Part 3: How to Save Bajillions of Dollars Using Google Flights

Part 3:  How to Save Bajillions of Dollars Using Google Flights

Travelers! It’s time for Part 3 (the final chapter!) of how to save all the cash using Google Flights.

If you haven’t read Part 1, click here. It’s all about being flexible with your destination in order to save. Part 2 is the step-by-step to get cheaper flights with flexible dates.

And now, onward! We’re going to deep dive into the extra tips that will really get you saving, so that more of your travel budget can go to snazzy hotels & amazing activities in your destination of choice.

Ready to Try Something New & Different?

Ready to Try Something New & Different?

Ready to try something new & different? Love traveling but hate the idea of sitting down to plan your trip?

If it’s been awhile (go ahead- how long has it been? A year? Two? A lifetime?) since your last trip, let’s go ahead and take a deep breath. It’s okay, friend. It’s not your fault.

Planning travel is hard. It’s complicated. It’s messy.

We get it. But our goal at Whisked Away was to make booking your next trip as easy, fun & as supah-dupah quick as possible so that more lovely folks like you could get out there & see the world already.

Oh, and we wanted it to be all about you. Cool? Cool.

So here’s how it works, straight from a two-time surprise traveler. Take it away, Ashleigh!

Part 2: How to Save a Gazillion Dollars with Google Flights

Part 2:  How to Save a Gazillion Dollars with Google Flights

Hello all you smart, money-saving savvy travelers! Last week we delved into the beautiful blue waters of saving the big bucks using Google Flights.

We talked about how being a bit more flexible with your destination meant way cheaper flights. Missed that post? Click here to read it first.

This week we’re getting right back to it- Let’s look at how flexibility with your travel dates can save you ALL the dollars!

How to Spend a Weekend in NYC (with kids!)

How to Spend a Weekend in NYC (with kids!)

This itinerary pretty much depends on a Manhattan stay, as all of the activities listed here happen in and around Lower Manhattan. But don’t think you have to spend their college savings to get a hotel! We stayed in this Airbnb, and what it lacked in charm it certainly made up for in having a second bedroom!

Am I wrong to think that is a unicorn-level situation in Manhattan?

It was also within walking distance to everything mentioned below, apart from our short subway jaunt to Times Square. Win!