I’m sure you’ve heard the gloomy news about what the U.S. Government’s budget “sequester” might do to air travel.
But I’m not worried one bit.
While others hate flying (for legitimate reasons the Sequester may only worsen), I love it.
See, when I fly, I’m usually able to buy deeply discounted business- or first-class seats or, even better, to score free upgrades out of the cattle car, er, coach.
I know Matt Bennett.
Matt is the publisher of First Class Flyer, a newsletter that exposes and exploits loopholes in airfares and frequent flyer programs to get readers into the first class cabin — at massive discounts.
You may know Matt, too, but probably as, “Mr. Upgrade” from his many TV and newspaper interviews.
I first met him several years ago and have been subscribing to his monthly newsletter ever since (it’s now in its 18th year).
Matt began his professional career as a pitcher in the Kansas City Royals farm system.
After realizing the big leagues weren’t in his future, he got into coaching. Not baseball, but travel, which he did a ton of — and became an expert on — while playing.
Specifically, Matt now helps people like you and me win the air travel game by finding airfare anomalies and loopholes in frequent flyer, hotel, and credit card programs to get us deeply discounted or free upgrades to first and business class.
For example, his latest find is the secret to saving up to 76% off first class airfares by using a technique available on five major airlines.
You heard me right: 76% off first-class seats.
Even more interesting to me this month are Matt’s tips on winning the frequent flyer game.
He methodically reveals how you can gain access to award seats that seem to always be blacked out.
Sound interesting? For legal reasons, I can’t share these secrets here, but I can tell you exactly where to find them:
They’re in the February 2013 issue of First Class Flyer, which you can download and read for free over at Matt’s website as part of his free trial offer.
And get this — when you download your complimentary copy of Matt’s February 2013 issue, he’ll also give you 11 special reports with his best tips on flying first- and business-class for less.
Among the titles and topics covered are:
- How to Score Free Upgrades to First Class
- How to Save Up to 50% Flying First Class to Hawaii
- How to Get Treated as an Elite Passenger (Even if You Don’t Fly Very Much)
- Three Strategies for Upgrading from Business to First Class
- Which Credit Cards Net You Free Tickets and Upgrades
- When and Where to Buy Frequent Flyer Miles
- How to Get Free Stopovers and Side Trips
- My Favorite Upgrade Ploy…and a Few Other Tricks
Again, you’ll get these reports free just by trying First Class Flyer, and I know they contain secrets that could likely get you into a first class seat on your very next flight.
The only thing I don’t know is how long Matt is going to keep this free trial offer going (and the 11 reports that go with it).
So, if you want to know today’s secret and other, money-saving tips on getting out of the cattle car, I encourage you to try First Class Flyer for free now.
p.s. Matt is a stand-up guy. His trial is truly free — there is no purchase obligation and he doesn’t pressure you to subscribe. When you offer advice this good, you don’t have to.