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Scott's Cheap Flights Review

Scott’s Cheap Flights Review: Is it worth it?

When I moved to the US I was talking to my blogger friend from Go See Write about how I used Jack’s Flight Club for cheap flights, but that it’s only for flights out of the UK and Ireland. He immediately informed me about the US equivalent, Scott’s Cheap Flights, which has the same concept.

Scott’s Cheap Flights is an email list that you can subscribe to in order to get alerts on the best flight deals. Imagine it like a warning system for things like error fares or crazy cheap deals.

What is Scott’s Cheap Flights all about?

You could spend all day looking for cheap deals yourself, but why would you when Scott’s team is doing it for you? They search for cheap international flight deals all day, every day and when they find a good one, they’ll send it via email and/or push notification.

Scott’s Cheap Flights makes money from annual memberships and NOT from affiliate links, so you know that the deals you’re being sent are genuinely the best possible deals.

The cool thing about Scott’s Cheap Flights is that you can choose your departure region once you’ve signed up, so that flight deals will be tailored to you. The team currently sends deals that originate from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, United Kingdom, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Brazil.

Scott’s Cheap Flights Deals

The deals aren’t last minute deals – most alerts are sent out for travel 2-8 months in the future. Usually you’ll be sent Economy fares, although once in a blue moon you’ll be sent a cheap business or first class fare if they find one. Currently Scott’s Cheap Flights focuses on international flights as that’s where subscribers get the most savings, although USA residents, will occasionally get great fares to places like Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, etc.

Here’s an example: Madrid — $300s (RT, no bag fees) Sep – Dec

Scott's Cheap Flights

In the email Scott shows you exactly what the savings are, how to book and where to book the deal (usually with Momondo or Google Flights). Simply click the link and you’ll be taken to a sample itinerary.

Premium vs Free version

The free version is free, and you can’t go wrong with free. But with the premium version of Scott’s Cheap Flights you get 3 times as many deals as the free subscribers. You also get every mistake fare and you’ll be notified of deals at least 30 minutes before free subscribers. As a premium customer you can also set your home airports and only get deal alerts departing from your favorite airports.

It costs just $39, so that’s the price of one dinner or a few cups of coffee.

It’s definitely worth it considering the savings you’ll potentially make.

Scott’s Cheap Flights offers a 30-day money back guarantee and you can cancel your subscription at any time, so the best thing to do is just give it a try and see if you like it.

Is Scott’s Cheap Flights worth it?

Personally I would prefer it if Scott’s Cheap Flights covered domestic fares more, as now that I’m based in the US, I’m doing a lot of domestic travel. Unlike Europe where everything’s relatively close, distances in the US are pretty far. Having said that, the service is definitely worth it if you’re looking to get some cheap international fares from the US and other regions.

Just like Jack’s Flight Club, Scott’s Cheap Flights is best used when you’re open to suggestions on where to go. It’s not a travel concierge service, so if you need flights on specific dates to a specific destination, you’re better off heading to Skyscanner or Kayak and entering in the dates.

If, however, you’re ready to be spontaneous and jump on an awesome deal, then this will definitely work for you.

Victoria Brewood
vbrewood@gmail.com

Although very much British, Victoria always felt like she was meant to be living the 'American Dream'. She loves the US and has travelled to over 14 states.

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