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Anyone familiar with my project/blog Urban Cheap Ass knows that I’m a cheap mofo who likes to travel using websites like Scott’s Cheap Flights to locate awesome airfare prices abroad, and am currently hacking United Basic Economy so I don’t have to pay extra for a carry-on bag (I thought this was ‘Merica, what’s RyanAir
I can’t remember how I first came upon Scott’s Cheap Flights, only that it didn’t take long for me to join the cult. But before subscribing to his paid list of handpicked flight deals, I decided to first get to know Scott a bit better. Specifically, I picked up both of his Kindle books, each
United isn’t the first airline to introduce a low price fare option with additional services available as add ons. In Europe, Ryanair is notorious for their bare bones approach to the airplane travel experience. Though people complain about the inconvenience of having to pay to get your boarding pass printed at the airport (if you