There are numerous different travel and airline websites that claim to get you the best prices. As a result, this makes it nearly impossible for the average shopper to compare prices and get the best deal. And good luck trying to find a promo code — travel sites rarely publicize available discounts.
Most people have a list of places they would want to visit. I on the other hand don’t have one because I would love to travel the world. Luckily, there’s now an easy way to find travel and airfare discounts and ensure you pay the lowest price every time you hit the road: Honey. This nifty browser add-on automatically finds and tests coupon codes for thousands of popular sites, including Google Flights, Expedia, Orbitz, Marriott and Travelocity.
Here’s how it works:
Start shopping for your trip as usual. Once you find a hotel or flight that works for you, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. That’s when Honey pops up. Press the orange button and Honey will automatically test every available coupon code until it finds the best deal for you.
Same hotel, same amenities, same dates, just cheaper.
Honey doesn’t only work for booking hotels and flights—It can also save you money on fun things to do! You can find additional savings on already discounted offers on sites like Groupon. At checkout, Honey pops up displaying the total additional savings – Now that’s pretty kool!
Maybe that view gives me an edge. When booking my vacations I start with google flights. Google flights is a very interesting and simple site.
One of the best things about using Honey is how seamlessly it fits into my trip planning process. You can focus on the fun parts of planning, and feel confident not to miss out on a promo code or secret sale. You can shop from the well-known more trust worthy travel platform, instead of taking a chance with an unknown travel agency website.