Airfare Secrets (sometimes called My Airfare Secrets) is an e-book with insider secrets for saving money on airline tickets. The e-book’s author was formerly an airline agent that was fired from his job. For revenge on his company and the airline industry, he decided to release all of the insider tips and secrets to saving money on airfare.
Whenever I come across any kind of website like this I always have my guard up. The claims that the author was making seemed to be too good to be true. After reading through his sales page however, I became slightly interested and felt I owed it to my readers to purchase a review copy. He had a full money back guarantee so I decided to take the plunge.
After I purchased the e-book, I was given a user name and password to login to their website. From there, I was permitted to download the e-book onto my own computer. The book was ready to read without additional software so I got started. It was divided into 4 different sections – Basic Tricks, Better Tricks, Advanced Tricks, and Top Secret Tricks.
The Basic Tricks section covered some of the standard techniques that I was already familiar with. I found that I knew and practiced about 40 – 50% of the techniques that were mentioned in this section already. The information was well written and worth the review, but not much new here.
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Although the information in this section would not apply to everyone, I found that I did not know many of the strategies that were introduced – and two of them applied directly to me.
This section covered the “insider” secrets that most people do not know. I knew maybe about 5% of the information here, and there were some real gems that I was anxious to try out.
Solid gold – I did not know any of this information.
Dirty Airfare Secrets is a super quick book to read. It is divided in a way that it takes you straight to the meat, and it is presented in a way that makes you want to read on. After the table of contents, there is a one page introduction describing how the book is organized. The author does not spend the first 10 pages telling you about his background. He simply starts with the tricks – right from the beginning.
The authors tips were sound. I tested some of the techniques outlined in the book online, and I found one way that could easily save me a couple hundred dollars per year on my travel.
I knew some of the information already, especially the ideas in the “Basic Tricks” section. I knew, for example, not to book flights right before or after a major holiday – duh. I guess that these types of tips are included because not everybody knows them. Some of the techniques in the book would only apply to certain individuals (certain occupations or age brackets, for example). And some of the techniques were a lottery of sort (you might get a discounted ticket using the trick, but the odds of it happening were unlikely).
Three tricks – one in particular – made the e-Book a worthwhile purchase for me. Because of those tricks, I felt that spending $24.95 was a value. In fact, I could have paid double or triple that amount and still felt real good about my purchase.
The bonus guides were pretty informative too. Some of the techniques in the bonus guides were the same as the Save on Airfare Secrets guide and just applied to another industry (Hotels, Cruises, etc.).
In conclusion, I would have to say that I recommend purchasing My Airfare Secrets. If you don’t like the e-book, then you can always take advantage of the 100% money back guarantee and get a refund.
You can get more information about the e-Book from the My Airfare Secrets Website.