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How to save up to $2,000 on flights with Dollar Flight Club

With Dollar Flight Club, you can score huge savings on international and domestic flights in all fare classes, but only if you get this subscription before Oct. 12.
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Now that summer's over, the best destinations are much less crowded. But with rising inflation and cost of living, it's more important than ever to find the lowest airfare available. Fortunately, Dollar Flight Club can save you as much as $2,000 on Economy, Premium Economy, and Business class flights, and lifetime Premium Plus+ memberships are on sale for $69.99 during our Deal Days event. 

No coupon is necessary for this exclusive deal, but you'll have to purchase it before October 12 at 11:59 PM. Deal Days is our answer to Prime Day, where you can find dozens of amazing bargains, and you can check out even more discounts in our collection here.

Ordinarily, you'd have to search all day to find great bargains on plane tickets, but Dollar Flight Club will do it for you! Simply choose your home airport, and deals will start appearing in your inbox. This includes international and domestic flights as well as Mistake Fares. And since the alerts are sent straight to your email inbox, you can hop on the deal immediately via your phone or another mobile device.

Like a million other subscribers, you'll soon be looking at flights like a Business class roundtrip to Casablanca for $1,710, a Premium Economy roundtrip to Panama for $430, or even a $129 Economy roundtrip to Hawaii. And with a Premium Plus+ membership, you'll get additional perks like expert travel tips and discounts of up to 50% from Dollar Flight Club partners like Babbel, Acanela Expeditions, and more.

It's no wonder Dollar Flight Club earned 4.4 out of 5 on Trustpilot, and Forbes notes, "A great paid service is Dollar Flight Club, which boasts an impressive average of $500 saved per ticket."

Start saving on airfare with our exclusive lifetime discount on Dollar Flight Club Premium Plus+, $69.99 or 29% off. If you don't plan on flying in Business class, you can get a Premium lifetime subscription for just $39.99. And don't forget to visit our Deal Days collection through October 12 for more discounts on apps, services, home essentials, and more!

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