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Save up to $2,000 on airfare with an $89 Dollar Flight Club subscription

No matter which class you fly, you can save big on domestic and international flights with this lifetime subscription.
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Travel is increasing around the world, so it's the perfect time to hear about all the amazing airfare deals you can score. With a Dollar Flight Club Premium Plus+ membership, you can save up to $2,000 on flights at home and abroad in Business, Premium Economy, and Economy classes. 

No one has time to hunt for bargains 24/7. Luckily, Dollar Flight club can do it for you. With a lifetime subscription, you shouldn't have to worry about scoring affordable tickets to your dream vacations. Instead, you simply choose your home airports, keep an eye on the inbox to see the deals roll in, then choose the ones you like best. You can find domestic, international, and even Mistake Fares. 

The Premium Plus subscription comes with other advantages as well. For example, you'll receive perks and discounts of up to 50% off from Dollar Flight Club's partners, including Acanela Expeditions, Babbel, and more. You'll also have access to a wide variety of expert travel tips to make your excursions more enjoyable. Plus, instant email alerts allow you to book your flights from any of your devices. 

You may encounter fares like an Economy round trip to Madrid for just $330, a Premium Economy round trip to Panama at $439, or a round trip to Casablanca in Business Class for $1,710. Then, you can simply pack your travel camera drone, don your noise-canceling earbuds, and go. 

If anyone knows the value of travel savings, it's The Points Guy, who shares, "We use Dollar Flight Club's deal alerts as a resource at The Points Guy, and we've found them to be a solid service that sends out plenty of international flight deals that are curated to just the departure airports you want."

New users can start crossing bucket list destinations off with a Dollar Flight Club Premium Plus+ Lifetime Subscription. This unlimited membership usually costs $1,690, but during our Spring Savings sale, you can sign up for just $89 using coupon code SPRING10. Only interested in Economy flights? You can also use the coupon to get $10 off a Premium subscription, dropping the price to just $39.

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