Looking for cheap flights ? You Can Now Get A Dollar Flight Club Lifetime Membership For Under $50
As the world opens its doors, maybe it’s finally time to start taking the vacation you’ve been dreaming of – or visiting friends and family that COVID has kept out of reach. The problem: Flights can be extremely expensive (says the bargain hunter who just spent $1,400 on round-trip flights to a wedding in San Diego. Ouch.).
But maybe they don’t need to be so expensive: Flight-deal app Dollar Flight Club now offers a lifetime subscription to its Premium+ app for just $99 (that’s usually $168 per year) or $49 for a lifetime of its Premium subscription through StackSocial. With the app, families can save hundreds of dollars on the trips they take, with a Premium subscription including access to all the best Economy Class flight deals (Premium+ users can view deals in other classes, including First Class, Premium Economy) and incorrect prices; national and international offers from your home airports; up to 50% discounts and benefits with Dollar Flight Club travel partners; travel tips and instant alerts so you can hit when the iron is hot.
What critics say about Dollar Flight Club: A critic at The dot guy says Dollar Flight Club is “a solid service that sends lots of international flight deals that are curated just for the departure airports you want.” One of its biggest assets is its efficiency, according to a travel itinerary planning app reviewer Wanderlog: “Dollar Flight Club simply takes the hassle out of searching for those daily flight deals yourself and does it for you instead.
Nearly 30 reviews on the StackSocial site that purchased the offer gives it an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. “Membership will pay off if you take even one trip. They have nice newsletters and have been consistent. A+,” writes one reviewer. Another reviewer was delighted to confirm that their membership is, indeed, a lifetime membership: “I had been watching Dollar Flight Club for a while, but the lifetime membership is really what convinced me to sign up. The process was pretty easy, and after I purchased I checked to make sure I wouldn’t be charged next year, and sure enough in my Dollar Flight Club account settings it says my Premium+ subscription will be renewed for $0 next year!”
How the deal works: By purchasing the promotion on the StackSocial site, you will receive a code to redeem with the Dollar Flight Club app or site (available on iOs, Android and web). Code must be redeemed within 30 days of purchase. The license will be available on an unlimited number of devices.
Other things to consider: Wanderlog note that even with the paid premium subscription plan, you cannot search for exact flights. “You can add destinations you want to get deals from, but you can’t specify dates or guarantee you’ll get flight deals to those destinations…Dollar Flight Club is really for frequent flyers who will take advantage of deals when they will see them. It is not very useful for people who plan to visit a certain place for a predetermined period of time.
Reviewers on Trustpilot give the app an average rating of 3.9 stars out of 5, with most reviewers lamenting the app’s auto-renewal feature – something that shouldn’t be a problem with this particular offering.
About this column: Since you’re here, allow me to introduce myself: I’m Maddy Perkins, Associate Business Editor for MarketWatch Picks. I’m a big online shopper who likes to save money, especially when it comes to kitchen gadgets, electronics, fashion and beauty products. I’ll be here a few times a week to share with you the best deals I can find online. Do you have something you would like me to research? Email me at [email protected] Cheers!