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CheapOair means more options for cheap travel deals.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

CheapOair. The name gives me the impression that it is a place to find cheap air tickets.

A friend's dad told me about them recently and, quite coincidentally, while checking my messages over the weekend, I found a pending offer from them to become an affiliate. Get good deals and maybe make some pocket money by spreading the word? Sounds like a fair enough proposition. I decided to check it out. Link:


I searched for air tickets to Osaka for the month of August and was offered a round trip ticket from US$499.00. Not bad.



What about Melbourne? Lowest fare was US$478.00 by AIR ASIA X.

Remember what I said about ZUJI (ZUJI Flights Home Page) before, we want to buy only when we get good value for money. There is no guarantee that CheapOair will get us the lowest prices for air tickets but having one more option for comparison guarantees a higher chance of getting a good deal.

If you get a good deal using the text link above, AK gets a small commission:


Win-win. Kamsiah you. Yeah!

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4 comments:

OSK said...

Hi AK, you can try Google flight to search for lowest airfare without having to pay any commission. Cheers

AK71 said...

Hi OSK,

Aiyoh, the commission is to be paid to me wor. Google flight? There goes my extra pocket money liao. LOL. -.-"

Happy_heart said...

Just tried.It does not search Scoot,which has one of the cheapest fares for taiwan.

AK71 said...

Hi Happy_heart,

I haven't tried Scoot. One day, I should give them a try. With budget airlines, it has always been Jetstar and Valuair for me so far. Oh, I tried AirAsia once. It was filthy. -.-"

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