So I’m sure you’ve heard already that there is a flight deal to New Zealand for $200 bucks. It’s true.
I feel like it’s the best day of my life. Listen closely: I booked a flight deal to New Zealand from the United States of America for $220 bucks included taxes, round-trip. The price may fluctuate between $200-$300 depending on which site you used for the booking. Yes, it’s possible and you can still book the same exact deal too. But I know you’re a bit hesitant – wondering if you should. So I provided a brief checklist if you should BOOK OR NOT.
3 Reasons You Should or Should NOT Book a Flight Deal
1. You Can Afford It
I know this seems simple, and it is. Don’t go into debt over a flight deal. There will be more flight deals. This is the flight deal of the century, so it’s pretty epic. Regardless of that fact, you should only go if you can put a tangible budget aside to pay for your lodging, food, and activities. You can thank me later.
2. You’re Available
Show up to your friend’s wedding if you already said you would go. Don’t cancel for a flight deal. Matter of fact, don’t put your job in jeopardy for a flight deal. Perhaps you work for yourself or perhaps you don’t work at all – so this may not apply to you. Most Americans only have two weeks of leave from their job. Mind you, it takes two days to fly to New Zealand – you lose one day for travel and another day for the time zone change. The deal requires at least 7 days of travel – so follow the proper procedures in your company to get your personal time off approved. Please don’t lose a job or a friendship over this.
3. You Have a Sense of Adventure
Most people who book deals like this – do NOT have their lodging and activities planned yet. They know that the flight tends to be the most expensive item of the trip. Everything else is easier to arrange – especially with Google and TripAdvisor. Book a deal if you’re open to being spontaneous. Hold off if you need everything planned out before – a flight deal won’t be the trip for you.
Hope that helps. Did you book the deal?