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Save Money, Travel More

Travel has always been an expensive endeavor, but it’s now cheaper than ever thanks to many apps that update us on prices for plane tickets, hotel rooms, and other travel needs. These apps allow users to easily find the newest and the best deals on travelling, and deals on high-quality hotel room and hostels throughout the globe, making booking a hotel room smarter, simpler, and more efficient than ever before.


A personal favorite of ours as well as an incredible resource to save both time and money, Hostelworld is an absolute must-have for the tight-budgeted traveler. With thousands of hostels around the world to choose from, travelers can find cheap rooms from Beijing to Barcelona. The site operates in 19 different languages, making globe-trotting and reserving rooms easier.

Hostelworld offers over 33,000 properties in 170 countries at a fraction of the cost. Prices are set as low as $10–$20. Additionally, Hostelworld’s guarantee policy ensures a hassle-free reservation, offering a full refund and an additional $50 towards your next booking if you experience reservation troubles.

As an added bonus, Hostelworld does not charge booking fees, and it is incredibly accommodating for parties of nine-plus guests when reserving rooms via Hostelworld’s group booking site. Whether traveling solo or in a larger group, booking with Hostelworld places the world at your fingertips while keeping money in your pocket.


Lauded by New York TimesTIMEThe Wall Street Journal, and other notable publications as one of the best apps for travel, Hopper notifies users the best time to buy and cheapest ways to fly.

Hopper has earned various accolades, including Google Play’s Best Apps of 2016 for its outstanding service. The app alerts users by flashing “BUY” in their notifications. Hopper saves its customers hundreds of dollars on flights throughout the world, ensuring that users purchase airline tickets at the cheapest price possible.


For the spontaneous traveler, HotelTonight is the perfect app for finding last-minute deals on great rooms. Whether it’s within 2 hours or 2 days, HotelTonight allows users to find hotels under the tightest of time constraints at reasonable prices. HotelTonight loads unsold rooms from a collection of noteworthy hotels in hundreds of cities across the globe, including Honolulu, Bordeaux, and Sydney. Praised for its flexibility, including being featured as one of the best travel apps in publications like USA Today and Travel Channel, HotelTonight makes for an awesome travel tool for those spur-of-the-moment adventures.

Compare Bookings

User-friendly and top-rated iTunes travel app, Compare Bookings offers users some of the lowest rates on flights, hotels, cruises, and car rentals. With translation technology for 30 different languages, the app offers a stress–free method to discovering cheap travel tickets and rooms. The app’s price comparison feature provides users intel on discounted rates featured on all the best travel sites, including Expedia and getaroom. With deals in hundreds of countries, users can save up to 75 percent on travel expenses.

Everyone loves travelling, but we’re often held back by overpriced plane tickets or fees for last-minute hotel booking. With these apps, however, whether it’s airlines, hostels, hotels, or cruise lines, the world really is your oyster.

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