Transcript for Summer Travel Secrets to Save Big
"Heat index" to important information planning a summer getaway. Traveling without spending much money at all, one man sharing how he flies all over the world practically for free. ABC's Rebecca Jarvis has the story. ? Reporter: How would you like to take a vacation to Hawaii for just $5 or what about flying first class to Paris on a free flight? Sound too good to be true. Bryce Conway calls himself a travel Hagger. He says he hasn't paid for a flight in three years. So what exactly is travel hacking. It's a method of earning a lot of freak flier miles through credit card sign-ups and special pro-motions. Reporter: For many earning free travel requires wracking up frequent flier miles the old-fashioned way, flying. Nice to meet you, Bryce much how much would this ride normally cost? To rent a car to take three people to the airport, 60 bucks. 70 bucks maybe. Reporter: $70 private car totally free. Bryce tells us he scores $20 credit every time a friend or family member signs up for the service using his referral code online. Here we go. Destination, ft. Lauderdale, Florida. In this first class cabin we found passengers paying 500, 600, even $1,000 for tickets. My ticket was $550. My ticket was literally free. Reporter: Using his Barclay's world arrival card he was able to redeem 40,000 miles for a round trip ticket in first class on delta. A savings of $570. Last year alone I earned over a million frequent flier miles sitting on my couch. We made it. Quick trip. Reporter: We're looking for a table for two. Actually, make it three. Even at lunch Bryce finds ways to score even more miles. Are you really thinking about what's on the menu or thinking about the points? I'm always thinking about the points. I already looked it up. This cafe we're in right now, member of the united mileage plus dining program. The oasis cafe in ft. Lauderdale? You'd be surprised how many are in it. Reporter: What is the final total? My travel cost $650 for airfare and 90 for the rental car, a total of $740. Across the board Bryce was able to get his trip for a steal, the private car was free through credit. His airfare cost nothing by using 40,000 miles. Bryce just paid taxes and fees totaling $35. A savings of $710. For "Good morning America," Rebecca Jarvis, ABC news, ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
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