Travel Super Savers Reveal How They Flew on a Private Jet for Free

The newlyweds got an invoice for $1,400 with a zero balance.

Ott said they got an invoice for about $1,400 with a zero balance.

Burns and Ott, who are behind the blog, funded the trip through the travel app JetSmarter, paying only with promo points.

They shared many tips on “GMA” for how others can save like them. They use the apps Smart Wallet, Kayak and LoungeBuddy to find deals.

And Ott said don't forget to rack up those flyer miles.

"You can earn miles for tweeting, liking something on Facebook, renting a car..." Ott said. "Some airlines...they want Twitter followers or they want a little bit of social presence, they'll give you 500 to 1,000's crazy but it's true."

Burns and Ott intend to take an overseas trip this summer and plan to use only miles. The couple suggested other sites and apps to help people save time and money when they travel.


Ott recommended the apps Hipmunk, AwardWallet, SeatGuru, FairFly and JetSmarter. He said Hipmunk was useful for searching, while AwardWallet organizes loyalty points, and Seat Guru finds the best seat in every cabin, without necessarily having to upgrade or pay extra. allows people to search for seats using miles. The site will alert searcher when space opens up. combines multiple travel itineraries in one place, presenting it in a single dashboard. is useful for scoring last-minute hotel (same day or next day) hotel deals.

Ott also recommended the following websites:

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