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February 14, 2017, 09:02:05 PM
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Is there anyone here who's a habitual buyer of flights with Bitcoin?

I fancy getting around Europe a bit so need somewhere that isn't US centric like Cheapair as they don't have the most common carriers.

The most regular one that pops up in searches is abitsky from Lithuania and its multiples aliases like flysiesta but I can barely find any feedback about them.

Are there any experiences out there?

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February 16, 2017, 08:17:58 AM
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Expedia also accepts bitcoin and should have flights to anywhere in the world.

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February 16, 2017, 12:58:25 PM
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Expedia also accepts bitcoin and should have flights to anywhere in the world.

FYI, we're partnered with Expedia (and with Cheapair) to offer cashback savings next time you book with them through our site:

https://www.coinrebates.com/store/expedia
https://www.coinrebates.com/store/cheapaircom

Well that's cool for the principle but...
Seriously? 1$ per flights? xD
That's not really what I would call cashback xDDDD

The others promotions are cool though, I'll bookmark you in case I need to book an Hotel or something like that Smiley


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February 16, 2017, 01:20:30 PM
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Expedia also accepts bitcoin and should have flights to anywhere in the world.

FYI, we're partnered with Expedia (and with Cheapair) to offer cashback savings next time you book with them through our site:

https://www.coinrebates.com/store/expedia
https://www.coinrebates.com/store/cheapaircom

Well that's cool for the principle but...
Seriously? 1$ per flights? xD
That's not really what I would call cashback xDDDD

The others promotions are cool though, I'll bookmark you in case I need to book an Hotel or something like that Smiley

$1 back on flights, might not seem like much, but most booking agents make only $5 on the booking, so it's 20% of their profit.
This amount was set by airlines some years back.
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February 16, 2017, 01:45:28 PM
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Expedia also accepts bitcoin and should have flights to anywhere in the world.

FYI, we're partnered with Expedia (and with Cheapair) to offer cashback savings next time you book with them through our site:

https://www.coinrebates.com/store/expedia
https://www.coinrebates.com/store/cheapaircom

Well that's cool for the principle but...
Seriously? 1$ per flights? xD
That's not really what I would call cashback xDDDD

The others promotions are cool though, I'll bookmark you in case I need to book an Hotel or something like that Smiley

$1 back on flights, might not seem like much, but most booking agents make only $5 on the booking, so it's 20% of their profit.

This amount was set by airlines some years back.

Where the hell did you get this information?
I reaaaaaaally doubt they survive with such a small profit...
I've worked for insurance comparating websites and they make 4 times more money on products much cheaper than a flight.


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