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Discover The Biggest Travel Secret In The World Today - And Book A Free Flight!

It sounds like a dream doesn't it? Hopping onto a plane and taking a flight to the
destination of your choice. Imagine collecting your flight tickets to New York, London,
Goa - or wherever takes your fancy - and not having to pay a cent for them.

For a few people, this dream is actually a reality. How? Simply put they have
discovered a little travel secret - namely that a lot of companies will actually pay the
travel expenses for you to oversee their package or document from one country to
another. Now this may bring to mind images of having to smuggle a microfilm past
some dodgy russian customs ala James Bond, but the reality is nowhere near as
exciting or dangerous - which is great news for the budget traveller. The even better
news is that with a little know how, any adult can act as a courier and score free and
deeply discounted flight tickets to the destination of their choice.

It's completely legal and can save you thousands in saved airfare every year. Courier
companies are continually on the lookout for willing travellers to carry their items
overseas. There is nothing sinister about it and nothing is hidden from the authorities -
the traveller is paid with a deeply discounted (and sometimes free) air ticket.
According to a survey by the Air Courier Association the standard saving that
travellers get when they act as a courier is 85% on the normal flight price. There isn't
a travel agent in the world that will match such a discount.

So what are your responsibilities as a courier? Well it's as simple as turning up to the
airport on time and meeting the courier companys representative at the destination
airport. As soon as you walk through the customs area at your destination, your job is
over.

What are the drawbacks of this deeply discounted travel? Well for a start you're
probably only going to be allowed one carry on bag as your luggage - so learning how
to travel light & pack efficiently is essential. It's also important to have some degree of
flexibility in terms of when you're able to fly, though usually you can get many flights
comfortably in advance. You also need to be at least 18 and obviously have a valid
passport.

Assuming you're ok with these drawbacks, you can really fly to just about any
destination at incredibly low costs. You can learn more about how to be a courier at
http://www.global-ebooks.com/TravelFree.htm.

Ready to go? The whole world awaits you!


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Discover how to travel at great discounts & even for free at http://www.global-ebooks.com/TravelFree.htm.





 

 
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