Jack's Flight ClubThe 30-year-old founder of cheap flight newsletter Jack's Flight Club alerts subscribers to the lowest flight prices on the internet. A self-confessed "geek" and "numbers guy," he tracks and monitors prices multiple times a day to look for fluctuations. His advice for spending less money in the long run is to opt for the cheapest flight instead of remain loyal to one airline.
30-year-old Texas-born Jack Sheldon, the founder of subscription newsletter Jack's Flight Club, knows a thing or two about finding cheap flight deals.
A self-professed "geek" and "numbers guy" based in London, he sends email alerts on the cheapest deals on the web to his 500,000 UK and Ireland subscribers.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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