This isn’t the biggest savings event of the year, but you could quickly save an additional €20 on your next flight simply by booking through the Trip.com app. It’s a nice little offer for very little work but the process is a little convoluted, so let me explain how you can get between €10 and €20 discount at checkout.
Trip.com is targeting this offer through the French and Spanish language versions of its website, although the deal is available for anyone so long as you follow the instructions below:
- Download the Trip.com app on the Apple app store or Google Play store
- You’ll then need to sign up as a member, either within the app or online
- Once you’ve registered as a member and are signed in on the app, follow this link to the French language page of Trip.com
- Scan the QR code with your phone to open up the app with the discount applied.
Members will receive a €10 discount on flights of 300 Euros or less, while a €20 discount will be applied on flights costing more than 300 Euros. The discount applies to all types of flight bookings, including return flights, one-way fares and multi-destination itineraries.
Who are Trip.com?
Trip.com is based in Singapore but has been a NASDAQ-listed company since 2003 and has grown to become one of the largest online travel agencies in the world.
In fact, the company now boasts more than 400 million members around the world and is also the parent company of flight search company Skyscanner.
As well as selling flights, hotel rooms and car rentals, Trip.com also sells train tickets and tickets to popular attractions around the world.
Mateusz Maszczynski honed his skills as an international flight attendant at the most prominent airline in the Middle East and has been flying throughout the COVID-19 pandemic for a well-known European airline. Matt is passionate about the aviation industry and has become an expert in passenger experience and human-centric stories. Always keeping an ear close to the ground, Matt's industry insights, analysis and news coverage is frequently relied upon by some of the biggest names in journalism.