DoNotPay Travel

Get paid when the price drops on flights & hotels. 100% Free

3.6/5
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Automatic flight and hotel price protection.

Would you recommend this product?
Interaction designer at Intuit

There's no easy way to browse what the product is exactly, what permissions it needs or even where in the world it works from the landing page. On clicking begin, being immediately asked to login in to my Gmail also did not help with the trust issue at all.

How are these people making money again? And then the next screen, asking for a phone number. No transparency as to how many steps this setup process has. Heck, I didnt even know I was going through one. I stopped there in distrust and went back to read the comments here, to find out the geo requirements. Product discovery you guys. Enable it.

Pros:

On paper it's a great idea

Cons:

Everything else

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Founder at Questionsly; UCLA MBA

Do not pay - quite a nice name to begin with!

Pros:

Simple and easy to use. I'll the interface

Cons:

Asks me for my email right away instead of letting me explore some of its features to begin with.

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Electrical Engineer

I went ahead and tried it. I didn't get any savings and my credit card was used two times for online purchases of $600 and $1150 at Columbia Sportswear and Value City Furniture. This happened within 24 hours of me inputting my credit card info into their system. I talked to their customer service and they insist it wasn't them and they are not at fault. It just seems too coincidental that this happened today. I would AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS!

Pros:

None

Cons:

Credit Card Fraud

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