FareDrop

Get notified of find amazing flight deals via email or text

#5 Product of the DayMay 13, 2019
Get notified of amazing deals and error fares to snag up to 80% off your next flight. FareDrop searches through millions of airfares a day - join to personalize your results and get notified of hidden deals so you can save on your next trip!
Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Easy to use interface

    Cons: 

    entering card info before free trial ends.

    Overall a nice product, I do understand why some people have issues putting in their card info before the free trial starts. However, I received many flight alerts prior to booking my trip. You also need to be realistic with your spending limits, the lower you set it when you sign up, the less likely you will receive alerts.

    Daniel Lane has used this product for one month.
  • Joel Freeborn
    Joel FreebornLead designer at Nodes agency, London
    Pros: 

    I don't know - I dropped off when asked for payment details for a free trial

    Cons: 

    Can't try the service without giving payment details

    Why should I give you payment details for a free trial? Do you not have confidence in your own product successfully converting me to a paying user?

    Joel Freeborn has used this product for one day.
Discussion
Does anyone have insight into how these types of sites work? Is there smarts behind it looking for deals or are they being pushed packages and sales from the usual suspects? Skyscanner, Expedia etc
I follow Kara and Nate on YouTube... saw that they just announced this and it looks like a cool product. At the moment, you can only search for flights from four countries: AU, CA, UK, and US (but to all around the world). Excited to see this launch for other markets soon too!
I don't even know if London is just Heathrow or other London airports as well (the former might be the case as Edinburgh has two options). And yet I need to give my card details to find out, knowing full well that I will forget to cancel. Thanks, but no, thanks. Not leaving my card details before I know it's worth it.
Dropped off when they asked credit card for trial
I signed up three weeks ago. Listed Philly and NYC as my home airports. Looking for fares below $1000. I have yet to receive even one single flight offer to Europe, Asia, Africa or Middle East. I will be cancelling as soon as free trial expires.
@magnus_lund this tool doesn't guarantee low fares, it searches for them. So if you haven't received anything, its because fares haven't​ dropped below 1000, especially if you're trying to travel during peak seasons. You are also trying to fly out of NYC and Philly, two of the most expensive airports in the country. This tool does the work of sifting through dozens of sites for you. Also, you may want to check your spam or junk folder, my initial alerts went there instead of my inbox. just fyi.