5 Subscription Services That Make Traveling Easier
Traveling should be fun, but too often it turns into a chore. Trying to find the best deal, negotiating crowded airports, and putting up with flight delays and busy roads can all take the joy out of what should be a pleasant experience. Thankfully, there are ways to make travel a little less difficult. If you’re on the road a lot, here are five subscription services, from the budget-savvy to the truly indulgent, that make traveling easier.
Traveling can wreak havoc on your workout regime. ClassPass helps you stay on track by letting you take unlimited classes at participating fitness studios costing between $79 and $119 per month, depending on your home city. All you have to do is change your location in the app and then search for classes nearby, either to keep up with your current routine or try something new. (No one will know you made a fool of yourself in yoga class when you’re thousands of miles from home.) The service is available in nearly 30 U.S. cities, as well as international destinations like London, Toronto, and Sydney.
Do you spend more time in airports than you do in your own apartment? Then OneGo, a new app offering unlimited flights on major U.S. airlines, might just change your life. For $2,950 month, plus a $495 set-up fee, you can fly on more than 700 routes from 76 U.S. airports, any time you want. (Regional plans start at $1,500 per month.) Once you sign up, just use the mobile app to find and book flights, and you’re good to go.
Admittedly, the service isn’t cheap, but OneGo hopes it will appeal to frequent flyers who are sick of constantly searching for the best-priced flight. And with no long-term commitment required, you can pay just for the months you need. So go ahead and take a month off of work to jet around the country. You can afford it.