Hard to say no to cheap flights... especially if you can slash a bit more off the top with a little research and a phone call. By taking advantage of Jetstar's Price Beat Guarantee, it's possible to not only shave 10 per cent off your trip, but the booking and credit card fees as well.
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Dear Lifehacker, A question during Consumer Power Week: is there anything I can do when I've got a product or voucher from a company that has since gone broke? I have been hit by companies telling me "Sorry, but we can't honour that" twice in a row.
Dear Lifehacker, A thought occurs to me during your Consumer Power Week. A significant cinema chain in Perth still tries to stop you bringing in outside food/drinks and checks your bag for smuggled soft drinks. I've tried to find any information I could about the legality of this and all I could find is anecdotes and whinging. Can they do this? Thanks, Popcorn Pirate
Tiny stores and global corporations alike delight in making claims such as "There's no warranty on that product", but in Australia those statements are flat-out wrong. Our Consumer Power Week series continues with a look at your actual rights when it comes to warranties and refunds.
This week is Consumer Power Weekon Lifehacker. Every day we'll be highlighting tips and strategies to save you money and avoid rip-offs. We're kicking off with a top 10 list of travel expenses that are easy to avoid.