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However, Escape Plan is still full of excellent advice for anyone looking to travel or move abroad. Read on to learn more about the ebook.

6 ways Escape Plan will pay for itself

Escape Plan costs just $27 USD. At that price, your copy of it can pay for itself over and over again with the travel secrets you'll discover.

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  1. Cheap flights. I thought that my flight from Bogota to Rome for $285 was pretty great. Then I flew Texas to London for $197.

    There are a million and one ways to 'cheat the system' and get cheap airfare. Information on finding obscure re-routes, daisy-chaining flights, secret discount airlines, racking up thousands of points, and round-the-world tickets: it's all in here. This information by itself will save you thousands over the course of years.

  2. Learning a language cheaper and faster. I spent months in a group class trying to conjugate Spanish verbs, but what I did when I arrived in Buenos Aires taught me twice that - in just a few weeks.

    Every day people waste hundreds of dollars on language learning software, language classes and expensive tutors. The best ways to learn languages are often free, and that's not what companies selling language learning products want you to hear.

  3. Cell phones. When I started traveling I spent $60 in just a few minutes on a cellphone in Australia. Phone bills can run up enormous costs if you don't know what you're doing.

    But traveling in some foreign countries without a working cell phone can make for nightmare problems. Inside I'll help you find the most effective - and the cheapest - option to ensure you have coverage no matter where you are in the world.

  4. Bank accounts. Banks are notorious for adding dozens of little (or not so little) fees the minute you go overseas. Conversion rates, international withdrawals fees, other bank ATM fees, the list goes on and on.

    I'll let you know what to look out for when you're choosing a bank account or credit card, and tell you my personal choice for the best international bank account (that I use myself). Bank fees can suck out up to an extra 20% off every withdrawal you make, my bank recommendations can take that down to 0%.

  5. Visas. What the hell's a visa? And how do I get one? What happens if I show up at customs and get turned away from the border?!

    Ok, don't freak out. Getting visas isn't as complicated as you might have been told. I've been to 50 countries and never been denied entry. Follow the advice in Escape Plan and you'll make sure you aren't either.

  6. Insurance. Most travel insurance you'll purchase is way overpriced. We give our recommendations for the top international insurance companies.

    Also, there's one type of travel insurance that, no doubts about it, you must always avoid.

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Cheap airfare and frequent flyer miles
are just the beginning

Escape Plan's airfare tricks and tactics are worth the purchase price alone. Luckily for you there's much, much more...

Click here for the full table of contents of Escape Plan.

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Additional bonuses

Three free bonuses ($45 value)

I've also included some shorter articles that I've written that didn't quite make it into the book.

These are opinion pieces on some of the most interesting and exciting places I've traveled to.

  • 10 Most Underrated Destinations in the World
  • 10 Best Nightlife Cities in the World.
  • 15 Favorite Places in the World


"Truly enjoyed the book. It was amazingly helpful and inspirational."

Truly enjoyed the book. It was amazingly helpful and inspirational.I have some experience in expanded travel, but after reading your book I feel more ready than ever. I'll spend the next few weeks working on my submittion for the contest.

- Graham

"Must read if you plan on going abroad any time soon"

I must say... At first reading the Travel Guide upset me. Because with the advice about saving money on plane tickets (and accomodation as well) I could have easily saved hundreds of dollars on my backpacking trip through Australia and Asia that I did!

But now I'm very excited to use all the advice in Escape Plan for my next big trip. Besides the parts about saving money, the book also provides a lot of useful information about countries to visit, all the important stuff to watch out for and take care of, and how to make the best out of your travels. Must read if you plan on going abroad any time soon.

- Jeff

"I've been able to live in some of the most scenic and beautiful places I have seen in my entire life at a fraction of the cost."

Mark's blog and his travel book have helped me live in and travel across South America as I work as a freelance contractor in the internet marketing world. He introduced me to the fact that I could be living a life of luxury as my own boss while seeing some of the most magnificent places on earth for a portion of what I was paying to live in a dirty apartment in a not so great part of town back in the US.

It's eye opening how cheaply one can live in another country. As someone who is paying back my college loans, I can barely afford to live in the United States. I save thousands on health insurance, rent, utilities, and food by traveling the world. I've been able to live in some of the most scenic and beautiful places I have seen in my entire life at a fraction of the cost.

I found what he had to say about the places I've been in South America to be very accurate. His advice for learning languages and meeting locals has helped me acclimate to new cultures and kept me from going crazy without any friends on the road. His tips on cheap flights were really effective in helping me save a bunch of money on my tickets for my recent visa run from Colombia to Ecuador as well.

Overall I'd definitely recommend this book. Mark's tips on world travel and remote business have changed my life forever.

- Mary

"I realize that I don't need a huge pile of cash saved up or a flexible job to be able to just get going"

Escape Plan is one of the best books I've ever read on travel advice, if not the best. It's completely changed how I look at international travel, because now I realize that I don't need a huge pile of cash saved up or a flexible job to be able to just get going.

In my opinion this book is an obvious investment to make, because that advice alone means it more than pays for itself. But this book offers way more than that as well, and it covers pretty much anything you might need to know if you've decided to get out in the world. It's packed with over 170 pages of useful information, but you can refer to any chapter or section for specific, relevant advice.

- Robert

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Contest

Q: When does the contest end? A: The contest runs until December 1st, 2012. That means it is currently closed. We will update with more info on soon.

The Book

Q: Which formats are included (e.g. PDF, Mobi, ePub)? A: Both the ebook Escape Plan, as well as all the bonus ebooks, come in PDF, Mobi and ePub formats. That means you can read them on any Kindle or ereader you may have! Q: I only plan to travel once or twice a year. Does this apply to me? A: Yes, you can travel just once and Escape Plan will help you save money, choose the best place to go for your interests and make sure you avoid common hassles so that you have the best time possible. Travel more and you'll find new value in it time and time again. Q: What if I like my job and just want an extended vacation? A: The advice in Escape Plan applies to all types of travelers, from those who are just looking for a great vacation for a few weeks, to people who want to leave home forever. If you're planning to keep your job, everything inside is still relevant to you. Q: What if I don't have any money to travel? A: Escape Plan shows you how you can find job opportunities overseas, so you can leave the country with as little savings as possible. Plus with the savings you'll make on airfare, foreign bank accounts, and more, you'll need less money than you think to get away. Q: What if I don't know where to travel? A: Escape Plan can help you decide where to go. It comes with a complete chapter telling you about different parts of the world, and what it's really like to visit there. Food, culture, nightlife, quality of living, and more are all explained so you can find a destination that suits your wants exactly. Q: What if I live outside of the US? A: Apart from a couple of recommendations in the book that are only available to US residents, Escape Plan is relevant to anyone in the world looking to travel, whether you're from Germany, Ghana or Greece. Q: How long is the book? A: 170 pages, brimming with secrets, tricks, and tips to help you get off the couch and into the world! Q: Do you offer a money back guarantee? A: We offer a 60 day money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can get your money back, no questions asked. Q: What's included? A: The ebook Escape Plan: Ditch the Rat Race, Discover the World, Live Better for Less, plus three bonus guides:
  1. 10 Most Underrated Destinations in the World
  2. 10 Best Nightlife Cities in the World.
  3. 15 Favorite Places in the World
Q: How do I actually get the book? A: As soon as you complete your purchase you will be taken to a page to download Escape Plan. You download a zip file with PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle) formats of the book. Q: What does the book cost? A: The book, including three bonus ebooks and the chance to win the trip of your dreams, costs just $27.
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