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How would you feel about going all the way around the world, for about the same price as a new iPhone? You now can, if you are ready to experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip this January (and it is way better than a cellphone…)

At Flytrippers, every day we curate great flight deals like to the US for $100 roundtrip, to Europe for $400 roundtrip, to Asia for $500 roundtrip or to the Caribbean for $300 roundtrip. Usually, these deals are pretty straightforward: heavily discounted roundtrips to a specific destination (just one at a time).

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But today we have something special for you. So here is our flight deals mashup that gives you an itinerary to go all around the world for about $1,500, which is about what some are apparently willing to pay for a new iPhone that will be obsolete in a year. You will visit multiple cool cities, for only $1,508, and you’ll be able to escape Canada’s pretty horrid January climate for a month around the world.

The funny thing (or the sad thing) is that a lot of people don’t know about flight deals and pay that same price just to go to Asia. We help you see four continents for the same price!

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Many also pay more than that just to go to Australia, while we make it possible to go there… AND to Hawaii AND Singapore AND Greece AND England, for the same price. There are actually cheaper round-the-world itineraries possible (around $1,200) but this one combines destinations that so many people dream of visiting!

But even worse, a lot of people will spend this same amount for a cell phone. Ask yourself… what will make you live the most thrilling life experience, going around the world, or a phone?

It’s quite funny when we hear “I don’t have enough money to travel” from someone with plenty of cutting-edge gadgets or someone who eats out in various restaurants 10 times a week. It’s fine if you prefer that, we believe in people choosing to do whatever they want, but just don’t say that you’re too poor to travel. It’s that you don’t want to… which is fine, but it’s not the same thing as not having enough money ?

Travelling really doesn’t have to be expensive if you don’t want it to be (and know how to) and that’s exactly what our mission is at Flytrippers: help Canadians travel more, for less, thanks to our dozen daily flight deals from your city… and our tips on this blog!


How does it work?

Read on for all the details but essentially, we’ve combined great one-way deals from all over to help you accomplish what very few people can do: go all around the world in one exceptional trip!

The itinerary below is for those who have about a month to go and explore, so it is pretty intense. But we want to be the flight deal website for people like you, who (unfortunately) don’t have unlimited vacation time.

However, if you want to stay longer, or even go quicker, it is quite possible by manually playing around with those dates. Often the price will be quite similar, if you act fast of course.

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If you want to buy this trip, make sure you book very quickly because these deals won’t last forever and flight segment prices will change. Like any flight deal, prices for specific dates always expire quickly so hurry up!

The basic rule for multi-ticket itineraries is to book the longest and most expensive segments first (ocean crossings usually), as those are the ones whose prices you want to lock in quickly. If the $33 flight changes to $43 in the meantime well, so be it.

Where this around-the-world trip will take you

You will fly to London (United Kingdom), Athens (Greece), Singapore (Singapore), Sydney (Australia) and Honolulu (Hawaii). You will have visited four continents: Europe, Asia, Oceania and of course North America.

Some of these flight segments are on Ultra Low-Cost Carriers (ULCCs), so pack light and instead bring back amazing memories of a unique trip that will make you part of the very select group of people to have gone all around the world in one trip! Flytrippers’ co-founder Kevin just left for one full year on a (long) around-the-world trip with just a ULCC-sized bag, so you can definitely do it for a month.

READ ALSO: How Ultra Low-Cost Carriers (ULCCs) Work

Oh by the way, the last time we posted a round-the-world deal, some people were mad because they thought it would include all 193 countries, which was their definition of “around-the-world”. Our definition of the term is to go “around” “the” “world”, hence the name “around-the-world”. And this is what our itinerary does. Obviously, the cost of flying to all 193 countries would probably be closer to $15,000, not $1,500. So consider yourself warned.

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So here is how you go all around the world for only $1,508:


FLIGHT 1: Toronto to London – Jan. 10 – $260

Flight on WOW air (with short stopover in Iceland)
One of only two flights with stops: almost all others in the itinerary are direct

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FLIGHT 2: London to Athens – Jan. 13 – $33

Flight on Ryanair (non-stop)

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FLIGHT 3: Athens to Singapore – Jan. 20 – $266

Flight on Scoot (non-stop)

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FLIGHT 4: Singapore to Sydney – Jan. 26 – $301

Flight on Scoot (non-stop)

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FLIGHT 5: Sydney to Honolulu – Feb. 5 – $353

Flight on Jetstar (non-stop)

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FLIGHT 6: Honolulu to Toronto – Feb. 13 – $295

Flight on United Airlines (with short stopover in Chicago)

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TOTAL – $1,508 – January 10 to February 13


In about five weeks, you’ll have been to 6 countries and all around the globe: United Kingdom, Greece, Singapore, Australia, the United States (Hawaii) and Canada.

READ ALSO: Why Plane Tickets Are So Expensive in Canada

What do you think of this itinerary? Tell us in the comments below!


Bottom line

Although it might seem like a big amount to spend, $1,508 to fly all around the world and see many incredible cities is quite a deal. You probably won’t regret a once-in-a-lifetime trip like this one!

And it’s certainly a better way to spend $1,300 than buying an iPhone that will be obsolete in a year.

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H/T to AirfareSpot who spotted the deal from New York City, which we adapted

Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. He shares his experiences to help you save money on travel. As a very cost-conscious traveler, he loves finding deals and getting free travel thanks to travel rewards points... to help him visit every country in the world (current count: 62/193 Countries, 46/50 US States & 9/10 Canadian Provinces).

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