This could be the secret to traveling in the lap of luxury — for less.
A travel expert revealed a simple hack that allowed her to book a first-class suite on a flight to Singapore from New York for only $6.
TikToker @travelhackingmom posted the video — which now has soared to 8.4 million views — in late October as a part of an eight-part series detailing how she uses credit card bonuses to fuel her travel expenses.
“This is Singapore Suites’ first class,” said the TikToker as she enters the cabin which features a large-screen TV, a chair, her mom and a comfortable-looking bed. “She booked this flight for 143,000 points plus $5.60.”
In the first video, the self-styled hacker says that the key to building up the miles and paying less is to open credit cards that have perks attached when you reach a certain spending limit.
“For the last five and a half years or so, I have been traveling for nearly free using credit card points and I’m going to break it all down for you,” said the TikToker.
“Travel hacking is using credit card points and miles to travel for nearly free, the way that we earn these credit card points is by signing up for a new card for the welcome bonus.”
The series continues to reveal that the travel mogul accumulates the points by canceling and then reopening the same credit cards so she can get the bonus.
The Post reached out to the TikToker for comment.
Several viewers left their jaws back on the runway due to the simplicity of hack.
“Ugh and to think I get excited to be in the A group on Southwest,” lamented one user.
“And i thought i had it good getting an empty seat next to me on a 12 hour flight recently,” said another.
Other people, however, said that they would have saved the points and money for other things.
“For 143k points, I would rather take 3 or 4 additional flights,” argued one user.
“That would rent for $8K a month in Manhattan,” stated another.