A FLIGHT attendant has revealed the clever way to get first class freebies even in economy, without having to pay for them.
Rachael Sullivan, who works as a flight attendant, regularly shares her tricks and hacks when travelling.
In one of her videos, she revealed the sneaky way she and her husband get extra perks while travelling.
She revealed it is all about what you wear – as they both wear a t-shirt suggesting they are travelling for their honeymoon.
She told her 761k followers: "How to get treated like first class on every flight,
"Me and my husband made these shirts for our honeymoon."
The t-shirts in question read Honeymoon Bound on the front.
She continued: "And now every time we fly, we wear them. Every time we wear them, we get overserved."
She then shared a picture of a mini bottle of champagne and nuts they were given by the flight crew.
Lots of people loved the clever trick, with more than 530k people liking the hack.
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One person commented said it was "so smart" while another person said: "Omg we need to do this."
Someone said they also lucked out: "We wear our honeymoon shirts every time we fly and we always get free drinks and make friends with the flight attendants."
Another person had her own trick: "My husband and I do the same. Ours says Married AF."
Others said they weren't so lucky – they wrote: "We wore ours on our actual honeymoon, and didn't even get to sit together".
And one person who said they work at a hotel begged people not to do it, as they said people "regularly tried to scam" and made it harder for them to upgrade people who are really celebrating.
Here are some other ways to get a free first class upgrade, including what to wear, to sneaking in during lights down.
One man recently got a free upgrade to first class – because he was too tall for economy.
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