You have just purchased an airline ticket and are about to board the plane, or perhaps you even just landed. But now you have a dilemma: How to get your hands on the tickets you just purchased? You need to check them, but you will have limited time, as the flight might already be postponed or canceled due to weather conditions or other unpredictable circumstances. That is what makes this dilemma so frustrating: you need to act fast but cannot afford to waste a minute, especially on trivial matters like money.
What then do you do? You could wait in line at the airport, but that could take forever and might not even be the solution you are looking for. You could ask coworkers or friends for help, but the answer might be no, or perhaps they do not have the required documentation either. You could contact the airline or travel agency, but this could be a time-consuming process, especially if it is after business hours. Essentially, you are just spinning your wheels, and the sooner you get to your destination, the better your vacation will be, so there is that.
Enter the digital nomad community. You have millions of dollars in the bank, you are traveling the world, and you need a vacation. Sounds pretty good, right? You are going to purchase a speed ticket from a reputable agency in a country where gaming is legal, and you will be able to use your bank account to redeem the ticket. Let’s get to the good stuff already, shall we?
You can find reputable agencies that specialize in selling speed tickets, or you can purchase them from individuals who are essentially running a scam. Typically, a reputable agency will have a formal complaint process in place, as well as a money-back guarantee. You will be happy to know that not all agencies are created equal, and there are many reputable agencies out there that can help you with your travel plans. Just make sure you are not being cheated or scammed by any means.
Step 1: Set Your Travel Plans
You have decided to take a vacation after all, and you are not going to waste a minute of it, so you set your travel plans. Perhaps you have always dreamed of traveling to Japan and now you have the opportunity to go on a business trip or a vacation. You pack your bags and leave for the airport. Only then do you learn that your flight has been canceled due to weather conditions, and there is no other flight until the following day. Your heart sinks, but then you have an idea: why not go to Los Angeles instead? It is a short flight, and it will give you a change of pace and scenery. You pack your bags and get ready to leave. Your flight is on time, and you make it to LA in one piece.
Step 2: Research The Best Time To Visit The Place You Are Going
You land in Los Angeles and immediately set up camp in your smart phone, doing your research on the internet. You learn that November to March is the best time to visit Japan, as the weather is good, and it gets a bit cold at night. You will have to check the accuracy of this information, but you will have a general idea of what is going on. You also learn that Japan has hosted the Olympics before, and it is a place that many people consider to be on the cutting edge of technology. A holiday in Japan in the winter might be a bit chilly, but you will enjoy the opportunity to see how the other half lives.
Step 3: Research The Currency And Value Of The Ticket
You have arrived in LA and are staying at a hotel. Your room-mates are being quiet, as is usual in hotels, but you quickly learn to listen to the noises around you. You hear a noise that sounds like it is coming from the kitchen, and you walk over to investigate. You discover that your hotel is on the 12th floor and that there is a pool on the roof that you can use to have some fun in the evening, illuminated by the twinkling lights of Los Angeles.
You are in LA, and you need tickets to get into the premier of a movie. You want to see how others react to the film’s subject matter, as you are not familiar with it. You learn that the ticket is going to cost you $250, but that is a one-time fee, and it is well worth it. You enter the cinema, and the lights dim. You sit down in the dark, and the movie begins. After an hour, you get up and walk out, as the movie did not live up to your expectations. There was no escape from the truth. It was a deep, dark reality that you had not bargained for.
Step 4: Contact The Agency
You have not wasted any time, and now you have to make the most of your temporary stay in Los Angeles. You contact the agency that sold you the ticket, and they are able to get you reimbursed. It is a simple process, and it takes 15 minutes to complete. The agency is going to charge you $250 as a one-time fee, and it is well worth it. You have now got your hands on your ticket, and you can take a vacation as planned.
Step 5: Enjoy Your Vacation
You have now been on a long flight, but it has not been bad, as you have been able to spend some quality time with your family. You arrive in your destination and are dropped off at the airport. You pass through security, and you check your bag as you go through customs. It is time to board the next flight, and you are looking forward to getting back to your family. You do not buy any souvenirs, as it is not your trip, and you do not need any mementos to remind you of your trip. Perhaps you also decide to refrain from eating sushi or try some new foods, as you do not want to ruin your return flight, but you have had a lovely time traveling.
Your vacation is over, and it is time to come back. You arrive in Tokyo and immediately start searching for a way to get your hands on some Japanese yen. You are staying at a hotel, and you need to buy some souvenirs for friends and family. It is difficult to find a way to exchange your dollars for yen, so you decide to try and sell a few of your belongings. After a bit of research, you discover an option to buy anime goods with your dollars. You decide to try and purchase some anime goods with your dollars, as it is legal to trade dollars for yen in Japan. You are only allowed to spend a certain amount of monetary value, so you decide to haggle a bit to make sure you buy only what you need. It is not easy, as you do not have much experience with this kind of thing, but you pull it off successfully, and you are happy that you were able to spend some quality time with your family on a long-awaited vacation. You are going home a bit richer, as you were able to sell some of your belongings for more money than you spent on the ticket alone. It is an exhilarating feeling to be able to come back home with some money in the bank, and it is a great feeling to be able to share it with your family. They really did miss you, and it is good to be back.