Step 1: Over 40 major airlines around the world sell transferable flight tickets. Their travel policies allow ticket name changes for a fee. Check if you can resell your flight. If your airline is not listed there, call their customer service line to check if they will make an exception for you.
Step 2: Post your plane ticket using the standard or quick (assisted) method. Wait for an interested buyer to bid for your flight. There is no set asking price on SpareFare: buyers can place any bid that gives you some refund on the ticket - you may accept or reject them. Follow the link in the email we will have sent you and accept the bid if you are happy with it.
Step 3: The buyer confirms his bid and sends SpareFare the money.
Step 4: You transfer the flight in the name of the buyer.
Step 5: We transfer the money to you. If you have access to make further changes to the booking, we wait until after the flight's take-off date.
Step 1: Search for a flight or holiday offered for sale in the search box above. On the next page you can filter by city if needed. If there are no suitable results, you can save your search as a flight alert – you will get an email if a flight matching your criteria is posted on SpareFare.
Step 2: Place a bid for an offer you like. This first bid is not binding – you can use it to ask the seller questions about the offer.
Step 3: Wait for the seller to accept your bid.
Step 4: Follow the link in the email we will have sent you. Confirm your bid (this is when you commit to buy the flight) and send SpareFare the money. As part of our buyers' protection policy, we will not transfer the money to the seller before your flight date if they still have access to make further changes to the booking.
Step 5: The seller transfers the flight in your name and we send you the booking details.
* The airline account has been transferred so that the seller doesn't have access to the booking or we wait until after the take-off date of the flight.