CheapAir is an American online platform specializing in travel organization, from purchashing tickets to booking hotels. CheapAir was founded in 1989 by Jeff Klee, who is its current CEO. The main office of CheapAir is headquartered in Calabasas, California, with additional offices in Denver and Chicago. CheapAir has a wide range of discounts and payback programs, including special CheapAir coupons with promo codes that are available on the internet. In terms of CheapAir and Bitcoin, the company started accepting cryptocurrency in November 2013, meaning that CheapAir has become the first travel agency in the world to accept Bitcoin as a payment method for flights. In addition, in 2014, CheapAir started accepting Bitcoin as an alternate payment method for hotels.
CEO of CheapAir, which has accepted BTC since 2013 for flight and hotel bookings, asks customers for advice on a considered switch from Coinbase to BitPay.
Crypto-Friendly CheapAir Asks Customers For Feedback On Switch Away From Coinbase
You have some Bitcoins but don’t know where to spend them? Look no further than this article.
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Microsoft, CheapAir and other big retail names who have jumped on the Bitcoin bandwagon.
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Joining CheapAir and Expedia in offering hotel bookings for Bitcoin, Travgenius differs in one significant way: their bookings are for businesses only.
Travgenius Accepts Bitcoin for Wholesale-Priced Hotel Packages
If only everything were available for purchase in Bitcoin. Oh, wait, it is.
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More companies are taking Bitcoin everyday, but how are they doing?
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AirBaltic, which is listed as “Latvia's National Airline” has quietly begun to accept Bitcoin payments.
AirBaltic 'Latvia's National Airline' Quietly Begins Accepting Bitcoin