Is that supercheap travel promotion too good to be true?
BoltBus: $1 one-way tickets
Reality check: There are very few seats at this price on each bus, so you have to book weeks in advance. But it's worth the hassle—plus, you get Wi-Fi and added legroom.
Spirit Airlines: $9 one-way flights
Reality check: You must join the $9 Fare Club, which costs $40 per year. Even then, finding the fare is hard unless you're flying to or from a Spirit gateway like Fort Lauderdale.
EasyCruise: $50 per night cruises
Reality check: The cabins at this rate are tiny—65 square feet—and windowless. Port and fuel charges are also extra; expect to shell out $100 more for a three-night cruise.
Enterprise: $10 per day car rentals
Reality check: Pickups are at non-airport locations, and the rental has to include a Friday to Monday. The $10 rate is also mostly restricted to small cities. Still, the deal is very easy to get where it's available.
The Hoxton hotel: £1 rooms
Reality check: The London hotel's rooms normally cost up to $300 a night. The downside? Availability. The cheap rooms are usually snapped up the day each sale starts.