NerdWallet: How to fly first class—because you should try it at least once

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet.

Flying first class isn’t a necessity, but experiencing life behind the curtain at least once can be a worthy goal. That’s where passengers might be feasting on fine wine and warmed nuts, enjoying movies on large screens with noise-canceling headphones, and sleeping in lie-flat beds on lengthy flights.

The good news is you can check “fly first class” off your bucket list without shelling out thousands of dollars.

“It’s a pretty different experience for people who have only flown coach,” says Brett Snyder, founder of the airline industry blog Crankyflier.com and owner of an air travel concierge service.

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