There are more than a million Bulgarians living abroad, spread all over the globe, from the US to Australia, from Norway to Austria. Bulgarians live all over the place. And they will want to come home once in a while, in order to be with their families. So, more than a million Bulgarians abroad will purchase hundreds of thousands of flight tickets a year. But, sometimes people are forced to step back from their flights. That way, a lot of money can be lost.
This is what three Bulgarian expats were thinking about, before they founded the website sparefare.net, a Bulgarian startup company based in the UK. The site, in English and Bulgarian, gives people the opportunity to sell flight tickets they cannot use. The advantage: The person who purchased the tickets will at least not lose the entire amount he or she paid. Whoever purchases the tickets, will most likely save money as well.
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