2. Stop Paying Location-based Premiums
A can of Coca-Cola in affluent countries costs about $1.50; in lesser-developed nations, the price can be less than $0.10. With this in mind, it should not be a surprise to anyone that international retailers change their prices based on who their customers are and where they are based.
The user-interfaces of most premium VPNs, such as Surfshark, appear as maps of the world. Users simply need to click the country they wish to appear in, and the VPN does the rest. After connecting to that area, the prices customers find online will automatically change to those offered for that locale – thereby allowing users to find prices that would otherwise be unavailable. This enables significant, proven discounts for products such as flights, hotels, car rental, and subscription services.