6. Take advantage of airport lounges to charge devices
If you’re a frequent flyer, there’s no way in hell you shouldn’t have access to any airport lounge. Besides offering more breathing and legroom while waiting for flights, they also eliminate the need of searching for an open wall socket near your terminal. Either use your sky miles to sign up or pay a nominal fee ($25-50) to gain access to drinks, snacks, charging outlets, and free Wi-Fi.
7. Get free Wi-Fi with a Boingo hack
If you can't bribe your way into an airport lounge, you might be forced to pay for Wi-Fi. Luckily you can keep a few tricks up your sleeve. For example, if the airport is using a Boingo hotspot, you can try clicking on the partner pages (complimentary websites for shopping, banking, news, etc.) to get past the paywall. Connect to the Wi-Fi network and click “The Good Stuff,” instead of “Get Online Now.” Next, choose one of the free sites offered, leave that tab open, and open a new tab. If all goes well you’ll have tricked the paywall and now have unfettered access.