Many people choose to travel over the holiday season, and as we all know traveling can be expensive. You can spend hundreds of dollars just to get to your location, not to mention spending money once you get there. Even if you are not traveling over the holiday season, you can use the following tips the next time you do decide to take a trip. If you are traveling this holiday season, you can use these tips whether you’re going to visit your family or you’re going on a tour of Europe.
Check out what these travel savvy bloggers recommend for cutting costs when you travel.
Before you leave, check out this post at Narrow Bridge Finance about smart and frugal ways to pack your bags.
Tip: If you can avoid checking a bag, many travel gurus recommend that you do so. Nowadays it often costs money to check even one bag, not to mention two, and you can easily get hit with extra charges for overweight bags.
A guest blogger on Get Rich Slowly has tons of advice on how to save money when you travel. He has recommends on accommodations, food, activities, and travel in and around your destination.
A guest blogger over at 50 Plus Finance has even more tips on how to save money when you travel including how to save on airfare and when to travel.
Sandy over at Yes, I Am Cheap has some creative ways to save (and even get) money when you have to fly.
How much cash should you carry when traveling abroad? Should you use your credit cards when you travel? Are traveler’s checks really worth the hassle? You can find all these answers and more over at Couple Money.
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Do you have any tips for traveling on a budget?