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5 Ways to Save On Your Vacation

April 2 2020 - We all look forward to our vacations from the moment they are booked, counting the days until they arrive. A vacation is a significant expense, though, and like many big expenses, there are plenty of savings to be found if you follow the right steps.

There are so many vacation options these days that youíre bound to be able to find ways of getting an even better trip while saving some precious money.

Here are five ideas to consider before you book your next vacation.

1. Start Budgeting

Budgeting is a great way to start saving for anything. It allows you to see exactly how much you have to spend on your vacation, allowing you to spend in some areas and look to make savings in others.

Establishing a budget will not only allow you to get the most out of your vacation, but itís surprising how it makes it easier to save as well.

Work out what you have available to spend and break it down into different categories such as flights, accommodation, and entertainment.

2. Find the Right Flights

There are so many deals on flights at any given time, so if youíre flexible about your destination and dates, you can make some big savings. Websites such as Skyscanner allow you to search "everywhere" and see which destinations offer the cheapest flights.

This might save you some money, but itís also a fun way of discovering new places to visit. There are many fantastic destinations out there, so why not discover somewhere new?

3. Sort Out Transportation

Getting to and from the airport is an added expense that often costs a lot more than we expect. Planning your route to and from the airport can not only save you some money, but it will also save you a lot of hassle.

Local airports generally offer good deals on parking, such as this Denver airport parking, so have a look around and make sure youíre not over-paying.

4. Book Your Accommodation

This is another area where you have a ton of options. With companies such as Airbnb opening up the self-catering market, youíve got many options aside from the traditional hotel.

One important thing is not just looking at the basic price of your accommodation, but how your accommodation will affect the price of your vacation as a whole. Sometimes the perfect location or access to a functioning kitchen can save you more money in the long run, even if you have to pay a little extra up front.

5. Plan the Extras

We all want to have a great time on our vacations and have plenty to do. Sometimes though, all the extras can mount up and become the biggest expense on our vacation.

Often, the best entertainment is free, though, so itís worth researching to find activities that everyone can do for free. The big, expensive attractions arenít necessarily the best, so keep your eye out for cheap activities you can do.



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