Spring is in the air, the cold weather is starting to thaw out and summer is right around the corner! Some of you may be starting to think about taking a vacation this summer. So this week, we’ve rounded up a list of articles with tips to help you travel without breaking the bank.
How to Save Even More on Hotel Rooms [Budgets Are Sexy]
Use this killer combo of Hotwire.com and Priceline.com to save on hotel rooms while traveling.
5 International Travel Destinations to Stretch Every Dollar [How to Manage Money Tips]
If you’re jonesing to take a vacation overseas, checkout these 5 amazing destination that’ll help you fulfill that desire without putting a major dent in your bank account.
Booking a Vacation– Can Travel Agents Save You Money? [Smart Wealth]
Travel agents are a thing of the past in this day and age…or are they? Evan from Smart Wealth details his experience using a travel agent to save a good chunk of cash on his vacation to the Bahamas.
Is Travel Insurance Worth It? [Free Money Wisdom]
The short answer? Yes. For the long answer about why it’s important and where to get good coverage, you’ll have to read the article!
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Tips for Taking a Real Vacation [Consumerism Commentary]
Luke Landes talks about the importance of taking some time off to yourself and shares some some tips on how to prepare for it.
How to Beat Travel Fees [Leave Debt Behind]
Paying for extra fees while traveling seems like flushing money down the drain, doesn’t it? Leave Debt Behind shares tips on how to avoid paying those pesky extra charges.
Eating Frugally on Travel Day [Money Ning]
While we’re on the topic, let’s not forget about the actual travel day, itself. It’s amazing how just a little bit of planning allows you to bypass buying things at the airport and paying the hefty airport prices.
Got some travel tips of your own? Don’t forget to share them with us in the comments!