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Saving For Your Next Vacation, 5 Things You Have To Do

vacation saving tips

July 19, 2019 – by Primo Management Group

vacation saving tips

Your next vacation is something you don’t mind losing a few hours a week thinking about. Where should you go, what should you do? Will it be an entire week or just a long weekend? Will you drive or fly? Can you stay with friends or get a hotel? So many questions, so much time to think about it. You can’t wait for your next vacation but before it comes up, you need to make sure that you save money and give yourself the opportunity to financially have the vacation you want. Here are some helpful tips to save and have a great vacation:

  1. Look for deals online: Hotels, restaurants, theme parks and other attractions will offer deals online to try and get you to sign up with them before you even get to your destination. Why? Because they know that by the time you get into town you probably already have set plans and there’s no reason to offer you a deal then. 
  2. Give up one monthly expense: What are you paying for each month that you don’t need? Even if it’s $10 a month, it can help you to save money that will be put towards your vacation fund. If you set a goal of saving $100 a month, that’s an extra $1,200 by this time next year that you can use for your trip.
  3. Post questions on social media: Your friends are traveling experts, or so they want you to believe. Why not allow them to give you some friendly advice? Post a question or ask for a recommendation on Facebook. You will be amazed how many people can offer you sound advice on how to find better deals.
  4. Join rewards clubs early: Many attractions and hotels offer reward points and discounts to their members and membership is free for a lot of them as well. Why not sign up for any membership that’s free and even if you do not get a discount, you get points towards your next trip?
  5. Check for offseason times: A lot of popular travel destinations have off-season’s, usually when people are not visiting. Everything goes down in price in these tourism-driven towns and you can take advantage of it if you are patient. For example, visiting Key West in August or September will be cheaper than in January and February because of visitors from colder areas.

When it comes to saving for your next vacation, don’t delay just because you want to plan a bit more or are too busy. That trip is coming up and the sooner you save, the more fun you will have.

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