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They say “Traveling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer”. Oh, we wish! The reality is – memories make you richer, but your bank balance can rarely go up during or after a holiday. On the other hand, we have 6 brainy tips on how to travel for less.
By following our money-saving travel tips, you will have the time of your life and more money on your bank account. Here’s how.
Save some money and avoid the crowds –
travelling out of season is a win-win option. Of course, this includes being
flexible on dates (if you are not tied to going to school or work), but let’s
get real, we all can get those 5 to 7 days off.
and similar websites allow you to compare flight prices during different times of a year. This way, you will ensure you get the cheapest tickets.
Following the beaten track will cost you a lot more money than exploring new sights and cultures. Not only you will get more for your money but you will set a new trend of discovering hidden travel gems. Don’t be surprised if you see other travellers follow you lead.
You will find more authentic, cheaper adventure opportunities outside of major tourist attractions. Also, restaurants and bars are more affordable beyond capitals.
Staying in a hotel usually costs a lot. Airbnb seems to be a good equivalent and a cheaper option. Going self-catered is more fun, too! Instead of spending extra money on a hotel room and hotel meals, you can use it to rent a car, cook, buy souvenirs, etc.
You have plenty of time to research your travel money options. One of the best ways to travel for less is to order your money online. You can click & collect it at a branch, have it delivered at your address, or get a prepaid card.
Sorting your funds in advance will save you from rip-off rates at the airports and ATMs. It’s highly recommendable to pay in the local currency whenever you have that option. This helps you avoid huge conversion fees.
We know, we know – you are not travelling
often and you want to treat yourself for once in a year. Having this type of
mentality will make you spend a lot more than you originally planned. Track
your budget by bringing a certain amount of cash with you each day or use a
Our prepaid cards offer you a great way to limit yourself a bit and control how much you are spending so you don’t go bankrupt when back from holiday.
You see? There are plenty of ways to save
money when travelling but to also get more value for what you pay. Using public
transport, free WiFi spots, and visiting museums for free make a couple of
extra options for those who are tight on the budget.
The moral of the story is that you can travel for less and still have a great time, especially if you exchange your money at the best rates. That’s where we jump in! Contact us if you have any questions.