Enjoy traveling but enjoy saving money? Yeah, me too! Lucky for you, I’ve done my research and have learned a few tips and tricks!
I didn’t travel often for awhile because I always thought that traveling had to be well planned, expensive, and time consuming.
This is not true at all! Sometimes we travel for a week, and other times we take a couple days off and travel someplace nearby.
Taking small, frequent vacations is the only way I know how to stay sane! And it doesn’t have to break the bank.
Here’s a few of my tips:
I’m actually kind of new to this one, and I really don’t know how the hell it took me so long to try them out! Basically, you just get cash back at places you already shop. You’ll also get special coupons with them! Once you join, a button will automatically pop up that will say something along the lines of “click to get 40% cash back”. Then you shop! Once you finish, you’ll get an e-mail confirmation of the cash back you received. Even if you don’t travel, you’ll still want to check ’em out!BUT we’re talking travel here. So how does this apply? Well, EBates offers cash back on hotel sites you’re probably already using! (such as priceline and expedia) You’ll get the discount by using the site PLUS cash back. They also offer cash back on airfare, car rentals, cruises, luggage, and vacation packages!
For starters, you can save $40 on your first trip by clicking HERE! But that’s just the start. If you’re looking for a cheap place to stay, this is the place! AirBnb has hosts that offer parts of their homes to travelers! Most of them have tons of reviews so you will already know what kind of host they are, which really gave me a peace of mind. We stayed in an apartment styled home for a cheaper price than surrounding hotels PLUS our hosts let us use their kayaks!For some pics of where we stayed, check out my blog post Our trip to Anna Maria Island!
If you found this helpful, share this with your friends or spouse and insist they take you traveling! 😉