Learn about my guest post for CheapTweet.com’s blog, which discusses several websites and email newsletters that can save you tons of money on travel.
When you’re planning a vacation, it’s easy to be seduced by a dirt-cheap cruise. However, it’s important to remember that the spending doesn’t end once you get on board.
It’s easy to plan a travel budget before you leave town, but once you’re out and about, it’s harder to cut corners. Read how Emily succeeded and how she failed in enjoying NYC on a budget.
New York City can be an expensive place to visit, but I’ve learned a few ways to make it more affordable. As I head out for a trip in the Big Apple, I share some of my tips on saving money in NYC.
There are dozens of travel deals sites out there, but Getaroom.com is a new website that claims to be different from the rest. Not only does it offer unpublished rates you can’t find anywhere else, but if you bother to pick up the phone and call them, they will give you even more savings.
If you’ve been dreaming of going skiing this winter but don’t want to spend a fortune, Breckenridge is one of your best bets. According to Ryan Whaley, Communications Coordinator for Breckenridge Ski Resort, it is the most 20s-friendly ski resort in Colorado and can be very affordable if you know where to go.
Forget Orbitz and Expedia. If you want incredible deals on airfare, follow JetBlue on Twitter and keep your eye open for “Cheeps.”
Credit card minimums in America usually aren’t so bad; we usually don’t mind adding on another small item. But outside of America, you may encounter some businesses that make it hard for you to pay without cash.