What travel hacks have saved you lots of money
How do you save while exchanging money, hotels, food, navigation travel or anything that help one save money especially on a budget trip
If you're driving instead of flying, pack your own snacks and water to save on restaurant costs. Or, just frequent fast food places, but repeatedly doing that will affect your health.
Speaking of driving, it's much cheaper than flying, at least for trips that only cross a few states. Use discount websites to book cheap rooms ahead of time, or bunk with a friend if you have one in the area.
Here are the tips you can consider to save money during travel:
-Consider taking night train in Europe to save on overnight stay cost
-Make sure you book everything early and free from cancellation fees
-Check google flights and compare prices travel on weekdays which are normally cheaper than weekends.
-Sleep in hostels instead of hotels which are more cheaper
- Utilize credit card rewards
-Don't change to local currency use your credit card it makes it cheaper
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