A Millennial’s Guide to Affordable Travel
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Maximizing Your Budgeting
When it comes to affordable travel, you can start by maximizing your budget. The good news is that there are a few ways you can go about doing this.
Start a Travel Savings Account
Use Cash Back Credit Cards to Help with your Travel Expenses
My second tip for affordable travel is to use cash back credit cards.
Cash back credit cards give you a percentage back in cash for purchases you make with the card.
They do have their pros and cons but you can certainly use them for your advantage.
One downside to remember is they generally charge a higher interest rate than traditional credit cards.
So, if you are one who keeps a balance at the end of your credit card statement, the cash back you earn towards your travel budget is never worth the interest you’re paying.
By combining my previous tip with this one, you can not only earn cash back but pay off your balance within one month and avoid having the interest accumulate on you.
Maximizing Your Travel
Another way you can focus on making travel affordable is to maximize your travel plans. Roadtips and key scheduling are your best friends to saving some cash 🙂
Gas Up and Go
Take Advantage of Cheap Airfare Promotions
Finding a great deal on airfare usually involves timing, travel flexibility and a bit of research.
However, once you see the savings, you’ll probably find the effort worth it.
Airlines like Southwest Airlines, JetBlue or WOW Air throws in Flash Sales throughout the year.
This is a great way to book some affordable travel so stick with it 🙂
Be Loyal to an Airline
If you find an airline you like, stick with it!
Most will offer loyalty programs where you can earn points through flights, hotel stays, and car rentals to use towards your next flight.
I personally use American Airlines and even though I don’t fly very often I’ve already had one free flight!
Pick the Right Season to Travel
Maximizing Your Stay
Choosing an Affordable Travel Destination
Stay with Family or Friends
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