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4 tips for saving money during your vacation
4 ways to slow down on spending
5 disposable products with reusable alternatives
Go green and save
Saving money on gas
Saving money on utilities
6 ways to save money on groceries
Top three ways to save money in college
Cutting expenses after retirement
Why saving money is worth it
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Subject: Four tips for saving money during your vacation
A great family vacation is filled with memories you’ll typically never forget. But, these same memories can also be quite costly. Keeping the following tips in mind while on your next trip will help to cut down on expenses, and will give you more money to spend on having fun.
1. Work Out a Budget
Establishing (and sticking to) a budget is the first step to controlling your spending while on vacation. Before you leave, figure out how much money you can comfortably spend on the entire trip and decide how much of that money you want to go toward things like snacks and souvenirs. This way, you’ll avoid spending more money than you can afford on spur-of-the-moment purchases.
2. Stay in a Smaller Town
When you’re planning a trip to a major tourist destination, the cost of food and accommodations will likely be higher there than in smaller cities nearby. While you may need to travel to the destination you have in mind, finding a hotel in a smaller city saves you money and also keeps you away from larger crowds.
3. Eat a Big Lunch
If you want to make the most of your vacation meal budget, eating a big lunch helps more than you think. Many diners and restaurants offer lunch specials that are bargain priced, compared to their dinner specials.
By eating earlier in the day, you avoid dinner-time crowds. Not only that, eating a big lunch can actually be better for you than eating a big dinner. Eating before you take on the majority of the day ensures that you’ll have the energy until bedtime.
However, eating a big dinner shortly before turning in for the night loads you down with calories that you don’t have time to work off and might even affect how you feel the next day.
4. Reduce Power Usage at Home
Many people already turn off lights and electronic devices when they’re about to take a trip. However, that’s only the first step to keeping the power bill down while you’re away.
Turn down the heat on your water heater’s thermostat to save the money you would otherwise spend keeping your water warm. Some water heaters come equipped with a “vacation” setting for doing so. Depending on when you plan to travel, set your thermostat a little lower in the winter or higher in the summer. This means your furnace or AC runs less.
Keep in mind that taking a vacation is all about having fun. Spending a bit more than you planned on isn’t so bad. However, if you do your best to stick to the budget you laid out before the trip, you’ll generally end up with more money to put toward the next one.
Next time we’re going to look at some ways to slow down on spending on a daily basis.
Submitted: 24 May 2016
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