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Winter Break: Money Saving Tips

Winter Break: Money Saving Tips

Winter break is approaching and many young people will be traveling home to spend time with family or to get away to somewhere warm for a little while. Traveling at any time of year can be expensive, but during winter break, when everyone is trying to travel, prices can be at an all-time high. Using the tips in this article, you can save money on winter break travel so that you’ll have more to save or spend when you get there.

Fly at Off Peak Times

Taking the red-eye or flying on a Wednesday might be a little inconvenient, but flying at off-peak times could save you lots of money when you travel. Everyone wants to fly on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. Flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays or that fly at late or early hours are in less demand, and therefore come at cheaper prices. An added perk of flying at off-peak times? You may get a row to yourself on your flight. Booking to fly out for winter break at odd times will help you save money to spend at your destination. 

Stay at Hotel Alternatives

Renting an AirBnB, camping, or staying in a beach house are all affordable alternatives to hotels, which can run sky-high rates during popular times like winter break. If you are traveling with a large group of people, renting an AirBnB or beach house could be a very affordable alternative, plus you’ll get the run of an entire residence instead of just one room. Do your research and compare prices online to find the option that’s right for you and your winter break.

Go Somewhere Drivable

Although a beach might be the most appealing place to go in the middle of winter, opting to go somewhere closer will help you travel on a tight budget. A tank or two of fuel is much more cost effective than a plane ticket, and you can get pretty far away from where you live. You may even be able to make it to a warmer destination for your winter break. Save money by getting in your car and going on a getaway.

Choose a Unique Destination

To save money on winter break, you can travel to a destination that’s a little off the beaten path, but just as nice as it’s more popular alternatives. For instance, the majority of people think of Miami or San Diego when they think of a beach vacation, but a place like Pensacola has just as pristine, beautiful beaches and costs a fraction of the price. Whatever you want to do on winter break, research spots off the beaten path to save money. 

If you need a little extra cash to get away on your winter break, turn to CreditBox. We’ve got the cash you need when you need it, and we can get it to you fast. Apply online today

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