If you like to travel and save money…here are a few quick tips on how to travel on a budget.
Airline Tickets – Plan in advance and visit discount websites to see if there are better deals. While these sites might charge you a service fee ($5 or so), they can easily combine flight segments from different airlines easily to give you a great deal. (bonus – get even more savings by finding promo codes before you book a trip).
Connecting Flights – You might think connecting sucks but it sure saves you a good chunk of money doing it. Consider the pros and cons and don’t write it off right away.
Always Look into Round Trip Tickets – Sometimes, one way tickets are so expensive that the round trip ticket is cheaper. Just don’t use the return trip. (I know it’s weird but I’ve seen it myself)
Fly during the slowest days of the week – Tuesday and Wednesday are the slowest flying days of the week for business travel so demand is low, and so are the fares.
Travelers who are serious about seeking cheap fares should travel only during the slowest time of year. That rules out holidays, as well as spring, summer and winter. What’s left? Fall. Traveling anytime between Labor Day and Thanksgiving should give you the best deals.
Now that you know how to get where you want to go on less $$…how about coming to College Station, TX to check out our real estate? For information contact Linda Stribling at 979-575-0580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org