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Budgeting Tips for Avid Travellers

Travel OFF Peak to Stay ON Budget

The cost difference between travelling off peak and during peak times can be massive. It’s in your best interests to travel at the times when other people aren’t travelling so much. That’s what off peak travelling is all about. It makes your task of staying on budget while you travel so much easier than it would otherwise be because many people pay a lot for flights.


Avoid the Tourist Traps

Most places that you’re likely to travel to will have their own tourist traps that you’re going to want to avoid. Those tourist traps could be attractions, bars or restaurants. Instead of falling into tourist traps, you should head to the places where the locals go to. Locals would never eat at restaurants that are aimed squarely at tourists. You’ll save a lot of money that way.


Use the Latest Apps When on the Go

There are lots of apps that allow you to track your money and find deals online. Tiller money is one good app that you should use because it can even be linked to Google Sheets. You should also use apps like Skyscanner because it shows you when and where you can find the cheapest flights, which is essential for anyone who travels a lot. There are so many others out there for you to discover too.

Travel Light

Travelling light is one of the smartest things you can do when you’re travelling. Not only will it make it easy for you to get around and carry your luggage, but it’ll also cut your costs. That’s because airlines will charge you more if you want to take more luggage onto the plane. That’s something that you should keep in mind when packing.


Prioritize Your Spending Carefully

Everyone has different aims and priorities when they’re travelling. If you want to make sure that you never spend more money than you really need or want to, you should be clear about what your priorities really are. If there are things that you don’t really care much about, why would you want to spend money on them? It doesn’t make any sense to do that.


Budgeting is something that shouldn’t be confined to your day to day life. When you’re travelling, you should be thinking about your money and how you’re using it even more than you would back home. No one wants to find themselves in a foreign country with money problems to worry about.
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