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1. Vacation Budget Hotels in London
London makes it a point to provide convenient accommodations with complete amenities and facilities to the tourists. You need not spend a fortune to have a good time there either. Just use a little common sense and planning for a great trip!
2. Which Air Fare is Cheaper - $1187 or $398?
I have never been to New York City for Thanksgiving. It is less than a month away and I decided to see what air fare would cost me to go there. Am I in for a surprise?
3. Take to the Road
One of the best ways to see a country is by taking to the road. If you’re planning a road trip, follow these tips to get the most out of your journey.
4. Family Fun for Free in London
Visiting a city with children needn’t always be an expensive way to encounter the sites and get the feel of a place. If you know where to look, there’s plenty to see that will keep children of most ages, and their parents, occupied during their stay in the capital.
5. How to Eat Cheaply on Holiday
Eating out can be expensive when you’re travelling and all those snacks and dinners can soon add up. To eat on the cheap doesn’t have to swallow up most of your holiday budget if you’re careful and plan ahead a little.
6. Tips for Planning a Budget Holiday
Being able to afford a holiday needn’t have to clean out your bank account - if you plan your holiday carefully you could not only save yourself some money, but even increase the amount of times you travel in a year! Follow some of these budget travel tips and start planning your next holiday.
7. Get Cheap Airfare Deals
Paying for the price of a flight can often cost you the best part of your holiday budget but with some careful planning and top tips, you could be able to save yourself a small fortune.
8. Free Accommodation on Holiday
Cutting the costs of your vacation can be drastically reduced if you can have free accommodation on your holiday. There are many hospitality choices out there to take advantage of and help you make the most of your holiday – without having to pay for somewhere to stay.
9. Split Pay Airline Tickets
Split Pay is a term used when buying airline tickets and one ticket is purchased using a credit card and the other is paid using miles or some other reward type of payment. But you need to be careful to use the TCP2 code.
10. Checking Airline Daily Low Fare History
I came across a feature on the web recently that you might be interested in learning more about. Quite simply it is called Daily Low Fare History. It allows you to see fare history to aid in your travel planning to get the best air fares.
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