1.  Plan ahead and book your travel in advance to get the best
  2. Look for deals and discounts on travel websites, such as
    Expedia or Kayak.
  3. Use travel rewards credit cards to earn points or miles that
    can be used for flights, hotels, or rental cars.
  4. Use budget airlines to save money on flights.
  5. Use public transportation or car rental instead of taking a
  6. Stay in hostels or Airbnb instead of hotels.
  7. Cook your own meals instead of eating out at restaurants.
  8. Use discount apps and coupons when shopping for souvenirs.
  9. Use a travel rewards program to earn points for future
  10. Use apps like Google Maps to find the cheapest gas stations.
  11. Look for free activities and events in the area.
  12. Travel during off-peak seasons to save money on airfare and
  13. Bring your own snacks and water bottle to save money on food
    and drinks.
  14. Use a travel money card to avoid foreign transaction fees.
  15. Compare prices and book travel insurance.
  16. Use travel apps to find the cheapest exchange rates.
  17. Use a VPN to access lower prices on hotel and flight
  18. Look for discounts for seniors, students or military
  19. Use a travel budgeting app to keep track of your expenses.
  20. Search for deals on Groupon or LivingSocial for activities
    and attractions.
  21. Consider off-season travel: You will find lower rates and
    fewer crowds during off-peak times.
  22. Look for package deals: Look for package deals that include
    airfare, lodging, and rental cars.
  23. Use home-sharing services: Consider using home-sharing
    services like Airbnb to save on lodging costs.
  24. Book directly with hotels or airlines: Booking directly with
    hotels or airlines can save you money compared to booking through a travel
  25. Avoid peak travel times: Try to avoid peak travel times,
    such as holidays and summer, to save money.
  26. Look for free activities: Look for free activities or cultural
    events to do while travelling.
  27. Cook your own meals: Cooking your own meals can save money
    on dining out.
  28. Take advantage of credit card rewards: Many credit card
    companies offer rewards or cash back for travel expenses. Use these to save
  29. Travel with a group: Traveling with a group can save money
    on transportation, lodging, and activities.
  30. Use a travel rewards program: Many airlines, hotels, and rental
    car companies offer rewards programs that can help you save money on future
  31. Look for free parking or shuttle service: Many hotels offer
    free parking or shuttle service, which can save you money.
  32. Avoid renting cars: Renting a car can significantly add to
    your travel expenses. Consider using public transportation or walking instead.
  33. Stay in vacation rentals: Vacation rentals can be more
    cost-effective than hotels and provide more space and amenities.
  34. Use a budget-friendly airline: Low-cost airlines often offer
    cheaper fares than traditional airlines.
  35. Use a travel agent: A travel agent can help you find the
    best deals and save money on your trip.
  36. Use a local SIM card: Use a local SIM card when traveling
    internationally to avoid high roaming charges.
  37. Avoid peak travel days: Look for flights or train tickets on
    less popular days, such as mid-week, to save money.
  38. Take advantage of loyalty programs: Look for loyalty
    programs or frequent-flier programs that can help you save money on future
  39. Avoid baggage fees: Pack light and carry on your luggage to
    avoid baggage fees.
  40. Choose budget-friendly destinations: Look for
    budget-friendly destinations, such as smaller towns or off-the-beaten-path
    locations, to save money on your trip.

Originally Published on https://boomersnotsenior.blogspot.com/

I served as a teacher, a teacher on Call, a Department Head, a District Curriculum, Specialist, a Program Coordinator, and a Provincial Curriculum Coordinator over a forty year career. In addition, I was the Department Head for Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a professor both online and in person at the University of Phoenix (Canada) from 2000-2010.

I also worked with Special Needs students. I gave workshops on curriculum development and staff training before I fully retired

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