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You’re going to spend money on your vacation. It’s unavoidable and, quite frankly, necessary. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to just throw it away. There are bad deals, inflated prices, and unnecessary splurges lurking everywhere you travel. When you’re away from home and out of your element, it can be difficult to avoid these all-too-common money traps. The more you know, the better equipped you are to keep your vacation on track and your bank account full.
1. Distance Keeps Your Wallet Fatter
There’s nothing wrong with checking out the tourist hotspots. However, business owners know how close they are to those landmarks and look to cheat visitors. After a morning at the museum or day spent exploring ruins, put some distance between you and the crowds before stopping for a meal, drink or souvenirs. Even the gift shops charge a premium and you can often find the same products elsewhere at discounted prices. Read more
Budget Rent a Car thinks you might if the price were right.
The rental car service has added 15 advertisement-wrapped cars to its inventory in Atlanta, and will let travelers drive these roving billboards off the lot through November for some steeply discounted rates, USA Today reports. Plus, anyone who opts into this promotion stands to score some swag and promotional materials from the vehicle’s sponsor (currently: Sheets energy strips).
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