How to Save Money for Travel…

Often, when we make plans to roam, then we all go ahead by planning all of them, but still extra money or more is spent. And now anyway, summer holidays are going to start soon, and you are planning to go somewhere, but to save the wandering expenses, you just have to read this article and then believe you are your next trip. But good luck can save. Many times the expense of holidays is out of the budget but there are some ways through which you can reduce your travel budget. No preparation is needed for them, but you only need to take care of certain things. In these ways you can deploy your vacation cheaply.

Start a dedicated travel fund

Create a new account with your bank called “I’m Outta Here” and feed it monthly, weekly, or daily. Make it easy to transfer money over from another account and every time you go online to check your balance, transfer some money, even if it’s just Rs500. Make it fun. Make it a habit. Make it natural. Make it painless. Revel in its growth.

Create an automatic saving account

There are many such savings accounts or savings plans where your salary is deducted by yourself and yourself a few bucks every month. You will have to fix that amount for every month by choosing that savings account.

See the growth of savings

When you have started saving now So save money as well as see its growth. That is, take into account the amount of extra income you get in any account where you have your money or anywhere else you have invested your money.

Sell your unwanted belongings

If you’ve finished University, then you’re no doubt surrounded by textbooks you no longer need (thank goodness!). Consider selling them online via websites such as eBay or trade them in for cash with mobile applications such as Music Magpie.

If you’re planning on travelling long term, consider doing the same with many of the physical possessions that you don’t plan on travelling with. Not only will this save you on storage fees (or on mum and dad complaining that all your junk is filling up the spare room) it will provide you with a vast amount of mental freedom, and some much-needed cash.

Record your expenses

The first way to save money is to first find out how much you spend. Track every expense of the smallest Whether it is a news paper bill or 10 rupees spent in buying snacks. Once you have made a record of all the expenses, you will not have to work harder to build it next month and everything will be in your cognition. By setting a weekly spending limit, you can easily keep track of your spending.

Make budget

Once you know how much you spend in the month, then after that you can make a budget according to that record. After creating the budget, you can control the expenses incurred more than the normal expenses and limits.

Plan to save money

Now that your budget is ready So you should start with a category of savings. Try saving 10 to 15 percent of your income. If your expenses are too high then you can not save. To get rid of these expenses, you have to cut a little bit of unused things like entertainment and food items.

Select a Budget Hotel

If you are planning to go to a place, then the choice of hotel is the most important. Try to pick up your hotel in the place where you have to wander around. Doing this will save you from the extra expenses of coming and also save your time too. Apart from this, pay attention to some more essentials in the hotel. Book a hotel that includes breakfast for free Wi-Fi and hotel rentals. Apart from this, many hotels offer free pick-up and drop-free access to the free laundry and airport. Keeping these things in mind, booking the hotel only.

Go off-season to spend the holidays

Spending holidays in off season will not only give your pocket peace, but will also relax your mind because most of the hotels in the off-season remain empty. In this way you can easily find cheap hotels. Like the monsoon season is off season in Goa, you can also get a sewing hotel of Rs 500. In addition, in the off-season flight tickets get half the price compared to the peak season. You will not have to face the crowd in off-season.

Make Overnight Journey

If you want to go to some place, travel by train or flight at night, by doing this, you will be able to get rid of the problem of lodging the hotel for staying at night and will save money and you will be able to roam well during the day. Make a booking in a late-night train or a sleeper bus. Going along with booking will also save more if you make the booking at night.

Use Local Traffic

It is better to crawl in a city than to have a map with you and use local transport ie bus or metro etc. This will save you in the cost of your cab or auto.

Wait for cheap air tickets

Each airline company announces cheap tickets once or twice a year. If you have chosen the destination then wait for the airline’s announcement. Make a booking as soon as cheap ticket sales start, because the airline companies have a limited number of inexpensive tickets.

Eat good, spend less

When you are travelling, it’s better if you avoid having your regular favourites. Stuff like butter chicken and kadhai paneer are available everywhere. Choose to eat the local cuisine. Don’t go to the restaurant, ask the locals for advice, and then head to the local joints and dhabas. This way, you will be able to eat plenty of delicious food, and that too by not spending a lot on it.

Published by Srishti Chaudhary

A writer by passion and a blogger/YouTuber by profession. When I am not offering an insight into the many treasure troves of your favorite travel destinations, You can catch me on youtube and google.

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