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Painless Ways to Cut Vacation Spending

Vacations are another way you can save money. Below are a few tips to help you save on your next vacation. *Learn the exchange rate - This seems like common sense, but knowing the exchange rate will permit you knowing when you're paying too much or at least more than you want to be spending. *Make a budget - By setting yourself a boundary on what you can spend each day, you'll start to subconsciously limit yourself. *Make it a game - If you're traveling with someone else, try to make it a game to see who can spend the smallest amount of money. *Walk - Instead of paying for transportation and taxis, why not get a little exercise and save money at the same time? *Eat where the locals eat -You have certain places that you eat because they're good and they're inexpensive.

So do people in other countries. *Take some risks - Visit the less significant stores that you find but aren't all that crowded. You will discover beautiful things at lower prices because they're not catering to the tourists that are going to be there. *Talk to locals - When you're interested in something, talk to the locals about where you might be able to find it. You will learn things that you wouldn't get out of your guidebook as well as where these activities are cheaper.

*Don't drink your money away - Try to limit your alcohol wherever you can or save it for a few special days. It's easy to spend too much. *Choose one thing - And then spend a lot of money on that. *You only live once - When all else fails, just spend a little more than you thought that you would. You aren't going to be there everyday, so why not make the most of it when you are? .


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