“The World is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” ~ St. Augustine
I love to travel! I’m always up for going somewhere. As a matter of fact, in 2013, my goal was to go somewhere – even if just for a weekend trip – at least once a month and I pretty much did that except for 2 months. It was awesome AND EXPENSIVE!
However, I wish I’d had the knowledge to really travel for less and how to save money on expensive airline tickets, hotel fees, car rentals, and entertainment. Heck, I can’t find airfare anymore for less than $350 or $400! Sheesh….
Since I knew I was going to be traveling more often, one thing I did was sign up for an airline credit card and, lo and behold, one of my flights last year was free (okay, not totally free as I had to $5 for handling)! #HUGEWIN!
However, I KNOW there are people who travel a lot more than I do and get HUGE discounts and find all types of ways to spend way less money when going places. I def need to know how to do that!
Well, recently, one of my uncommon dudes, Steve Bloom with Do Something Cool, released an ebook entitled, “Spend Less, Travel More: The Guide To Financing Your Travel Plans,” a down and dirty ebook with tips on how to travel on a budget, get free airfare, and much, much more!
Chapter Nine, Saving Money on Plane Tickets, is worth the price of the ebook for me! Oh and if you’re questioning why you should listen to Steve, here it is – he’s traveled all over the world on small budgets and is sharing the goodness he’s learned over the years to help us do the same! Thanks Steve! 🙂
So if you’re anything like me and want to travel more but use less of your hard earned financial resources to do so (who doesn’t want that!), then I highly recommend getting Steve’s ebook.
From Steve, “This book is simple and easy to follow. There’s no fluff or filler; it’s all actionable, relevant advice that you can start doing right away. The techniques in the book will pay off after just one flight.“
What travel hacking tips can you share off the cuff with us to save money?