Dream Getaway: Take a Step Back from the Daily Grind of Work, and Treat Yourself to a Vacation

The weather is warming, days are getting longer and it’s the perfect time to get outside. Take it a step further this spring, and take a dream vacation! Most people think a dream vacation is out of their budget, but with the right planning it’s really manageable. Here are a few tips we have to help you take the vacation you’ve always wanted, without spending every last penny you have.

  1. Tickets on the Cheap

Plane tickets are one of the bigger expenses when it comes to long distance travel. If you are lucky, you can use some credit card reward miles towards your tickets. If you aren’t so lucky, consider using a site like Travelocity to see what deals they are offering. Before you even pick your  destination, check out the plane tickets and then chose where to go. If you are flexible, you can definitely find a deal to somewhere enjoyable.

  1. Amazing Accommodations You Didn’t Even Know About

Do you remember the TV commercials about ten years ago with the catch line “there’s an app for that”? Well it’s true; there is literally an app for everything these days. Check out some apps like Airbnb, HostelWorld, or couchsurfers. Depending what you are looking for and how much you plan to  spend, you could find a nice private loft for less than a basic hotel room.

  1. Group Deals

Use your networks and try to rally a group together in order to utilize group discounts. Checkout Groupon regularly to see what kind of deals they are offering and get your friends excited. Usually, the more people that are involved in looking, the better deals you will find. So, if you wanna getaway, spend time with friends, and do it on a budget… do it together!!
As a young hard working adult, you deserve a vacation every now and then. With the countless resources available to you, it’s possible! Don’t sit and dream any longer, get to work and plan the best vacation you can possibly think of.

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