3 Ways to Save on Your Spring Break Vacation

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Spring is finally here and you know what that means: spring break y’all! Indeed, this is the time of year when everyone gleefully flings off their winter coats, grabs their bikinis and swim trunks, and heads to warmer lands to unwind. But while resort life might certainly be the best life, it isn’t exactly the most affordable. Unfortunately, vacations can get pretty expensive — particularly for individuals who are looking to get away on a budget.

Luckily, you don’t have to throw those plane tickets away in dismay just yet. Rather, there are ways to have affordable vacations that allow for maximal fun in the sun. Here are three ways to have an affordable yet luxurious spring break getaway:
All Inclusive Vacation Packages
All inclusive resorts allow you to have your cake and eat it too. When you pay for an all inclusive vacation, it means that not only are you accommodations accounted for, but your food, alcohol, and entertainment are covered as well. This frees up a lot of cash for those flashy souvenirs you’ve had your eye on! All inclusive vacation resorts typically offer package deals for groups or couples. It’s a great way to live in luxury on a budget.

Vacation Rentals
For the price of one night in a small hotel room, you can likely pay for days in one of many large villas for rent. Villas provide both ample space and extra amenities that a hotel wouldn’t normally offer, including a full-service kitchen, a laundry room equipped with a washer and dryer, and more rooms.

Eat Out Less
Now, this sounds a lot less fun than it actually is. For many, going out to eat is the pinnacle of the vacation. In new and exotic lands, it’s exciting and fun to try new and exotic foods. However, if you’re eating new and exotic foods for every meal, the expense will quickly add up. But did you know that grocery shopping while on vacation could could your costs in half and be just as fulfilling? This is especially true for those considering vacation rentals with full kitchens. Cooking your own meals two times a day while on vacation challenges you to engage with local ingredients and encountering an authentic food experience in food markets.

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