Tips And Tricks For Saving On Travel This Year Presented By Endless Travel VacationsReported by i-Newswire.com on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 (on May 30, 2012)
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In these trying economic times, Endless Travel Vacations planner understands that every penny counts and "a penny saved is a penny earned". Family vacations can be expensive and exhausting and Endless Travel vacation tips might just do the trick in helping you make the very most of your family travel this year.
Endless Travel Vacations offers some great travel advise, this time on finding ways to save money on your travels this summer. We have scoured the internet to find some of the best travel web tools available.
Once you reach your destination, you’ll need a place to stay. Veteran traveler Chris Guillebeau (who is trying to visit every country in the world by the time he turns 35) says Priceline is a good source for discounted hotel rooms but notes the site doesn’t disclose minimum successful bids. Guillebeau says you can often get around this by searching Google for “Priceline winning hotel bids” to locate sites that list this info.
If you don’t need pampering, consider staying in a hostel. Hostels offer budget-priced accommodation for independent travelers. Rooms are generally dormitory-style, but many hostels also have a few single or double rooms available. For my upcoming trip to London, I’ve been browsing the listings at Hostel World and Hostel Bookers, two sites that provide hostel ratings, reviews, and more. (In my searches, Hostel Bookers usually had the better prices.) Travel-planning site BootsnAll also provides a hostel search, as well as tools for finding flights and hotels.
Air Ninja lets you find flights on low-cost airlines around the world. It’ll also hook you up with traditional travel aggregation tools such as Kayak, Orbitz, and Expedia. It’s worth checking every airfare tool you can find.
Airfare Watchdog is a fun site for flexible fliers. Enter the cities you want to travel to and/or from, and Airfare Watchdog will send you email updates about the cheapest available flights. (The site also lists its top 50 fares, topped at the moment by an $18 round-trip ticket between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.)
When you book your flight, visit SeatGuru, which offers layouts of hundreds of aircraft from different airlines. Want more legroom? A power outlet? Someplace far from the toilets? SeatGuru can help you find the perfect seat on your next trip.
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