Sunday, 20 February 2011

Spring Break: Coupons For Travel

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Spring Break is almost upon us, I know I can't wait. One of my earliest memories of Spring Break was when I was lifeguarding and went to Destin with a girlfriend of mine. We laid on the beach, sipped fruity, non alcoholic drinks with her parents, and got horribly sun burned. The best part about the trip? I didn't pay a cent.

As I got older and friends started to invite me along for holidays, I realized at some point I would have to pay my own way, and I did. When I accompanied my sorority sisters to Panama City, my mom informed me it was up to me to pay my own way. I was a bit disappointed, but I was motivated, so I started to dig for information. A girlfriend of mine told me to look for a coupon code online for travel expenses, services, or products pertaining to travel. I had no idea where to look and which sites were legit for finding coupons.

Luckily, I was able to track down a travel coupon for Orbitz, a site I use for travel anyway, which saved me 30% on my vacation and hotel. The best part was, my friends reaped the benefits as well as I was able to book one of the best hotels in the area at a much lower price. We split the cost.

Even today, I never book a vacation without looking for coupons first. Why pay full price when there are legitimate coupon sites set up just for us?



 

2 comments:

Emm said...
16 March 2011 at 06:27  

Wow, I usually look up 2-for-1 specials on hotels, restaurants, attractions and the Eurostar but I never thought of using them for package holidays or flights before. Thanks for the idea!

pharmacy merchant account said...
27 March 2011 at 23:59  

Yes, me and my best friend went to Daytona Beach when I was in eleventh grade. It was when Dr. Dre's The Chronic was out and that was all you heard driving up and down the beach.

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