1. ENTER CONTESTS & SWEEPSTAKES TO TRAVEL THE WORLD
I could sit all day long on the computer & never be able to enter every contest out there. Only drawback in the US is you will have to pay taxes on your winnings every year. How do I find them? Google Search, Instagram, Twitter and join a good newsletter. I have won over 50 trips in the past 10 years around the world. I belong to several newsletters who pay people to sit eight hours a day to search for these sweeps and feed them to me daily. By Subscribing to these newsletters for the cost of around $50.00 a year (one dinner) it saves me a lot of time searching. Two of my favorite sights are listed below. Please say I referred you, so I will get credit thanks
Here is another great newsletter, with videos to show you how to enter and some more sweeps
2. ANOTHER GREAT WAY TO SAVE IS WITH APPS, LIKE IBOTTA
I’m a single person and here is what I have saved in a year. I shop, scan and cash out to pay pal, gift cards etc. This amount $300.00 only took me about a year to accumulate and add to my travel budget!
Here is my referral link we work as a team to earn more *ALSO RECEIVE 10.00 BONUS FOR SIGNING UP* FREE MONEY ALREADY
3. SHOP ONLINE THROUGH SKY MILES SHOPPING
Great way to keep your hard-earned air miles active and earn additional miles. Plus, the goods purchased will be delivered to your door. I find I save money shopping on-line because I stay focused on what I am buying instead of letting a sales person or colorful store display sway me to buying more.
4. If YOU ARE MAKING A LARGE PURCHASE OPEN UP A NEW CREDIT CARD.
The perks can really add up fast when you first open a new card. Be sure to pay off the card each month or have saved the money to pay it off otherwise interest will over ride your savings. I look at other travel blogs to find out which credit cards are offering the best deal at the present time.
5. KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN AND POCKETBOOK SHUT
Ask yourself before you purchase that new dress or item do you really need it? Would you rather have a closet full of nice clothes or memories of a bucket list trip. Set goals for yourself and reward yourself occasionally with a splurge. I have cut the cable cord, shop thrift shops, watch for sales, and walk more (Keeps me healthier to hike on trips too) I bought a cookbook at the Good Will for 1.00 and have saved hundreds cooking quick awesome meals at home. I splurge when traveling on meals I can not get at home. Read other blog sites on how to save money too.
If you have found any of this helpful let me know with a like or comment. I can blog a little more on entering and winning contests too if interested. Actually, watch my feed for more trips that I have won. Just got back from an all-inclusive vacation, courtesy of Michelob Ultra to The TPC Sawgrass PGA championship golf course. How many people can say they played their first round of golf on a championship course for nearly free? (except IRS taxes)