Coupons are a budget traveler’s best friend – you can find them all over the place

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Coupons can be found almost anywhere. Before booking any trip, look online and in newspapers and magazines for coupons and promotional codes. Check your email – especially if you subscribe to any travel companies or websites that send out deal specials – and your snail mail, too. Credit card statements often include special discounts on travel, and so do partners of other companies you may already do business with. Even after you reach your destination, pick up “Welcome” magazines & local brochures at your arrival airport, hotel, car rental agency and elsewhere – they are full of useful information and coupons, too. Huge travel & sightseeing discounts exist everywhere, you just have to look for them. Consider buying the Entertainment book at for even more savings in whatever market you are traveling to.

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posted by travelgurl (Contributor | 190 Points) on 03-08-2010 05:53 PM
Sign up for everything.
This is so true. I sign up for all the newsletters of airlines I travel with regularly, and companies I am interested in. They let you know first about all the deals and it's easy to save 20% or more.
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posted by Walker602 (Contributor | 120 Points) on 03-26-2010 04:36 PM
Student travel
STA travel often has good prices for flights and travel packages. You are required to buy a student identity card, but you can do this even if you aren't a student. The card also serves as proof for other student discounts.
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