Planning A Budget Holiday Or Days Out

The way finances and the economy is most people don’t bother with a good luxury  abroad holiday as it’s just too expensive, especially if you have multiple kids.

This year we opted for a budget holiday week were we did everything as cheap as possible so as not to feel the pinch the rest of the year because of it.

#1 PreBook

We found if we planned our days out and book tickets prior to attending we saved a few pound each entry which soon added up.

#2 Take a picnic

Alot of places where people tend to go for days out charge extortionately for food and drinks as they know they have a captive audience. Take your own and save a small fortune.

#3 Nature Parks

 Check out your local national trust parks and walks, a lot are free or generally the ones that charge the year entry is not much more then the daily price so you can visit multiple times.

#4 Visit Voucher Sites

Many voucher sites offer great discounts on things that could make your holiday that bit more fun. Weather it be something like an activity or excursion.Groupon is a prime example of a saving site that I visit first, you can search by different locations to see the  latest holiday savings at Groupon. There are massive savings to be had so I could check them out and make your money go further.

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#5 Kids Go Free

There are many places that offer kids go free spaces or under a certain age are free. These are worth finding and making the most of them before you blink and your child’s grown up and no longer free.




*** This is a Collaboration post but all views are honest and my own***