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Save big on your Beach Vacation

by Renee Taliaferro on June 19th, 2008

Save BIG on your Beach Vacation Getaway

Savvy travelers know that is one of the net’s best sources for beach vacation planning. And now our site is better than ever, with an updated Vacation Specials section that offers info on hot deals all along the Florida and Alabama Gulf Coast. Just click on for discount hotel reservations, affordable family vacation packages, last-minute vacation packages, golfing packages, and other travel incentives. We’ve made it easy for resort owners to revise their information, so it’s always up to date. Check out our Specials, and book a dream vacation at a very affordable price.

Summer Travel Budgeting Tips from

o Plan ahead to discover the shortest route. Tips from locals can often save hours of travel time and gallons of gasoline. They also should be able to point out the best spots for bathroom breaks and meals en route. Also, check out our blog post from May on Quick Driving Directions to Destin, SanDestin, Hwy 30A and Fort Walton.

o Rent a condo or single-family home. These are incredible vacation values for those traveling on a tight budget because they offer fully equipped kitchens. It’s easy to save money by eating fewer meals out.

o Buy tickets to water parks and other attractions online. Many times, purchasing online saves $5 to $10 per person on entry fees.

o When renting a house or condo, check out the property management firm’s website for coupons and other money-saving offers. Often, these management professionals have already negotiated discounted fees from local vendors.

o Fill the gas tank prior to arrival, and bring bathing suits, towels, floats, and nonperishable groceries. Tourist areas generally have higher prices on just about everything, especially gasoline. In fact, filling the tank about an hour away saves an average of 10 to 20 cents per gallon. Finally, just relax and have fun. An annual vacation is a priceless time to enjoy family and friends.

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