How to Save Money for Travel

Holidays, in these times of crisis, have become a luxury that very few can afford. In order to enjoy a few days of rest and relaxation, many people must save in advance, this also allows us to have a good margin to carry out those activities we want during our days off. At we leave you some tricks so that you know how to save to travel and thus enjoy your well-deserved vacation.

Step One

The most crucial step is to plan the trip in advance. You have to be clear about when you are going to travel and where you want to go, in this way you can organize yourself better. Start by looking at the possibilities and making rough calculations of the amount of your vacation.

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Step Two

Buy yourself a piggy bank and every month put an amount that you mark. Something affordable, that you can really invest without affecting the rest of your financial commitments for the month. Do it the first day of each month or the same day you receive the payroll amount.

Step Three

Think about the unnecessary expenses you have on an ongoing basis. Surely you buy that you don't always need. Don't do it and think about your vacation before. That money, save it. You will see how you can save a significant amount.

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Step Four

If you are used, for pure pleasure, to having breakfast every day on the street, having lunch or dinner out very frequently, reduce it.

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Step Five

Likewise, outings with friends do not always have to be in a bar. You can invite your colleagues over to your house and save the money you would spend drinking and tapas on the street. Meet them for dinner periodically, and try as many times as possible to eat at home before going out for a few drinks, this will allow you to save the money you constantly spend on these meetings.


  • Write down what you spend on a table and thus you will control it.
  • Cut down on unnecessary expenses, but don't get hung up on it.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Uncomo