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Take advantage of these travel programs to save money

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With travel making a serious comeback, there has never been a better time to take advantage of different travel programs to get the most out of your trips and take the time off that you rightfully deserve. From racking up air miles to tracking flights for price drops, there are lots of ways to save so you have more to spend while you’re on vacation, and even save a little for the next trip!

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Top strategies for saving money on travel

Hotel and airline rewards programs

It’s hard to find cheap summer vacations, especially if you’re traveling to a popular destination. If you don’t want to sacrifice the time of year that you travel, you’ll benefit from signing up for a hotel rewards program. Once you gain enough points, you can book your accommodations at a fraction of the cost, and even enjoy additional perks, depending on which company you sign up with.

The World of Hyatt rewards program is a top pick for seasoned travelers because it offers different ways to earn loyalty points, like staying at Hyatt hotels or simply using Hyatt credit cards. You can also sign up for airline credit cards and earn air miles with companies like Delta, which offers lots of potential perks including upgrades, lounge access, and more.

Take advantage of travel insurance

Life is unpredictable, and it’s always better to be prepared and get travel insurance. If you travel frequently, you’re better off signing up for annual travel insurance, rather than paying for each trip. Not only is it cost-effective, but you’ll have less to worry about when it’s time to pack and prepare for your trip.

Book everything through an online travel agency

Most avid travelers would agree that Booking.com is the best online travel agency overall because it has the largest inventory of booking services, along with additional convenient amenities. Not only can you book your travel, accommodations, and rental car all in one place, but you can also hire taxis, book experiences in your destination city, and earn rewards for all of it.

Will flight prices go down before my trip?

The cost of airfare is notoriously unpredictable, so don’t make yourself crazy by looking up prices every day. Instead, use a flight aggregator and set it up to notify you of any price drops. Simply pick a time frame and a destination, and you’ll find out as soon as flights are available in your budget range.

Most of these platforms are sophisticated enough to let you know if the price you’re seeing is a good deal or not, so you’ll always be able to make an informed decision.

Previously known as Scott’s Cheap Flights, Going is a highly reputable company that delivers amazing flight deals right to your email inbox. For extra savings, browse online for promo codes and get an even better deal on your already-discounted airfare.


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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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