Ways To Save Big On Your Holiday Travel Plans
With November upon us, you may be contemplating where to spend the holidays. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a beautiful location this time of year. The warmer temperatures and gorgeous weather this year offers plenty of opportunities to stay on the golf course or walk the beach to your heart’s content. Take advantage of the less expensive airline tickets and reduced prices on rentals at this time of the year. And when you’re looking for accommodations, be sure to check out the Specials we have to offer right here at Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals.
Here are tips on how to save on your holiday travel when you’re planning that Thanksgiving vacation in Myrtle Beach.
~ Be flexible as to the days you are willing to travel and add a few days to your trip before and/or after the peak holiday travel days.
~ Consider flying on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day or early New Year’s Day when many airlines offer significant savings.
~ Be open to taking connecting flights since an itinerary that includes one stop can often save you as much as $100 over a direct flight.
~ Consider flying part way then driving the rest of the way to your destination or drive to a different airport and fly from there.
~ If you are sure of your travel plans, many places offer discounts for making a non-refundable reservation.
~ Vacation package prices are usually cheaper than reservations made separately for airline tickets, hotel rooms, and a vehicle rental. If you will be staying at a hotel at your destination, always look into package pricing.
~ Save on that rental car. If you’re visiting family it doesn’t hurt to ask if they’d pick you up and return you to the airport. Are most of the places you want to visit within walking distance?
With all the money you’ll save following these tips and taking advantage of our special deals on MB vacation rentals, you’ll be able to stay and enjoy your holiday vacation for another day or two!
All of us at Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!