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Holiday Travel: How to Avoid Chaos and Save Money

Holiday Travel

It’s time for the holiday travel season. As a result, there will be a lot of traffic, pricey flights, crowded roads, and high petrol costs. Traveling around the holidays can be a stressful and expensive procedure, even though the hassles are frequently worth it once you arrive at your destination.
As you are surely aware, holidays tend to be expensive times to travel. However, this year seems to be even more pricey than normal. Fortunately, with a little preparation and certain tricks, you can outwit the costs and the pandemonium. Let’s get started!

Plan Ahead When Booking Your Flights

Get ready for some price shock: According to CBS News, holiday travel costs are up 25% for Thanksgiving and 55% for Christmas. Furthermore, according to the source, “prices are rising at a rate of roughly 4% every week.” So you might wish to make a reservation as soon as possible.
You can save a lot of money by flying before the rush or on holiday itself, in addition to making early reservations. The Seattle Times reports that the cost of a flight on a Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving or a few days before Christmas can increase by as much as $300.

Main Points

The cost of major travel expenses like hotels and airlines is predicted to increase throughout the holiday season.
The good news is that thrifty travelers can save costs by employing tactics like scheduling flights during off-peak hours and using prepaid toll passes.
Here are some ways to reduce your holiday travel expenses, whether you’re taking a plane or driving.

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