Everyone loves to travel! Who doesn’t enjoy exploring a new country, tasting new and interesting foods, diving into the history and culture of a new city? Or if you’re less adventurous, at the very least kicking back and living like a local might sound appealing to you. But the problem is that it’s too expensive to travel!… Or so you think. This is why we’re excited to have Elaine Glusac, who is also known as The Frugal Traveler over at the NYT, joining us on the podcast today. We’re going to discuss the tricks to book the most affordable flights, if it’s frugal or cheap to go with the discount airlines, Elaine’s favorite under the radar destinations, her advice for traveling with kids, and plenty more today!
- Airfare hack – Skiplagged is how you can find ‘hidden city fares’ where you basically abandon your ticket during a layover bc you’ve already arrived!
- Working from wherever – And Selina is the site that Elaine recommended checking out if you’re looking for a way to travel abroad indefinitely, while still maintaining the ability to work and make a living.
- Tips – Check out our master list of tips to save money on travel!
- Credit Card Tool – Looking for the right credit card for you? Then check out our new credit card tool that’ll help you to easily filter through all the cards based on your preferred airline, whether or not they have an annual fee, or simply by the cash back offer! Just toggle the sliders and you’ll know which card to consider.
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