Save Over $20 Every Single Day Of Vacation

 

  Vacations can be expensive. But they can also be worth so much more than the monetary investment. And that is what it is really. An investment.

By definition:

in·vest·ment
Noun
The action or process of investing money for profit or material profit. 

What profit comes from a vacation? Well there’s the obvious rest & relaxation. But along with that comes renewed focus, relationship bonding, peace, and more. All with a little investment. 

But what if I told you I found a way to save at least $20 per day, every day of your vacation?

And it won’t require three easy payments of $9.99! 

So, wanna know the secret?

Here it is….

This is Bryan on our vacation.
Eating lunch.
In the car.
That’s it! That’s how we save over $20 a day every day of vacation. We packed! I had a cooler in the backseat of the car filled with our refrigerated items and a crate next to it with our dry goods.
I was also able to coupon towards most of the items packed in cooler. Which brought down are total cost even more! You could easily do the same by buying what’s on sale or taking advantage of a Dollar Tree.
For our lunches I packed:
  • Land O Frost ham & turkey $3.49 each*
  • Bread $.88
  • Sargento sliced cheese  $1 each*
  • Snack Pack Pudding cups $.75*
  • 24 pack bottled water $2.99
  • Snapple iced tea $.54 each*
  • Pringles $1
  • Fruit roll ups $.75 each*
  • Hormel pepperoni $.50 each*

*After coupons

That’s under $20 total. About the cost of one lunch out to eat.
We even had leftovers! Having the drinks on hand was super helpful. Especially when we were walking the streets sight seeing, as I was able to refill it at water fountains. Such a great and easy trick to keeping under budget for your vacation.

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  • Jen @ HealthfulSaver
    April 30, 2015 at 9:32 pm

    And if you have kids, you don’t even want to eat out every meal because they get too ornery. Far better to plan ahead as you suggest.

    • Because... I'm cheap
      April 30, 2015 at 9:42 pm

      Exactly. I grew up always doing this with my parents. At least on the way to somewhere. Saves loads of time!

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