Honeymoons and frugality aren’t normally associated with one another, but extravagant, (hopefully) once-in-a-lifetime vacations offer ample opportunities to save some money for the real world that follows newlywed bliss.
A Lending Tree post offers suggestions for newlyweds to cut costs on the excursions:
*Consider a staycation. If you’ve got thousands of dollars at hand you could use to take you to an exotic locale, you could save the money for something more practical and just stay at home, cutting yourself off from the outside world to simulate the intimacy of a vacation.
*Travel to an all-inclusive resort. Travel expenses to places you’ve never been tend to pile up unexpectedly, but sign up for an all-inclusive package that piles activities, meals and lodging into one price tag and you can take much of the guesswork out of the deal.
Honeymoon veterans, how did you save money during your trip?
5 Money Saving Honeymoon Tips [Lending Tree]