Tommy Middaugh, Travel to Go Executive, Provides 4 Outstanding Tips for Frugal Student Summer Travel

Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go lists some great tips to help college students save some money during summer travel.

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San Diego, California (PRWEB) July 07, 2014

Travel To Go, as a luxury travel provider, wants to make sure that all vacationers have the perfect travel experience and have the most enjoyable time possible. However, Tommy Middaugh knows that for college students, this can be difficult. With the expenses of school, and often housing, transportation, and groceries on top of that, it can be hard for students to have the funds for summer travel, even travel home.

Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go executive believes that everyone who wants to travel should be able to, so he has provided these great tips to help students save money while they make their travel plans this summer.

1.    Budget: The most important thing for every traveler with limited funds, especially students, is to make sure that they set a budget in advance. They should research and calculate their costs for transportation, lodging, and dinning first, include a small emergency fund, and then allow themselves whatever is left in the budget for fun money. Doing this in advance instead of trying to do it on the go will allow student travelers to stick to their budget and not overspend.

2.    Be willing to explore on foot: A great way to save money when in a vacation destination is to spend more time exploring on foot and less time going to expensive attractions. Tommy Middaugh Travel To Go executive knows that travelers can take in the local atmosphere by doing this and save some money while doing it.

3.    Cook: Buying fast food or dinning in restaurants can get very expensive very fast, so student travelers should try to pack and prepare their own food whenever possible. Take a cooler on road trips, or look for hotels that have mini-fridges and bring a crock pot to make meals instead of buying them.

4.    Backpack: Backpacks are typically less expensive, more durable, and easier to keep hold of than fancy luggage. Student travelers should consider traveling with a backpack instead of shelling out the money for the less convenient alternative.

If they follow these tips, Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go knows that student travelers should be able to save money and still enjoy great trips this summer. To learn more about fantastic travel experiences, visit http://www.traveltogo.com/.

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