With a lot of families traveling this summer it is key to be prepared as well have the tools and tips to make the most out of your experiences. To help us out Momtrends had the chance to interview the lovely Amy Tara Koch.
As a style expert, author, journalist and travel aficionado (she took her daughter to Paris last year - among many cool trips that she has been on), Amy shared some fantastic tips on families can stay within their budget by using innovative apps, finding deals and how to use credit cards like the Bank of Americacard to earn points for summer travel plans. Check out some of her tips below and fun interview below to navigate your summer plans with zero stress.
Amy Tara Koch's travel tips:
STEALS & DEALS: Look for airfare aggregation sites that allow you to set fare alerts to get cheapest price. Beat expensive hotel fees by looking for places where kids stay free or find apartments for rent by owners.
CHARGE IT: Take advantage of travel rewards credit cards to earn points that can be redeemed for airfare, hotels, and rental cars. Look for cards that let you redeem for less-obvious travel purchases such as amusement park admission or zoo and aquarium entry fees.
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THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT: Look out for the many cost-cutting, time-saving, chaos reducing apps that are out there - they are all designed to make your travel experience smoother and cheaper.
Video interview with even more tips on how to save this summer:
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