Monday, October 20, 2008
Strategies for navigating notoriously pricey cities like Tokyo, London, New York, and Honolulu, along with unique experiences in each that won't cost you a penny.
We recently asked through our blog for your advice on how to really stretch a dollar, and you more than came through. Here are some of our favorite tips.
They're not for everybody: Research, patience, good timing—and often a bit of luck and sweat—are required. But there's no beating the price.
FROM OUR BLOG
Every weekday, our blog dishes up the latest info on trip-planning websites and tools, events and openings, and the hottest destinations. Here's a sampling of budget-conscious posts.
We tapped writers here and abroad for advice on how to beat the high costs of Europe.
THE REAL DEALS
editors write up a new deal each weekday, with frank analysis of included perks, extra fees, and what makes it a good value. A fall getaway may be cheaper than you think!
- Grand Canyon Train Ride, From $270
- Germany, 4 Nights/Car, $315
- Cancún, Air/Hotel, 3 Nights, $418
- Seattle & Victoria, Hotel/Cruise, $439
- Toronto, Air/3 Nights, From $449
- Ponce, Puerto Rico, From $488
- Thanksgiving in Europe, From $569
- Ireland Pub Tour, 4 Nights, $579
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Can paradise on earth come cheap? Alexis Kelly, editor of the Fodor's
guidebook to Tahiti and Polynesia, answers your questions on Tuesday, October 21 at noon (ET). Submit a question now.Submit a question now
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