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Travel is one of those things that many students aspire to do. After all, when else can you travel a lot if not when you are young and full of audacity and energy? While exploring the world around, you can pretend to be a great adventurer. Аnd what better time is there to do this than while you are studying so you are right in the mood to learn something new not only from the books but also from the worlds around?

Traveling does not have to be something that breaks the bank and makes your wallet want to cry. Nothing puts a damper on the adventure like running out of money halfway through your trip and having to call home to your parents to have them wire you more money.

That is why we want to offer you some useful tips that can help you save money, and even help you make some while you are travelling.

 

  • Take Advantage of Student Discounts

 

Most airlines, as well as many other methods of travel, offer student discounts. This is true of a lot of hotels as well. Do a little bit of research before you head out and figure out what is there a new town can offer you and how can you maximize those discounts so that you get the most out of them.

 

  • Blog About Your Adventures

 

Creating a blog can help you spread the fun you experience in your journey and also monetize your adventures. Sitebuilder can be a wonderful place to get started. You can pick a theme and stick with it. If you share useful tips or describe your newly get experience in a funny or profound way, there will be always people interested in reading!

 

  • Affiliate Marketing

 

If you already have a blog or community website, affiliate marketing is a fantastic way to monetize it. All it takes is partnering with a business and promoting their product. The best way to do this is to make sure that the promotion is organic. In other words, make sure it relates to what you are already blogging about. Then, when people click on the links in your posts and make purchases, you earn a little bit of extra cash.

 

  • Where to Stay?

 

Airbnb and couchserfing can save you a ton of money when traveling abroad and you can get to know a lot of interesting people.

 

  • Skip the Eating Out When You Can

 

If you are on a low budget, leave visiting restaurants for the time when you are wealthy or visit only those ones that are really worth visiting. Instead, you can save a whole lot of money by shopping at a supermarket and preparing your food in the kitchen if your lodging has it.

According to Student Universe and Skift, students represent one of the key demographics and largest groups of travelers.

Whether taking advantage of student discounts, learning to make a little extra money on blogging, or using special services for low-budget travelers, there are so many things you can do  in your journeys! Eventually, travelling is not about money, it is about experience.