Use these travel deals to save money for Spring Break

Spring Break is a great time to travel, but you don't have to go broke while doing it. Take advantage of these deals to save money along the way.

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Spring Break is the unofficial kick off to travel season for many people. This period usually starts the last week of March through the Easter holiday. This is a great time to take advantage of travel deals if you’re looking to get away with friends, family, or even a solo trip during this busy time of the year.

Southwest Airlines is one of the best airline options for travelers on a budget. This company frequently offers cheaper flights and free checked baggage, both of which are rare in today’s travel market. Those cheaper flights are also available during Spring Break. The company is offering $39 one-way tickets until May 22 when you leave on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Check out the sale page quickly to snatch up a cheap flight to kick off your fun-filled trip.

Cruises are another option if you’re looking to get away for a few days. Priceline is offering cheaper than usual trips on several top cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, and more. Perhaps hopping on a ship for a few days is the perfect way to spend a week with friends.

Spring Breakers can even find cheap options available for hotels. Finding somewhere to stay can frequently be a costly part of trip planning, but is here to help solve that problem. The travel platform is now offering 15 percent off hotels booked through the website if the stay is completed by April 1. This is for both within the United States, and several international locations like Cancun and Paris.

Spring Break is a popular time to take to the skies, seas, and beaches around the world. It doesn’t have to be a bank-breaker for those looking to enjoy the time. Taking advantage of these travel deals will allow you to experience the fun and keep some money in your bank account. Or spend it when you reach your destination.

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