7 Ways to Slash Vacation Food Costs

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      Liss

      I booked a room on priceline with the bid part and the room we got is suppose

      to be a studio, with full kitchen, one queen bed. It is normally $90 plus tax a

      night and we got it for $26 plus tax. Granted since we plan to take the kids we

      needed two beds, so I called the hotel and they said we could upgrade for $10 a

      night.

      —- Carrie <graycern@yahoo.ca> wrote:

      > We save on vacation food costs by going to the grocery store when we

      > are driving. Each year we do a cross-country trip to visit family.

      > Some days are spent entirely in the car driving. We often will stop

      > for one big meal at the grocery store. Many grocery stores have the

      > ready to serve chickens. Then we will buy a side such as mashed

      > potatoes. We buy one of the complete salad mixes and a package of

      > pre-washed baby carrots. This makes a great meal for much less than a

      > restaurant would cost. We always take paper plates and plastic

      > utensils. We always a cooler stocked with drinks and snacks.

      > Carrie

      >

      >

      > — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Liss” wrote:

      > Food costs

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