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I travel around many country with working holiday visa and always discuss with people how to save money from working holiday travel, I find out this tips for how to save money when by planes, ships and dealing with accommodations, how to avoid the tourist traps, and how to find the best destinations.


Tip 1: clear the cookies and the cached data away from the computer

If you search for ticket prices at a website without buying, you’d better use a different browser or computer, or clear the cookies and the cached data away from the computer first next time when you visit the website again. Otherwise, the site will display some higher-priced tickets, this is because you have left cookies when you first access the data, and this site knows that you are anxious to buy tickets.



Tip 2: call the airline instead of ordering online 

How many of you are ordering the traveling products on the Web? We can't do this. People thought that all the traveling products were on the net, but the truth is far from that, because web sites usually only take what they want to out on the Web.


Tip3: Find a website with helful information about jobs

When I travel to Australia,I find out the website Freepackers ,they provide lots great jobs that may help you easy to check.There are many website in the world you can find it out on internet,before you travel to somewhere just search it on google.


Tip 4: Travel by train or campervan 

Train travel enthusiasts with spare time can consider about the campervan travel plan of campervan hire sydney . Also you can try travel by train, I think only $500 ($250 for children below 12 years old), you can enjoy a travel of get off at any time. You can go to see the relatives who could hardly get around during the travel. The travel agency will not know what you are doing.


Tip 5: Try not to use the frequent flyer card number to purchase flights

If you join an airline's loyalty program, you can use the frequent flyer card to check the price, but don't use it to buy a ticket. Last time the Delta offered me a fare of $ 529, but when he entered the frequent flyer card number, the ticket’s price immediately became $ 607; and the interpretation of the airline is that a different kind of ticket is available to frequent flyers.

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