Quick Answer: How Can A Student Save Money For Travel?

Here are some tricks, from one University student to another, that I used to save up travel money throughout college:

  • Live at home.
  • Get a part time job, or two!
  • Minimize spending on material goods.
  • Make sure your bank is the BEST for you.
  • Stop eating out.
  • Clear clutter and sell it online.
  • Make your own COFFEE.

How can a student save for travel?

Here’s how she cut costs as a student and saved for her dream trip around the world.

  1. Set Your Eyes on the Prize.
  2. Maximize Your Student Loan Grace Period.
  3. Break Your Savings Goal into Baby Steps.
  4. Stick to the Bare Necessities.
  5. Reframe Every Dollar.
  6. Sell Everything.
  7. Cut Out Rent.
  8. Enjoy Your Trip!

How can a student travel cheap?

10 ways to stretch your student travel dollar

  • Do your research.
  • Be flexible.
  • Work for accommodation.
  • Stay cheap – or for free (without working)
  • Get a student discount card.
  • Take advantage of discounts on trains and buses.
  • Or try ridesharing.
  • Save with student-only flight discounts.

How much money do you need to travel for a month?

The amount is going to vary wildly depending on where you want to travel, and how thrifty you are. But for long-term budget travel, I usually recommend planning to spend at least $1500 per month.

How much cash should I carry while Travelling?

Inform your bank and credit card company that you will be traveling. I usually take some US $50 or $100 bills for emergency use. The amount depends on the length of the trip. $200 should be plenty for a short trip. The same as other people, I carry about $200 (equivalent) and use my cc.