Fall is the season for bargains and good travel deals. Kids are back to school and parents are back to work. Thus, the number of bookings significantly decreases, and prices follow the trend accordingly.
In some ways, visiting new places between September and November is better even if money is not an issue – fewer crowds, cool sweater weather, less frantic pace and vibrant fall foliage. Spend several days celebrating the new season with hayrides, corn mazes and haunted houses.
A good way to save money is by considering when you’re going to your destination. Timing is a huge factor in pricing. Don’t travel around Columbus Day, other holidays, or when there are concerts or even conferences scheduled – no coupon will make the price low enough.
The unnecessary stress of spending more than you can afford can be avoided. Now is the time for attractive packages that often include free or heavily discounted nights as well as some VIP perks. You can get an ocean view room at a luxurious resort or a suite with a private balcony look at stunning fall foliage at a fraction of the cost.