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Last updated on April 27th, 2009 at 06:52 pm
These days, everyone, even RVers, is looking for ways to save money. We’ve covered RV club, camping club, gas card and other discounts of Interest to RVers.
Here are a few more ways to extend your RV travel dollars.
Chamber of Commerce
If you’re planning your trip, check out the Chamber of Commerce website for the towns and cities you plan to visit. Call or email to request an information packet by mail. If you are on the road just stop in.
Not only will these info packets have plenty of brochures and information on various local attractions, they often include discount coupons.
Restaurant.com is a service that sells restaurant gift vouchers at a discount. You can typically get a $25 dining certificate for less than $10. Search their database for restaurants in the areas you’ll be visiting. Be sure you take advantage of Senior discounts and Senior menus.
Most major museums in the United States have one day a month or week where tickets are discounted or free. When you’re doing your research and planning your outings, make sure you investigate.
Theater, Concert, Sports & Events
If you’re headed to a big city and want to take in a show, concert, ball game or other event look for a discount ticket outlet. They sell off unsold event seats last minute at considerable discounts. Here are a couple sites to check out:
If you belong to AAA, ask about them about discounts on hotel, restaurant, theme park and offers along your route.
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