How to Enjoy Oktoberfest on a Beer Budget

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Well-versed in the arts of drinking beer and not having much money, Tim Gregg has compiled an essential guide to Oktoberfest for the financially-challenged beer lover.

The Best New York City Summer Festivals Under $10

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Free summer entertainment is one of New York’s best kept secrets. Sara Clarke fills you in on where to go, what to see, and how to have the most fun at this year’s festivities.

Five Free Things to See in the United States

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Travel always has the potential to get expensive, but it’s also true that many of the world’s best attractions are free. Cherrye Moore chooses 5 unique and free attractions here in the USA.

Hitchhiking in Japan: It’s Almost Too Easy

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Though hitchhiking is virtually unheard of in Japan, Trevor Mogg was keen to stick his thumb out to see what happened….

Is Flashpacking Killing The Art Of Backpacking?

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Flashpacking has been the new buzz word in travel for some time now, Paul Dow looks at why flashpacking isn’t quite as glamous as it sounds when it comes to traveling the world.

Paris on Less Than $100 Per Day: Enjoy the City Without Breaking the Bank

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Paris is an amazing city but it can be a budget killer if you don’t pay attention. Julie Blakley is a cheapskate and an expert on the city, and she shares her best budget tips here.

Central America on $25 a day: Enjoy an Exotic Destination on a Tight Budget

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If you are looking for a new adventure but your budget is limited you might think about Central America. Julie Blakley pulled off a long trip on minimal funds and here she shares some expert advice.

California Wine Country: Planning a Cheap Trip Yourself

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If you aren’t careful then a trip to California’s Wine Country can cost a fortune, but it doesn’t have to. Katie Hammel has figured out helpful strategies to have a fantastic trip on a small budget.

Cheap Safari Tips: DIY at South Africa’s Kruger National Park

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If you’ve assumed safaris are only for the rich, think again. Katie Hammel pulled it off herself on a low budget, so she shares her expert tips for how to do it yourself.

Couchsurfing in Lisbon: Laughter, Loss and Love – Portugal, Europe

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A trip that was meant to be a romantic catalyst takes a horrific turn as food poisoning grabs a hold. Luckily, a portly and ever-smiling Portuguese man offers to help Liz Hubertz – for better or for worse.