The Most Epic πŸ™ŒπŸΌ Guide πŸ“— to Traveling ✈️ like a Millionaire πŸ’° on a Budget ...

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Do you think that private jets and luxury accommodations are forever beyond your reach?

If you believe a lucky lottery ticket is the only way you’ll be a jetsetter, think again.2

There are ways to travel like a millionaire without taking out a second mortgage or doing irreparable damage to your credit card balance.

1. Avoid Hotels

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One of the best ways to travel on a budget is to avoid booking rooms in expensive hotels and instead look to the world of private holiday rentals.

Depending on how many of you are travelling together, the cost of renting a multi bedroom house for a length of time can be much cheaper than the price of hotel room per night.

Also, there is something much more exclusive feeling about staying in a house that you can call your own rather than being confined to a single hotel room or suite.

Airbnb have some amazingly unique properties and don’t forget about glamping as an option too.

2. Private Plane

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This might seem like something that is reserved exclusively for millionaires, but there are a few loopholes that could see you riding in your own private plane for a much smaller fee!

jetsuite.com offers a per hour rental of $5000 for chartering a plane, a fee that is still unreachable for most, but if you hang around for their last minute deals, you can actually bag an entire flight for figures as low as $550!

3. Off-Season

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If you are on a budget and want to get more holiday luxury out of your money, then it’s always a great idea to book to travel and stay during the off-season of whichever country you are visiting.

Fees always sky rocket during the summer, so if you can take time off during another part of the year, you will find that the figure you are willing to pay can get you a lot more than it would have in the most popular months.

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