How to make 1 night of your stay FREE

When traveling, sometimes the preparation can make you more stressed than the reason you decided to book the vacation in the first place.

The point of getting away from your day-to-day is to break up the anxiousness having a full to-do list always brings.

While a trip might be your solution to destress, realizing you have to book a flight, hotel, and entire itinerary for your whole stay can be a nightmare.

Let me ease your stress by telling you a trick that not only takes care of those things for you, but can even make 1 night of your stay FREE of charge.

Needing to take a vacation is a common ailment of today’s working masses.

Going into the same job day after day is enough to make anyone crazy, even if you are passionate about what you do.

That’s why my fellow writer, Lea, and I decided to make a guide for you to ease your traveling worries.

Deciding you need a vacation is a hard enough choice, let alone picking where or when to go.

Thankfully, Lea and I didn’t have to worry about that.

We’re headed to the Fabulous Las Vegas for our Fourth Annual Wealth Summit December 7th and 8th.

We knew our destination and how we were getting there, but that still left the question of what we should do once we stepped foot off the plane.

That’s how I ran into this incredible travel trick that YOU can use when you join us in Vegas, (and for any of your upcoming vacations).

I’m sure you’re familiar with vacation packages and travel sites.

They all claim to have the lowest rates, but I know you don’t have the time to sift through all of them to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

That’s why I’ve compiled some of the best ones for you, so you don’t have to.

Statistics show that over 271,000 hotels, 400 airlines, and 70 rental car companies compete for your business when you decide a vacay is on your horizon.

They all want you to book with their service, and the better vacation sites I’m going to tell you about use that to their advantage.

They negotiate with the hotels, airlines, and rentals so they can bring YOU the best deal.

Sound too good to be true?

Don’t worry. These sites are tested and vetted for their legitimate bookings and savings.

The first one I came across was Travelocity.com.

It happens to be one of Expedia’s sister sites, another deal broker that I’m going to highlight.

What I learned from Travelocity is booking your flight, hotel, and even rental car all at once can mean a BIG difference for your cash.

As in it’ll pay for one night at your hotel kind of difference.

If all you have to do is bundle your purchases to shave off a couple hundred bucks, that’s definitely a deal worth taking!

Travelocity also offers you the option to book ‘Things to Do’ in advance for your destination.

You simply enter the dates you’ll be in town, and they compile all of the relevant shows, events, and attractions in the area.

They even offer better prices than you’d pay at the window when you got there.

These kinds of sites are perfect for the planner in you, and unless you’re someone who completely wings it, they can save you a lot of time and heartache.

While Travelocity is great, and I highly recommend using it to peruse Vegas attractions on and beyond the Strip, its sister company Expedia may just take the cake.

Expedia also offers savings to travelers who bundle their purchases, but they have exclusive deals that you can’t find anywhere else.

They claim you can save $495 just by booking your flight and hotel at the same time.

Imagine how much more you could save by adding a rental car or transportation costs to that total and watching as the site shaves off dollars.

I know I’ll be checking both of these sites extensively over the next 2 weeks because that’s all the time I have left before we fly out to Vegas!

Lea and I are so excited to see all the sights and learn the history of this unique destination.

We sincerely hope you’ll decide to join us!

Let us know if you’ve already reserved your seat at the Annual Wealth Summit so we can count on seeing you there.

If you have any questions about the event, Vegas, travel, or anything like that, don’t hesitate to let us know.

I hope you take advantage of these travel loopholes while you book you trip to come see us.

What you save on a hotel could go towards a show, an out-of-town excursion, or even some extra pocket money for the casinos.

As they say, the world is your oyster, and Las Vegas is now ripe for cracking.

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