Travel is a necessary part of doing business, particularly if meeting important clients or attending crucial conferences. But between getting to your destination, lodging, and meals, not to mention getting around once you’ve arrived, it can get expensive. If you’re looking to lower your expenses,we can help with our special traveling tips.
When flying, bring your own snacks and even a blanket so you won’t have to pay the airline’s high prices for these items. Travel lightly to avoid paying baggage overage fees. Many essentials like toiletries, hair dryers and irons will be available either as a low-cost purchase or loan from wherever you’re staying.
If you’re a frequent visitor to a certain hotel or restaurant, check to see if they have a loyalty program: they may offer discounts to those with established relationships.
Decide where to eat wisely, and save the upscale restaurants for meeting clients or associates. If you’re debating on ordering alcohol, choose to stick with soda or water, which will help you both save money and stay focused.
Food tends to add up quickly if you eat out for every meal. When not with customers, try eating less expensively by occasionally hitting a street cart or even a grocery store instead of a sit-down restaurant. Try to book accommodations that include breakfast.
Finally, avoid renting a car and opt for Boston Corporate Coach™ limo services instead. You won’t have to pay for gas, can avoid any hidden costs like insurance, and don’t have to worry about returning it at a certain time to escape incurring extra fees. The prices are comparable, and the peace of mind is priceless. To make a reservation, call us today at 800-664-4480 or visit our website.