Wallet-Friendly Tips for Living It Up in Los Angeles Modest Money2 Comments

Traveling to Los Angeles? If so, you’ll want to stay out of the expensive touristy places. Yeah, you can still have fun without it costing you an arm and a leg.

Choose The Right Travel Option

Before you even think about booking a hotel, book your flight. You can save a lot of money just by shopping around several months prior to your trip. Sites, like Hipmunk, will help you search deals on flights, lodging, and more.

Most plane ticket prices are at their lowest on Tuesday or Wednesday. And, you’ll get optimal pricing at least 3 weeks out.

Save Money On Room and Board

When you arrive in Los Angeles, it’s important to find a cheap place to stay. The area is known to be pretty expensive, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find a decent hostel or rent a room from someone through AirBnB.

Hostels can cost you roughly $25 per night, and some places offer free meals with your stay. The catch? You have to be willing to bunk with lots of other people in the same room or in close quarters. It will sort of feel like you’re back in college, sans the books and 6AM classes.

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