Hello fellow Budget Travellers,
I hope the weather where you are is as nice as what we're getting today here in Calgary. When you live in a place with a real winter, the snow is great - but only to a point!
With the start of spring, travel becomes ever more of a necessary temptation. It's time to look at the camping gear, the bicycle, the summer clothes. Over at the mall there are some great deals on offer at one of the big discount flight centres.
I get about a dozen regular email travel newsletters, and about ten or twenty more which come from time to time. Today I've written an article suggesting a good way of making sure you don't get overwhelmed, but that you do get some useful information via email.
I shy away from saying exactly which email newsletters and travel websites anyone should subscribe to, because we all have different needs and plans. However, in future I'll review some of the ones I read myself and perhaps we can compare notes.
Here's the latest article from the Budget Travel site at BellaOnline.com.
Using Email Newsletters to Your Advantage
Some things to consider in signing up for email newsletters for travel deals.
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Til next time, happy travels,
Jill Browne, Budget Travel Editor
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