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The top TikTok travel hacks to save you money on your next trip

The top TikTok travel hacks to save you money on your next trip

Travel: it’s one of the greatest pleasures and privileges out there. But boy, can it get expensive.

From train tickets and air fares to hotels, dinners out and sightseeing, the bill can soon wrack up if you’re not careful. And, while many of us are desperate to plan our dream, bucket-list getaways after years of travel restrictions and lockdowns, it’s coincided with a period of belt-tightening and budgeting amid the cost of living crisis.

So how to take a trip without breaking the bank?

TikTok can be one of the handiest and most helpful sources of inspiration for those looking to stretch their money further. The entertainment platform is jam-packed with content creators from all walks of life sharing their top hacks for saving money – and there’s a veritable smorgasbord of tips when it comes to travel.

From keeping spending down by opting for a domestic break to ways to save when booking transport; from where to stay on a shoestring to the best attractions you can see for free: these TikTok travel afficionados know their stuff. Forget perfectly retouched photos of influencers reclining in five-star hotels – these creators are dedicated to finding the best deals and budgeting ideas and sharing them with their followers.

Take Sarah Toyin (@sarahtoyin), a TikTok creator who zones in on holidaying for less and solo travel. She kept down the price of her latest trip by swapping long-haul for a staycation in Cornwall.

First up, she shared her experience of taking the overnight coach from London to Penzance. “It was a long journey but the trains and flight tickets were a lot more expensive,” she captions her informative video. “Travelling via coach was a lot more budget and affordable for me.”

The 10-hour National Express journey cost her just £20.60 one-way, despite her booking it “super late”. The coach departed the capital at 11pm and arrived into Penzance at 9am the next morning after multiple stops along the way. Her video shows the seats onboard and highlights that they come with plug sockets – a nice touch. Sarah’s verdict? “The coach was a decent option for travelling on a budget.”

She shared more of her Cornwall experience on TikTok, including how to travel around the coastal county without a car: “I mainly used the Coaster buses,” she explains, writing that “it is possible do Cornwall without a car, it just requires planning and time management”. She used the Atlantic Coaster and Land’s End Coaster to take in…

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