Trip Tips to Cut the Cost of Spring Break in Half

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High- and low-tech ways for the winter-weary to get to the sun without burning holes in their wallets.

From Palm Beach to Palm Springs, Panama City to Punta Cana, Myrtle Beach to Montego Bay, winter-weary spring breakers are looking for warm getaways that won’t burn holes in their wallets.

Fortunately, Money Talks News savings expert Stacy Johnson is here with some tips to help — and they’re not just for college students. Officials in spring tourist destinations say hotels are already seeing advanced bookings from family vacationers, too. Watch the video below for Stacy’s tips, and then keep reading for more advice on how to take a spring break without going broke.

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