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Must have items to carry on a trip to make it cost effective



Travelling can sometimes go over-budget with flights, hotel rooms, food, and travel expense and if you are on a budget you need to pack smart. Keeping a track of your expenses and using cash can help you cut down on your expenses.

You can cut costs by packing well and carrying a list of small items which will make your trip most cost-effective.

  1. Universal power adapter 

If you’re traveling to a different country, invest in a universal power adapter to ensure you’ll never have to buy extra chargers.

2. Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a must when you are travelling to a sunny or warmer place. You can just pick up the one which you use normally at home as picking a new one just for the trip can add to your budget.

3. Kindle or Tablet 

Instead of carrying hardcover books and investing in new books every time you travel, just carry a Kindle or tablet to save space and it is cost effective. You can also download and stream movies on it.

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4. Ziplock bags 

Reusable and zip log bags are another great idea to pack while travelling. They help in storing things like snacks and fruits as well as you can pack your shampoo, body wash etc and avoid the mess in case they spill.

5. Snacks 

It is always a great idea to pack your own snacks as food at the airport is notoriously expensive and eating out every day doesn’t seem like a feasible idea. It is good to keep knick-knacks with you for emergencies.


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