Spring Breaking on a Budget
Although Spring Break was cancelled this year, it doesn't mean you can't check out these great money-saving tips for when you're ready to plan your next Spring Break getaway!
Tip #1: Don't Fly On Weekends
Airlines are notoriously known for estimating seasonal demand and adjusting their rates accordingly. Spring Break season ranges from mid-February to April, and during this time, flights in and out of Cabo San Lucas are higher than usual.
Fly on off-peak week days to avoid those high weekend flight costs and spend that extra money you saved on activities in-destination!
Tip #2: Start Planning In Advance
Year-over-year, we've only seen the demand for Spring Break heighten. This means it's become increasingly harder to wait for those "last-minute deals" and find something you'll love by holding off on booking your trip until a week before your travel dates.
If you are a group of 3 or more, we especially recommend that you start your trip planning at least 2-3 months prior to your travel dates. This way you can find the flights and hotels you actually want at great deals, without having to settle for options or spend more later down the line!
Tip #3: Book An All-Inclusive Resort
If you expect to be eating, drinking, and doing activities on Spring Break, nothing is going to save you more money than booking an all-inclusive resort. Unlimited food, alcohol, and entertainment included will make your Spring Break experience the full package for only slightly more per night versus booking a short-term rental property.
Tip #3: Find Your Promoter
Downtown Cabo has some of the best nightlife in any city around the world! Make sure that you're playing it smart by connecting with the one or two promoters on your resort's entertainment team that can get you the hook ups.
By spending about 40 bucks per person, you can get roundtrip transportation, VIP access, bottle service, and unlimited drinks all included for the night! Not to mention that you will be partying with spring breakers from your resort so it's safe and sound.
SVH Travel Team