Guest blog post from Tracey Davies, PayPlan
With summer holidays coming to a close, a lot of families will be thinking about heading off on a late holiday.
But if you’re trying to rein in your spending, you might find that it isn’t financially feasible to go far.
As the cost of living increases, the popularity of ‘staycations’ is soaring as more people opt to stay at home – however it’s not always the most affordable option.
With the cost of attractions, activities and eating out in the UK relatively high, it can still add up – but it doesn’t have to.
Being prepared can help you have a great holiday at home without breaking the bank and our tips can show you how.
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