Are you saving up for a New England vacation? Do you wish you could treat your kids to more day trips or escape with your sweetie for more frequent weekend getaways? Good news! Deals and savings are always available if you want to experience New England on a budget. You just need to know where to look... and you've found the right place!
There's really no excuse to sit at home when you can be boarding a nuclear submarine, viewing art masterpieces, watching potatoes become chips or sampling beer--all absolutely free! Those are just a few hints of what you'll find in the top 10 things to do in New England without spending a nickel.
That's right. Breakfast is included! And you'll still enjoy a getaway for less than a Benjamin at these eclectic inns. If you've been putting off all-important time for two for too long, don't let money be an obstacle. Or go solo and treat yourself to a change of scenery. You probably spent more on your last pair of shoes, and a peaceful night away will do much more to boost your spirits.
Boston is an expensive city, so you'll need to take advantage of every deal available if you want to visit the Hub on a budget. Here are some of the best discount programs available to Boston travelers. They'll save you real dollars on attractions, dining, and shopping.
Where's the best place to buy live lobster in Maine without paying a premium? Discover the Lobster Co-op, where you can pick up fresh, cheap lobsters to cook in Maine or to take home. If you want to order lobsters for overnight delivery to your home, they have some of the best prices in the business, too.
You're in for sticker shock if you load the family in the car and speed off to Six Flags New England, figuring you'll just buy your admission tickets at the gate. Before you leave home, read up on ways to save on theme park admission.
New England's outlet stores offer savvy shoppers the chance to hunt for bargains on everything from designer apparel and footwear to flour!
The Dine Out Boston promotion (formerly Boston Restaurant Week) is held twice each year in the winter and summer. These two-week events give diners the chance to appreciate chefs' creativity without blowing their meal budgets.