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Millions of Americans look forward to spring’s week-long escape from the real world for a chance to enjoy some fun in the sun, or perhaps skiing in the mountains with family and friends. Whatever type of trip you choose, finding the best deals on flights and accommodations are key to saving money. However, airfare and hotel aren’t the only travel costs you need to worry about; small, unplanned purchases made on a daily basis can snowball quickly and bust your budget.
Here are the top six budget busters and how to avoid them while traveling this spring.