5 Ways to Save Money on Business Travel in Uganda
Business travel can be costly. Whether you work for a large corporation, or you’re a small business owner paying your own way, there are plenty of options to help you save some cash without sacrificing comfort or convenience.
Here are five of the best ways to save money on business travel.
Don’t Check Luggage
One way that you can save a surprising amount of money, particularly if you travel frequently, is to avoid checking luggage. Most airlines will allow you two carry-on bags at no additional cost, but a single checked bag can be quite expensive. Avoid checking bags and you’ll also save time over having to wait for the luggage at the terminal.
Work with a Travel Agent
It might seem odd in this day of aggregate site discounts but working with a travel agent can actually save you money. They have access to all flights, including those not listed on aggregator sites, and can help provide important discounts.
Be Flexible on Flight Dates and Times
Book your flight with flexibility – be willing to fly early or late and you will find that you can save a great deal of money.
Set a Daily Food Allowance
Food can be a big expense while travelling. Set yourself a daily food allowance and stick to it.
Eat a Big Lunch
In the same vein, realise that food costs often go up for the evening meal. In comparison, restaurants offer lower rates for lunch meals. It’s better to eat a larger lunch and a smaller supper to save money without feeling hungry all the time.
These are just a few ways that you can save money on your business travel needs. There are plenty of other hacks that will save money, time, and hassle.