Spend Less Save More: Save on Camping this Summer

How to Save on Camping

Although camping is a frugal way to spend the warm months, between gear, entrance fees and supplies, costs can add up quickly. Some families can pay upwards of $300 to go camping and that’s just for one trip. But you don’t worry we have you covered there are lots of ways that you can save money on your next family camping adventure.

 

Gear a camping must. Most of us have passed down gear, but if you’re a first time camper or just in need of new gear these tips will help you save on these items.

 

Your first stop GearTrade

Gear Trade is a site where you can buy and sell all kinds of outdoor gear. Think of it as the eBay for the adventurer. After you sign up, you can search through their list of camping gear. Use their search function to look for a particular item and narrow down your search. When you find the items you need and if you’re not satisfied with the price one great option is to just click the “Make the Seller an Offer” button to try to negotiate a better deal.

If you need your gear fast just try out Steep and Cheap to claim amazing deals on all kinds of camping equipment. Steep and cheap is a site where one hot deal is posted at a time on their homepage. Prices are normally at least 50 percent off. The only catch on these deals is that they are posted for a limited time so if you want it take it fast they last on average under 10 minutes. This site also offers a  daily newsletter that gives you clues as to what you will find for sale on their site that day,

the Clymb is another daily deal site that sells all kinds of discounted camping gear from outdoor clothing to tents shipping is reasonable, they will waive the shipping charges if you buy a piece of Clymb-branded merchandise. Click on the “Today’s Sales” tab to see what hot deals they are offering. The Clymb is an invite-only site, but you can use the link provided to sign up.

For more tips and  savings visit www.where2save.com 

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