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5 Easy Ways to Get the Most out of Your Vacation


Time is money…and vacation time is precious! So how can you make the most of it? These five tips will help.


Savor the anticipation. You’re not just paying for the experience, you’re also paying for the excitement leading up to your trip. If you’re looking forward to an upcoming vacation – by all means, shout it from the rooftops!




Don’t overbook yourself. Especially when you’re exploring a new location, it’s important to allow yourself plenty of time to both sight-see and relax in a new environment. It’s great to have a full itinerary, but setting expectations too high will cause disappointment.



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Choose vacations that you genuinely want to take. Why waste money on a trip you don’t really want to be on? As with many things in life, vacation choices can be subject to social pressure. You don’t have to visit a specific resort or destination just because everyone else has. Instead, take a vacation where you want to, and create your own memories!




Disconnect from social media. It’s great to keep your friends and family “in the loop” of your travels…but don’t let social media interaction consume you, when you could be out experiencing a new place!




Access travel deals and rewards with Benefits Plus®! Why pay more for your travels when it’s so easy to pay less? Once you’ve upgraded your SeaComm checking account to a Benefits Plus® checking, you’ll begin to enjoy a variety of exclusive deals on travel services, including; flights, hotels, cruises, car rentals, condos and more! With a Benefits Plus® checking account, you are guaranteed the lowest published air travel fares available at the time of purchase, with 3% cash back automatically mailed at the end of the month following your travel completion. You’ll also receive up to 50% off hotel costs, and Condo Vacation options as low as $350 for 7 days/7nights! Click here to learn more, or stop by your nearest SeaComm branch to enroll, today.

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