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Or scroll down to learn cost cutting techniques for traveling to and within the state of Arizona.
With just a little imagination, it's possible to find low-cost accommodations, fun, free activities, fine regional cuisine, and other local treasures that don't cost a fortune.
It's possible get a basic, clean hotel room in Arizona for less than $20 a night. Here are some handy tips for Cheap Travel Vacation accommodations in Arizona.
1. Select a "Name Your Own Price" option on priceline to grab the lowest room rates.
Simply visit priceline, search your desired dates and destination, then click the "Name Your Own Price" option. Doing this can save you up to 40 percent on your flight, and up to 60 percent on nightly room rates.
Beware that certain rules apply to naming your own price on priceline.
For example, your itinerary is fixed, and no part of your payment can be refunded.
2. When visiting big cities, stay in smaller nearby towns whenever possible. For instance, if you visit Phoenix, you may find it cheaper to stay in smaller, nearby cities like Chandler, Mesa or Surprise.
3. For maximum savings, book your flight at least two weeks in advance.
The state of Arizona has nine major, primary commercial airports, located at Bullhead City, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Mesa, Page, Peach Springs, Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma.
When searching flights on priceline, compare prices for all major airports accessible from your area. You might be able to save money money by landing at certain airports, then taking ground travel to your desired destination.
Accessible airports in nearby states include Las Vegas, just across the border in Nevada. From there you can take Greyhound buses to your desired Arizona destination.
Arizona is served by Greyhound. Greyhound Stations are located throughout the state, with well over three thousand stops and stations nationwide.
Go here for a Complete List of Greyhound Locations.
The Valley Metro provides public transportation services within the greater Phoenix area.
Other intercity bus lines in Arizona include Tucson City Transit Service in Tucson, and the Mountain Valley Shuttle in Show Low, among others.
Local Amtrak Stations in Arizona are located at Benson, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon National Park, Kingman, Maricopa, Phoenix, Tucson, Williams, Williams Junction, Winslow, and Yuma.
Catch one of Arizona Amtrak's connecting buses at Camp Verde, Grand Canyon National Park, Phoenix, and Tusayan.
Just east of the Arizona border are New Mexico Amtrak stations at Gallup and Lordsburg. An Amtrak bus stop is located just north of the state border in St. George, Utah.
Check Amtrak's website for deals and special offers.
Other available transportation options are Airport to Hotel shuttles, local taxi services, car shares, chartered buses, and rented passenger vehicles.
There are many ways of getting to and around Arizona. Just a little imagination is all it takes to find your perfect Cheap Travel Vacation.
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