Advertisement

10 (Almost) Free Travel Deals: 2013 Edition

by , SmarterTravel Staff
Piggy Bank in Sunglasses on the Beach (Photo: Shutterstock)
Editor's Note: This story was originally published on December 16, 2013. To see the most recent SmarterTravel articles on related topics, please click on any of the following links: Alamo Rent A Car, Bahamas Tourism Board, Best Western, Dara Continenza, Delta Vacations, Embassy Suites, Enterprise, Hampton Inn, Hertz, Holiday Inn Express, Icelandair, Kimpton Hotels, Marriott, Marriott Rewards, MSC Cruises, National, National Park Foundation, Radisson, Sheraton, vacation package.

(Photo: Piggy Bank on Beach via Shutterstock)

While there may be no such thing as a free lunch, we guarantee that no-cost travel goodies do exist. Our sixth edition of this series rounds up some nifty freebies and near freebies, like hotel parking, museum visits, and even cruises. Check out these deals for the coming year, but book fast—free doesn't last forever.

Advertisement

Kids Ski Free

Between airfare, equipment rentals, lift tickets, and obligatory hot-chocolate breaks, skiing can get expensive, and taking the whole family can break the bank. Luckily, many resorts offer ski-free benefits for kids. Check out Park City's information page for reduced or free rates for children, including free access for kids six and under at Snowbird and Park City Mountain resorts. Colorado's Keystone offers free stay-and-ride benefits for kids 12 and under. And in ski resorts throughout Colorado, Vermont, Utah, and other snow-happy states, fifth graders can ski for free with special passports; find information about Colorado's passport program and Vermont's 5th Grade Passport, or Google your destination for more information.

Read the Entire Story: 10 (Almost) Free Travel Deals: 2013 Edition.

Follow Dara Continenza on Google+ or email her at editor@smartertravel.com.

 
 
Read comments or add your own insight!
Please enable JavaScript to properly view and use this web site.