WASHINGTON —It’s already July, but you can still squeeze in a summer vacation with the family without breaking the bank.
National Parks are great family destinations, too, and the annual National Parks pass covers fees at more than 2,000 sites for $80. Passes are free for members of the military and their dependents.
When eating out, try to visit restaurants at lunch instead of dinner when prices are usually cheaper — or pack your own food in a big cooler.
Financial planner Janice Cackowski tells the Post that by packing milk, a box of cereal, yogurt and fruit, one can eat a healthy breakfast at a quarter of the cost of eating out.
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