May 9th, 2013, 02:19 PM
I agree with this for sure. I've tried talking my cousin into going with us and gave him the example of, what I have in my pocket now I can just about come home with except for a few dollars. It really does all depend on what you do while you are there. This past trip my wife and I each took $200 in cash with us (she probably took more). And I know I came back with over $100. Now we didn't have time to shop at the airport either like in past trips. Baggage check in took forever. We had 1/2 an hour from security until they started boarding the plane this trip. It was nice to get right on the plane but the baggage check in was horrible. (AirTran)
Originally Posted by Beer_Suds
May 9th, 2013, 04:00 PM
I love spreadsheets. I just happen to have 3 of them open right now! Of course we don't follow this spreadsheet to a "T" when we get there, but it gives me a good idea of how much we'll need. Because I take cash for meals in the airports that I plan on using a credit card for, we always come back with leftover cash. I learned in Boy Scouts to "Be Prepared" for unexpected expenses.
Originally Posted by Stacie & Chris
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