Savings for the student: top 4 ways to travel cheaply
Today we will begin a series of articles devoted to saving for the student, and the first guest will be, oddly enough, travel. All students use transportation in one way or another. Some have a hostel far from educational buildings, others live in an apartment that is not at all close, others just ride around the city). In any case, travel is a fairly significant part of a student’s expense, reaching thousands of rubles a month, or even more. So why not cut these costs in half? Yes Easy!
The most obvious and first thing that comes to mind is a transport card, bingo! It looks different in different cities, but the meaning is the same. You buy a card, put a certain amount on it and ride at a discount on public transport. The discount usually reaches 50% , if you take Samara as an example, then a regular travel card costs 25 rubles for September 2018, and only 13 rubles for a student card, and this is really profitable. There are also unlimited cards, where you pay a fixed amount and ride as much as you like.
It also seems to be a very obvious point, but I know a lot of people who make this mistake and do not even think about it. The meaning is simple, you need to get from point A to point B, look at the navigator (preferably more than one), the shortest route and compare it with your current one, this may surprise you. The smallest thing is that you will find the route faster, and maybe even without changes. Sign with a man who was rolling on its route with 2 transplants three years, and then it turned out that this route could pass straight at all without the need of a transplant, because it!
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