Top 6 Tips for Budget-Friendly Vacations in the Outer Banks

budget-friendly vacation planning

Vacations can cost a great deal of money. With travel expenses, lodging, food and activities, it’s easy to roll through thousands of dollars without thinking twice. With these savvy tips, however, you can take a budget-friendly vacation without feeling slighted. READ MORE

Outer Banks “Wicked Tuna” premiere

                           

Wicked Tuna North vs. South Premiere on The OBX!

                               


Tomorrow night (Sunday, August 17th) the National Geographic Channel premieres a new series that spotlights the Outer Banks offshore fishing industry in “Wicked Tuna  North vs. South,” but an exclusive number of Outer Bankers got a sneak peek preview this past week.  Outer Banks Blue’s reporter on the scene (me) was invited to attend the premiere. READ MORE

Savvy Travelers’ Top Tips for Budget-Friendly Vacations in the Outer Banks

Vacations can cost a great deal of money. With travel expenses, lodging, food and activities, it’s easy to roll through thousands of dollars without thinking twice. With these savvy tips, however, you can take a budget-friendly vacation without feeling slighted. READ MORE

10 ways to save in October

 Let’s face it, life is all about numbers! It is already the 10th month of the year in 2012, soon to welcome 2013! In honor of the 10th month of 2012, we have 10 ways to help you save on your vacation to the Outer Banks! Whether you are staying in a 2 bedroom condo, or a 17 bedroom house sleeping 38, we know that you can appreciate saving any amount of money and having all of the luxuries you need to provide a wonderful vacation experience.   Outer Banks Blue offers these to you at no additional cost and we look forward to serving you!  Savings thousands of dollars when you switch to Outer Banks Blue, as compared to other vacation rental companies!   =&0=& Savings of an average of $25  =&1=&  Allows the conveniences of home  Savings of an average of $50  =&2=&  Savings of an average of $200 per family   =&3=&