Where Can I Go This Thanksgiving That Won’t Break the Bank?

While Thanksgiving is just a few days away, there is still time to take advantage of holiday travel deals to top domestic and international locations.

According to a poll by HomeToGo that was shared with drift hunters, Thanksgiving is likely to be the busiest travel holiday in the United States this year, and holiday airline fares are expected to hit their highest point in five years. However, the rental website emphasized that bargains still exist for vacationers.

A travel specialist and the director of public relations for HomeToGo, Caroline Burns, told T+L that more and more people are choosing to enjoy the holidays away from home in a vacation rental.

Home rentals in Killington, Vermont, Carolina Beach, North Carolina, Tallahassee, Florida, Greenville, South Carolina, and Corpus Christi, Texas still cost less than $250 per night, or more than 40 percent less than the average nightly rate for rentals during the holiday.

There are still over fifty percent of residences in Killington that may be rented for the holidays for a median price of $239 per night. There, visitors may enjoy the last vestiges of autumn before winter blankets the mountains and ski season begins.

More than forty percent of rentals are still available at a median nightly price of $198 at Carolina Beach, widely regarded as one of the finest beaches in the state and located only twenty minutes from ancient Wilmington.

It’s possible to spend less on a Thanksgiving trip by visiting a foreign country. Isla Mujeres, located close to Cancun, is an affordable option for a tropical vacation. In that city, HomeToGo reports a typical nightly price of $205 and that 36% of rental houses are still available.

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