Ibiza is one of the most expensive places that you can travel to in Spain. However, it does not have to be very expensive because budget flights to Ibiza are the first way that you can save money on your trip. Here are just a few more ways that you can save money in Ibiza.
- Buy Your Food at a Supermarket and Eat Locally
There are many international fast food restaurants that you can eat at in Ibiza, but they can very expensive on your wallet. To help you stick to your budget, you should head to the local supermarket and pick up fresh made baguettes and fruits at a lower price. There are also great cheap snacks.
If you want to eat out, you should look for Spanish cafés and restaurants that are favoured by locals. Most of these spots are cheap and will serve authentic meals. Many times, these restaurants are close to the tourist areas. Most of the time, you will get better service, prices, and meals.
- Buy Club Tickets in Advance
The best tip for saving money on partying is to buy your club tickets at the same time as you book your flights. The Ibiza Spotlight’s party calendar is the best way to find out about the line-up of the events for the upcoming season’s events. If you are planning to attend an event, you should look for early-bird tickets, which can save you a lot of money. You should also make sure that you can attend the event because all Spotlight tickets can only be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. This is great because you are not losing out on money if you change your mind.
- Speak to the Workers
Workers should be your best friends because they are not just there to take money from you. Most workers have lived and worked on the island most of their lives, which means that they can tell you where the cheapest and best places to drink, eat, and party, are. If you make friends with the right workers, you could even be placed on the guest lists for larger clubs or even get free drinks. So, you should make sure that you treat the workers nicely because they may return the favour.
- Drink Before You Go Out
This is a tip for all the people who are just travelling to party. Drinking before you head to the club can save you more in Ibiza, than most other cities. The price of vodka and beer are very cheap at supermarkets, and you know that they are not watered down. Local beers and vodka are cheaper, but you can find international brands that are marked up. The choice is yours of what you buy, but if you are on a budget, avoid buying drinks at the clubs. Some bars will give away shots, so keep an open mind if you want to drink when you are out.
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