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    I would look into a rental car with unlimited miles. Then just stay cheap in small chain hotels. Make sure it is okay to return your car in a different city. over 6 years ago

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    I agree. Check for the big national car rentals bc they will let you do a one way drop off. I would just double check the price though for a few flights using jet blue and/or southwest airlines for cheap 1 way. The car rental plus gas might add up. Price out a combo of maybe flights w car rental. Just depends where you want to stop and how many places you want to see... over 6 years ago

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    If you are staying for a month or longer, I would consider buying a very cheap car $500-$1500 bucks off of craigslist, that or there are people who want their car driven across the country and will pay you to do that. KOA (http://koa.com/) campgrounds, have cheap arrangements like cabins or if you want to go really cheap and get a tent, campgrounds are easy to find. Most big cities have hostels (http://www.hostels.com/usa) and if you are under 25 youth hostels are pretty cheap as well. This is the cheapest way to go about road tripping across the country, but of course there are way more options if you want to spend a little bit of money. over 6 years ago

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