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Maybe seven really is a lucky number, or at least according to Hopper Research whose data team is predicting that this summer flights will be the cheapest they’ve been in seven years. What does this mean for Americans ready to travel? Well, there is a lot more you can afford to see and even more to eat!

The well-traveled research team at Debt.com have mapped out what we think are the best cheap bites across the nation. Everything from Lobster Roll’s in Maine to Danger Dog’s in California. There’s no need to break the bank when indulging in the nation’s best bites to eat. So, hit the road or fly the frugal skies and check out our easy 3 step guide to taking a debt-free vacation.

Reference: Yelp.com

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Click on a red point on this map to reveal each food and restaurant! Is there something we missed? We’d love to hear from you. Send us a photo of your cheap eat. Include the name, address and website of the restaurant and don’t forget to include the price of your cheap eat.

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About the Author

Michelle Bryan

Michelle Bryan

Before Michelle began writing about how to save money, she made money as a successful real estate investor and also worked as an Organic Foods reporter and opinion columnist. She is an expert in corporate brand management, so she understands how advertisers try to separate you from your money. Her work has appeared on sites as diverse as Forbes, NBC News, Huffington Post, Yahoo, GoBankingRates, U.S. News and World Report, City Pulse, Newsday, On Call and more… When she isn’t trying to get people out of debt, she’s trying to get them to travel frugal and eat organic and cheap – the Arizona State University journalism major writes passionately on the topic. She attended the prestigious Walter Cronkite School of Communication and Journalism with a major in Mass Communication and Media.

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