Looking for free and cheap things to do in Myrtle Beach? Want to sample the city’s attractions, hotels, restaurants, and bars without breaking the bank? Me, too! At Myrtle Beach on the Cheap, you’ll find out how to get the best for less. Nearly every day I’ll post a new discount, deal or steal. Come back often (or subscribe) for the latest news. You – and your budget –will thank me.
Myrtle Beach on the Cheap is owned and operated by Julie Henry, a freelance writer, editor, and project manager who loves the thrill of scoring a good deal. She was raised in a family of eight, so she learned early on about living on the cheap.
In addition to writing about deals and discounts, Julie is an established medical writer. She has done work for a number of national health care organizations, including The Joint Commission, The American Academy of Family Physicians, Elsevier, and the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine. Born and raised in Kansas City, MO, she currently resides in Myrtle Beach. For more information about Julie, check out her Web site.
Myrtle Beach on the Cheap is part of the Living on the Cheap network, a group of like-minded frugalistas and consumer advocates. The network has local “cheap” sites in 40+ U.S. cities. It attracts more than 250,000 unique visitors monthly, with a combined reach of 47,000 daily newsletter subscribers, 43,200 Twitter followers and 41,300 Facebook fans, as well as communities on Google+ and Pinterest. Our goal is to help you find ways to not merely survive tough economic times, but to enjoy yourselves without feeling deprived.
Got a lead on a great deal? E-mail me at email@example.com.
Disclaimer: I post the deals as I find them. All deals are subject to change at any time and without notice. If you see a post that sounds too good to be true, check with the merchant before you head out.
National deals are only good at “participating locations.” You should always check with your preferred location to make sure they’re participating before heading out.
Affiliate Links: Some of the deals posted on Myrtle Beach on the Cheap include affiliate links (e.g., Groupon, Living Social, Restaurant.com). What does that mean to you? Not much. The deal is still the same for you, and using our links won’t cost you any extra. What does that mean for us? We get a little bit of money for the referral.
As always, we will continue to post what we think are the best deals, whether or not they include an affiliate link. But like everyone else, we have to pay the bills. So if you do download a coupon or use our links to take advantage of a deal, thank you!