5 Ways to Spend $1000 in Bozeman Montana
What if $1000 was only a click away? I'm saying literally 30 seconds of work could amount to $1000. All you need to do is like Seize the Deal on Facebook before March 21st and you're entered to win! Maybe you need some motivation. What can $1000 buy you in Bozmeman? Find out here!
We know some majors at Montana State University require the students to carry around a hefty amount of uber expensive books. With $1000 you could possibly cover two whole semesters of books and supplies! Or spend the money on a new laptop. I would recommend the laptop and rely on borrowing books from classmates all year
With each summer in Bozeman comes great weather. This wonderful summer weather is sure to coax you outside to travel the town on two wheels. With $1000, you could buy a top of the line bike that's easy on the eyes and the thighs.
Even though this season hasn't shaped up to be the greatest ski season in history, it sure is offering some great spring skiing. With $1000 and end of the season discounts on next years passes, you could get a season pass for next year and upgrade the gear you're still rocking from 2008.
Let's face it, no matter how much you love Bozeman's seasons we all would love a trip away for some tropical beach time right? With $1000 you could be sipping cocktails and playing beach volleyball in Hawaii, Florida, or South Carolina; you name it and the $1000 should get you there. Getting back, that I leave up to you!
Gas prices continue to rise and there doesn't seem to be a thing we can do about it. Unless, you get yourself a scooter! That's right, a scooter. These babies can get you up to 85-90 miles per gallon.
Let's do the math. I drive a car that gets 30 mpg. I calculated that I drove roughly 3333 miles between May and September last year. At the current price of $3.30 per gallon, I spent $366.66. If I were to be driving a Vespa that whole time, I would have spent only $129.39 on gas. That's a savings of $237.37! This baby would pay for itself in just a few years! Curious what the difference is if your car gets around 22mpg? You're spending 499.95 on gas and would save $370.56!
$1000 might not cover every scooter on the market but it's a good start to saving that dough and the planet.