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Finding the best priced airfare can be a stressful task – especially when you’re trying to stick to a strict travel budget. Thankfully, there are some tips you can follow to cut down on the financial investment of your next flight.
If you’re looking for a credit card that can take you to Europe and back, you might need to look past what’s already in your wallet. Let’s do a quick inventory: any credit cards with a small chip located on the left-hand side? Put aside any that ...
Most credit cards tack on a 3% charge, or foreign transaction fee, on purchases made outside the United States. If you travel internationally with a no foreign transaction fee credit card, you'll save money on your purchases.
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While you could easily visit a travel site and book the cheapest room, that strategy could actually cost you money. You could be better off taking advantage of the many rewards programs offered by most major hotel chains. And of those programs, the Starwood Preferred Guest might just be the best of the bunch.
We’re all taking more photos than ever. But what are we doing with them? Are they forever stuck in our phones or in the cloud somewhere? Photo sites make it easy to pull out your favorite images and turn them into printable keepsakes and gifts. The only hard part is deciding which one to use.
Congratulations you, the frequent traveler, on graduating to the next level of travel rewards cards. Since airports have basically become your second home, you’ve decided to get the most out of them by joining the elite club of premium cardholders. These cards promise plenty of perks, as long as you’re willing to pay hundreds of dollars a year in annual fees. Yes, being a premium cardholder will cost you, but if you pick the right card, then the benefits will be worth it.
Commuting can be a real time buster, especially if you're dealing with morning gridlock or the 5 pm rush. If you're wondering which drivers luck out and spend the least amount of time in the car or when most people are heading out to work each day, here's a look at how the numbers break down.
If you’re looking to get deals and discounts on travel, a rewards credit card is one of the quickest ways to get there. These cards will let you journey beyond your budget by saving you money on flights and hotels.
You’ve been dreaming about getting a glimpse of Westminster Abbey or you want to see what all the fuss is about the Eiffel Tower. Whether you want to make your first trip to Europe or your 10th, the truth about international travel, as you likely know, is it’s expensive. Beyond looking at cheaper airlines, your recourse against the thousands of dollars you may have to spend for your European vacation is timing. Knowing when to buy your plane tickets — and it’s not necessarily on the ...
What better way to relax, release and enjoy a magnificent view of the sunset than a trip to Hawaii?
For deal hounds, frequent flyer miles are super fun. All the work that goes into understanding and accumulating them pays off in the form of free flights and hotel rooms, and the right to boast about how you made it all possible. Lost on where to begin? Hold on for a quick ride through our miles-for-beginners guide.
Whether you're a seasoned cruiser or you prefer to keep your feet firmly on land, here are 23 things that might surprise you about the cruise industry.
How good does it feel when someone you barely know remembers your name? And how bad do you feel when you forget their name? Never forget again. Learn the 23 tricks to remembering someone's name here.
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