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A few simple changes to your driving and gas-purchasing habits can improve your mileage per gallon and reduce the amount you have to spend on gas each week.
The ideal rewards cards basically pay you back generously to use them. In the case of airline rewards cards, the Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite MasterCard does just that, making it our number one choice for travel purchases. Here’s why: ...
As an accessory we touch many times a day, our wallets often suffer from neglect, prone to become a dumping ground for crumpled receipts, expired coupons and worn business cards for people we no longer remember. It’s time to do a cleanup. We’ll ...
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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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.
Have you been hankering for a new pair of skis, or are you tired of plunking down rental fees every time you go to the slopes?
The holidays are a tricky time for travel: airfares skyrocket and travelers who didn’t take a moment to plan their trip with care will pay dearly for their tickets.
We all need to get away sometimes. And if the only thing standing between you and your next trip is a good excuse, start packing because we've got you covered. Here are 23 reasons why traveling is good for you, on both a personal and professional level.
While leaving the familiarity of the U.S. might seem daunting at first, an increasing number of college students are studying a semester or two abroad before they graduate. There are many benefits to this experience, which, just a couple of decades ago, was deemed more for the eclectic and adventurous than the primarily studious.
There’s a huge difference between studying a language, a culture, or facts about global business and actually seeing it for yourself. College students who are able to study abroad get to immerse themselves in another way of life and learning that can enrich them on a personal level and also, ideally, on a professional level one day.
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