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Affording the friendly skies: Avoiding airline fees

Feb 21, 2014
Booking your next vacation means dealing with airlines ... and their fees. After you spend a pretty penny on the ticket, there are all sorts of charges for extra comforts like an in-flight snack, a few extra inches of legroom ... you name it!
Posted In: Airlines, fees, airline fees, Travel
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3 tips to survive this year's crazy holiday travel

Nov 14, 2013
Jason Clampett, cofounder of travel news website Skift, joins the show to talk holiday travel planning.
Posted In: holiday travel, Travel, advice
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Would you tip a flight attendant for good service?

Oct 9, 2013
Many travel industry employees -- hotel staff, rental car drivers, curbside baggage checkers -- receive tips. What about flight attendants?
Posted In: air travel, Travel, flight attendant
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Are you headed to one of the most popular Labor Day destinations?

Aug 29, 2013
Heading to San Francisco, Orlando or Las Vegas over the Labor Day weekend? Hope you like company.
Posted In: labor day, Travel
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Hotels seek added revenue in service fees

Aug 21, 2013
Following the huge financial windfall of airline fees, hotels and resorts are now charging fees for things that used to be free.
Posted In: hotels, Travel, room service
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Should you cancel your trip when there's a travel advisory?

Aug 9, 2013
So you're heading to a country that has a travel warning or alert. What should you do? Advice from the airfare watchdog.
Posted In: Travel, travel alert, travel costs
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Priceline stock flight and the dot-com bubble

Aug 9, 2013
The share price of discount travel site Priceline has reached the same altitude it was at during the dot-com boom.
Posted In: priceline, airfare, dot-com, Travel, discount travel
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VIDEO: Snoozin' like Snowden in a pod hotel

Jun 26, 2013
Edward Snowden's supposed location, Russia's Sheremetyevo airport, is one of a growing number of airports that offers capsule hotels.
Posted In: airports, Travel, capsule hotels
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How does a $25 room service burger not make money?

Jun 3, 2013
New York’s biggest hotel is scrapping room service in August, cutting 55 jobs. What will its elimination mean for a hotel that charges $300 a night? An explanation on the economics of room service.
Posted In: hotels, room service, Travel
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Tired of paying to check your bags? Here's one solution.

Jun 3, 2013
Paying for your airplane bags in bulk?
Posted In: Travel, Travel luggage, airplane travel

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