Savvy Travel Tips
Practical ideas that save you money, time, and unnecessary vacation-planning stress.
You’re prepared to shell out $10 or even $30 to check a bag. Learn about 3 lesser-known wallet-drainers.
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You'll get a lot for your money at one of these relatively inexpensive vacation spots.
Find interesting roadside attractions, bargain hotels, and even a museum dedicated to baked beans.
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Can buttons come in handy when traveling? Find the answer—and many more innovative ways to use everyday items on the road.
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Savvy travel tips to help you plan your next trip.
- Book a flight, if necessary. Find the best deals by checking out sites such as airfarewatchdog.com.
- Plot your route, if driving. Visit sites like mapquest.com, randmcnally.com, and aaa.com for directions from Point A to Point B.
- Get your car serviced, if driving. Fill up the tank, inflate your tires, and check the oil.
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