Family vacation travel can really eat into your savings. An adult – or even a few adults traveling together – can take advantage of cheap eats and nearly-free digs like hostels and campsites, and if they go a few extra hours between meals, it’s no big deal. When you’re traveling with kids, though, you have […]

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Airfares and hotel rates may keep on rising, but at least one part of your vacation won’t be any more expensive this year than it was last year. In the 2012 holiday season, the average price of a car rented on Hotwire was about $40 a day, about 6 percent lower than the 2011 holiday […]

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You don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy yourself when you visit New York City. While there are certainly tourist-y things to do – and every tourist should take in the sights when they’re in NYC – there are also lots of ways to enjoy the city without spending a dime. Next time you’re […]

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With businesses cutting corners everywhere they can, saving money on business travel could definitely put you on the boss’ good side. The trick is knowing where you can shave dollars without compromising your ability to do effective work. Whether you’re expensing everything or saving cash from your own pocket, these money saving business travel tips […]

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According to one school of thought about budget travel, hotel deals are the best way to save money on your holidays. Another school of thought suggests that if you’re going to spend big money, you should spend it on the place you lay your head. We subscribe to a combination of the two schools of […]

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