Delta Flight

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Options Away Lets You Hold a Flight Before Booking

No Comments 24 April 2015

Options Away is an online travel agency that helps eliminate anxiety when shopping for airfare. When users see a deal, it lets them lock in airfare two days to three weeks ahead of the purchase and eliminates the risk of prices going up. As an added benefit, if the airfare happens to drop, users automatically get the […]

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Hopper App

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Hopper Travel App for Budget-minded Travelers

No Comments 23 April 2015

Hopper is one of Apple’s hottest travel apps. It predicts the best time to book a flight deal by analyzing billions of airfares daily and then locates those short-lived moments when a price dips below the historic average. It lets you know the best time to shop, buy and fly, plus it is easy to […]

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Playluggage

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Luggage to Play With: A Whole New Concept

No Comments 13 April 2015

When it comes to terminology that describes luggage, boring isn’t one that often comes to mind. But when you think about it, it is a word that describes most of the suitcases rolling through airports and train stations. The designers of Playluggage have set out to change that. What did they come up with? Luggage […]

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Bluesmart

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Bluesmart – the First Smart Carryon Luggage

No Comments 09 April 2015

Bluesmart is the first smart carryon. “Smart” because it connects to your cell phone and lets you tell it what to do and where it is. This electromechanical designed luggage is equipped with revolutionary features well-suited to business and leisure travel with its extra security precautions and built-in convenience technology. Bluesmart Security Features The Bluesmart […]

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Hotel Bathroom

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About 2,000 Hotels Have Tracking Chips in Linens

No Comments 04 March 2015

You might want to think twice before you bring home a towel or robe as a souvenir from your stay at a high-end hotel. About 2,000 hotels have now started using tracking chips on their linens and robes to help cut down on theft, and its working Hotels Lose About 20 Percent of Linens Each […]

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Travel Credit Card

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What to Look for in a Travel Rewards Card

No Comments 02 March 2015

If you find yourself shoveling out of yet another snowfall and dreaming of getting away but can’t, now is the time to at least start planning for your summer vacation. As you think about your travel plans, consider checking out different credit card offers to find which ones offer the best travel rewards and benefits. […]

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Airline Fees

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President Hopes to Raise Enplanement Fees

No Comments 26 February 2015

The President’s 2016 proposed budget is out and, in it, he proposes to increase enplanement fees from $4.50 to $8.00, and while no one wants to see increases in airline fees, the travel industry applauds his suggestion. The reason President Barack Obama wants the increase in charges is to fund updates to the nation’s air travel infrastructure. […]

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Selfie Stick

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Selfie Stick Eliminates Asking Strangers to Take Your Picture

1 Comment 13 February 2015

No more asking a stranger to take your picture when on vacation. Selfie sticks are a relatively new accessory that lets you take quality selfies from further away. T hey were once known as monopods and were mostly used in extreme sports to capture the action. But now these sticks are designed to work with […]

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Delsey Helium Aero

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Delsey Helium Aero: Lightweight, Durable, and Expandable

1 Comment 30 January 2015

Whether you travel a little or it’s a regular part of your life, finding luggage that is durable, lightweight, easy to maneuver, and can still hold a lot can be a challenge. Delsey’s 29″ Lightweight Hardside Spinner fits the bill and does it with a size that’s an inch shy of the checked baggage restrictions, so […]

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Cycling alone

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7 Tips to Keep You Safe When Traveling Alone

No Comments 21 January 2015

Not everyone is cut out to travel alone, but some find the experience offers benefits. For one, your itinerary is yours and yours alone. If shopping is your thing, you can literally take advantage of every boutique and shop, or if you prefer, you can linger in an art museum or breeze through at your […]

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