Litchfield Jazz Festival

Budget, Events, Kids

Litchfield Jazz Festival – 20 Years of Fun for the Whole Family

No Comments 07 July 2015

This August 7-9, the Litchfield Jazz Festival Celebrates its 20th anniversary. This festival is known for its world-class jazz with main stage acts, artist talks, jam sessions, Kid Zone activities and more. 2015 Lineup This year’s lineup includes: Anat Cohen Quartet Christian McBride Trio Gregoire Maret Quartet Les Pauls Trio Matt Wilson and Friends Mike […]

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Vacation Debt


Survey Shines a Light on Vacation Debt

No Comments 06 July 2015

Everyone looks forward to vacation, but it turns out that not everyone plans to save for that vacation. According to a new survey by Experian regarding consumer travel spending in 2015, even though 55 percent of people set a strict budget and don’t plan to overspend on vacation, 68 percent of us do. Vacation Debt […]

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Bundling Travel


Bundling Travel – Do You Really Save?

No Comments 25 June 2015

We all know about the benefits of bundling our phone, Internet, and TV, but what many people don’t know is you can do the same and save big when it comes to planning your next getaway. However, just like with phones, you must do your homework to make sure it really is the best deal […]

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One and Only

Budget, Destinations, Golf, Hotels, Kids

One and Only Luxury Bahamian Style

No Comments 24 June 2015

The One and Only Ocean Club Resort is nestled along pristine white-sand beaches and picture-post-card azure waters where it offers luxury and legendary elegance to visitors looking for a beach destination offering modern convenience and breathtaking views. This unique resort stands ready to welcome guests to a tranquil destination that has shown hospitality to the […]

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Tropical Princess

Budget, Hotels, Kids

Tropical Princess an All Inclusive Tropical Getaway

No Comments 22 June 2015

If you’re looking for a tropical destination to melt away the stress of daily life but doesn’t break the bank, the Tropical Princess of Punta Cana fits the bill. Set amid a palm grove and built with an architectural style that complements the tranquil environment, this hotel features lush spacious gardens, swimming pools for adults […]

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Key Lime Cove

Budget, Hotels, Kids

KeyLime Cove a Waterpark Hotel Resort

No Comments 11 June 2015

KeyLime Cove is a water park hotel resort located in northern Illinois near Six Flags Great America and Gurnee Mills Mall. This 65,000 foot indoor water park is heated to 84-degrees year round and makes a perfect destination for the whole family no matter what time of year you visit. But KeyLime Cove is more […]

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Airline Seats

Accessories, Budget

SeatGuru Perfect App for the Savvy Traveler

No Comments 10 June 2015

When it comes to flying, travelers have an opportunity to control their seating more than ever through SeatGuru’s free revamped iPhone app. This app features color-coded seating charts for every flight that offer a wealth of information. To use it, just input your airline and flight number and an interactive seating chart for your flight […]

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Airline Travel


Tips On How to Save on Flights from the Man Who Flies for Free

No Comments 28 May 2015

Scott Keyes is known as “the man who flies for free” and for good reason. To say he is an expert in this field is an understatement. He currently has booked a world trip that will take him to 13 countries, 20,000 miles and include 21 flights, and he is doing it all for free. […]

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Gas Buddy

Accessories, Budget

Use Gas Buddy to Save on Your Next Road Trip

No Comments 29 April 2015

It nice to have gas prices down from what they were but the price of gasĀ is still a large expense on any road trip. Now Gas Buddy is an app that points you to the cheapest gas stations in the area. Then all you have to do is tap on the gas station on your […]

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South Africa

Budget, Destinations, Events

South African Safari More Affordable than Ever

No Comments 28 April 2015

The strong dollar equals savings for people planning a vacation in South Africa. In fact, it’s about 13 percent cheaper than last year. That’s just one reason you may want to plan that South African Safari you’ve put off because you couldn’t afford it. The other is the fact that flights from New York to […]

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