Travel App of the Week: iWrecked

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God forbid you ever get in an accident while traveling (or at home), but if you do, the free app iWrecked can help you be better prepared. iWrecked directs users to the info they need after a traffic accident, anywhere. It helps you create a detailed accident log, get vehicle numbers and insurance information from the other driver(s), […]

Earn 50,000 US Airways/American Airlines Miles

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If you’re like me and like to save money by using miles for last-minute expensive trips, or for helping your loved ones experience the finer things in life, then listen up: My favorite deal in travel right now is Barclaycard’s limited-time offer on the US Airways® Premier World MasterCard®, which can get you 50,000 bonus miles after […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Put Carry-Ons in Zipper-First

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Put Carry-Ons in Zipper-First To minimize the risk of carry-on theft on the plane, put your carry-on bag(s) in the overhead bin across the aisle from you and put the zippers in facing first. That way you can always see if someone is trying to get in your bag and it makes it much more […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Travel Resources for Northeast Blizzard

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Travel Resources for Northeast Blizzard According to the National Weather Service, later today and tomorrow a major nor’easter is expected to bring heavy snow and blizzard conditions to the Northeast. That means if you’re traveling from any of the airports between Washington DC and Maine, then chances are your flight will be, or already has […]

Travel Style: Lee Abbamonte

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Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without. Name: Lee Abbamonte Occupation: Entrepreneur and multimedia travel personality Hometown: Trumbull, CT Residence: New York, NY College: BS from University […]

Travel Resources for Northeast Snow Storm

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For those who are traveling this week I assembled a resource page with the latest information to help keep you updated and make your travels go smoother during the Northeast Snow Storm. TRAVEL TIPS -What To Do: Weather Delays and Flight Cancellations STORM NEWS USA Today: Airlines cancel 6,500 flights ahead of storm AP: Nor’easter threatens […]

When Airlines Don’t Issue Fee Waivers It Becomes A Safety Issue

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I’m a huge fan of American Airlines since in my opinion they have the most responsive social media team, best frequent flier program in the U.S. and arguably the top premium product for LAX/SFO-JFK flights. However, I’m shocked and disappointed that they are currently the only U.S. airline that hasn’t offered a fee waiver for […]

Reader Travel Tip of the Day: Small Lists Can Go a Long Way

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Small Lists Can Go a Long Way Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Terry L. from Amarillo, TX, who builds on the thoughts of a past reader by saying: “I was able to pack quickly and efficiently because of frequent travel in my previous […]