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Brews like Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller Lite have increased nearly 7% in price because of their 'retro' appeal. Wine and liquor are going up, too, but for different reasons.
Tired of conflict over the restaurant tab? Download an app to divide the check any way you want: Equally, separately or a combination of the two.
Check the fine print to see what perks you might not have known you had, and be sure you travel with a backup card, for starters.
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