Can't afford to splurge this year? Here's what to expect in the next two weeks so you can score a memorable Dad's Day deal.
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For just $25, you can purchase a flight protection plan that covers a handful of common airline-related snafus, like lost luggage and flight cancellations.
You'll want to spend your hard-earned money on fabulous food and adorable B&Bs. Don't waste it on money-changing fees and other unnecessary expenses.
AAA says Memorial Day travel should reach a new post-recession high.
AirHelp and Refund.me could help you get money you're owed from the airlines, but it will cost you.
Don't get taken for a ride when you rent a vacation home this year. Use these tips to steer clear of scam artists.
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