Frequent fliers may find themselves grounded by miles that are more difficult to use.
Available tickets start at more than $2,000. However, your chances of finding a budget room are likely better than your odds of correctly guessing the final score, which are no better than 400-to-1.
Want to go car-free but worry you'll still need wheels from time to time? Auto- and ride-sharing companies can help.
Frequent fliers are in the hunt for end-of-year 'mileage runs' to qualify for elite status in 2013.
Travel, lift tickets and equipment can add up to a hefty bill. Here's how to find the best discounts.
You can now pay more for your ticket to avoid fees for checking your first bag or changing your reservation.
My wife and I traveled to Europe for 10 days with no checked bags. If we can do it, so can you.
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