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Las Vegas takes title of cheapest US city for a night on the town in TripAdvisor's third anual index.
You can get a jump on paying for next summer's vacation by using the right card this year. A consumer website ranks cards by the payback per $100 spent.
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AAA says fewer will travel this year, but destinations for those who are going are a bit farther. Gas prices are not a factor, but airline 'fee fatigue' is.
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