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Save big on your next ski trip — Savings Experiment

Save big on your next ski trip — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Travel, Savings Experiment It’s wintertime and that means it’s time to hit the slopes. But as a lot of us know, planning a ski trip can quickly add up. Luckily, there are a few ways to enjoy that fresh powder without putting a dent in your savings. First, renting skis at the...

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Why you should book your summer vacation this winter — Savings Experiment

Why you should book your summer vacation this winter — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Travel, Savings Experiment, Did You Know Did you know: Finding the perfect time to book your summer travel could land you big savings? Obviously, waiting until the last minute to book your plane ticket can get pretty expensive. But planning to buy too far in advance can also cost you. For the...

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5 Places to Travel While the Dollar Is Strong

5 Places to Travel While the Dollar Is Strong

Filed under: Travel Getty By Nick Wharton Travel isn’t cheap, but when the dollar is 15%-55% stronger against other currencies than it has been in over a decade, now is the time to travel! Not everywhere is a good value at this time. Some other currencies are flourishing just like the USD, so if...

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5 Places to Travel While the Dollar Is Strong

5 Places to Travel While the Dollar Is Strong

Filed under: Travel Getty By Nick Wharton Travel isn’t cheap, but when the dollar is 15%-55% stronger against other currencies than it has been in over a decade, now is the time to travel! Not everywhere is a good value at this time. Some other currencies are flourishing just like the USD, so if...

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Why you should book your summer vacation this winter — Savings Experiment

Why you should book your summer vacation this winter — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Travel, Savings Experiment, Did You Know Did you know: Finding the perfect time to book your summer travel could land you big savings? Obviously, waiting until the last minute to book your plane ticket can get pretty expensive. But planning to buy too far in advance can also cost you. For the...

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Save big on your next ski trip — Savings Experiment

Save big on your next ski trip — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Travel, Savings Experiment It’s wintertime and that means it’s time to hit the slopes. But as a lot of us know, planning a ski trip can quickly add up. Luckily, there are a few ways to enjoy that fresh powder without putting a dent in your savings. First, renting skis at the...

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9 Smart Uses for Leftover Foreign Currency

9 Smart Uses for Leftover Foreign Currency

Filed under: Travel Getty By Susan Johnston Taylor Traveling internationally? Unless you’re meticulous at forecasting travel costs and only withdraw the precise amount of cash you’ll need, it’s likely you’ll return stateside with a pocket full of euros or yen. Most foreign exchange servicesdon’t accept smaller denominations, so you could blow your change on...

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Low Gasoline Prices Are Supercharging Fuel Sales

Low Gasoline Prices Are Supercharging Fuel Sales

Filed under: Energy, Travel, Transportation, Gas Prices, Consumer Issues Lynne Sladky/AP By John Kemp LONDON — As the summer driving season ends, U.S. gasoline prices have fallen to the lowest level for the time of year since 2004, wiping out the effect of more than a decade of rising fuel bills. The average retail...

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Gas Price Drops 27 Cents in Past 3 Weeks

Gas Price Drops 27 Cents in Past 3 Weeks

Filed under: Travel, Transportation, Gas Prices, Consumer Issues, Economy Shutterstock By David Henry The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States fell 27 cents in the past three weeks as refiners and retailers gave up some of their profits margins to sell more fuel, according to the Lundberg survey released...

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Cheap Gas Fueling Expanded Thanksgiving Travel Day

Cheap Gas Fueling Expanded Thanksgiving Travel Day

Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Travel, Transportation, Gas Prices Matt York/APA motorist fuels his vehicle Tuesday in Gilbert, Ariz. With Thanksgiving gas prices at its cheapest since 2008, the number of travelers is expected to rise. By JUSTIN PRITCHARD LOS ANGELES — An expanded version of America’s annual Thanksgiving travel saga was under way Wednesday...

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