If you have perused those year-end lists of hot destinations, then wondered how you could afford any of those places, this column is for you.
We have good news and bad news, depending on who you are. TSA’s “managed inclusion” came to an end in mid-September. That’s the program that allowed people who hadn’t paid for the privilege to get the same benefits as paying customers.
Because travelers tend to be savvy about not wasting money, it’s tempting to turn off the “what if” messages you hear in your head and forgo insurance.
As consumers, we think that buying an airline ticket in advance is our hedge against airfare increases, and it very often is. Except when it’s not.
By Catharine Hamm, Los Angeles Times (TNS) If we had a crystal ball, using its intelligence to figure out how to be a thriftier, smarter, trendier traveler would bring a big payoff. We don’t have such an orb, but we do have some ideas on what the coming year holds for those who make the […]