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The early bird always gets the worm, right? Wrong! There are plenty of ways to save big on last-minute travel.
Having an empty middle seat is almost like being in first class. Here's how to score that extra space on your next flight.
Stopovers are a little-known way of getting more destinations out of your trip. Here's how to score one on your next journey.
United's MileagePlus program offers award flights on a wide variety of partner airlines, and there are plenty of ways to stretch those miles even further.
Put those rewards to good use now by booking an amazing summer vacation.
These online tools can ease the stress of looking for free award flights by doing all the work for you.
Delta is the only major airline that doesn't publish an award chart, but it's still possible to get decent value from your SkyMiles.
If you have no or a bad credit history, getting a secured card could help you build or rebuild your credit score. Find out if one of these cards is right for you.
Ever wonder what your credit card rewards are actually worth? Let's find out.
Professional award bookers can save you time and money by booking your award for you.
Airline fees can quickly eat into your travel budget, but if you reveiw airline policies carefully, you can avoid most while flying comfortably, even in basic economy.
Paying for a home renovation with a rewards card could earn you a free vacation -- or lots of cash back. Be sure you understand the pitfalls before you dust off your card.
New Basic Economy fares don't usually include free checked bags. Learn how to get you and your stuff where you're going without paying extra.
Good news! Your credit card's checked baggage insurance might cover you if your luggage is lost.
Buying gift cards could be the key to earning extra rewards points.
Believe it or not, understanding airline flight routes can help you score better rewards.
Do some frequent flyer miles have more value than others? Let's find out.
Believe it or not, you can put those British Airways points to good use on U.S. flights.
Got some travel points burning a hole in your pocket? Here's how to use them up.
Flying for free in business or first class? Yes, it can be done.