With the Canadian dollar at a 12-year low against the greenback, some hot travel deals are to be had north of the border.
Airlines have changed their awards programs. If you want top-tier status badly enough, there are ways to get it; but it may cost you.
The Big Apple makes Travelzoo's 'Wow' list for great travel spots for 2016 thanks to a big drop in prices. Other 'Wow' spots include Cuba, Canada and Norway.
Stand up for yourself when renting a car, expert advises. Don't accept costly 'upgrades' when what you reserved isn't available.
Travel: Wi-Fi needn't break the bank: Use GPS to find free hot spots and use Wi-Fi wisely, including email management. Apps can help too.
You've probably been there: You are in a rush to get home, and your flight is delayed or canceled. What to do? Buy a new ticket? Before you spend the money,
Options Away, Level Skies say they give travelers peace of mind by allowing them to lock in airfares without committing to buying a ticket.
More for Your Money: A travel writer learned about the gray retail market, the importance of returning a rental car to correct location and hot spots in London.
You may think you've turned off data roaming, but the feature can take on a life of its own when you're traveling internationally — and the bill can be a nightmare.
More for Your Money: United and US Airways are now charging more for changes. It's still free at Southwest, but if you're a no-show, it soon could cost you.
Pickpockets, taxi fraud and con-artist volunteers are among the scams and scammers that travelers have fallen victim to. Here's a list of such tricks to avoid.
Many airlines offer discounts for young fliers. Also consider package rates. Taking the train instead? Amtrak has deals too. Another option: a cruise.
Expenses on sports-related teen road trips can add up, but these ideas for savings on food, drinks, gas and some planning can keep costs down.
What happens if you're stranded overseas when trouble flairs? Five resources, from travel insurance to cellphones, for travelers to consider before going abroad.