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The credit card rewards that entice people to apply the most are?


Credit card rewards are awesome.  It’s the number one (or only) reason to pay for purchases instead of using a debit card or cash.  Because of this, the credit card business is very competitive and every year it seems that a new credit card is introduced that takes credit card rewards to a whole new level.

What to Do if You’re in the Bathroom During Severe Turbulence

TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen recently did a piece (above) on how to stay safe when dangerous turbulence hits your plane.

Top 10 in Travel News: Week of May 24, 2017


THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: American Airlines tweaks upgrade process for elite fliers US and EU reject expanding laptop ban to flights from Europe Southwest Airlines says Hawaii flights are a ‘priority’ Dutch king was anonymous KLM guest pilot for 21 years JetStar to charge a $30 fee to bring your baby onboard Air Canada Flight Makes Emergency Landing After Passenger Tries To Open Cabin Door Boeing delivers its first 737 MAX Italy is giving away hundreds of historic castles and villas for free Alaska Airlines expansion would give Seattle a secondary airport The big LAX terminal shuffle will let JetBlue create a lobby with (almost?

Travel Style: Wade Ueoka


Wade Ueoka Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Book of the Week: “50 States, 5,000 Ideas”


If you’re thinking about going on a road trip or driving across the country this summer, check out this richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic: “50 States, 5,000 Ideas: Where to Go, When to Go, What to See, What to Do.” As written on Amazon, the book “showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected.

The Travel Adapter and Voltage Converter That Works in 150 Countries


If you’re planning to head overseas this summer, I bet you’re worried about not blowing your electrical devices.

Video: 30 Things You Didn’t Know About the Oceans

If you like trivia-tastic information, check out Mental Floss‘ John Green as he shares some fascinating facts about our oceans!

What Happened on This Day in History?


Here’s an interesting website for history buffs or travelers that want to know what took place on a certain day. History‘s “This Day in History” page allows you to learn about the current day or any day you choose, with a wealth of subjects and facts for each.

The Free App With On-Demand Roadside Assistance


I’ve been an AAA member for over a dozen years, but since I’ve only used them once in that time and my new car comes with roadside assistance included in the lease, I can’t justify the annual fee.

Ask a Pilot with Spencer: Airplane Retirement, Part 1


In our Ask a Pilot series, pilot Spencer Marker answers one of your aviation-related questions each week.

Where to Find Each Airline at LAX


Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the fourth-busiest airport by passenger traffic (80,921,527 in 2016) in the world.

Watch Couples Get Married at a Las Vegas Wedding Chapel


Las Vegas Wedding Chapel (earthcam.com/usa/nevada/lasvegas/index.php?cam=wedding) OMG! Can you believe there’s a 24/7 streaming HD webcam in the middle of the action at a Las Vegas wedding chapel where you can see couples get married?

Travel Style: Jonny Clark


Jonny Clark Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Instagrammer of the Week: Maria Fagerström

Maria Fagerström (mariathepilot) Last week we featured an Instagram pilot that I learned about from a story in the UK’s Independent entitled “These female pilots are smashing stereotypes and becoming huge Instagram stars.” Not to be confused with last week’s pilot, Maria Pettersson, this week’s featured Instagrammer is another pilot named Maria: Maria Fagerström.

Don’t Be Fooled by Elevator Buttons (Especially at JFK’s Admirals Club)


I’ve been traveling through New York’s JFK airport a lot lately and I’ve noticed that the buttons to call the elevator in the American Airlines Admirals Club lounge have been messed up for over a year.

Jack’s First Flight and How American Airlines Almost Ruined It


Jack’s First Flight May 9 2017 LAX-YYZ As soon as I found out I was having a child, I started looking forward to taking him on his first flight.

5 Vantage Travel Journeys for Wine Lovers


Whether you’re a bona fide oenophile or just a causal drinker who appreciates a fine glass of wine, there’s a Vantage Travel journey that will be just right for you.

5 Vantage Travel Cruises for Wine Lovers


Whether you’re a bona fide oenophile or just a causal drinker who appreciates a fine glass of wine, there’s a Vantage Travel river cruise that will be just right for you.

Travel Style: Carmine Savarese


Carmine Savarese Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

TownePlace Suites Celebrates Barbecue in Austin & Beyond


Graffiti Park and scenic view of downtown Austin (Credit: Caitlin Martin) TownePlace Suites—Marriott’s all-suite line of properties with hot breakfast, kitchens and free Wi-Fi—is highlighting all-American barbecue during May’s National Barbecue Month in Austin.


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