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Check Out Our Favorite Site For Discount Lift Tickets
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Check Out Our Favorite Site For Discount Lift Tickets

Despite the fact that here in the U.S. we’ve been experiencing what some are calling a “Winterless Wonderland” due to the record-setting lack of snow in parts of the country, we are still entering the high season […]

American Airlines Pilots To Be Given iPads
American Airlines Pilots To Be Given iPads

American Airlines Pilots To Be Given iPads

TechCrunch is reporting that American Airlines will be the first major carrier to use iPads instead of paper flight charts. Why, you may ask, are they doing this? Are AA pilots young, hipster types that […]

How Much Money Do You Really Save Using The Gas Buddy Phone App?
The Truth Behind The Gas Buddy Phone App

How Much Money Do You Really Save Using The Gas Buddy Phone App?

The Gas Buddy app is no secret to the world of road trippers with smart phones. It’s a gracefully simple idea: Travelers update current gas prices as you see them so drivers can find the […]

Airline Mobile Apps: The Future To Finding The Closest Airport Bathroom
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Airline Mobile Apps: The Future To Finding The Closest Airport Bathroom

The future of airline mobile apps are here, and it apparently involves helping you find the closest airport bathroom. As people rely more on mobile computing, apps are increasingly growing in importance, and the airliners […]

My Problem With Hotel Ratings And How To Use Them Effectively
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My Problem With Hotel Ratings And How To Use Them Effectively

I came home last week to see my wife ripping through some reviews of hotels in New York City. That’s something I just don’t do, spending an evening scouring reviews, I don’t put that much […]

The Expeditioner Review: Google Debuts Google Flight Search
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The Expeditioner Review: Google Debuts Google Flight Search

Google unveiled Google Flight Search today, their own flight search engine that is the product of their 2010 acquisition of ITA Software — the company that powers most of the big travel search engines. This […]

Yapta Lands $5 Million Investment
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Yapta Lands $5 Million Investment

Airfare tracking site Yapta announced today that they landed a $5 million investment from TripIt owner Concur, as reported by TechCrunch. This brings Yapta’s total investment to $13.8 million, or in layman’s terms, what Google […]

How To Use Twitter For Deals On Travel
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How To Use Twitter For Deals On Travel

For the truly budget conscious, no ordeal is too tough when looking for deals. Red-eye flights via sketchy local airlines, mile-long treks to cheap hostels, and a penchant for street food (okay, I’d do that […]

5 Must-Listen Podcasts For Travelers
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5 Must-Listen Podcasts For Travelers

Poor ‘lil podcasts. Those glorious little nuggets of thought expelled into the web-o-sphere by the intelligent, the hilarious and, more often than not, the unfortunate obnoxious population. Like blogs, we love them and we hate […]

Matador Network Unveils New Design
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Matador Network Unveils New Design

It looks like the coding elves at Matador Network were busy over the weekend working on a site redesign that was unveiled today. The new site features a rotating featured article slider front and center […]

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