People who don’t take real vacations—where they travel somewhere and relax—are less happy, less productive, and less healthy. Don’t let that be you!
A retired couple can live very well in any of these countries for $2,000 to $2,500 a month.
These annual events, stretching from Portland, Oregon and Charleston, South Carolina to Peru, Italy and England, are worth planning a big trip around.
It pays to be cautious about boarding charter flights—danger levels vary widely.
Next time you go to Italy, try one or two of these off-the-beaten-path towns. They have beauty, history, delicious food—and can save you money.
If you love exploring national parks but hate contending with the hordes of people you…
What is the best strategy for getting a hotel room when there don’t seem to be any rooms available? Corey Sandler, consumer expert, has a suggestion…
Corey Sandler, consumer expert and author, helps travelers find the cheapest and smartest long-distance service when traveling abroad.
Corey Sandler, consumer expert and author of Bottom Line’s Secrets of the Savvy Consumer, helps travelers select the right cabin to suit their needs.
Corey Sandler, consumer expert and author of Bottom Line’s Secrets of the Savvy Consumer, offers his top three tips for saving money when booking a cruise.
Choosing the right cruise can be daunting. Corey Sandler, consumer expert and author of Bottom Line’s Secrets of the Savvy Consumer, gives his advice…
In this video, Corey Sandler, consumer expert, walks viewers through his strategy for selecting the right cruise vacation.
In his book, Bottom Line’s Secrets of the Savvy Consumer, consumer expert Corey Sandler discusses how to get free upgrades on rental cars.
One frustrating reality of searching for travel deals online is that prices change constantly, it’s difficult to be sure you’ve gotten the lowest prices.
In this video, Corey Sandler, consumer expert and author of Bottom Line’s Secrets of the Savvy Consumer, discusses prepaying…
When it comes to booking a hotel room, there are many options out there. But how can consumers be sure that they are getting the best deals out there?
How is a consumer to know if he/she is enrolled in the best travel loyalty program overall?
Is it better staying loyal to a specific airline and accruing points or miles…or should you go with whichever airline offers the least expensive fare?