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  • Sell or buy a nonrefundable hotel room

    Sell or buy a nonrefundable hotel room
    If you're stuck with a nonrefundable hotel reservation you find you can't use, a new startup, Roomer (roomertravel.com), will let you recover at least some of the money. And if you're looking for a good hotel deal, you can buy the seller's reservation...
  • Seniors on the Go: Finding the winter deals

    Seniors on the Go: Finding the winter deals
    Whether you're an active skier, snowboarder, or skater, or just enjoy the great mountain sightseeing and ski-lodge atmosphere, many of you will be heading for winter sports centers over the coming months. And several online sources are eager to help you...
  • My gas card had a little accident

    My gas card had a little accident
    The $50 gas card Expedia promises Viola Wilson doesn't arrive in one piece, and when she asks for a replacement, it sends her coupons. Shouldn't it be sending her another card? Q: Maybe you can help me with this little dilemma. I booked a trip for my...
  • Airline cancels route -- but what about my credits?

    Airline cancels route -- but what about my credits?
    Nancy Palmer cancels her flight from Seattle to Baltimore. Then her airline stops flying from Seattle to Baltimore. So what happens with the ticket credit she was offered? Is her ticket really nonrefundable? Q. I'm writing about a recent issue I had with...
  • Four-Star hotels less than $100 — Opaque helps; fees hurt

    Four-Star hotels less than $100 — Opaque helps; fees hurt
    You can still find four-star hotel accommodations for less than $100 a night in many big U.S. cities. Opaque buying helps cut costs; fees add to costs. That's the overall take-away from a recent report from Hotwire, the big online travel agency (OTA)...
  • Air passengers say 'inattentive parents' and 'rear seat kicker' among the 'most annoying' fliers

    Air passengers say 'inattentive parents' and 'rear seat kicker' among the 'most annoying' fliers
    Flying for the holidays can be fun but also frustrating, and sometimes it's our fellow travelers who drive us the most crazy. And the "most annoying" are "inattentive parents" followed by the "rear seat kicker," according to a study commissioned by...
  • Time to get real about real-time airfares

    Time to get real about real-time airfares
    Sue Marcus was looking for a flight from Washington, D.C., to Tulsa, Okla. Instead, she found trouble. Every time the American Airlines website asked her to select a return flight, it came back with an error message saying that the fare she'd selected...
  • Can you solve the 'when to buy' conundrum?

    Can you solve the 'when to buy' conundrum?
    Lots of ink and pixels have been devoted to the quest for an answer to the question, "When is the best time to buy airline tickets?" My pat answer has always been, "When they're on sale," but colleague George Hobica of Airfare Watchdog says -- and I agree...
  • American's 'new look' website -- a sign of the future

    American's 'new look' website -- a sign of the future
    "Avoid fees -- just pay more." That's the perverse logic of American's new system of presenting prices, and it may make some sense. A few days ago, American unveiled some major changes to its online booking system -- changes designed to steer you toward...
  • Help, my canceled hotel room is un-canceled

    Q: I recently tried to book a four-star hotel in New York through Expedia's unpublished rates section, which doesn't reveal the name of the hotel until you pay for it. The hotel we ended up with was DoubleTree by Hilton New York Chelsea, which is only...
  • That's not the ticket credit you promised me

    That's not the ticket credit you promised me
    After a canceled flight, a merged airline and crossed wires with Expedia, Anoop Ramaswamy is the proud owner of a worthless airline ticket. Now what? Q: I booked a round-trip ticket from Buffalo, N.Y., to Chennai, India, on Continental Airlines, just...
  • Coming soon: 'Branded' air tickets

    Coming soon: 'Branded' air tickets
    "Brand" is the latest buzzword in airline pricing. Pioneered by American Airlines, the idea gets high praise from some of the airline marketing mavens. And if it seems to work for American, you can bet other lines will quickly copy: After all, "Me, too"...