Reader's Digest "lost" 192 wallets in 16 cities around the world to see how many would get returned. Here's which cities proved to be the most honest.
Fine print is usually filled with bad news for customers. But it can also hide some lucrative perks that the average cardholder doesn't know about.
Last week, United accidentally gave hundreds of travelers free tickets. Here's how to spot the next lucrative pricing mistake.
If cash-back rewards and airline miles aren't enough of perks for you, check out one of these credit cards that let you skip lines, get into exclusive events and more.
It took salvage crews 19 hours to turn Carnival's Costa Concordia upright Tuesday. It'll take a lot longer to right Carnival itself. But it has a plan - in fact, a guarantee.
After a computer glitch resulted in many travelers getting nearly-free tickets, United Airlines has decided to honor the price and let the lucky travelers fly free.
Startups focused on giving consumers better experiences in travel, entertainment and behavioral economics were among those vying for attention at TechCrunch Disrupt Monday.
A business traveler was angry that British Airways had lost his baggage, so he paid for promoted tweets to advertise his displeasure on Twitter.
This weekend, enjoy a vacation without guilt: According to analysts, Labor Day gas prices are the lowest in years.
As many consumers learn the hard way, your rewards points can be revoked at any time. Here's how it can happen -- and how to protect yourself.
For people who love the outdoors in theory, but don't want to bother with roughing it, "glamping" is a way to commune with nature while keeping sacrifices to a...
If your marriage is on the rocks, you might try a "save-cation" to patch things up. It's certainly cheaper than divorce.
Want to visit New York without spending a lot of money? A few hotels offer cheaper options than you would ever imagine. But they may just be best left to the imagination ...
A Southwest sale advertised hundreds of flights with fares under $100. Unfortunately, only a tiny number of seats were available at those prices. Not fair, said the DOT.
If you're taking a trip this summer, you're probably keeping a sharp eye on big expenses like airfares. But don't let a bunch of smaller ones derail your travel budget.
As part of a summer solstice flash sale, 20 hotels are offering discounted rates on reservations made for stays over the summer, and in some cases, until the end of the year.
United Airlines once again ranked dead-last in customer satisfaction. A recent picture depicting an unfortunate situation in an airplane lavatory gives us some idea why.
The Hilton Midtown, New York City's largest hotel, is getting rid of room service. But nobody should be shocked: It's part of a much bigger cost-cutting trend.
Germany is home to the world's best tippers, according travel website TripAdvisor. But Americans come in respectable second place.
The major surveys on air travelers' customer satisfaction are out, and even in a business known for delays, bad food and uncomfortable seats, U.S. carriers performed horribly.
Russia's FSB has accused a U.S. diplomat of being a CIA agent trying to recruit more spies for Uncle Sam. If their evidence is legit, double agent is a very high paying gig.