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Here are the top ten articles for the Budget Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Checking Airline Daily Low Fare History
I came across a feature on the web recently that you might be interested in learning more about. Quite simply it is called Daily Low Fare History. It allows you to see fare history to aid in your travel planning to get the best air fares.
2. Split Pay Airline Tickets
Split Pay is a term used when buying airline tickets and one ticket is purchased using a credit card and the other is paid using miles or some other reward type of payment. But you need to be careful to use the TCP2 code.
3. Valentine's Day in St. Thomas
If you are planning on a romantic getaway for Valentine's Day, take a close look at an island just off the United States coast - St. Thomas!!
4. 175th Annual München Oktoberfest
No trip to southern Germany in late September would be complete without making a stop at the München Oktoberfest.
5. Gas is $4. Why Take A Family RV Vacation?
I think that RV travel with $4 gas still makes sense. I do a little RVing every year. Some years a little more RVing than others. I can show you how to save some money by renting an RV.
6. Hotel Booking on a Budget
Reserving a nice place to stay is a bargain right now. Read this article so you'll have a few tips on how to get the best deal.
7. Pros and Cons of an All Inclusive England Vacation
An all-inclusive vacation has always been popular especially for people who are visiting England for the first time. The notion that you will only need to pay for a one-set price for transportation, foods, drinks, accommodations and tours is certainly appealing.
8. RV Rental - Packing Checklist
One of the most time consuming parts of renting an RV and getting it all packed up, is keeping track of where you put all of the "stuff" you take with you on your trip. Here is how you keep your sanity and not lose you mind or a lot of time when you go out on the road.
9. Planning a Family Ski Vacation
It’s time to plan the family vacation – and everyone wants to go skiing. Don’t worry, skiing isn’t as expensive as you might think. There are lots of ways to save and still have fun!
10. Missouri Wine Trail
Recently I drove from Colorado Springs CO to St Louis MO down I-70 and back. About 60 miles east of St Louis, I went by a sign, "Hermann Wine Trail". Note to self. Stop there on the way home. After this weekend, I am going to need a drink.
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