A lot can happen while traveling during the holidays — and usually that stems from winter storms impacting your travel plans. Delays build up across air travel networks, and before long, you find yourself stuck in an airport without a plane.
What can you do to prevent that added stress? Let’s take a look.
Now that Christmas is quickly approaching, there’s a lot of travel going on – and in many cases, if you haven’t yet booked your holiday travel, it’s going to get really (more) expensive, really fast.
Fortunately, there are solid ways to find pretty inexpensive travel through the New Year – though that’s not to say it’s always straightforward. A recent Wall Street Journal article suggests that Sundays are now the best day of the week to buy tickets, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re going to be significantly cheaper, especially if you’re buying within 7 or 14 days of travel.
Tired of spending $7 for a drink on an airplane? There’s a solution! Go to BevMo and buy a few minis, put them in your carry-on liquids thing, and voila! Problem solved and (depending on how long a flight you’re on and how much you imbibe) tens of dollars saved!
The first two months of 2014 have been positively nonstop. 18-hour-day after the next meant that there was little time to write more about what I love – traveling, which meant that there were no new posts during the month of January, and little in February. But now we’re back. Promise.