Best Credit Cards for Gas in 2017

Best Credit Cards for Gas in 2017

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Best Credit Cards for Airline Miles in 2017

Best Credit Cards for Airline Miles in 2017

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7 Proven Ways to Cut Your Vacation Costs in Half

7 Proven Ways to Cut Your Vacation Costs in Half

I write a lot of the travel deals here at Brad’s Deals, which means I spend almost every day reviewing airfare and vacation packages. Cool job, right? It has me hard-wired to find the best deal for my own vacations, too. When I booked a trip to Los Angeles for my girlfriend and I, we budgeted around $1,800. But through some thrifty travel hacks, we ended up spending just $900 for the two of us.

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How I Took a $20,000 Luxury Vacation for (Nearly) Free!

How I Took a $20,000 Luxury Vacation for (Nearly) Free!

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37 Things You Should Always Keep in Your Car

37 Things You Should Always Keep in Your Car

It's always a good idea to get your car in order. Would you have what you needed if your car broke down? Or if you were stranded somewhere? Check out our list of things you should have in your car - then knock on wood that you never need to use them.

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4 Ways to Save on Skiing and Snowboarding

4 Ways to Save on Skiing and Snowboarding

I've lived in the Southwest for my entire life, so I'm not the biggest fan of winter. Yet somehow, skiing has become one of my favorite activities. The combination of beautiful views, a decent workout, and après-ski beers gets me to the top of the hill every time. Unfortunately, skiing can be pretty expensive. Here's how to save on a trip to the mountain.

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No Points? No Problem! 7 Ways to Find Deals on Flights WITHOUT Using a Credit Card

No Points? No Problem! 7 Ways to Find Deals on Flights WITHOUT Using a Credit Card

We publish a lot of stories about how to leverage certain credit cards in order to amass travel points and cash back to use towards cheap (or sometimes free!) airfare. If you've taken our advice and started playing the points game, great, but article isn't for you. This article is for anyone who wants to save on travel costs without having to sign up for a credit card.

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I Used Points to Save $5,000 on a Trip to the Mexican Riviera (and You Can Too!)

I Used Points to Save $5,000 on a Trip to the Mexican Riviera (and You Can Too!)

I spent a magical New Year's Eve in Mexico, and was able to save thousands on my trip thanks to points, miles, and some savvy traveling. Here's how I did it.

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Your Dream Vacation to Bali is Way Cheaper Than You Think

Your Dream Vacation to Bali is Way Cheaper Than You Think

Talk to any yogi about Bali, and her eyes will fill with dreamy awe. Bali, and specifically the city of Ubud, has become a spiritual mecca for many flexible, hand-standing Westerners. This is in part due to the myriad of yoga, meditation, and energy work retreats you’ll find in Bali, but mostly due the magic of the Balinese and their daily spiritual traditions. As our readers know, I have a deep love for yoga, so when the opportunity arose last year, I jumped at the chance of going on a spiritual journey of my own. 

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10 Things I Learned From a Month of Couch Surfing

10 Things I Learned From a Month of Couch Surfing

The month of December started off a little rough for me. After the condo I was supposed to move into got sold unexpectedly, I found myself a car-less 29-year-old woman with a month of temporary homelessness in between the end of one lease and the beginning of another. The only solution that made sense financially was for me to couch surf until I could move into my new place. 

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