When Judy Jacobson traveled from California to Hawaii to help her daughter recover from neck surgery, she didn’t expect that her credit card would need a little TLC, too. But it did.
Gary Murray’s credit card is declined when he buys an AirTran ticket, but he doesn’t find out until he gets to the gate. How much should he pay for the new ticket?
How much cash should you carry when you travel? I’ll break it down for you and help you steer clear of some truly evil fees.
Note: This is the first in a series of videos I’ll be presenting from USA Today in August, designed to help improve your consumer skills. I hope you enjoy them.
Harold Nagase tries to add a day to his Hotwire car rental, but when the vehicle is damaged, his credit card company won’t cover it. Why not?
If you happen to drive down the Brenner Autobahn between Austria and Italy this summer, here’s a little advice for crossing the wind-whipped Europabrücke, or Europe Bridge: keep a little cash on hand to pay the toll.
Randy Brachman is shocked when his $16 lunch bill turns into a $1,608 bill at a Costa Rican restaurant. Can he get his money back?
Credit cards come with all kinds of bells and whistles. Here are the ones you should have if you plan to travel a lot.