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Is it ever OK to steal from an airline?

Lauren is a thief. At least that’s how I’ve described people like her in the past — air travelers who […]

Are LastMinuteTravel’s $1 room rates too good to be true?

A room at the InterContinental Tampa on Feb. 10 costs $278 a night. But Dave Willis got his free, thanks to LastMinuteTravel.com's The World for a Dollar offer. Sound too good to be true? It may be.

Would you pay $200,576 for a 13-night cruise?

Royal Caribbean must think its customers are royally loaded. Or royally insane. How else do you explain the pricing of an inside cabin on a June 2 sailing of the Legend of the Seas for the princely sum of $200,576?
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