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Given the option of getting a great deal with points or paying out-of-pocket, I’ll almost always take the points option. But there are exceptions, and sometimes using cash can be a great deal. I don’t typically subscribe to email newsletters from travel sites such as Expedia, Orbitz or Kayak — the notifications they send me Read full post »

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