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12 Top Travel Tips From 2012

How many times have we said that we'd take more trips if we only had the money? Though you may think a vacation is a money sucker, we found plenty of ways to travel on a budget in 2012. This year, budget travel got even easier, thanks to new apps, new ways to use frequent flier miles, and more. We've gathered some of the best tips from this year (including practical ones for before, during, and after your trip) to serve as a starting point for all of the trips you will take in 2013!



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Gordon3536494 Gordon3536494 3 years
These are great travel tips, expecially for travel during the holidays with all of the chaos and confusion at airport security checkpoints and baggage claim. There is a simple, inexpensive way to protect your valuables while traveling and to recover any lost items safely and quickly. We found the website at Mystufflostandfound and obtained Okoban tracker tags for protecting keys, passports, laptops, phones, tablets, passports, purses and even luggage, credit cards and cameras. There is no annual fee for the Okoban global lost and found service and the system is used by 400+ airlines in 2,200+ airports and hundreds of “Frequent Finder” locations including the TSA and police agencies and rail, coach, maritime, car rental and hotel companies.
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