Natasha is a freelance writer and frequent traveler. She writes about luxury travel, travel hacking and credit card rewards. Her goal is to encourage more people to experience the world around them.
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Is It Best to Book a Cruise Last-Minute?
We found savings of up to 70% on last-minute cruises, but you're not always going to get the best deal booking late.
How to Get Cheap and Discounted Universal Studios Tickets
There are many ways to get Universal Studios tickets at less than full price, including residency discounts and AAA membership.
Best COVID-19 Travel Insurance in June 2023
Even as the height of the pandemic wanes, having travel insurance that covers COVID is still a good idea.
Universal Studios vs. Islands of Adventure
While both offer something for Harry Potter fans to enjoy, the parks differ primarily in theme and energy.
What is American Elite Status Worth?
American's elite status program ties for second with United in our yearly analysis of airline loyalty programs.
What to Know Before Flying Southwest Airlines with Pets
Southwest typically allows six spots per flight for eligible cats and dogs to travel in under-seat carriers in the main cabin.
How Single Rider Lines at Disney World Work
Look out for single rider lines if you hate long waits and don't mind riding alone.
Is Ryanair Safe?
Despite being known for its bare-bones approach to budget travel, Ryanair has a remarkable safety record.
The Guide to Chase Rental Car Insurance for Travelers
Get coverage by declining the rental company's insurance and charging the car rental to your Chase card.
The Guide to IdentoGo and TSA PreCheck
IdentoGo offers travelers a way to process their TSA PreCheck application without having to go to an airport.
Chase Purchase Protection: What to Know
All Chase travel credit cards come with purchase protection, but the amount of coverage varies from card to card.
7 Things to Know About Delta’s Flight Delay Compensation Policy
Travel insurance can make up for what Delta's delay compensation policies lack.
What to Do When Southwest Delays Your Flight
You can ask, but Southwest isn't required to compensate you for a delay, so consider travel insurance as backup.
United vs. Southwest: Which Is Best?
Southwest is more generous with its perks, fees and customer service, but United offers double the destinations.