Best Travel Deals 2013
Save big or stay home! Travel Channel is tracking down just what the budget-conscious traveler ordered -- our picks for the best travel deals of the year, each hand-selected by our panel of expert advisors. From Rick Ingersoll, “Frugal Travel Guy,” to Brian Kelly, “The Points Guy,” these leading experts in budget travel have come together to put the “Travel's Best” stamp of approval on the 10 best deals this year.
Meet our panel of advisors, and see their top picks for the year’s travel deals, including the best hotel loyalty program, top credit card rewards, most cost-efficient car rental options, most affordable European destinations and more.
And to start finding your next big travel deal, check out The Points Guy’s best ways to earn travel points and our interview with Frugal Travel Guy on secrets to snagging travel deals. You’ll be saving big and traveling to your dream getaway in no time.
Best Site for Travel Packages: HolidayPirates.com
"For great package deals, check out the website HolidayPirates.com . They find incredible deals for packages, flights and more departing to and from Europe. I've found some incredible, hard-to-find offers on that website, like $500-roundtrip flights to Europe or $50 flights from Europe to Turkey." -- Matthew Kepnes, Nomadic Matt
Save big or stay home! Travel Channel is tracking down just what the budget-conscious traveler ordered -- the best travel deals of the year, hand-selected by our panel of expert advisors.
Meet the seasoned, expert panel of advisors behind Travel's Best Travel Deals 2013. Our advisors know what it takes to snag the best travel deals, with precision knowledge of hotel loyalty programs, credit card rewards and much more.
There are myriad ways to earn points and miles these days, from getting the right credit cards to tweeting an airline or hotel -- get The Points Guy's insights into some of the best ways you can easily start to accrue miles and points and miles yourself.
When Rick Ingersoll started his website, Frugal Travel Guy, he had one goal: for every traveler to see the world at prices they can afford. For Rick, a big focus has been demystifying the often intimidating world of miles and points.