When AT&T offers Enaruna Aideyan a special rate for two Samsung Galaxy S8+ phones, he jumps on it. Then AT&T refuses to honor the deal. What’s going on?
Sherry Brenneman keeps finding an unavailable fare on Priceline. Will Priceline ever fix it?
Rola Hassoun wrote to us on behalf of her mother, Sanaa, who purchased a cell phone from Verizon as a gift to her husband in July, 2014.
Now you see those summer travel deals. Now you don’t.
Depending on whom you talk to, Travelocity’s unexpected announcement last month that it has reached a strategic marketing agreement with longtime rival Expedia will either create a dominant new Internet travel agency, give consumers access to more hotel choices or raise prices.
After he buys four tickets for the Indy 500 through a coupon site, he learns he may not be sitting with his friends. Can he undo the purchase?
How quickly we are to invoke the “S” word when things don’t go our way.
Tired of high hotel rates and airfares this summer? Just wait. Travel prices may be about to go into a tailspin — again.
When is a deal not a deal? When the “savings” evaporate with a little research.
If you found a bargain airfare, you’d book it, right?
If you thought the travel bargains were unbelievable this year, just wait until 2010.
All across the travel industry, people who thought they were getting deals are discovering that they aren’t. As airlines slash their fares, passengers with advance reservations are finding that their tickets weren’t bargains. The “low” hotel rates? Turns out they had a lot lower to go. Ditto for cruise tickets and rental cars.