David Guggenhime thinks that LG Electronics owes him a free tablet (not to mention an American Express gift card) for purchasing one of its TVs. He contacted us because he alleges that the company didn’t make good on its offer. Or was it Guggenhime that didn’t live up to his end of the bargain?
If you don’t trust your bank, you’re in good company. Financial regulations are unraveling in the wake of several shocking banking scandals Switching to Bitcoin? Ditching our financial institutions?
Lexus is not giving away free cars. But Brad Playford says it’s the principle. He asked Superstition Springs Lexus in Mesa, Ariz., for a quote on a 2016 Lexus GX, which retails for about $50,000.
All the over-the-air broadcast channels used to be included in Barbara Wilkins’s basic cable TV package, or in her words, “They were ‘free.’” Now they’re not.
They rescheduled his flight – why don’t his bags fly “free”? Here’s an imponderable travel question: Is a “free” checked bag transferable to another airline?
Kenneth Heller thinks he’ll never get the “free” cruise IIG Promotions promised him for attending its sales presentation. But should I, too?
If you travel, you probably already know that smartphone apps aren’t that smart. In fact, they’re sometimes buggy, sluggish and hard to use.
A “free” first class upgrade is the Holy Grail of air travel. And Sam Huang did it with one of the most sought-after premium sections on the planet — an around-the-world flight in one of Emirates’ legendary First Class Suites.
If it’s 2015, then why are hotel guests still doing something so ’90s, like paying extra for an Internet connection?
If you’ve ever been to a travel trade show, you’ve probably seen the freeloaders. They prowl the floor in small
The travel industry is infatuated with the word “free,” and face it, so are travelers. Don’t believe me? Then feel
If you aren’t familiar with the “free” credit report scam, then meet Brian Youngblood. One day while he was online,
How dumb do they think you are?
Chase lied. United Airlines lied.
Henry Baumgaertel won a free cruise. At least that what the letter he received a few weeks ago claimed.
Turns out there is such a thing as a free lunch.
If you think you can’t afford your next vacation, think again. In a recessionary economy, you can score a free vacation, or something close to it. Here are six secrets that will help you travel without paying.
US Airways plans to announce tomorrow that it will bring complimentary sodas, juices, tea, water and coffee to its flights starting next month. Charging for soft drinks — particularly bottled water — was highly unpopular with its passengers.
Let’s fast-forward to Aug. 1, when US Airways begins to charge for soft drinks on its flights, including bottled water. How’s that going to go over? Not very well.