If it sounds too good to be true it usually is.

In travel, some deals really are too good to be true

The quoted rate for an “amazing” three-bedroom condominium in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, looked too good to be true. The unit, which featured flat-screen TVs, beds with “lush, warm comforters,” a gourmet kitchen and a lanai overlooking Lake Pend Oreille, cost only $1,900 for the month. And guess what? It was too good to be true.

Gratuity fatigue is real.

Are consumers tired of gratuitous gratuities?

Tipping is a hot topic again, thanks to a controversial ballot measure raising the minimum wage for restaurant workers in Washington, D.C., and recent social-media campaigns such as the #tipthebillchallenge that have drawn attention to low server wages.