Finding the best site to suit your specific budget, needs and preferences can be tricky. Here’s the Frugal Traveler’s guide to selecting the right site at the right time.
Budget travelers don’t have to conform to the same choices to save money. Here’s some advice you can customize.
Can an old-fashioned printed guide compete with the web’s bottomless resources? The Frugal Traveler conducts an experiment to find out.
If you want to make a last-minute escape to a warm-weather destination, you can still find deals — you just may need to work for them.
In an attempt to save money on a long drive this summer, the Frugal Traveler posted his route on three ride-share sites. Here’s what he learned.
If you can wait to book your room until hours before check-in, smartphone apps can help you score big savings. Just don’t expect the process always to be easy.
The Frugal Traveler evaluates a handful of relatively new Web sites that try to help you travel smarter and cheaper.
On a trip to China, the Frugal Traveler put Google Translate to the test. Here’s what he learned and how it could help you.
There are a variety of factors to consider before getting coverage, from where you travel to your tolerance for risk.
A recent column about TripAdvisor set off disagreements and debate among readers, while a column on travel savings drew bonus ideas.