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The Joy of Miles
Short of actually traveling, the most lucrative source of frequent flyer miles is using a rewards credit card. The hard part: choosing a card. Tim Winship has more

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Credit card on keyboard (Photo: Index Open) Delta SkyMiles members can earn a 50 percent bonus when transferring American Express points into their accounts, plus bonus 25,000 Medallion elite-qualifying more
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Man getting poked in the eye by paper plane. Rampant fees. Airport gridlock. Snarled security lines. Let's face it: The airline industry is broken. Here's how we'd fix more
  • The Seven 'Deadly' Airline Fees Pride, sloth, envy, and more: The airlines have them all! We've paralleled the seven deadly sins with their most appropriate airline fee counterparts, and then show you how to avoid paying them.
  • Our Top 10 Stories of the Year We write a lot of articles over the course of a year, so choosing our favorites was no easy task. For this Top 10 list, we looked to you, our readers, for guidance. Here are the ones that really got you talking!
  • The Ultimate Guide to Scoring an Upgrade Whether you're taking to the skies, choosing a hotel, or booking a rental car, here are our comprehensive tips for upgrading your trip!
  • Ten Worst Travel Rip-Offs (and How to Avoid Them) Being an alert consumer can protect you and your wallet. Find out how to avoid these classic wallet-busters on your upcoming trip.
  • Best Reader Comments of 2009 We've rounded up the best reader comments of the year, with tips and suggestions on everything from packing to saving money to frequent flyer programs.
  • The 10 Most Useful Travel Gifts Under $30 There's a whole world of indispensible gadgets out there to make your trips more enjoyable. Here are the best of the best. Just remember the golden rule of holiday shopping: "One for them, one for me, one for them, one for me."