Travel costs are higher than ever right now, but that doesn't
mean you have to sacrifice the vacation you want. By following
some simple steps, you can find ways to save on travel, and bring
your dream vacation into reach.
In the following video, Motley Fool investment planning editor
Lauren Kuczala talks with longtime Fool contributor and financial
planner Dan Caplinger about how to save on your next trip. Dan
notes that the travel industry has grown reliant on income from
fuel surcharges, baggage fees, resort tack-ons, and other
ancillary revenue. But by doing research
you buy, Dan shows how you can cut costs on airfare, car rentals,
and lodging costs.
One company that's trying to benefit from a recovery in travel
is MGM Resorts. When Las Vegas hit a rough patch during the Great
Recession, MGM has since turned its attention to a new resort on
Macau's Cotai Strip that may relieve the company from crushing
debt. For expert analysis on
whether this former high-flying stock can regain
on the back of a growing presence in Asia, you're invited to
check out The Motley Fool's new premium report on MGM Resorts.
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