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Rules of the Road: How-To Survive Holiday Travels

Let's face it - the holidays can be overwhelming. If buying, wrapping, and packing up gifts were indeed what the holidays are all about - we'd stay home. It's not, though, and we battle the rushing crowds to see the ones we love. If you're traveling this holiday season, here are a few travel tips to keep things "merry and bright”.

  1. Leave early - No one wants to be Kevin McCalister left behind and home alone. No one also wants to run through an airport, no matter which sneakers you are wearing in flight. Get to the airport at least 2 hours early to leave enough time to check your bags and grab a cup of coffee before your flight. Pro Tip: Want to kick the security lines to the curb? Sign up a few months before your trip for TSA precheck. Learn More >>

  2. Make a checklist - Are you a glass-half-full always running out the door person? Then this tip is for you! Studies suggest that making lists of all the essentials not only helps prevent forgetting that favorite sweater but also helps your muscle memory! So grab a note pad or dry-erase board and start checking those boxes! Pro Tip: Post to your fridge or on your main door out of the house so it's a can't miss.

  3. Make reservations in advance - for those last-minute travelers, you can save a lot of money and frustration booking in advance! According to reader's digest, becoming a frequent visitor to flight sites early on in your planning will snag you the best deal since airlines have 10-15 price points for any flight. Pro Tip: Save time by watching flights and receiving alerts with the hopper app. Learn More >>

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