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Saving Money with Luggage and Travel

From discount travel to terrific sale prices on name brand luggage from top manufacturers, including Samsonite and American Tourister, the internet is a shopper’s paradise. Speaking of paradise, you can get a great deal on an island vacation, pack your favorite swimsuit in quality luggage and be on your way without breaking the budget.

Before you shop for luggage, you will need a place to go, right? From placing your next cruise on layaway at Wal-Mart to getting an ‘online only’ special rate for hotel accommodations, a little creativity and a few moments of your time is all it will take to save you a bundle on discount travel. In addition, AAA travelers and senior citizens will enjoy a discounted rate when making hotel reservations online.

If you are planning to make travel arrangements online, there is no shortage on terrific deals to be had. From weekly specials to discounted rates and last-minute deals, both air and rail travel can be found at a great deal by shopping directly with the carrier.

Once your discount travel arrangements are made, you can use the money that you saved to purchase top name brand luggage. Some of the most popular designs include those from American Tourister, Atlantic, Samsonite and others. Everywhere you click, retailers are eager to sell luggage and promise to do so at a bargain price. If you want to know which companies stand out above all the rest, take a moment to read third-party reviews, such as those posted at TopConsumerReviews.com. This company lists top luggage retailers, ranks them by quality and service and provides a detailed summary of the company and all that they offer.

When you shop for anything online, including luggage, you will probably be looking for a better deal than what you could find at your local store. This is why the internet has become such a successful place for retailers. With a much broader audience and 24/7 customer access, the stores are always open and deals are everywhere. In order to make room for the new arrivals, most retailers are eager to move their current inventory. What does this mean for the consumer? Deals, deals and more deals. Whether you are on a budget or simply want to pinch the pennies that you have, shopping online has never been better. Promotional offers, discounted shipping and reduced prices are just a few of the benefits to buying name brand luggage online.

If you shop for luggage in your local store, you may be facing higher prices for a number of reasons. Perhaps its less competition or the store is not dealing in large volumes and, therefore, is unable to get a deep discount when buying from the manufacturer. Online retailers, on the other hand, have a large customer base and purchase in volume, which means they are often able to get a discount that is good enough to pass along to shoppers. So, the next time that you are in the mood to hit the road, don’t do it without first checking out travel opportunities online. And when you need to find just the right luggage for your trip, it’s good to know that the perfect choice may be just a click away.

Unpacking travelers' frequently asked questions about flying with luggage

When you fly, almost nothing about your luggage makes sense. Think about it. Why, for example, does baggage have to be black Why are overhead bins so small Why do ramp workers throw your checked luggage around Why do Transportation Security ...

Published:  Sat, 16 Dec 2017 00:18:00 GMT



Our favorite smart luggage you can still use despite new airline rules

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Raden makes bags which include a phone charger, built-in scale, and location tracker.

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:15:00 GMT



Robots will help carry luggage in Tokyo for 2020 Olympics

Although still a few years away, tourists attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympics need not worry about moving around heavy luggage. A Tokyo official has confirmed that robots will be on hand at the Tokyo airport to help with translation, travel questions, and ...

Published:  Sat, 16 Dec 2017 00:41:00 GMT



U.S. Carriers Move To Ban Smart Luggage

Major U.S. carriers are moving to ban smart luggage from all aircraft. On Friday, American Airlines announced that "as part of safety management and risk mitigation," the carrier would ban any bag with an integrated lithium ion battery starting on ...

Published:  Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:31:00 GMT



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Global Market Research Report on Luggage Market 2017 is a professional and in-depth complete study on the current state of the Luggage worldwide. The Luggage report provides an elite resource to evaluate the Luggage Market and support the strategic and ...

Published:  Fri, 15 Dec 2017 16:23:00 GMT



Airlines Restrict Smart Luggage Over Safety Concerns

Heads up, travelers: Several major US airlines, including American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Delta Air Lines are placing restrictions on "smart" luggage over safety concerns. Smart bags, which are expected to be a popular gift this holiday season ...

Published:  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 02:19:00 GMT



Luggage Company Away's 2018 Plan

Stephanie Korey, CEO of Away, tells Cheddar that the company plans to triple sales in the next year and continue to be profitable. She reveals that new products are on the horizon!

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 07:33:17 GMT



How Alexandre Arnault Is Making a 120-Year-Old Luggage Brand Relevant Again

Alexandre Arnault, son of LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, the richest man in France, is probably tired of people characterizing him by his age and lineage, but the former is particularly impressive: At 25, he's the CEO of 80-year-old luxury luggage company ...

Published:  Fri, 15 Dec 2017 13:29:00 GMT



Qantas, Virgin Australia Are Banning Smart Luggage But Is It An Overreaction

Several major US carriers have announced new restrictions for 2018. But the airport cool kids may soon be forced to leave their brainy bags at home. Several major US airlines have announced that certain kinds of smart luggage will no longer be welcome ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 09:44:00 GMT



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