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Woman Says She Received Nasty Emails From Expedia After Giving Negative Feedback

DELTA, Ohio (CBS Cleveland)– A woman says she received some less-than-pleasant emails from Expedia after having a negative experience and offering the company feedback.

“I could not believe someone would send me something like that,” Frances Griffith told… 302 more words


Trying To Decide How Upset At Expedia I Still Am

I’m trying to figure out how upset at Expedia I still am. They’ve at least somewhat fixed their error, but it was still a huge hassle and I’m left still feeling uncertain about whether or not something else might go wrong. 598 more words

U.S. DOJ Approves Expedia-Orbitz Merger

On September 16th, U.S. regulators approved the $1.6 billion merger of Expedia, the world’s largest travel services booking company and its rival, Orbitz Worldwide. The deal was announced in February shortly after Expedia closed a $280 million deal to buy Travelocity, another travel service booking company. 235 more words

Tip of the Week: Planning Hack

Planning a vacation can be stressful. I wish I could have a travel agent do everything for me but alas I do not. So I find myself constantly on Skyscanner, Kayak, Trip Advisor, Expedia, etc searching for the best deals. 218 more words


Completion Of $1.6B Orbitz, Expedia Merger Further Whittles Down Online Travel Agency Options

Despite the protests from the leading hotel industry group that a merger between Expedia and Orbitz would concentrate too much of the travel-booking market in one company’s hands – leading to fewer choices for consumers – the two companies have received regulatory approval and completed their $1.6 billion marriage today. 273 more words

Disneyland Paris +OOTD

I’m back! (:

If you haven’t read my previous post, I went to Disneyland Paris for two nights with the boyfriend. I had such an amazing time and even plucked up the courage to go on the bigger rides including Aerosmith, where I admit I may of shed a tear or two out of pure fear. 379 more words


Your travel apps are putting you at risk of security breaches. Here's how to protect yourself

The top travel apps for Android and iOS are riddled with flaws that could leave your data exposed, according to a new report out Tuesday from mobile security startup Bluebox Security. 377 more words