The second half of summer is a popular time to plan spur-of-the-moment trips and getaways. However, these trips can also come with high price tags. BBB is urging consumers to research, plan and make sure all deals are legitimate when arranging a vacation.
BBB recommends the following tips to save money and prevent disappointment while traveling this summer:
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