Visit two cities for the price of one with a free stopover. Getty Images By Thomas H. Blanton, Reporter July 6, 2018From Kiplinger's Personal Finance Guide to Scoring the Best Deals in 2018 Disrupter Deal: The Instant Pot Get the Real Deal for Less Best Bets for Grocery Delivery Top Tech Bargains for 2018 Refurbished and Open-Box Deals Disrupter Deal: No-Strings Streaming Best Deals for Low-Cost Cloud Storage Free Trades on Low-Cost Funds Skip the Sales Tax Disrupter Deal: Trade Stocks Commission-Free Sales on Consumer Staples Stocks Hot Savings on Flights to Hawaii Get a Free Hotel Room RVs for a Dollar a Day You can visit two destinations for the price of one if the airline you’re taking to your final destination allows free “stopovers” at its hub cities. For example, you can arrange a stopover in Lisbon or Porto for up to five nights when flying on TAP Portugal. The deal includes discounts on hotels and other perks, such as a free bottle of wine in partner restaurants. Another possibility is the Azores archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean for up to seven nights when you fly to destinations in Europe on Azores Airlines from Boston; Oakland, Calif.; or Providence, R.I. Or spend a night in Montreal, Toronto or Vancouver when your Air Canada connection exceeds six hours.