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Holiday Travel Tip Sheet

Everything you need to know about traveling with tots, surviving the airport and planning a last-minute getaway.

Are you ready for the busiest travel season of the year?

Millions of people will take to the roads, rails and and skies during the holidays. Add to those crowds a bit of unpredictable weather, ever-changing airport security rules, expensive tickets and cranky kids, and you've got a situation that would drive anyone over the edge.

To help you plan ahead and increase your odds of smooth sailing, we've pulled together our best money- and sanity-saving travel advice. From traveling with tots, to navigating the airport, to planning a last-minute getaway, here's your survival guide:

Traveling With Tots Whether flying or driving with a young one, a little preparation can go a long way toward saving you money -- and keeping your cool.

Avoid Terminal Stress From knowing the latest security rules to bypassing long lines, we've got 12 tips to save your sanity at the airport this holiday.

Win the Bumping Game When flying, you can minimize your change of delay -- and score some travel perks -- with a little knowledge of your passenger rights.

Five Ways to Get Home for the Holidays Making last-minute travel plans? Here's the lowdown on finding the best route home for your budget.

30 Best Travel Sites Find the best bargains in air travel, car rentals, hotel rooms and vacation packages, whether you travel in the U.S. or internationally.

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