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Holiday Travel Survival Guide [Infographic]

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The hustle and bustle of the holiday season can make traveling even more challenging than usual. Whether you are headed home for the holidays or squeezing in one last business trip before the new year, we’ve put together a few fun tips in our Holiday Travel Survival Guide to help you stay stress-free during what can be a stressful time of year.

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Holiday Travel Survival Guide [Infographic]

  1. 1. Holiday Travel The hustle and bustle of the holiday season can make traveling even more challenging than usual. Here are a few fun tips from the team at TripIt. TripIt from Concur instantly organizes all your travel plans in one place. BOARDING PASS FLIGHT GATE SEAT Airlines Fly PASSENGER DESTINATIONDEPARTURE DATE John Smith Chicago -O’Hare18:00 22/10 SRT204 42 F-302 Don’t be naughty. Be advised – hogging the overhead bins, dominating the armrests and bringing garlic fries onboard might result in a lump of coal in your stocking. Avoid the Top 10 Flying Faux Pas. © 2006-2015, Concur Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. TripIt® and Concur® are registered trademarks of Concur Technologies, Inc. Other trademarks held by their respective owners. Take the fast lane Sign up for CLEAR or TSA Pre-Check and speed through security lines without taking off your shoes, belts, or jingle bells. TripIt Pro members have access to CLEAR at a discounted rate. Speaking of security The My TSA app can be handy for checking security line wait times at the airport or questions about whether you can pack a fruitcake in your checked bag. Want a better seat? The Seat Tracker feature in TripIt Pro can notify you when a better seat on your flight becomes available. If Scrooge cancels your flight TripIt Pro can help you quickly find alternate flights before the rest of the madding crowd! Or, call the airline immediately to get rebooked – it’s much faster than running to the customer service counter. Stay healthy Get a flu shot before you fly (good cheer isn’t the only thing people are spreading this season,) pack healthy snacks you can eat on-the-go, and make sure your schedule includes plenty of time for sleep and exercise. Pack light. Seriously, this is the number one travel tip of all time. PACK LIGHT. Don’t be tempted to stuff one more thing in your sack. You won’t regret it. Trust us. Dress for success. Keep your belt in your carry on and put it on after you get through security. Wear slip-on shoes. Wear socks. Santa hats are optional. Zip up. A jacket with zippered pockets is handy. Put things like your wallet, keys, phone and loose change in the zipped up pockets, rather than in the open bins. It’s easier to grab one thing and go, and harder for someone to slip your stuff into their pocket. Give yourself a gift. Keep track of all your travel points and VIP benefits in one place with TripIt Pro; when your holiday travels are over, treat yourself to a merry little reward! Share with family and friends Keep your inner circle in the loop about your travel plans by sharing your entire itinerary right through TripIt Pro. No more forwarding, texting, or calling required. Now Mom will know exactly when your plane lands, no matter the delays. Making a list Making a master itinerary helps organize all your travel plans in one place, putting everything you need at your fingertips. Checking it twice TripIt Pro members can use real-time alerts on delays, cancellations, and gate changes to eliminate the guesswork – and the stress. Baby, it’s cold outside! Use a weather app to keep tabs on winter storms that might delay flights. Allow extra time to get to the airport or make connections. Try to plan layovers in warmer cities where blizzards are less likely to blow. Be nice! Holiday travel can be very stressful, so people are extra appreciative if you can smile and show them a little kindness. Offer to help someone with their bag. Switch seats so that family can sit together. Offer to buy a drink for the person in front of you, maybe they’ll forgo reclining their seat in return! bit.ly/tripitpro39 Let TripIt Pro ease the stress of holiday travel. Get 1 month free plus $10 savings. Download TripIt today.

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