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5 Ways to Get Peace of Mind & Money Back Over the Holidays

If you’re traveling this month, there’s a good chance TripIt can help put money back in your pocket. To date, we’ve identified more than $300,000 in airfare refunds for TripIt Pro users traveling in the month of November. (Not a Pro member yet? See tip #2!) Without further ado, here are 5 ways to get  Continue Reading »

Android Takes Flight in 2011: Version 1.9 Now Available

Time to get the charger out, your smartphone has been busy! Today we announced that overall mobile usage has doubled – and Android usage in particular has tripled – in one year among TripIt users. Also, Android 1.9 is now available for download in the Marketplace. The design changes will help you find important trip information  Continue Reading »

How to Get to Colombia – and Back – Without a Hitch

By Paige Graham When I received the invitation to a good friend’s wedding in Cali, Colombia, I knew I couldn’t miss it.  And for several reasons – I had never been to South America, Katie is one of my most favorite people in the universe, and I definitely needed to meet this Colombian man who  Continue Reading »

Wanderlust & Weddings: Why Couples Travel to Tie the Knot

Part II of TripIt’s Destination: Wedding Week series Last week we debuted the Where in the World are Weddings? data visualization and Labor Day wedding travel infographic. Today, we’re diving into the ins and outs of destination weddings, and why couples choose to hit the road to get hitched. “There was never a doubt in  Continue Reading »

Destination: Wedding Week!

There’s something in the air at TripIt. It’s true love – for travel – and we’re in it for the long haul. Starting today, we’re ringing in a week of wedding news, tips and trends about the marriage of travel + tying the knot. Where in the World are Weddings? New Data Visualization If you  Continue Reading »

5 Ways Travelers Are Front and Center in Innovation

It’s an exciting time to be a traveler. Coming from a history of lugging manila folders and paper receipts with me on the road, I know other travelers are just as amped as I am that there are smarter and easier digital alternatives. As those of us in the travel industry pow-wow in Denver for  Continue Reading »

Tales from the Road: How to Handle a Celebrity Run-in

As summer vacations wind down, we’re going to feature travelers’ tales from the road. If you’d like to share your own, send us an email. Nan, a self-proclaimed “big TripIt fan,” tells us about packing as much fun as possible into a whirlwind weekend in NYC, and what happened when he encountered a famous face  Continue Reading »

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