Finding Travel Deals Just Got Even Easier

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You may have noticed small orange RSS buttons on our website and wondered what they were. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and you can subscribe to RSS news feeds--including our Real Deals, Road Trips, and more--to get updates delivered to your desktop or Web browser.

You're all set to start receiving RSS alerts if you have a free Google, MSN, or Yahoo account. And we just made it even easier so you can sign up for RSS feeds with one click of a button. We'll show you how.


  • If you don't already, sign up for an account at,, or is free.

  • After you've signed up, click on the buttons to the right to sign up for the feeds that suit your fancy.
  • If you don't have a Google, MSN, or Yahoo account, you can still sign up for RSS feeds, but you'll need a free program called a news reader. Links can be found at most sites with RSS services, or by doing a Google search for "RSS reader" or "RSS aggregator." Most are Mac- or PC-specific, so pick one that works with your computer. Once you have a way to get RSS feeds, follow your news reader's instructions. Usually, clicking on a small orange box labeled "RSS" does the trick.

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