Vodka Shots at Airport Security, Best & Worst Days to Fly for Christmas, Lie-Flat Business Class Seat for $23 Extra

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Timothy flying SAS Business Class from Stockholm to Chicago
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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Tuesday, November 30, 2021, that we think you should read.

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This New Map From United Helps You Search Destinations Within Your Budget. – I love how airlines are making it easier for travelers to find new destinations and book killer flight deals. And, of course, the functionality is powered by Google Flights technology.

The Best (and Worst) Days to Fly for Christmas 2021. – We always stay home for the holidays to avoid the terrible crowds. If you’re planning your Christmas vacation, these are the days that you should avoid to minimize your stress and enjoy your trip.

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7 Travel Gadgets You Don’t Need (and What to Buy Instead). – We’ve all wasted money on some travel gadget that we thought was awesome but then turned out to be a piece of garbage. Empty promises left unfulfilled. From this list, I always travel with my Anker power bank (affiliate) so that my devices never run out of juice.

I bought a coach ticket but flew in a lie-flat bed for just $23 more. – Although it was just a short flight, this is an incredible deal to be able to book this lie-flat bed for about $20. You can’t really enjoy the bed much when the flight is only 45 minutes, but I’ll take it any day over the cramped seats in American Airlines Economy.

Woman hands vodka shots out to passengers when told she can’t take it through security. – Now THIS is how you handle the TSA 3-1-1 liquids rule. Since you can’t take it with you, might as well share the wealth with your fellow travelers. The FAA wants to fine people up to $160,000 for drinking alcohol on a plane and airport drink prices are massive, so everybody wins in this scenario.

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