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End of Year Trends Worth Noting

From deals on winter sports to upcoming attractions, see what's trending as 2020 ends and a new year begins.

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Are You Experienced?

The newest attraction in so-called experiential entertainment has opened in Las Vegas, and it’s wild. The all-ages Area 15 complex can best be described as a psychedelic art exhibit, bazaar, carnival, food emporium, event center and retail hub all rolled into one. The art collective Meow Wolf will unveil its newest interactive exhibit, Omega Mart, at Area 15 in early 2021.

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Good Riddance

Could airline change fees be a thing of the past? It sure looks that way. United first proposed the measure in August, saying it would ax change fees permanently for most of its U.S. flights. Delta Air Lines and American Airlines soon followed suit, with Alaska Airlines going one step further and eliminating change fees on U.S. and international flights. Of course, some restrictions apply, but not having to shell out $200 to switch a flight? Priceless!

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Pass It On

Skiing might look a little different this season, with masks and reservations required and social distancing measures in place. But it’s also a good time to look into season passes: Many resorts are offering great deals thanks to seasons cut short by the pandemic. The Northeast Value Pass and Northeast Midweek Pass, for example, offer skiers access to more than 17 resorts, including Stowe and Mount Snow in Vermont, Wildcat and Attitash mountains in New Hampshire, and Whitetail Resort and Jack Frost in Pennsylvania. You can get more details at EpicPass.com.

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