Tips from the Tripps

I'm Tina Tripp, and along with my husband Ted, daughter Ashley, and son Austin, we are the Tripps, and we use TripCase whenever we travel. With TripCase, my husband stays organized on his business trips, I can keep up to date on where he is while he's traveling, and we can all keep our family trips organized and running smoothly (which makes for happy travels)!

By |January 20th, 2015|Travel Tips|12 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Follow TripCase

This post is part 22 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

You’ve reached the end of our Tips from the Tripps! We hope you have enjoyed the tips on how to get the most out of the smartest travel app, TripCase.

One of the great things about TripCase is that it is always getting better. The TripCase team listens to user feedback and is always adding new features […]

By |October 31st, 2010|TripCase News|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Find The Best Seat

This post is part 21 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

One of the TripCase features I use the most is the seat maps. I usually pick a seat when I book my flight, but I also know that people are always changing flights or letting flights on hold expire, so you never know when a better seat comes available. Or sometimes airplanes change and so does […]

By |October 29th, 2010|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Turn-By-Turn Directions

This post is part 20 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

Whenever I used to pick up a rental car in a new city it would be hit or miss as to whether I could follow the directions to my hotel provided by the car rental counter clerk. Now, with my itinerary already loaded into TripCase, I get complete turn-by-turn directions with a couple of clicks. I […]

By |October 28th, 2010|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Where Are My Bags?

This post is part 19 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

One of the first things I want to know when I land at my destination airport is what baggage claim will have my checked bags. More than once, a baggage claim announcement has been made 30 minutes before landing only to have the actual baggage claim location changed between the announcement and landing.

The first thing […]

By |October 26th, 2010|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Keeping Your Ride In The Loop

This post is part 18 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

Hi TripCase users,

With the Follower feature, you can share your whole itinerary or just certain parts with just a few simple steps. By sharing your trips through TripCase you can easily keep friends and family up to date on the arrival of your flight.

No longer will you have to call to update someone on your terminal […]

By |October 22nd, 2010|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: A Note About Notes

This post is part 17 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

Hey there.

You may have noticed that in each trip segment on TripCase there is a box called “Note”. This box is for you, the TripCase user, to add notes for yourself about the trip or the segment.

I’ve used the Notes box a few times and it was really helpful!

The first time I used it was […]

By |October 21st, 2010|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Where’s The Meeting?

This post is part 16 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

When I am on the road for business, I often find myself in locations I only vaguely know how to navigate, if at all. That’s why I like to add my meetings to TripCase, including the meeting location. By adding the meeting information to TripCase, I have my meetings, right alongside my flight, hotel and […]

By |October 19th, 2010|Travel Tips|1 Comment

Tips from the Tripps: Print Your Itinerary

This post is part 15 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

Although I always have my itinerary with me on TripCase and can add followers who can receive my itinerary (and all changes) via email, there are times when you may still need to print your itinerary to hand to someone.

The easiest way to print your itinerary is to email it to yourself at your primary email address and […]

By |October 18th, 2010|Travel Tips|2 Comments

Tips from the Tripps: Change Your Password

This post is part 14 of 22 in the Tips from the Tripps series

I know some people think that keeping up with passwords is a hassle, but for security reasons, I like to change all of my passwords on a regular basis, just to be sure nobody can access my accounts. It’s also important to choose a secure password, or use a tool like 1Password to keep track […]

By |October 17th, 2010|Travel Tips|1 Comment
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