Are all-inclusive vacations worth the money?

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When to tip on an all-inclusive trip

wtopstaff | November 15, 2014 3:14 am

WASHINGTON — All-inclusive vacations may render images of plentiful buffets, top-shelf drinks and perks galore, but hits to the travel industry may have impacted the definition of “all inclusive.”

Editor of the Encore blog at MarketWatch.com, Matt Heimer says the word “all” in “all inclusive” should have an asterisk by it. Vacationers used to the notion of paying one lump sum of money for all the foods, drinks and a room may be disappointed as more destinations charge for options.

For example, a nicer entr


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