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12 Signs You’re A Type-A Traveler

Don't forget your portable clothesline! Whether you're a type-A or a type-B traveler, KAYAK.com is here to help you make the best travel decisions.

1. You set up price alerts so you never miss a deal.

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2. You track your flight right up until you're actually sitting in the seat.

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3. You direct all of your cab drivers based on a combination of three apps on your phone that allow you to bypass traffic and have a beautiful scenic ride.

4. You bring your own empty water bottle to the airport because there's no way you're going to pay $5 for, like, eight ounces of water.

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5. You're on a first-name basis with all of your concierges.

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6. You arrive at the airport so early they haven't even announced your gate yet.

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7. You always carry at least a few different guidebooks with you (because it helps to have a second — and third — opinion.)

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8. You have been known to scoff at places as "tourist traps" because you've put in the work to find hidden gems along the way.

9. Everything you could ever need is put in a folder weeks ahead of time.

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10. You plan your airport outfit based on how quickly it'll get you through security.

11. You know exactly how many rolled items of clothing will fit in each bag.

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12. You're prepared for absolutely anything.

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The most organized type-A travelers use KAYAK to plan and manage every aspect of their trip. Travel problem solved.

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