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Expedia

As an Expedia+ member, you qualify for several rewards and, Expedia lets you earn and use frequent flyer mile points through your airline and credit card reward points along with your Expedia rewards

OneGreatFamily

OneGreatFamily’s genealogy search interface isn’t very user-friendly and with fewer than 1 billion resources it has the least of any we tested. It also required a membership but you do get

FamilySearch

First, a little lesson in religion. FamilySearch is run and funded by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which puts an emphasis on genealogy because one of the church’s core b

Ancestry

Ancestry.com a great collection of tools for researching and building your family tree. Whether it’s the desktop version or the app you won’t have any problem figuring out how to use it. Y

MyTrees

While MyTrees is an affordable genealogy website, it doesn’t have as many resources as many of the other sites we tested. You can search for your ancestors and build a family tree, but both func

Plenty of Fish

This matchmaking service has a signup process that is incredibly in-depth. Along with answering preliminary questions about your age, race and body type, you’re also asked how long your longest

Match

The Match.com website is modern-looking and easy to use. Setting up your user profile is easy to do. You first answer questions about your lifestyle and physical appearance. Almost all of the online d

Chemistry

This dating service is strictly online and doesn’t have a smartphone app for easy mobile use. The website layout also looks cluttered and less modern than some of the other websites we looked at

eharmony

Right away, eharmony makes it clear it’s for people looking for long-term, meaningful connections. The website interface looks modern and is intuitive to use. The signup process takes roughly 20

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