Now that you know all about what TripAdvisor is and how it works, and have read our review of TripAdvisor to determine how useful it will be for you, you probably want to sign up for a free TripAdvisor account! In this article, we’ll explain exactly how to do that with step-by-step instructions.
You should note that anyone can use some components of TripAdvisor for free without actually signing up and creating an account. However, by signing up for TripAdvisor, you gain access to the following added features:
You are now signed up for TripAdvisor, and have created a TripAdvisor account. If you had trouble following that short list of steps, check out our detailed set of instructions (with pictures) below:
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At the top of TripAdvisor’s home page, there is a menu from which you can select a few options. Click Join near the top-right of the page to start creating a TripAdvisor account.
TripAdvisor gives you the option of signing up with your email address, your Facebook account, or your Google account. Click on any one of the highlighted boxes to choose an option. In the future, you will sign in this way, so be sure to choose whichever option will be the most convenient to you.
If you have chosen to you Facebook or Google to join TripAdvisor, you will be taken to a page to sign in to this account (unless you have chosen to always stay signed in to these accounts). Follow any instructions needed until you return to the TripAdvisor website.
If you choose to use your email, you will need to enter your email address, and then choose a password for your TripAdvisor account.
Click the green Join button to confirm that you would like to create a TripAdvisor account. TripAdvisor.com will send you an email to confirm that you have signed up for TripAdvisor.
And that’s how you create a TripAdvisor account! Consider reading our next tutorial on how to use TripAdvisor, to learn how you can make the most of your new TripAdvisor profile.
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