What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology for sharing and distributing the latest Web content such as fares, news, and offers. It's an easy way to receive up-to-date information without having to search the Internet.
You'll be among the first to receive the latest Net SAAver Fare Offers, Weekend Net SAAver Getaways or all Fare Sales - all in one convenient place, such as a feed reader, browser or even your personalized homepage.
How Do I Access It?
In order to view RSS content, you need to use a Web-based reader or download an RSS reader. Using an RSS reader, you can view your favorite Web content from various sites, such as AA.com, all in a single location of your choosing. Below is a list of some popular stand-alone RSS readers and other ways to access RSS feeds that are free of charge. (All of the following links will take you to another Web site. Use the back button on your browser to return.)
In order to view all the displayed items from the feed, try changing your reader settings to display all the listings and all the dates.
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If you already have a 'My Yahoo!' homepage, click on the 'My Yahoo!' buttons to add the feeds to your homepage.
To add new feeds to other RSS readers*:
- Right click the orange "XML" button(s)
below beside the desired content
you'd like to receive and select "Copy
Or, simply copy the URL below
the feed name.
- Open your reader and paste the URL in the "Add new channel" or "Add new feeds" section to add the new subscription.
- You have successfully subscribed to this feed!
(Instructions for adding RSS feeds may vary depending upon your RSS Reader. Please refer to your reader's instructions.)
*If you have Mozilla Firefox, an orange icon will appear in the lower right hand corner of your browser or in the right side of your URL box. Select the icon to subscribe to the RSS feed. You can then access the feed through your Mozilla bookmarks.