New rules are coming to travelers across the US.

Starting March 20, airlines are getting more stringent about what they can and cannot sell to online shoppers.

For starters, online stores are prohibited from charging you more than the actual price of the item they’re selling.

So if you want a pair of shoes at the local shoe store, you can’t get a discount.

And if you have an item you want for your travel, you need to pay the full retail price.

This is a significant change for travel agents, who were once free to sell to shoppers.

But now they’ll have to be more selective and stick to what they sell in-person, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

“The rule is designed to make it easier for consumers to get the value they expect when buying goods online,” CFPB Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen said.

“This rule ensures that online shoppers have the tools to do what they want with their money, while also protecting the consumer.”

The rule affects all major online retailers, from and Best Buy to eBay, Ebay and Etsy.

It also applies to some small businesses, including gas stations, car rental stores and grocery stores.

While the rule does not affect Amazon, which is already under fire for selling cheaper products on its website than on its storefronts, it does affect a number of other retailers, including Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack and Home Depot.

The rules don’t affect Amazon’s biggest competitors, but will affect a small number of online retailers in a way that would affect their bottom lines.

This isn’t the first time the consumer bureau has issued guidance on how to sell online.

In 2016, the bureau issued a guidance on the use of coupons for discounts.

And in 2019, it issued guidelines on how retailers can make it harder for consumers and sellers to get refunds.

This time around, it’s the airlines that will be affected by the new rules.

The FAA recently issued new regulations for commercial flights.

But the rule doesn’t apply to flights between major US cities, like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.

The rule also has the effect of limiting airlines’ ability to advertise their travel plans online, according a CFPBS statement.

So airlines are no longer allowed to put ads on their websites offering discounts on airfare.

Airlines are also limited to a maximum discount per flight.

In addition, airlines will be forced to offer travelers their own flight information and pricing in their online booking pages, as well as their own personal airline flight reservation system.

The CFPBs guidance also requires airlines to provide passengers with a list of the flights they’re interested in booking, with prices for each flight and any changes made to the itinerary.