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Last Minute Travel Launches New Mobile Application Offering Agent-Level Prices to Leisure Travelers.

New LMT App Gives Users Access to Agent Pricing on Hotels, Flights, Vacation Homes, and Activities Around the World

ORLANDO – March 24, 2014 – Last Minute Travel, a leader in last minute travel deals on hotels, flights, car rentals, and other travel products, today announced that it has released a free mobile application that enables its users to access agent-level travel prices from their iPhones or iOS tablets. For the first time, consumer travelers can now access a broad selection of travel inventory at bulk-rate travel prices – as if they were their own travel agent.

"This app provides the same inventory and the same pricing that many travel agents would see when making bookings on behalf of their clients," said Isar Meitis, President of Last Minute Travel. "It exposes a level of data and pricing that previously hasn’t been available to consumers. Now everyday travelers can serve as their own agent and avoid any pricing markups or service fees when booking their reservations."

Using the Last Minute Travel app, travelers can access flights from more than 175 carriers around the world, more than 100,000 hotels in over 150 countries, nearly 20,000 vacation homes, and approximately 10,000 activities and transfers. App users also never need to "negotiate" a price, and they’re not left guessing about the travel product they’ve purchased – like most "opaque" travel applications.

"This app is unique from other mobile travel offerings like HotelTonight or VeryLastRoom because it’s not offering distressed inventory – and it’s not putting you in a situation where you’re bidding or negotiating a price," Isar said. "The prices available through the Last Minute Travel app are agent rates that are available anytime, and anywhere in the world. Whether you’re making same-day reservations, or booking months in advance, the app can help you access a deep inventory of options at agent prices – and book it immediately. It eliminates all of the hassle and guessing that travelers hate about the negotiated or opaque models – and ultimately helps the traveler cut to the chase on price."

Last Minute Travel app users will find hotels available at up to 60% off – regardless of when it is booked – searchable using filters such as star rating, reviews, location and price. LMT app users will also find a broad selection of deeply discounted vacation homes and activities. Users can currently select between 23 different categories of activities – anything from boat tours, to theme parks, to sporting events.

Last Minute Travel will be releasing an Android version of the app in late Spring 2014. To download the iOS version of the Last Minute Travel app, please visit: http://www.lastminutetravel.com/info/mobileapps.aspx

About Last Minute Travel
Last Minute Travel, a subsidiary of Travel Holdings, Inc., is a leading global travel distribution company that contracts directly with travel providers, such as hotel, cruise lines, attractions, ground transportation and more. Last Minute Travel works on a high-volume, wholesale model to broker this inventory to over 4,600 clients in 153 countries using proprietary technology.

Press Contact:
Jeff Pecor
Tailwind PR
jeff@tailwindpr.com

Last Minute Travel Offers Up to 35% off Summer Vacations

Enjoy deep summer travel savings until Oct. 1, 2013

August 28, 2013 (Altamonte Springs, FL) — Last Minute Travel is offering special summer savings of up to 35% on hotel bookings now through Oct. 1, 2013.

Travelers can receive $20 off their next hotel purchase of $400 or more by using the promotional code SUMMERG20 at checkout.

"Whether our customers are traveling to a top metropolis or a laid-back beach location, we have great deals to meet their needs this summer," said Isar Meitis, Director at Last Minute Travel. "We are consistently dedicated to offering the most affordable travel rates, so that our customers can give their wallets a vacation too."

Top summer U.S. hotel promotions include:

• Holiday Inn Manhattan Downtown Soho, New York — from $400 to $286
• B2 Miami Downtown Hotel, Miami — from $155 to $111
• Hollywood Beach Resort Cruise Port, Miami — from $97 to $69
• Orlando Metropolitan Resort, Orlando — from $45 to $32
• 4-Star Hotel in Downtown Disney, Orlando — from $45 to $32
• Quality Inn Universal Studios, Orlando — from $129 to $92
• 5-Star Hotel in The Strip, Las Vegas — from $307 to $219
• 5-Star Hotel in The Strip, Las Vegas — from $325 to $232
• 3-Star Hotel in Key West, Key West — from $249 to $178

Top summer European hotel promotions include:

• Hyde Park Hotel, London — from $175 to $125
• Comfort Hotel Aeroport CDG, Paris — from $92 to $66
• 4-Star Hotel in Paris, Paris — from $251 to $179
• 4-Star Hotel in Corso Sempione, Milan — from $227 to $162
• 4-Star Hotel in Bratislava, Bratislava — from $83 to $59

Top summer Latin America hotel promotions include:

 

• Monarca Hotel Las Condes, Santiago — from $167 to $119
• NH Centro Historico, Mexico City — from $175 to $125
• Wyndham Garden Panama City, Panama City — from $127 to $91

To book a trip, visit www.LastMinuteTravel.com.


Last Minute Travel Club Solicits Member Feedback

Member insight to be used to improve travel-booking experience

August 23, 2013 (Altamonte Springs, FL) — Last Minute Travel Club is soliciting member feedback until November 1st, 2013, to improve its booking experience. Members can share insight into their travel habits and preferences at deals.lastminutetravel.com/travel-survey.

"The more information we have about our Travel Club members, the better we can serve them and tailor our deals to their needs," said Isar Meitis, Director at Last Minute Travel. "With this survey, we will be able to personalize our offerings based on actual travel preferences, thus improving members’ overall experiences with the site."

In addition to booking improvements, survey results will also be aggregated into Last Minute Travel’s inaugural travel report, which will be released fall 2013. The report will highlight travel trends and behaviors, and serve as an industry resource.

To take the survey, visit deals.lastminutetravel.com/travel-survey.


Last Minute Travel Club Re-Launches Vacation Homes Product

Vacation homes offer an affordable option for group travel

August 19, 2013 (Altamonte Springs, FL) — Last Minute Travel Club recently re-launched its vacation homes product, which includes villas, townhomes, cabins, condos and apartment rentals. Vacation homes serve as an affordable option for group travel.

"We’ve found that vacation homes offer a very cost-effective way for families and groups to travel," said Isar Meitis, Director at Last Minute Travel. "In addition, they often offer unique amenities such as hot tubs, fireplaces, full kitchens, outdoor barbeques and private pools, which make them perfect for large gatherings."

Last Minute Travel Club vacation homes are available in top U.S. destinations, such as California, Colorado, Florida and Hawaii, among others. See the complete list of available options on the Last Minute Travel website.

Travelers that book before Nov. 30, 2013, and use promotional code VH25 will save $25 on their purchase of $500 or more.


Last Minute Travel Launches Mobile App

Improved mobile experience makes booking even easier

August 15, 2013 (Altamonte Springs, FL) — Last Minute Travel recently launched a mobile application that enables its users to book via their mobile devices.

Through the mobile app, travelers can choose from more than 150,000 hotels, 10,000 activities and 500 airlines via any iPhone or Android device.

The app is a one-stop shop for booking, travel account details and trip confirmations. It also houses special mobile-only deals for additional savings.

"With the rise of smartphones, more travelers want the convenience of booking on the go using the devices of their choosing," said Isar Meitis, Director at Last Minute Travel. "Our mobile app is designed to do just that through an intuitive interface. It caters to today’s anytime, anywhere expectations."

To download the mobile app, visit the Last Minute Travel website.

 

Last Minute Travel Integrates Chat Support to Improve Service

Customers enjoy 24/7 support via nanoRep functionality

August 8, 2013 (Altamonte Springs, FL) — Last Minute Travel recently integrated nanoRep online customer service software into its website to further improve support options for travelers.

The solution provides instant, contextual answers to frequently asked booking questions, and integrates both chat and email support. This results in improved customer support, a simplified online experience and internal efficiencies.

"Our goal is to make travel booking a seamless and hassle-free process, and nanoRep is just one part of that equation," said Isar Meitis, Director at Last Minute Travel. "With the service, we’re able to provide answers in real time to frequently asked travel questions, giving site visitors the information they need, when they need it."

To access the service, visitors simply click on the pop-up box located in the right-hand corner of all site pages.

LastMinuteTravel.com Has Consumers Seeing Stars

Online Site Partners with Leading 3-5 Star Hoteliers for Nights under $100 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. (Sept. 30 2009) – The fall season may be ushering in a cool breeze, but Last Minute Travel® hotel deals are just starting to heat up. Today, the site officially launches its new ‘Star Bar’ program, whereby travelers can boost their vacations up a star at some of the most preferred hotel properties worldwide – all for under $100. InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt, Hilton and the Trump collection are just a few of the hotels (but not limited to) that consumers are likely to find on LastMinuteTravel.com. ‘Star Bar’ features hotels ranging from three to five stars and are designed to provide top quality properties for consumers who seek value-driven rates. How does it work? New hotel deals in a variety of worldwide destinations such as Prague, Venice, Las Vegas, Cancun, Montreal, Bangkok and Madrid will be posted on LastMinuteTravel.com each month in three different categories including: 5-Star Hotels Under $100; 4-Star Hotels Under $80; and 3-Star Hotels Under $60. Each hotel listing will include specifics on the property, the description, star rating and amenities, as well as a location overview and proximity to popular attractions via map – all but the proper name. Travel dates for most of the LastMinuteTravel.com ‘Star Bar’ offerings will be dates within 1-3 months, based on room availability within inventory. Last Minute Travel® partners with 15,000 hotels in more than 2,000 destinations worldwide, making it possible to offer fresh options each week. While providing consumers with unbeatable savings, the online travel site simultaneously attracts guests to hotels that have rooms available. For reservations and additional information visit LastMinuteTravel.com. * Prices do not include tax, fees or other service charges. Price is subject to availability.


Travel Holdings, Inc. Updates Mapping System, Adds Tourist Attractions

For its suite of travel sites, move to Bing streamlines driving directions, while new "Activities" section details popular city tourist destinations ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. (Sept. 29, 2009) – To provide clients, suppliers and customers with faster service, easier bookings and more well-rounded destination options on its portfolio of online travel booking web sites, Travel Holdings, Inc. has integrated a more robust mapping functionality and added an "Activities" tourist attraction section into each website property. The mapping functionality is provided by Bing, the search-engine portal launched by Microsoft earlier this year. The Activities section will feature tickets/reservations to more than 1,300 attractions in 79 different travel destinations. For instance, for a trip to Chicago, customers can find deals on Blue Man Group tickets. In New York, customers now have access to reduced tickets for a tour of HBO’s The Sopranos sites. "Streamlining user experience brings more value to each customer visit," said Amir Kalmar, Chief Marketing Officer, Travel Holdings, Inc. "By offering the Bing mapping system, we are bringing our customers the best user experience possible and the new ‘Activities’ section allows travelers to better plan a fun and eventful trip." Customers now have access to driving directions from address auto fills, offering a larger view, as well as picture-in-picture functionality, with the exception of Last Minute Travel®. At the same time, the new mapping feature will have the same great features as were previously available on all Travel Holdings’ web sites: three views (road, aerial, bird’s eye), and a dynamic map (which users can grab, move and zoom in/out). All system enhancements are performed by Travel Global Systems (TGS), Tourico Holidays’ sister company and technology provider. The enhancements, which are already live on Last Minute Travel® and Tourico Holidays English site, will be fully implemented across all Tourico Holidays sites by the end of 2009. Additional improvements will also be made during quarter 4, focusing on hotel partners and other travel product providers through extranet and other back-end enhancements. -more- About Travel Holdings® Travel Holdings, Inc.® (www.travelholdings.com), one of the most distinctive and expansive travel distribution companies in the world, was created in early 2004 through the merger of Tourico Holidays®, LastMinuteTravel.com® and Travel Global Systems (TGS). Travel Holdings® uses proprietary technology to supply travel inventory at competitive pricing, integrating with all segments of the online travel industry including retail, wholesale, group, travel agents, corporate and affiliates. The company is a truly global organization with headquarters in Orlando and additional, local offices across the United States, South America, Europe and Asia.


Staycations Suck

LastMinuteTravel.com Survey Shows Most Americans Would Rather Travel If They Could Afford It Online Travel Web Site to Salvage Six Staycations by Replacing them with REAL Vacations ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla., (July 13, 2009) – Record-high gas prices prompted many Americans to rethink their vacation plans last summer and popularized the "staycation." America has been stuck with the phenomenon ever since; the ailing economy of 2009 has only added to the growing number of staycations for consumers on a strict budget. There’s only one problem: Americans overwhelmingly think staycations suck. According to a recent survey by LastMinuteTravel.com®, seven out of 10 people (73 percent ) would prefer a vacation to a staycation, but end up planning staycations because they believe it costs less (72 percent). What many don’t realize, however, is that there are no shortage of inexpensive travel options to consider, which may allow them to take a "real" vacation after all. In an effort to revive the classic getaway and get America thinking about travel again, LastMinuteTravel.com® is offering a "Staycations Suck" program this summer to replace six staycations with real vacations. A recent survey from LastMinuteTravel.com® found that Americans overwhelmingly think staycations suck. Highlights from the survey include:
  • Nearly ¾ of Americans would take a vacation over a staycation
  • The main reason Americans choose a staycation is cost savings (72%)
  • Of those who said they’ve had a bad staycation, the main reason cited was "It didn’t feel like a real vacation (76%), followed by "It was boring" (56%) and "Too much contact with work" (20%).
These statistics show that few Americans would stay home to vacation if they had a chance to go somewhere exciting. Unfortunately, many families’ finances are currently dictating otherwise. LastMinuteTravel.com® wants to change that for six lucky families with its "Staycations Suck" program, which invites Americans to share the story of their current or upcoming staycation and why it sucks. Beginning Monday, July 13, LastMinuteTravel.com® will give away one vacation a week, for six weeks to save people from their staycations. In order to be eligible for the program, consumers can become a fan on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LastMinuteTravel) or a follower on Twitter (@LMTTweets) and upload a video, wall post or tweet with the tag #staycationssuck to submit entries. More information and the complete rules can be found at staycationssuck.com . While the program will help six lucky families, it’s designed to deliver a message to anyone interested in a getaway this summer. "If you really want to travel, there are good bargains everywhere," said Uri Argov, President and CEO of Travel Holdings, Inc., parent company of LastMinuteTravel.com®. "Our goal is to make travel more affordable by offering fantastic hotel rooms in cities around the world at surprisingly low rates. Lots of people assume they can’t travel this summer, and therefore settle for a staycation. If you do a little research, however, you may find yourself on an affordable trip somewhere exciting after all." About LastMinuteTravel.com® LastMinuteTravel.com® is the premier online website to book last minute prices in advance. Offering vacation packages, airline tickets, hotel accommodations, car rentals, and cruises, the site provides the best rates in advance and up to the very last second. With tens of thousands of Last Minute Travel deals and inventory that offers a wide variety of destinations and pricing options, LastMinuteTravel.com® has become a go-to resource for today’s time-starved traveler. LastMinuteTravel.com® is a brand owned by Travel Holdings, Inc., a worldwide travel distribution company. Facebook is a registered trademark of Facebook, Inc.


OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO…

SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK, MIAMI, LONDON FOR $10 A NIGHT
LastMinuteTravel.com Features 3- and 4-Star Hotels in Weekly, Value-Driven Deals Tuesday, June 23, 2009 – Today LastMinuteTravel.com officially launches "$10 Tuesdays," offering eager vacationers maximum savings on name-brand hotels around the world. Featuring urban cities such as Los Angeles, Houston, and Amsterdam as well as exciting getaways in Las Vegas and Orlando, $10 Tuesdays provide quality hotels for consumers without breaking their budgets. Savvy travelers seeking spontaneous getaways or the magic price-point that puts "must see" destinations within reach, will emerge successfully.

How does it work? New hotel deals in a variety of destinations will be unveiled on LastMinuteTravel.com every Tuesday. Each listing will include specifics on the property, the description, star rating and amenities, as well as the location and proximity to popular attractions – all but the proper name.  Travel dates for most of the LastMinuteTravel.com $10 Tuesdays offerings will be dates within four weeks, based on room availability within inventory ranging from 5-25 rooms each night. In addition, LastMinuteTravel.com is re-engaging Facebook and Twitter followers with its deals by alerting them each week once the official page sells out. Twitter fans can follow at @LMTtweets and Facebook fans can visit Last Minute Travel.


To Rescue Americans’ Travel Budgets in 2009, Worldwide Hotel

Inventory on Sale for $1/Night at LastMinuteTravel.com
Launch of "World for a Dollar" campaign set for late January 2009

Orlando, FL, January 6, 2008 -- Despite the flood of downbeat economic news, Americans are given a big reason to stay positive in the New Year with an opportunity to book the vacation of a lifetime for the cost of a a movie ticket. For fifteen minutes per day, five days in a row late January/early February 2009, www.LastMinuteTravel.com will sell the entire world for a dollar per night, including every room in its inventory of over 15,000 global hotel partners.

This weeklong hotel deal has been created to inform the public of a new Undercover booking style launching in late January - one that guarantees the site’s best possible hotel rates with last-minute prices, in advance.

"This sale is very real," explains Uri Argov, President and CEO of Last Minute Travel. "Because we guarantee our hotel partners are paid for all inventory listed with us, we can invest a half-million dollars in room revenue to drive travelers to our improved site."

There is a small catch: The appointed days and hours won’t be divulged in advance. The only way to find out is to visit LastMinuteTravel.com to register to receive clues, scavenger-hunt style, via email, starting in early January. To expedite the booking process on launch day itself, web users are encouraged to visit the site in advance to become familiar with its hotel inventory and page layouts.

In this Undercover hotel model, similar to Hotwire, the name of the hotel is kept secret during booking, revealed after making the reservation. What makes the site different from others is that travelers will be provided everything except the hotel’s name and address, including star ratings, a description of the hotel itself, its rooms, services, local area, a complete checklist of amenities and a map highlighting a radius around the general hotel location.

The site will also now provide travelers with an interactive "Destinations" page, set to feature the details of more than 100 locales worldwide. Each travel destination will be packed with traveler reviews, general information, photos, as well as details on the area’s top hotels, attractions, shopping and dining experiences.

For travelers who prefer to know more when booking with the benefit of paying less, the opaque veil is lifted when joining the behind-the-scenes Last Minute Travel Club (http://www.LMTClub.com). As America’s first travel price club, the site offers travelers up to 65 percent in savings for each hotel booking, whether three or 300 days in advance. During the sale, members of the travel club will be ahead of the game, receiving email clues before other registered users.

For more information about Last Minute Travel’s upcoming sale, its new Undercover style or for a full list of terms and conditions, visit www.LastMinuteTravel.com.


LAST MINUTE TRAVEL CLUB DEBUTS VIRAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN

First clip in witty online video series encourages viewers to "Get Out & Vote"
ORLANDO, Fla. (October 20, 2008) -- Viral marketing, employing wit and creativity, is now one of the most dynamic ways to effectively drive qualified traffic to a company’s web site, and it’s now the latest initiative of LastMinuteTravel.com, a Travel Holdings, Inc. company. The marketing and techno gurus at Last Minute Travel (www.LastMinuteTravel.com) - always at the forefront of utilizing technology to supply travel inventory at competitive pricing - are introducing their new travel price club through a new online format with a humorous viral campaign that went live October 16.

This weeklong hotel deal has been created to inform the public of a new Undercover booking style launching in late January - one that guarantees the site’s best possible hotel rates with last-minute prices, in advance.

"Initially, we aimed at light-heartedly messaging to our loyal LastMinuteTravel.com customer base to inform them of the new Last Minute Travel Club (www.LMTClub.com)," remarks Uri Argov, President and CEO of parent company Travel Holdings, Inc. "However, knowing tens of millions of people watch these short video clips, we determined the spots could advantageously utilize the viral environment as an alternative to traditional marketing tools and gain heightened reach and create buzz to introduce prospective new customers to our travel-saving OTA sites in a cost effective manner."

The video series’ "first season" will feature ten revolving episodes over the next three months and will feature the Last Minute Travel Club and other new cost-saving offerings by Travel Holdings and its various subsidiaries. The first video, featuring a Presidential election theme encouraging viewers to get out and vote, is available for viewing today, and can be accessed via the following link to the movies in YouTube. Blog reviews are welcome and encouraged.


Last Minute Travel Made Faster, Easier

Last Minute Travel Made Faster, Easier Latest software update from LastMinuteTravel.com speeds up website
Land adds improved search functions
ORLANDO, Fla. (October 27, 2008) -- Despite the flood of downbeat economic news, Americans are given a big reason to stay positive in the New Year with an opportunity to book the vacation of a lifetime for the cost of a a movie ticket. For fifteen minutes per day, five days in a row late January/early February 2009, www.LastMinuteTravel.com will sell the entire world for a dollar per night, including every room in its inventory of over 15,000 global hotel partners.

This weeklong hotel deal has been created to inform the public of a new Undercover booking style launching in late January - one that guarantees the site’s best possible hotel rates with last-minute prices, in advance.

"This sale is very real," explains Uri Argov, President and CEO of Last Minute Travel. "Because we guarantee our hotel partners are paid for all inventory listed with us, we can invest a half-million dollars in room revenue to drive travelers to our improved site."

There is a small catch: The appointed days and hours won’t be divulged in advance. The only way to find out is to visit http://www.LastMinuteTravel.com to register to receive clues, scavenger-hunt style, via email, starting in early January. To expedite the booking process on launch day itself, web users are encouraged to visit the site in advance to become familiar with its hotel inventory and page layouts.

In this Undercover hotel model, similar to Hotwire, the name of the hotel is kept secret during booking, revealed after making the reservation. What makes the site different from others is that travelers will be provided everything except the hotel’s name and address, including star ratings, a description of the hotel itself, its rooms, services, local area, a complete checklist of amenities and a map highlighting a radius around the general hotel location.

The site will also now provide travelers with an interactive "Destinations" page, set to feature the details of more than 100 locales worldwide. Each travel destination will be packed with traveler reviews, general information, photos, as well as details on the area’s top hotels, attractions, shopping and dining experiences.

For travelers who prefer to know more when booking with the benefit of paying less, the opaque veil is lifted when joining the behind-the-scenes Last Minute Travel Club. As America’s first travel price club, the site offers travelers up to 65 percent in savings for each hotel booking, whether three or 300 days in advance. During the sale, members of the travel club will be ahead of the game, receiving email clues before other registered users.

For more information about Last Minute Travel’s upcoming sale, its new Undercover style or for a full list of terms and conditions, visit www.LastMinuteTravel.com.


LastMinuteTravel.com on MSNBC.com

ORLANDO, Fla. (October 17, 2008) --In an article published online by MSNBC yesterday from CruiseCritic.com, LastMinuteTravel.com is cited as a top resource for finding last-minute deals on cruises to Europe! Writer Steven Faber, who’s been on our cruise distribution lists for some time, was sent our latest information on LMT for "National Cruise Month" last September. He also writes for Cruise Travel magazine and the Total Travel Guide to Worldwide Cruising.


LastMinuteTravel Club Gives Triple the Bang for Loyal Travelers’ Bucks

New online loyalty program rewards travel club members with redeemable points
for each dollar spent on last-minute trip reservations

ORLANDO, Fla. (August 6, 2008) -- Frequent last-minute travelers seeking vacation deals online can now earn free trips through TripleDip, an unprecedented Web loyalty program from the members-only LastMinuteTravel Club. Effective last Sunday, August 3, travel club members accumulate one point for each dollar spent on the website’s inventory of discounted A-list hotels, airfare, vacation packages, cruises, and Hertz rental cars. Once acquired, TripleDip points can be redeemed online for free travel to destinations across the globe.

"The process of redeeming points is simple," explains Uri Argov, President and CEO of Travel Holdings, Inc., which owns and operates LastMinuteTravel.com and its LastMinuteTravel Club. "Members are automatically registered for the free program. They can then search for their travel using points, rather than price, and easily book hotels using accumulated points from their TripleDip account. The status of their points can be checked online at any time."

TripleDip points are deposited into travel club members’ accounts one month after the checkout of their purchased trip, and are not subject to any additional fees, taxes, or blackout dates. "In fact, all rates found within the LastMinuteTravel Club are tax-inclusive. There are no surprises when it comes to price – what you see is exactly what you’ll get," states Argov.

As part of the launch, all LastMinuteTravel Club members, new and current, will receive 5,000 TripleDip points. Points may be redeemed for the full amount of a particular hotel reservation, and cannot be used for partial payment.

For more information about the LastMinuteTravel Club and TripleDip, visit http://Club.LastMinuteTravel.com. Membership is available for an annual fee of $49.99, which each member has saved on his or her first purchase alone.

Orlando, FL, August 1, 2004 -- Stop overpaying for travel! Just in time for summer, LastMinuteTravel.com is bigger, better and cheaper. The superstore for last-minute travel deals has marked down prices for hotels, airfares, vacation packages and cruises. In addition, it has eliminated airline booking fees, saving consumers up to five dollars on the purchase price of each airline ticket.

"It’s just crazy to shop anywhere else for travel," says Uri Argov, president, LastMinuteTravel.com. "We’ve scoured the world to find the best travel deals and bring them to consumers at prices that are often 80% less than retail. We believe that everyone deserves a great vacation, and LastMinuteTravel.com’s commitment is to provide the best quality trip for the best price," adds Argov.

From family vacations to luxury resorts, LastMinuteTravel.com offers the biggest selection of discounted travel. Subscribers to the complimentary TOP TEN Travel Deals email, receive advance notification each week of the site’s best bargains.

In addition to the featured deals LastMinuteTravel.com has thousands of other travel choices from luxury resorts, to international destinations, and family travel deals. All prices are well below retail and feature the lowest available rates at that point in time. The site’s dynamic nature means that travel deals move quickly through the site. As new deals come available they are added to the inventory on a daily basis, but as deals sell out they are eliminated. "Like any smart shopper knows -- when you see what you want you should pounce on it. Because the deals are so good, they go quickly," explains Argov.

Contact:

Lauren Volchef
LastMinuteTravel.com
Lauren@lastminutetravel.com
407-667-8700 x7355


     
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