Hotels.com, the largest specialized provider of discount lodging worldwide, announced today its å?gEnd of Summer Blockbusterå?h promotion. Travelers who book three nights accommodations now through September 30, 2002 for stays through December 31, 2002 can receive four free steaks from Omaha Steaks.
“Our ?eEnd of Summer?f promotion is a great way for travelers to extend the summer experience. They can get great rates at properties around the world plus enjoy one more backyard barbecue with delicious Omaha Steaks,?h stated Bob Diener
president and co-founder of hotels.com.
offers discounts at the lowest prices guaranteed in more than 243 cities worldwide including New York, Las Vegas, Orlando, San Francisco, Miami, Paris, London and more. Sample blockbusters include: from $35.95 at the Stratosphere in Las Vegas; from $99.95 at the Carlton in New York; from $69.95 at the Cathedral Hill in San Francisco; from $45.95 at the Haddon Hall in Miami Beach; from $59.95 at the Royal Plaza in Downtown Disney World; from $79.95 at the Inn of Chicago in downtown Chicago and from $75.95 at the Blakemore in London.
To receive the free steaks travelers must book a minimum of three nights accommodations in qualifying properties now through September 30, 2002 via the Hotels.com site www.hotels.com. Travelers can simply print the online certificate and mail it to Hotels.com for redemption upon completion of their stay. Stays must be completed by December 31, 2002. See online coupon for additional rules.
Hotels.com (NASDAQ: ROOM), a majority-owned subsidiary of USA Interactive (NASDAQ: USAI), is the largest specialized provider of discount hotel accommodations worldwide, providing service through its own websites (including www.hotels.com and others), more than 28,000 affiliated websites, and three toll-free call centers (1-800-2-HOTELS). Hotels.com provides accommodations to travelers at over 6,400 properties in 243 markets in North America, Europe, the Caribbean and Asia. The company offers a one-
stop shopping source for hotel pricing, amenities and availability, and also specializes in providing travelers with accommodations for sold-out periods.
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