Site59 Introduces Trips From 10 New US Cities

, an industry leader in last minute travel packages, recently added San Jose, Columbus, OH, Indianapolis, Hartford/West Massachusetts, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, Milwaukee, Providence and Jacksonville/Georgia Coast to its roster of departure cities.
Site59 weekend packages now leave from 46 North American cities, traveling to hundreds of destinations worldwide. Offering deep discounts on last-minute getaways, Site59 presents complete packages inclusive of flight, hotel and car arrangements, as well as unique extras (such as pre-paid dinner reservations).

Enticing weekend getaways are presented in thematic categories such as “Sun and Beach,” “Under $250,” “International,” and others, featuring dining, sightseeing and activity recommendations as a quick reference for the trip. Packages consistently reflect the best inventory available in the last-minute window, as they are based on real time availability. Prior to purchase, flight number, airline information, and full hotel descriptions are provided. It is also possible for travelers to redeem frequent flier credit. Site59 packages are available starting14 days before departure and up to three hours in advance of travel.

Site59`s packaging technology combines inventory from more than 2600 hotels, airlines, car rentals, and specialty providers worldwide, showcasing incredible online deals available at the last minute. Site59 was designed for the procrastinating or spontaneous traveler.

“We are proud of our growth and our ability to allow more consumers the chance to pay less for making travel plans at the last minute. By letting the consumer pick their flight, hotel and car to fine-tune an itinerary and by offering unique extras, we help people spend less time planning and more time enjoying,” said Damon Tassone
, General Manager of Site59.

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