, the superstore for
last-minute travel deals, has marked down prices for hotels, airfares, and
vacation packages to Europe. In addition, it has eliminated all airline
booking fees, insuring that consumers find and receive what are simply the
best rates on travel.Since 1997, LastMinuteTravel.com has grown organically among savvy
Internet travel shoppers as the best site to find the lowest prices. “Our
objective is to deliver great travel deals to people who are ready to go,”
said Uri Argov, President, LastMinuteTravel.com. “Our customers don’t care
about fancy advertising and celebrity spokespeople, they want great prices
at great places - and that’s what we deliver,” explains Argov.
With all the publicity that Athens has received over the last few weeks
many people are energized about visiting Greece and Europe. As a major
travel company, LastMinuteTravel.com has direct access to incredible hotel
rates in Athens, as well as most European cities. Luxury hotel rooms in
Athens that were selling for upwards of $1,000 a night during the
Olympics, are now on sale for around $200 a night. “It’s a real steal for
the last-minute traveler,” adds Argov.
In addition, select airfares between the US and Europe are at the lowest
prices of the year. For example flights departing New York, Philadelphia
and Washington, DC to London start at $336 roundtrip, and flights from Los
Angeles to London are priced from $456 roundtrip.
In addition to these featured deals, LastMinuteTravel.com has thousands of
other travel choices - from luxury resorts, to great family travel deals
in the US, the Caribbean and throughout the world. 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.