Travelscape.com is promising to be the premier place on the Web for travelers to look, and then book, the best discount rates available when making their plans. This new, full-service travel site goes live today, and is the most user-friendly booking source on the Internet.
The site’s extremely intuitive pricing and transactional engine allows customers to shop for discount prices, with no registration necessary. It’s Click.Less architecture allows travelers to book their plans in just five easy steps, and all within a few minutes.
Travelers even have the option of customizing their own all-inclusive trip packages at exceptional savings, over regularly published prices. Frequent travel buyers will soon be rewarded with loyalty rewards through MyPoints?.
“The combination of our sophisticated Web booking engine, exclusive supplier discounts, advanced call center technology, and 7X24 customer support gives us a compelling advantage in the online travel market,” said Tim Poster, founder and CEO of Travelscape.com.
The site’s partnerships with hundreds of top hotels, airlines, and car rental firms, provides customers with the best bargains. In addition, Travelscape.com offers the best possible room rates available.
If a lower price for the same dates and hotel booked is found, Travelscape.com will refund the difference immediately, through their “NO RISK” Reservation Guarantee.
Travelscape.com will immediately attract some 200 million monthly impressions through co-marketing agreements with over a dozen Internet gateways, which include AT & T WorldNet and Earthlink. The site also has co-branding and revenue sharing arrangements with the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, and numerous other online publishers and destination sites.
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