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Thinking of booking a Hotel soon? Why not book with on Wednesday 26th March to stay in a hotel for 99p!

London, 25th March 2008:, the online travel agency, is offering customers who book a holiday on a selected day next week the chance to win their hotel booking for just 99p!


In January 2008, New York, Las Vegas and London were customers’ most favourite places to book, closely followed by Dublin and Paris.  Interestingly, the time of year doesn’t seem to make a difference to location as top destinations in September 2007 were New York and London followed by Las Vegas. Dublin was again fourth but Glasgow pipped Paris to fifth favourite place. But with the online travel agent’s promotion, customers get the opportunity to book a hotel in their favourite destinations, wherever that may be this time around for 99p.

Next time you shell out 99p for a cheese burger, ‘99’ ice-cream and flake or a random purchase from your favourite pound shop, stop and ask yourself are you getting a bargain for your bounty? If you compare it to what you can buy on on 26th March the answer will be no!


Due to high demand, has extended its offer to include a third and final 99p promotion! They will be selling a hotel booking EVERY HOUR between 9am and 4pm for an unbelievable 99p! All customers have to do is make their hotel booking to qualify for the promotion and they will be notified directly within ten days. 


Don’t worry if you want to book a package deal – you won’t be left out! Customers who want to book a flight and hotel together will also qualify to win the hotel booking for 99p – so everyone’s a winner.


Visit to view the range of great hotels deals available


Full details of terms and conditions can be found at


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