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(1888PressRelease) December 10, 2009 - People need holidays during the hard times, probably more so than when times are good. We all need a break from the stresses and strains of everyday life. But, like many things, holidays aren’t as cheap as they used to be. So how do you track down the cheapest www.beatthebrochure.com/flight-and-hotels - package holidays?
Pre-internet, finding the best value package holidays could be a nightmare. Dragging yourself round high street Travel Agencies and spending weeks poring over brochure small print. Today, the internet’s your first stop for cheap holiday deals.
Online travel and holiday price comparison website BeatTheBrochure.com believe they have the best solution. “Our price comparison technology is unique. It searches multiple package holiday suppliers in one go to find the very best price.”
But isn’t that what they all say? There are plenty of holiday price comparison sites out there on the web, most of which claim to find the lowest cost package holidays on the market.
“When we said unique, that’s what we meant” is their response. In fact they’re so confident that their site will return the lowest cost holidays that they’re happy to throw open a challenge. “If anyone can find a cheaper like-for-like package holiday via another holiday price comparison website, we want to now about it.”
The secret to www.beatthebrochure.com success is that they deliver on their promises. It’s all in the name – BeatTheBrochure’s core purpose is to beat brochure prices across the board. Their software cunningly interrogates major providers including household name travel agencies Thomson, First Choice and Thomas Cook to deliver the lowest cost package holiday, via a single fast search, quickly and easily.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. “We’ve been testing the system on an ongoing basis” they conclude. “So far, no matter how hard we’ve thrashed it the system has always come up with the goods. Now it’s over to the consumer… beat us if you can!”