Prices cut following hotel deals

February 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2/13/2009, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that the tour operators in Great Britain cut prices due to renegotiated deals with the hoteliers. The Holiday Options announced that it has cut prices to 80% of its holidays in its second-edition brochure. It also offers an average of 7% price reductions on package holidays. Meanwhile, it reports a sales increase of 12% for January 2009 as compared with the same month in 2008.


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