Newmarket Holidays launches discounted tours campaign

Saturday, 30 Dec, 2022 0

Newmarket Holidays is kick starting New Year trade sales with discounted tours.

It offers 15% off 27 best-selling escorted tours, and 10% off all other flight-inclusive group tours.

It is valid for departures throughout 2023 and 2024.

It is available on bookings until 28 February for the most popular trade tours in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.

Discounted tours include Scottish Highland Railways and Dubrovnik, Montenegro & the Dalmatian Coast.

Long haul includes Cape Town, the Garden Route & Big Five Safari and Elvis Presley’s Memphis, New Orleans & Nashville .

All other escorted tours have 10% discounts, including Newmarket Holidays’ winter sun breaks, safaris, and cultural experiences.

David Sharman, Chief Commercial Officer said: “Our new campaign is the perfect way for travel agents to start 2023.”

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Learn more about :   Newmarket Holidays ( United Kingdom )  


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