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Published on Friday, April 23, 2021

Advantage Travel partners with Randox for affordable Covid testing

The Advantage Travel Partnership has agreed a partnership with Covid-19 PCR testing company, Randox Health to support members and provide customers with value for money testing.

The partnership comes after news Randox earlier this month confirmed it had halved the cost of a Covid-19 PCR test to £60 in response to the UK Government calls for more affordability in testing.

The agreement is the first in place with a travel agent consortium meaning members of Advantage can pass this offer directly to their customers. 

Using an exclusive code, consumers can access the tests at the reduced price.

Once the Advantage code is passed onto the customer they can access the website,, use the code and purchase the test. 

The kit will be sent to the customers' home address where they will do the test and drop it at one of the 120 drop boxes or partner clinics across the UK.

The swabs are collected by the Randox logistics network and taken to one of the labs for processing and results will be sent back to the customer within 24-hours.

Kelly Cookes Leisure Director at The Advantage Travel Partnership said: 'We know travellers are not deterred by doing a test if it means they can go on holiday, however for a family of four the cost of testing was prohibitive. "

Providing our agents with this discount code for Government approved tests means travel once more becomes financially viable."

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