Travel Secrets Relaunches with a Focus on Providing Hotel Bookings at Unbelievable Prices
With its relaunch, Travel Secrets is focusing on providing hotel bookings at up to 30% less than major online booking sites
Travel Secrets – the free-to-join, members-only travel club – is proud to announce that it has relaunched with a focus on providing consumers with hotel bookings at prices up to 30% less than its competitors.
As the summer travel season kicks into high-gear, travelers everywhere are experiencing sticker shock. According to MarketWatch, the average price of a hotel room in the United States alone has risen almost 17%. The same is the case for international travel, with prices up 13% in 2022.
Enter Travel Secrets.
Travel Secrets is a free-to-join, members-only travel club that operates on a word-of-mouth basis. By cutting out advertising costs as well as working on low margins and high volume, Travel Secrets is able to pass on savings of up to 30% compared to the major hotel booking platforms.
“Travel Secrets led the way in providing consumers with reliable, low-cost flight bookings when we first got started back in 1995,” said Charles Kao, Founder of Travel Secrets. “With our relaunch, we’re laser-focused on offering members-only hotel bookings at an average of 20% less than other major online hotel booking sites.”
He added, “The recent rise in inflation and higher cost of travel has ruined travel plans for far too many people; it’s my sincere hope that the savings we’re able to pass on to our membership helps them enjoy the summer travel season.”
To learn more about Travel Secrets or to become a member for free and find amazing hotel deals, click here.
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