Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Tis’ the season for a sale… An Australian Travel Sale
The after Christmas sales traditionally signify cheap electrical items, discounted clothing and homewares so cheap they almost find their own way to your house, this sale season Australian holidays have been added to the agenda with the ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ campaign starting on Sunday the 27th of December.
Running in partnership with Tourism Australia and Sunlover Holidays the ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ campaign is encouraging Australians not to stockpile their annual leave in 2010 by having their holidays booked before the working year begins.
Sunlover Holidays Managing Director Mark Campbell says that after Christmas shoppers are looking for cheap deals and bargains and that this year they can confidently add travel bargains to their shopping list.
“At this time of year many people start mapping out the year ahead and normally creating a work/life balance and planning future holidays are high on the agenda, so we’ve been ruthless in putting together this campaign which consists of 177 exclusive Australia-wide travel deals including savings of up to 45%,” Mr Campbell said.
“It’s no secret that Australian’s are on the back foot when taking leave, Tourism Australia’s No Leave, No Life research shows that one in four Australian’s stockpile their holidays resulting in 123 million unused leave days, we’re hoping that the great deals in this campaign help make holidays a priority for 2010,” he said.
Mr Campbell added that the campaign deals were selected with the modern holidaymakers’ desires in mind.
“A recent survey of our customers found that 50% of travellers are looking for discounted deals and special offers when travelling within Australia, it comes as no surprise that our free night packages are among the top performers of the year,” he said.
All accommodation deals in the ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ campaign include bonus free nights from ‘stay 7 pay 5’ to ‘stay 3 pay 2’ accommodation deals.
“During our post Christmas sale travellers will be able to snap up bargains such as three nights in Tropical North Queensland from $85 per person twin share, three nights in the Sydney from $155 per person twin share and three nights in Melbourne’s CBD from $149 per person twin share,” Mr Campbell said.
All of the deals in the ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ campaign are valid for sale from the 27th of December until the 30th of January and the majority are valid for travel until the end of June 2010.
To view the entire ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ range visit www.sunloverholidays.com.au
A sample of ‘Win the Work/Life Battle with Australia on Sale’ deals
1.Sydney STAY three nights for the price of two in a Standard Room at the four star Vibe Hotel Sydney for $219 per person twin share, a saving of $111 per person.
2.Ayers Rock STAY three nights for the price of two in a Standard Room at Voyages The Lost Camel Hotel and receive complimentary continental breakfast daily. Priced from $329 per person twin share, a saving of $195 per person.
3.Margaret River Wine Region STAY three nights for the price of two in a one bedroom apartment at the 4.5 star Seashells Resort Yallingup and receive complimentary full breakfast on the first morning. Priced from $245 per person twin share, a saving of $153 per person.
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