Agents booking their Hertz car hire through Travelport Galileo or Travelport Worldspan are in with a chance to win a €50 One4all voucher, each week from 1st September until 30th November 2014 – with an overall prize for one lucky winner of a luxurious two-night break for two including an evening meal at a hotel of their choosing. In addition, Premier Inn is now also distributing through Travelport.
To be in with a chance of winning simply choose Hertz for your discretionary bookings and place that booking through your Travelport GDS system. Email your weekly reservation id’s to firstname.lastname@example.org to be in with a chance to win.
The competition is open to bookings placed through Travelport Galileo or Travelport Worldspan only. The competition is open for discretionary bookings only and contract rates to not qualify. The hotel can be chosen by the winner to a maximum value of €500 and is subject to availability with no cash alternative available.
Travelport and Premier Inn, which has more than 55,000 rooms in over 670 hotel properties across the UK and Ireland, have today announced a new distribution agreement that will make the hotel chain’s properties available to Travelport-connected travel agencies worldwide.
Niklas Andreen, Group Vice President – Hospitality and Partner Marketing, Travelport, said: “Premier Inn is the largest hotel chain in the UK, and one that we are delighted to be bringing to our travel agency customers worldwide. We know that our agents are demanding more hotel content than ever before to help maximise revenue opportunities, and the ability to provide Premier Inn through their existing booking process is an exciting development.”
Jackie Usher, Head of Premier Inn Sales, said: “We are pleased to announce that our agreement will see Premier Inn content available to Travelport connected agents worldwide. We are very much looking forward to working with Travelport as we continue to grow, particularly with the ability to expand our brand awareness across Travelport’s global agency reach.”