Press Release: December 17, 2009
As the proposed strike action by British Airways cabin staff threatens to ruin thousands of festive getaways this Christmas, Quidco is offering an escape from the travel blues.
Holidaymakers wishing to book an alternative should visit the UKs leading cashback website, Quidco.com. Each purchase made via their website earns a rate of commission, anywhere from £1 to £100, which is paid back to the shopper in full, 100%.
Travellers seeking alternative transport to mainland Europe can book with the following operators:
Eurostar 4% cashback
Eurotunnel 4% cashback
Norfolkline ferries 7% cashback
P&O ferries 4% cashback
Rail Europe 3% cashback
Grounded holidaymakers opting to book a late winter staycation can choose from hundreds of UK locations with the following:
Expedia 7.25% cashback
Hotels.com 10% cashback
Intercontinental Hotels 10% cashback as well as their own online discount
British Airways passengers worried about getting stranded can book a hotel room at the airport as a precautionary measure with Holiday Extras.com, which earns 6% cashback.
Quidco Executive Chairman Michael Murphy said: Quidco lists plenty of great value alternatives for those holidaymakers affected by this problem.
Its easy to join Quidco, just sign up at the website. Then follow these three simple steps to start earning cashback:
Browse great deals at Quidco.com then click the link to your chosen retailer
Buy on their website and Quidco receive a commission
Quidco pays that commission into members accounts, no fuss, no hassle, no catches