TeeofftimesGolfbreaks.com, Europe’s largest golf travel company, has extended its amazing ‘Early Birdie’ promotion until 31 October, allowing more groups to book a 2010 golf break at 2009 prices, and take advantage of receiving cash discounts up to £300 or claim a free TaylorMade R9 Driver.
As well as the benefit of reserving the very best tee-times and hotel reservations, groups who book next year’s golf break before 31 October 2009 will also continue to receive existing Golfbreaks.com discounts, which include free stay-and-play places on certain bookings.
Golfbreaks.com are also offering customers who sign up to, or who are already members of its loyalty scheme, Break Points, the option of transferring their cash saving into Break Points, potentially saving up to £450 off future bookings.
Michael Birch, Marketing Manager for Golfbreaks.com, said: “The Early Birdie promotion has been a resounding success since we launched it at the beginning of September. So much so, we’ve decided to extend the campaign for another month to give as many golfers as possible the chance to take advantage.
“Many of our customers who travel as a group will be thinking and planning next year’s golf break right now. This promotion rewards group bookings of eight or more by allowing them to secure the best 2010 slots before they get snapped up. We’re also giving golfers a choice of reward, whether they want a straight cash discount, earn Golfbreaks.com Break Points to redeem against future bookings or, for bookings of a certain level, take part cash and a free TaylorMade R9 Driver.”
Golfbreaks.com offers over 900 venues to play golf in the UK, Europe and further afield and is one of the golf travel industry’s most innovative companies, offering a Price Promise guarantee on all bookings. It is also ABTA-bonded to protect its customers, is the official supplier to the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) and a member of IAGTO, the International Association of Golf Tour Operators.
Groups or individuals booking through Golfbreaks.com are allocated their own dedicated sales consultant, who will offer the highest levels of customer care throughout the booking process from the original enquiry through to the first drive.
Golfbreaks.com had a record year in 2008 sending 120,000 golfers on golf breaks, continuing on from this strong performance, 2009 looks set to show an even greater success with over 175,000 golfers booked through Golfbreaks.com and Teeofftimes.co.uk, the company’s online tee time booking service.
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