Sunday, 19 June 2011

Travelex and TripAdvisor announce strategic partnership

Travelex and TripAdvisor have announced a deal that will provide holidaymakers with real time real time currency rates and information on the TripAdvisor website. Up to 40 million people annually could benefit from the deal as they research holidays on the site in what is the first time the TripAdvisor has partnered with a travel money provider to provide live web content.

Launching this month, June, the campaign will be made up of a series of tailored digital advertisements, plus the Travelex’s currency converter widget placed strategically within ‘Before You Go’ sections of the site, automatically updated with relevant rates and currencies.

Julian Neal, Global e-Commerce and Marketing Director, Travelex Currency Services says “Travelex is delighted to join with TripAdvisor to provide its users with timely and relevant information to aid them in preparing for the holidays. As the only truly global currency specialist, we see this as an important strategic partnership, with the world’s largest travel site.

“The fees associated with using debit and credit cards abroad are becoming increasingly expensive and there are so many hidden costs, travellers simply don’t know what they will be paying. Organising currency ahead of your trip is the best way to get best overall value from your holiday and removes the stresses associated with getting cash at the destination.

“The best currency rates are found online and Travelex customers in the UK and US have the assurance of our Online Price Promise and the ability to take care of all their travel money needs in what is a one-stop shop.”

Kevin Clapson, TripAdvisor’s head of UK sales, points out: “As the world’s largest travel site we aim to provide travellers with everything they need to plan the perfect trip. Partnering with Travelex means travellers can quickly and easily view real time currency rates and information on the TripAdvisor site while planning their trip.”

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