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GrabOne launches new travel venture


Published 12/03/2013

New travel website, GrabOne Escapes has just launched
New travel website, GrabOne Escapes has just launched

New travel website, GrabOne Escapes has just launched, offering members over 50% off exciting escapes.

The site will feature top quality breaks every day in some of the best locations in Northern Ireland and abroad.

Sign up to today to start grabbing exclusive offers on everything from luxury staycations to city breaks, country retreats, family holidays, sun soaked vacations and more. GrabOne Escapes is a fun and affordable way of discovering places you might not have even thought about visiting.

Some offers will also include extras, enabling customers to grab even more for their money. Extras can include anything from late check outs and breakfast to dinner, spa vouchers, show tickets, flights and transfers.

Commenting on their new travel venture, GrabOne General Manager, Ruairi Doyle said, “GrabOne Escapes is a dedicated travel website working with the best tourism and travel operators to offer exceptional value on breaks throughout the country and further afield.”

Mr. Doyle adds, “Customers looking for outstanding value can spend the weekend in a four star hotel or a week of summer lying on a Spanish beach for a snippet of the full price. That’s the beauty of GrabOne Escapes.”

The launch comes on the back of the hugely successful local commerce business which has racked up over 600,000 purchases since its launch in 2011. Owned by Independent News and Media, GrabOne has saved customers over £2,000,000 on fantastic food, beauty treatments and inspiring experiences across Northern Ireland. Their new travel venture is sure to be a soaring success.

GrabOne are offering one lucky visitor, a chance to win £1,000 to spend on GrabOne Escapes by simply signing up before the end of March.

To sign up and start saving, visit now.



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