Discount Travel Websites
Expedia.com.au is one of the worlds largest online agencies owned by the huge Travelocity. They have a massive buying power, so always check out what is on offer here.
Travel.com.au was the first Australian online company. They have been around for years. They offer consistently good deals. I particularly like their fare comparison capabilities.
Hotels.com is a discount hotel site that conducts a yearly hotel price index review – where you can stay in a 5 star hotel in the world for $200 or $100 etc. Good site and trusted brand. Hotels.com in my experience is on of the cheaper hotel booking sites.
Cheaper Than Hotels helps travellers find the right hotel at the right price.You can quickly search a database offering bargains at more than 60,000 properties in 130 countries worldwide (making it one of the world’s largest).
Hotel.info is different in that it can offer hotel evaluations available on the relationship between price and quality in 3 and 4 star hotels shows customer ratings and reviews. It also offers cheap hotels and no cancellation fees.
Blue Holidays is Virgin Blue’s discount holiday website that has lots of great deals on an ongoing basis to their destinations around Australia, Asia and The Pacific.
Otel.com is a discounted hotel site that will give you at least a 5% ‘cashback’ on your next hotel booking Book with Otel.com & get 5% cash back on next booking!
GTA’s point of difference is that it has great hotel rates for Europe. They also have fire sales where they sell good quality hotels for up to 70% off. These are generally exceptional value Book your hotel up to 70% discount in great destinations worldwide
Hot Dockets is run by shop-a-docket and allows you download the discount travel dockets that are usually found on the back of your shopping dockets. Whether you’re looking for a weekend away or a longer break, Hotdockets has discount holidays all over Australia. Discounts are available to everyone and are generally fabulous deals!