December 30, 2010 by staff
Free Coupons, With the winter holidays fast approaching millions of travelers will be stolen or “take the road” to visit friends or relatives or simply to get away for a few days. From savings on arrival (http://www.SavingsOnArrival.com), a rapidly growing company based in Florida, offers free coupons on their website to make substantial savings on attractions, restaurants, tours and more in many popular destinations in the United States. These coupons can be printed or shared with friends via email or on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
“When people decide to travel, they usually visit sites such as Expedia or Priceline to save money on their airfare and hotel. However, studies show that most of the money spent on vacation takes place after the arrival, “said Leonard Backer, vice president of sales and marketing for savings on arrival.”We offer a friendly Web site to stop which can save hundreds of dollars during their stay, and recommended reputable companies.”
As reported in the media, there has been a very substantial increase in the use of coupons from October of 2008, rescue and layoffs spread between U.S. households leaving frustrated and looking for ways to extend their purchasing power. This dramatic increase in coupon use is not only due to the recession, but the growing popularity of user-friendly sites and easy access to online coupons.
The increase also coincides with coupons exchanged increased distribution. Thus, even in the midst of an economic slowdown, traders are more heavily investing in the coupons according to several studies published recently.
“Savings on arrival (http://www.SavingsOnArrival.com) will continue to offer the best rates available for vacationers, business travelers and staycationers, this innovative marketing program on the Web continues to expand its geographical scope and the sales force, “said Backer.
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