Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) July 08, 2007 -- Whereas thirty days of vacation per year seems quite a lot at first glance, it also implies eleven months of work, except for the weekends, public holidays, and bank holiday weekends. Reacting to the amount of stress caused by work overload every year for many employees, the recently launched Internet guide travel-betterdeals.com combines a selection of holiday related service offers, so that people find it easier to leave behind their everyday lives for a couple of days.
Equipped with a range of service offers like hotels, flights, car hire, weekend breaks, cruisers, and ferries, the site provides its visitors with customized search masks for each of these categories. The results users get to see are independent of travel agency and travel company. Users specify their needs and receive a comparative list of current offers. If a visitor chooses an offer, travel-betterdeals.com opens another window of the visitor's browser and links him or her to the provider's site, where one obtains more details and can proceed to booking a service.
As travel-betterdeals.com makes it more convenient to compare prices and characteristics, the working population is likely to profit from the site's search functions. Differing from conventional search tools, travel-betterdeals.com guides its visitors directly to customized offers from different sources. On the contrary, a conventional search engine only leads to a list of results that contains links to provider and agency sites. The site's marketing department is confident that travel-betterdeals.com bears the potential to drop prices and to diversify the offer of available services, as travel-betterdeals.com is supposed to increase direct competition between providers.