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Give The Gift Of Travel For Mothers Day, May 10

Dépèche transmise le 24 avril 2009 par Business Wire

NORWALK, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Want a Mothers Day gift that isn’t expensive, but looks like it cost a lot? Priceline.com (Nasdaq: PCLN) suggests that you consider giving the gift of travel. 2009 is the year of the travel bargain, with 3-star hotel rooms in major cities available for as little as $50 a night, 7-night air & hotel vacation packages for as little as $435 a person, and cruises for under $40 a day per person.

Take Mom back to her favorite vacation destination. Treat her to a shopping and theater splurge weekend in the Big Apple. Give her some early summer sun in Florida or San Diego. Or, if you haven’t visited in awhile, you can fly home to celebrate her special day.

Priceline’s Travel Ekspert, Brian Ek, offered his suggestions for Mothers Day travel gifts. All examples were found on priceline.com on April 23, 2009. Prices and availability can change at any time.

  • Hawaii and Europe – The Big Splurge. http://www.priceline.com/vacationpackages/ The economy has touched all over the world, creating some incredible travel bargains just about everywhere, including traditionally high-priced destinations. A 7-night Hawaii vacation package (May 16-23), including round-trip airfare from Los Angeles to Honolulu and accommodations at the 4-star Hawaii Prince Hotel, can be had for just $748 per person, including taxes and fees. Going the other way, a 6-night vacation package (May 16-23) including round-trip airfare from New York to London and accommodations at the 3-star Hilton Croydon Hotel, costs $693 per person, including taxes and fees.
  • A Florida Sunshine Getaway. Make summer come a little early with some quality beach time. Or, why not take Mom and the grandkids to the Orlando theme parks. A check of priceline.com’s Winning Bids http://www.priceline.com/promo/nyop_hotels.asp shows that customers using priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price® hotels service are getting 3-star hotel rooms in the Universal Studios/Sea World area for as little as $50 a night and 3-star hotel rooms in Coral Gables/Coconut Grove for $55 a night, excluding taxes and fees. A 7-night vacation package (May 16-23), including round-trip airfare from Baltimore to Orlando and accommodations at the 3-star Radisson Hotel Lake Buena Vista, costs only $435 per person, including taxes and fees.
  • New York, New York. Nothing beats a long weekend in the Big Apple, taking in some hit Broadway shows, dining in spectacular restaurants, shopping the latest fashions and sightseeing. A check of priceline.com’s Winning Bids shows that customers using priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price® hotels service are getting 3-star hotel rooms in New York City’s Midtown West neighborhood for as little as $160 a night, excluding taxes and fees. A 2-night vacation package (May 15-17), including round-trip airfare from Charlotte to New York and accommodations at the 4-star Crowne Plaza Times Square Hotel, costs $409 per person, including taxes and fees.
  • The Cruising Life. http://www.pricelinecruiseoutlet.com Cruise prices are very attractive this year. Also, cruise lines have stepped up the number of cruises departing from ports all along the eastern and western seaboards, giving travelers the flexibility of driving or taking public transportation to the dock. Here’s how good the prices are. Priceline’s PriceBreakers http://www.priceline.com/pricebreakers/ is offering a 7-day Alaska cruise aboard NCL’s Norwegian Pearl for only $349 a person. PriceBreakers also has a 5-night Baja Mexico cruise aboard the Carnival Elation for $189 a person – that’s an 81% savings and it includes $150 in “Carnival Cash.”
  • Get Off The Couch And Fly Home For Mothers Day. http://www.priceline.com/flights/ C’mon, you know you haven’t visited in awhile. Here are some shopped fares, departing May 8, returning May 11 (these include all taxes and fees):
    • Denver – San Diego $179.
    • Boston – Tampa $234.
    • Chicago – Phoenix $257.
    • Dallas – Miami $237.
    • New York City – Las Vegas $270.

For even deeper fare savings, give priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price airline tickets service a try.

About Priceline.com® Incorporated

Priceline.com Incorporated (Nasdaq: PCLN) www.priceline.com provides online travel services in 27 languages in over 75 countries in Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Included in the priceline.com family of companies is Booking.com, a leading international online hotel reservation service, priceline.com, a leading U.S. online travel service for value-conscious leisure travelers, and Agoda.com, an Asian online hotel reservation service.

Priceline.com believes that Booking.com is Europe’s largest and fastest growing hotel reservation service, with a network of affiliated Web sites. Booking.com operates in over 70 countries in 21 languages and offers its customers access to over 60,000 participating hotels worldwide.

In the U.S., priceline.com gives customers more ways to save on their airline tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, vacation packages and cruises than any other Internet travel service. In addition to getting great published prices, leisure travelers can narrow their searches using priceline.com’s TripFilter advanced search technology, customize their search activity through priceline.com’s Inside Track features, create packages to save even more money, and take advantage of priceline.com’s famous Name Your Own Price® service, which can deliver the lowest prices available.

Priceline.com also operates the following travel websites: Travelweb.com, Lowestfare.com, RentalCars.com and BreezeNet.com. Priceline.com also has a personal finance service that offers home mortgages, refinancing and home equity loans through an independent licensee. Priceline.com licenses its business model to independent licensees, including priceline mortgage and certain international licensees.

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