Lastminute Christmas shopping

December 2008
Travel Weekly (UK);12/12/2008, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the promotion offered by Lastminute.com for travel agents in Great Britain. The company offers Crack Christmas Lunch Break promotion. It offers half-price hotels to online travel agents. Customers visiting the site will be given voucher if they register at lastminute.com.crackchristmas/portal.


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