Month: November 2011

Huge savings at Hilton airport hotels this Christmas is offering special December prices at selected UK-airport Hiltons. Travellers planning a Christmas getaway can book room-only packages from just £37. This superb deal, brought to you by the UK-market leader for travel add-ons, means holidaymakers can enjoy a hassle-free start to their holiday with this luxury hotel brand. For those who have timeContinue reading

Christmas gifts

Brits splashing out this Christmas

• 71% of men spending the same or more than last year • Almost a quarter spending majority of budget on food & drink Good news for retailers; most Brits will refuse to let money worries curb their festive spending this year, as revealed by in its Christmas spending survey. When asked if theirContinue reading

PJs for pounds day at

‘PJs for pounds’ raises cash for Children in Need

The team at local travel add-ons company got out of bed on the right side last Friday morning by wearing their pyjamas to work to raise money for Children in Need. Donning everything from funky all-in-ones to dressing gowns and slippers, people came in droves to donate money and flaunt their best bedtime garments.Continue reading

Pale versus suntan

A no-glow zone – Brits bin the fake tan

Despite being bombarded by images of day-glo reality TV personalities and bronzed movie stars, it seems an all-year-round tan is no longer in fashion with British travellers; according to a new poll by, the UK’s largest add-ons provider. A-list celebrities, wags and Essex girls have championed the orange glow for years but a mereContinue reading

First Choice travel agent in East Kilbride wins a Kindle with Holiday Extras

A penny for your thoughts? Lucky Lynsey wins a Kindle

Lynsey Sharkey, Assistant Retail Manager at First Choice East Kilbride, has won a Kindle for taking part in a travel-industry survey. Nearly 600 agents took part in the survey, which was run by the market leader for holiday add-ons, Holiday Extras.   Andrea Clayton, Head of Partnerships and Insurance commented: “This is the first surveyContinue reading