ESCAPE THE RAIN WITH AN EXCLUSIVE HOTEL OFFER FROM NETFLIGHTS

August 05, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Netflights invites you to beat the British summertime blues with an exclusive offer of up to £150 off hotel prices with every flight booked online.

As the grey British summer continues and the heat wave we were promised looks less and less likely, www.netflights.com launches an incredible exclusive offer to all its customers, giving up to an incredible £150 off hotel prices with a flight booked online. For one week only, book a cheap flight to anywhere in the world with www.netflights.com and receive up to a massive £150 off the price of your hotel.

It couldn't be easier to take advantage of this super offer. Book one of thousands of cheap flights online at www.netflights.com. Once you have received your confirmation email containing your unique booking reference number, simply call the Netflights friendly UK call centre at on 0844 493 1234, and an experienced travel advisor will help you find your ideal hotel - then knock up to a whopping £150 off the price!

British holidaymakers are currently favouring such fabulous destinations as Bangkok, New York, Dubai and Sydney as the best places to escape the drizzle. Netflights.com offers the best prices on the web, including cheap flights to Bangkok, amazingly low fares on flights to Australia, fantastic value flights to the USA, and unbeatable prices on flights to the Middle East. Closer to home, cheap flights to Europe's warmer countries, including Spain, Turkey and the Mediterranean are all available at www.netflights.com. And now, on top of the web's best flight prices, netflights.com have now launched this unmissable hotel offer for one week only!

Netflights is a fully bonded member of the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), and every flight, hotel and holiday sold is ATOL protected, giving you full financial protection and complete peace of mind when booking whether online or over the phone.

To book, visit www.netflights.com. Offer ends midnight Tuesday 11th August 2009.