ASAP Ventures Ltd Acquires to Offer Tourists Yet More Value and Choice

July 17, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
July 17, 2010 ASAP Ventures Ltd, the award-winning consumer websites stable, has this week acquired holiday comparison website to further strengthen its network of travel and advice sites. The website allows shoppers online to get value package holiday deals and the website has a lowest price guarantee commitment.

ASAP Ventures Ltd helps travellers to find great value holiday deals thanks to its stable of websites including and The new site will add further to the choice of deals offered by the network and people who want to find the best cheap package holidays around are able to do so through the site's comparison engine.

On top of helping travellers to search for and find the very best package holiday deals around, also offers travellers the best and biggest choice of guides to resorts throughout Europe. The website is home to guides offering advice and details on the most popular locations in Spain, Portugal, Turkey and more besides.

Gareth Robinson, spokesperson for ASAP Ventures and, comments, "The acquisition by ASAP Ventures of further strengthens the choice of sites we can offer people to help them find the very best package holidays on the Internet. Our network of sites is more important to consumers than ever as the credit crunch effects roll on."

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About is owned and operated by ASAP Ventures Ltd. ASAP Ventures is a specialist in the online arena, with over 10 years' experience in creating and developing high performing websites in markets ranging from travel and recycling to dating and promotions. The company has expanded significantly over the last five years through a programme of domain name acquisition and development, with the company's portfolio of websites attracting tens of millions of visitors and creating over US$200 million in sales for their partners.

ASAP Ventures now operates four offices - three in the UK and one in Australia.

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