KAYAK promotes the sale of trips with discounts of up to 70%


KAYAK Day, the promotional week of the travel metasearch engine, will have discounts ranging from 30 to 70 percent, from September 19 to 23, so that Mexican travelers can access a variety of offers on hotels, packages, rental of cars, and flights.

According to the travel company, the week of KAYAK Day is ideal to make that trip to the dream destination come true outside and inside the country with incredible discounts from the biggest players in the tourism industry, such as AXA Partners, Aeroméxico, and Dreams Resorts & Spa of AMR Collection.

This fourth edition invites you to consider different destinations and for this promotions of up to 30% discount on flights, 40% on packages, and 70% on lodging have been created. And although the destinations are too many to mention, among the options you can find Colombia, the Dominican Republic, and of course, Mexico.

The metasearch engine recommends exploring the various options available to make the best decision and go further for less. How about entering the cobbled streets of the walled city of Cartagena on a romantic getaway? Or connect more with the traditions in San Miguel de Allende on the next day of the dead?

“Our entire team in Latin America comes together to work on the realization of KAYAK Day and achieve a unique event for travelers, boosting the economic reactivation of countries through tourism and giving Mexicans the opportunity to travel thanks to these discounts” , explained Lise Vives, Country Manager of KAYAK in Mexico.

In addition, taking into account that the popularity of land travel has increased, he commented that there will be significant discounts of up to 60% on car rentals for those who love local Mexican tourism, which he described as very extensive.

Globetrotters know that planning trips in advance has its rewards, even more so if done in the hands of a reliable ally, and KAYAK Day is the ideal time to book, pack your bags and not let these offers take off on their own, concluded the executive.

Mexico Daily Post