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Topdeck Launches 2013 Europe With 10% Discount

31 August 2012

Topdeck Launches 2013 Europe With 10% Discount

For the second consecutive year, Topdeck will launch its successful pre-release e-brochure featuring its best-selling Europe trips for 2013 at 2012 prices, as well as discounts of up to 15 per cent.

The downloadable brochure features 18 trips for 18 to 30 somethings, from the 8-day Split to Split sailing experience to the 49-day Mega European adventure.

In addition to the 2012 prices, Topdeck is offering a 10 per cent early bird discount on trips booked and paid in full by 30 September 2012. Past passengers or those booking more than one trip will also enjoy an extra 5 per cent off.

Topdeck Asia Pacific sales manager Ben Ittensohn said it was a great year for consumers to take advantage of the deal.

“Consumers are not only getting a fantastic early bird discount but can choose their departure date without the concern of trips booking out later in the season,” he said.

“We are expecting another strong Earlybird season with the Australian dollar still very strong and Europe being the number one destination for our customers to travel to.

“With more free time, more meals and no tipping on a Topdeck trip, it’s a great way to travel.

“Prices for 2013 haven’t been released yet, so any customers that book in September will get the cheapest trip across two years.

“With customers paying 2012 prices in September, if prices go down in 2013 we will refund any difference, if they go up, the client keeps the cheapest trip. There has never been a better time to book early.”

Back for 2013 is the 36-day European Pioneer which travels through 17 countries including France, Italy, Greece, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Czech Republic from $5351* per person, a saving of $479. The standard price is $5830* per person.

Those wanting the classic western Europe experience can book the 14-day European Wonder which explores eight countries from $2097*, a saving of $183. The standard price is from $2280*.

The 10-day Greek Island Hopper explores the islands of Athens, Paros, Mykonos and Santorini by ferry, staying in traditional tourist class hotels from $1737*, a saving of $193 The standard price is $1930*.

The brochure can be downloaded at http://www.topdeck.travel/brochure-request

Topdeck will release its hard copy Europe 2013 brochure later in September.

Topdeck is a leading operator of holidays for 18 to 30 something year old travellers offering trips through Europe, Egypt, Middle East, USA, Australia and New Zealand. Topdeck is 100 per cent Australian owned.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366, visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

*Topdeck is offering a 10 per cent early bird discount on selected 2013 Europe trips booked and paid for before 30 September, 2012 for travel from April 1, 2013. For full terms and conditions visit www.topdeck.travel.

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