Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Topdeck Travel takes on Europe

Topdeck Travel takes on Europe with youth travel industry first

As the leader in world youth travel, Topdeck Travel have kicked it up a notch with today’s release of the first-ever Europe 2015 preview brochure. In a move that will surprise-and-delight both travel agents and keen-bean explorers, the release sees 22 of the most popular Topdeck European trips go to market ahead of the full release of all itineraries.

Adding further weight to the industry-first sneak-peak release are the #meltingprices on offer giving #topdeckers who book and pay for trips in full by September 30 a 15 per cent discount.

Taking in trips from the 27 day Summer Fun and Sailing to the 49 day Mega European, 13 day Bravo Italia and 10 day Greek Island Hopper – the preview brochure concept speaks to the Topdeck team’s focus on innovation and creativity in the industry.

Covering off all styles of European sojourn be it camping, explorer, hotels or club accommodation, Topdeck Travel Director of Sales Asia Pacific Ben Ittensohn says the launch is another epic milestone in a year of unprecedented growth and industry first’s for the group travel brand.

“Getting out-and-about early with 22 of our most awesome Topdeck European trips is a no-brainer. We know #topdecker fans are chomping at the bit to get their next holiday locked and loaded, so we figured there is no better way to do that than through an early release and by giving them a super sweet deal with a 15% discount.”

“It’s no coincidence that this preview brochure comes off the recent release of our all-new North America & Canada brochure, where we made the clear shift into the content ring. We are in constant conversation with Topdeck travelers which results in our team taking things to market that go beyond the ‘expected’”, says Ittensohn.

The Europe 2015 preview brochure comes ahead of the release of the full season’s itineraries in September, which has seen the robust growth of Topdeck departures year-on-year across both the summer and winter seasons.

All of the 22 trips in the preview brochure are consistently recognised as Topdeck’s most popular, taking in the sights and sounds of destinations across Europe. Central to all of the trips are the can’t-live-without ‘Totally Topdeck’ experiences which form part of the hugely compelling offering for eighteen to thirty-something travelers.

Travelers who are yearning to explore Europe can save up to $1,100 through the pre-release deals available in the Europe 2015 preview brochure which come with all the trademark Topdeck features like plenty of free time, more included meals and a no tipping policy.

To view these amazing deals and the Europe 2015 preview brochure visit -https://topdecktravel.uberflip.com/i/360194

Social media handles

#topdecker #meltingprices

@Topdeck Travel – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube, Pintrest, Google+, Flickr

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Tiwai Point: Rio Tinto Announces Plans To Close Tiwai Point Smelter

Rio Tinto has just announced that it will wind down New Zealand Aluminium Smelters - the Tiwai Point smelter - saying the business is no longer viable. More>>

ALSO:

Freight: New Report On Auckland Port Relocation

The Government has released a major new report on the options for relocating the Port of Auckland’s freight operations while deferring any decision on the issue. More>>

ALSO:

Chartered Accountants: COVID-19 Fails To Knock Kiwi Investor Confidence, But More Disclosure Wanted

Three months of COVID-19 lockdown and investment turmoil has done little to knock confidence in New Zealand capital markets and listed companies with overall investor sentiment very similar to 2019, an investor survey held in mid June shows. However, ... More>>

ALSO:

Taxation: Black-Market Tobacco Sidesteps $287 Million In Excise Tax

Year-on-year increases in consumption of illicit tobacco in New Zealand have seen illegal trade swell to 11.5% of the total market. If consumed legally, illicit products would have netted the Government $287 million in excise tax during 2019. Independent ... More>>

ALSO:

Energy Sector: Meridian Spilled Water To Hike Electricity Prices - Authority Ruling

The Electricity Authority has found that generator Meridian Energy manipulated the power market, costing consumers about $80 million. More>>

ALSO:

XE Data Update: RBNZ Official Cash Rate Decision

The RBNZ will keep the Official Cash Rate (OCR) at 0.25%. T he key points in the RBNZ statement are: RBNZ keeps the OCR unchanged at 0.25% Maintain the LSAP (large scale asset purchase) at NZD$60 billion. Committee prepared to use additional monetary ... More>>

ALSO:

Electricity: Kiwis Ignore Promise Of Cheaper Power

Electric Kiwi and Flick Electric Co are joint winners of Canstar Blue’s award for Most Satisfied Customers | Electricity Providers From putting on an extra layer – rather than turning on a heater – to turning off lights and choosing the energy-saving ... More>>

ALSO:

Electricity: Transmission Pricing For A Low Carbon Future

The Electricity Authority has decided on new guidelines for transmission pricing. James Stevenson-Wallace, Chief Executive of the Electricity Authority says the new guidelines will deliver significant benefits to consumers, through lower electricity ... More>>

ALSO:

RNZ: Economic Activity And Business Confidence Bouncing Back

Two surveys from ANZ show business confidence and economic activity have rebounded, but uncertainty about the future remains extreme. More>>

ALSO:

NIWA: The Climate Record That Keeps Getting Broken

Among the multitude of New Zealand climate statistics there is one record that continues to be broken month after month. Since January 2017 there has not been one month that recorded a below average nationwide temperature, according to NIWA’s seven station ... More>>

ALSO:

Govt: Extended Loan Scheme Keeps Business Afloat

Small businesses are getting greater certainty about access to finance with an extension to the interest-free cashflow loan scheme to the end of the year. The Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme has already been extended once, to 24 July. Revenue and Small ... More>>

ALSO:

Science: 2019 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes Announced

The 2019 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes have been announced in a digital livestream event today. The Prizes recognise the impact of science on New Zealanders’ lives, celebrate the achievements of current scientists and encourage scientists of the ... More>>

ALSO:


RNZ: Fuel, Alcohol Costs To Go Up From Today

The increase today in the taxes on fuel, road user charges and alcohol is being called a tone-deaf move. More>>

ALSO:

Stardome Observatory: Young Kiwi Astro-Photographer Shoots For The Stars

Matariki by Josh Kirkley. The stars are aligning for up-and-coming Auckland-based astro-photographer Josh Kirkley (Kāi Tahu). During lockdown, one of his images was picked up by NASA and shared on the space agency’s Instagram to its 59.2 million ... More>>


DCANZ: Time For EU To Commit To A Level Playing Field For Trade

The Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand (DCANZ) has welcomed New Zealand Trade Minister David Parker’s statement that it is unacceptable for New Zealand exporters to continue facing an ‘unlevel playing field’ in the EU. Details leaked ... More>>

ALSO:

New Zealand Government: Supporting Kiwi Businesses To Resolve Rent Disputes

The Government will legislate to ensure businesses that suffered as a result of the COVID-19 response will get help to resolve disputes over commercial rent issues, Justice Minister Andrew Little announced today. More>>

ALSO: