Business Biggest Online Travel Sale - Amazing Deals on Flights & Hotels

Banagalore; Dec.9: Business Wire IndiaBangalore headquartered travel portal, kicked off 'The Biggest Online Travel Sale' from 9th December to 11th December 2015.
The company is also offering a free room for a night in popular hotel chains like The Lalit, Hyatt, Hilton and others as part of the sale. has also teamed up with renowned travel brands like Cosmos, Trafalgar and Royal Caribbean to offer discounts on their respective holiday and cruise packages.

Apart from this, customers can get 50 % cash back on flight tickets, up to 85 % off on hotels, 50 % cash back on bus tickets and up to Rs. 40,000 off on holiday packages.

The biggest online travel sale will feature an extensive array of products and special deals across budget and luxury hotels, domestic and international flights, bus tickets, cruises and European holidays.

A spokesperson said that the biggest online travel sale will be the most comprehensive travel sale ever across any platform and will give customers access to a superlative travel experiences at best prices. is expecting a surge in traffic during the sale and is prepared to handle up to 20 % extra increase. The biggest online travel sale is being actively promoted on's Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages with the hash-tag #VIABOTS.

The company is giving away several exciting prizes (6 free tickets to Singapore, an Apple Watch, Travel Kits etc.) to top shoppers and social contest participants. has tied up with and Paytm to offer its customers added benefits like discount vouchers on apparel and extra cash back.

The biggest online travel sale will go live on December 9, 2015 across desktop sites, mobile sites, Android apps and iOS apps.

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