Golfbreaks.com Launches Early Birdie Campaign
Page last updated at 12:12 am, Thursday, September 6th, 2012
Golfbreaks.com,Europe’s largest golf travel company, has launched its ‘Early Birdie’ promotion that in addition to the best-value deals, offers customers great discounts, loyalty Breakpoints worth up to £600 against future bookings and even new TaylorMade drivers.
Now in its ninth year, the Early Birdie promotion rewards groups of eight or more who book their 2013 golf trip before 30th September, as well as enabling them to reserve preferred tee-times and hotel rooms at the most popular destinations before they get snapped up.
Having sent more than 360,000 customers on golf days and trips last year – and with a portfolio of more than 1,500 courses, hotels and resorts in the UK, Europe and Worldwide – Golfbreaks.com remains the industry leader, with Early Birdie confirming the company’s commitment to great value, choice and service.
Keith Mitchell, Marketing Director of Golfbreaks.com, said: “We know that many golfers will already be planning their group trip for next year so we expect the Early Birdie promotion to be as popular as ever. In a tough economic climate, we’re doing our best to give our loyal customers great-value prices at the leading venues, as well as some extra rewards that they’re sure to appreciate.”
In addition to money off and R11 drivers for large group bookings, loyalty Breakpoints earned can also be redeemed with the company’s sister businesses Teeofftimes.co.uk – the UK’s largest tee-time booking service with a portfolio of more than 850 golf clubs – and BookaSpa.com, which specialises in spa experiences at 200 venues nationwide.
Customers will also be eligible for existing Golfbreaks.com discounts, including free places for group organisers on certain bookings, as well as being allocated their own dedicated sales consultant, who will offer the highest levels of customer care throughout the entire booking process.
For more information on the Early Birdie campaign, visit Golfbreaks.com or call 0800 279 7988