Your actual Travel Savings per property and selected dates are displayed in the box on the right. Instead of paying $3,042, you would only pay $, 2,576 for the trip below.
Absolutely NOT! You do not need to subscribe or join a membership to access our Private OTA. Simply purchase any Travel Savings Access Code package of your choice at 10% of the face amount (i.e. $10 for $100 Access Code).
*Please note that once you create your account, you will not be able to add more to your Travel Savings with that specific account, you will need to create separate account (using a different email address) when you want to purchase more (TSAC).
If you purchased $500 in Travel Savings you would only end up using $220 on the booking below. Instead of paying $3,120, you would only pay $2,900 for this trip, and you would have $280 left for you to use towards another booking.
If you need to change or cancel your reservations after booking, you can log into your account and click on the View Reservation link. If the reservation has not yet occurred, you will have the opportunity to click Cancel or View in order to update any information. If you need further help, you will be able to contact the support group that manages your account. IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER. Travel Planet Network ONLY SELLS ACCESS to the PRIVATE BOOKING ENGINES. We do NOT manage any hotel reservation or accommodations. Please note, if a reservation has already occurred, you will not see the Cancel link.
No. For the best deals, we recommend you call the airlines directly to book your flights. We also recommend using Google Flights to check deals.
According to a FareCompare.com study, the cheapest days for flights are Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
No. The person activating the savings code must be the person traveling and/or using the service.
Once you activate your savings code, your account remains locked to the first and last name you entered upon sign-up. Your savings code is NOT allowed to be transferred and the personal information can’t be changed; therefore, you must use the name on your government-issued ID when activating your savings code.
Unfortunately, you cannot use points or miles.
Once you’ve placed your booking on our Private OTA, and happen to experience any issues with your booking, you will need to contact the provider directly (i.e. hotel, resort, car rental company, etc.). We do not collect any money on the bookings, the money you spend with us only provides you access to the savings that are offered towards bookings.
It depends. Some hotels may or may not have upgrade specials after you book. We recommend you call the hotel directly before booking on our platform. We simply display the discounted rates the hotels provide us.
When using our platform, you will be able to see what most PUBLIC OTAs (Expedia, Booking.com, etc.) charge for you to compare the savings that are offered to you. If you’re skeptical, you can always go to their sites and check for yourself.
What we are offering is a TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION to our Private OTA Booking Platform, WITHOUT JOINING ANYTHING.
You are always free to purchase additional Travel Savings Access Codes (TSAC) by creating another account using a different email address each time you are looking to save on your next booking.
We will be offering a paid membership program in the near future where you will be able to access even greater savings without having to purchase Travel Savings Access Codes. The cost to join will be a one-time $139 setup fee, along with a $47/month subscription fee. There will be NO CONTRACT, meaning you will be able to cancel at any time.
No. Only one code can be used per account, and using a different email address each time per account.
Each activation code requires its own account, using a separate email address each time.
Most online booking engines (called OTAs – Online Travel Agencies) are PUBLIC SITES which sell discounted bookings at RETAIL pricing. Our booking engine is A PRIVATE OTA – which is not available to the general public even though we offer the exact same properties which are priced BELOW what Public booking engines charge (i.e., Expedia, Priceline, Booking.com and others).
So how can a PRIVATE OTA sell for less than the Big Guys?
All private and public OTAs earn a commission when someone books a trip on their platform. PUBLIC OTAs buy advertising with part of their commission. Commercials cost a lot of money to produce and advertise, which is precisely why Public OTAs markup the discounted prices they receive.
Instead of spending loads of money on advertising, we simply require a small fee to give you access to the discounted prices on bookings.