The Internet seems to be the best way to book travel these days. With all the Internet companies out there offering the best prices and the best locations money can buy, but are they really and what are the trade-offs for doing business with the internet versus a travel agent?
#4. UPDATED INFORMATION
Travel Agents are constantly communicating with the travel community, thus giving you the most up to date info on airline regulations, hotels, car rentals, cruise ships, travel visas and other travel services you might not have considered when planning your trip.
Travel Agents offer you an array of options and price quotes from a variety of travel suppliers, giving you the upper financial hand when making your final travel decisions.
#2. CONSUMER ADVOCATE
If you should have a problem during your trip, travel agents can act on your behalf to see that proper resolutions are made.
#1. CUSTOMER SERVICE
Travel Agents offer that “personal touch” to your travel planning experience – offering help and advice that a website cannot provide! We take the time to get to know you and your travel partners.
ONE LAST WORD
Most Travel Agents don’t charge you for their work (we get paid by the cruise lines, hotels, tour operators and wholesalers) so you do not have to worry about them tacking on extra fees.
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