Golfers looking to enjoy a break next year can benefit from a fantastic range of special deals and incentives from an Early Birdie initiative from Golfbreaks.com
Golfers booking before September 30 with one of Europe’s largest golf travel operators – which specialises in breaks and tours across the UK, continental Europe and worldwide – can save anything up to £400.
Golfbreaks.com’s Early Birdie promotion, now in its eighth year, was originally introduced to offer groups the opportunity to rebook a future break at same price as their most recent trip when booked during September, traditionally the busiest month for golf travel bookings.
The promotion has since evolved to include a wider range of great-value add-ons, such as its unique Breakpoints customer loyalty programme (that allows customers to translate bonus points into money off for future bookings), cash discounts and top-quality free products.
Keith Mitchell, Marketing Director of Golfbreaks.com, said: “Early Birdie rewards customers booking group trips in 2012 for eight or more golfers by making available the best venues before they get snapped up.
"Our annual early-booking campaign has enjoyed great success and our customers appreciate being able to benefit from the exceptional-value deals and incentives we offer.”
As an extra-value incentive, Golfbreaks.com has joined forces with leading equipment suppliers Bushnell (new for 2011) and TaylorMade to offer customers placing bookings over a specific price unique rewards – allowing them to combine part-cash discounts with a free Bushnell Tour V2 laser rangefinder and/or a TaylorMade R11 driver.
Among the enticing offers available through Golfbreaks.com for 2012 are:
Groups booking early will continue to enjoy existing Golfbreaks.com discounts, including free stay-and-play places on specified offers.
To take advantage of the 2012 Early Birdie offer, call the Golfbreaks.com team on 0800 279 7988 or to view other great offers visit www.golfbreaks.com
*Look out for hundreds more fantastic golf breaks and deals in the bumper 64-page Where to Travel supplement set to appear in the October issue of Today's Golfer magazine (out Oct 6th).