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Using our web, email and social media channels we highlight great travel deals available to UK consumers, from cheap flights to discounted package holidays. We also promote reputable travel-related competitions and publish general money-saving travel tips and guides.
Our current reach (updated February 2021):
- UK email mailing list: 500,000+ subscribers
- UK social media followers: 270,000+
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If we find a great travel deal, we'll often feature it regardless of whether we benefit or not, however, the best way to work with us is by establishing a commercial relationship. If you are a travel agent, tour operator or other travel business selling directly to UK consumers then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to work with companies directly, or via affiliate networks.
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If you are running - or are thinking of running - a travel-related competition, we can help spread the word far and wide. We evaluate hundreds of third-party competitions each week and are well placed to advise you on competition terms and prizes that will generate the biggest possible return on investment for your brand. Email us at email@example.com to start the conversation.
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9th January 2021 by StuartGet your travel writing featured on Travelscoop
If you're a budding travel writer, travel blogger or reviewer we'd really love to hear from you... With over 500,000 email subscribers, plus more than 260,000+ followers across our social media platforms, Travelscoop is a great place to publish your work. The UK travel blog community produces amazing content every day, and we want to celebrate this good work by providing instant access to a very large audience. What we're looking for Anything travel-related will be considered, but an...
11th September 2020 by StuartIt's been a successful week!
It's been a big holiday competition-winning week at Travelscoop!If you're a regular 'scooper you'll probably be aware of our competition group on Facebook. All the competitions are found online and shared in the group by the members. And with over 16,000 members and growing, it's the largest UK Facebook group dedicated purely to travel competitions, with loads of new ones added every day.A little while ago a Heart FM competition was posted to the group, and was subsequently featured on the...
29th March 2021 by Europe a la CarteBest of Bath Tips
Bath is known as the oldest tourist destination in Britain and is famous for both its Roman baths and its typical Georgian architecture, and being just 100 miles from London makes it a relatively easy destination for visitors to reach. This compilation of the top things to do in Bath includes the sights dating right back to ancient times, but also has plenty of highlights for Jane Austen fans too!Landmarks in BathAny holiday in Bath isn't complete without a visit the Roman baths. They’re on...
20th January 2021 by StuartTravel diary: Two days in Oslo
Norway. Vast pine forests, stunningly beautiful fjords, clear air and prosperous people. It's a winter wonderland and a summertime adventure playground. But if you're anything like me, Oslo has never featured especially highly on your 'bucket-list' (yes, I hate that phrase too!) As it turns out, that was exactly why I ended up choosing to go there! Let me take you back... Black Friday 2017: Ryanair (gulp!) - attempting to claw back a little dignity after their monumental flights cock-up...
8th February 2021 by StuartBooking a Christmas market trip
It's Chriiiiiiiiiiistmmaaaaaaaaasss!! Well, no actually, it isn't. But if you could see my inbox - full up with countless snowy and festive wintery travel deals - you'd definitely think it was close. September is clearly the month for change: hazy sunshiney memories begin to take a backseat, superseded by thoughts of wintery getaways.With all this in mind, and added to the fact it's often more advantageous to beat the rush and book your Chrimbo break early, we're celebrating with a whole...
31st January 2015 by Follow Me EastVietnam's Central Highlands by motorbike
Technically, you're not supposed to ride motorbikes in Vietnam without a local license, but getting one involves a written and practical test. Fortunately, licenses are of little concern to the rental operators who shrug off such details with comments like "Just stick to the speed limits and the police won't stop you". I pointed out that the speedometer, amongst other things, did not work and he quickly moved on to show me how the headlights function. Having ridden for about a decade now,...
15th February 2021 by AndyThe Scoop: Rome
Rome serves up history, fine art and food like nowhere else in the world. Italy’s capital city is famed for its historic city centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its inhabitants live and breathe La Dolce Vita and to top it off, The Eternal City is regarded as one of the fashion capitals of the world.Unrivalled rich history has seen Rome become a top destination for visitors with an average of 7-10 million per year. Dating back to 753 B.C., it’s history spans more than 2000 years...
16th February 2021 by AndyThe Scoop: Phuket
If tropical sunsets and warm blue oceans are on your next holiday list, Phuket may be the island of your dreams. As the largest island in Thailand, Phuket is one of Asia’s most popular beach destinations with an average year-round temperature of 32 degrees, palm-lined beaches and great value accommodation and dining options.Apart from the famous nightlife of Patong Beach, Phuket has something for everyone, from world-class diving in the Andaman Sea to eco forest adventures and championship...