Travelocity Canada has is one of Canada’s original online travel sites and would be called a travel mega site. They are one of the power houses of online travel and now that they essentially merged with Expedia, they have even more power behind them.
They are backed by a solid booking technology and benefit from volume of bookings. They claim to have a listing of 282.000 hotels worldwide and over 400 airlines.
This travel site for Canadians is available in French or English. You can book your travel online 24/7 and over the phone 24/7 for most reservations, check website for details.
What are the benefits of booking with Travelocity Canada? Well first off, you are booking in CAD. When the CAD dollar is low, you do not have the sticker shock of when the currency get converted.
They provide extra savings when you become a Member. If you create an account with Travelocity, you can sign in and get access to Member Discounts of 10% or more on select hotels.
One of the biggest advantages of booking with Travelocity.ca is the DEALS – they offer several areas on their website where you can find travel deals on hotels, flights and vacations. One which is really good is their 24 hours deals where you can find daily hotel deals and package deals – great if your dates are flexible and you are looking for a quick getaway. You have to book by midnight that same day to get the deal. They state it is available for every device, everywhere.
This Canada travel agency also offers seasonal savings, so far example in the Fall they have their Favourite Autumn Savings on deals to places far and wide which must be booked by the end of November.
The scratchpad option is also useful for when you are browsing and trip planning so you can save your itinerary or flights that you are considering. You must be signed in for this function to work.
Travelocity offers everything for your travel needs including flights, hotels, cars, vacation packages, last minute deals and you can even book your activities for your destination on their “Things to do” page. To book cruises you will need to go the Travelocity.com site.
And of course we would be remiss in this Travelocity Canada review to not mention the latest tech. You can download the Travelocity App for mobile. It lets you book your flight, hotel, car or activity right on your mobile device. The benefit would be that you can also access your bookings on the go. You also get offers and promo codes on the app.
For more information visit Travelocity.ca
What we like about Travelocity Canada
There is lots of choice and lots of information but the site is well laid out and it is fairly easy to find what you are looking for.
What we thought could be improved about Travelocity Canada
Although the rest of the site has pricing in Canadian dollars, the cruise pricing is in US dollars. It does not show up as USD on all the pages in the cruise booking process so be careful.
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