Sunday, July 23, 2006

API Travel.

Here's something I received from the Animal Protection Institute that I found interesting:

Whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure, by booking all of your travel needs through, 40% of all commissions (there are no hidden costs or mark-ups passed on to you) will be donated to the Animal Protection Institute to help us further our mission of advocating for the protection of animals from cruelty and exploitation.

You can be assured you are getting competitive rates comparable to those of Expedia® and other similar travel engines, you’re booking your travel on a secure website with top-notch service, and you're helping animals! In addition, you can book vacation packages, cruises, group travel, concert/show tickets, order flowers, sign up for emailed Deals and Steals, and much more!

Don’t wait, book today! This innovative service is provided through a partnership with YTB Travel International, a leading provider of Internet travel services and publicly traded on NASDAQ.

Book today at and help API help animals.

I gave it a try, pretending to book a trip from Ottawa to Las Vegas (just an example from off the top of my head...ahem...) but it tells me that the departure has to be from the U.S. airport. Nuts.

Of course they swear to be competitive, and I can't speak on that part of it, but the next time you're planning a trip perhaps it's another option to look into.

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