Grandparents.com to Include Travel Services from Priceline

Grandparents.com Inc. announced Jan. 22 that it has entered into an agreement with Priceline Partner Network, a business unit of Priceline.com, to power the latest addition to the company's website — Grandparents.com Travel.

In a few weeks, visitors to Grandparents.com will have a collection of U.S. and international travel services from the Priceline Partner Network, including:

  • The ability to book rental car reservations worldwide. Grandparents.com Travel will also support rental car company discount codes.
  • The ability to book published-price hotel rooms through 245,000 hotels around the world. Grandparents.com Travel customers also will have access to Priceline's database of hotel freebies, including instant discounts, free breakfast, free Internet access and more.
  • Airline ticketing with almost all major airlines through priceline.com. This service includes seat mapping, the ability to book different classes of seats, and it supports airline frequent flier numbers.
  • A broad lineup of money-saving air and hotel vacation packages. When air and hotel are booked together, customers can save up to $500 compared to booking separately.

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