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Gold Medal and Travel 2 expand out of date range availability

With customers and agents looking to book holidays further afield, Gold Medal and Travel 2 are extending their out of date range availability to provide agents with the ability to secure their customer’s holiday now for travel dates throughout 2021-2022. 

Some popular destinations include Florida, Asia, the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Dubai and Arabia, which can be tailor-made with a selection of long haul scheduled airlines and some of the world’s leading hotels and resorts.

Nick Hughes, sales director, Gold Medal and Travel 2, explained: “Many holidaymakers are understandably looking to postpone their holidays until next year and beyond. It is important that agents are armed with as much flexibility as possible when it comes to moving the dates of their customer’s trips.” 

Packages on offer include Gold Medal’s 14-nights at Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando, including return flights with British Airways, free self-parking, no resort fee, and free transportation to Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld – priced from £999 per person, based on two adults and two children when departing on March 27, 2022. It includes Travel 2’s three nights at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai in a Palm Room, half board, including return flights with Emirates, and unlimited access to the Lost Chambers Aquarium with free access to Aquaventure Waterpark – priced from £689 per person, based on two adults and two children, when travelling between May 6-20, 2021.


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