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Trip Arena Online offering 9% discounts on net airfares, 25% on hotels to travel partners worldwide

Popular travel site is expanding travel partner network in the Asia Pacific region

CHANDIGARH, UT, INDIA, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  In a move to help expand its travel partner network and strengthen its relationship with existing partners, the popular travel site Trip Arena Online has introduced generous incentives for its travel partners worldwide. Trip Arena is now offering a 9% discount on net airfares, and 25% on hotel rooms, to its growing network of travel agencies that have registered as partners with the company.

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"Currently Trip Arena Online has more than 2,300 travel partners, doing about $2.7 billion in business worldwide annually," says Abhinav Tandon, Vice President of Business Development for the Asia-Pacific Region. "We're now in the process of expanding our travel partner network in the Asia Pacific Region. In particular we are focusing on the India, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand travel markets. We're giving our travel partners the opportunity to earn handsome commissions while offering their customers the best possible deals."

Trip Arena Online is a large air-ticket consolidator based in the Americas, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Australia. The company specializes in discounted airfares and carefully negotiated hotel tariffs. "We have developed special relationships with major travel providers to help them fill airline seats, hotel rooms, rental cars, and bus seats that would otherwise go unsold," Mr. Tandon explains. "We in turn are able to offer these to our customers at prices lower than they'll find on many if not most other travel sites."

He says that the Trip Arena team researches, evaluates and tests thousands of deals to find those with the very best value, adding that unlike other discount travel sites, Trip Arena Online's posted price model makes it easy for customers to find a great deal without guessing.

"We're especially proud of our relationships with our travel partners," says Mr. Tandon. "We believe in creating and nurturing lifelong relationships with them, in order to ensure a healthier bottom line for everyone. Our goal is to create mutually beneficial deals so that everyone earns great commissions in a highly complex and competitive market."

Mr. Tandon says the company is excited about the expansion of travel partners in the Asia Pacific region, which is an increasingly popular destination for Europeans and Americans. "And of course we continue to expand our network in other regions of the globe," he says.

It's easy to get started as a Trip Arena Online travel partner, as there is an easy online registration form. No deposit is required to become a travel partner.

It's a win-win for everyone, Mr. Tandon explains. Trip Arena Online's travel partners earn generous commissions, while the end user gets the best rates on airfares, hotels, and ground transportation - and the regions they visit get those much-needed tourism dollars.

For more information about Trip Arena Online, visit http://triparenaonline.com/

To register as a Trip Arena Online travel partner, visit http://triparenaonline.com/travel_partner.html Or email [email protected]

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAFCtRU5HOk

Media Contact: ABHINAV TANDON, TRIP ARENA TRAVEL SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED, 180030001686, [email protected]

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