NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 03/26/13 -- Leading travel website CheapOair announced today its latest campaign, 'See America,' offering baseball fans city guides for all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums. From March 26, visitors to CheapOair.com as well as its Facebook page, Twitter feed and e-newsletters will have access to the mini-guides for travel within each location.
By visiting www.cheapoair.com/flights/SeeAmerica/ baseball fans traveling to any stadium city can view CheapOair's quick guide to that destination. Providing travel tips including things to do, nightlife ideas and family-friendly activities, these guides are suited to enhance a trip to the ballpark.
"For our latest campaign, CheapOair wanted to use all of our available channels to entice baseball fans to travel to an away game," said Peter Howard, CheapOair's Chief Marketing Officer. "Baseball games last only a few hours, so accessing the See America guides will help our customers fill in the other time they have to experience a certain city."
In addition to the city guides, CheapOair has suggested hotel properties for each destination to appeal to different types of travelers: a hotel closest to the stadium, a mid-range deal in town and a luxury property. All hotels will be grouped together on the 'See America' page for that specific city.
For more information, please visit www.CheapOair.com or visit CheapOair's Facebook or Twitter.
CheapOair is a travel business that serves customers both online and with telephone travel specialists. CheapOair is a supplier of cheap flights, hotel reservations, car rentals and cheap vacation packages. Offering value and convenience to savvy shoppers looking for affordable, one-stop travel solutions, CheapOair's portfolio of products includes millions of airfares on over 450 global airlines, 100,000 negotiated hotels and vacation packages, and car rentals. CheapOair is now available anywhere via the CheapOair Android, iPhone, Windows and the CheapOair mobile site.
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