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Free Travel Certificates - Real Expiration Date?


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First of all, let's take a wide look at the marketing strategies. Why the statement “Offer Valid Until Tomorrow Midnight" always takes us by surprise? Probably because we are scared of losing the opportunity and we prefer to play on the safe side. I've been a sales person during some years, offering “limited" places to senior level conferences for CEO's of Fortune 500 companies worldwide.

Probably these guys are some of the most intelligent in the world, but still they fall under the pressure of a limited time offer because of fear. The main reason why I quited the company was because I hated to avoid the truth in my statements. Why do we need to avoid the truth? To get more money? Well, for me that's not a valid reason, and I can prove through my business that you can keep the truth to the very end and make money at same time.

In any case, far from trying to discuss in which way companies should do their business, what you are looking to find out here is how to evaluate the free travel certificates offered online and how to understand expiration dates. Being myself a person that offers travel certificates for free to whoever wants them, I have never placed a limited time offer, as my certificate providers keep creating the same certificates once every month. Why do I need to put my customers in a hurry if they will have opportunity to get the travel certificates during the whole year probably?

That guides to this important point. Limited time offers for free travel certificates are not true if you are getting your certificates from a free place. Of course, you also can get a travel certificate after a purchase, and I also offer this possibility, but if the company puts pressure on you to redeem it before a determined day, this company is playing with you, because they have the possibility to send you a new certificate after one month.

A good company will never put pressure on you to get your certificate. This is travel, and we are not in a hurry to travel. A trip needs to be thought and planned carefully.

In any case, let me give you some good advice. Companies start and end, and if you postpone too much the redemption of a free travel certificate you have won it could be that a company goes down and stops creating new certificates so no provider could be able to give you a new redemption number as they no longer exist.

And now the question in your mouth is: Where can I get free travel certificates in a way that nobody will put pressure on me to redeem them and they can be absolutely for free apart of hotel or airfare taxes and redemption costs?

And the answer is here: Free Hotels

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Dani Alonso


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