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Travel - How To Survive The Travel Agent Hard-Sell



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By : Tim Cahill    99 or more times read
Submitted 2012-12-01 07:53:07
Real Estate agents have a worldwide reputation for exaggerating the good points of something they are trying to sell and downplaying the bad - but they're not alone. This 'selective editing' tactic is used by any professional company trying to sell something; the trick is to learn to see through their statements and find the truth.

When it comes to travel agents, it's all the more difficult to trust them. For a start, unlike when you're with a realtor, you aren't there to view the hotel you will be staying at - so you have to rely totally on what the travel agent says and what the photographs of the hotel suggest. Therefore it's all the easier to be lead down the garden path, and end up staying in a hotel that makes your entire holiday a misery.

The important thing when it comes to booking a holiday is to give yourself time. Do not be pressurized in to buying a holiday in your first visit to a travel agent; even if they are offer one-day-only exclusives. These deals rotate, so providing you give yourself enough time, there's no need to snap one up there and then.

Always get the information from the travel agent then go and check the hotel out for yourself online. Look at sites such as TripAdvisor.com, where genuine consumers who have stayed at the hotel give their feedback. This gives a much more objective opinion of a potential destination than a travel agent - with one eye on their commission - ever could.
Author Resource:- Mark Radcliffe can be found at: Remodeling Your Home orHome Improvements Free Report
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