Millennials are travel buffs – much more so than their parents – which comes as no surprise if you are one of us. It’s common knowledge Millennials would rather invest in experiences than material things, and according to industry studies, you’re going to spend $5500+ on travel this year alone.
That’s not a small chunk of change. But more interesting than how much money we spend is how much time you spend looking for the best deal. Surveys show that you’re going to look at 10+ sources before you make a reservation.
Seriously, who has the time for that? You might say you want to be spontaneous and travel, but face it. You’re going to be on your couch watching Netflix again unless you figure out a better way to book.
Trveler steps in and makes it easy to have a spontaneous travel adventure by removing all the variables. They call themselves your “subscription-based spontaneous travel adventure solution” – and they’re not joking.
For the budget conscious traveler who’d rather worry about enjoying the trip and have someone else do the planning, you can’t ask for a better setup.
Booking a trip is surprisingly simple for a travel service. Just subscribe, choose your departure date up to 90 days in advance, and then two weeks before you leave, you’ll get a destination and a hotel.
That’s it. No really.
Don’t worry about being dropped off in some nowhere location either. With cities like NYC, Orlando, San Francisco, and more on Trveler’s current city lineup, your destination will take you somewhere you can find fun stuff to do for the weekend.
Traveling to a new city is cool, but do you do once you get there?
Trveler’s concept is pretty unique, but what is really going to make your trip great isn’t the hotel. For most Millennials, hotels are just launchpads. That’s why they have add-ons so you can rent a car, snag some tickets to a concert, or extend your trip. Right now, Trveler has over 400 add-ons.
Currently in beta, Trveler offers Millennials a way to travel that takes the hassle out of trying to book a trip on a budget.
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