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SOURCE: Travel Center
Greyhound just introduced a new non-stop commute from Los Angeles to Las Vegas while Delta Travel just acquired a new vendor offering discounts on Bus Vacations.
Santa Clarita, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Valencia's Delta Travel just acquired a new vendor for their members to offer discounts on Bus Vacations. Management at Delta said, "Bus trips are getting to be more popular, maybe because of the economy. But since we're a full service travel agent, we need to be able to handle any and all travel requests.
Delta Travel is a private members only travel club, much like Costco, where members pay a one time fee to have access to all kinds of travel at cost.
According to NBC News.com, Greyhound is making getting from LA to Vegas a whole lot more convenient. "Greyhound announced it's launching non-stop bus service between the two cities starting Wednesday.
The company will offer five round trips daily, with two additional round trips on Fridays and Sundays to accommodate weekend visitors. Fares range from $25 to $67.50 one way, with a limited number of tickets available for $1.
The route is the latest for Greyhound Express, which is a premium service from the bus company and features reserved seating, free wireless Internet and extra legroom.
Express routes also connect to the company's network of 3,800 stations throughout North America."
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