TripValet Announces Availability of Free Travel Portal

November 30, 2018

TripValet, a members-only discounted travel booking website, announced a free, open to the public version of the platform, TripValet GO.

TripValet’s mission has always been to help others travel more and worry less. CEO & Founder, Jimmy Ezzell said, “TripValet GO was created so that everyone no matter if they were a paying member or not, could experience the kind of incredible savings TripValet has to offer. We wanted a way to show people that TripValet wasn’t too good to be true. With GO you simply create a free account and can immediately start booking travel. No credit card required.”


TripValet GO is a modified version of the membership a full paying member would see. TripValet annual members have access to savings of up to 70% off on hotels, airfare, cruises, rental cars, home rentals, vacation weeks, worldwide tours, restaurant savings, activities, and more. Whereas a GO member will only see 50% of the savings a paying member would see. GO users will have access to savings on;


  • Hotels

  • Cruises

  • Rental Cars

  • Activities (Excursions)


About TripValet: TripValet is an annual membership that offers discounts of up to 70% off public prices. We are able to offer wholesale prices on travel bookings due to not being subject to rate parity. Because our prices are behind closed doors & not open to the public, meaning we charge an annual fee to have access, we can pass the wholesale rate directly to the member. Unlike Expedia or Priceline, we do not make money on individual bookings, only the annual subscription. 

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