Dubai's HolidayMe.com introduces cash pay feature

Dubai headquartered holiday booking website offers online booking and offline payment option

Online booking, offline payment
Online booking, offline payment

HolidayMe.com, a holiday booking portal, has launched the 'pay in cash' payment facility; the option is currently available on all hotel, holiday and activity bookings to users in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Riyadh.

The Pay in Cash payment option allows the customers to do their bookings online and make payments in cash later, which will be collected by a representative from HolidayMe.com, at the address provided by the customer.

The facility benefits those customers who are not comfortable making their payments online for their travel bookings.

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HolidayMe.com managing director and co-founder Digvijay Pratap said: " We are extremely happy to launch this new payment feature which provides added flexibility to a user, who would like to make payments in cash, in case they are not too comfortable paying online with their credit cards. We expect our business to scale up even more after the addition of this payment option."

Geet Bhalla, CEO and co-founder of HolidayMe.com added: "What makes this feature launch even more special is that, we are the first holiday booking site in the region to offer the pay in cash option within the travel segment.

“There has been an increasing demand for this mode of payment from both existing as well as prospective customers. Keeping our customers' feedback on priority, we decided to immediately initiate work on this feature to make it available to all our customers."

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