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Visa teams up with Almundo for unbeatable travel deals

This post is also available in: esEspañol (Spanish)

Contxto – Argentine virtual travel agency, Almundo, recently allied with Visa to strengthen its value proposition on the market.

Together, they launched “Visa Week” from May 6 to May 9. Based on reports, the purpose was to incentivize Visa cardholders to land the best deals via Almundo.

In Summary

Visa cardholders who purchase packages or trips through Almundo will have preferential customer attention following this temporary collaboration. All of this boils down to the company’s passion for helping people experience the world.

“We are those who believe that travel transforms us, and that’s why we came together with Visa,” said Juan Pablo Lafosse, CEO of Almundo. “We will offer our clients more benefits so that they can live enriching and unforgettable experiences. Together, we will achieve more people to fulfill their dreams.”

In-Depth

Visa wanted to collaborate alongside Almundo to offer new perks to its clientele. The goal was to provide customers with optimal purchasing experiences.

“At Visa, we are continuing to expand benefits for our clients,” said Gabriela Renaudo, country manager at Visa Argentina and Southern Cone. “The alliance is an example of our commitment to working with partners to develop joint actions that promote the use of electronic and digital payments. At the same time, we want to provide better payment experiences for every customer.”

Almundo offers everything from multi-city flights, hotels, cruises, car rentals, and more thanks to its handy search engine. Below the search results will be highlighted deals for users to take advantage of.

Headquartered in Buenos Aires, Almundo currently has 75 branches in Argentina and three in Mexico focusing on customer service. There are also call centers in Colombia and Brazil.

The travel sector is one of the most prosperous areas of e-commerce. Websites offering everything from airfare to all-inclusive packages make it convenient, not to mention simple, for users to plan their next getaway.

-JA

Jacob Atkins
Jacob Atkins is a journalist specializing in Latin America. He studied journalism and international relations at American University in Washington, D.C. and has previously reported from Chile, Ecuador, Haiti and Mexico. When he isn't writing he's most likely hiking or drawing.

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