Many Americans try to use the 4th of July holiday weekend to get five to seven days of vacation. Most people will go on short journeys by car, but some plan to fly to other countries.
Tickets for flights, trains and buses: Kiwi.com
Kiwi.com is a new advertiser in Travelpayouts. They are the pioneers in virtual interlining (connecting flights from airlines that do not codeshare). With the unique algorithm, they create combinations of flights, trains and buses, and offer them in single itineraries. The affiliate reward is 3% of the cost of booking.
Popular destinations on the 4th of July:
Asia’s tours and activities: Voyagin
Voyagin is another new advertiser in Travelpayouts. Join the Voyagin affiliate program to earn on tourist experiences throughout Asia. The affiliate reward is 4% per sale on all items, except for JR pass bookings, Fuji Q Highland bookings, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea bookings. The affiliate reward is 2% on these items.
Here is a table with top selling activities.
Multi-attraction passes: Go City
With Go City, travelers can save up to 55% on the initial cost of tickets for attractions and tours in the United States, Australia, Great Britain, Hawaii, the United Arab Emirates, China and Mexico. The affiliate reward is 6% of the cost of passes.
The top five cities which are popular with Americans in July:
- San Diego
- Los Angeles
- New York
And here is a table with the top attractions by city.
|San Diego||San Diego Zoo||LEGOLAND||Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum|
|Los Angeles||Universal Studios Hollywood||Madame Tussauds||Warner Bros Studio tour Hollywood|
|Chicago||Sky Deck Chicago – Willis Tower||Shoreline Architecture River Cruise||Hop-on Hop-off big bus|
|Boston||New England Aquarium||Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Sightseeing tour||Skywalk Observatory|
|New York||Empire State Building||9/11 Memorial & Museum||Madame Tussauds|
Musement offers tickets for the most exciting events and tours. The affiliate reward is 50% of the income of Musement with orders. See the table below for data on the top sales from July last year.
See more tours from Musement here.