At The Travel Blogs, I have a few affiliate partnerships that mean I can make some money out of the (hopefully) helpful and enjoyable content you find. It is important to be clear that this is the case and whenever a post contains affiliate links, I have included a disclaimer so you are aware that they are in the post.
What is an affiliate partnership?
Many online companies offer affiliate partnerships to bloggers and is an important income stream to help with the cost of running a blog. What it means is as a blogger you have a unique ID and when a reader clicks it to go to the partner’s website if they end up making a purchase, the blogger makes a commission at no cost to the buyer.
The Travel Blogs Partners
I only like to promote companies that I either use myself or will use soon. Here is a quick rundown of the affiliate companies I work with and the links you will find on this site.
This is by far my favourite online hotel booking platform. I have used it all around the world and is always my first stop when looking for hotels. I love the fact they offer a generous cancellation policy, prices are among the lowest, the app is simple to use and I find the reviews are pretty much spot on.
If you are looking to hire a car, this is a great place to start. It is a comparison engine that will find you the best deals among all of the top hire companies.
Where I recommend particular products I have used, if they are available for purchase on Amazon, I will link to them to make it easy for you to track them down if you are interested. I don’t need to tell you about how easy shopping on Amazon is.
Get your Guide
While I am more of a discover and explore yourself kind of person, sometimes when you are tight on time or trying to take it easy, a guided tour is a good idea. Get Your Guide offers a great range of tours that are often organised by locals so they know what they are talking about. Each tour has reviews so you can get a pretty good idea of what you are in for before you go.
When booking rail tickets, Trainline is my go-to and has been for a while. It makes booking simple to understand and the app they have is great. In many countries, you can follow your train live, get alerts of delays and of course digital tickets.
Other affiliate partnerships
There will be some other affiliate partnerships from time to time but as I mentioned at the top, my goal is to be clear and upfront about it so the post will always have a disclaimer by the contents if there are affiliate links in there.
If you have any questions about any of my partnerships, or would like to become a partner, please just drop me an email hello (at) thetravelblogs.com or leave a question in the comments.