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Topic: Travel Sites

Travel Ad Features Singing Fart Bubbles, and That Might Be Its Least Crazy Part

The wonderful world of Wotifia

OK, you world-wise travel people. Ever been to Wotifia? Never heard of it? It's right next to Freedonia, that fake country invented by the Marx Brothers in Duck Soup. Wotifia is…

Expedia Says Travel Makes You So Interesting, You'll Ruin the Lives of Professional Entertainers

New ads in campaign honored at Cannes

Expedia travels into amusing territory with three new commercials from Ogilvy & Mather in London. In each spot, achingly average people become intensely interesting to friends and co-workers after taking…

Vacation in Paris Now or You Will Die Alone and Full of Regrets, Says Expedia

Sad but true?

Don't skip your trip to Paris. The love of your life is waiting there, says Expedia. In this new ad from Expedia Mexico (and director Rodrigo Garcia Saiz), the online travel…

Memorial Day Indecision? Try Travelocity's 'Choose Your Own Adventure' Tweets

Click your picks to find a random getaway

Stumped for a last-minute Memorial Day getaway destination? Travelocity created a fun Twitter game that might be able to help. Starting at this tweet, you can interact with the @RoamingGnome by…

Hotels.com Recruits Captain Obvious, but Is One Gag Enough for a Campaign?

Booking site's first work from CP+B

In its first work for Hotels.com since adding the business last October, Crispin Porter + Bogusky goes the self-consciously wacky route by introducing Captain Obvious. As his name suggests, the…

Little Luxuries Are a Big Freaking Deal in Epic New Ad for Booking.com

An ode to 'aggressive relaxation'

Booking.com recognizes that people have various preferences (and borderline fetishes) when it comes to hotel amenities, a fact highlighted in the site's incredibly goofy but totally likable new ad.  Each scene…

Is Kayak's 'Stairlift' Commercial Bringing You Down?

Critics cry elder abuse but other viewers think it's great

Some folks are finding Barton F. Graf 9000's latest advertising excursion for travel site Kayak.com a less than uplifting experience. In the 30-second spot, a middle-aged man commandeers his elderly mother's…

Expedia Joins Heineken in Sending People to Random Places on Short Notice

But the result comes off feeling pretty staged

Expedia's "Find Yours" campaign from 180LA, which has produced some pretty forward-thinking and powerful spots in the recent past, is now encouraging you to "Find Your Spontaneity" by entering to…

Kayak Campaign Gets So Giddy, It Suddenly Starts Dancing

Miss those shiny, shiny floors?

Kayak.com's travel deals inspire some hotel-lobby hot steppin' in this new spot, as a middle-aged couple treat us to the "wet-dog wiggle" and the "Chattanooga check-in." (Guess which dance features…

Kaley Cuoco and William Shatner Team Up for Priceline Spot

'Big Bang Theory' actress plays his daughter

Shatner's back, bitches! Sure, Priceline killed off his iconic "Negotiator" character in a bus crash a year ago. But we all knew that creative shift had about as much chance…

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