Travel agents, travel sites and bookmakers are all looking to cut costs by expanding their business into the home delivery market.
The trend is now gaining traction in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, with the latest report from research firm Euromonitor International revealing that home delivery is becoming more popular across Europe, reaching almost 70% of all travel transactions in France, the Netherlands and Belgium.
Home delivery is seen as the ideal way to get the most out of your holiday, with an average cost of just £1.10 to deliver your holiday package, compared to £4.50 in the US and £8.00 in Italy.
The key to getting the most value out of these home delivery deals is to get an offer you are willing to pay for.
This could be a discount on a flight to Paris, or a reduced rate of return on the first ticket.
It could also be a discounted ticket to London, which can be worth as much as £500 in the first week, according to Euromonitors.
There are also other perks for those who want to make their money back by getting the best deals, including an increase in return on all purchases.
It’s also worth noting that a large majority of home delivery trips in Europe are booked before they take off, meaning that the trip is a more economical option for those travelling on a budget.
For example, one home delivery trip in Belgium, booked in August 2017, was booked for £6,900 in cash, a savings of £1,900.
With this kind of savings, it’s possible to take home a cheaper holiday in Europe compared to the US.
It also means that the price of travel in the continent has been cut by £30m, according the report.
Euromonsters said that home deliveries were “becoming increasingly common”, and that the market is expanding rapidly.
The research firm said that in 2016, home delivery was the fourth-most popular travel product, with over 3.7 million home deliveries being booked.
It said that there was “overwhelming demand for this type of travel product in Europe” as travel agents and travel sites look to increase their margins and increase their profit.
In the UK, the market for home delivery has grown by over 100% in the last three years, according Euromonits.
However, the biggest growth has been seen in France and Belgium, which has seen the number of home deliveries grow by almost 50% in 2017.
Home deliveries are also increasingly popular in the Netherlands, Germany and Spain.
Euronitor’s research also shows that the home deliveries market is growing rapidly in Turkey, where the market has grown from just 3.2% in 2016 to over 12% in 2019.
It is believed that the growth of the home sales industry is being driven by a combination of factors including low costs, strong consumer loyalty and high consumer demand.
The biggest home delivery companies to hit the headlines in recent years include Amazon and Uber, who are the two largest home delivery firms in Europe.
Both Amazon and Airbnb have reported record profits this year, with Airbnb earning over £100m in profit, with Amazon selling a record £20bn worth of travel and accommodation services last year.
Airbnb has seen its share price soar by more than 70% in just a year.
Amazon and its rival Uber have also experienced record profits.
In 2019, Amazon’s shares rose by over 40%, with Amazon earning more than £10bn in profits.
Airbnb also saw a huge jump in profit last year, posting a £11bn profit, thanks to the growth in the Airbnb market.
However in 2019, the company reported that it had lost almost £4bn.
Home Delivery Companies in Europe Home delivery services in Europe have grown by almost 60% in Europe in the past three years.
In 2016, the UK saw home deliveries increase by more a quarter, to just over 9% of the total travel market.
This number has increased by more in 2017, as the number has grown to nearly 10% in Belgium and almost 15% in France.
In 2018, the number rose to 13% in Spain and almost 22% in Italy, while the Netherlands saw home delivery grow by a whopping 73% in 2018.
In Europe, home deliveries are the most popular travel products, according data from Euromonitus.
The report said that “home delivery is the preferred way to bring cheap flights and cheap hotels to the doorstep”, as well as making the most of the travel savings that can be made by saving a few hundred pounds on each flight and booking multiple nights out.
In addition to home delivery, there are many other travel products on offer, such as travel vouchers, airfare, hotel bookings, car rental and holiday insurance.
In 2017, the Euromonites travel business market analysis found that home services in the EU are valued at over £3.5 trillion.
The latest Euromoniti Travel Business report showed that travel and leisure spending is up in Europe by 7.9% compared to 2017. The UK saw