New York, NY – June 25, 2012 – Entertainment Benefits Group (EBG) announced today that its corporate benefits program TicketsatWork, the largest travel and entertainment corporate benefits program in the world, will offer hotel bookings to hotels across the U.S. and the world, including Miami Beach, Orlando, New York, Las Vegas, San Diego, Chicago and Los Angeles. The current number of hotels offered is 225,000 and counting.
With a combined reach of more than 60 million users, TicketsatWork provides organizations with the ultimate way to reward and retain their employees with exclusive discounts and special offers for theme parks, attractions, events, concerts, movies and now hotels, with exclusive, unpublished discounts up to 60 percent off. Co-founding EBG in 2001, Brett Reizen, president and CEO of EBG, says the addition of hotels on TicketsAtWork.com was a natural next step for the company.
In addition to discounts and special offers to the country’s top attractions, TicketsatWork also offers much more. “From private helicopter rides through the Grand Canyon to backstage VIP access at Cirque du Soleil, TicketsatWork offers once in a lifetime experiences to make traveling even more memorable,” said Reizen. “We’re thrilled to also offer exclusive savings for desirable hotels in London, Paris, Rome, Barcelona and more, allowing users to book all of their vacation needs in one place for a fraction of the cost.”
TicketsatWork is the exclusive corporate benefits program for the Universal Orlando® Resort and is also the corporate benefits provider for many companies featured on Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. According to Reizen, companies across the country rely on TicketsAtWork.com to aid in employee retention by offering benefits and perks.
“More and more companies turn to TicketsatWork as a way to reward their employees with exclusive offers, setting their company apart from the rest,” said Reizen. “The program is truly a win win situation for large employers and their employees.”
As a leading distributor of travel-related activities and live entertainment ticketing, EBG retails products and services through multiple distribution channels. Contracted directly with the most popular shows and attractions, live entertainment producers and venues, the company sells tickets through its own proprietary ticketing system which, unlike most major ticketing systems, allows users to bundle hotel and tickets for multiple shows and attractions all in one shopping cart.
About Entertainment Benefits Group
Entertainment Benefits Group (EBG) is one of the largest privately held travel and entertainment providers in the United States. Headquartered in Miami, with offices in Orlando, New York and Las Vegas, the company operates a network of consumer and B2B businesses that reach over 60 million users and sell more than 8 million admission tickets annually. EBG operates and manages the largest corporate travel and entertainment benefits program in the world. Our three corporate brands – TicketsatWork, Plum Benefits and Working Advantage – serve more than 40,000 corporate clients and 50 million employees annually. EBG provides corporations the ultimate way to reward and retain employees with exclusive discounts and special offers for theme parks, attractions, events, hotels, concerts, movies and much more. EBG provides its clients with the most exclusive offers by directly partnering with hundreds of top travel and entertainment brands throughout the country such as the Walt Disney World ® Resort, Universal Orlando ® Resort, Cirque du Soleil, Six Flags, SeaWorld, Broadway shows and Las Vegas shows. TicketsatWork is also the exclusive Corporate Benefits Program for Universal Orlando ® Resort. EBG also operates consumer sites, including Showtickets.com, BestofOrlando.com and BestofVegas.com, over 45 retail locations in Las Vegas, Member Deals and the largest Premier Ticket and Operations Center in Orlando – located minutes away from the Walt Disney World ® Resort and Universal Orlando ® Resort. For additional information please visit www.entertainmentbenefits.com.