Benedict’s Space-Saving Travel-Bags Helps Travelers Avoid Airline Baggage Fees This Holiday Season
Los Angeles, CA, 12/04/2013 —Benedicts, an online gift and goods store, announces a clever trick to avoid baggage fees this Holiday Season (or any season) with their Space Saving Travel Bags. Designed for the convenience of the modern day traveler, the Space Saving Bags save on baggage fees by allowing the traveler to easily pack all their belongings in just one baggage instead of trying to squeeze everything into multiple suitcases.
“Holidays bring with it a warmth of jubilance, family time, cocktail parties, and relaxation. But it also brings with it the time of cold weather, gift giving, and traveling. So that means bulkier clothing thanks to winter, gifts under-the-tree thanks to Santa, and traveling across the country thanks to the family,” says Ben Tabai, President at Benedicts. "Having to haul and drag cumbersome bags across the country is exhausting for the body and taxing to our wallets.” Benedicts has meticulously designed the bags to save up to 75% space in the traveler’s luggage and help the traveler save on extra baggage fees at the airport. Each bag is engineered for packing convenience, allowing the traveler to pack-more-in-less-space by compressing travel wardrobe while squeezing out the excess air that creates bulk. Thereby allowing the traveler to take shirts, sweaters, overcoats, jackets, and even pillows snugged neatly into one suitcase while providing protection against dust, odor, bugs, and water damage.
Benedicts is a Los Angeles based company that produces an array of holiday gifts and goods. Their Holiday Space Saving Travel Bags are sold online at www.Benedicts.co and are currently on sale at LivingSocial.com.
To see how their Travel Space Saving Bags work, please view their YouTube video:
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