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Lastminute.com

Industry

Travel

Size

1,000+ employees

Revenue

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Overview

Lastminute.com is one of the most famous brands in travel. Formed by Brent Doberman and Martha Lane Fox, within two years, lastminute.com had more than 500,000 users and had started selling theatre tickets and restaurant deals in addition to holidays.

In May 2005, Travelocity, part of the Sabre Corporation, bought the company for £577m. Almost a decade later Bravofly Rumbo, a European online travel agent, purchased last minute.com from Sabre for £76m.

These days the company offers hotels, spa days, city breaks, meals out and theatre tickets.

Lastminute.com Companies House Information

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Location

77 Hatton Garden
EC1N 8JS

T: 0800 083 4000

Recent News


The Scottish Sun
Explore a new city this Easter as Sun Savers reveal amazing value hotels in the UK
The Scottish Sun
According to a survey by lastminute.com, Scottish tourists feel the need to keep up with the Joneses more than almost any other region in the UK when on holiday. Sixty per cent of Scots feel under pressure to see and do everything on a city break ...

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NYSE Journal (press release)
The company serves leisure and corporate travelers, offline retail travel agents, and travel service providers through Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire.com, Wotif.com, Wotif.co.nz, lastminute.com.au, lastminute.com.nz, travel.com.au, CarRentals.com ...

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