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  • LuckyTrip simplifies the holiday search
  • LuckyTrip simplifies the holiday search
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LuckyTrip simplifies the holiday search

Choosing where to go on holiday can involve hours of painstaking searches that detract from the fun of organising a break away. The LuckyTrip app is looking to change this with an injection of serendipity; it lets users set a budget, but leaves the rest of the organisation process down to luck.

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