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FounderAlex Saint, Troy Collins and Andrew Bredon
OwnerEasyvoyage Group
Number of employees

dealchecker is a UK-based travel comparison website. The site does not sell any flights or holidays but provides users with a variety of search tools which enables them to compare prices between competing travel companies. dealchecker initially launched as a flight search engine, working on a pay-per-click (PPC) model with its partners. New search tools were added in subsequent years including hotel search in 2008 and cruise search in 2012.[1] In addition to online search tools, dealchecker publishes a weekly newsletter highlighting 20 travel deals, which are all vetted by researchers at dealchecker.


dealchecker is the first website developed by DMC digital. dealchecker experienced early success in the years following its launch – particularly in July 2007, when the site achieved a 102% increase in web traffic [2] and was awarded second place in the Best Travel Website category at the 2007 Telegraph Travel Awards.[3] In November 2010, dealchecker launched a new, luxury travel club, Secret Escapes.[4] The company was purchased in 2011 by French online travel publishers EasyVoyage.[5] This prompted a change in management as Saint and Collins left to develop Secret Escapes. Mark Attwell joined dealchecker as managing director from his previous position as e-commerce chief at [6]

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