Easytrip extends 10 percent parking discount until 31st August)

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PHENOMENAL RESPONSE TO OFFER PROMPTS EASYTRIP TO EXTEND DISCOUNT SIGN UP DEAL

Easytrip, the independent parking and tolling company today announced an extension of its 10 percent parking discount until the 31st of August.  Easytrip is offering existing and new customers, who sign up for their parking service online at www.easytrip.ie before 31st August 2009, 10 percent off their car parking charges in Q-Park equipped car parks and a €100 gift certificate towards a hotel break anywhere in Ireland.

Easytrip has been running a campaign to highlight the savings consumers can make on their tolling and parking charges by purchasing an Easytrip tag.  The Easytrip tag allows consumers to pay parking charges at selected Q-Park car parks and pay tolls across all toll roads in Ireland.

“The results of our marketing campaign have really paid off, says Ciara O’Brien, general manager of Easytrip Services.  “Our mix of radio advertising, leaflet drops and joint promotional activity with our car park partner, Q-Park, has resulted in a fantastic response from consumers who are signing up for our car parking service daily.  Our existing and potential customers are getting the message loud and clear regarding the savings they can make not only on their car parking charges but on their M50 tolling tariffs also,” she concluded.

Easytrip, now with 80,000 clients and over 172,000 electronic tags, is the number one supplier of electronic tolling and parking services in Ireland.   Easytrip is the only tag supplier that offers both parking and tolling services and having an easytrip tag will guarantee you pay the lowest rate on the M50.

The Easytrip service allows consumers to pay tariffs through its electronic tag system on all toll roads in Ireland including the East-Link, Dublin Port Tunnel, M1, M4, M8 plus the free-flow barrier free system on the M50.  The Easytrip payment service allows its customers to avail of the lowest toll fares on the M50 and can also be used in these major car parks in Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Limerick:  Quick Park Dublin Airport, Setanta Car Park, Q-Park Clerys Car Park, Saint Stephen’s Green, the Royal College of Surgeons, Trinity Street and Bloomfield Shopping Centre.  In addition, it can also be used to gain access to car parks at Grand Parade, Carroll’s Quay and City Hall in Cork, Victoria Square, Belfast and Harvey’s Quay in Limerick.

Over the next few months Easytrip will be developing on-street parking, as well as introducing other related services. 

About Easytrip

Easytrip provides tolling and parking payment services to Irish motorists through its simple windscreen-mounted electronic tag.  Easytrip delivers secure automated collection services to business and consumer communities in the Irish marketplace.   eTrip Services Ireland was founded in December 2005 as a joint venture (50/50) between French company, Egis Projects and Irish company, Electro Automation.  Eazy Pass Ltd was part of the National Toll Roads (NTR) group and was formed in 1998 to launch the first electronic tag collection system in Ireland. The system was launched in June 2000 at the West-Link and East–Link toll roads.

Easytrip’s partners include Transroute Tunnel Operations (the company that operates the Dublin Port Tunnel), The Q-Park Group, Quick Park, the AA and Topaz.  See easytrip’s website for an up to date list of equipped car parks.  Easytrip Ltd is based at Damastown Industrial Estate, Blanchardstown, Dublin.  For further information visit, www.easytrip.ie or call l 1890 676768 or outside R.O.I + 353 1 8613200.