Digital Sports Group Have Announced they are to be Re-launching Three of their Experience Day Websites Extremedays.com, Dreamdays.co.uk and Flydays.co.uk

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Digital Sports Group have announced they are to be re-launching three of their experience day websites in a move which will see them having one of the widest range of products within the UK market. Extremedays.com, Dreamdays.com and Flydays.com will be released on a new platform early in 2012 with brand new features such as a location search tool and price comparison feature.

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Digital Sport Group will be offering Experience Days and gift voucher products that cover every sector in the market.

Digital Sports Group have announced they are to be re-launching three of their experience day websites in a move which will see them having one of the widest range of products within the UK market. Extremedays.com, Dreamdays.com and Flydays.com will be released on a new platform early in 2012 with brand new features such as a location search tool and price comparison feature.

Across the three different websites Digital Sport Group will be offering experience days and gift voucher products that cover every sector in the experience market including Adrenaline adventure days, flying lessons, water sports, pamper days, and driving experiences. Dan Jones, Operations Manager announced today ‘There are so many things to do out there our customers may find it hard trying to pin down exactly what they are looking for, with our new platform finding it gives our customers a slick and efficient way of narrowing down experiences, days out and hotels in their area and within their budget’.

The three new websites have all spawned from the hugely successful website Trackdays.co.uk which specialises in track days and driving experiences. With the inclusion of Trackdays.co.uk, Digital Sports Group will be marketing over 4200 different experiences and will have an event happening almost every day of the calendar Year.

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