Today, Travelzoo Inc’s (NASDAQ: TZOO) stock fell $0.45, accounting for a 3.58% decrease. Travelzoo opened at $12.69 before trading between $12.74 and $11.90 throughout Monday’s session. The activity saw Travelzoo’s market cap fall to $141,044,504 on 101,087 shares -above their 30-day average of 73,918.
Travelzoo® provides 30 million members insider deals and one-of-a-kind experiences personally reviewed by one of its deal experts around the globe. It has its finger on the pulse of outstanding travel, entertainment, and lifestyle experiences. For over 20 years the company has worked in partnership with more than 5,000 top travel suppliers-standing relationships give Travelzoo members access to irresistible deals.
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