At HotelVoucher.com, we believe in being transparent about how we collect and use information. One way we
collect information is via the use of so called 'cookies'. If you want to learn more, please continue
When you go online, you use a program called 'Web Browser or Browser' (for example Google Chrome). Most websites store small text files in the browser and that text is called a 'cookie'. They are unique to your account or browser.
There are two types of cookies: Session-based and Persistent cookies. Session-based cookies last only while
your browser is open. They are erased when you close your Web browser.
Persistent cookies are stored on your computer. They last until you or your browser delete them or until they expire.
Cookies are important for HotelVoucher.com and we use these to help you (for example) to log in and tailoring your experience on the site. Some cookies are associated with your account and personal information in order to remember that you are logged in.
There are also cookies that are unique. These cookies are not tied to your account. It allows us to carry
out analytics and customization, among other similar things.
Cookies are used for different purposes. In general, cookies allow you to be recognized as the same user
across different pages of a website, between websites or when you use an app.
Cookies let you log in and out of HotelVoucher.com.
Cookies are also a way to protect you from security risks. Via cookies, we can detect when someone might be trying to hack your HotelVoucher.com account.
interacted with a certain feature, or whether people opened an email we sent.
We also use third party analytics providers (Google Analytics) to help us understand how people are using HotelVoucher.com. These third parties may place cookies.
Your browser probably gives you the possibility to delete cookies, or you can instruct to block cookies. Please visit the help pages of your browser, if you want to do so. It is important to note that you might not be able to use all the features we offer when you block or delete them. For example, you might not be able to store your preferences and some of the pages might not display correctly.