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The cookies used on the Days Out Guide website
- Days Out Guide voucher basket cookie: used for
storing what a user has in their basket.
- Days Out Guide Voucher Basket Lease cookie:
used for calculations based around basket duration.
- Days Out Guide cookie: used for user
- Google Analytics cookie: used to track repeat visits to the
- Third-party cookies
How are these cookies are used on Days Out
The Days Out Guide voucher basket cookie:
- Remembers what is in your voucher basket.
- Remembers how far you are through the voucher selection and
The Days Out Guide Voucher Basket Lease
- Stores the time and date that the main basket cookie was
The Days Out Guide cookie:
- Remembers your log-in details, remembers things like
information you've entered on registration forms when you navigate
to different pages in a single web browser session.
- Identifies you as being logged in to the Days Out
Guide website and makes sure you're logged in areas that
- These cookies allow the Days Out
Guide website to remember choices you make (such as
your user name, address and postcode) and provide enhanced, more
Google Analytics cookie:
- The Days Out Guide website uses Google to link
repeated visits from the same user, i.e. identify the unique
visitor stats. There is a cookie created when a visitor arrives for
the first time at the Days Out Guide website and
stays on the visitor's computer so that when they next visit the
website Google can recognise them as a previous visitor and link
their activity to their last visit.
- Doubleclick Floodlight tags are used on Days Out
Guide to track the effectiveness of online media activity.
None of the information or data collected is personal; it is simply
based on internet provider (IP) addresses. The purpose of both the
Floodlight tag and any additional tags implemented within them is
to measure and optimise paid-for media. The data is not used by us
or the advertising networks for any other purpose outside of