Our Affiliate Programs Disclosure
This Affiliate Disclosure was first published on 16th August 2020.
Last Updated: . By Austin Whittall
How do affiliate programmes work?
This website (www.theroute-66.com) may recommend products and services from the following affilated companies, and we have links to their websites:
If you purchase the services or products from these websites using the links that we post in our website (TheRoute-66.com), we can earn a commission at no extra cost to you.
The affiliate links contain a tracking code so that the affiliate companies know that you reached them by clicking on a link in our website.
Are our recommendations unbiased?
Yes, they are.
We use the services of these affiliate products ourselves, and we invest plenty of time researching them so when we add these links to our website, we do so because we believe that they will suit you and all of our readers.
We don't get any free products or services from these companies or from any other company that we may mention in our website.
Any review or suggestion in our website that is linked to an affilate company will be clearly tagged with the words "Affiliate link".
So, the only sponsored content are those affiliate links and the advertisements served by Google Adsense.
We believe that sponsored content compromises a publication's ability to be honest and it dilutes our readers' trust.
You should be able to trust our content and not view us as a vehicle for marketing.
So we do not give coverage or sell reviews or include information on destinations, or spots along Route 66 in exchange for advertising.
We only rely on readers like you clicking on our affiliate links or the ads served by Google.
The links in the menu below can help you learn more about how we handle your privacy, our affiliates and your personal information:
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