Money-saving tips for your holiday

    Saving up money can be a real task when there are other priorities to think of. Learning how to cut the costs is an ideal way of coping with the expense of your holiday.

    Here are a few money-saving tips, so that you are able to afford your dream holiday without feeling the pinch.

    1. Book in advance

    Booking a package holiday far ahead is much cheaper than booking a few months or weeks before you go. There are seats on the plane which have set low prices that go first of all. Once they have been booked, the price increases further from then on, which could set you back hundreds of pounds.

    2. Book out of the school break

    If you don’t have children, always try and go out of the school holidays, as prices within those periods are almost double the original price.

    3. Check the internet

    Compare prices on the internet to see which are the best and never book the first deal you see. Online prices are usually much cheaper than those found in high-street travel agents. If you do prefer to book face-to-face rather than online, inform the travel agent of the price you found and see if they can match it.

    4. Travel off-peak

    Travelling at strange times, such as during the night or very early morning, is much cheaper than daytime flights. The reason being that they are the flight times nobody wants! If you are looking to cut costs, this could save you a great deal of money, so grin and bear it if you can!

    5. Consider a UK holiday

    If you think that an abroad holiday would be too costly, there are plenty of gorgeous destinations to visit in the UK. Try a camping trip as this would save loads on accommodation. This doesn’t mean having to bunk in a tent – you could rent out a caravan or motorhome with plenty of on-site facilities to keep the family entertained.

    If you would like any further information on how to travel cheaply and cheap travel ideas, please take a look at our website!

    Jayleon Cruz

    Who doesn't enjoy saving money? Jayleon enjoys it probably more than most people, and shares his trials & tribulations to anyone who will read them.

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