Bank Holiday Breaks – How to find a great last minute deal

We all love a bargain, but what is the best way to save money on a last-minute break, especially in the run-up to a busy bank holiday? We share some top tips to bag a bargain!

Visit High Street Agents

The windows of high street travel agents are awash with deals, and quite often you can bag yourself a bargain as long as you aren’t too restricted on travel times and aren’t set on a specific destination or hotel. These agents have fingers in many pies, so can access a broad range of deals, and tweak prices to suit your budget.

Check Out Online Comparison Websites

Travel Zoo was voted the best travel deals provider in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Their success lies in the fact they have a team of travel experts around the world with their eyes peeled for the best deals around. To add to that, they actually test the deals themselves, making sure they are current, accurate and do everything they say. If you are looking for a great experience as well as a great deal – this is certainly a good way to go about it!

Look On Last Minute Websites

Although many travel providers have a last-minute deals section, dedicated website is where you should head when time is running short. Not only can you book a last minute hotel, flight, or whole package holiday on their website, but you can also get your hands on cut-price tickets for events and attractions at your destination too.

Get Organised

By far the best way to save yourself some pennies is to make sure that you have your travel insurance arranged before hand, as well as your airport parking and your currency exchange! When things like travel insurance are added to a deal, you will find yourself paying over the odds, probably for insurance that doesn’t actually cover you for what you need.

For advice about making sure you have the right travel insurance for your journey, give us a call – we are a friendly bunch, here to make sure that you only pay what you need for the cover you need! Find out more on our website, or call 01892 833338.


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