Always start with a Google search for the holiday or flight you are looking for; that will get you started in the right direction. Once you’ve done that, check the options Google provides and do your research as lots of travel sites will offer price match guarantees and great out-of-season deals.
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Plan on going to more than one attraction? Check out the Combo Tickets on the 365 website for great discounts when you purchase more than one ticket.
DFDS Seaways has a Special Offers section on the website which lists the best deals on ferry transport to Europe. Offers are updated on a regular basis, but you must be prepared to travel at particular times of the day.
If you are a Tesco shopper, great news! For every £10 in clubcard vouchers you use, you will get £30 back in Stena Line tokens to use.
Book a store appointment with STA Travel and you will get £30 off your booking
Holidaying in the next 6 weeks? Use the Thomson deal finder to find those last minute breaks that will leave you with more money for duty free gifts, suntan lotion and a deposit for your next holiday.
Getting a good deal on a flight or hotel seems to be the UK’s number one money-saving category. As a nation we love heading abroad and booking travel on the internet has allowed us to check, research and cross reference to ensure we don’t get ripped off when we head overseas. And there are great deals and savings to be made – except maybe in August when the travel companies fight back with huge increases. But for great holiday advice – from skiing to winter sun and even staycations – check out the Savoo blog where you will find an article that can guide you through some of the pitfalls of booking travel.