Booking your 2017 holiday? Check out our January Sales Summary


January 9, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Money Saving Tips,Where To Find The Best Deals Tips & Retailers


new year holiday sale

Well it’s now time for many of us to book up our Summer holidays. It’s a great time to book too with many heavily competing offers. Here are some of the New year sale highlights.

Don’t forget to see all of out current holiday voucher codes on our travel deals page.

The Thomson sale is nw on with 1000’s of free child places, low deposits from £50pp and save an extra £100 with the code SAVE100 until 31st January

The Virgin Holidays Sale currently has a 10% discount on many popular holidays.

At Sandals save up to 60% plus up to an extra £200 off using promo code for stays of 10 nights or more.

At Mark Warner get great holidays and offers on Winter & Summer holidays. For thw whooe of Jauary get up to £100 extra off with our voucher code.

Expedia has several sales going on. There is an up t 40% off Winter sale. The headline offers are the BA sale and the Hilton Sale.

Lastminute have some great offers. Exclusive deals on hotels wordlwide from £19, many flight offfers in the BA & Virgin Atlantic sales, City Breaks from £89pp and 50% of experiences from just £39. .

thomas cook sale

Thomas Cook have Summer 2017 holidays now on sale. Get an extra £100 off select holidays with onsite voucher code

Top Tips on how, when and where to find the best holiday deals

1. Shop during the sale periods. This can be all year round in terms of holiday but travel merchants still have traditional January sales.

2. Avoid peak season. It’s well known that holiday prices go up during popular times. It’s not always possible to avoid these. For example if you want to take children you are probably going to have to go during the school holidays, but unfortunately prices are generally higher during these periods. If you don’t have children you can get some of the best holiday deals but avoiding the school holidays. Ski holidays are very seasonal too, going at the beginning or the end of the season will give a much better deal, but you take the risk that the snow won’t be as thick.

3. Read reviews. It’s always a good idea to on sites such as Trip Advisor. You’ll avoid disappointment and they might even suggest a similar, but better holiday.

4. Watch out for hidden costs! It’s easy to think that the best holiday deal is found just by looking at the initial cost, but you also need to consider a whole lot more on the location you have chosen. These consist of holiday insurance fees, travel to and from the airports, currency exchange rates, airport parking, extra baggage charges on flights

5. Consider the currency exchange rates. There are some top resorts which have currencies and local prices which against the pound go a long way…and they are not too far from home. Turkey, Tunisia and Bulgaria could be among the considerations.

6. Food and drink can be expensive, consider all-inclusive packages. The idea of all-inclusive packages being for the rich really is a thing of the past. Do a rough calculation comparing self-catered, half board and full board and you could be very pleasantly surprised.