5 TIPS TO HELP YOU SAVE ON YOUR HOLIDAY COSTS

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Now Christmas is over and the New Year is but a distant memory, we turn to searching for our summer holiday.  There are ways you can save money, below I have listed some tips to help you.

 

Go for Annual Travel Cover

If you plan to take more than one trip it makes sense to go for a yearly annual travel cover as it normally works out cheaper.

Don’t take my word for it though,  visit Go Compare and see what options are available.  For me travelling to Europe on a yearly annual travel cover costs as low as £11.85 – now that is a great deal!

Go Compare are also created on the premise of right product, right price – they offer a great range of financial products with jargon busting information!   They do the hard work of comparing,  I highly recommend you get a quote today to see how they do.

 

Get your travel accessories for £1

 

Yep you can get adaptor plugs and travel cushions for a fraction of the cost in the pound shops and you don’t even need to fight your way there – you can do it in the comfort of your own home!

 

PoundShop is now online, so why not shop for your travel accessories today and save yourself pounds plus new members get 5% off their first order!

 

Search out 4* and 5* hotel bargains

Don’t be paying over the odds for hotels.  You could save £000’s on doing a little research on lastminute.com in their secret hotel section.  Another website to search when looking for hotel deals is Hotwire again they offer secret hotels.

A little tip, before booking there is a way to try and find out what the hotel is, pick a key phrase used to describe the hotel, then search for this and you may be able to tell what the hotel is!

 

Travel Light

While airlines give you free hand luggage, these days they charge you for your bigger bags.  I recommend you minimise what is in your carry-on bag by wearing some of your clothes – put on several tops, your jacket, put things in your pockets.

Don’t give the airlines more money than you must so travel light!

 

Don’t buy travel-size toiletries – make your own

Travel size items, while convenient are expensive – looking at Sanctuary body wash for 75ml you pay £2.50 yet it is £5.50 for 250ml!  That works out £3.30 per 100ml in the travel size compared with £2.20 per 100ml in the bigger size.

 

It really is a no brainer to buy some small empty plastic bottles and fill them up with your favourite toiletries!  Plus, you can use them repeatedly.

 

Not to mention you can also bring home the lovely complimentary toiletries given to you by the hotel J

 

 

Happy holiday money saving!

 

Elf x

 

 

 

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