During the busiest times of the year, many online holiday companies tend to offer plenty of cheap deals – sites such as Lastminute.com always include great last-minute summer packages.
However, if you’re looking for something a bit more high-end without breaking the bank, Voyage Privé and Secret Escapes are great websites to check out and won’t disappoint your expectations.
John Pye Top Tip – Not feeling confident with online bookings? Don’t worry, there’s still plenty of other ways to organise your next trip.
If you’re dealing with traditional travel agents you can ring them directly or visit in branch – by doing this you often save money and can sometimes get the best deals!
Shopping for all-inclusive hotels can help you fully experience great discount holidays.
Including food and drink in the cost of your vacation may save you from unexpected nasty bills at the checkout and leave you with spare cash to experience the sights and more food and drinks!
Whilst you may still want to eat out and explore your chosen destination on some days, the all-inclusive deal still limits the amount of spending money you will need to bring along with you and will also allow you to sit back, relax and just enjoy your holiday.
Make sure you keep your vacation low cost from start to finish by using one or multiple websites which compare travel and accommodation options.
You simply need to insert your desired destination into the search bar and wait for the results of the prices to be displayed!
These sites will show you all the best deals for each part of your journey including flights and taxis.
After all, what’s the point in investing in an all-inclusive holiday if taxis and extras will still leave you penniless?
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, there’s always something fun to do and plenty of free activities to take part in.
All you have to do is a bit of research before-hand and select the options that match your idea of a perfect holiday.
Free walking tours are always a great way to explore a destination without paying a penny! If you’re staying local, check our guide on best places for days out in Nottinghamshire.
If you’re visiting a foreign city, keep an eye out for free museums. If you don’t like museums and would like to do something a bit more light-hearted and at your own pace have a look at City Tour Apps which will offer you various suggestions. Some apps are free, others incredibly in-expensive and worth investing in.
Can you really call yourself a #SavvyTraveller and spend loads of money on your travels?
Whilst flying may seem like the only option when going abroad, it’s worth considering driving or getting the bus as those are often much cheaper options. With return trips from London to Spain starting at £33 – what do you have to lose?
Are you part of a big group of friends? Try to turn your journey into a road trip that can help you save money!
Taking turns to drive means everyone has time to relax and recover and sharing petrol costs can mean a very in-expensive road trip. You will also need a few other essentials to make your road trip just perfect.
We know, we know – you can barely fit anything in a hand-luggage!
However, checking in a big bag is very expensive most of the time and you can save a lot of money by thinking before-hand about all the actual essentials you’ll need.
Most airlines will let you take a small suitcase as hand luggage and if you’re savvy with your packing, this will prepare you for up to a week!
We often have a selection of travel cases in our retail auctions so don’t forget to regularly check our stock for a good deal.
For volume and variety under one roof, look no further than our auctions for your Bank Holiday trip essentials.