Easy Holidays cancellation tips

Your Easy Holiday has been booked, the sunglasses and bathing suit are packed and you are in desperate need of a break. All of a sudden, something comes up and plans need to be changed. Unfortunately this can happen to any of us so it is important to know what to expect when making the dreaded call to Easy Holidays to cancel your trip.

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It is always best to cancel the trip as soon as you know you will not be able to go. The longer you wait, the more you will have to pay. If you cancel more than 70 days in advance, the only fee you will encounter is the non-refundable deposit which you have already paid. Anywhere between 43-70 days in advance will cost 50% of your holiday amount plus deposit, 34-42 days will be 70%, 14-33 days will be 90% and 13 days or less will see you lose the full cost of the holiday.

For some of the packages, flights and accommodation need to be paid at the time of booking. They claim this is due to the “..ever changing nature of airfare/accommodation structures...”. If you cancel a trip with Easy Holidays then you will not be refunded these fees and will need to pay a cancellation fee on top of it to cover any non-refundable accommodation and flights.

If there are people still able to go on the trip you have booked, be aware that the price can be adjusted for those that able to travel. Some packages have a required number of people that need to travel in order to maintain the initial discounted price. Contact East Holidays and make sure to read the fine print of your package deal before you hand over money.

Any insurance premium that has been paid is also non-refundable. If for some reason you have not paid in full by the due date, Easy do have the right to cancel your trip as well so be very careful. Make sure to spend adequate time reading all of the fine print and knowing what you should and should not be paying for too.

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