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How to keep your holidays cheap.
Whether you’re looking for a last minute break this September or thinking ahead for next summer, if you don’t want to splurge your hard earned cash, there are many ways of keeping your holidays cheap.
There are lots of cheap flights around with the ever increasing number of budget airlines, but if you don’t have the time to trawl the web looking for separate flights and hotels, a good money saving option is to sign up for a package holiday and let the company do the hard work.
Booking last minute doesn’t have to be horribly expensive. There are some great deals around. Thomson (www.thomson.co.uk) has over 30,000 holiday deals on offer with departures in the next four weeks. A seven-night stay in the Georgia Apartment complex in Afandou, Rhodes, with return flights from Gatwick departing on the 14th of September costs just £205 per person, one of the best deals around.
Easy Jet (www.holidays.easyjet.com), started offering holiday packages this year. One of the cheapest deals we found was 7 nights in Nerja on the Costa del Sol in mid September, with flights from Gatwick starting at around £150 per person.
And if you’re already thinking of next summer’s trip, First Choice (www.firstchoice.co.uk), is making its holidays all-inclusive from 2012. As of next summer, everything from flights to food, drinks and snacks will be included in your break. Families can keep their holidays cheap by choosing an all-inclusive package, with a saving of around £500.
First Choice are currently offering April 2012 deals including seven nights in the Algarve from £264 and four nights in Cyprus from £323, an excellent price for an Easter break.
Other websites to check to keep your holidays cheap are Thomas Cook (www.thomascook.com) and Cheap holidays.com (www.cheapholidays.com). They also have some excellent deals. Bon Voyage!