Alexa, play 'Holiday' by Madonna

Alexa, play ‘Holiday’ by Madonna

Alexa, play ‘Holiday’ by Madonna

Sunshine Saturday – aka the first Saturday in January – is always one of the most popular days in the year to holiday.” class=”link “book a holiday. We’re back at work, the weather is rubbish, and all that’s getting us through is dreams of far away.

Though many Brits left the country in 2022, this will be the first full year since the Covid pandemic that holiday travel is secure to most destinations. We can finally choose where we’d really like to go in the world again, rather than be dictated by travel traffic lights.

However, this freedom comes just as the cost of living crisis really bites – meaning we are all looking to save as much money as we can and foreign travel may feel out of reach to many.

Do you want to book a break in this year, but aren’t sure how to get a good deal? TravelSupermarket has some tips and tricks to help you.

Travel outside peak season (if you can)

If you are willing and able to travel off season, you can really slash the price of a holiday. September, for example, is one of the cheaper months to travel, while still giving you a great chance of sunny weather.

For city breaks, consider September to November or January to March. Yes, it might be a little colder in some European cities, but with better prices and fewer crowds, the compromise is more than worth it. For example, you can get two nights in Rome for around £100pp if you travel in October.

To save money on a family holiday, look to the very last week of the school break. Prices also tend to be more reasonable in October half term

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