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Securing A Last Minute Holiday Deal

A significant proportion of last minute holiday deals are aimed at families travelling together, so if you’re travelling with a spouse and children (of any age) this is a great way to grab a bargain break and stretch your budget a little further to free up some spending money at your destination.

travel-deals.jpgWith the economy still reeling and most people desperately searching for a way to go on holiday, many are looking for a way to get more bang for their proverbial buck which is why late deals and last minute holidays are enjoying a recent popularity surge. Here are the top three tips you need to remember to make sure you get the best possible holiday deal for yourself and your family.

Look For Non-European Destinations

Looking outside Europe makes your holiday British pounds go a lot further, both in terms of packages, flights and accommodation and spending money once you’re there. New tourist-friendly spots are arising in places like Bulgaria, Tunisia and Turkey, especially on the self-catering front, offering amazingly beautiful beach holidays at rock bottom prices. Look out for some of the top resorts such as Sunny Beach in Bulgaria, Bodrum in Turkey and Sousse in Tunisia.

Go All-Inclusive

The best way to ensure great value is to follow the current trend many families and holidaymakers are adopting, and go all-inclusive to get the best deals. This means everything is included in the listed price – food, flights, transfers, even sometimes car rental – so all you need to worry about is spending money. Lots of last minute all-inclusive holidays clock in at less than half the price of booking in advance during certain times of year, as resorts hurry to fill up empty beds and places, so be sure to watch out for these.

The Eight Week Rule

A late deal doesn’t need to be as late as you think, and contrary to popular belief doesn’t always mean booking today and dashing to the airport tomorrow. In fact, often the best time to look for real bargains is six to eight weeks before you want to travel. The reason behind this is that majority of top tour operators will release their deals at the eight weeks before takeoff mark, which also gives you the best possible availability if you’re a traveller determined to grab a bargain.

If you’re looking for a last minute holiday deal make sure you check out travel deals website www.nextholiday.co.uk for all the latest and best offers, including a wide range of all-inclusive package deals to minimise the hassle of your bargain basement holiday.

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