Holidays: The cheapest times to book a holiday without the help of sales

After a long winter interspersed with lockdown regulations, many Britons may be hoping to jet off abroad to sunnier climates for a relaxing break. With Black Friday right around the corner, sales and deals are about to kick off.

One traveller explained: “Last minute deals, look at unpopular seasons and stay flexible with your flight dates.”

He continued: “I did 4 days in Rome with my better half for about £200 a piece staying in a 4*.

“I still go on a ‘lads’ holiday every year with my uni friends, despite being in our 30s now.

“ We usually choose the cheapest flights we can find then book an Airbnb. We have done weekends for under £100 per person before now.

Previously, Which? Travel editor Rory Boland also shared insight into the best time of year to book.

Which? Travel editor Rory Boland said: “The best time to travel is when the weather is starting to heat up but the flight prices aren’t.”

He echoed that flexibility is king when it comes to helping to keep your wallet in good health.

“There are brilliant savings to be made for those who travel at the right time – for example, flying to Budapest in September is £70 cheaper than in August but the weather is just about as good.”


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