Brits urged to book package holidays for 2021

TUI Netherlands cancels holidays to the Balearics. Credit - Twitter

BRITS urged to book package holidays for 2021 AS Consumer watchdog Which? found in eight out of 10 cases packages were cheaper than booking flights and accommodation separately.

Families planning a holiday in the sun next summer are being urged to book a package holiday.

And most importantly holidaymakers do not risk losing their money if travel is banned due to Covid-19 or if the airline or hotel goes bust.

Which? found a holiday for two adults flying to Rhodes from Bristol for a fortnight cost £583 with Tui but £1,053 if flights and rooms were booked separately.

A couple flying from London Stansted for a fortnight on the Greek island could save £158 with Tui.

While a couple flying from Glasgow to Gran Canaria with Jet2 Holidays for two weeks in May will pay £702, not £936 saving £234.

Rory Boland, editor of Which? Travel, said, “We’ve been urging holidaymakers to book a package for next year, given the unparalleled protection they offer. Also, a package could save hundreds.

“Not all providers are equal though. Anyone planning on booking for 2021 should strongly consider a package with a reputable provider that has treated customers fairly in recent months.”

If a provider cancels a package, the customer is entitled to a full refund within 14 days.

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