When booking a holiday you want it be simple and not in anyway stressful, after all holidays are meant to be exciting, something to look forward too. To help you when booking your next break, here is a list of the best websites to use!
Want to get the best deals on flights? Or you're not even sure where you want to fly to? Skyscanner’s search function means you can search flights by month, exact dates and if you’re feeling spontaneous you can even select everywhere as the destination meaning you could get a bargain! They have hotels too, so you can put together your own perfect holiday.
Whether you're looking for a short trip or long haul destinations, Travelzoo have plenty of deals for everyone. Every week they change their top 20 deals and you can search by hotels, flights, all inclusive and last minute bargains to just name a few. Most of the holidays are booked over the phone meaning you can find the perfect deal to suit you.
3. Holiday Pirates
The best website if you’re on a budget, Holiday Pirates search the internet so you don’t have to, by finding the best deals delivered straight to your inbox, phone or Facebook page. You can also search for specific destinations and their calender means you can see which is the cheapest dates to fly on.
4. Travel Supermarket
A great holiday comparison site which uses the best hotel sites and airlines to get you the best deal. Travel Supermarket will also show you other dates close to the ones you selected if there are cheaper prices and you can also get travel deals direct to your inbox.
5. Secret Escapes
A members only travel website meaning you have to register to get access for FREE. Secret Escapes are all about luxury travel, but without the luxury price tag meaning everyone can afford to go on holiday to amazing destinations. Once logged in you can access their current sales six months in advance and filter by type of break and if you want flights included. The deals only last so long, so act fast!
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Elizabeth Allcock is not only a passionate Travel Blogger but she works full time as a digital content editor in beautiful Warwickshire. When she’s not writing about her other love: fashion on her blog Call Me Liz she loves talking about places she’s travelled to. She’s eager to see the world one place at a time…