No kids? Save lots of money on your holiday cost by avoiding
the Half Term holidays. Most people know when the main school holidays
are, Summer, Christmas & Easter and know that holidays are going to be more
expensive at those periods. However it's 2 pesky Half Term holidays that
can catch people out. The reason for this, is the fact that Half Term is
not a universal holiday across the country and can be spread over a couple of
weeks in mid February, and the end of October. The other Half Term
holiday at the end of May is universal, as it is usually tied into the Spring Bank Holiday.
Just look above and see how the price of the holiday jumps
from £335 to £385 per person during the half term holiday for flights in a very
short 4 day period between 22nd & 26th of May. The half
term school holidays bring into play the fundamental commerce rule of supply & demand.
So avoid the school holidays if you can. If you do have children, then you
cannot avoid the higher charges for holidays, unless you take them away during
term time. They might think it's cleaver now, but they won't thank you
later in life when they leave school without qualifications!
Lesson 5 >>>>