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Buying a holiday in January - Are they really cheaper?

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2014/12/20 08:36:44 (permalink)
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Buying a holiday in January - Are they really cheaper?

As the title, once Christmas is over we get bombarded with holiday adverts, are the discounts real? Is it really a good time to get a good deal on a holiday?

 
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    TOOLMONKEY
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    Re: Buying a holiday in January - Are they really cheaper? 2014/12/20 20:18:50 (permalink)
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    It's just a selling tactic, after the Christmas come down a lot of people will want something to look forward to so book a holiday thinking they are getting a good deal when the prices have been artificially inflated and then heavily discounted to make it look like a good deal.
     
    In my experience the best deals are to be had in the October/November the year before you travel if you want to book somewhere particular. 

     



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    Re: Buying a holiday in January - Are they really cheaper? 2014/12/21 10:01:10 (permalink)
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    Probably got sales on holidays like everything else I guess.
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