Wise travellers are being offered the chance to book their 2015 holiday with A1 travel and only pay a £35 deposit.
(TRAVPR.COM) UNITED KINGDOM - August 27th, 2014 - The idea is to allow those who book their 2015 summer holiday early the chance to do so by paying a low, and therefore, affordable deposit. In addition, holidaymakers have the chance to save as much as 51% off their 2015 summer holiday.
Last year, A1 travel also offered the £35 low deposit scheme. It was a great success, so they have decided to make the deal available again this year.
A range of holidays can be booked for a deposit of just £35 per person, with the balance being payable 2 weeks before travel. People can also choose to pay for their holiday gradually via monthly instalments. This offers British holidaymakers a way to pay for this expensive, but important, purchase in a flexible and manageable way.
When the firm ran the scheme, last year, early bookings rose by 20% prompting the re-launch of the scheme this year. A1 Travel anticipates that demand for the scheme will be even higher this year.
The early bird deposits scheme brings benefits for both parties. Having early bookings helps the firm to manage their purchases and to determine where the strongest demand will be during 2015. This means that they are better able to gauge the market and negotiate low cost flights and accommodation that will sell out and meet the needs of their customers.
Currently, the destinations on offer, under the low deposit scheme, are Tenerife, The Algarve, Lanzarote. Majorca, Benidorm and Turkey. There are also low deposit, discounted deals available for several Globales Hotels in Majorca, Tenerife and the Costa del Sol.
All of the destinations are popular with British holidaymakers. They all offer the chance for a break in the sun at a low price.
The strengthening pound and improvements in the economy are leading to more Brits having the confidence to book a holiday abroad in 2015. In addition, A1 travel will again be offering a range of all-inclusive deals to help their customers to budget for their holidays.