Can you believe it's September already? This year is going so quickly that it's already time to start not only thinking about your summer 2020 holiday, but actually booking it. Here's why now is the perfect time to do just that...
If you have a specific time frame or holiday destination in mind, you'll need to book way in advance in order to secure availability as well as the best prices. August Bank Holiday packages, for example, are always going be snapped up quickly!
If you like getting all sorted in advance, you should aim to book 9 months before travel to get the best deals - that's this month if you're wanting to go abroad in June of next year! Look out for travel discount codes too so you can get even better value.
One-fifth of all holiday searches on icelolly.com are now for Summer 2020, so you'll have to be quick if you want to pick up early booking discounts, or extras like a room upgrade or free child places.
Most travel companies offer low deposit options and let you spread the cost of your holiday to up to 8 weeks before your departure date. If you book now for summer, that gives you a whole 9 months to pay your package off, little by little.
If you’re booking an all inclusive holiday, you'll be paying for your food, drinks and often snacks and activities within the cost your package too, meaning you won't even have to worry too much about spending money.
We all enjoy having something to look forward to, so much so that if you're anything like me, the moment you book a holiday, you'll write it on your calendar and set up a countdown alert for it on an app.
By booking in advance for the next summer, you'll give yourself plenty of time for the holiday excitement to grow. Not only that, but you'll also be able to research your resort and hotel in-depth, and even have time left over to come up with a full itinerary (if you so wish).
Have you booked your summer 2020 holiday yet? Tweet @icelollyholiday and let us know where you're going and why!
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