Jet2.com and Jet2holidays offers GBP100 discount on package holidays to popular sun destination

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, UK-based travel and holiday companies, have announced the launch of flights and holidays to popular sun destinations at discounted prices, for summer 2019.

Until Wednesday, holidaymakers can take advantage of a £100 discount per person on package holidays with Jet2holidays to Mainland Spain, the Balearics, the Canaries, Portugal and Madeira for this summer, offering savings of £400 for a family of four. By entering the promo code ‘SAVE100S&P’ holidaymakers departing to any of these destinations between April 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019 with the UK tour operator will benefit from the offer.

Jet2.com is also offering discounts on all flights to the same destinations between the same dates, with charges reduced by 10%. Tickets are available to book at www.jet2holidays.com or www.jet2.com

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: ‘There’s no better time to book your place to the sun with our award-winning tour operator and airline. With a £100 saving per person on holidays, and 10% off flights to many of our most popular destinations in Spain and Portugal, we are looking forward to putting a lot of holidaymakers in a very sunny mood this weekend.’

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays were recently named as one of the top brands in the country for customer service. The flight and holiday company was ranked 29 out of a total of 315 brands in 2018 for delivering excellent customer service in the 2018 UK Customer Experience Excellence Analysis, published by KPMG Nunwood. The research by KPMG Nunwood was collected via an online survey where over 10,000 UK customers were interviewed.

Keeping Costs Down When Travelling

As fun as travelling can be, it is not always cheap. Whether on a business trip, holiday or simply visiting friends and family, everyone needs to travel occasionally. As such, keeping the costs down is always appreciated. Learning that now, rather than later, will not only save you more money, but help turn it into a vital skill in the years to come.

Additionally, many of the tips and techniques here might still be beneficial to the frequent traveller. There is always something new to learn, and there are definitely always ways to keep costs down for those who seek them.

Travelling Options: Insurance

First of all, it might be a surprise to look into insurance options when travelling, but your choice of transport definitely adds a certain cost.

Vehicle insurance is expensive, as are the running costs of owning a vehicle. If you don’t travel that often, owning such a vehicle may seem pointless. It could sit in your drive, only being used for short distances in day to day life where public transport would suffice.

Instead, consider renting a car when you need it. By only driving in short time frames throughout the year, you’ll find that car club insurance can be surprisingly cheap. Compare this to the costs of owning a car all year around, and the maths should speak clearly.

Accommodation

Similar to your transport options, a lot of people often go for overtly expense accommodation. Hotels can be effective, but you really need to assess your use of them.

If you just want a bed for the night, a motel or B&B might be much cheaper. Hotels can charge a hefty fee per night, which they often justify for the atmosphere and additional facilities. Unless you’re making full use of the hotel, there isn’t always much point to them. If you’re just using the room, the basic facilities found here can be found in most forms of accommodation.

Moving down the scale will provide you with more money from savings without sacrificing much. A bed and bathroom are all that most people require, so it doesn’t always make sense to go to an expensive hotel.

Saving Money

In short, these are only some basic areas, but they are the areas where a lot of money goes when travelling. If you cut down your transport and accommodation options, for instance, then you’ll start to save a surprising amount of money.

For the likes of holidays, this excess cash is certainly welcome. Yet, even for simple trips, any money saved is a general advantage. Money is scarce these days, so being able to hold on to what you really helps you stretch your money further on any income.

So, whether it’s renting a car instead of owning one, or considering different accommodation, there are a few options open to anyone who’s willing to try something different and bring down their expenses as a result.