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We know it can sometimes be hard to budget for your holiday, so we’re making it easier for you. With our Direct Debit payments, you can secure your holiday with a small deposit and then spread the rest of cost over a few months. You can now also choose our zero deposit offer, which means you’ll be able to book your dream holiday for summer 2019 without having to pay a penny up front. You also won’t need to pay any extra charges or fees if you set up a Direct Debit instalment option with us, and our Direct Debit guarantee will protect your payments.
How much would you pay each month with Direct Debit?*
Based on 2 people departing in 6 months
|Value of holiday||Deposit||3 Monthly payments of|
Based on 2 People Departing in 12 months
|Value of holiday||Deposit||9 Monthly payments of|
*Prices are indicative
You can always choose to opt out of Direct Debit and return to paying your balance in a normal way.
If you decide to pay by Direct Debit instalments, you may be able either to pay a low deposit (currently £50pp for Short and Mid-haul and £100pp for Long Haul), that’s lower than the standard deposit required by the tour operator (a “Direct Debit Deposit”) or, if we are operating a zero deposit promotion, to pay no deposit (“Zero Deposit”). The current standard full tour operator deposit amounts are listed in the section above headed ‘Tour Operator Full Standard Deposit’. Where you choose one of these options, the following terms and conditions apply in addition to the full terms and conditions for payment by Direct Debit instalments. Making a Zero Deposit or Low Deposit payment shall mean you (the lead name on the booking) have accepted these conditions for yourself and each member of your party. Please read these terms and conditions carefully.
• If you don’t set up the Direct Debit instalments, then to avoid the risk of your booking being cancelled, you must contact us without delay to arrange to pay by another means. Failing to set up your Direct Debit means you’ll no longer qualify for a Direct Debit Deposit or Zero Deposit and you must immediately pay the full standard tour operator deposit by card or cash to avoid your holiday being cancelled by us and you becoming liable to pay a cancellation charge in accordance with the tour operator’s booking conditions
• If you set up your instalments, but your Direct Debit is subsequently cancelled by you, or by us, before the amount you’ve paid is at least equal to the tour operator’s standard deposit, you must contact us without delay to arrange to pay by another means. Cancellation of your Direct Debit means you’ll no longer qualify for a Direct Debit Deposit or Zero Deposit and you must immediately pay the remainder of the tour operator’s standard deposit by card or cash to avoid your holiday being cancelled by us and you becoming liable to pay a cancellation charge in accordance with the tour operator’s booking conditions.
For the complete Deposit and Instalments (Direct Debit) Terms and Conditions please click here.