Is family travel too expensive in school holidays?

Parents face huge price hikes if they wait for the school term to end before going on holiday. Have you taken your child out of school early to secure a cheaper deal? Do you think something needs to be done to ensure cheaper travel during the school holidays?

Which month you take your break makes a huge difference in cost.

  • A week's stay for four in August at a holiday park on the Lincolnshire coast is £710 pounds dearer than the same holiday in September
  • A family stay in Sherwood Forest is £850 cheaper during term time too
  • And you would save more than a thousand pounds on a week-long break in Lanzarote if you went during the school term instead of August

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