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Which holiday destinations currently offer the best value?

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The continuing strength of sterling against the euro means that resorts in the eurozone look like a good bet for those heading overseas this summer.

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New travel rights smartphone app

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Flight delayed or cancelled? Do you know if the airline has to offer you food or accomodation? A new smartphone app guides consumers through the complex regulations that apply to air and rail journeys.  Read More…

Buy smart & beat airline baggage charges

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With budget airlines charging anything from £18 to £80 to put your luggage in hold on a return flight, here's how to buy the contents of your holiday suitcase for less than it costs the airline to carry it.  Read More…

At the airport? Beat the impulse-buy bug!

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Can you bag a bargain at duty-free or will impulse buys waste your cash? Maria McCarthy looks at why it's hard to fight the temptation to splurge at the airport.  Read More…

Going on holiday? Top 10 travel apps

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Going on holiday? If so, and you own a smartphone, downloading the right travel app can make your trip run that little bit more smoothly. We round up the top 10 travel apps.  Read More…

25% of Brits cut back on travel insurance

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A quarter of Brits heading abroad this summer won't have any travel insurance, according to new research. But whether you're heading abroad alone, with friends or with family, cutting back on travel cover is a false economy.  Read More…

Drivers paying much less for fuel in Europe

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UK holidaymakers driving to Europe are likely to pay significantly less at the pump this year due to the relative strength of the pound, a report has found.  Read More…

Is finding the cheapest flight a false economy?

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Travellers should be wary of using different domestic and even European airports in search of cheaper fares, as often the savings made are nominal or non-existent.  Read More…

Why it pays to turn detective with your hire car

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Hiring a car abroad? The small print can often allow car hire firms to bill your credit card for extra charges, as money journalist Sue Hayward found out to her cost. Here's Sue's savvy ways to protect yourself.  Read More…

The travel insurance that could pay for your drinks

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Travel insurance that pays the bar bill? Yes it's true. Read your policy's small print and there's likely to be many circumstances you may be covered for that you didn’t realise.

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