30 Websites Which Will Save You Money On Your Next Holiday


1 – Cruise1st

Let’s kick things off with our very own deals page. Offering exclusive deals to cruise fans, Cruise1st can help holidaymakers save money on trips aboard ships from the world’s best loved and most respected cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, Cunard, P&O Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and many, many more!

2 – Cheap Travel Money

Founder Martin Lewis will take you through the best travel credit card deals, helping holidaymakers avoid cards and deals which incur huge charges and rates of interest. Get rewarded for shopping on your travels.


3 – Navfree

Since 2010 Navfree has been helping tourists make their way around foreign lands. The free app for iOS and Android turns your phone into helpful satellite navigation in over 50 different countries. Meaning you don’t have to shell out for maps or sat nav upgrades on a rental car.


4 – ASOS

With sunglasses from £5.99 and swimsuits from £12.00; ASOS is the perfect place to get kitted out for your holiday on a budget. The next day delivery option is perfect for those who have booked a last minute deal.


Sunglasses - Mr Seb

5 – Hot UK Deals

Find out which supermarkets are selling off your favourite sun tan lotion at bargain prices with Hot UK Deals. Keep your family protected from the glare of the sun for less this year.


6 – Currys

With headphones starting from just £3.99; Currys is ideal for music fans who don’t want to risk losing their favourite pair of headphones.


7 – TripAdvisor

For those looking for excellent places to eat/stay without compromising quality; TripAdvisor offers impartial reviews and honest opinions on restaurants/bars/hotels from all around the world. Each venue is complete with a price rating out of 5.


8 – Money

Money offers up-to-date bureau de change rates, giving holidaymakers the chance to get the best rate and make their money go further. Whilst the differences in rate may seem negligible, the savings could soon mount up.


9 – Tesco Direct

With inflatable/camping pillows from just £1.50; Tesco Direct is the cheaper way to get 40 winks during a flight. Kit the whole family out with travel pillows for just a few pounds.


10 – Megabus

For just a fiver, you can travel half the length of the country from Manchester to London. Megabus offers incredibly low prices when travelling between cities; making it more affordable to travel to destinations, airports and ports.


Megabus - Glen Wallace

11 – Guardian Home Exchange

Rather than shelling out for a B&B, use your home as a bargaining chip for a free holiday stay. The Guardian Home Exchange partners up holidaying families from around the world and gives them the opportunity to stay in each other’s home for free.


12 – Google Travel Insurance

Google offers a free service, allowing users to discover the cheapest travel insurance rates going. Make sure you and your family are completely covered, for less.


13 – Parkopedia

With a comprehensive selection of car parks available throughout the UK; Parkopedia displays location, price, availability and security features. This can help you find the cheapest alternative to expensive airport parking.


14 – Fit for Travel

The NHS and Health Protection Scotland website offers impartial advice and services about vaccinations, helping you locate the best and most cost-effective place to get inoculated against conditions when travelling.


15 – Uber

Available in many of the world’s major cities; Uber is revolutionising the taxi industry. As well as making the service more efficient and intuitive, Uber Taxis are often cheaper than their more traditional alternatives. Download the app for iOS or Android mobile devices and order directly from a smartphone or tablet. When you sign up, or sign up a friend, you automatically get £10 credit!


16 – Remember the Milk

Allowing you to remotely manage your tasks from your phone; Remember the Milk means you won’t neglect to pay any bills on your travels, protecting you from potential fines. The simple-to-use app works with both iOS and Android and is compatible with a wide range of different programmes.


17 – Freecycle

Freecycle is the environmentally-friendly recycling programme where people offer their unwanted possessions for free collection. From suitcases to tents; this programme can help you pick up holiday essentials for nothing.


18 – Under Cover Tourist

More than 17 million of you will go to Disney World next year, making the cheap Disney World tickets from Under Cover Tourist even more helpful. The service compiles the best deals from the net, making it easier for holidaymakers to save whilst enjoying magical trips.


Disney - Christian Lambert Photography

19 – EHIC

A valid EHIC card can grant you free or discounted medical treatment in hospitals throughout the European Union. The card entitles you to the same treatment as a local, so make sure you haven’t lost yours. A replacement costs as little as £20, far less than many treatments will cost without the card.


20 – Seat Guru

Giving you an insight into the layout of plane seats; Seat Guru provides passengers with the chance to get a little extra leg room or favourable positions, without paying for an upgrade.


21 – Travel Adaptor

Rather than carrying a multi-purpose adaptor behemoth on all your travels, hoping you have brought the right input for your appliances; Travel Adaptor can help identify the right adaptor for your trip. Furthermore, the site then links you to great deals on the respective adaptors.


22 – Lastminute.com Top Secret Hotels

The Top Secret Hotels section of lastminute.com lists a great selection of 4 and 5 star hotels at great prices. With more than 80,000 hotels worldwide to choose from; lastminute.com can help holidaymakers from around the world.



23 – FlightChecker

MoneySavingExpert have built a FlightChecker tool which helps holidaymakers determine when is the best time to travel and find great deals on flights.


24 – FlightStats

More and more people are seeking compensation for delayed flights. It may even be possible to historically claim back compensation for delayed flights from six years ago. FlightStats can help you identify the date and flight number of a delayed flight you boarded. With compensation of up to £480, this payment could contribute towards your next holiday.


25 – World Sim

Rather than getting stung by expensive data roaming charges when using a mobile device abroad; World Sim gives holidaymakers free international roaming in more than 90 countries around the world


26 – Gov.uk

Renewing a passport costs as little as £72.50 when completed through the gov.uk website. Third party websites will charge you additional costs for their service, so always ensure you complete this task through official channels.


27 – ESTA

Everyone travelling to the US is required to fill out an ETSA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation) form. This costs $14 through the official ETSA website but third party websites could charge an additional fee.


28 – Priceline Hotel Bidding

Priceline is a useful tool for people booking hotels in the US. Users are able to bid on hotel rooms, naming their own price. You can only bid once per day, but it gives you the opportunity to haggle with hotel owners and earn the best rate.


29 – Avios

Avios is one of the world’s leading Air Miles services, rewarding frequent flyers. See how you can benefit from an Avios credit card – making your holiday budget go further.


BA - Mark Harkin

30 – MyVoucherCodes

With Vouchers for almost anything; MyVoucherCodes can help you save on flights, hotels, meals, connections, theatre shows and almost everything else. Before booking elsewhere, check for a voucher code from this helpful tool.



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Images sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credits: Mr Seb, Glen Wallace, Christian Lambert Photography, Joi Ito, Mark Harkin


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Claire has worked in the travel industry since leaving college in 1994. One of this blog's most regular contributors, Claire covers cruise news and industry trends.

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