All Inclusive Holidays Under £100pp
All-inclusive holidays under £100pp
£100 doesn't get you far these days, even when you take off the cost of flights and stay in the UK instead, so an all inclusive holiday under £100 is almost unheard of.
With exchange rate fluctuations, fuel price increases and peak date price hikes, it can be really difficult to find a holiday for less than £100, even if it was self catering, so if you find an all inclusive holiday under budget, just double check what is included. Something important may not actually be included so check what the cost of the break does include. If you can't see any issue, then go for it, but bear in mind a holiday for less than £100pp which is all inclusive is very rare, so be prepared for some sort of issue to come up at a later stage.
How to get a holiday under £100pp
All inclusive under £100 is almost a no go, but if you're desperate to keep your holiday as cheap as possible, here are a couple of our top tips:
Go off-peak - Enjoying a holiday outside of peak times like school holidays and Christmas can be a great way to save money on your next getaway.
Look out for offers - Holiday companies regularly offer free kids places, kids eat free and other similar deals, so keep an eye out.
Travel as a group - Going with friends or family and sharing one room can help keep the cost of your holiday down. Many hotels will offer family rooms or sofa beds in the living room area so you don't need to book more than one room.
Stay in the UK - Adding flights to your holiday can push up prices with airport taxes and fuel prices, plus getting to and from the airport. A number of hotels and resorts in the UK offer all inclusive options so you don't have to go far to enjoy a break under budget.
How likely am I to find a holiday under £100?
While there are short break and holidays deals out there for less than £100, finding an all inclusive one is very rare. You'll need to be really lucky to find it, and it will likely only be for a few days. Try and see if you can save a bit more, or earn some extra money so that you push up your holiday budget and stay for longer or make sure you get everything included.
I’m going to try my luck. Where are the best destinations for my budget?
Give it a go for sure. You never know what sort of deals you might find. Popular year round destinations like Ibiza, the Algarve and Benidorm are great starting points if your budget is under £100 per person but it's unlikely you'll be able to find an all inclusive holiday deal within that budget, so don't get get too excited just yet. We just want to manage your expectations.