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Unfortunately, you can't book a UK holiday with no deposit, however, you can secure your trip with a payment from as low as £25 per person with companies like Forest Holidays and Haven holiday parks, meaning you can still book ahead and enjoy places in the UK like Devon, Cornwall and Wales without having to pay in full upfront, but transfering the remaining payments over several months. These low deposit holiday options are such a great way to spread the cost and help you manage your money.

Travelling Abroad

Fancy enjoying the soft sandy beaches of Spain or the exciting water parks of Turkey, but don't quite have the funds? TUI has over 70 fantastic destinations in Europe and around the world in places like the USA and Caribbean. So whether you want the perfect family holiday in the Greek Islands, a little bit of winter sun in Tenerife and the Canary Islands, or a far flung all inclusive holiday in Mexico, you're bound to find a great package deal. Other favourite destinations include Majorca and Ibiza in Spain, the Algarve in Portugal, Cyprus and Malta. Many city break destinations like Amsterdam, Barcelona and New York aren't included in the offer.


Cruise holidays usually require you to pay a deposit to secure your cabin, which can vary, starting from £50 per person or 10%. This can be the case across most cruise companies like Marella, P&O Cruises, Royal Caribbean and NCL.

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There are really only two travel companies who offer the ability to secure a holiday without having to pay any money. Fortunately, they are also both ABTA and ATOL protected. but there are other many other companies who now offer a low deposit scheme too.


TUI offers a great range of hotel and flight inclusive holidays with destinations ranging from Benidorm and Benalmadena to Bodrum and even Barbados. They are able to offer these types of holidays because the flights are usually on their TUI airline, so can manage their seat availability accordingly. Once booked, direct debit payments will be taken from your bank account as per the booking conditions, with the final payment due around 12 weeks before your departure date. Sometimes even free kids places can be included which is great for families.

First Choice

As part of the same company, First Choice also offers these fantastic low deposit holidays and deals with zero to pay upfront. So whether you're booking a short break for a stag do or hen do in the sun and need time to collect up the money, or you're booking a pricier all inclusive holiday for the whole family, this can be a great option.

How Do No Deposit Holidays Work

How Do No Deposit Holidays Work

Simple! Do a search with TUI or First Choice holidays to see what's available. In the search results you'll see what the deposit situation is. It will either say you can secure the holiday booking with a deposit of a certain amount, or no deposit needed. Holidays departing further out will usually have this option when a flight with TUI is involved. Choose and book the right holiday for you, and pay of the full balance as instructed by them.

You'll need to make sure you pay the minimum amounts they require by the dates they set, and can be easiest by direct debit online, however, aside from this, you can pay as much extra as you like. You could even create your own monthly payment plan, so that after you get paid, you pay off a certain amount of the balance. The full amount is often due around 90 days or 12 weeks before departure, however this can vary so ALWAYS check the booking terms and conditions before you book.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can book a holiday with no deposit and pay monthly installments. Find and book your no deposit holiday above.

This can vary from company to company and can be accommodation only (in the UK), or flight inclusive holidays (if travelling abroad).

No, Jet2 does not have zero deposit holidays, but TUI and First Choice do. However Jet2holidays does provide low deposits and financially protection through the ABTA and ATOL schemes.

Usually, when you book a holiday, no deposit options are highlighted. You will sign an agreement with the tour operator to pay monthly installments up until several months before you depart, this is normally done by providing your bank details so that a direct debit can be set up and the money taking from your bank account on the same day each month automatically.

Yes, with no deposit, you can book now and pay later through a monthly direct debit payment plan.

If you cancel your holiday, but have not yet paid any money (and don't owe any money on the booking), the holiday will be cancelled free of charge. If you have already paid some money towards your trip, check the terms and conditions to see how much money you will lose when you cancel as there may be fees.

The number of payments depends on how far in advance you book but will be at least 3 payments. Normally the package needs to be paid in full several months before you travel, so the further in advance you book, the more time you have to pay and the more payments taken. At any point, you can organise to pay the full balance.

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