Inexpensive summer vacation deals including TUI, Jet2 and easyJet discounts
Sun-hungry Britons could enjoy a long-awaited vacation this summer as the UK begins to allow more leisure travel.
For example, the Foreign Office is no longer advising against traveling to a multitude of Amber List countries, including vacation hot spots like Greece and Spain, paving the way for summer vacations.
Then, of course, there’s the news that fully vaccinated Britons won’t need to self-isolate when they return from the Amber Countries on July 19.
There are still rules in place such as return PCR testing to the UK – and of course each country has its own entry requirements and border rules in place, so not everything is open to the British just yet. .
Nonetheless, the good news is that if you’re planning to book a vacation to a green or amber country this summer, you’ll find deals from July through September, with companies like TUI, Jet2holidays, and First Choice all pulling stops for. attract vacationers.
We take a look at some of the best deals that we think are worth putting on your radar …
You’ll want to check entry requirements before booking travel, as some require Britons to have documents such as proof of a negative PCR test or vaccination, or other rules such as the need to isolate yourself on arrival.
Travel restrictions and country entry requirements can change quickly during the pandemic. You should always check the latest advice from the Foreign Office before planning, booking, or going on a trip.
If you choose to travel, there is always an element of risk – it depends on the Covid situation both in the UK and in the chosen destination.
Always check a company’s reservation policy in case you are unable to travel due to Covid.
For example, TUI allows you to pay for vacations for free if you book a destination from the Allow List but then it is added to the Amber List and you no longer wish to travel.
Meanwhile, Jet2holidays allows you to change your vacation if you or someone on your booking is positive for Covid, the NHS Test and Trace tells you to self-isolate within 14 days before your trip, or within 21 days if the region where you live enters local containment.
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