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AI in Europe for 4 in May for 1 week for < £1500

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Verily1 · 04/01/2020 20:14

Is this doable?

Inc transfers/ baggage.

Want no hassle ‘fly and flop’ holiday with sun, pool and no stress.

Slides / fun pool for dcs a bonus.

If it wasn’t AI how much less is a comparable price?

Dcs primary aged.

TIA

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Verily1 · 04/01/2020 21:26

Bump

How much are people paying for holidays this year?

I’m trying to find a bargain in the sales but it’s been a few years so I’m not sure what a reasonable budget is.

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Jeezoh · 05/01/2020 09:29

I’d say it’s not do-able if you’re going during May half term

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Verily1 · 06/01/2020 21:40

Not half term.

Any time May or June would be fine.

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Looneytune253 · 06/01/2020 21:43

Yep I've just done a quick search on Easyjet and this is one of the first to come up

AI in Europe for 4 in May for 1 week for < £1500
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Looneytune253 · 06/01/2020 21:45

Wow

AI in Europe for 4 in May for 1 week for < £1500
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BarbaraofSeville · 07/01/2020 14:08

Try the jet2holidays search facility if the airports suit. If you put in the outbound airports, party size, AI and dates, you'll get a list of holidays that you can sort by price and see if any are within budget. If you can get a free child place, are flexible about location and dates, I'd think you might be able to find something. That time of year I'd go to the Canaries for guaranteed warmth, and generally good value when you're there.

The other way I'd look at doing it would be to go B&B in an aparthotel, have a big, late breakfast each day and then cater using a combination of eating out a few times, perhaps for a late lunch so cheaper and you only need a snack on the balcony in the evening supermarket drinks, snacks, ice creams and easy meals. That way it's also less risky than going AI if you don't like the food that you've paid for.

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Malahi500 · 07/01/2020 14:30

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Verily1 · 07/01/2020 20:24

Thanks!

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