Thomas Cook is offering £1 deposits on heaps of holidays including Dubai, Mexico, Thailand and the Caribbean, including a number of travel dates throughout 2022
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If you’ve been keeping an eye out for holiday deals for a sunny getaway this year, you might want to check out the latest offer from Thomas Cook.
The travel agency, which relaunched as an online travel agent in 2020, is currently offering £1 deposits on a host of bucket list holidays including Dubai, Mexico, Caribbean islands and US hotspots such as Florida and New York.
Offers are valid for holidays booked with specific airlines such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates, to name a few.
You can already book holidays online with £1 deposit, but it should be noted that they are subject to availability – and the £1 security deposit is per person. Your booking confirmation will also provide further details of when the remainder of your balance is due.
You can find the full T&Cs at thomascook.com.
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There are loads of wanderlust-inducing destinations on the list, too, whether you’re looking to explore Dubai’s best attractions, hit those beautiful Caribbean beaches, or check out some of the most amazing places in Thailand. .
Plus, with holiday packages starting at £545 pp, there are some great deals to be had on long-haul getaways.
Don’t be discouraged if you can’t find the right deal for the vacation you’re looking for.
We’ve got plenty more holiday deals for you, including the best flash sales, the latest coupon codes, and other deals we think are worth your radar. We also have a guide to cheap flights that not only includes the latest airline sales, but also has plenty of booking tips and hacks to help you find the best deals.
With a number of countries relaxing travel rules for Britons, there are plenty of holiday options for those who want to get away to the sun.
For example, Mexico is one of three countries to be open to travelers with no Covid testing or vaccination requirements, while Dubai recently relaxed its rules and scrapped pre-travel Covid testing for vaccinated holidaymakers.
Meanwhile, UK travel rules were already relaxed in February.
Under the changes, fully vaccinated arrivals no longer need Covid tests before or after arriving in the UK. For unvaccinated arrivals, there is still pre-departure and post-arrival testing, although the requirement to self-isolate for 10 days has ended.
Currently all passengers still need to complete a Passenger Locator Form before traveling to the UK, but it is hoped these could be completed in time for Easter.
Travel restrictions can change quickly during the pandemic, so if you’re planning a trip abroad, always check the latest Foreign Office travel advice for a destination before you book or travel.
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