£0 deposit holidays

If you’re keen to get a holiday in the calendar, but don’t want to fork out straight away, our £0 deposit deals are just the ticket. They’re available on a selection of holidays, when you’re due to travel outside of the next 26 weeks. All you need to do is set up a Direct Debit, and you’re good to go. Let’s break it down…

Step 1 - Find your holiday

With our book-now-pay-later method, it’s quick and easy to spread the cost of your trip. The first step’s finding the right deal. As well as our £0 deposit deals, we’ve also got low deposits ranging from £60 to £125, depending on when and where you’re going. Once you’ve got a getaway in your sights, you’re ready for step two. You can use Direct Debit for most of our holidays, including city breaks, Multi-Destination holidays and Lakes & Mountains getaways.

Step 2 - Set up your Direct Debit

Before you confirm your booking, you’ll need to set up your Direct Debit online. Once you’re done, you can lock your booking in with a £0 deposit.

Step 3 - Pay your instalments

Your Direct Debit payments will be split into at least three instalments. And if you want to add any extras to your booking, or opt for an upgrade, your Direct Debit payments can be adjusted to cover the cost.

Step 4 - Make your final payment

Everything needs to be paid off before your departure date comes around. If you’re paying by Direct Debit, you'll make your final payment 8 weeks before you depart. If the Direct Debit is cancelled, you'll need to pay the final payment 12 weeks before departure.

Step 5 - You're done

All that’s left to do is pack your case, catch your flight, and fire up holiday mode.

Terms and Conditions

Our £0 deposit deals are only available when you choose to pay for your holiday with a Direct Debit. To opt in, a Direct Debit needs to be set up before the booking’s confirmed. If you pay by Direct Debit, we’ll provide you with a confirmation setting out the payment amounts and due dates. Visit our Direct Debit page for more details, or check the full T&Cs.

You can find out more on our low deposits page.