Holiday prices slashed by 50 per cent in the week after Britain's withdrawal from the EU
Added 02-23-19 09:36:02am EST - “The cost of a sunshine break is being cut by up to 50 per cent the week immediately following Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on March 29.” - Dailymail.co.uk
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Families can now grab an Easter getaway bargain as holiday prices have been slashed amid Brexit fears.
The cost of a sunshine break is being cut by up to 50 per cent the week immediately following Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union on March 29.
Holidaymakers happy to depart on that date can go to the Algarve in Portugal for up to 47 per cent less than a fortnight earlier, or to Costa Blanca in south-east Spain for 48 per cent less.
Among the most affordable Easter holiday deals is a seven-day trip to the Algarve for a family of four at £432. This is more than £200 cheaper – a 23 per cent drop – than last year’s best deal, which was a week in Benidorm at £668 [File photo]
Emma Coulthurst, of comparison site TravelSupermarket.com, said: ‘In all of the time I have worked in travel, I have never ever seen prices like this across so many destinations.’
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