The Bleak Midwinter isn’t a time where you might associate sunny beaches or being waited on for a week.
However, now is the time to pick up some bargains as well as giving you time to save up ready for your summer holiday.
Holiday loans for bad credit
If you are feeling the pinch after Christmas and are struggling to pay for a deposit for a holiday then a company like QuidMarket can help.
Even if you have bad credit we will still review your application as our underwriters process each one manually and look at the affordability of the repayments.
We offer short term loans to be paid off over 3 – 6 months for new customers from £300. This can be used to book your summer holiday well in advance to help you get the best deal possible.
Plus, by booking it now you will have the next few months to save up for the holiday spends!
How to apply
You can apply for your holiday loan online. As you decide how much you need to borrow and for how long you can set the repayment rate you can afford.
Here at QuidMarket we never charge for late payments, default fees, transfer fees or anything else. Simply choose the amount you need to borrow and for how long and we will show you the repayments amounts before we send the money.
Where can I find cheap summer holidays?
As with anything finance-related, especially with something so expensive, it is always wise to shop around. Once you’ve found the destination you want, have a look at the various price comparison websites out there to make sure you’re not paying over the odds.
Also, some booking websites might offer other incentives too, such as admission to theme parks, museums or other tourist attractions.
Have a think about what’s important to you and your family and what you want to get out of your holiday.
Last year saw the collapse of one of the biggest holiday operators in the UK. Thomas Cook went into administration leaving over 150,000 holidaymakers stranded and over 2,500 staff without a job.
The UK Government flew people home using over 150 aircraft making 740 flights last summer. The vast majority of people were entitled to a refund on the holiday they booked through the ABTA website.
When making a booking this year, however large, small or safe you feel the company is, always make sure they are signed up to the ABTA scheme to give you the peace of mind should the worse happen.
Here is more information about ABTA and Thomas Cook.