Bagging Bargain Gran Canaria Holidays

Beach of La Aldea de San Nicolas. Gran Canaria. Canary Islands. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

[This post was made possible with support by: Thomas Cook]

There are a few different tactics that you can employ if you’re keen to land yourself bargain holidays this year or next and they each involve just a little homework and using the internet to place your booking.

Perhaps the easiest way to secure a value-for-money trip to the famous Canary Islands is to plan well in advance and book a deal that ticks all your boxes. Going all inclusive can give you a good way to keep your costs down while enjoying yourself in the sun as you can budget more precisely but there are also any number of quality self-catered apartments available for rent as part of cut-price package offers available. Extra discounts are offered by tour operators like Thomas Cook to encourage customers to use the internet when placing their bookings.

Another way to keep your holiday costs down if you’ve decided that Gran Canaria is the right place you is to hold your nerve and snap up one of the more eye-catching last minute package offers that make their way online. You will need some level of flexibility in terms of when you travel, how long you stay for, and precisely where you are to be accommodated but you can save yourself some significant sums and have a fantastic time — all at a bargain price.

It is always worth doing your homework when it comes to looking for discounted holiday offers, whether you have set your heart on a trip to a Spanish island, finding a great hotel in Barcelona, or if you feel it might be time to give Turkey a try. There are great offers on packages to Gran Canaria all year round and bargain Dalaman holidays available on a variety of terms right now.

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  • KristinSkj

    Another way to save money on your Gran Canaria Holiday is to get out of the typical tourist resorts when you are going out to eat. Get on a bus and explore the island and the local cousine. I am pretty sure you will be happy about lower prices and at the same time see some of the real Gran Canaria.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=556716393 Matthew Hirtes

    Yes, Going Local on Gran Canaria,  http://www.amazon.co.uk/Going-Local-Gran-Canaria-Destination/dp/1904881629/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1359888247&sr=8-2, can definitely keep your costs down.

  • Sylvia Jordan

    We are quite excited to have our planned family holidays to gran canaria june 2013 going. I think another way to save money is to go to less-touristy places; food, accommodations, and tours here are cost less than their more popular counterparts.