Martin Lewis shares how to save £200 on holiday – even if its already booked
Martin Lewis has revealed how Brits can save on a holiday that's already been booked.
The founder of MoneySavingExpert shared the trick which involves looking at hotel prices to see if they've dropped in costs.
It works if the hotel has free cancellation in which you can then cancel, get your money back to rebook at a lower price.
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He said: "If the price of your hotel has dropped and your booking allows free cancellation, simply rebook for less.
"Check the latest prices on comparison sites Skyscanner, Kayak, and Tripadvisor – and keep checking before you go."
Replying with her own success, one woman said: "I saved £200 when the price dropped two days before travel."
Make sure you check the terms and conditions of your booking first to avoid unwanted fees.
It comes as Martin recently issued 10 urgent holiday warnings for anyone planning a trip this summer.
He reminded Brits to check the expire date on their passports.
Since Brexit, travellers can no longer visit the EU on a passport which is about to expire.
Under Schengen area rules, your passport must be less than 10 years old on the day you enter, plus valid for at least three months.
Many countries, like the US and Australia, require at least six months left on your passport.
If you do need to renew your passport, be aware of long processing delays and get your application in ASAP.
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