Earlier this year before Covid19 came along, TUI and First Choice were offering no deposit package holidays.
Unfortunately this was changed due to the pandemic, meaning TUI, Skytours and First Choice are now offering low deposit holidays, no longer offering no deposit holidays.
Other companies in the past that have offered no deposit holidays by direct debit were the Thomas Cook group, which included Thomas Cook, Airtours and Manos branded package holidays. Unfortunately Thomas Cook in UK ceased trading in September of 2019.
The offer with Thomas Cook applied to selected Thomas Cook, Airtours and Manos branded package holidays, on holidays booked 14 weeks or more before the departure. Families were spoiled for choice with a wide range of holidays included in the deal, across the brand’s Casa Cook, Sunprime, Sunwing, SENTIDO, SunConnect and smartline hotels.
TUI low deposit holidays 2021
Low Deposit Holidays
We’ve created our low deposit scheme so you can spread the cost of your holiday and bag a great deal – even if you don’t have the money at the time. Find your perfect break, and book it straight away with a partial deposit. Your booking will be completely secure, and the rest of your deposit won’t be due until 12 weeks later.
Spread the cost of your Holiday by paying by Direct Debit
We know it can sometimes be hard to budget for your holiday, so we’re making it easier for you. With our Direct Debit payments, you can secure your holiday with a small deposit and then spread the rest of cost over a few months. You can now also choose our zero deposit offer, which means you’ll be able to book your dream holiday for summer 2019 without having to pay a penny up front. Also, as long as you make the instalment payments you won’t pay any extra charges or fees^. Payments are covered by the Direct Debit guarantee.
It’s the first offer of its kind to be introduced by a tour operator, and follows on from the company’s direct debit payment plan which launched in January 2016.
Direct Debit Booking Terms and Conditions