Purchase your wanted currency at your country of stay Most of us exchange our money before going away, but you could actually save a lot more by changing them on arrival. Avoid airports for exchanging your money as this will cost a small fortune. Especially in European countries, you will often find local shops or currency exchange stores, which usually work out much cheaper than exchanging from home. For some countries this may not be beneficial, so please check this before travelling.
Clear your cookie history when searching flight prices When searching for flights, many of the top airline websites including Virgin Atlantic and BA will save your cookie history data, and prices will increase if you search for the same dates/travel times more than a couple times. By Deleting your cookie history, this will prevent this from happening and save you money.
Make use of compare websites
Websites which compare holiday prices to find you the best deal could save you hundreds on your holiday cost. Websites such as www.travelsupermarket.com will help you do just that. With a little more work from yourself, you can also search individual holiday sites such as Thomas Cook and Virgin Holidays to see if there are any company specific promotions on their sites.
Become a member If you travel with a particular Airline more than most, becoming a club member is a great way to accumulate points which can then be used to knock prices off your fair, or even get upgrades to business or first class flights. Most popular airlines have some form of reward system put in place for frequent flyers, so make sure you become a member next time before booking your next holiday!