Brits haggle over holiday prices
Best hagglers come from the South West of England
By TravelMole on 29 July 2009 in News
Savvy Brits haggle hard over holiday prices and refuse to accept the first quote they get, according to a survey by Visa Europe.
Around 25% of us will continue to negotiate until we get the deal we want for our holidays and only 11% accept the first price given.
Some 60% of those will make the holiday beach-based. And despite the recession, one in five say they plan to take more holidays than they did last year with the average holiday between 11 and 14 days.
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