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    I wondered if anyone had any killer tips for going somewhere warm on a student budget.
    Me and my boyfriend would like to go away in June, we're both students but wondered if there are any specific deal sites that have worked for anyone before?
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    (Original post by melodykat0)
    I wondered if anyone had any killer tips for going somewhere warm on a student budget.
    Me and my boyfriend would like to go away in June, we're both students but wondered if there are any specific deal sites that have worked for anyone before?
    me and my boyfriend went away last july, it cost £750 to turkey self catering via sunmasters.com. my mum swears by this site! but bear in mind we did spent a lot whilst out there because were the adventuring type! all in all the whole thing cost around £1500 for 2 weeks
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    If your budget is low then staying in the UK is viable
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    Check out Groupon or Wowcher. They have really good travel deals!!!
    It's really cheap and affordable. I think there's package holidays for places like Venice or even Marrakech for 4 nights for an amazing £150. The European holidays are package hokidays - flight, hotel, and food..
    It's worth checking it out.

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    It depends how low your budget is, If you stay in Europe flights will be your cheapest expense as budget airlines such as ryanair and easyjet can have incredibly cheap return flights. The biggest expense you have to factor in is hotels, so you may want to research into hotels or bed and breakfast in the area you want to visit that may have deals on. Some places have deals like 6 nights for the price of 3 which can really save you quite a bit of money. And remember, no point spending more money on a slightly nicer hotel room if you're not even going to be spending much time in it, you're going to want to be out exploring most of the time not sat in your hotel room admiring the décor!
 
 
 

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