Travelodge survey ‘confirms’ late booking trend

Travelodge survey ‘confirms’ late booking trend

A third of Britons will not book their main summer holiday until June at the earliest, according to a new survey. Data from Travelodge has revealed that 41% of Brits are still feeling the pinch this year but a quarter were willing to sell items on eBay to ensure they go on holiday. In addition, a fifth of adults were making cutbacks at home such as spending less on consumer goods or eating out less to pay for travel. “It has been a tough year for many British adults with rising household costs and Government cutbacks but our research shows that cash strapped Britons are clinging onto their annual holiday; in order to add some cheer into their lives,” said a Travelodge spokeperson. Meanwhile, its study has found that the British tourism industry will be boosted by

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