Going on holiday in the summer is always going to be costly. But money saving expert Martin Lewis has revealed his top tips to help you save your cash where possible when travelling. He also has helpful advice on insurance, car hire, phone bills and keeping your children safe when you jet off on holiday. Here we've picked out 20 of his best tips: 1) Use the right cheap flight-finding site Don't go direct to an airline – use the price comparison sites below to get lots of data in a very short time. Kayak* lets you filter flights by baggage allowance, so you can compare costs more accurately. Use Skyscanner for the cheapest time to fly. It gives you fare options spread over a month to find exactly when is cheapest. It has particularly strong coverage of budget flights, searching over 1,200 airlines and travel sites in total. Momondo for its flight data information. It is a nifty tool that tells you the cheapest and most expensive dates around your flight, as well as … [Read more...] about Martin Lewis’ top travelling hacks you need to know this summer
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Motoring by Press Association 10/06/2019, 1:49 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Summer is here, and that means it’s the time of year many of us will be flocking to exotic locations such as Madrid, Zagreb and Torquay. No matter where you’re heading off to this year though, the fact you’re reading this suggests there’s a good chance you’re thinking about hiring a car for your trip. Though a simple process usually, it can be a little bit of a daunting experience for newcomers — and so, we’ve put together a guide on what to know when hiring a car. First of all, should I hire a car? If you’re staying in a major city and don’t plan to venture further out, you can probably get away with sticking to public transport links. For those wanting a little more adventure on their travels though, hiring a car enables that — it’s worth keeping the extra cost in mind. How do I hire a car? … [Read more...] about I’m renting a car for my holiday — what do I need to know?
While some may be spending the first May bank holiday of the year feeling slightly worse for wear, other will be getting ready to brave the shops. IKEA is often the go-to store during a bank holiday so for anyone thinking of taking a trip there today we, together with the help of the team from moneysavingexpert.com , have rounded-up tips and tricks that will help. They include little known facts such as being able to get someone to help you with the flat pack and how flexible its returns policy is. 1. You don't always need to struggle to get the things in the car Yes IKEA does offer a delivery service, although many customers still don't realise this. You can arrange to get items you pick up in store delivered by asking the customer service centre 2. Never worry again if you lose (or break) a part You can actually get spare parts sent out to you. And, it is simple to do too - you need to fill out a spare parts request form here . If you no longer have the assembly … [Read more...] about 20 things you need to know before a Bank Holiday trip to Ikea
Carly Champaco-Munoz Pacific Daily News Published 4:30 AM EDT Apr 18, 2019 Poll: Vibe Fest Do you plan to attend Vibe Fest at Ypao? Poll closes at 3 p.m. April 19, 2019. What's open, closed for Good Friday Pacific Daily News: Open Federal government: Open Post Office: Open Government of Guam: Open UOG/GCC: Open Banks: Open Bank Pacific: Adjusted hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and resume regular business hours on Saturday, April 20. Mass Transit: Open Stores: Open Closed: Calvo's Insurance will be closed in observance Good Friday and resume regular business hours on Saturday, April 20. Residents encouraged to join Good Friday trek Hundreds of Catholics will make the journey up Mount Jumullong Manglo in Umatac for the annual Good Friday trek. The Cruz family will leave the Mongmong Catholic Church by 6 a.m. Friday and arrive at the mountain by 6:45 a.m. Anyone who is willing to help carry the cross up the mountain is encouraged to do so. Read the … [Read more...] about What you need to know for Good Friday and the weekend
Britain is seeking to find a way out of its Brexit impasse, with both Theresa May’s deal with the EU and rival plans facing stiff opposition in parliament. The crisis is reaching a crunch, as the British prime minister prepares to take her agreement to the House of Commons for a potentially decisive vote on Friday, even though she has not yet won enough support to get the agreement through. Unless it agrees the deal, the UK faces choosing between a long delay, involving taking part in European Parliament elections; leaving the bloc without a deal; or revoking Brexit altogether. The country’s course for future decades could therefore be set in the next few days. Here the Financial Times provides answers to the big questions about Brexit and what happens next. What is the latest Brexit news? Mrs May will make another attempt on Friday to rescue her Brexit strategy to approve her EU divorce deal in spite of widespread opposition. After two overwhelming House of … [Read more...] about Brexit countdown: what happens next and what you need to know