Last chance to grab early booking offers

28th July 2016, by Abi Butcher

Stop worrying about Brexit, says Stanford Skiing, and book a ski trip to Megève

Stop worrying about Brexit, says Stanford Skiing, and book a ski trip to Megève

Early booking offers on ski holidays across Europe and North America are running out soon.

While skiers are worrying about the cost of Brexit, tour operators are offering a mass of incentives to ensure people can still go skiing. But they won’t last forever — several deals and price freezes expire on Sunday (31 July), while others last through August but they won’t stay forever!

Le Ski’s offer of free lift passes over Christmas holidays (worth €275) and free childcare will expire at the end of this month, so book before the weekend’s out to secure your place in Courchevel, La Tania or Val d’Isère.

Inghams and Ski Total have frozen prices on next year’s ski holidays — but for a limited time only. Check out their latest bargains here.

Stanford Skiing is offering last year’s brochure prices on week-long ski holidays in Megève as well as weekends and short ski breaks. The company is also holding its pre-Brexit exchange rate at €1.28 for lift passes so you can book your holiday with confidence knowing that you will save money.

The exchange rate has been wobbly across the board, but before the end of August, Ski Independence is offering up to 55% off holidays across resorts in British Columbia, Canada, with massive savings on lift tickets, equipment rental and lessons, as well as flights and accommodation.

For all of these, and many more, visit our BARGAINS page.

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