What could be worse than spending a small fortune on a dream holiday only for it to be cancelled at the last minute? Pretty much nothing, that’s what.
Whether it’s down to the untimely demise of the travel company you booked with or even a severe administration error by the tour operator, travel cancelations can and do happen more often than you might think.
But what should you do in this unfortunate case? Well, once you’ve broken the news to everyone else who may have been travelling with you, the priority needs to be getting as much money back as possible.
The options available to you are dictated by the type of trip you had booked, as well as your travel arrangements and how it was booked etc.
But rest assured, even though it will be a bit of a pain in the neck, it’s likely that you are protected by law and you are more than likely entitled to your money back.
This informative infographic takes you through the steps you need to follow to get your money back after your holiday has been cancelled.
Have you ever had a holiday cancelled? Did you manage to get your money back?
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