There's no such thing as a bad time to be thinking about your next ski holiday.
Here are some great reasons why you should consider booking your next ski holiday now, including huge savings and a lot more availability.
- Childcare availability
- Bigger choice of ski lessons
- Discounts on flights
- Cheaper transfers
- Ski hire deals
- Savings for Christmas and New Year
- Early-bird ski passes
- Special offers
With school holidays being the most popular times for families to come skiing, it's important to book any childcare well in advance. Places can often be limited and if you've got children of different ages you may find looking for different types of childcare tricky, so book ahead to avoid disappointment. Lots of families book for the next season when their holiday this year has just finished, so join in with this way of thinking and you shouldn't miss out on getting a place.
With early booking definitely being the way forward, many budget airlines and holiday providers start to sell their flights and holidays well in advance these days. Airlines offer huge savings on flights booked for the winter ahead. Use our flight finder to search for the best deals.
Most ski hire companies offer huge savings for online bookings and, although most of them close down their booking systems over the summer, you might find that some of them offer even more of a reduction if you book in advance.
You might not be able to book now but it's worth taking a look, otherwise, put a note in your diary for the end of November or beginning of December to get the best deals.
Savings for Christmas & New Year
Special offers for the Christmas and New Year holidays are available throughout the summer. Book early to make some great savings on accommodation. All you need to decide next is whether you'd like catered or self-catered...and what presents to bring.
Some companies start to share their special offers for winter during the summer, so keep an eye out. Gather your family or friends together and start planning your next ski holiday...next winter really isn't that far away.