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Irish know how to bag a holiday bargain

22nd June, 2014
Paul Kenny, the Pensions Ombudsman. Picture: Maura Hickey

Irish know how to bag a holiday bargain

Irish holidaymakers are ahead of the curve when it comes to nabbing holiday bargains, according to a new survey from Expedia.

The survey revealed that Irish tourists are the most likely in Europe to purchase tickets for attractions in advance, and are also among the Europeans most likely to book an international holiday based on getting the best value for local currency.

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