Saturday September 19, 2020

Sun, sea, sand and savings

The slowing economy, income levies, pay cuts and continuing job losses have all tightened Irish holidaymakers’ purse strings, and many people are debating the merits of holidaying at home or abroad - or at all - this summer.

4th July, 2009

The slowing economy, income levies, pay cuts and continuing job losses have all tightened Irish holidaymakers’ purse strings, and many people are debating the merits of holidaying at home or abroad - or at all - this summer.

All the indicators are that, in a bid to save money, Irish people are holidaying less, booking later and spending less on the holidays they do take.

The industry - those selling domestic and foreign breaks...

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