Tanzila's Tip: holiday deals with free child places

Updated: Aug 14, 2019



A free holiday for your child? That sounds amazing!


Well, yes it is! I am going to give you some inspirational information in this article, I hope you will love to hear it and feel ‘wow’!


Get ready to enjoy some fun in the sun with your little one(s)…Because here are the holiday operators that offer free child places when you book for adults. Just bear in mind that availability may be limited 😎


First Choice

First Choice’s free child place includes flights, hotel, entertainment and all-inclusive food and drink. One free child place is available per two full-paying adults in each hotel room, apartment or villa. Destinations include Greece, Spain and Turkey.



Jet2holidays

Return flights, check-in baggage, accommodation, coach transfers, and food and drink are all included in Jet2holidays’ whoppingly generous free child places. You could get one if your group has two full-paying adults in a hotel room or villa.



Tui

A free child place with Tui includes flights, hotel, transfers, food and drink. Again, it’s available when you book two full-paying adults places in a hotel room, apartment or villa.


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