The end of the year is one of the busiest travel periods as people take off on vacation to visit family, friends, or explore a new destination.
An end-of-the-year vacation, preferably somewhere warm and sunny, can help you unwind and relax from a busy year. The more you travel, the more you realize just how special it is to be able to do it on a regular basis.
Unfortunately, now and again, things do not go to plan. Floods, tornados, and storms can all wash away accommodation. Travel firms and budget airlines go bust; flights get canceled for all sorts of reasons.
When that happens, your vacation can end up canceled, leaving you stuck at home and out of pocket meaningful amounts of money. However, it need not be that way, as you will see.
Recently, I got sent this fantastic ”how to get your money back after a holiday cancelation” infographic from Creditfix. Using the information it contains should enable you to get most, if not all, of your money back so that you can book a…