How to get your money back after your holiday has been cancelled

We all look forward to going on holiday. Most people work very hard and are unable to spend as much time as they would like with their families. Often, their holiday is the only chance they get to relax and re-connect.

So, when the travel firm they have booked with goes bust, it is understandable that people feel upset. Most families live on quite tight budgets, so unless they get a full refund, they cannot afford to book another one. Should you ever find yourself in that or a similar situation, do not worry. If you click here you can find out how to claim a full refund.

It does not matter why your holiday has been cancelled, usually, you can still get a refund. But, to do so successfully you do need to take the right steps at the right time. 

If you want to know how to get started, this helpful infographic will enable you to quickly work out what to do first. It explains when to use a scheme like ABTA or ATOL and when to turn to your travel insurance first. 

Of course, we hope that you will never experience a holiday cancellation. But, if you do, at least you now know how to get your money back so that you can enjoy a break, at another time of the year. Who knows, you may end up going somewhere new and discover that it is even better than where you were originally planning to spend your holiday.