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Hello everyone! Despite the uncertainty about the future of America, the Mrs and I would like to take a trip to either Las Vegas and/or Florida next year, preferably after July. Does anyone know…
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2m, 17h agoPosted 2 months, 17 hours ago
Hello everyone!

Despite the uncertainty about the future of America, the Mrs and I would like to take a trip to either Las Vegas and/or Florida next year, preferably after July.
Does anyone know or recommend any websites where we can pay monthly for the holiday itself as spreading such an expense will be easier.

Amy help would be amazing.

Merry Christmas!
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2m, 17h agoPosted 2 months, 17 hours ago
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#1
Thomas cook do direct debits I think
#2
hmmm

spreading the cost is an idea but why give it to a company ? supposing they go bust you won't have any real protection as you haven't paid by credit card or actually bought a holiday to get the ABTA cover either. you would be at the bottom of their creditors after taxman etc.

better to invest it and withdraw when you want to actually pay for the holiday.
#3
jonnithomas
hmmm
spreading the cost is an idea but why give it to a company ? supposing they go bust you won't have any real protection as you haven't paid by credit card or actually bought a holiday to get the ABTA cover either. you would be at the bottom of their creditors after taxman etc.
better to invest it and withdraw when you want to actually pay for the holiday.
Or take that idea a bit further and run with it and get an interest free credit card .
#4
Why not save up first? And why would the 'Uncertainty about the future of America' (whatever that means) have any consideration in whether you want to go on a 2 week holiday to the most advanced country on earth?
#5
wakeywarrior
Why not save up first? And why would the 'Uncertainty about the future of America' (whatever that means) have any consideration in whether you want to go on a 2 week holiday to the most advanced country on earth?
Donald Trump is going to ban all Muslims and build a stonking great wall remember. Maybe FrenchMeister is from an ethnic minority. Come on man, think before you post near racist comments. (_;)
#6
I'm off to the states next year. Booked flights with BA direct. Paying off a bit each month. Booking hotels separately. Worked out about half the price of booking through Thomson, which is what I've always done until this time.
#7
wakeywarrior
Why not save up first? And why would the 'Uncertainty about the future of America' (whatever that means) have any consideration in whether you want to go on a 2 week holiday to the most advanced country on earth?

I'm asking the questions around here... :-)
#8
getmeone
wakeywarrior
Why not save up first? And why would the 'Uncertainty about the future of America' (whatever that means) have any consideration in whether you want to go on a 2 week holiday to the most advanced country on earth?
Donald Trump is going to ban all Muslims and build a stonking great wall remember. Maybe FrenchMeister is from an ethnic minority. Come on man, think before you post near racist comments. (_;)
Racist comments? You are a fool.
#9
I always buy my plane tickets on sky scanner and pay for the holiday monthly using alpha rooms or travel republic, they are protected. I use them everytime I fly to America.
#10
Sorry but I'm not called Amy but I will try to help. If you have a mortgage maybe you could borrow a bit more against the property as the interest rates are so much lower?
#11
I do not know of any but just remember to apply for your Visa waiver before you fly.

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