Avoid peak times
As with most holidays, peak times cost more at ski resorts. February half-term, December and New Year’s Eve can cost almost double the amount of off-peak times, while the slopes will likely be much busier.
To beat those queues for the ski lift, and save a lot of money on the price of your stay, we’d recommend looking at a ski holiday in January, the end of March or the end of April. Most people will be at work or school by then, while the snow will still be around in abundance.
We offer a 50% discount on your holiday if more than half the pistes are closed due to a lack of snow, but with state of the art snow cannons at most of our resorts, you can rest assured of a great time.
Go all inclusive
Want to save even more money? One of our all-inclusive ski holidays could be just the thing for you.
With flights, transfers, ski and snowboard lessons, ski lift passes, entertainment, childcare, activities, hotels, food and drink (and even more) all included, once you’ve paid for your holiday you won’t have to pay for anything else.
Full of fun for families and groups of friends, an all-inclusive ski break is the ideal way to enjoy more for less.
Be open to somewhere new
To truly save on a last minute ski deal, you need to look further afield. The most popular ski resorts will be snapped up quickly, so it’s worth exploring some of our lesser-known locations for a great value holiday and a brand new adventure.
Don’t hold out for one specific location - be open to new ideas and we’re sure you’ll find a place you love, a price you’ll adore and a ski holiday you’ll never forget.