NEWCASTLE, England, June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The Great British Holiday Report reveals our vacation habits
Our holidays might be the highlight of our year, when we enjoy a few precious weeks away from the pressures of our lives at home. Yet for many people, the excitement starts long before we actually arrive at our destination.
The planning and preparation for our travels is enough to put Brits in a good mood according to new findings from the Great British Holiday Report commissioned by Teletext Holidays. People in Newcastle get the most excited when booking a holiday, with nearly one in three saying this is the most exciting point in the experience.
Yet, 23% of Geordies feel they have been ripped off when booking a holiday. Families are particularly budget conscious and feel more cheated than others. "Value for money is really important to our customers, this is why we recently launched our campaign Best Holidays …Best Prices, which ensures the prices you see on our website are the best prices available from the suppliers we work with." Amy Patel, Teletext Holidays.
The Report, commissioned by Teletext Holidays showed that when travelling overseas, the most popular countries for Georgies are:
The research for Teletext Holidays was carried out online by Opinion Matters between : 07 / 06 / 2013 and 11 / 06 / 2013 amongst a panel resulting in 1775 UK adults. All research conducted adheres to the MRS Codes of Conduct (2010) in the UK and ICC/ESOMAR World Research Guidelines. Opinion Matters is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office and is fully compliant with the Data Protection Act (1998).
About Teletext Holidays:
At http://www.teletextholidays.co.uk people can search and compare prices from thousands of holiday offers to multiple destinations, including packages, cruises and villa deals from the UK's leading travel companies. Teletextholidays.co.uk had more than 19 million unique users in 2012.
Teletext Holidays is a subsidiary of Teletext Holdings Ltd, a joint partnership between Daily Mail General Trust (DMGT) and the company management team. DMGT is the parent company of media titles such as the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Metro.
For further information or for a copy of the full report please contact:
Amy Patel at email@example.com