Best Low Deposit Holiday Deals

Take the pressure off by booking a holiday with a low deposit starting at only £50 per person. We’ve searched the web to find you the best low deposit holiday deals.

We include quick links to all the cheap low deposit and pay monthly holidays and go through each one in detail. We also cover the benefits and common questions. Also check out our guide to all the best free child places.

 On The Beach

  • From £50 per person
  • Remaining deposit due 31 days after your booking.
  • Final payment two weeks before you fly.
  • Be aware there is a £4.95 charge for each payment made via the deposit scheme.
Browse On The Beach low deposit holidays



  • From £50 per person. Starting deposit will vary on short/mid haul, long haul, skytours, lakes & mountain holidays and cruises.
  • Remaining deposit due 8 weeks after your booking.
Browse TUI low deposit holidays

Love Holidays

  • From £49 per person.
  • Final payment 14 days before departure.
  • Option to spread the cost of your holiday with interest free monthly payments from just £25 per month.
Browse Love Holidays low deposit holidays


Jet2 Holidays

  • From £60 per person.
  • Final payment 10 weeks before departure.
Browse Jet2 low deposit holidays


First Choice

  • From £50 per person
  • Remaining deposit due 8 weeks after your booking.
Browse First Choice low deposit holidays


easyJet Holidays

  • From £60 per person
  • Remaining balance paid 45 days before depature
Browse easyJet low deposit holidays

Holiday Gems

  • On accommodation only bookings, deposits start from £1pp and on flight and hotel holidays, from just £25pp*.
  • Final payment 14 days before departure.
Browse Holiday Gems low deposit holidays

Teletext Holidays

  • From £49 per person
  • Pay the remaining deposit 28 days after booking
  • Pay the remaining amount 12 weeks before your departure
Browse Teletext low deposit holidays

Haven Holidays

  • From £60 per person
  • Final balance due within 10 weeks of arrival
Browse Haven low deposit holidays


  • From £60 per person
  • Pay balance two weeks before you fly
  • £1 hotel deposits
Browse Sunshine low deposit holidays


  • Pay 20% deposit
  • For booking requests made more than 40 days before travel you can confirm your booking by paying 20% deposit on the same day
  • Remaining balance of 80% up to 30 days before departure

Browse lastminute.com low deposit holidays

Broadway Travel

  • From only £49 per person
  • Broadway Travel don’t specify on their website when the full payment is due by.
Browse Broadway Travel low deposit holidays


  • From £150 per person
  • Full payment required 10 weeks before departure.
Browse Beaches Resorts low deposit holidays

Benefits of a low deposit holiday

1. Book now pay later
Low deposit holidays allow you to secure the trip without paying the money upfront. As you’ve paid a deposit it means the balance will be that bit less.

2. Time to save
Depending how close your holiday is putting down a deposit will give you time to save and pay monthly.

3. Easier planning
Going on a family holiday involves a lot of work; arranging time off, sorting passports, organising pet care, planning your holiday itself – by booking a date well in advance gives you more breathing room to get everything in place.

4. Fixed price
We all know flight and hotel prices can vary greatly – by booking ahead with a deposit your price is secured and often much lower, as it’s booked in advance.

Common questions

Q: I paid a low deposit when I booked my holiday. I now want to cancel, what can I do?

A: The travel company’s booking conditions will set out the cancellation terms. Normally you’ll be required to pay the full deposit and then forfeit this amount.

Do ensure you always read the terms and conditions before booking your low deposit holiday.

Q: Am I saving money with low deposit holidays?

You are still paying the full price of the holiday whether you pay all upfront or installments. For example, if you see an offer whereby there is a reduction in the deposit (for example, a deposit of £75 instead of £175, you still need to make up the £100 difference within a number of weeks of booking. And if you do cancel, the full deposit of £175 is due. However, a low deposit holiday will fix the overall amount – for example, if you didn’t book it / pay later the price might have gone up by the time you decide to pay it all in one go.

We hope this guide will help when you look for low deposit holidays.

You can also look at our guide to all the free child places.


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