A holiday can be a large expense, so why not remove the headache and spread the cost of your holiday? 
You work hard and long hours, so let me help plan your holiday, and pay for it with monthly payments at 0% interest. 
Relax, Spread The Cost 
A BETTER way to pay for your holiday!  
My new direct debit payment service means your dream holiday has never been so affordable. With our easy direct debit payment option. 
Paying via direct debit has many benefits compared to other payment methods.  
As well as being hassle-free, it gives you the opportunity to lock down that perfect deal without the obligation to pay the full balance in one go. Here’s how it can benefit you… 
1. Breakdown the cost 
Setting up a direct debit to pay for your holiday allows you to pay for it in smaller chunks, making it more affordable for you. Plus, you won’t miss out on those fantastic deals because you can’t afford it right away. 
2. No missed payments or risk of cancellation 
When you set up a direct debit, we will automatically collect the amount agreed on the same date each month, so you don’t have to worry about missing any payments. 
3. Pay up to six weeks before departure 
In all other cases, you are required to pay the full balance of your holiday 14 weeks before departure. With a direct debit, the full balance is due six weeks before departure, giving you longer to pay off your holiday. 
4. No hidden fees or extra costs 
The direct debit service doesn’t incur any extra charges unlike other payment methods such as credit card, so you know exactly what you’re paying for. 
5. You’re in control 
By setting up a direct debit to pay for your holiday, you’ll be able to choose the number of instalments you wish to make, and you can always clear your balance at any time before the six weeks should you wish to. 
So what are you waiting for? Call or e-mail me today about paying via direct debit for an easier booking experience. 
Call: 01234 581066 
E-mail: marco.williams@notjusttravel.com 
WhatsApp: 07486671475 
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