You can save on your holiday with KidStart

The easing of lockdown restrictions has been announced and the news that there’s a chance that families in England will be able to go on holiday this year has got many looking at booking a family getaway.

We’ve been reading a lot about how travel companies are planning on keeping their customers safe so if you’re ready to start planning a holiday for this year or next, whether you’re thinking a staycation or heading abroad, we wanted to remind you that you can save for your children with KidStart on every part of your holiday.


Travel Travel Travel – you’ve decided on your location and now you need to plan getting there. You can earn up to 3% when booking flights, up to 6% back on ferry and train travel and up to 20% on car hire. Don’t forget airport parking too!


Hotel, cottage or apartment? – time to book your home away from home for your getaway. If you’re thinking of exploring the UK, there’s some beautiful cottages available on HomeAway, you can filter to dog friendly if you want to take your furry family members too. Heading further afield? Check out and get 3% back.


Make sure you’re covered – it’s never been more important to make sure you’ve got holiday insurance to cover your trip, even if you’re staying in the UK. You can get great deals on family insurance so it’s something to prioritise. On KidStart there’s a range of providers you can compare, and get up to 19% back on.


Holiday essentials not to forget – top of the list is probably suncream, we like Organii which is safe for all of the family from babies to adults, it’s also eco-friendly and free of lots of nasty stuff, you can purchase some from Planet Organic. For travel size toiletries, hand sanitiser and first aid kit supplies you can earn money back with Boots and Superdrug.

Wearing face masks to help stop the spread of coronavirus is important and now compulsory if using public transport in the UK. If you haven’t bought or made one yet, check out this article which features a range of retailers selling reusable masks, many of these donate proceeds to charities. If you want to support a smaller business we can recommend @locololoandco, which was launched by a bored grandfather during the pandemic who wanted to help create PPE. They use amazing fabrics and select a different charity each month to donate proceeds to.


Happy saving!

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