Now You Can Book Ski Holidays for the Winter After Next, Today

Now You Can Book Ski Holidays for the Winter After Next, Today

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Now You Can Book Ski Holidays for the Winter After Next, Today

J2SkiNews posted 07-Nov

In these uncertain times we are apparently wanting to secure our futures as far ahead as possible, so it's probably good news that you can now book a ski holiday departing in a little over 18 months' time in April, 2021.

The UK's largest operator, Crystal Ski holidays, have put their ski holidays on sale for the winter after next (2020/21) today, more than a month before departures actually start on packages for the upcoming 2019/20 winter.

It's Crystal's earliest ever date for putting ski holidays on sale. In recent years the date had kept getting earlier and had made it to early December, just before the start of the 'current' season for package holiday departures.

Crystal's winter 2020/21 programme features a wide offering of accommodation, ranging from half-board hotels to self-catering apartments and chalets in over 120 resorts across 13 countries in Europe and North America. Season dates are 12 December 2020 until 17 April 2021.

Departures operate from more than 20 regional airports and two international train stations, so customers have flexibility when booking their ski holiday. All holidays include flights, transfers and accommodation, as well as the option to add lift passes, equipment and ski school, so everything is ready and customers can arrive and enjoy the slopes.

Very, very early booking offers include a low deposit of £100 per person, and families booking their ski holiday can also save £50 off childcare.
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