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My friends and i have just booked a holiday with first choice for september next year, but we need to cancel it because 3 out of the 6 of us can't go anymore.

We need to pay a deposit of 130 pounds each before february.

At the moment only the person who signed for the holiday is 18 (we are all 17) and she was not asked to prove her age.

Is there any way we can cancel without paying the whole sum?

 

Thanks!

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Hey!

 

My friends and i have just booked a holiday with first choice for september next year, but we need to cancel it because 3 out of the 6 of us can't go anymore.

We need to pay a deposit of 130 pounds each before february.

At the moment only the person who signed for the holiday is 18 (we are all 17) and she was not asked to prove her age.

Is there any way we can cancel without paying the whole sum?

 

Thanks!

 

I think that you will still have the deposit to pay even if you are cancelling, my son is in the same position will have paid £120.00 out for nothing.. as he & a friend booked a holiday then the friend said he wasn't going as he couldn't afford it...

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