How much did the summer holiday cost?

Published: 4 September 2019

With summer holidays being a distant memory, how much did you spend if you have children or grandchildren? Your Money reports “These costs have increased by 25 per cent since 2014, according to a study by Post Office Money. Parents plan to get out and about to keep their children amused, the survey revealed.
When asked what will top their list of expenses, 42 per cent said entrance to attractions such as theme parks, 34 per cent said eating out, and 24 per cent said holidays abroad. In addition to these costs, the average parent will spend £137 on fuel, £108 on childcare and £73 treating their children’s’ friends – potentially pushing the total summer spend to £942.”
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