Bank Holiday Deals 2024
Mini BreaksBank holidays can be the perfect time for a relaxing getaway or exploring a new city. So, pack your bags, and check out retailers such as Lastminute.com, Red Letter Days, Viator, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, Warner Leisure Hotels, Jet2holidays, and TUI to find your ideal bank holiday getaway.
Days OutMake memories this bank holiday with your nearest and dearest. Whether it’s a trip to the theatre, getting dressed up for a day out at the races, or something a little different like a driving experience, afternoon tea, segway riding, a river cruise, a pottery class or a thrill ride at a theme park, take a look at retailers like BuyaGift, Groupon, Red Letter Days, National Trust, Theatre Tickets Direct, and The Jockey Club.
BBQ SeasonA bank holiday is a fantastic opportunity if you love an excuse to have a family barbecue. Why not treat yourself to some barbecue supplies and transform your garden this bank holiday? Whether it’s a paddling pool for your little ones, outdoor fairy lights for that cosy feel and a firepit for roasting marshmallows, check out B&Q, Argos, Lights4Fun, Tesco, and Sainsbury's for everything you might need.
Garden StaplesWith longer days, warmer temperatures and lighter evenings, bank holidays are best spent outdoors. Get your garden bank holiday-ready by upgrading your outdoor furniture, refreshing your plants, storing your gardening supplies, mowing your lawn, and adding a playhouse that guarantees hours of fun for your little ones. Make sure to take a look at B&Q, Argos, BillyOh, Garden Trading, Gtech, and Suttons.
Home ImprovementsIf your home needs a little TLC, why not spend this bank holiday getting those odd jobs around the house done? Whether it’s purchasing that new coffee table you’ve been eyeing up, giving the fence a lick of paint, or transforming your space with a little inspiration from your Pinterest boards, gather your supplies and get to it. Check out B&Q, Wickes, Wayfair, Dunelm, and John Lewis for all things home.
Bank Holiday Deals Consumer Advice
Bank Holidays are a great time to get together with your family and friends for a delicious barbecue or start spring cleaning and upgrading your indoor and outdoor space. Luckily, retailers know that most of us spend our bank holidays in these ways, and tend to have bank holiday sales so you can get kitted out for your time off, at affordable prices.
A handy tip is to buy your bank holiday supplies when they are at their cheapest. This is generally when UK bank holidays are. For instance, January is the best time to buy furniture, April is ideal for home improvement and DIY supplies, May is good for small kitchen appliances, and August is perfect for outdoor items including barbeques and toys.
For more information, check out our best time to buy calendar where you can find out how you can save money all year round!