STA Travel Hints & Tips
Get a little adventure in your life with STA Travel, and to keep the cost of your getaway down, we’ve put together a few top tips to save you a few quid on your travels:
- Your first destination should be the STA Travel deals section, where you’ll find the latest discounted holidays and save yourself a tidy sum on your getaway.
- Signing up for the STA Travel newsletter is a great way to make sure you’re among the first to know when new holiday offers go live, so pop in your email and start saving.
- Be in-the-know by checking out STA Travel on social media. There’s a ton of inspiration on where to go, and they’ll highlight some incredible savings here too.
Is Sta Travel just for students?Absolutely not. Sta Travel pride themselves on providing top experiences for anyone with a passion for adventure travel. Their trips are open to anybody who wants to explore all corners of the globe.
How can I get a Sta Travel discount code?The easiest way to grab a Sta Travel code is to check in with MyVoucherCodes before you book your seat. Our team collects the best deals available to save you money on your next trip. You might even find an exclusive code for a saving you won’t find anywhere else.
Can I get a Sta Travel student discount?The student discount at Sta isn’t done in the usual way. Instead of a set discount figure, students can take advantage of exclusive student and young person deals on tickets around the world. This way you’ll find the best deals on trips that pack in the experiences you’re looking for.
Can I get a deal on Sta Travel Insurance?Yes, you’ll regularly find voucher codes for a great deal on your essential travel insurance on MyVoucherCodes. These come and go, so it’s best to check back regularly before you fly and make sure you’re getting the most value you can.
What Else Does STA Travel Offer?
If you're looking to give something back to the world while enjoying the trip of a lifetime, check out STA Travel's Volunteering Programmes.
With the chance to help out at a Thai elephant conservation park, work with children in Nepal or protect plants in the Galapagos Islands, there are plenty of opportunities to discover. And it won't look half bad on your university applications either!