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Suitcases, holdalls, backpacks and wheelie cases are vital to ensuring we travel in comfort, allowing us to safely transport all the holiday essentials such as clothing, toiletries and, of course, all of that duty free on the return journey. Often, the size, style and weight of the bag or case will have implications on the cost of travel - airline baggage charges for instance. Before you make your purchase make sure your luggage is the correct dimensions, otherwise you may have to pay for an extra airline baggage allowance. It's worth noting that there are a number of alternatives to adding your suitcases to the hold, such as booking your bags on a separate freight service - this may work out much cheaper.
Also, the type of holiday may dictate the type of kit and equipment you need - you wouldn't want to take a wheelie case on a trek through a jungle, nor a rucksack on a business trip. Also, it's important to ensure your luggage is covered on your travel insurance - some providers offer specialist packages to make sure your belongings are protected.
If you need to upgrade your travel bags look no further than the deals, vouchers and sales listed at the top of this page. But, if you want to see the type of offer you can expect to find first, here are some past promotions.
If you're looking for cases but not yet booked your travel, perhaps that should be your next task. There's no need to go to a travel compassion site. Make MyVoucherCodes your one stop travel stop - we've got all the latest deals direct from the providers. Plus voucher codes for a few of the booking websites
What is a Baggage Allowance and how much will it Cost?
Many budget airlines, plus an increasing amount of some of the luxury liners, will charge you an extra fee to place your luggage in the baggage hold. If you're going on a long trip there may be no way around it, I'm afraid. Beware of being offered cheap flights, often the baggage charge is added to your basket so remember to factor these costs in. For shorter journeys you may be able to get away with taking just cabin bags, which for most airlines in free, or cheaper at least. Again, check these details before you complete your order.