Holidays: Travel brand offers luxury holiday for as little as £3.50 - here's how

Travelling abroad may become a thing of the past as many remain indoors on lockdown to halt the spread of COVID-19. With travellers requesting refunds for their scuppered summer holiday plans, and travel firms reducing their operations, the travel industry looks like it could be heading for a tough couple of years. But now, one travel brand is offering keen holidaymakers the opportunity to win the trip of a lifetime, all for the price of a cup of takeaway coffee.

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Cult Travel is a luxury prize draw where players can win luxury holidays and coronavirus stay-at-home bundles for a very reasonable price.

The monthly prize draw gives budding travellers the chance to win a variety of luxury prizes, from bundles to all-inclusive holidays to bucket list destinations such as Santorini and Mexico.

Purchasing a ticket for the draw is done by choosing your travel companion, selecting your dates and waiting for the prize draw at the end of each month.

The winners are announced on Cult Travel’s Instagram page on the last day of the month at 6pm.

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HolidaysHolidays: How one travel brand is offering a luxury holiday for the price of a coffee amid COVID-19 (Image: Ocean Riviera Paradise Hotel)

HolidaysHolidays: Cult Travel is a luxury prize draw where players can win luxury holidays (Image: Ocean Riviera Paradise Hotel)

This month’s luxury holiday prize is a Junior Suite at Ocean Riviera Paradise Hotel in Cancun, Mexico which includes all inclusive meals and drinks, return flights on chosen dates which are redeemable for up to 18 months after lockdown, and tickets to a guided tour of the Coba Ruins.

The home bundle includes skincare, makeup, haircare and professional makeup artist brushes with over £200.

CEO of Cult Travel Jessica Court spoke exclusively to about her travel brand and how she is managing to offer people the chance to travel to some incredible destinations.

Jessica explained how she began her business at the beginning of the year before the coronavirus pandemic began.

She said: “I started this with my partner back in February right before the coronavirus hit.

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“We’re both avid travellers and we worked in the marketing industry for five years where we realised there was a gap in the market for people wanting to visit luxury destinations and

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