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Martin Lewis explains trick to save £200 on your holiday – even if you’ve already booked

With the summer well and truly here, many Brits may be planning to head off for a much needed holiday. But with the cost of living on the rise, it’s also a time when people up and down the country are looking for ways to reduce their spending where possible. Fortunately, money expert Martin Lewis has revealed how holidaymakers can save £200 on their holiday - even after it’s been booked.

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