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Is an all-inclusive holiday REALLY better value? In some cases, families on all-inclusive European holidays spend up to £1,900 more! Dr Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, ARU Psychologist, weighs in on why... All-inclusive holidaymakers may "go in search of additional items that they can consume to make them feel as if they are having something special".
Travellers spend more on all-inclusives than those on a B&B deal. Why?

A UK study has revealed that holidaymakers are shelling out extra money on bottled water, branded drinks and a la carte dining.