If you know when you want to take your vacation but still need to do some saving, our book now, pay later option is your solution. We’ll help you lock-in today’s great rates with only a down payment.
Reserve Your Vacation For As Little As $50
We Give You Two Great Options to Book Now and Pay Later
Standard Deposit Policy
$50 down on hotel only vacations1
$150 down on charter or value flight vacations1
Hotel deposit + 100% of air on standard air and hotel vacations
Low Deposit Policy
$0 down on hotel only vacations
$100 down on charter or value flight vacations
$200 down on all other air and hotel vacations
Just pay the cost of the all-in-one travel protection2
Here’s How You Take Advantage
Make your vacation reservation more than 8 weeks in advance and the deposit option will appear on your quoted itinerary.
Deposits include a portion of both your air and hotel costs, the full cost of any add-ons, and whether or not you’ve added all-in-one travel protection.
The Finer Details
Deposit options may not be available if the minimum deposit rules cover your full air and hotel costs, or you are traveling during a holiday or convention period that require full payment at time of booking
Reservations are still subject to all change or cancellation penalties outlined in the terms and conditions, as well as any supplier penalties should you wish to change or cancel your vacation. Adding all-in-one travel protection to your vacation may lower or eliminate these penalties.
More rules will apply. Higher deposits may apply for published/Pegasus hotels.
Low deposit policy is only available with all-in-one travel protection. This benefit is not included for published air only or contracted groups.
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Travel Alerts & Advisories
Earthquake Strikes Osaka: Disrupts Travel in Japan
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Japan at approximately 8:00 a.m. local time Jun 18, 2018. The earthquake struck north of Osaka and affected large parts of western Japan, including Kyoto, ABC News reports. The earthquake poses no tsunami risk.
According to the latest update from the Japan National Tourism Organization, there are still flight delays and cancellations to and from Osaka International Airport, but all highways in the Kansai region are passable and ferries are “mostly” on schedule.