But for just £650, they might leave their worries behind, and revel in a blissful 28 days relaxing on a sunny beachfront in Egypt – with all food, drinks (including alcohol), and snacks included in the worth.
The Stella Gardens Resort, in Hurghada, Egypt, boasts a free spa and gym, world-renowned cuisine, complimentary Wi-Fi and TV streaming services, and 6 swimming pools – in case guests get bored with lounging on the private beach.
And with the typical winter temperatures sitting at around 20°C, it’s no wonder nearly half of Brits are considering the escape this winter to avoid heating bill hikes.
The unmissable holiday offer, from great-value provider easyJet, comes as a poll of two,000 Brits revealed that 40 percent have already searched online for reasonable foreign winter getaways, to avoid cost-of-living woes.
But nearly a 3rd do not know of the deals which are on the market – with 28 percent of respondents under the impression that a month-long holiday for a family of 4 would are available in at twice their usual living costs.
The newest ONS figures show that average British household costs are set to top £2,225 monthly.
That features over £1,000 on accommodation, £175 on gas and electricity, and £368 on food – when split into average costs per person.
But easyJet’s recent luxury break blows that out of the water – making for a superb deal for the 47 percent of Brits seriously considering leaving the country to flee the cost-of-living crisis.
And private finance expert and writer, Lynn Beattie, founding father of Mrs Mummypenny, reviewed the associated fee comparison data.
Lynn, an ACMA management accountant, said: “The information collected on this study is incredibly insightful, showing just how much the typical household within the UK will spend on probably the most basic of living expenses.
“While escaping abroad doesn’t make all our financial commitments disappear, it’s startling to know that like for like, it’s cheaper to purchase an all-inclusive holiday than stay within the UK this winter.
“For consumers who could viably sublet/Airbnb their homes and work abroad, the brand new package deal by easyJet holidays poses a really attractive offer.”
Matt Callaghan, easyJet holidays’ customer and operations director, added: “With a growing variety of Brits now searching online to see in the event that they can escape abroad this winter, we knew we wanted to try to supply consumers with an answer.
“We checked out all the things an easyJet holidays package deal has to supply, and have been able to substantiate that yes, comparably, our recent 28-day winter escape is cheaper than staying at home this 12 months.”
The package goes on sale today starting at £650pp for 28 days, and may be booked via easyJet.com.