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Eight people travelling together in two cars on 13 December heading for a week's holiday in the the ski resort of La Clusaz in France, pay pounds 32 per person, including channel crossing. Leisure Direct Ski 0181 324 3030).

A 28-night stay in Limassol, Greece, departs 26 November from Gatwick for pounds 499 half-board including car hire; or 84 nights in Paphos for pounds 1,389, departing 23 November. Odyssey Holidays 0181 343 9090.

Save up to pounds 300 off a luxury Seychelles (above) cruise for a week on 23, 30 November or 21 December, sailing on the 18-cabin Galileo Sunmotor cruiser, cost pounds 1,499 including flights. Seafarer 0171 234 0500.

A seven-night singles' trip for people aged 30-50 departs Gatwick for the Gambia on 28 November, staying half-board from pounds 575 including excursions and entertainment. Solo's Holidays 0181 951 2800.

Two weeks' B&B in Goa, India, costs pounds 359, departing Gatwick on 27 November. Unijet 0990 336336.

Get four nights for the price of three in Verona (pounds 279) or Venice (pounds 256) departing Gatwick 1-10 December; or five nights for the price of four in Rome (pounds 247) 1-11 December. Citalia 0181 686 5533.

Two weeks' room only at Cancun in the Caribbean costs pounds 449, departing from Gatwick on 5 December. Unijet 0990 336336.

A week in Jamacia costs pounds 789 all-inclusive, or pounds 1,289 for a fortnight, flying from Gatwick or Manchester until 30 November. Tradewinds 0870 751 0005.

Fly return to Auckland, New Zealand, for pounds 399, departing Gatwick on 20 November or Manchester on 23 November. Austravel 0171 734 7755.

Save pounds 319 on a week in Bali, paying pounds 685, if you travel before 9 December, staying room-only at a beachside hotel, flying with British Airways from Heathow. Premier Holidays 01223 516 677.

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