Consumers are becoming increasingly weary of Brexit and are unlikely to let fears of a no deal exit impact their holiday spend during the peaks.
That was the view of just over half of readers responding to a TTG poll this week.
Asked whether they believed no-deal Brexit fears could impact bookings during peaks, 52% said no, agreeing that “people are tired of Brexit and will continue to prioritise holidays over other purchases”.
However in an ironic echo of the percentages in the 2016 referendum result, 48% argued the opposite, insisting a no deal exit at the end of March just weeks before the Easter holidays was “terrible timing”.
They also said they were concerned about the impact a no-deal exit from the EU would have on their business.