Some covid testing firms have it written into their terms and conditions that they don’t have to get you your result on time.
Some rapid antigen tests, marketed to be carried in your suitcase for self-testing before returning from a holiday, are illegal.
The cheapest firm on the government’s day 2 and day 8 list has been removed, but it’s still accepting payments for tests.
The first 10 tests on the government’s list of providers are all quoted as £20 but these prices are often difficult or impossible to obtain.
Only half of Ryanair and Teletext Holidays customers who booked flights and accommodation together said they were likely to book a holiday with those companies again.
Ryanair customers report being asked to pay large fees when they rebook flights this summer, despite the airline advertising a ‘Zero Change Fee’ policy.
Rip-off websites dominated the results when Which? Travel investigated common search terms for travel on Google earlier this year. Three out of six of the top search results for the...
The cheap testing firms that can’t provide tests at the top of the government’s day two and day eight provider list
Which? finds several firms included on the official list for Day 2 and Day 8 tests never actually provided tests, while prices shown proved to be unobtainable.
Some cheap tests that have been sold through British Airways and TUI may not have been authorised for use without clinical supervision. Tui announced earlier this year that it was...
Travellers may need an official invitation letter that costs £67 for Spain or £26 for France.