See the section above for more information on getting a refund from your holiday company.
If you paid for your holiday by credit or debit card, some travel insurers might ask you to make a claim with your card provider before making an insurance claim.
Making a claim with your credit card provider could mean you get more of your money back. Unlike an insurance claim, a claim with your credit card provider under Section 75 will not require an ‘excess’ payment (where you have to pay the first part of any claim) or limit your claim (as long the amount you paid was below £30,000).
You’ll also be able to get money back for anyone you also booked for on your card who doesn’t have or isn’t covered by your travel insurance.
See above for more information on making a refund claim with your card provider.