How Brexit is good news

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During the climax of the summer travel season, Britain has chosen to leave the European Union through a popular vote known as Brexit. While markets are scrambled abroad, many immediate effects of Brexit are taking effect, namely the exchange rate between the American dollar and the British pound. With the pound being recorded at its lowest point in 30 years, the dollar is triumphing, providing American travelers noticeable discount on prices paid throughout Britain.

In simple terms, Americans visiting Northern Ireland and Scotland can truly gain a lot more bang for their buck, literally. The most noticeable ‘bang’ we are seeing is one that holds most Americans back from their dream vacations, air fare. Flight tickets from the US to Northern Ireland and Scotland are currently around the price range of $400-500 for a round-trip. This is understandably unheard of, due to the fact that just two or three years ago summer flights to Northern Ireland and Scotland were floating around the $1,800 range. So go on, the age-old burden of the expense of air travel has been relieved for you to live your dream, check off another item on the bucket list, and seek adventure, nothings holding you back now!

Please check out our website for more details on tours to Northern Ireland and Scotland

www.shamrockandpeach.com

Enjoy your summer!

-Judie the Irish foodie

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One thought on “How Brexit is good news

  1. Are you still doing Scotland this year? On Jun 26, 2016 6:49 PM, “The Shamrock and Peach” wrote:

    > shamrockandpeach posted: ” During the climax of the summer travel season, > Britain has chosen to leave the European Union through a popular vote known > as Brexit. While markets are scrambled abroad, many immediate effects of > Brexit are taking effect, namely the exchange rate betw” >

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