Protecting your money and holidays since 2006

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We advise all consumers to check the PTS number of their chosen holiday company prior to booking. To do so please either enter full company name, or trading name, or PTS number.

Protected Trust Services

Booking with a travel business you trust is at the core of consumer confidence. UK travel businesses join Protected Trust Services (PTS) to ensure complete financial protection for their clients. Our travel trust account system means you can know exactly where your money is so you don’t have to worry about anything but having a fantastic holiday. At PTS, we ensure that you can always travel with complete peace of mind when booking with a PTS member.

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What We Do

PTS are dedicated to providing great protection, visit the pages below to find out more about how we protect you

How We Work

1

Book Your Trip

Book your trip with a trusted PTS operator

2

Money Is Held In Trust

Your money is held with independent trustees in trust for your peace of mind

3

Pay For Your Booking

Independent trustees allocate your money to pay for your specific booking

4

Sit Back and Relax

Now just sit back & look forward to your trip with peace of mind

Why You Need PTS

Why You Need PTS

In recent years, financial protection has become even more important than ever, especially in travel. But that doesn’t mean booking a holiday needs to be stressful. When you book with a trusted PTS member for your holiday, you are guaranteed excellent financial protection and complete trust and transparency. Whether you’re booking a staycation or a getaway across the world, PTS protection means that no matter what, your monies are safe and you are booking with a travel expert we have ensured you can trust.

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