Learn before you buy:
The world is overflowing with products, including holidays. Whatever your financial ability, you face a vast choice of stuff before purchasing, this can be very unsettling.
Because, the sellers of any price range product will only highlight to you its pros but conveniently forget to mention the cons.
Therefore, you, the buyer, must be very smart and properly analyse your options before committing to pay out your hard earned cash.
Don't make a snap decision simply because you like a salesperson. They are trained to make you like them, it's their job. Trust me, you won't be appreciated by your sales rep for making a quick decision on a purchase. In fact the sales rep will put it down to his/her own exceptional skill to SELL.
So, what do we have. A huge choice of products, bias sales assistants who shield you from truth and contradicting information in the open web.
Hence, if you want to find a truly value for money product you must either learn in detail the subject yourself, which is daunting, or find an unbiased and willing adviser.
I think, these days, the only place you COULD find an unbiased advice of any sort is, perhaps, Instagram.
Ask as many questions in comments and you should get answers, as everyone is on the comment/like/follow hunt. Most importantly, the instagram account holders are after their good reputation/image, so use it - ask questions in the OPEN, where they will be obliged to answer well. Don't be intimidated going for answers to Instagram big # boys. They, presumably, got their followers for being good at what they do. If they don't give you an adequate answer then they are not what they are stating to be, and people will see that soon enough.
Eventually you will find yourself a good, and hopefully unbiased, advisor. Once found, hold on to him/her tight.
The signs of a biased advisor: *Business accounts that advertise stuff. *Accounts that flaunt you ‘great offers’ on a daily basis. *The ones who create urgency ‘this offer lasts only till Friday!’. *The ones who are nice and friendly until you reject their ‘great’ offer.
Instead, go after non-direct-profit bloggers on a subject. - 4 days ago