BRITS can get a whopping 48 days off next year with a holiday hack that uses just 19 days.
A simple holiday hack could see you more than double the number of days you get off next yearCredit: Getty
That means there will be a total of NINE bonus days off next year.
And, if you use your annual leave wisely, you could more than double the number of days out of work with a cheeky trick.
Here are the exact dates you should take off to get 48 days off next year.
Your first decent break of the year – after getting the New Year’s Day Bank Holiday in January – could fall at the beginning of April.
Easter Friday will fall on April 7 and Easter Monday on April 10 and to land a 10-day break all you have to do is apply for April 3-6 off.
There will now be three bonus days off in May next year – including the celebration of the ancient ceremony.
The month’s traditional Bank Holidays will fall on May 1 and 29, and the Coronation Bank Holiday on May 8 – two days after the ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
To get 10 days off at the beginning of the month take off May 2-5.
And, if you’d like to finish the month with a holiday – to celebrate the beginning of summer – apply for leave between May 30-June 2 for another nine days off.
You could pocket ANOTHER nine-day break at the end of August, as the summer Bank Holiday falls on the 28th.
Apply for leave between August 29-September 1 for that getaway.
And, if you’d like to finish the year strong (or with a 10-day rest) apply for December 27-29 off – as the Christmas and Boxing Day Bank Holidays fall on their respective dates during the week.