Paying More Doesn't Necessarily Mean Better.
There's the notion out there that, the pricier products are better than the cheaper ones which is true sometimes but not always. For example, you can buy a budget-priced grill and have a great time with the meat and fish grilled on it and eating with your friends and/or family in the garden, or somewhere similar.
Also, here's another example; Buying a £1-2k holiday pack doesn't actually mean it'll actually be better than someone who pays £300-500, or less. It all depends on the location, population, food and overall situation.
This all boils down to: Quality over Quantity.
Personally, I'd not spend that much on a vacation knowing I could get a much more cheaper option doing things differently. After all, this is the point of being part of a website where we save money.
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