Want to make the most of your annual leave in 2022? Listen up.
By being strategic about your bank holidays like the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, you can blag 62 days off over the course of the year.
Her Majesty's party is set to be the 'biggest event the UK has ever seen' according to organisers.
The pageant will take place over a bumper four-day Bank holiday weekend next year and will feature 6,500 performers on the last day alone.
Kicking off on Thursday, June 2, and ending on the Sunday, organisers are also hoping it tops Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee held in 1897.
In total, you'll only actually need to book off 26 days with your boss – but make sure you get in there quickly before someone has the same idea!
Here’s when to book off work in 2022, according to research done by HolidayPirates…
January : 4-7 January (take four days off to get nine)
April : 11-14 April & 19-22 April (take eight days off to get 16)
May : 3-6 May (take four days off to get nine)
June : 30 May – 1 June (take three days off to get nine)
August: 30 August – 2 September (take four days off to get nine)
December: 28-30 December (take three days off to get 10)
Phil Salcedo, Head of Market for UK & North America at HolidayPirates, said: "At HolidayPirates, our users are booking 2022 trips to destinations such as the Maldives and Mexico, plus bucket-list experiences like cruising the Antarctic.
"Surprisingly, there are also more bookings for staycations for 2022 than for 2021, as reported by our partners."
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