Any advice, opinions or information would be greatly appreciated regarding following drama: Booked an all inclusive holiday to greece yesterday (saturday) with Monarch. Paid in full online and printed off the confirmation and receipt. Sorted all the train tickets to London at the price of a few Â£100 and friends sorted seperate holdiay to the same resort with a different tour operator, saquared time off from work away with my Sgt. The holiday was due to start this wednesday. few hours later, I got a call from Monarch saying that in fact the holiday had been advertised at the wrong price due to an error on their part. the holiday should have been over Â£1500 more than it was sold to me for and they are therefore cancelling my booking unless I want to fork out the extra. I questioned ow they could do this within the terms and conditions as they state that they reserve the right to change prices up until the point of booking and confirmation. Obviously, I had booked paid in full and receied confirmation, so I dont see how this applies. Furthermore, they reserve the right to cancel holdidays, but will only do so due to unforseen and unexpected events which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been taken. I think that if they had all taken all due care they wouldnt have made he mistake in the first place. I'm due to speak to some bod from heir customer service team tomorrow a.m. I'm not the best at complaining and have absoloubtely no idea where stand. Any advice would be greatfuly received> Cheers.