easyJet has launched a sale early and there are currently cheap flights from £14.99 each way up for grabs to the likes of Spain, Portugal and Greece.
The budget airline has launched its Boxing Day deals early with up to 25% off selected flights, for travel between January 18 and September 30, 2022.
When we took a look we found plenty of popular destinations going from £14.99 including Gatwick to Lanzarote, Luton to Faro, Manchester to Barcelona, Liverpool to Majorca and more.
The deals are already live on the easyJet website but you’ll need to book by midnight on January 11, 2022 if you want to make the most of the sale. (It’s also worth noting that the cheapest fares are subject to availability).
The airline currently operates a flexible booking policy which means passengers can change their flight free of charge up to two hours before departure – you can find out more in the Protection Promise policy.
It’s not just the airline offering discounts for next year – easyJet holidays has also launched its own sale on over 100 destinations.
That includes discounts of up to £300 off package holidays, as well as thousands of free child holiday places including the school holiday dates.
Packages include your flights, accommodation, 23kg of hold luggage and transfers on beach breaks.
The amount you can save is dependent on minimum spend for easyJet holidays packages:
£100 off a minimum spend of £700
£150 off a minimum spend of £1500
£300 off a minimum spend of £3000
Simply use the code BIGSALE at checkout. The deal is valid for travel between January 1, 2022 and October 31, 2023.
You can already book the deals on the easyJet holidays website but you’ll need to do so by 10pm on February 1, 2022 when the sale ends.
Don’t be disheartened if you can’t quite make the deals work for you. You may want to check out our Holiday Deals page which we’re regularly updating with the latest discount codes, sales and other travel deals we think you’ll love.
Travel restrictions can change quickly during the pandemic. Always check the latest Foreign Office advice before booking or going on a trip abroad. Your holiday operator should be able to advise regarding any concerns for an upcoming trip, but be aware that they often prioritise those who are due to depart within the next few weeks.