BRITISH Airways is launching a new direct route to Las Vegas from London that will make the Sin City even cheaper to get to.

The airline already flies from London Heathrow to the US city.

But from the end of March next year, it will also be operating flights from London Gatwick.

It's a seasonal service, which will only operate between March and October.

Right now, there are some incredible flight deals, with return flights starting from just £427.

The new seasonal service from Gatwick will be operating three times a week, on Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays – these will likely be the cheapest days to fly.

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The extra availability will also mean that there’s less competition to fly from Heathrow, potentially making flights cheaper there as well.

You can also snap up pretty decent package deals through BA Holidays right now.

For example, you can stay at the 4* The LINQ Hotel + Experience, which is known for its parties, for £802pp.

The price includes return flights as well as accommodation on a room-only basis for seven nights.

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Or how about flashy 5* hotel The Mirage, where seven nights room only stay plus flights starts from £959pp.

You can browse all of the deals here.

EasyJet have launched their 2023 holidays with lots of free child spaces.

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Tui has lots of discounted holidays in September.

Or if you’re looking for a staycation, there are lots of options there too.

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