EasyJet launch January sale with 40% off flights – and £300 off holidays

THE easyJet sale is offering some big bargains with discounted flights and money off holidays.

The airline has 40 per cent off 600,000 seats on flights to and from the UK, while has up to £300 off holidays.

You can book as far in advance as next year, with the discounts on holidays on offer from now until March 2022.

Using the code JANSALE, the discounts range from £100 off £700 holidays up to £300 off £3,000 holidays.

Deals include a seven-night, all-inclusive, five-star holiday to Spain for £302pp, or a city break in Barcelona for £204pp.

There are more than 100 destinations on offer, with more than 5,000 hotels.

Holidays can also be secured with a £60pp deposit.

  • 40% off easyJet flights – book here
  • £300 off easyJet holidays – book here

Ali Gayward, UK Country Manager, easyJet said: “Not everybody has been able to take the trip they’ve wanted to over the past year so we are delighted to be going in to the New Year with this offer for customers enabling them to access unbeatable value across flights and holidays.

“Our customers can book in the knowledge that we offer an unmatched European network, leading position on carbon offsetting, alongside the warm welcome our crew deliver every single day to all our customers.”

There are a number of sales now on that Brits can take advantage of now, to get a holiday for 2021 in the diary.

Here are some of the travel sales and offers:

  • Jet2 – 10% off flights
  • Love Holidays – up to 40% off holidays
  • TUI – Disney World holiday deals
  • On The Beach – up to 40% off holidays

One of the most popular destinations right now is Dubai, with families and reality stars alike flocking to the holiday region.

We've rounded up the best deals to Dubai, which require no quarantining or negative tests.

Ryanair's January Sale has £30 off flights, including to Italy and Spain.

You can get up to £300 off holidays with First Choice, with trips starting from £250pp.

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