EasyJet launches huge sale with 25% off – including flights to Spain for £9.99

EASYJET has launched a huge sale with 25 per cent off flights.

There are more than 800,000 seats on selected flights up for grabs from just £9.99.

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From less than a tenner, you could be jetting off to some popular European holiday hotspots including Spain, Portugal and Italy.

This includes £9.99 flights to Malaga, or city breaks to Barcelona or Naples with flights from £16.99 each way.

The 25 per cent discount is available on selected flights from the UK departing between January 18 and September 30 this year.

  • To book a flight with a 25 per cent discount – click here

EasyJet is also offering discounts on package holidays in 2022.

Holidaymakers can use the code BIGSALE to bag £100 off holidays that cost more than £700, £150 off holidays costing more than £1,500, and £300 off holidays costing more than £3,000.

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Get a seven-night holiday to Benidorm in February from £353pp, including flights, accommodation, 23kg of checked luggage and a shared transfer.

Bag some winter sun in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, with a seven-night stay at an all-inclusive resort in February from £489pp.

Or head to Corfu in April to spend a week at an all-inclusive resort from £399pp.

  • To book a holiday using the BIGSALE code – click here

The offer is valid on departures between February 1, 2022 and October 31, 2023.

But you'll need to hurry as the offer expires on February 1.

These are the best places to bag some winter sun in January or February this year.

If you do head off on your hols – try not to do any of these nine things which would make you an embarrassing Brit abroad.

Make sure you're up-to-date with the Covid entry requirements for the country you're planning on going to.

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