I paid just £13.80 for a seven-night Greek holiday including flights – here's how | The Sun

A WOMAN has revealed how she paid just £13.80 for a Greek holiday – including her return flights.

Gabriella Vinante-Hellens, from London, nabbed a seven-night holiday to Crete with Jet2.

The holiday is part of the Jet2holidays Bid for a Break scheme.

Anyone can bid on a holiday with Jet2, by trying to guess the lowest unique price for a break.

Gabriella bid just £13.80 – and had the lowest unique price.

This means she was given the seven-night getaway with VIBE by Jet2holidays, staying at the 4* Akasha Beach Hotel & Spa.

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She said: "It popped up on my social media and I thought why not give it a go?

"I had entered a few times but never thought I would win.

"I came up with the bid amount as it is the combined ages of my nearest and dearest.

"I cannot believe I actually won!”

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Jet2 boss Steve Heapy said: "Congratulations to Gabriella for successfully bidding for a holiday with Jet2holidays through our ‘Bid for a Break’ campaign and securing a getaway to Crete for just £13.80."

He added: "With summer in full swing, we know how much UK holidaymakers want to get away to enjoy some much-needed sunshine, and we are giving them the chance to do just that in a fun way for potentially only a few pence.

"We hope Gabriella has a wonderful time in Crete."

Bidding opens on the Jet2 app every Monday at 9am, and closes at 12pm on Thursday.

Other destinations include SpainGreecePortugal Turkey and Cyprus with some people winning for as little as 2p.

Last year, a man secured a seven-night holiday to Cyprus with the Jet2 scheme including flights and accommodation for just £1.40.

And a couple paid around £20 for their trip to Malta.

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