JET2 have brought back their summer campaign that allows Brits to go on holiday for as little as 1p.

It might sound too good to be true, but it's not – Lynn Marriot from County Durham landed a seven-night holiday to Crete including return flights with Jet2 for 2p last year.

She bagged the trip in the travel company's 2021 Bid for a Break campaign, which let Brits bid for holidays across Europe.

She told York Press at the time: "I’m absolutely over the moon to have bought a holiday with Jet2holidays for just 2p.

"It was such a lovely surprise… I’d urge everyone to get involved and place their bid."

To take part, customers need to decide on the price they want to pay and place a bid via the Jet2 app.

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If they are the only user to bid that amount and that amount is the lowest, they will buy the holiday for that price. 

Bids open at 9am every Monday, with different locations to bid on until Thursday at midday, with winners announced that day.

Destinations include popular holiday hotspots in Europe, such as the Spanish Islands, Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Turkey.

This week's break is a seven night holiday in Tenerife, with upcoming trips including a week in Bulgaria, Crete and Gran Canaria.

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Even if you aren't successful, applicants still get a £60 off code to use via the website.

Jet2 boss Steve Heapy said they had relaunched the scheme now that international travel was back, but with Brits wanting some "much-needed sunshine".

He said: “The campaign was hugely successful last year and now, thanks to its return, we are once again giving holidaymakers the chance to get away in a fun way for potentially only a few pence."

Lynn Marriot wasn't the only Brit to bag a bargain break last summer, a mum won a five-star holiday to Turkey for just 70p via the scheme.

Another woman bagged a seven-night holiday to Santorini for just £1.60, while Darlington-based David Leitch paid £10.61 for seven nights in Turkey with his family.

And Dolly Millard, from Hertfordshire paid just over a tenner for a four-night break at a 4* Ibiza hotel.

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Don't fancy taking part? We've rounded up some of Jet2's best May breaks from £169pp.

Or for a cheap last-minute holiday to Turkey, there are deals from just £196pp.

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