Jet2 launches January sale with £100 off holidays and 10% off flights

JET2 and Jet2holidays have launched a January sale.

Customers can save £100 per person on package holidays, as well as 10 percent off flights.

There are millions of seats on sale on flights across Europe, including popular Brit holiday destinations like the Canary Islands, the Greek islands and the Costa Brava.

Fares include Mykonos in May from £81 return, Menorca in June from £89 return and Ibiza in August from £129 return.

With the Jet2 Holidays sale, customers can bag seven nights in Halkidiki in May, including flights and breakfast from £380pp, or seven nights in Gran Canaria, including flights in June, from £361pp.

The sale is now live and runs until March 1, with savings on all flights and holidays.

Included in the price is a 22kg baggage allowance, plus two pieces of hand luggage weighing up to 10kg on a flight-only booking.

There are more than a million free child places with Jet2 holidays available too.

Holidays are currently banned for the whole of England until mid-February under a tough new coronavirus lockdown.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the announcement yesterday evening, in a bid to curb a surge in infections that is threatening to overwhelm the NHS.

But there is considerable confidence from both the Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the head of the vaccine task force Kate Bingham, that we will be able to go on our summer holidays this year.

Ms Bingham had told Radio 4: “My gut feel is that we will all be going on summer holidays. It is likely that those people most at risk will be vaccinated through to April, and then the [Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation] and the Department for Health will then consider how to broaden out the vaccinations to other adults.

"I think by the summer we should be in a much better place to get on planes."

Mr Hancock told the Commons: “I do have high confidence that the summer of 2021 will be a bright one without the sort of restrictions that made the summer of 2020 more restrictive.

"I’ve booked my holiday. I’m going to Cornwall.”

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