TUI is offering £100 off summer holidays to popular destinations including Cyprus and Turkey.

It means Brits can make savings on a package holiday and jet off once travel restrictions allow.

The offer applies to package holidays departing between May 17 and August 31.

Holidaymakers can use the code SUMMER100 on the payment page to take £100 off their booking.

To be eligible for the offer the total value of the booking must be a minimum of £1,000.

Some of the best deals are listed below and can be found here:

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  • Gran Canaria all-inclusive from £525pp
  • Cyprus all-inclusive from £686pp
  • Kos all-inclusive from £590pp
  • Turkey all-inclusive from £699pp

The offer does not apply to accommodation only, flight only and ski bookings.

Boris Johnson explained on February 22 that UK holidays could restart from April 12, but is yet to announce when a trip abroad is back on the cards.

Another announcement on April 12 will be given for foreign holidays, but is expected to be no earlier than May 17, and more likely to be June 21.

As a result, hundreds of thousands of Brit are hoping to head off on a well-deserved holiday abroad later in the year.

For those looking for holiday inspiration, we've found cheap all inclusive holidays for this summer and there are many cheap package holidays.

If you fancy staying in the UK, holiday parks are also offering huge bargains – some of which start from £3pp a night.

We've also found cheap deals in the warmest parts of the UK, as well as at Britain's best beaches for dog owners and those with kids.

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