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50 Euro Discount Off any WizzTours booking (part of WizzAir) with Promo Code "HAPPYNEWYEAR" - Found 3nt Trips to Prague and Warsaw from 55 Euros each in February/March
50 Euro Discount Off any WizzTours booking (part of WizzAir) with Promo Code "HAPPYNEWYEAR" - Found 3nt Trips to Prague and Warsaw from 55 Euros each in February/March

50 Euro Discount Off any WizzTours booking (part of WizzAir) with Promo Code "HAPPYNEWYEAR" - Found 3nt Trips to Prague and Warsaw from 55 Euros each in February/March

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WizzTours who offer packaged trips on WizzAir flights to many East and Central European destinations, are offering 50 Euros discount per booking, on all packaged trips (flight and hotels in one booking) booked by the 5th January.

You must use the promo code "HAPPYNEWYEAR".

There does not seem to be any minimum spend requirement and I am finding some bargain city break trips towards the end of February and March.

Based on two sharing a twin room (the discount alsso works for single travellers), here is a few examples:

Warsaw
Hotel Logos - 25-28 Feb 2016
Flights - Luton to Warsaw
58 Euros each (inc flights and hotel)

Prague
Hotel Lunik - 4-7 Mar 2016
Flights - Luton to Prague
76 Euros each (inc flights and hotel)

Krakow
Doubletree Hilton - 25-28 Feb 2016
Flights - Luton to Katowice
72 Euros each (inc flights and hotel)
(Wizzair don't fly to Krakow, and Katowice is about 1hrs drive by coach which can be booked to meet flight.)

****THESE ARE JUST SOME RANDOM HOTELS I PICKED OUT WHEN SEARCHING AND I AM IN NO WAY RECOMMENDING THEM***

Many other similar priced trips to other cities in Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, etc... The closer you get to summer the prices increase, but the 50 Euro discount still applies!

They fly mainly from Luton, but also have a few destinations from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Teesside, Doncaster, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol and Gatwick.

These prices are based on just taking hand baggage, but you can add a suitcase for additional cost. I did try to see if there was away to convert to GBP £, but was not able to find this option.

Also bear in mind, even though these flights and hotels are booked as a package, I don't think they are ATOL or ABTA protected like booking packages with UK tour operators. However WizzAir are Europe's third largest low cost carrier after Ryanair and easyJet, and been operating for over 10 years, I doubt there would be anything to worry about and booking on a credit card will also protect you financially.

***FEW TIPS***
The 50 Euro Discount is per booking and applies to single travellers and group bookings alike. I would suggest people make seperate bookings per room and get the discount for each booking!
(You might need to use a different email address)

From Luton especially, Wizzair operate multiply flights a day to many destinations, and the website chooses the cheapest flight of the day you have chosen to travel.
If you check out the flight section, you can choose different flights on that day (if available) and might be the same price, or only a few euros more, meaning you get longer at your chosen city or just a more convenient time to travel.

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can be used as a solo traveller?

Original Poster

rodman

can be used as a solo traveller?


Yes sure can!

Do you have to book a hotel with flights? I just did an example search and was scrolling through hotels for at least 2 minutes before giving up trying to find a 'next' button. Also noticed you can only do return trips. Is this behaviour just on the mobile site or am I overlooking something?
Edited by: "JJMPSP" 3rd Jan

Original Poster

JJMPSP

Do you have to book a hotel with flights? I just did an example search … Do you have to book a hotel with flights? I just did an example search and was scrolling through hotels for at least 2 minutes before giving up trying to find a 'next' button. Also noticed you can only do return trips. Is this behaviour just on the mobile site or am I overlooking something?


I don't understand your question, this website is designed for the average tourist who wants a city break for example and requires flights to/from the destination, so of course you need to put in a return flight date!
I just looked on the mobile website (while it is a bit clunky, it is perfectly useable) and once you have entered the dates of travel and destination, you ask it to search, it then brings up your flight options at the top of the page and you then scroll down to the hotel you want. Next to any hotel you choose is a "Book Now" option.
As many of WizzAir's lead in price flights are only £15-20 each, it might be cheaper to enter a return flight and get the discount, but just choose not to travel! Otherwise I suggest you book flights and hotels seperately.
Edited by: "gilesrdavies" 3rd Jan

Wizztours have these deals every so often. They recently had a 75 Euro's off code when you joined them.

Great for a budget weekend or few days somewhere. I think I'll wait for the weather to warm up a little first and book one later in the year.

gilesrdavies

I don't understand your question, this website is designed for the … I don't understand your question, this website is designed for the average tourist who wants a city break for example and requires flights to/from the destination, so of course you need to put in a return flight date!I just looked on the mobile website (while it is a bit clunky, it is perfectly useable) and once you have entered the dates of travel and destination, you ask it to search, it then brings up your flight options at the top of the page and you then scroll down to the hotel you want. Next to any hotel you choose is a "Book Now" option.As many of WizzAir's lead in price flights are only £15-20 each, it might be cheaper to enter a return flight and get the discount, but just choose not to travel! Otherwise I suggest you book flights and hotels seperately.


You are absolutely the best! Poor those idiots can not understand the basics! Keep up the good works Gilesrdavies.

Amazing. €53 to Prague with b&b. That's £45 if paying with a zero-fee card

Sorry if I'm being a bit stoopid here but you say

The 50 Euro Discount is per booking and applies to single travellers and … The 50 Euro Discount is per booking and applies to single travellers and group bookings alike. I would suggest people make seperate bookings per room and get the discount for each booking!



How can you do that without booking two rooms and thus making the £50 extra discount (2nd booking) pointless?

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deeky

Sorry if I'm being a bit stoopid here but you say How can you do that … Sorry if I'm being a bit stoopid here but you say How can you do that without booking two rooms and thus making the £50 extra discount (2nd booking) pointless?




So for example if 4 people are travelling and require 2 hotel rooms, make one booking for first 2 people in room one, then claim the 50 Euro Discount!
Then do exactly the same, making a second booking for the other two people in another hotel room, then can claim the discount again in a second booking.

As I mentioned before the discount code might only be able to be applied once to an email address, so might need to make second booking using another email address.

Website working for anyone else?

gilesrdavies

So for example if 4 people are travelling and require 2 hotel rooms, make … So for example if 4 people are travelling and require 2 hotel rooms, make one booking for first 2 people in room one, then claim the 50 Euro Discount!Then do exactly the same, making a second booking for the other two people in another hotel room, then can claim the discount again in a second booking.As I mentioned before the discount code might only be able to be applied once to an email address, so might need to make second booking using another email address.



Ah, so no good for a couple then, obviously.

anyone recommend anywhere that would suit a couple and a 3 year old?

Original Poster

deeky

Ah, so no good for a couple then, obviously.



​What are you going on about and clearly don't get the deal, obviously...
You make a booking and use the promo-code and then save 50 Euro's off of the price!
The 50 Euro discount is per BOOKING and NOT per Person... So if a couple book a trip together you save 25 Euro's each!

Original Poster

mn03

anyone recommend anywhere that would suit a couple and a 3 year old?



​Could try some of the Black Sea resorts in Bulgaria, like Golden Sands or Sunny Beach.
But doubt they open until May time when the weather warms up and the tourists flock.
Split in Croatia is a nice beach and sunshine destination, but beaches are pebbly.

So if I book for a week coming up at 92 euro for flight and hotel I don't. Need the hotel cos I have relatives in Budapest so I'll just not go to the hotel and cost me round about £80 return flight hot from me

Any recommendations for a city for a solo trip for 2-4 days? I recognise quite a few of them as the capitals of Eastern European countries but not sure which is the most touristy and has the most things to see/do.

This is frickin awesome. Is it book *before* the 5th, i.e. the 4th at the latest, or booking on the 5th is fine? Is there a link so the Ts&Cs of this? Cheers

I hate Luton Airport.

It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, decomposing testicles of a camel that died from testicular torsion with a side order of leprosy festering in the middle of the hottest summer in the Sahara after being savagely beaten with a baseball ball made from a nearby cactus. And infected with a million fly eggs.

Otherwise, this is a great deal!

It'll make up for having to pay £3 for a drop off. Whilst the Mad Max style environment is quite clever, I'm just not sure it's deliberate.

stevenbryson

I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, … I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, decomposing testicles of a camel that died from testicular torsion with a side order of leprosy festering in the middle of the hottest summer in the Sahara after being savagely beaten with a baseball ball made from a nearby cactus. And infected with a million fly eggs. Otherwise, this is a great deal! It'll make up for having to pay £3 for a drop off. Whilst the Mad Max style environment is quite clever, I'm just not sure it's deliberate.


This. Also, WizzAir have reinvented what a cabin bag means. It is literally a tiny rucksack/handbag. Be aware when travelling - no roller cases.

stevenbryson

I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, … I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, decomposing testicles of a camel that died from testicular torsion with a side order of leprosy festering in the middle of the hottest summer in the Sahara after being savagely beaten with a baseball ball made from a nearby cactus. And infected with a million fly eggs. Otherwise, this is a great deal! It'll make up for having to pay £3 for a drop off. Whilst the Mad Max style environment is quite clever, I'm just not sure it's deliberate.


What exactly is your issue with luton airport i been to alot worse

Anyone booking in Euros for anything get a Aqua card, no transaction fees & at the Mastercard rate...they hand them out to anybody as it is a poor credit building card, I simply pay the balance off in full when due.

They gave me a £300 limit (strange as between MBNA & HSBC credit cards I have £8500 available) which is perfect as I dont spend that a month, let alone on transactions in abroad currencies.

aquacard.co.uk/cre…rd/

gilesrdavies

​What are you going on about and clearly don't get the deal, o … ​What are you going on about and clearly don't get the deal, obviously...You make a booking and use the promo-code and then save 50 Euro's off of the price!The 50 Euro discount is per BOOKING and NOT per Person... So if a couple book a trip together you save 25 Euro's each!



Oi relax mate and come down from your high horse. I understand the deal completely, I was referring to your tip of making separate bookings and getting the £50 discount twice. I see now that you can't do it just for a couple. It was you who mentioned getting it twice. I was just trying to maximise my savings.
No need for the aggressive attitude at all.

Word of warning for anyone who is over 6 foot. Their new planes have the least amount of legroom of any airline I have ever travelled with. I'm 6'3" and found it impossible to sit in my seat. There was almost 3 inches less legroom. I normally have my knees pressed against the seat in front but it's possible on other airlines. I ended up sitting in the toilet for the 3 hour flight. I wouldn't use them again.

Be useful if their website showed a bloody map so you could see where all the hotels are

jumpinoffthbed

Be useful if their website showed a bloody map so you could see where all … Be useful if their website showed a bloody map so you could see where all the hotels are



I just copy the name of the hotel and paste in into Google maps along with the city. Works ok for me.

deeky

I just copy the name of the hotel and paste in into Google maps along … I just copy the name of the hotel and paste in into Google maps along with the city. Works ok for me.



Which hotel? That's my point, there's dozens to choose from! Long process to find out which ones are best location for price

deeky

I just copy the name of the hotel and paste in into Google maps along … I just copy the name of the hotel and paste in into Google maps along with the city. Works ok for me.


So where you thinking of going i already got my early holiday in march booked for Cordoba

BTW the krakow example is 82 not 72

Thanks! Just got a 4* stay for 3 nights in Budapest for £180!!!! (2 people)

Cheers,

bobyjones2004

Thanks! Just got a 4* stay for 3 nights in Budapest for £180!!!! (2 … Thanks! Just got a 4* stay for 3 nights in Budapest for £180!!!! (2 people)Cheers,


Have you been to budapest before so much to see in 4 days

jumpinoffthbed

Which hotel? That's my point, there's dozens to choose from! Long process … Which hotel? That's my point, there's dozens to choose from! Long process to find out which ones are best location for price



The way I do it is to arrange them by popularity from most popular. Then I look which of the most popular ones are cheap and get good ratings on tripadvisor. I don't take any notice of the official ratings. Then those are the ones I then go on to copy and paste into Google maps to check out their location.

We like Krakow, especially the old Jewish Quarter. I quickly found that The Secret Garden Hostel was cheap, well rated and in a great location for me. Further away from the Main Square than some would like, but ideal for us.

archer1204

So where you thinking of going i already got my early holiday in march … So where you thinking of going i already got my early holiday in march booked for Cordoba



Tempted by Budapest but I hate being a complete noob anywhere, knowing where to go and what to see. On the verge of booking Krakow again, the only thing that's stopped me from not having already booked is that Wizzair don't fly from Manchester, I have to trek to Liverpool and don't know if I can be bothered.

Original Poster

Bear in mind as well as the trek from Manchester to Liverpool to get the Wizzair flight, they don't fly to Krakow, but to Katowice about 1hr away.
The bus is about 21 Euros return to the airport.
Edited by: "gilesrdavies" 4th Jan

archer1204

Have you been to budapest before so much to see in 4 days


Nope, I haven't!!! cannot afford the time of work so early in the year to spend more time :-)

gilesrdavies

​What are you going on about and clearly don't get the deal, o … ​What are you going on about and clearly don't get the deal, obviously...You make a booking and use the promo-code and then save 50 Euro's off of the price! "What are you going on about and clearly [you] didn't get [his point], obviously..." Perhaps a little apology might be in order.The 50 Euro discount is per BOOKING and NOT per Person... So if a couple book a trip together you save 25 Euro's each!


Deeky meant that making two bookings was no good for a couple.

deeky

Oi relax mate and come down from your high horse. I understand the deal … Oi relax mate and come down from your high horse. I understand the deal completely, I was referring to your tip of making separate bookings and getting the £50 discount twice. I see now that you can't do it just for a couple. It was you who mentioned getting it twice. I was just trying to maximise my savings. No need for the aggressive attitude at all.



Nicely said, Deeky. Some comments on these forums are just not necessary.

stevenbryson

I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, … I hate Luton Airport. It's the airport equivalent of the rancid, rotten, decomposing testicles of a camel that died from testicular torsion with a side order of leprosy festering in the middle of the hottest summer in the Sahara after being savagely beaten with a baseball ball made from a nearby cactus. And infected with a million fly eggs. Otherwise, this is a great deal! It'll make up for having to pay £3 for a drop off. Whilst the Mad Max style environment is quite clever, I'm just not sure it's deliberate.



Never been to East Midlands, then.

That being said, yes it is awful. Stanstead is so much better it's almost funny.

Just booked for €51... Saturday night stay in Ljubljana with flights from Luton and breakfast included (_;)

Daughter flew them a few days back with very short notice - 2 hours. Charged £30 to check in as on line not allowed 3 hours or less. Luton to Warsaw, Warsaw to Tel avive - both two hours late... missed het Tel avid to Riyadh flight as result- slept the night at Ben Gurion Airport... Avoid these amateurs

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TiscaliSurvivor

Daughter flew them a few days back with very short notice - 2 hours. … Daughter flew them a few days back with very short notice - 2 hours. Charged £30 to check in as on line not allowed 3 hours or less. Luton to Warsaw, Warsaw to Tel avive - both two hours late... missed het Tel avid to Riyadh flight as result- slept the night at Ben Gurion Airport... Avoid these amateurs



​With all due respect, you should not use airlines like Wizz, Ryanair or easyJet to get connecting flights!
They don't offer or guarantee connections, if you choose to use them, you do do at your own risk, any airline can suffer from delays.
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