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Easyjet flights on Sale for spring and summer 2020 now available

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Posted 30th Aug 2019

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A reminder for those of you who would like to make plans for 2020 already... easyJet flights from 29th March to 30th August 2020 will be on sale from Sept 19th.

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  • Salzburg From London Gatwick £22.99 (Jan 2020)
  • Grenoble From London Gatwick £22.99 (Jan 2020)
  • Dalaman From London Gatwick £24.99 (Oct 2019)
  • Lisbon From London Gatwick£26.99 (Jan 2020)
  • Barcelona From London Gatwick £28.99 (Oct 2019)
  • Prague From London Gatwick £28.99 (Jan 2020)
  • Amsterdam From London Gatwick £31.99 (Nov 2019)
  • Kalamata From London Gatwick £24.99 (Oct 2019)

    Prices shown are per person based on 2 people on the same booking. Min 4 seats available per flight, one way incl. taxes.

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I got my tickets a while ago. Just as an FYI- if your dates aren’t showing on the website, select the last available dates and go through to prices screen, then use the date switcher to shift all the way to your date. It’s a lot of clicking but forces the dates to come through rather than use the calendar on the main page.
Edited by: "davidwj" 19th Sep 2019
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Where did you get that date from?
hugh_jorgans30/08/2019 14:34

Where did you get that date from?


They sent the date to flight club members a few weeks ago
Better than BA
Thb, been looking at flights to Morocco but they double Ryanair.... Yes Ryanair will charge extra for luggage and are unstable due to strike action... But it's cheap flight, cheaper than driving to London from the northwest.
Oh, don't forget the Three wuntu offer with easyjet. Heat added
Hiyayou30/08/2019 15:56

Oh, don't forget the Three wuntu offer with easyjet. Heat added


What offer is that?
Is this even a deal? or a Notice? or an ad ?
Edited by: "yorkie12" 30th Aug 2019
Do these usually go live at midnight on the day of release?
graemejohnson19730/08/2019 17:03

Do these usually go live at midnight on the day of release?


Varies but I've found they usually go live about 5-6am.
I'm not voting hot till I see the prices!
Banned from easy jet 5years!! 😥😥😥
89quidyoucantgowrong30/08/2019 17:39

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False. May have possibly been true 10-15 years ago but if this was true how come the price you see on Kayak/Skyscanner is the price you get when you go directly to the website no matter how many times you've searched the flight on the site directly?
89quidyoucantgowrong30/08/2019 17:39

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This is a myth.

Why would they increase their prices with swithering uncertain customers and run the risk of losing out on selling seats at a price they are quite happy to sell to people who decide to act on impulse and buy straight away?
Thanks for this. Got really good deal on flights to the Algarve last year with Easyjet last Easter using this information. Price had doubled 1 hour later.
Thanks flavione.
I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they tried to charge me the highest price for all seven but if you booked in a batch of 3, then 2 and then another 2 I managed to save almost £250 (£150 for first three, £180 for next two and then £210 for final two rather than all at £210 if all bought together). Do easyjet do the same or can I buy them alltogether?
Hiyayou30/08/2019 15:55

Thb, been looking at flights to Morocco but they double Ryanair.... Yes …Thb, been looking at flights to Morocco but they double Ryanair.... Yes Ryanair will charge extra for luggage and are unstable due to strike action... But it's cheap flight, cheaper than driving to London from the northwest.


Also most of the time their flights are late, seats are thicker what gives you less leg space, you have to pay to take hand luggage with you and are often more expensive than easyjet. I won't mention Ryanair night flights
Edited by: "cr7hg" 30th Aug 2019
I like the new half price backless seats
Shrewd_dude30/08/2019 18:08

This is a myth. Why would they increase their prices with swithering …This is a myth. Why would they increase their prices with swithering uncertain customers and run the risk of losing out on selling seats at a price they are quite happy to sell to people who decide to act on impulse and buy straight away?



Because as they say, a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. And it is true that the dates you search are nearly always a little bit more expensive than the dates a few days either side. This is why I NEVER search the dates I actually want.
swelsbyuk30/08/2019 20:03

I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they …I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they tried to charge me the highest price for all seven but if you booked in a batch of 3, then 2 and then another 2 I managed to save almost £250 (£150 for first three, £180 for next two and then £210 for final two rather than all at £210 if all bought together). Do easyjet do the same or can I buy them alltogether?



Have you never seen 'Hurry - only 3 seats left at this price!'? Pretty much guaranteed.
89quidyoucantgowrong30/08/2019 17:39

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This is certainly true. I've seen it happen myself for flights I've searched. And I ordinarily do exactly what you have suggested. But if you're not ready to book first thing on release date, then chances are that the school holiday dates will go up in price. I literally saw that happen too. And I've also gone to purchase tickets which have gone up in price when checking out. Simply because someone got there before me in booking. Outwitting algorithms is no easy task.
swelsbyuk30/08/2019 20:03

I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they …I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they tried to charge me the highest price for all seven but if you booked in a batch of 3, then 2 and then another 2 I managed to save almost £250 (£150 for first three, £180 for next two and then £210 for final two rather than all at £210 if all bought together). Do easyjet do the same or can I buy them alltogether?


With Easyjet, as soon as someone books the flight price will go up by a significant amount. I've tested this with bookings in the past and we're talking £50 increases.
hovesoul30/08/2019 14:37

They sent the date to flight club members a few weeks ago


Few weeks ago :/ Marc h 2020
89quidyoucantgowrong30/08/2019 21:28

Because as they say, a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. And it is …Because as they say, a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. And it is true that the dates you search are nearly always a little bit more expensive than the dates a few days either side. This is why I NEVER search the dates I actually want.


Using that phrase makes even less sense. They do not use cookies to increase prices to customers who return. It's a bit like saying it would make sense for Argos to sell Tv's at one price to people who buy straight away on impulse but then trying to charge the customer who actually shops around and does some research and is far more price sensitive a higher price when they return. They would just be losing sales at a price they are quite happy to sell at.
89quidyoucantgowrong30/08/2019 17:39

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Do you have any proof of this? I have been looking at a holiday for a week now, daily, even a couple of times a day on my phone on the TUI webpage without clearing cookies and not once has it gone up. I've done this in the past too were the actual holiday has gone down.
swelsbyuk30/08/2019 20:03

I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they …I need to buy seven seats. When I've tried buying the same with B.A they tried to charge me the highest price for all seven but if you booked in a batch of 3, then 2 and then another 2 I managed to save almost £250 (£150 for first three, £180 for next two and then £210 for final two rather than all at £210 if all bought together). Do easyjet do the same or can I buy them alltogether?


So did you buy each barch seperately?
Shrewd_dude30/08/2019 21:43

Using that phrase makes even less sense. They do not use cookies to …Using that phrase makes even less sense. They do not use cookies to increase prices to customers who return. It's a bit like saying it would make sense for Argos to sell Tv's at one price to people who buy straight away on impulse but then trying to charge the customer who actually shops around and does some research and is far more price sensitive a higher price when they return. They would just be losing sales at a price they are quite happy to sell at.


I have recent experience of something sounding like this. I noticed that my price had gone up £10 per person during the booking process. Thinking it odd I researched under a different browser....the price went back down to the original seat price.
shawty198430/08/2019 22:02

Do you have any proof of this? I have been looking at a holiday for a week …Do you have any proof of this? I have been looking at a holiday for a week now, daily, even a couple of times a day on my phone on the TUI webpage without clearing cookies and not once has it gone up. I've done this in the past too were the actual holiday has gone down.


Its openly out there that the use of cookies are used for the purpose to track the user and hence the whole law of why you see the "accept cookies" on near enough every webpage these days.

Every business is out there to make £ and thats usually due to a demand/supply factor, which is helped guided by the use of cookies, not every business will use cookies to squeeze every penny from you, some will use to track user trends etc but when it comes to anything 'holiday/travel' related which is heavily reliant on those trends its most likely its used in that fashion
mango88831/08/2019 13:44

Its openly out there that the use of cookies are used for the purpose to …Its openly out there that the use of cookies are used for the purpose to track the user and hence the whole law of why you see the "accept cookies" on near enough every webpage these days. Every business is out there to make £ and thats usually due to a demand/supply factor, which is helped guided by the use of cookies, not every business will use cookies to squeeze every penny from you, some will use to track user trends etc but when it comes to anything 'holiday/travel' related which is heavily reliant on those trends its most likely its used in that fashion


But it's not and I've proved it's not. I'm looking at a holiday now which I've looked at daily and the price hasn't gone up. Do you have any proof of this happening?
shawty198431/08/2019 14:18

But it's not and I've proved it's not. I'm looking at a holiday now which …But it's not and I've proved it's not. I'm looking at a holiday now which I've looked at daily and the price hasn't gone up. Do you have any proof of this happening?


Right, first of all i didnt say 'they was', if you clearly read what i said i was saying it from a generalistic point of view e.g. 'businesses', 'demand/supply', 'most likely', not aimed at Easyjet or any company in particular.

But since you went that route:

Is Easyjet a for-profit company? Yes

Are their product/service prices based on demand/supply? Yes

Do they have a cookie acknowledgment on their website (meaning they use cookies)? Yes

And have people (even ones in this forum) said and experienced the opposite of your experience? e.g. prices going up when looking using different devices/browsers? Yes

You have only 'proved' that its not happened to YOU, and this could 'possibly' be that either the route you are looking at or even the dates might not have been searched enough by you/other people collectively for them to raise their prices up as of yet

e.g. if i was only after money and have 100 items to sell and only 1 person is buying im not going to start raising the prices, but if they are starting to sell like hotcakes or a alot of people are seemingly interested then its an opportunity to raise the price (happens everywhere when stuff goes on sale and gets removed quickly either due to shortage or because they sold too cheaply)

if you cant understand that then maybe just go to

thetimes.co.uk/art…gq0

im sure they dont just publish stuff without any substantial 'proof'
shawty198431/08/2019 14:18

But it's not and I've proved it's not. I'm looking at a holiday now which …But it's not and I've proved it's not. I'm looking at a holiday now which I've looked at daily and the price hasn't gone up. Do you have any proof of this happening?


Same for me. On the odd occasion flights have decreased despite checking multiple times for same dates and location.

If anyone is that concerned, then use incognito mode as mentioned earlier.
Paulandinho31/08/2019 10:10

I have recent experience of something sounding like this. I noticed that …I have recent experience of something sounding like this. I noticed that my price had gone up £10 per person during the booking process. Thinking it odd I researched under a different browser....the price went back down to the original seat price.


On the EasyJet website?
mango88831/08/2019 15:46

Right, first of all i didnt say 'they was', if you clearly read what i …Right, first of all i didnt say 'they was', if you clearly read what i said i was saying it from a generalistic point of view e.g. 'businesses', 'demand/supply', 'most likely', not aimed at Easyjet or any company in particular.But since you went that route:Is Easyjet a for-profit company? YesAre their product/service prices based on demand/supply? YesDo they have a cookie acknowledgment on their website (meaning they use cookies)? YesAnd have people (even ones in this forum) said and experienced the opposite of your experience? e.g. prices going up when looking using different devices/browsers? YesYou have only 'proved' that its not happened to YOU, and this could 'possibly' be that either the route you are looking at or even the dates might not have been searched enough by you/other people collectively for them to raise their prices up as of yet e.g. if i was only after money and have 100 items to sell and only 1 person is buying im not going to start raising the prices, but if they are starting to sell like hotcakes or a alot of people are seemingly interested then its an opportunity to raise the price (happens everywhere when stuff goes on sale and gets removed quickly either due to shortage or because they sold too cheaply)if you cant understand that then maybe just go tohttps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/travel-website-cookies-milk-you-for-dough-t2fc8mgq0im sure they dont just publish stuff without any substantial 'proof'


What you have described is dynamic pricing that’s clearly something all airlines do but it’s nothing to do with increasing prices based on how many times you visit their website using cookies.
Shrewd_dude31/08/2019 17:03

What you have described is dynamic pricing that’s clearly something all a … What you have described is dynamic pricing that’s clearly something all airlines do but it’s nothing to do with increasing prices based on how many times you visit their website using cookies.


dynamic pricing on any website can only be accurately done by the use of cookies, just normal 'site visit' info will not give you enough analytics to determine if those users were 'determined' to choose those dates e.g. a site will know via the use of cookies if you were searching multiple dates to find a cheaper price and hence can then look to keep those prices competitive (whether that be high or low)

i mentioned the use of cookies in my first post and also via the link in the post you quoted me on. Didnt want to go too technical into cookies etc because if so we could be here all day and may aswell order some from millies whilst we here lol
mango88831/08/2019 15:46

Right, first of all i didnt say 'they was', if you clearly read what i …Right, first of all i didnt say 'they was', if you clearly read what i said i was saying it from a generalistic point of view e.g. 'businesses', 'demand/supply', 'most likely', not aimed at Easyjet or any company in particular.But since you went that route:Is Easyjet a for-profit company? YesAre their product/service prices based on demand/supply? YesDo they have a cookie acknowledgment on their website (meaning they use cookies)? YesAnd have people (even ones in this forum) said and experienced the opposite of your experience? e.g. prices going up when looking using different devices/browsers? YesYou have only 'proved' that its not happened to YOU, and this could 'possibly' be that either the route you are looking at or even the dates might not have been searched enough by you/other people collectively for them to raise their prices up as of yet e.g. if i was only after money and have 100 items to sell and only 1 person is buying im not going to start raising the prices, but if they are starting to sell like hotcakes or a alot of people are seemingly interested then its an opportunity to raise the price (happens everywhere when stuff goes on sale and gets removed quickly either due to shortage or because they sold too cheaply)if you cant understand that then maybe just go tohttps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/travel-website-cookies-milk-you-for-dough-t2fc8mgq0im sure they dont just publish stuff without any substantial 'proof'


So you have no proof? Just say so. The holiday I was looking at did go up, only because someone had booked that holiday. But that's not what we are talking about. The holiday in question hasn't changed price for over a week. I've been looking at it daily numerous times a day and it's not changing price. So in my eyes it's a myth that cookies change the price the more you visit.
shawty198431/08/2019 17:31

So you have no proof? Just say so. The holiday I was looking at did go up, …So you have no proof? Just say so. The holiday I was looking at did go up, only because someone had booked that holiday. But that's not what we are talking about. The holiday in question hasn't changed price for over a week. I've been looking at it daily numerous times a day and it's not changing price. So in my eyes it's a myth that cookies change the price the more you visit.


Of course i dont have proof lol cause i am not YOU, i am not searching for the exact same criteria that you are using the exact same website. You are asking for proof which only you can get? if i go and search for a different feature-set it wont matter because you are asking me to prove your theory wrong whereas you havent mentioned which site you are using, what dates, what location etc.

but there have been many people that have said it has happened to them, so im just saying that it obviously exists. its just the same as when people on here calling up a company to get a deal and it all depends who you get on the phone as dependent if you do or do not get it.

If you'd like to provide me the criteria set and the price you see currently then i can do a multi-search and let you know if the price changes after maybe an hour or so of letting that run. But no, i obviously cannot prove you wrong if i dont know what exact criteria you are searching for. bearing in mind that if you truly believe this doesnt exist then you obviously wont mind me doing it and the possibility of the price rising afterwards.
Edited by: "mango888" 31st Aug 2019
mango88831/08/2019 17:40

Of course i dont have proof lol cause i am not YOU, i am not searching for …Of course i dont have proof lol cause i am not YOU, i am not searching for the exact same criteria that you are using the exact same website. You are asking for proof which only you can get? if i go and search for a different feature-set it wont matter because you are asking me to prove your theory wrong whereas you havent mentioned which site you are using, what dates, what location etc. but there have been many people that have said it has happened to them, so im just saying that it obviously exists. its just the same as when people on here calling up a company to get a deal and it all depends who you get on the phone as dependent if you do or do not get it.If you'd like to provide me the criteria set and the price you see currently then i can do a multi-search and let you know if the price changes after maybe an hour or so of letting that run. But no, i obviously cannot prove you wrong if i dont know what exact criteria you are searching for. bearing in mind that if you truly believe this doesnt exist then you obviously wont mind me doing it and the possibility of the price rising afterwards.


So how do you know those that are saying the price is changing aren't seeing that because people are buying at the same time as that person is looking.

You don't need to know what I'm looking at, do it yourself. Look for a holiday and then look at that same holiday over a period of time. I found it easy because TUI list how many rooms are available if there isn't many left so you can see who has bought a holiday on the days you looked for.
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