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easyJet sale on "up to 20%" off
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easyJet sale on "up to 20%" off

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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easyJet sale is now on up to 20% off.

flight prices:
One way per person, based on one people travelling. Includes admin fee & airport taxes. Additional charges for baggage.

SALE

Up to 20% off seats: Seats discount based on one way pp. Selected routes to and from the UK. Sale ends midnight 20.1.20. For travel between 30.1.20 – 2.7.20. Correct at 23.12.19. Flight-only bookings not ATOL protected and ABTA membership does not apply.
Up to £200 off beach holidays: Maximum saving is per booking based on 2 travelling on selected ‘We Love’ beach holidays – see website for details. Travel from UK from 01.04.20. Promotion ends midnight 20.1.20. Limited dates and availability. Holiday prices may fluctuate during promotion period. Holidays sold by easyJet Holidays Limited, ATOL protected #11694 - see full details. ABTA Y6633
Discounts are not combinable, offers can be changed without notice.

Radio:
Prague, Venice and Lisbon from £29.99 one way per person.

6,099 seats to Prague, 3,644 seats to Lisbon and 7,307 seats to Venice for travel to 30.05.20. Limited availability. Correct at 16.12.2019

easyJet holidays:


* Holidays prices correct on 16 oct 2019, have limited availability, were correct and available on the easyJet holidays website. Prices are per person (pp) based on 2 people travelling and include an admin fee. Additional charges for baggage and transfers. For travel until 28 March 2020.

Best Price Guarantee: If you find a holiday with the same easyJet flights & accommodation (including board basis, property, number of people & room type) for less, easyJet holidays will match the price plus give you an extra £15 off per booking. The two prices you are comparing must be available when you contact us.
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10 Comments
Can't understand the negative votes for a sale. Maybe I'm missing something. Granted it's not the cheapest airline.
Negative voting is much to do with their pricing model. This idea of 'dynamic pricing' (ie. Where if other people are also looking at same route then prices increase) is absolute rubbish...

Also, the flights I was looking for were just under 600 4 days ago. I held off as I knew there was a 20% sale coming... But now the same flights are over 1000. Same in a lot of cases I've read on social media. I've been checking every hour I'm awake for the last 2 days to see if this 'dynamic price' will come down but it hasn't.
Edited by: "furry_paws" 24th Dec 2019
furry_paws24/12/2019 14:01

Negative voting is much to do with their pricing model. This idea of …Negative voting is much to do with their pricing model. This idea of 'dynamic pricing' (ie. Where if other people are also looking at same route then prices increase) is absolute rubbish...Also, the flights I was looking for were just under 600 4 days ago. I held off as I knew there was a 20% sale coming... But now the same flights are over 1000. Same in a lot of cases I've read on social media. I've been checking every hour I'm awake for the last 2 days to see if this 'dynamic price' will come down but it hasn't.


For me flights I was looking at have reduced in price. Also, I find people do not compare like with like for example with Ryanair you only get to carry on a small rucksack and if you add a cabin bag you pay at least £10 each way whereas with easyJet you get this free with unlimited weight.
furry_paws24/12/2019 14:01

Negative voting is much to do with their pricing model. This idea of …Negative voting is much to do with their pricing model. This idea of 'dynamic pricing' (ie. Where if other people are also looking at same route then prices increase) is absolute rubbish...Also, the flights I was looking for were just under 600 4 days ago. I held off as I knew there was a 20% sale coming... But now the same flights are over 1000. Same in a lot of cases I've read on social media. I've been checking every hour I'm awake for the last 2 days to see if this 'dynamic price' will come down but it hasn't.


Have you tried deleting or turning off cookies? I've found this can sometimes return the original price.
sydney87124/12/2019 14:27

For me flights I was looking at have reduced in price. Also, I find people …For me flights I was looking at have reduced in price. Also, I find people do not compare like with like for example with Ryanair you only get to carry on a small rucksack and if you add a cabin bag you pay at least £10 each way whereas with easyJet you get this free with unlimited weight.


I agree with this....but.... Easyjet have gone mad with their pricing recently. Gone are the days of 25 quid flights to Europe. Last 3 times I've priced easyjet flights the morning they were released they were 800-1200 for 4 people for Spain/italy. That's nuts when you can typically pick up similar ryanair flights for around 100-200 - unfortunately you have to wait longer for ryanair to release flights. The extra cost for baggage doesn't even touch the sides compared to easyjet.

Easyjet used to be a 'budget' airline. They still trade on their budget image but frankly BA, KLM, Air France etc would be embarrassed to charge the prices easyjet charge.
Regprentice24/12/2019 15:09

I agree with this....but.... Easyjet have gone mad with their pricing …I agree with this....but.... Easyjet have gone mad with their pricing recently. Gone are the days of 25 quid flights to Europe. Last 3 times I've priced easyjet flights the morning they were released they were 800-1200 for 4 people for Spain/italy. That's nuts when you can typically pick up similar ryanair flights for around 100-200 - unfortunately you have to wait longer for ryanair to release flights. The extra cost for baggage doesn't even touch the sides compared to easyjet.Easyjet used to be a 'budget' airline. They still trade on their budget image but frankly BA, KLM, Air France etc would be embarrassed to charge the prices easyjet charge.


Not sure where you were looking to go here is an example of what I found.
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sydney87124/12/2019 15:24

Not sure where you were looking to go here is an example of what I …Not sure where you were looking to go here is an example of what I found.[Image]


Thanks for looking. I'm looking to fly from edinburgh, typically during school holidays (I've two young kids and my wife works in a school).

I usually use skyscanner to find flights and for a small holiday I'm happy to go wherever the cheap flight/hotel combinations take me. I also use on the beach, holiday pirates etc to find holidays as they are usually very good at finding the cheap combinations of flight and hotel.

The last few easyjet release days there have been massive threads on here with people comparing eayjets prices year on year. On the whole for 'peak slots' to common holiday locations they are typically as expensive or more expensive than 'premium' airlines.
Just booked Bristol to Sothern France for 38 quid return...not too shabby
Edited by: "rosstheboss1972" 26th Dec 2019
I'm looking at booking a holiday through Loveholidays and it's coming up with flying with Easyjet out and coming back with Ryanair. When I get to the luggage option it is saying that I can add up to 2 x 20 kg bags at £52 each I think it said. If I want to take one bag only, do I enter it only once or twice - I'm not sure if the £52 covers both the outward and return flight, or just one way only (seeing that two different companies are being used)? Thank you.
Sophiasky28/12/2019 23:06

I'm looking at booking a holiday through Loveholidays and it's coming up …I'm looking at booking a holiday through Loveholidays and it's coming up with flying with Easyjet out and coming back with Ryanair. When I get to the luggage option it is saying that I can add up to 2 x 20 kg bags at £52 each I think it said. If I want to take one bag only, do I enter it only once or twice - I'm not sure if the £52 covers both the outward and return flight, or just one way only (seeing that two different companies are being used)? Thank you.


Why don't you book the hotel and flights separately? It'll work out cheaper in my experience . This way you can decide exactly the flights and luggage options. When your selected holiday comes just press the tab which says hotel only and book the hotel. Then go to easyJet and Ryanair web sites and book your flights. Try and experiment with dates and times you may get even cheaper flights on other dates.

One more thing on the return flight when booking via Ryanair price will be in Euros make sure you use a fee free credit card like Clarity and reject the exchange rate conversion offered by the airline.

Also, loveholidays is not always the cheapest so go into TripAdvisor and Trivago and search for the hotel you are going to book with the dates it will come back with the cheapest sites.
Edited by: "sydney871" 29th Dec 2019
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