Easyjet - 5 Euros per person each way discount if booking in euros
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Easyjet - 5 Euros per person each way discount if booking in euros

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Why so cold...? if you're booking for 2 adults and 2 children, this is a saving of €40. With their exchange rate it doesn't work out at quite so much, but for me, booking for 2 people it made an actual saving of £6.59 compared to booking it in sterling and paying full price, so thanks!
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doesnt this depend what exchange rate your bank gives you when converting to sterling?
really cold from me, check your bank rate, mine was a terrible rate, I would have actually lost money doing this
Yes it does depend on exchange rate, but I was talking about the actual saving made!
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doesnt work even using euros on flights to lanzarote

There are no flights which are valid for this promotion currently in your basket.
Booked a flight to Amsterdam last week and another one just now in Euro's, with €10.- discount on each. Good deal!
this voucher code is still working for me so why expired? Otherwise would have heated this up for ya
I just used this to save 10 euros on a return flight. Can it be unexpired. Paying by Nationwide card allows no extra charges so a great deal for me.-
Aug 14th worked for me heat addded
only breaks even after card charges and exchange fees, alls this does is persuade mugs to make easyjets life easier.
got a great deal on flights because of this.

i have a card that doesn't charge on european transactions so worked out superbly for me.
brilliant saved on flights to Bulgaria :-) heat added.
Just used this to book one way from UK to Finland - worked, 5€ off the price, no questions asked.
I am just wondering if anyone has noticed this - sometimes it is cheaper to book in £s especially if booking a flight returning to the UK. Went out with RyanAir, back with easyJet. easyJet were quoting £22.99 one way but about £30 in Polish Zloty. I had to pretend to book a return flight and then remove the outbound flight to get the cheapest option. A lot of faffing about but save a few quid. I wonder why that is? Oh, and for once easyJet was the cheaper option!

It pays to try all combinations!
Used it again. Still working for me.
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