Travel Deals, Sales and Bargains to Look Out For Now

‘Tis the season to be jolly. That’s right, it’s travel sales season – and you could get huge discounts off trips for 2023 and beyond. Cheaper flights, trains, cruises, hotels, rentals, packages and more are all ripe for the taking.

Prime travel sale season lasts from Black Friday all the way through to the January sales. From flights and accommodation to package trips, below are all the travel deals to know about right now.



Package holiday provider TUI has a range of early bird deals on holidays throughout 2023 and 2024, including destinations in Egypt. Check out all the deals here. Ends December 25.


Infants and children go free on certain package trips by Jet2holidays, while solo travellers get £30 ($36) off and single parents get £60 ($72) off. See all deals here. Expires December 25.

easyJet Holidays

easyJet’s package holiday arm is offering up to £300 ($361) off trips lasting all the way up to October 2024. Find out more deals/promotions”>here. Ends December 25. is offering flight/hotel package deals with discounts of up to £300 ($361) and reduced deposits. Destinations include the Maldives, Crete, Rome and Edinburgh – see more here. Ends January 31. 

Virgin Atlantic 

Virgin Atlantic Holidays – that’s the airline’s package holiday branch – is offering discounted trips to USA and Caribbean destinations such as New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Jamaica and St Lucia. Check out all the deals here.


British Airways 

BA is offering a variety of discounts on both long- and short-haul trips to destinations around the world. Find a full range of discounts on the website here. Ends December 31.



Save up to 20 percent on Hilton hotels throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East by booking here. Expires January 31.

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