Ryanair Launches Massive Sale With Flights To Venice For Less Than £10
The budget airline has slashed the price of some flights to as little as £4.99 from a selection of UK airports, and is offering holiday-makers the opportunity to travel to a whole range of countries for under a fiver - from France to Sweden to Montenegro.
Yep, from airports across the UK, those looking to get a bit of winter sun can jet off for less than the price of a round at the bar, any time from now and the end of June.
You can fly from pretty much any airport in the country, from London to Liverpool to Belfast to Aberdeen - and the deal includes pretty much all of Europe's most buzzing cities.
One deal which has particularly caught our eye is the opportunity to jet to Venice, Italy, for just £9.99 from multiple UK airports, like Bristol and Manchester.
Imagine welcoming in Valentine Day's from a gondola on the Grand Canal? That would earn you some serious brownie points.
Plus, you can also jet to Barcelona, Spain, for £9.99 from several locations, including the East Midlands, Liverpool and London Stanstead.
Or, take a trip to Lisbon, Portugal, for as little as £13.99 from London Stanstead, and a very reasonable £18.99 from Manchester.
If you want to have a look at the full list of deals, you can do so here.
It's worth noting that you'll have to fly between now and the 30th of June this year to make use of the promotion.
Plus, the flights are only one way - so unless you fancy eloping elsewhere for good, you'll have to sort out your return travel, too.
If you want to take cabin baggage with you, as standard, only one small holdall bag comes included in your fare. But you can upgrade this for £20.85 which entitles you to priority boarding, a reserved seat and two cabin bags.
As is always the way with these flash sales, they're first come first serve, and will likely sell out fast - and you don't have long to book, as the last opportunity to make the most of the offer is this Sunday.
With flights this outrageously cheap, why not? Go, go go!
Featured Image Credit: Pxhere