Loveholidays Black Friday deals include week-long holiday for £33pp a night
Loveholidays has launched what it described as its “biggest ever Black Friday” promotion, with up to 30 percent off selected hotels and some holidays available from as little as £33 per person, per night. To give holidaymakers even more time to snap up a bargain, the online travel agent kicked off its sale on Friday, November 17 and is continuing on beyond Cyber Monday, with the sale coming to an end on November 30.
However, as is often the case with these low-cost deals, the best prices are likely to go first. That means, if you see a deal you love, you better act fast.
Loveholidays says “holidaymakers can travel with confidence” as all holiday bookings are ATOL protected.
Some of the best deals on offer include a week-long holiday to Tunisia in January 2024 for £229 per person which works out to be just £33 per person, per night. And, to top it off, the holiday not only includes flights and hotel, but also breakfast and dinner.
- You can view all of loveholidays Black Friday deals here.
You can find this deal, as well as some of our other favourites, below:
- Seven nights including breakfast and dinner at the five-star rated Iberostar Selection Kantaoui Bay, Port el Kantaoui, Tunisia, flying from Bristol with easyJet on January 15, 2024 – from £229 per person
- Seven nights all-inclusive at the five-star rated Be Live Collection Marrakech (Adults Only), Morocco, flying from London Gatwick with easyJet on June 16, 2024 – from £448 per person
- Seven nights self-catering at Malibu Park, Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Canary Islands, flying from Glasgow Prestwick with Ryanair on August 23, 2023 – from £468 per person
All deals are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Make sure you double-check the final amount before purchasing.
Customers should also note that terms and conditions apply and are listed on the loveholidays website.
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