If you haven’t booked a summer holiday yet, this is your chance for a cheap break.
Walkers Sensations (yes, the crisp brand) is selling 100 flights to Bangkok in Thailand, New Orleans and Bologna for £1.99.
The idea is that it’s the price of a packet of Walkers Sensations but it’s also an amazing deal.
There is a catch – there are only a limited number available and they are only available during three hour long slots over the next three weeks.
The first one, for 50 Bologna flights (including VAT, fuel and one item of checked baggage) starts tonight at 7pm through their digital travel agency.
Next week on 4 July, you can get one of 25 flights to Bangkok from 7pm.
And the final sale will be for 25 New Orleans flight at 7pm on 11 July.
Once the hour is up, people will be chosen at random.
By paying just £1.99, lucky winners will be able to book flights leaving from any London airport to Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, worth up to £220. Those going to Bangkok will be able to book from London to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) Airport worth up to £650 and the New Orleans flights are again from London to New Orleans, up to a value of £600.
All flights have to be booked at least one month in advance, before February 2020.
If you don’t manage to get a cheap flight, you will get a free one-month Premium trial to Jack’s Flight Club – the largest cheap flights members club in UK and Europe.
All the proceeds from the sale will be donated to charity.
Alison Kirk, Brand Manager, Walkers Sensations said: ‘At Sensations our snacks are inspired by flavours and recipes we’ve discovered from around the world. Nearly half of the people questioned said that they want to travel to try new and exciting food, so the launch of Sensations Global Travel aims to help people experience the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the delicious destinations Sensations are inspired by.
‘For those who manage to get their hands on one of the 100 flights, we hope that by reducing the price down to the cost of a packet of crisps, we’re able to unlock an exciting feast for the senses, giving them a chance to explore new and far-flung places.’
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