RYANAIR has launched a flash sale with flights to destinations including Spain and Italy for less than a fiver.
You'll have to be quick though as it ends tonight – and first come, first served.
Ryanair announced their 24-hour sale with £16.99 flights.
However, bargain flights can be found for even less in the sale.
This includes £4.99 flights to Santander in Spain from Manchester Airport, as well as flights to Trapani in Italy from London Stansted for the same price.
Even if you fancy somewhere else like Greece or Portugal, most of the flights can be found for less than a tenner.
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The sale ends at midnight but the flights can be booked for any time in May.
The best deals are those who book earlier rather than later, as they are subject to availability.
If you are lucky though, it means you could a holiday for less than a tenner.
You will have to pay extra for seats or your suitcase, as Ryanair passengers only get a small backpack to take onboard.
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If you aren't so lucky, thankfully there are other cheap flights out there if you still want a trip abroad.
Jet2 has announced they are adding more flights to Spain, Portugal and Turkey this summer, with fares starting from £29.
Or, holiday packages with Jet2holidays can be found for under £300, along with easyJet holidays.
You should still check the travel rules of the destination before booking a holiday, however.
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Some destinations still require Covid tests or vaccinations to enter – thankfully hotspots such as Spain and Portugal have started scrapping many of their Covid restrictions in recent days.
Both countries have said they are ending mandatory face masks indoors, while Portugal is also scrapping their passenger locator form.
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