Flights to Italy, Thailand and the US are selling for just £1.99 – but you’ll have to be quick – The Sun

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IF you’re thinking about heading to Italy, Thailand or the US this year, don’t book your flights just yet.

Over the next couple of weeks, Brits will have the opportunity to snap up return tickets to these destinations for just £1.99.

 Flights to your next holiday could be just £1.99


Flights to your next holiday could be just £1.99Credit: Digital Vision – Getty

But you will have to be quick as only 100 tickets are offered for Bangkok (25), Bologna (50) and New Orleans (25).

Brits hoping to buy the £1.99 flights will have to log onto to pre-register their interest between 7pm and 8pm on specific dates.

For Bologna, it’s June 27; Bangkok it’s July 4; and New Orleans it’s July 11.

The lucky individuals will then be picked at random and be contacted to pay for the flights, which include a checked luggage.

You will have to pay all the other fees for your holiday, including accommodation and food.

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The flights are departing from London only, with flexible travel dates between now and March 31, 2020.

But unfortunately public and UK school holidays are not available, and the whole of the Christmas and New Year period is out.

The bargain fares are part of a promotion by Walkers Sensations, who have partnered up with to promote new crisps flavours, which are inspired by the destinations.

For Brits looking for a cheap getaway, a luxury Maldives resort is offering a free holiday for an intern who will help rescue sea turtles with them.

There’s also a free holiday to Spain up for grabs, but you’d have to participate in a TV show.

Sun Online Travel previously reported how the Nordic country of Finland was offering free holidays to Brits so they can learn how to be happy.

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