Ryanair launches 'Buy One, Get One Free' flights sale in time for Black Friday 1 week ago

Ryanair launches 'Buy One, Get One Free' flights sale in time for Black Friday

Plane and simple...

Are you stuck for getting a loved one a Christmas present?

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Maybe want to surprise a friend overseas over the winter?

Or are you just absolutely dying to go on another holiday again?

If any of the above three reasons, or many more, apply, then you might be interested to know Ryanair has just launched its ‘Buy One Get One Free’ Black Friday sale.

One million seats are available across 1,000 top European destinations on the Ryanair network. The offer applies to flights between 1 December and 18 February 2022.

Ryanair has been running sales all week as part of Cyber Week, but this sale is set to be its biggest of the year.

The sale will be ongoing between 2pm on Thursday until midnight on Friday (26 November).

Commenting on the sale, Ryanair's Director of Marketing, Dara Brady said: “Black Friday has come early at Ryanair as we unveil our amazing ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offer, with 1m seats available for travel across 1,000 routes from 1 December ’21 to 18 February ’22.

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"Customers can book a well-deserved city break or a long overdue holiday and bring a plus one completely free – the ultimate Black Friday bargain!

"We’ve no doubt that this amazing offer will be snapped up quickly, especially with Christmas in near sight, so we encourage customers to act fast and visit the Ryanair.com website before midnight Friday 26 November to avail of this brilliant Black Friday offer.”

To check out all of the potential future holiday destinations, the details can be found on Ryanair's website.

Aer Lingus has also announced a "Black Fly-Day" sale of its own happening this week, with reductions on flights to North America and popular European ski destinations.

Irish people are expected to spend upwards of €25,000 a minute over the weekend on Black Friday sales, with AIB expecting to see a 232% increased in transactions on Friday alone.

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