Ryanair Black Friday 2018: Latest deals reveal £30 off return flights
Ryanair Black Friday has already started with eight days of different offers all week.
Starting today, the airline will be offering great deals up until Cyber Monday (26 November).
Passengers can currently book return flights with £30 off, with the following currently on offer.
- London Stansted to Barcelona – £4.88
- East Midlands to Venice – £4.88
- London Luton to Copenhagen – £4.89
However, this will only valid until tonight, with the new deal for tomorrow (Tuesday) to be announced.
Destinations across Europe such as Spain, Norway, France and Germany are all on offer
Ryanair Black Friday deals
The cheap flights must be booked by midnight tonight to be part of the deal. Travel can be between April and September 2019.
Destinations across Europe such as Spain, Norway, France and Germany are all on offer.
One-way tickets are currently as cheap as £4.89 depending on availability.
Ryanair consistency offers reduce fares, meaning travellers could book return flights for as little as £9.78 return.
Travellers will have to make sure they pack light, however, as hand luggage can cost between £5-£6 depending on the package.
Ryanair Black Friday 2018: Flights are as little as £4.88 one way
Other airlines are yet to announce their own Black Friday deals ahead of Friday.
British Airways will be releasing their deals on Friday, but they have a number of cheap flights on offer.
This includes return flights and hotels to Prague and Vienna under £200, and return flights to New York and a hotel under £400.
EasyJet is also yet to announce their Black Friday deals.
They have released seats for flights up until Autumn 2019 for families wanting to book their half term holidays already.
Ryanair Black Friday 2018: Passengers can grab a different bargain every day this week
What is Black Friday?
Typically in the US, Black Friday follows the day after Thanksgiving Day and is seen as the first day of Christmas Shopping Season.
Often falling on the fourth Thursday of November, it has been a part of US culture since 1952.
The term ‘Black Friday’ was introduced in the early 2000s and has since become a part of shopping culture across the world.
Many retailers now offer bargains across the entire weekend, opening stores as early as 4am.
However, there are also often reports of violence and fights among shoppers during the period, with 10 reported deaths since 2006.