Ryanair is selling buy one, get one half price tickets across hundreds of European routes.
The budget airline has launched the Black Friday deal for flights leaving between November and February 15.
The tickets are available to buy until midnight tonight, November 25, and are only valid on certain fares.
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From London Gatwick the discount is available to Shannon, Cork and Dublin in Ireland, reports the Mirror.
Gdansk and Krakow are Polish destinations that are part of the deal for those flying from Birmingham, while Brummies can also get money off for flight to Barcelona and Malaga.
Those flying from Edinburgh can head to Copenhagen and Berlin with the 50% single ticket discount.
You can also nab tickets to Porto, Santiago, Lisbon and Prague from £16.99 as the airline flogs cheap tickets separately from its boy one get one half price deal.
From Liverpool discounted rates are available on flights to Stockholm, Brussels, Vienna, Dublin, Rome and Faro.
They'll set you back from just £14.99.
Anyone choosing to fly out from Bristol has a wider net of options – Barcelona, Krakow, Turin in Italy, Madrid, Cologne and Milan flights are all on offer from £16.99
Yorkshire folk flying out from Leeds Bradford can check out Bratislava in Slovakia, Gdansk Poland, Warsaw, Faro and Vilnus in Lithuania from £14.99.
All of this means you can bag some bargain flights and keep holidays cheap over the next few months.
Make sure to read all of the terms and conditions before booking a flight so you're not disappointed.
You can check out what other routes are covered by the discount on the Ryanair website.
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