YOU can get a free flight with Ryanair as the low-cost airline launches their buy-one-get-one-free sale.
The sale, which ends tonight, lets you get a free seat for your mate when buying any seat for yourself.
The deal includes selected routes on certain dates, ranging from September to December this year.
Destinations include Germany, Greece and Italy, all of which remain on the UK's safe travel list, as well as other destinations where you will have to quarantine on your return, such as Spain, France and Portugal.
Hungary, Poland, and the Netherlands are also all on offer.
It is the first time the airline has launched this kind of deal, which with flights as low as £7.99, means you can grab a bargain for less than a fiver each.
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They explain on their website: "This amazing offer applies to Value fare bookings with more than one passenger, travelling on selected routes to top destinations.
"So book your next break today and you’ll get a second ticket on the same flight for free."
However, the terms and conditions state that passengers who need to change their flight at a later date will be charged a Flight Change Fee, something which the airline has waived for other travellers in light of the travel restrictions changing at the last minute.
Passengers are also not placed together automatically and will need to pay extra for their seats.
Brits who are happy to risk quarantining back in the UK can take advantage of the deal, but families are cautioned about booking holidays abroad far in advance as more countries are placed on the quarantine list.
Greece and Italy are feared to be next as their daily cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people puts them in the "red zone" of risk.
There are not many countries left open to Brits without the mandatory quarantine, with Spain, France, Portugal and Malta just some of the locations currently off the cards.
Regional air bridges have also placed seven Greek islands on the quarantine list, along with mainland Portugal but not the Portuguese islands.
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