Teletext launches huge 2021 sale with holidays to Spain, Turkey and Egypt from £256pp

HOLIDAYS may not be going ahead right now but that doesn't mean you can't be planning your next trip abroad.

Teletext Holidays has launched their Boxing Day sale to inspire your next holiday, with deals from just £256 per person.

With package holiday deals including return flights and seven nights in a hotel, you can book ahead to have something to look forward to in 2021.

Many of the deals include free airport transfers, with refundable rooms allowing free cancellations or amendments.

The biggest bargain is to Egypt which, while still on the UK quarantine list, can be your next destination for £256pp on an all-inclusive holiday.

If you don't mind a self-catered holiday, you can spend seven days in the Costa del Sol next April for £255 each.

  • Teletext holidays 2021 from £225 – book here

Bargains up to 55 per cent off are on sale to other destinations too including in Europe and to Turkey.

You can even head to Orlando next year for less than £500 per person.

Here are some of the best deals for 2021 holidays, all for under £500 per person:

  • Seven nights in Costa del Sol in April – from £255pp (save 44%)
  • Seven nights five-star all-inclusive in Egypt in April – from £256pp (save 41%)
  • Seven nights five-star all-inclusive in Turkey in May – £282pp (save 42%)
  • Seven nights all-inclusive in Majorca in April – from £291pp (save 51%)
  • Seven nights all-inclusive in Costa Blanca in April – from £324pp (save 42%)
  • Seven nights all-inclusive in Lanzarote in March – £332pp (save 55%)
  • Seven nights five-star all-inclusive in Crete in April – from £335pp (save 40%)
  • Seven nights in Orlando in June – from £487pp (save 35%)

Other sales you can take advantage of include easyJet and TUI who launched bargain holidays earlier this year.

A number of destinations have closed their borders to the UK due to the new coronavirus strain.

If you are in tier 4, you are also not allowed to travel abroad.

If you are in tier 1, 2 or 3, you are allowed to go on holiday abroad, with some destinations welcoming Brits still.

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