TUI are offering £100 off their September package holidays, with trips to Italy, Greece and Portugal – all on the UK's 'safe' list for travel.
The tour operator, who has recently released more flights to Portugal following increased demand, is slashing prices of trips for all of next month.
From today, Brits can save the £100 on any package holidays over £1,000, with the code SEPT100.
This includes package holidays with flights and accommodation, but isn't valid for hotel or flight-only bookings, or ski bookings.
Here are just some of the deals where you can save another £100 from the total price as long as it costs more than £1,000 overall, luggage and transfers included, when travelling next month:
Self-catered or half-board TUI holidays
- Seven nights in Portugal with return flights – from £299pp
- Seven nights in Turkey with return flights – from £311pp
- Seven nights half-board in Italy with return flights – from £401pp
- Seven nights with breakfast in Portugal with return flights – from £466pp
All-inclusive TUI holidays
- Seven nights all-inclusive in Turkey with return flights – from £483pp
- Seven nights all-inclusive in Turkey with return flights – from £533pp
- Seven nights all-inclusive in Greece with return flights – from £678pp
- Seven nights all-inclusive in Greece with return flights – from £690pp
From September 1, you can also save money when booking a cruise holiday with TUI's new river cruise excursions.
Any cruise holidays between March 1, 2021, and October 31, 2021, are eligible, as long as booked in September.
Using the code RIVER200, you can save £200 on any bookings over £1,000.
Originally scheduled to launch this summer, they were delayed due to the pandemic, and will now set sail from November 26.
The three TUI ships – Isla, Skyla and Maya – are adults-only, and have been revamped inside.
On-board are two restaurants featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the water, where guests can enjoy fine dining at Verdastro or more casual dining at Bistro, along with two new cocktail bars.
Guests can choose from seven kinds of cabins, which include solo cabins and 36 more luxurious suites with walk-in wardrobes and private balconies.
TUI will also cover all medical expenses and repatriation costs for Brits who test positive for coronavirus on holiday.
The tour operator will pay for any tests and health treatments, as well as any extended hotel stays enforced due to the virus.
The offer is part of the holiday company's Holiday Promise, which will only sell holidays without strict restrictions and changes for tourists.
They explained: "As part of TUI’s new Holiday Promise, the UK’s biggest tour operator commits to only operating holidays where it’s able to guarantee an enjoyable, relaxing and safe holiday without significant changes at their destination."
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