The best Emirates’ Black Friday deals – far flung destinations for a bargain price

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Black Friday deals offer some fantastic savings for thrifty holidaymakers. And while there are plenty of UK holiday bargains and many days out experiences on sale, Britons looking for an overseas holiday can also save money at this time of year.

Emirates’ Black Friday sale has seen the airline release some “Featured Fares”. 

The fares are available through to the end of the month, but exact dates vary, so Britons should be careful when booking.

Some of the flights on offer will see Britons pay £389 for a return London to Dubai.

Holidaymakers dreaming of Asia can also get some great prices from London.

For Thailand, a return to Bangkok starts from £455.

And a return to Phuket starts from £555.

A return to Manila, in the Philippines, starts from £625.

And travellers’ favourite, Bali, can be flown to with a return from £625.

Britons who wish to go to Africa and explore the continent and all it has to offer can also get some great prices.

A safari is on many people’s bucket lists.

Kenya often comes to mind for wildlife encounter, and a return flight to Nairobi starts from £449.

To jet off to South Africa, a return starts from £499.

Further afield, a return to Sydney starts from £825.

Australian boarders are slowly reopening, but Britons looking to book flights to far flung countries should check the latest travel requirements.

Holidaymakers will want to check both the UK and their destination’s Governments’ advices.

After almost two years without travel, Britons may wish to splurge on a bucket list holiday to the Seychelles or Mauritius.

Return flights to the Seychelles start from £535.

Mauritius flights start from £605.

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