TUI has a huge sale on holidays to Greece, Portugal and Spain for 2023

If you're already dreaming of your next holiday in the sun, there are currently some tempting bargains for the likes of Spain, Greece, Turkey and Portugal.

That's because travel giant TUI has slashed prices on heaps of holidays to these hotspots, as part of its latest sale.

The best part is that the deals are valid on breaks between May 1 and October 31, 2023, meaning that families are spoiled for choice with discounts during school holidays such as May half term, the summer holidays and October half term.

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When we took a look there were holidays starting from £236pp, and you can already check out all of the offers on the TUI website here.

It's worth noting that the size of the discount does depend on how much your booking total costs; you can save £100 per booking with a minimum spend of £1000, or save £250 per booking with a minimum spend of £2250.

But it's not just cheap holidays that TUI is offering in the deals bonanza.

The travel giant has also unveiled heaps of extra perks to help you make your budget stretch that little bit further such as free kids’ places, low deposits from £60 per person and £0 deposit on direct debit bookings made online.

As for the discounts of up to £250, these are applied before extras such as insurance, room upgrades and seat selection.

It's worth noting that the offers don't apply to accommodation only or flight only bookings. You can find out more and get the full T&Cs on

If you're after cruise holiday offers instead, then you'll want to check out Marella Cruises and TUI River Cruises both of which are currently offering up to £300 off sailings.

Looking for more cheap getaways? Head to our travel page which we regularly update with the latest deals, discounts and sales we think you'll love, as well as heaps of flight secrets from cabin crew and pilots to help you get the most bang for your buck.

For example, there are plenty of in-flight perks people don't think to ask for, but they could leave you having a First Class experience for the price of an economy ticket!


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