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    Tim Gouw, Creative Commons (2017) ©

Jack’s Flight Club: bargain holidays found for a fee

Almost half of Britons dream of travelling the world, but 86% don't know when they should be booking their trips to get the best deals. Helping to resolve this problem, Jack’s Flight Club is an email subscription service that sends members regular deals for dirt cheap airfares.

Location United Kingdom

Fancy a return ticket from London to Tokyo for just £248? What about Birmingham to Peru for £229? Or Edinburgh to Shanghai for only £212? These deals might sound too good to be true, but for subscribers to Jack's Flight Club – a newsletter that highlights bargain flights from UK airports – they’re a weekly joy. With Britons jetting off more than ever – they went on over 45 million holidays abroad in 2016 alone – it’s helping them get to their dream destinations for a fraction of the normal price. [1]





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