Jet2 and TUI 2021 summer sale has more than a million free kids' places

JET2 and TUI have launched their summer 2021 sale with more than a million Free Child places on offer.

This means for your summer holiday next year, you can enjoy a number of freebies to make your trip cheaper.

Kids are eligible for the Free Childs place as long as they are accompanied by two full-paying adults.

The age of the child depends on the hotel, but some allow kids to be free up to the age of 16.

Jet2 have up to a million Free Kid holidays on offer next year, while TUI have around 400,000 remaining.

  • TUI holidays with Free Child places in July 2021 – book here
  • Jet2 holidays with Free Child places in July 2021 – book here

The Free Child holidays include free flights, hotel stays as well as transfers, food and drink for the one young traveller included.

Jet2 even offer up to 22kg baggage allowance for free for the free child as well.

The board package included depends on the board being offered by the hotel, and one child per two parents are included in the hotel stay.

Both Jet2 and TUI offer all of the perks, with other experiences and activities also on offer depending on the resort.

TUI deals include seven nights in Spain for £488pp or seven nights in Greece for £493pp, both with the Free Childs place.

Families have been warned to start booking their summer holidays for 2021 already, according to one travel expert, to get the best deals.

Quash Quarantine spokesperson Paul Charles advised that not only will countries have adapted to welcome holidaymakers safely, but tour operators are offering bargain deals to encourage bookings ahead of the winter season.

He told Sun Online Travel: "Travel agencies are needing some money to tide them over, so they are offering some very good deals right now.

"I think now is the time to book because you’ll guarantee decent prices before hypothetically they rise closer to next summer."

Desperate travel companies are already selling cheap holidays to Spain for next year including Benidorm, Majorca and Tenerife.

EasyJet's commercial director Alex Lofus added: "Hoteliers are offering unprecedented prices so popular destinations which would be difficult to book for availability or for being too expensive are now available."

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