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You may have only just returned from a summer holiday, already voicing your disapproval at the dismal British weather.
We all know how these things go: you've used up your allocated days off at work earlier in the year, and now you've wasted all your money on beer (admittedly at a beach somewhere hot). In other words, another trip away might not be on the cards.
However, it could be time to bag yourself a shrewd bargain, as Norwegian Air are holding a 15th anniversary sale, which has got some unbelievable deals.
#MondayMotivation "People don't take trips, trips take people." - John Steinbeck #FlyNorwegian pic.twitter.com/f0th3D9fQz
- Norwegian (@Fly_Norwegian) August 21, 2017
Perhaps the most eye-catching is that you could find yourself jetting off to America for as little as £99 ($128) each way, the Mirror reports.
The travel dates included are from 16 October 2017 all the way through to 16 March 2018, which means you could get yourself a decent winter break - maybe even a Christmas holiday, or even a Valentine's trip for you and your other half. Win-win, really.
If you're not quite down with the idea of heading to the US, don't worry: there are plenty other deals For example, you could jet off to Singapore for £135 ($175) each way, or a number of European destinations for £29 ($38) each way.
If you fancy a trip, you'll have to act fast - you only have until 18 September to cash in on any of these deals.
Obviously once people get word of this, seats will go quickly, so it's worth getting in while you can.
#Friday is the best day of the week. #FlyNorwegian pic.twitter.com/lnKZg4j0Nu
- Norwegian (@Fly_Norwegian) August 25, 2017
Unfortunately for anyone from Scotland or Ireland, to get the £99 flights you have to depart from either Belfast or Edinburgh, to places like Stewart International Airport.
But to go to Europe for £29, and come back on the same price on a plane that has in-flight Wi-Fi and live TV... surely that's the best deal?
What on Earth are you waiting for?