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easyJet Holidays launching 28-day all-inclusive holidays ‘cheaper than staying at home'

Gabriella Ferlita

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easyJet Holidays launching 28-day all-inclusive holidays ‘cheaper than staying at home'

We’re all feeling the pinch right now. Just when we thought we could have a break from the cost of rising energy bills, fuel and even butter, the pound decides to crash to a record low.

But rather than being stuck at home in a mental battle with the central heating, how about living abroad for a month? Check out one way you could save money by travelling here:

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We’re not talking backpacking and roughing it in a bid to save money; easyJet Holidays is launching a 28-day all-inclusive holiday which it claims is ‘cheaper than staying at home’ - over £200 cheaper, to be exact.

The travel company says its ‘Escape the UK’ holiday package is cheaper than the rising cost of the UK household’s monthly winter bills.

Priced at £650 per person for an entire month, the all-inclusive bundle includes travel, accommodation, food and costly outgoings like broadband and gym membership (score!)

Fancy living abroad for a month? Credit: Easyjet handout
Fancy living abroad for a month? Credit: Easyjet handout

With no fuel bills, petrol costs or grocery bills to pay whilst you’re holidaying it up, the holiday comes out a staggering £227 cheaper per person than staying in the UK according to ONS data, which was looked at by a personal finance expert, according to the company.

The data shows that the average person spends £877 per person, per 28 days on bills like rent, gas and electric, water, entertainment streaming services, food shop, takeaways and dinners out, Wi-Fi and travel expenses.

But Brits who swap out their bills over this period and book a 28-day stay in the five-star Stella Gardens Resort in Egypt will instead enjoy all-inclusive meals at the world-renowned resort restaurant.

On top of this, a free spa and gym membership will be waiting for you, as well as free Wi-Fi and TV streaming services.

And for all those peckish moments, snacks and a bottomless supply of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are also on offer to holidaymakers.

EasyJet are launching a 28-day all-inclusive holiday to beat the cost of living crisis. Credit: Easyjet handout
EasyJet are launching a 28-day all-inclusive holiday to beat the cost of living crisis. Credit: Easyjet handout

The brand says the forgiving price is based on flights departing from London Gatwick and Bristol on 3 January 2023, while in Manchester and London Luton you’ll be jetting off on 4 January 2023 - meaning you can truly beat the winter blues.

The combined longer-length stay with Egypt’s dreamy 20°C average in the winter months in the balmy Makadi Bay makes it the perfect work-from-home getaway - just remember to turn your camera off whilst taking those Zoom meetings by the pool.

You could take your meetings on the beach. Credit: Easyjet handout
You could take your meetings on the beach. Credit: Easyjet handout

You won’t need to worry about stuffing all your favourite holiday wears into a tiny carry-on, either. As the price includes a 23kg hold bag per person for each member of your party you choose to bring along with you.

But honestly, if you wanted to solo-travel this one, we wouldn’t blame you.

Featured Image Credit: easyJet Holidays

Topics: Travel, Money

Gabriella Ferlita
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