Jet2holidays has announced that its ‘Bid for a Break’ campaign will return this September with a new holiday to bid on every weekday and weekend throughout the month.
Relaunching on 1st September, a total of 30 holidays will be available throughout the month, and a new holiday auctioned off every weekday from Monday to Friday and one over every weekend.
Successful holidaymakers have bid on and secured getaways with Jet2holidays to destinations in the Canary Islands, Greece, Cyprus, Spain, the Algarve, and Turkey over the last three years, with winning bids starting from as little as 2p.
The first holiday to bid on will be a seven-night holiday for two adults and two children to the Aska Lara Resort & Spa in Antalya.
This will be followed by holidays to the Costa Blanca, Crete (Chania), Prague, Majorca and the Algarve, as well as many more.
Bidding opens daily at one minute past midnight Monday to Friday and closes at midnight that same day, with Saturday auctions open for an extended 48 hours and closing on a Sunday night.
To bid for a break, all holidaymakers need to do is download the Jet2 mobile app and add their bid to the nearest pence.
If their bid is the lowest, and nobody else has bid that same amount, they will purchase the holiday for the same price as their bid.
In addition, those who have a myJet2 account will be able to bid on a luxurious five-star Indulgent Escape every week.
Four holidays will be available to bid on from Jet2holidays’ Indulgent Escapes brand – a prestigious collection of hand-picked five-star hotels with unsurpassed standards of service, décor and attention to detail.
The Jet2 mobile app can be downloaded for free from the App Store or on Google Play. It can be used to search, book, and manage ATOL-protected holidays and award-winning flights in one handy place.
For further information on the campaign, please visit: https://www.jet2holidays.com/bid-for-a-break
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