YOU can get flights to Spain with British Airways for just £1 – but there's a catch.
Many Brits will be looking for ways to save money on their next break, with most on a much stricter budget due to the cost of living crisis.
But the airline is giving customers the chance to buy flights to holiday hotspots in Europe for just £1.
Last month, British Airways introduced Avios-Only flights to Sharm El Sheikh and Geneva with both routes selling out in less than 24 hours.
Because of their popularity, the airline has introduced several otherAvios-Only flights to Tenerife, Lanzarote, and Barcelona.
On Avios-Only flights, customers use their Avios points to purchase their plane tickets.
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While these flights are exclusive to point holders, those passengers who only have enough points for a one-way ticket can buy their return ticket on another flight.
There are two route options available for 2023 including London Gatwick to Las Palmas between November 15 to November 22.
Meanwhile, in December, passengers will be able to fly between London Gatwick and Lanzarote for just £1.
For those holidaymakers who are already looking towards next year, three Avios-Only routes are also on sale for Easter.
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Between March 29 and April 7, Brits will be able to travel between London and three European destinations including Nice, Barcelona, and Tenerife.
Anyone who wants a £1 ticket will need to use their Avios points to purchase a Reward Seat.
British Airways customers will need at least 6,500 Avios points to snap up a seat.
But for those who want the £1 bargain, they'll need a minimum of 19,500 Avios points at their disposal.
You will need to visit the British Airways website to purchase the £1 flight.
While it may seem too good to be true, one woman has revealed how she paid just £1 to get to Paris for a two-day trip.
Mindy Athwal explained how she uses points accumulated on her credit card to save on her travel, so she can spend more at her destination.
She said: "I always use Avios air miles. I have a gold American Express card that converts points gained from everyday spending to any airline reward points.
"I use it for almost every purchase, big or small, bills where possible, fuel, and any large purchases, and I get points for expenditure I would make anyway."
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Another travel expert follows these three steps to keep their holiday costs down.
Booking a surprise holiday is another way to get a holiday for cheap.
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