The clever hack that lets you book £9 flights to Europe | The Sun

A BUDGET airline is offering Brits the opportunity to book flights to Europe for just £9.

By signing up to a free loyalty scheme, holidaymakers can instantly get themselves access to discounts, including €10 (£8.50) off all flights priced €19.99 (£17) and above.

The Wizz Air Discount Club is open to everyone and the cheapest level is completely free of charge.

It entitles members to the €10 flight discount, as well as €5 (£4.30) off all checked in luggage.

Currently, on the Wizz Air site, there are deals available using the discount club membership, including flights to Faro in Portugal in October for £8.99 and to Athens for the same price in September.

Flights to Cyprus, Spain and Iceland are also available for under £20 using the discount club prices.

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However, there are more discounts available with paid membership options.

For £30 a year, holidaymakers can get the benefits for both themselves and for one companion.

Meanwhile, group membership is also available for £60 a year, which entitles the account holder and as many as five others to the same benefits.

Those wanting to book the discount club prices might have to move quickly once they've signed up, with only a certain number of cheaper rate seats available on each flight.

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To join, travellers simply need to select the flight for their reservation and add the annual Wizz Discount Club membership to their booking.

Wizz Discount Club memberships are active for one year calculated from the day of the purchase.

However, there are other ways to find cheaper fares online.

Tiktoker @ndainternet revealed a very simple method he uses for finding the cheapest flights.

 In a video, he said that he books through Google Flights, but when it comes to searching for a destination, he doesn't select one.

He said: "Don't put in a destination.

"Simply search on Google Flights and then don't put anything in the destination tab and then simply click the map."

By doing this, Google Flights will show you the cheapest airfares for several different destinations, allowing you to pick the cheapest one for a holiday.

Sun Online Travel put the hack to the test and it revealed return flights from London to Berlin for £40, to Athens for £46 and to Marrakech for £34, among many other deals.

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Meanwhile, a money expert revealed how the day you book and the day you fly can impact how expensive your flights are.

And this dad revealed how he keeps costs down on his family holidays.

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