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Martin Lewis reveals how Easyjet customers can get cheapest possible flights – but you’ll need to act fast

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Martin Lewis has revealed how holidaymakers can snap up the cheapest Easyjet flights for 2025 – but they’ll need to be on their toes.

The founder of Money Saving Expert told his 2.9million Twitter followers that the airline has launched its March to June 2025 ticket sales – and that to stand the best chance of bagging a bargain, it’s best to act fast.

He wrote: ‘Just heard Easyjet launching its March to June 2025 flights tomorrow [Tuesday] from 6am-ish.

‘Bagging them the moment they launch (browser refreshing type thing) is often (no guarantee) the way to get them at the cheapest possible rate.

‘Flights can rise by £100s even after a couple of hours of launch morning. So if you’re going to book, try early.’

Martin Lewis told his 2.9million Twitter followers that easyJet has launched its March to June 2025 ticket sales – and that to stand the best chance of bagging a bargain, it's best to act fast

Martin Lewis told his 2.9million Twitter followers that easyJet has launched its March to June 2025 ticket sales – and that to stand the best chance of bagging a bargain, it’s best to act fast

He added: ‘P.S – cheapest possible, doesn’t necessarily mean cheap, do check what a decent rate is before booking.’

Easyjet says that tickets can be booked now for departures up to June 15, 2025.

The airline is advertising 108 destinations from London Gatwick, with deals that include flights to Ibiza from £20.99, Amsterdam from £23.99 and Lanzarote from £35.99.

Martin (above) wrote: 'Flights can rise by £100s even after a couple of hours of launch morning. So if you're going to book, try early'

Martin (above) wrote: ‘Flights can rise by £100s even after a couple of hours of launch morning. So if you’re going to book, try early’

As a general rule, as the date of a flight approaches and more seats are sold, prices go up.

Cheapair.com revealed that fares change 49 times on average and change by an average of £34 each time.

The California-based firm urges passengers-in-waiting to book flights that take off mid-week.

The site said: ‘Mid-week flights (Tuesday and Wednesday) almost always offer the best value. Travelling mid-week should always be a consideration for the budget shopper.’

It added: ‘Flying on Wednesday will save you almost $100 (£80) versus Sunday – the most expensive day to fly.’

Does clearing browser history make any difference?

Cheapair.com is unequivocal, stating that the theory that clearing browsing history will magically show you the lowest flight prices is a myth.

The site said: ‘Airlines don’t track your searches so they can raise the prices on you next time you come around.’

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