How to get easyJet priority boarding for FREE if you're a Three customer

If you’re a pay monthly customer on Three then you can now get perks like priority boarding on easyJet for the next two years as the two companies have gone into partnership.

Three customers will get access to the airline’s Hands Free service, which lets you check your hand luggage in, board first after speedy boarding passengers and then be among the first to get your bags.

The service, which normally costs £5 per person, will be free on the outward leg of your journey.

Staff will swap your cabin baggage for a tote bag when you check the bag in at the airport, so that you can take any important belongings with you as hand luggage.

Dave Dyson, CEO of Three, said: “We want to give our customers the freedom to experience more, stay connected, and help them live their best lives."

He continued: “We have already led the way by abolishing roaming charges in 71 worldwide destinations – and this partnership is another industry game-changer.

“From Hands Free at the airport to roaming at no extra charge worldwide, we aim to kick-start your getaway with swagger.”

Last week, easyJet released its winter seats, with return flights to mainland Europe from £56pp.

Seats up for sale are until March 24 next year, so if you’re planning a winter break it’s well worth having a look.

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There are also bargains to be over the school holidays in October as well as over Christmas.

Destinations on offer include Crete, Bodrum, Corfu, Santorini, Berlin, Lanzarote and Agadir.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed the way to fly budget, but get perks like luggage, WiFi and legroom.

British travellers are also being hammered with roaming charges of £18 for using WhatsApp abroad.

You can also now use Netflix and other paid streaming services anywhere you want to in Europe.

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