TUI launches Boxing Day sale with up to £300 off holidays in 2021

TUI has launched their Boxing Day sale this year with bargains including £300 off 2021 holidays and huge Disneyland Florida deals.

Launching from today, families can start planning their holiday next year.

Using the code SALE, you can save between £100 and £300 per booking.

Holidays over £750 can be £100 cheaper, while holidays over £2,000 can be £200 cheaper.

Book a trip over £3,00 and use the code SALE for £300 off.

The offer is valid on all trips between May 1 and October 31 next year.

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Single parents or solo travellers haven't been excluded, with £200 off solo holidays in 2021 with SOLO2021, eligible on trips over £800.

It is valid from today until February 28.

Fancy booking hotels only? Save £30 on accommodation over £300 with code AOTOY3O.

While Disney World Florida remains off the cards for Brits due to the US border being closed to the UK, a holiday to the theme park next year is on many people's list.

Their Disney World deals include 14 Disney Park days for the price of seven, as well as a $200 gift card and four nights in a Disney hotel.

Families are urged to take out travel insurance to cover their holidays in case of last-minute cancellations due to coronavirus.

TUI has their own coronavirus cover which offers protection for any Covid-related costs, as well as free changes to holiday bookings.

From today, customers can make free booking changes made up until February 28 on holidays departing between May 1 October 31

Covid cover is included on all new bookings made in January and February for departures before April 31.

Other deals include easyJet and Jet2 sales which they launched ahead of Boxing Day.

While many parts of the world are closed off to the UK due to the new coronavirus strain, some holiday destinations are still welcoming Brits.

Here are the destinations off the list, at the time of publication.

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