BRITS booking flights and holidays with easyJet this week may have discovered that the final cost for their break is cheaper than before.
This is because the budget-friendly airline has scrapped their £16 booking fee.
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As of October 1, the airline will no longer be applying the admin fee to bookings made on its website according to easyJet’s fees and charges website.
When you book flights now, the landing page will show zero for the booking fee.
The airline said that before this date, the admin fee was included in the flight price and was applied per booking.
It meant that if you’re booking just one flight, you’d be paying £16 yourself.
If you’re booking as a group, the fee would have been spread out between everyone.
For customers who booked flights before October 1, the booking fee cannot be refunded.
Last month, easyJet released their summer 2020 flights.
Some holidaymakers got up at 5am to snap up bargain fares, which were their cheapest at the point of sale.
But for those who got up later in the day, the cost of flights soared by hundreds of pounds, especially during the summer holiday dates.
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