Ryanair launches shock flash sale with 12% off ALL flights to celebrate Eurovision – but you have to act fast | The Sun

BRITS travelling to Europe this summer are in luck, as Ryanair offers 12 per cent off hundreds of flights in honour of Eurovision 2023.

The budget airline is slashing prices ahead of the competition tonight and offering customers the steal deal – but you have to act fast.

Special douze points will also be up for grabs within the flash sale.

This offer applies to Ireland, UK, Spain, Portugal, and Italy for all bookings made from today, May 13, to the end of June.

From July the bargain will be off the table, so be sure to check out the limited time deal quickly.

Ryanair’s Dara Brady said: “We’ve had record bookings from fans travelling to Liverpool this year for what has already been an exciting Eurovision song contest.

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"As part of the celebrations, we are running a special ‘douze points’ sale with 12% off all flights booked this weekend, Saturday, May 13 until Monday, May, 15, for travel until the end of June.

"So, make sure to visit Ryanair.com and book a trip to one of the incredible countries competing in tonight’s show with Europe’s No.1 airline.”

This comes as fans from across Europe travel to Liverpool to witness this year's Eurovision contest.

But, many are struggling due to the train strikes taking place as members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) have walked out at 14 operators across England.

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One commuter took to social media saying: "Well, I give up.

"Two changes of flights, train strikes and now I’ve arrived to Newquay Airport and my flight is delayed by 2.5 hours."

Whilst a second added: "So sad you have made your decision to strike to cause maximum disruption to hard working people and the Eurovision Song Contest."

Graham Norton will host and take turns with comedian Mel Giedroyc in the Eurovision commentary box during The Grand Final tonight, which starts at 8pm.

Last year's runner up, Sam Ryder, 33, is also set to perform during the interval and will be accompanied by Queen drummer Roger Taylor, 73.

The full running order has also been shared, while the latest odds on competition winners have too been revealed, with Israel joining the front runners, according to Ladbrokes.

With just hours to go until the final gets underway, the bookies have been forced to SLASH odds from 20/1 to just 9/1 on Noa Kirel going all the way with 'Unicorn', making her third-favourite behind Sweden (1/2) and Finland (5/2).

Elsewhere, Ukraine are 12/1 shots as things stand, ahead of Belgium (20/1) and Spain (28/1), while the UK are out at 40/1 as things stand.

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