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EasyJet Holidays launches mega 28-day all-inclusive break for just £650pp – and it includes your flights and booze

EASYJET Holidays has launched a whopping 28-day package – and it costs just £650pp.

The deal has been launched as an ‘Escape the UK’ holiday that is cheaper than the average UK household’s monthly winter energy bills.  

EasyJet Holidays has launched a huge 28-day all-inclusive package holiday deal
The break includes 28 days at the 5* Stella Gardens Resort in Egypt

The month-long stay is at the 5* Stella Gardens Resort in Egypt, with free spa and gym access.

It’s all-inclusive, so your breakfast, lunch and dinner along with any poolside snacks and booze are included.

There is even complimentary WiFi as well so you can still work out there, and free TV streaming.

With return flights from the UK and airport transfers included, the deal works out to a bargain of just £23pp a day.

And you’ll even get better weather than the UK – Egypt’s Makadi Bay sits at around 20C in December.

Matt Callaghan, easyJet Holidays’ Customer & Operations Director added: “With a growing number of Brits now searching online to see if they can escape abroad this winter, we knew we needed to try to provide consumers with a solution.

“We looked at everything an easyJet Holidays package deal has to offer, and have been able to confirm that yes, comparably, our new 28-day winter escape is cheaper than staying at home this year.” 

The deal goes on sale from 10am via the easyJet Holidays website here.

Lynn Beattie, an ACMA management accountant, conducted research using data from ONS which found the holiday is £227 cheaper than staying in the UK.

She added: “While escaping abroad does not make all our financial commitments disappear, it’s startling to know that like for like, it’s cheaper to buy an all-inclusive holiday than stay in the UK this winter.”

It comes as the National Grid warned that there might not be enough power for the country if the energy crisis continues.

Power cuts could become a regular occurrence during the coldest nights of January and February if electricity generators run out of gas.

And energy bills are now predicted to hit as high as Â£5,000 in April.

The weather in Egypt is also much warmer than the UK, around 20C in winter

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