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There's Incredibly Cheap Flights If You're Willing To Travel On Friday The 13th

By AmyBell

September 21, 2017 at 1:57pm

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It's coming to the end of September and the holiday blues are truly setting in.

With everyone back in their daily routine and working, it can leave you wanting a weekend getaway to somewhere that little bit nicer than well, here.

And lucky for you, we've found some seriously cheap flights away over weekend October 13th on Skyscanner.

If you're willing to fly on Friday, October 13, a.k.a the day that a lot of people are superstitious of and deem a day of 'bad luck', you can bag yourself these seven amazingly cheap deals.

You would fly out of Dublin Airport on Friday, October 13 and fly back Monday 16, so if you're looking for a quick getaway, here's your chance!

1. Birmingham, UK (€22)

If you want to take a trip across the pond to Birmingham in the West Midlands of the UK this cheap as pennies deal is the one for you.

For just €22 you can get yourself a return flight to the city which hosts every chocolate lover's dream, Cadbury World, and if you want to go on a big shopping spree, you need to visit the Bull Ring.

Holiday 1

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2. London, UK (€37)

You can have a getaway to London, the capital city of the UK for next to nothing, plus the flight itself isn't very long either. 

It would take you longer to get from one side of Dublin city to the other. Seriously.

The city is renown worldwide and has the likes of Big Ben, The London Eye, Westminster Abbey and the West End for you to explore. 

It's the ultimate city getaway destination.

You can get return flights to Luton airport for just €37. Score!

Holiday London

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3. Brussels, Belgium (€40)

The stunning city in the heart of Belgium would make the perfect weekend away with your other half.

The city is renowned for its worldwide famous chocolate and beers. We can't imagine a better place to be...

For a bargain of €40 you can get return flights to the capital city.

You should definitely hit up Grand Place the famous sculptured town square, it's stunning.

Mini-Europe theme park is also pretty cool with its miniatures of famous worldwide monuments, sites and scenery of Europe.

Holiday 3

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4.La Rochelle, France (€43)

The coastal city in southwestern France is a stunning little town full of history.

La Rochelle has been the centre for fishing and trade since the 12th century with its Vieux Port and Les Minimes marina.

The historic town has medieval houses and Renaissance architecture, it screams character.

If you fancy a history getaway, you can get return flights for a bargain of €43. 

Holiday 4

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5. Manchester, UK (€44)

The UK city isn't just famous for its football teams, you know.

Manchester in the northwest of the UK is a big spot for shoppers and Irish people alike.

It has a historic 18th century canal system that you can visit and recall the city's days as a textile powerhouse and if you're a Manchester United fan, you need to visit Old Trafford. 

Be it for a match or just a tour of the grounds.

You can get return flights for just €44 that weekend. Yes!

Holiday Man

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6. Reus, Spain (€54)

A weekend away in sunny Spain? Eh, yes please!

The picturesque town  is the capital of Baix Camp, the province in Catalonia in Spain.

The area is truly beautiful and plays a big part in the production of wines and spirits. So you are bound to have a very merry time. 

Think of all the wine you would drink relaxing in the sun.

You can get return flights that weekend for just €54.

Holiday 2

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7. Edinburgh, UK (€58)

The hill capital of Scotland makes for a great, quick weekend away. 

The town has a mix of medieval with its Old Town and the elegance of Georgian New Town which has neoclassical buildings and stunning gardens. 

You really get the best of both worlds.

Why not visit Edinburgh Castle or go up Calton Hill which at the top, is full of monuments and memorials and gives a great view of the city.

You can get return flights to the Scottish city for €58.

Holiday Edinburgh

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The prices may vary depending on when you book, so you would want to be quick!

This is making us want to go away, will you book any of these flights?

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