TUI Black Friday 2018: Best UK deals, offers, discounts – what to expect

TUI has already listed a number of bargain holiday deals for Britons looking to book their next trip abroad.

Black Friday, taking place on November 23 this year, will be the best day to book a trip with airlines and package providers offering competitive prices.

Ryanair and EasyJet are likely to offer cheap deals and flights along with other hotel chains and tour operators.

What holiday deals are TUI currently offering for Black Friday?

TUI Black Friday holiday deals:

Hotel Flamingo Oasis, Costa Blanca, Spain, seven nights all inclusive – £299pp (was £436pp)

Protect Bonaire Aparthotel, Majorca, Spain, seven nights half board – £290pp (was £517pp)

Riu Paraiso Lanzarote Resort, Lanzarote, five nights all inclusive – £329pp (was £481pp)

Tui Family Life Janna e Sole, Bardonia, Italy, seven nights all inclusive – £543pp (was £780pp)

Riad Dar Sbihi, Marrakech, Morocco, seven nights bed & breakfast – £434pp (was £882pp)

Quinta da Bela Vista, Funchal, Portugal, seven nights bed & breakfast – £437pp (was £880pp)

Hilton Cabo Verde Sal Resort, Sal, Cape Verde, seven nights bed & breakfast – £787pp (was £1298pp)

Skuggi Hotel, Iceland, seven nights bed & breakfast – £692pp (was £961pp)

Tui Family Life Bellevue Resort, Rabac, Croatia, seven nights all inclusive – £668pp (was £817pp)

Tui Sensimar Atlantic Belvedere Resort & Spa, Kos, Greece, five nights half board – £554pp (was £752pp)

What is Black Friday?

Typically in the US, Black Friday follows the day after Thanksgiving Day and is seen as the first day of Christmas Shopping Season.

Often falling on the fourth Thursday of November, it has been a part of US culture since 1952.

The term ‘Black Friday’ was introduced in the early 2000s and has since become a part of shopping culture across the world.

Many retailers now offer bargains across the entire weekend, opening stores as early as 4am.

However, there are also often reports of violence and fights among shoppers during the period, with 10 reported deaths since 2006.

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