Martin Lewis issues Easyjet flights warning as customers have hours to bag 'cheapest possible' prices

Easyjet is due to slash prices in an early Summer sale kicking off on Tuesday
Easyjet is due to slash prices in an early Summer sale kicking off on Tuesday -Credit:No credit

Martin Lewis has issued an urgent warning to Easyjet customers, advising them to act swiftly as the budget airline is set to release its March to June 2025 flights tomorrow (Tuesday, May 21) from around 6am. The money-saving expert highlighted that early birds could save a significant sum, with flight prices potentially soaring by hundreds of pounds just hours after tickets go on sale.

In his message to followers, Martin Lewis stated: "Just heard Easyjet launching its March to June 2025 flights tomorrow from 6am-ish. Bagging them the moment they launch (browser refreshing type thing) is often (no guarantee) the way to get them at the cheapest possible rate."

He then warned: "Flights can rise by £100s even after a couple of hours of launch morning. So if you're going to book, try early."

Adding a note of caution, he also said: "PS Cheapest possible, doesn't necessarily mean cheap, do check what a decent rate is before booking", reports Belfast Live.

The financial guru has previously shed light on how Easyjet's 'dynamic pricing' strategy works, explaining that prices start low and increase as more seats are booked. In a recent video, Martin Lewis urged quick action, saying: "This is an urgent heads-up if you fly easyJet because there is an opportunity to get far, far cheaper prices than normal but you're going to have to be quick."

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Martin Lewis has shared news of an upcoming flight deal that could potentially shave £100s off your holiday bill
Martin Lewis has shared news of an upcoming flight deal that could potentially shave £100s off your holiday bill -Credit:ITV

He elaborated on the airline's pricing model: "Now you may know that EasyJet has demand pricing. So pricing is dynamic based on how many people are trying to buy tickets for a flight. If there's a lot of demand the price goes up, if there's less demand the price goes down. So usually the very cheapest point is exactly when flights are launched."

This isn’t the first piece of holiday booking advice Martin has given his followers either, as earlier this year, the ITV star also urged holidaymakers to book travel insurance the moment they book a trip away, to avoid being landed with hefty bills should the worst happen.

Speaking on his award winning Money Show Live show back in January, Martin urged people to take out cover “as soon as you book” a trip away. Martin told his viewers: "You must get your travel insurance ASAB - as soon as you book. If you've already booked and you don't have it - now. The reason for that is simple."

Martin then added: "Now let me tell you every year I get people who have been diagnosed with cancer and are having chemotherapy or terminal cancer, I've had people who've been paralysed, and they get in touch with me and they say 'I can't go on my holiday, what do I do?

"And they say, I don't have travel insurance, can I cancel? Well look, unless you've got flexible booking, I'm going to say something that sounds very trite but I just want you to understand. You can't expect the hotel or the flight company to give you your money back. If you bought a tennis racket and you broke your arm you can't say the tennis racquet is faulty. The tennis racquet is still working.

"The flight is still available, the hotel is still available, they're not going to give you your money back, that's why we have travel insurance, to cover us not just for when we're on holiday but in case something happens that stops us going on holiday. Otherwise you get stuck like that. Please, ASAB."