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Assuming the average weekly spend per person on alcohol is £44 or £176 a month, it won’t take long to put money aside for flights. And if you’re prepared to give up for longer, you’ll soon have enough to pay for an entire holiday.

Cheap flights and/or holidays can be had with all operators from East Midlands Airport. All flight prices are return. Holiday prices (where shown) are based on two people sharing. (*Prices correct as of 06.01.20 and subject to availability).

Ryanair (flights only)

  • Knock (January) – £19.98
  • Budapest (March) – £42.98
  • Rome (April) – £107.98
  • Rhodes (July) – £233.98

Jet2.com (flights and holidays)

  • Faro in (February) – £108.00 / 3-night holiday – £245.00 self-catering
  • Dubrovnik (May) – £163.00 / or holiday – £436.00 half-board
  • Verona (June) – £172.00 / or holiday – £488.00 B&B
  • Malta (October) – £194.00 / or holiday – £427.00 B&B

TUI (flights and holidays)

  • Alicante (January) – £67.00
  • Kavos (Corfu) holiday (August) – £428.00 self-catering
  • Rhodes holiday (September) – £361.00 B&B

Balkan (holidays)

  • Ski holiday in Bulgaria (January) – £292.55
  • Bulgaria holiday (June) – £359.55 B&B

Heidi Barlow, East Midlands Airport’s Head of Marketing, says: “Flying off somewhere doesn’t have to be expensive. For the same price as the average weekly spend on your favourite tipple, you could travel to a European city, for example. Not only will you it broaden your mind but you’ll feel great having given up alcohol for a few weeks.”

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