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Direct flights to Barbados for a steal with TUI in Jan and Feb 🏝️

Saving £100s compared to other airlines! London, Birmingham & Manchester departures ✈️

from £300

Published by
Caitlin Moore·05/01/2024

Pirates, the last-minute bargain flights to Barbados keep on coming. Fly direct from London, Birmingham or Manchester to Bridgetown with TUI for £300 return.

Is it a good deal? Flying with other airlines on the same dates would cost you £500 return. In fact, one of our Pirates booked the NYE Barbados flights we posted last week and is now sunning it up on a white-sand beach.

What's the catch? Well, like we said, these flights are pretty last minute. But it does mean you're escaping the UK winter in exchange for 30C temperatures in Barbados, so is it really a catch?


  • Direct flights to Bridgetown, Barbados

  • Departing: London Gatwick, Birmingham or Manchester

  • Dates spanning Jan–Feb

  • Flights with TUI

  • Hand-luggage is included

How to book

Example booking for 11–25 January 2024

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Additional Information

We might be Pirates, but we’re an honest bunch. We check all our deals when we review them to make sure everything is available. Here’s the catch: with deals this hot, things change quickly: flight prices fluctuate, hotel rooms sell out, currencies yo-yo. Mainly, demand for the best deals means the lowest prices don’t last long. But, if you’ve missed out this time, don’t worry: we’re working on more great offers.



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