TUI has announced the latest bargains you can take advantage of for Black Friday, with deals running all week.

From today, you could get up to £200 off your hols, or an extra £50 off your flights.

You could save up to £200 on your holiday in the TUI Black Friday sale

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You could save up to £200 on your holiday in the TUI Black Friday saleCredit: Alamy

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The Black Friday deal means you can save up to £100 when spending £800 on holidays, using the code BF100.

Spend £2,000 and you get £150 with BF150, and get up to £200 off if spending £3,000 with BF200.

While the sale ends on November 29, you can book holidays up to April 30, 2023, giving you more than two years to travel.

Some of the best bargains include seven nights at a Disney World or Universal Orlando hotel, with return flights, for less than £1,600 each, or less than £1,500 with the discount.

If you fancy some winter sun, you can get an all-inclusive week in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Jamaica or in Barbados in January 2022 for less than £1,500 each after the discount.

You can also save money on flights, with £30 off short haul flights and £50 off long haul flights, if travelling from January 1, 2022, to April 30, 2023.

This also expires by the end of the week, so can book until the end of the week.

Experts warn that the best day of the week to book holidays is on Tuesdays, it is better to secure a deal sooner rather than later.

Fancy a cruise holiday? There are savings on Marella Cruises as well with TUI, where you can save £300 per booking on all 2022 sailings, with no minimum spend.

The deal expires by November 29, but you can book a cruise up to December 31, 2022, using the CRUISEBF code, although this doesn’t include the Electric Sunsets cruise.

Despite Black Friday not taking place until November 29, many tour operators and airlines are already offering cheap deals.

We’ve rounded up some of the other travel deals you can take advantage of:

And Skyscanner has come up with some simple steps on how to sift through the spam and find the best flight deals.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is warning consumers to check deals carefully to make sure there’s financial protection and no hidden costs involved.

Buyers should check for crucial details like ATOL protection and hidden costs and make sure to book by credit card where possible, or risk being left out of pocket.

The Black Friday sale has discounts on flights and holidays, both long haul and short haul

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The Black Friday sale has discounts on flights and holidays, both long haul and short haulCredit: Alamy

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