There’s only really one thing on my Christmas list this year, (well other than 10 minutes peace and quiet but that’s about as realistic as asking for a unicorn). All I really want is a holiday, I’m not sure what yet, maybe somewhere hot so we can spend a week lazing on the beach with the children, or perhaps a city break as a couple. I was really excited when Jet2 began flying from Birmingham this year as it meant we had affordable holidays right on our doorstep.
This year Christmas really has come early as you can win a holiday with Jet2holiday. Every day from the 1st to the 26th of December, you could be in with a chance of winning a Jet2holiday! All you’ve got to do is head to www.Jet2holidays.com/advent, correctly answer a holiday-themed question, and you’ll be entered into the free prize draw. If you preregister today then you get an extra chance!
Jet2.com were kind enough to send us a lovely hamper of goodies to get us in the Christmas spirit. There was everything you need to celebrate Christmas to the full.
We have our own advent calendar to open featuring the cute elf mascot of Jet2.com. It will remind me to enter the competition. I definitely want to be in with a chance to win one of the 26 holidays.
We had a lovely time drinking hot chocolate and planning where everyone would like to go. Although I knew you could book flights with Jet2.com I didn’t realise that you could also book the whole holiday including the hotel. We spent a lot of time this weekend dreaming about villa breaks. I didn’t think a villa holiday was affordable on our budget but looking at the website I think it’s definitely achievable. You can’t ask for a better Christmas present than that!
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