Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020 Traveling to Greece

Aegean Airlines Black Friday Sale – Up to 60% Off International Flights Next Year

Written by Charlie

This year, Aegean Airlines has a slightly different Black Friday sale. Instead of miles, they are discounting all international flights up to 60% off (for most months next year).

Aegean Airlines, like all airlines, has been having a difficult time this year. Normally, they have a Black Friday sale that involves a special sale on miles but this year they are trying to lock people into tickets for next year. To that end, they are discounting international flights up to 60% off.

Aegean Airlines Black Friday Sale

Link: Aegean Airlines Black Friday Sale

Aegean is waiving all change fees on all fare classes for tickets booked through December 7 so that means you can book any of these sales now and change the ticket later without a change fee. However, you will have to pay a difference in fare which could be high since these sale prices are so low. But, at least you could keep the value of the ticket for another trip if a planned trip next year does not work out.

Here are the details about this Aegean Airlines Black Friday sale. Note that this is a tiered discount sale, based on departure date:

  • The offer is valid for direct and connecting flights from all international destinations to Greece – for one way and return flights.
  • The offer is valid for flights operated by AEGEAN and bookings until 29/11/2020 and for travel from 01/03/2021 until 30/10/2021.
  • The 60% discount is applied on all flights between 01/03/2021 – 31/03/2021.
  • The 50% discount is applied on all flights between 01/04/2021 – 30/04/2021.
  • The 40% discount is applied on all flights between 01/05/2021 – 30/06/2021.
  • The 30% discount is applied on all flights between 01/07/2021 – 30/10/2021.
  • The 30%, 40%, 50% & 60% discounts are applied on all fares and fuel surcharges.
  • Must book by November 29, 2020

Greece needs a huge travel rebound for summer visitors next year. If you want to try and start planning such a trip now, you could get a nice discount. If you do make it to Greece next year, you will probably find a lot of deals since they will do their best to attract tourists – and the beautiful views and food may need a little help from discounted prices to make it happen.

 

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

2 Comments

  • I am sorry but this is a joke.
    I just tried to buy 2 tickets , for an adult and one small child, from Stockholm to Thessaloniki for next May. Normally there is a total cost of about 400 – 500 euros which is still a lot but anyway..

    For the dates that I chose I got a price of 1000 euros. So I selected the flexible calendar and found out that the lowest price is available only on Sundays and that if I select a trip “Sunday to Sunday” it is going to cost me about 500 euros.. which is the price that I usually get without this “amazing” Black Friday deal.

    Luckily there is Ryanair.

    • That’s strange! I know taxes/fees/airport fees often can be a factor but not at all if this is the normal price you are seeing. Plus, Thessaloniki is a much better price for airport fees than Athens.
      Really too bad! But, that is the time of the Orthodox Easter as well so even “sale” prices may be more inflated.

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