Hop on this cheap Wizz Air flight deal and fly from Eindhoven in the Netherlands to the Polish capital of Warsaw for just 25 euro return!
If you are seeking a relatively last-minute holiday, you can now fly from Eindhoven Airport (EIN) to Warsaw’s main Chopin Airport (WAW) for just 25 euro return.
Of course, the same price is also valid vice versa for those living in Poland who want to take a Dutch holiday.
The cheap flights of 25 euro only seem to be available in the months of November and (early) December. In the winter months of January, February and March of 2021, the ticket prices are however only slightly more expensive.
Do note that these fares are hand baggage only and you can only bring a small rucksack. If you want to travel with a trolley bag as hand luggage, or check in a bag into the hold of the plane, surcharges apply.
The cheap flights can only be booked on the Wizz Air website or app for this price.
The 25 euro return fare is only available to Wizz Air discount club members. If you are not a member of the Wizz Air discount club, you pay 10 euro more for each one-way flight.
If you are not yet a member of the Wizz Air discount club, you can easily register yourself today for the discount club and still make use of this offer.
What are the benefits of the discount club?
The Wizz Air discount club is Wizz Air’s membership programme in which members are given a guaranteed discount of 10 euro on each flight costing which they book. Membership is valid for one full year after purchasing it. The same discount is included for maximum one travel companion.
If you purchase group membership, the discount applies for up to five people. Wizz Air club members also profit from a 5 EUR discount on checked baggage purchased online.
Generally, you get the money out of it if you fly at least three one-way journeys a year on Wizz Air or are likely to require a checked bag on your flight.
Currently, travellers from the Netherlands can visit Poland without needing to go in self-isolation or quarantine. No negative COVID-19 test is needed to travel to Poland.
Face masks are however compulsory in Poland, even when venturing outdoors, and restaurants and pubs are (partially) closed.
If you are visiting the Netherlands you are strongly advised to self-isolate for 10 days, although this is currently not legally enforced. Pubs and restaurants are currently closed as the country has gone in a partial lockdown.
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