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Skyscanner Black Friday deals 2022

Tick more travel off your bucket list by snapping up Skyscanner's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

Skyscanner already has a reputation for helping travellers find some of the best value flights around.

Expect Black Friday (26 November 2021) and Cyber Monday (29 November 2021) to showcase even lower flight prices. So stop dreaming and book that holiday!

Skyscanner Black Friday and Cyber Weekend deals. Plus, other travel deals:


Worldwide flights from $641 return

Available on select travel dates to China, Vietnam, Singapore, USA, Canada, Germany, Maldives, Mexico, Turkey, Philippines and more. Sample fare is Hong Kong-Taiwan. T&Cs apply.

What have Skyscanner’s Black Friday deals been like in pervious years?

Black Friday deals we’ve seen from Skyscanner in the past have included flights to Taiwan from $563 return, Philippines flights from $694 and China flights from $706 return.

Why we’re eyeing Skyscanner over Black Friday and Cyber Weekend

The online flight aggregator Skyscanner constantly has its finger on the pulse with some of the cheapest travel deals online.

It crawls though dozens of online booking sites to find you the very best price. Why do all the work when Skyscanner does it for you?

Searching for a cheap break? Select “Everywhere” as your destination and see where you can go at a top price. It’s what we do all the time. No, seriously.

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