Wowcher’s £99 Mystery Holiday is back – and you could end up in the Caribbean

WOWCHER has launched their popular £99 Mystery Holiday deal – and destinations in the Caribbean are on the list.

The bargain offer will let lucky winners travel half-way across the world for under £100, as well as offering other short haul getaways.

You could spend five nights in the Bahamas or Barbados - for £99 each


You could spend five nights in the Bahamas or Barbados – for £99 eachCredit: Alamy

There are more than 40 destinations available, with the best options being five nights and return flights to Barbados or the Bahamas.

Other great deals include seven nights to Bodrum in Turkey, on an all-inclusive deal with other two to three night deals across Spain, France and Greece.

  • £99 Wowcher Mystery Holiday to Europe or the Caribbean – book here

The £99 deal is for travel between September 2020 and March 2021. For holidays between April and July 2021, the deal costs £129 per person.

Caution is advised, however, that travel rules could change at the last minute depending on the destination – as seen in Spain with a two-week UK quarantine enforced at the last minute.

The Wowcher deal includes weekend breaks across Europe too


The Wowcher deal includes weekend breaks across Europe tooCredit: Alamy

However, Wowcher claim that if a destination is chosen which is on the ban list then a “suitable alternative” will be offered.

The fine print states: “In the event that government-issued advice advises against travel to your Mystery Destination due to the coronavirus pandemic, Weekender Breaks will offer you alternative destination options.”

Hand luggage is included and the holidays are ATOL protected.

The draw will take place on August 14 so you have to be quick.

Holidays to Europe have plummeted in price due to the pandemic, as hotels and airlines slash costs.

Brits can even get £99 holidays in the Med, including flights and hotels, for the first time in decades.

TravelSupermarket’s Emma Coulthurst said that prices this low to Europe haven’t been seen in more than 20 years.

She told Sun Online Travel: “These are the sort of prices which you sometimes were lucky enough to get last minute at the start of the season in May in the early 90s – you’d go into a travel agent and ask what they had for later that day or the next day.

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