Peak season non-stop flights to exotic Barbados or St Lucia from £269pp

Please note that this deal has now expired.

TUI are selling off spare capacity for their February flights to Barbados or St. Lucia. I don't really need to tell you that you'd be mad not to swap grey UK February for sunny Bahamas February!

To book these flights, click through our link to Skyscanner, and then follow the link to TUI (even if the TUI option shows as more expensive). On the TUI website, you can then add a further discount code SKY10 to get an additional £10 off per person.

Be quick, I only expect these fares to last 3 or 4 days from now.

What's included

  • Return flight on a TUI 787 Dreamliner
  • 1 x in-flight meal
  • 1 x item of hand luggage
  • Checked luggage is at extra cost

Travel dates

24th February to the 10th March. Other dates are available - click through to Skyscanner and then TUI to adjust the dates.

Important: Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however they are subject to change at any time depending on availability. Some promotional prices will be strictly limited by tour operators or airlines. Special terms and conditions may apply.

About Barbados

Average flight time: 08hrs and 14 mins

Renowned for its incredible beaches, Barbados is an island with so much more. As well as white powdery sand and stunning turquoise waters, you'll find awesome nightlife, a Unesco World Heritage–listed cruise ship capital in Bridgetown, real surf on the isolated east coast and all of it inhabited by a warm and welcoming local population.

Located in the eastern Caribbean, Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth nation that sits outside of the principal Atlantic hurricane belt - useful to know when considering your next Caribbean adventure between June and November.

There's a lot to see on this incredible island from St Nicholas Abbey, one of the oldest plantation houses in the Caribbean, to The George Washington House, Oistins' bustling seaside fish market and Speightstown, with its old colonial charm and battered façades. Read our full destination guide here.


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