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LIMITED OFFER: Get £20 back on easyJet bookings with Mastercard (Winter 2021 now on sale)

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Until 9am on Thursday, Mastercard is offering £20 cashback for new easyJet bookings of £100 or more.

The offer is valid on ALL flights until 26th March 2022.

easyJet released its new 2021/2022 winter schedule yesterday, so you can now book for Spring 2022 ski and snowboard trips.

easyjet £20 mastercard offer

All fares are covered by easyJet’s Flex policy. This means that you can change your travel date until 14 days before departure, although you will be on the hook for any difference in fare for your new date.

Unfortunately this offer is only valid on NEW bookings and not in conjunction with easyJet vouchers from previously cancelled flights. This is a bit of a pain as I imagine a lot of readers will have these.

easyjet £20 mastercard offer

How does the easyJet / Mastercard £20 cashback deal work?

You must pay for your flights in GBP using a Mastercard. It will not trigger on flights priced in Euro or other currencies, even if the total is the equivalent of £100+.

Both debit and credit Mastercards will count. It isn’t clear if cards issued outside the UK qualify.

The offer isn’t stackable (you won’t get £60 back on a £300 booking) but you can use it multiple times. You can make multiple bookings of £100+ with the same Mastercard and receive £20 back on each.

The offer is limited to the first 8,000 bookings. We will update this page if easyJet tells us they are close to the 8,000 bookings although they were confident that it will be enough to go around. That said, if you are reading this via the daily emails you may want to click through to the article on the HfP website to check for any changes.

You can book on the easyJet homepage here.


Want to earn more points from credit cards? – November 2021 update

If you are looking to apply for a new credit or charge card, here are our November 2021 recommendations based on the current sign-up bonus

You can see our full directory of all UK cards which earn airline or hotel points here. Here are the top current deals:

British Airways BA Amex American Express card

British Airways American Express

5,000 Avios for signing up, no annual fee and an Economy 2-4-1 voucher for spending ….. Read our full review

British Airways BA Premium Plus American Express Amex credit card

British Airways American Express Premium Plus

25,000 Avios and the UK’s most valuable credit card perk – the 2-4-1 companion voucher Read our full review

Nectar American Express

American Express Preferred Rewards Gold

Your best beginner’s card – 20,000 points, FREE for a year & two airport lounge passes Read our full review

American Express Platinum card Amex

The Platinum Card from American Express

30,000 points and an unbeatable set of travel benefits – for a fee Read our full review

Earning miles and points from small business cards

If you are a sole trader or run a small company, you may also want to check out these offers.

American Express Business Gold

20,000 points sign-up bonus and free for a year Read our full review

Amex Platinum Business American Express

American Express Business Platinum

40,000 points sign-up bonus and a long list of travel benefits Read our full review

British Airways Accelerating Business American Express card

British Airways Accelerating Business American Express

30,000 Avios sign-up bonus – plus annual bonuses of up to 30,000 Avios Read our full review

Capital On Tap Business Rewards Visa

The most generous Avios Visa or Mastercard for a limited company Read our full review

For a non-American Express option, we also recommend the Barclaycard Select Cashback card for sole traders and small businesses. It is FREE and you receive 1% cashback on your spending:

Barclaycard Select Cashback Credit Card

1% cashback and no annual fee Read our full review

Comments (26)

  • Simon says:

    Will this work with my curve card?

  • Ben says:

    Booked a £100+ ticket just now on a MasterCard. Is there any way to tell that it triggered?

  • AJ says:

    Would this work if you pay £100 off the balance of an Easyjet Holidays booking?

  • David says:

    8,000 won’t last long.
    Not good you don’t know if you have got it before you pay.

  • Matthew says:

    No need to register? Just pay by MasterCard and hope £20 appears?!

  • S Harkess says:

    I did this with the last Easy Jet Mastercard offer, the payment went through for the full amount with no £20 deduction or warning that the offer has now reached capacity. When I contacted Easy Jet to ask them at what stage I would receive the £20, their response was that, if I had been successful it would be returned to my account at some point! Essentially it’s potluck. I personally think that’s sneaky and underhanded move of Easy Jets to advertise this offer then charge the full amount with no indication if you’ve actually qualified.

    • Lady London says:

      Hmmmm I wonder if a regulator would be interested in this. From the point of viee of the purchaser it’s a lottery for which Easyjet doest have a lottery licence, or a promise that isn’t fufilled.

      Easy enough for them to put a counter on their system that counts or feeds back number of £100+ payments made by Mastercard and trigger a warning display to users on their website.

      If they’re not making an attempt to advise users the provision of the offer is exhausted this would almost make one think the cap has been set up so Easyjet/Mastercard can profit from this ‘breakage’. Shurely not.

  • Matthew says:

    Booked – let’s hope it works!

  • ankomonkey says:

    I booked flights with Easyjet last night (unaware of this offer so paid with Amex). What I did notice was that a 23kg checked suitcase was only £14 each way, which was a lot lower than I was expecting, although it’s years since I’ve flown Easyjet. The flight is over 4 hours. At £28/case/roundtrip I treated myself to 2 cases! #PremierLiving 😉

    • Matthew says:

      The pricing for checked baggage is dynamic depending on season and the route. Mine for example is £25.99 ew (for Crete in half term)

      • Lady London says:

        And it ratchets higher, the closer to the flight date, often by quite a high amount.

      • ankomonkey says:

        Interesting. I thought it was a flat fee of around £50 one-way, varying slightly by route (probably higher on bucket & spade routes where chances are higher of people wanting checked luggage).

        For once, it seems I’ve struck gold. Just watch as the flight gets cancelled!

    • Peekay says:

      May I ask which route/date you saw the £14 checked bag? I haven’t seen the 23kg bag for less than £20.99 in a while.

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