You’re looking to get back to the Island just before the season ends the at the start of October… the thing is though, you’ve very little cash to sustain a mental holiday, accommodation and most importantly flights. You’re a little lost on how you’re going to make this all happen and we don’t like to see anybody un-satisfied, so we’re here to help you make sure this dream can come true!
What’s the best website to scan for prices?
Skyscanner is one of the most popular and used sites for everything flights related. The way Skyscanner works is you input where you’re flying from on what dates and the Skyscanner will do the rest. This site combines an absolutely monstrous amount of prices from the top airline’s dates you have inputted and works out which is the cheapest and best for you. How simple is that!
When’s the best time to book a flight?
There’s a lot of speculation about which is the best time to book a flight on what day, time etc, but after a lot of research on numerous sources, we have come to a final answer. Depending on what airline you are choosing to fly with, the best time to book a flight would be 5-10 weeks prior to your visit to Ibiza. Some of the main airlines including Ryanair, Easy Jet, Thomson Airways, British Airways & Thomson Airways all fall into this category.
When it comes to the time of day and what day of the week, we also have done a tonne of research and have the answer. Tuesday at 3 pm is the time you should be looking to book your flights. Hopefully, with all of this valuable information, you will be able to make it to the White Isle with as little money spent as possible.
This is an absolute must for doing Ibiza as cheap as possible. Head down to your local super market, purchase yourself the drink of your choice – maybe a cheeky box of pringles, shh. Head back to your room and let the festivities commence! You’re probably aware of the amount of money it can cost to purchase a simple bottle of beer or vodka and mixer in some of the clubs… absolutely mental money. So, save yourself some quid and have a bit more than you would usually to ensure you’ve got your dancing shoes on heading out.
Whatever way you look at reps in Ibiza, they’re there for one main reason and that’s to help you enjoy yourself and do it as cheap as possible. The reps are the people that have spent more than enough time on the Island to know the inside and outs of what’s good and what’s not good. Most reps will be selling tickets to the big events on the Island and if you befriend them you’re more than likely to get a deal or discount of some sort. You scratch their back and they’ll scratch yours!
For your first night, of course, you’re going to rock out in style as much as you can but remember… you’re on a budget and you need to avoid taxes at all costs. Not to fear, the party buses that are linked to a majority of the superclubs are even better than taxis! You’re surrounded by everyone you’re going to be partying with in the next hour and there’s not one sad face in sight. Not too mention how cheap they run for. The usual price for a spot on one of these buses would be around 3 euro, an absolute bargain.
There it is, the ultimate guide to ensure you do Ibiza as cheap but as effective as possible! See you on the Island!