EasyJet customers have been warned that vouchers issued to them during the Covid-19 pandemic will become invalid in February
Martin Lewis and his team at MoneySavingExpert (MSE) have warned all EasyJet customers who were issued a voucher during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As explained on the MSE website, customers have less than a month to use it to rebook before it expires. The deadline is Wednesday, January 31, and vouchers worth about £58 million have not yet been used, PlymouthLive reports.
But it's worth remembering that if you are a British Airways customer and have COVID-19 vouchers, you still have until September 30 this year to book and finalize your travel plans. The EasyJet vouchers were provided as a choice instead of a refund if passengers' flights were delayed or canceled.
According to MSE, EasyJet's vouchers were supposed to expire on July 31, 2023, but the airline has since extended it to January 31. This is the date by which you need to book flights, as there is no deadline for travel.
It is important to remember that vouchers cannot be exchanged for a cash refund at this time, as this was offered when the vouchers were first issued. And vouchers can only be used for EasyJet flights, not as payment for package travel with EasyJet Holidays.