Martin Lewis has urged his followers to snap up easyJet’s cheapest possible flight rates ahead of their summer holidays.

Savvy holidaymakers have been encouraged to snap up the best deals early today by the Money Saving Expert.

Taking to X, Martin Lewis told his followers that easyJet were launching their March to June 2025 flights today, with the “best possible rates” being available early.

He said: “Just heard easyJet launching its March to June 2025 flights (Tuesday) from 6am-ish.

“Bagging them the moment they launch (browser refreshing type thing) is often (no guarantee) the way to get them at the cheapest possible rate.

“Flights can rise by £100s even after a couple of hours of launch morning. So if you're going to book, try early.

“PS Cheapest possible, doesn't necessarily mean cheap, do check what a decent rate is before booking.”

In the past, Martin Lewis has issued important warnings to everyone planning holidays to make sure they have the correct insurance cover.

Speaking last year on the Martin Lewis Money Show Live on ITV, Mr Lewis warned holidaymakers to get travel insurance ASAB, as soon as you book.

He said: “Every spring I get one or more emails or contacts from someone who says something like: ‘I have just been diagnosed with a very serious from or cancer of another equally serious illness. I have booked my summer holiday. I will be having chemo in the summer and won’t be able to go. I have spoken to the airline, and they won’t refund me, I have spoken to the hotel, and they won’t refund me because I did not book it flexibly. What can I do?’

“I said your airline ticket is not faulty, it is still available, so you do not have rights there, go to your travel insurer.

“So many people say to me I haven’t got my travel insurance yet.

“Get it as soon as you book otherwise, I am left impotent, and my answer is there isn’t anything that you can do.

“If you have booked a holiday, travel insurance can be as little as £9. Get yourself on a price comparison website.”

The Money Saving Expert’s second warning involved European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) and Global Health Insurance Cards (GHIC).

Martin urged everyone going holiday to either order a GHIC card or check that their EHIC card was still valid, with more than five million cards going out of date this year.

He said: “If you are going to the EU ensure you get a valid EHIC or GHIC. What these do is they entitle you to treatment in a state-run hospital or GPs at the same price as a local; free for them, free for you.

“Get or renew these cards, it is always free, go to

“If a search engine takes you somewhere that charges or tries to fast track you, they are shysters, they are not real.

“You never pay for this, there is no such thing as a fast track, official sites will not charge you.”