LIDL Ireland is selling a range of travel staples – including an under the seat bag perfect for Ryanair flights.
The holiday items landed in stores last week – with prices from €1.99.
The first item in the new range is the Trolley Travel Bag – 68L for just €19.99.
The bag features a robust holdall with a reinforced base and durable fabric, two carry handles on top and one side handle, two smooth-running wheels with edge protection and an extendable handle up to 102cm.
The Backpack/Carry-on Holdall is a perfect under the seat bag for just €19.99.
It is compact cabin size, conforms to most airline carry-on regulations and has adjustable and padded shoulder straps.
Lidl said it’s a “practical travel bag”.
The retailer is also selling two Polycarbonate colour cabin suitcases for just €49.99.
The Polycarbonate Cabin Case comes in black and dark blue.
It features four smooth-running twin 360 degrees spinning wheels, a functional interior with two zipped dividers, two elasticated cross straps and two zipped net pockets.
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It also includes a separate bag for shoes or laundry.
Travel pillows, Luggage tags, or money pouches, organiser bags and money belts are also on sale from €1.99.
Meanwhile, a savvy holidaymaker has told how she tried a popular Ryanair travel hack – and it was an “absolute life-saver”.
Jodie, who posts on TikTok as @jodiemangham761, uploaded a clip showing users how to save money when boarding a plane.
Ryanair has one of the strictest carry-on allowances, with basic fare ticket holders only allowed a backpack or small bag that must fit underneath the seat in front.
Jodie was travelling with the budget airline and decided to try out the genius trick.
The hack is perfect for taking more items on board your flight without having to pay for extra baggage.
In the caption she wrote: “Ryanair travel hack.
“We wanted to keep the cost down as much as possible and so this was an absolute life saver!”
In the clip Jodie is seen boarding the plane with a travel pillow around her neck.
And she brought it onto the plane with no questions asked.
But when she got to her hotel room she zipped the pillow, revealing some of her clothes inside.
Jodie was able to take out the pillow and fill the cover with items from her luggage.
This way she could bring more items on board the flight without having to pay extra for more baggage.
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In the comments people rushed to compliment the clever travel hack.
One person said: “Brilliant idea!”