Wizz Discount Club – Everything You Need to Know & More!

Looking at joining the Wizz Discount Club by Wizz Air? I’ve been a Wizz Discount Club member on and off since 2017, and it’s saved me a lot of money on Wizz Air flights.

The Wizz Discount Club is an annual subscription that helps you save on Wizz Air flights and extras. The subscription is available in two formats:

  • Standard (€34.99 per year)
  • Group (€69.99 per year)

Both Wizz Discount Club Standard and Group have the same benefits. However, the benefits in Standard can only be used by you and one companion, while in Group, the benefits can be used by you and five companions.

As such, the Wizz Discount Club Standard is best for couples, and the Wizz Discount Club Group is best for families.

The Benefits of the Wizz Discount Club

There are two key benefits to signing up to the Wizz Discount Club:

  1. €10.00 discount on flight fares from €19.99
  2. €5.00 discount on checked-in baggage purchased online

There are some other benefits. However, these apply to anyone (paid or unpaid) who creates a Wizz Air account.

Is the Wizz Discount Club Worth It?

The cost of joining the Wizz Discount Club doesn’t always seem worth it—and sometimes that is the case. Here are some different scenarios to show you whether you would save money by joining:

For Solo Travellers

If you travel solo, the Wizz Discount Club Standard, at €34.99, is worth it if you plan to fly with Wizz Air at least four times in one year. That’s two return flights.

That’s because if all fares are above €19.99, you’ll save €10.00 on each flight, or €40.00 in total.

For Couples

If you’re a couple, the Wizz Discount Club Standard at €34.99 is worth it if you both plan to fly with Wizz Air at least twice in one year. That’s one return flight.

That’s because if all fares are above €19.99, you’ll save €10.00 on each flight, or €40.00 in total.

For Families

If you travel as a family of three, the Wizz Discount Club Group, at €69.99, is worth it if you all plan to fly at least twice in one year with checked luggage. That’s one return flight.

That’s because if all fares are above €19.99, you’ll save €10.00 on each flight, or €60.00 in total. Plus, you’ll save €5.00 on a checked bag or €10.00 return.

Alternatively, the Wizz Discount Club is worth it if you plan to fly as a family at least three times with hand luggage only. That’s one return flight and one one-way flight.

That’s because if all fares are above €19.99, you’ll save €10.00 on each flight, or €60.00 on the return flight plus €30.00 on the one-way flight.

If you travel as a family of four or more, the Wizz Discount Club Group at €69.99 is worth it if you all plan to fly at least twice in one year. That’s one return flight.

That’s because if all fares are above €19.99, you’ll save €10.00 on each flight, or €80.00 in total.

My Wizz Discount Club Experience

I’ve been a Wizz Discount Club member on and off since 2017. Here’s how I benefited from the Wizz Discount Club over one year, from 2022 to 2023.

I joined the Wizz Discount Club as a Standard member when buying flights from Leeds to Warsaw.

The flights were set to be £21.99 each way, £87.96 return for myself and my partner. However, if I joined the Wizz Discount Club, the price dropped to £12.99 each way, which worked out to £51.96 return for the two of us, a saving of £36.

Joining the Wizz Discount Club as a Standard member cost £31.50, bringing the total amount payable to £83.46.

Straight away, on one return flight, I’d saved money by joining the Wizz Discount Club. 

I didn’t need to fly Wizz Air again over the next 12 months to ‘make back my investment’ into the Wizz Discount Club, but I did.

I flew solo from Luton to Budapest, which should have cost £26.99 but cost me £17.99 as a Wizz Discount Club member.

From Budapest, I then flew to Milan on a flight that should have cost 16,590 Hungarian Forint (around £36) but cost me 12,440 Hungarian Forint (around £27).

Before flying back from Milan to London Gatwick for €21.99 (around £19) on a flight that should have cost €31.99 (around £28)

As such, in one year, being a Wizz Discount Club Standard member saved me £31.50.

How to Cancel the Wizz Discount Club

A Wizz Discount Club membership does not auto-renew.

When booking flights, you will be asked if you would like to renew your membership. However, this is never done automatically; you must opt-in.

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20 Comments

  1. Alexandra says:

    Hi, thanks for a lot of helpful information. I also decided to join, paid for the ticket and for the membership, but for some reason, it doesn’t show anywhere that I am a member. Did you have to be approved? Or wait for an e-mail from wizzair? Thanks

    1. Hi Alexandra, really, really glad we could help! 😀

      1. Hi, I have the same problem. I paid for group membership and book a flight. Then when I going to book a new ticket ask me to paid for membership again, I choose”already member and login” but still wants to charge me for a club discount membership. I have to wait for a day or something?

    2. Hi, That happen to me also, Did you find out what was wrong? I book a ticket and paid for membership, than a few minutes after I was trying to book a new ticket but dosent show Im a member, even when I loginn me again. Seems like Im not member.

      1. If you’ve already booked the ticket post the upgrade to Wizz Discount Club. Then you’ll need to contact them to get them to refund the difference 😀

        1. JOHN LEEDALE says:

          I’m looking to book a flight in Mar 2022 (more than 12 months from now). If I join the discount club, will it start from the flight date? If it starts at the booking date, the discount club would finished before I fly.

          1. Hi John, it starts when you purchase the flight not when you take the flight. Although all flights booked during the time having the membership will be eligible even if you’re no longer a member once the flight takes place – if that makes sense 🙂

    3. Hi Alexandra,
      I have the same situation. How you have solved this? Thanks.

  2. Mike Nathanson says:

    Hi. This is very helpful; thank you. But….what I can’t see is how to book flights if you are not a member? Maybe advance flights (I am looking at November) are only available for Discount Club members? Or maybe I have missed something…? Do you know?

    1. Hi Mike,

      You should be able to book whether you’re a member or not it’s just members that can’t get the discount. However, there could be fares, routes or advanced bookings that we don’t know about where only members can book.

      Hope this helps 😀

    2. Mike Nathanson says:

      Many thanks, Mike

  3. When trying to book flights the discount suggsted is almost ?200 as there are 4 of us.
    But when going through the process – no discounts is showing.
    Do i have to join and then log in to book & get discount?
    confused!!!

    1. Hi,

      Yes, you’ll be able to see the discounted price but not access it unless you upgrade to the Wizz Discount Club prior to or during your booking process and login to your account.

  4. Bernadette Leggett says:

    If I book flights for a 4 people including myself and buy the Group wizzair club discount can I still use this to travel say on my own or just two of us throughout the year. Or do I have to buy a standard wizzair club to travel without a group.

    1. Yes you can. That is fine. Hope this was helpful 🙂

  5. Lea Izabela says:

    Hej,
    I was wondering what is the outcome of the following: I have bought tickets as a member of Wizz Air Discount Club for me and 3 more persons. But now I won”t be able to fly. Some people told me that it might be a problem, penalties or so. Are there any rules regarding this situation? What can those 3 people expect on the airport?
    Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Lea, sadly it’s not something I’ve experienced. I’d suggest contacting Wizz directly and explaining the situation.

  6. Alex Jones says:

    Very useful topic about Wizz discount club to know everything. Thank you for this information.

  7. I joined the Wizz Club but somehow my country of origin got got included in my name description! Whenever I book now I then need to get a name change at the airport-they never charge for this change but there doesn’t appear to be a means of correcting the problem within the Club Membership. I wish they would sort it out for me.

  8. It is a pity,as of 2022, Wizzair are charging £20 for each flight leg ordinary seat booking, when you only want to travel with two cabin bags and Priority Boarding, or travelling with one bag. This often makes their fares almost twice as much as Ryanair who charge about £6 per normal seat each flight for their two cabin bags with priority boarding. You only get free seats if you choose there very expensive check in bags deals. This will put a lot of normal passengers off Wizzair in favour or Ryanair, when travelling light.