2 Weeks, Orlando, Florida - Return Flights, hotel, Car Hire, Luggage. (Family of four) from Manchester Airport @ Thomas Cook - HotUKDeals
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Direct holidays (Thomas Cook)

Holiday to Florida for family of four; 2 adults 2 children upto the age of 17 upon return...

Leaving Manchester 21st June returning 5th July.

* 2 Adults£798.00
* 2 Children£518.00
* 4 In-flight Meal£68.00
* 1 No Car Hire/transfer£0.00
* 1 Tc Children's Charity£2.00
* 4 Late Booking Fee£60.00
* Includes Online Discount-£174.00

Total £1272.00

Very good price for those families with teens who have just finished school/college.

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Holidays to Florida,
Departure airport: Manchester
Dates:21st June
Duration:14 nights
1 Room
2 adults, 2 children...

I know kids might not have finished school yet, but some secondary school year 11's have, and some college leavers.
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#1
http://i50.tinypic.com/256th82.jpg
#2
can you get me to the seychelles?
another good deal though
#3
what is your secvond post all about?
#4
can you get me a good deal to tenerife costa adeje 2x adults september or end of july 2x adults 1x child??? iv looked but cant get them cheaper then £322pp in sept.
#5
very good price if you ask me, is that for A/I?
#6
ADZ1478
what is your secvond post all about?


Wrong screenshot posted. :thinking:
#7
now add about £1000 for park tickets
£1000 spending money
:-D
#8
Excellent price - hot hot hot (altho the parks will be vvv busy as US schools are already out for Summer).
#9
plus £300 insurance on the car.

get a car separate from somewhere like usrentacar. good deal though
#10
You will need a lot of more than £ 1k spending money. We are just back and spend 2k spends approx 2850.00 dollars (2 adults & 3 kids) Exchange rate isn't what it was last year!
All the cheap deals are always in term time.:)
banned#11
Hang on a second, pulling kids out of school is illegal isn't it?
#12
Villa
Hang on a second, pulling kids out of school is illegal isn't it?


Nope!
#13
Villa
Hang on a second, pulling kids out of school is illegal isn't it?


Didn't I make it clear that it was suited for teens who have just left school or college?
#14
More ridiculous charges from the holiday company; £17 per person for a meal on the flight, £15 for making a 'late booking' and a £2 donation to charity. I don't suppose this even includes baggage, does it?

And as for the accommodation, the Econolodge is about as bad as it gets. For a night or two, it's adequate, but not for a two week holiday.
#15
3.5k in term time,is it any wonder parents take their kids out of school!
#16
& get shouted at by lots of Americans who are upset about an admittedly awful oil spill, they forget about bhopal & the fact that 39% of BP shareholders are american..
:whistling:
#17
slightly cheaper £1227 at [url]www.mytravel.com[/url] same search, same company?
#18
keep em coming manc boy.. these finds are really appreciated
#19
smogthedragon
slightly cheaper £1227 at [url]www.mytravel.com[/url] same search, same company?


Yes, MyTravel are the same company.
#20
mjk
More ridiculous charges from the holiday company; £17 per person for a meal on the flight, £15 for making a 'late booking' and a £2 donation to charity. I don't suppose this even includes baggage, does it?

And as for the accommodation, the Econolodge is about as bad as it gets. For a night or two, it's adequate, but not for a two week holiday.


If in Florida you are in a hotel for anymore than a sleep, **** and a shower then you are wasting your holiday time. At this price I'd jump on it.

Been there 5 times now, mostly villa but that is a different league of holiday to this. Stayed at a very cheap motel on the 192 and thoroughly enjoyed that too. You pays your money you takes your choice.

HOT
#21
Great price i spent a week there earlier in the year and was great.
Car hire does not include insurance and is extra $19 per day once you get the car.
#22
Ive been to this hotel myself, when it was a 'Best Western' a few years back... friendly staff, secure location... some of the rooms were a bit shabby and stuff, but I presume they're all up to scratch now, seeing as I went years ago...

Lovely restaurant right next door to the main entrance, called Friendly's... yummy and affordable!
#23
£68 for in flight food, what are they serving, lobster?!
1 Like #24
I'd have went, but 4 problems

1. World cup is on
2. World cup is on
3. Children's School
4. World cup is Still on
#25
Alpha eX
£68 for in flight food, what are they serving, lobster?!


Its very expensive food, i worked for a company which made food for air lines,

Very cheap food, but not cheap for them to buy.

I must say i love long hual flight food.

one could always take sandwiches and pies :-D
#26
Always one, what do you expect for thr price, some people can only just afford this once in a lifetime holiday for them/
brilliant bargain heat added
#27
do not include the meal charge as I think it is compulsory to serve a meal on a long haul, they will take your money if you offer it but you will get the meal even if you dont pay for it - whenever we have gone with charter Flights we have never purchased a meal and always given one
#28
octobergirl
do not include the meal charge as I think it is compulsory to serve a meal on a long haul, they will take your money if you offer it but you will get the meal even if you dont pay for it - whenever we have gone with charter Flights we have never purchased a meal and always given one


That usd to be the case but not any more - you dont pay, you dont get a meal (and its a looonng flight)!
#29
mjk
More ridiculous charges from the holiday company; £17 per person for a meal on the flight, £15 for making a 'late booking' and a £2 donation to charity. I don't suppose this even includes baggage, does it?

And as for the accommodation, the Econolodge is about as bad as it gets. For a night or two, it's adequate, but not for a two week holiday.


Its the overall price you've got to look at and if you think you can get a holiday to florida cheaper, then please share with everyone, if not then please be quiet

It does include luggage btw although its NOT the A330 aircraft with the 33" legroom and seatback tv's!
#30
WalterSmith
If in Florida you are in a hotel for anymore than a sleep, **** and a shower then you are wasting your holiday time. At this price I'd jump on it.

Been there 5 times now, mostly villa but that is a different league of holiday to this. Stayed at a very cheap motel on the 192 and thoroughly enjoyed that too. You pays your money you takes your choice.

HOT


Summed up to perfection my friend.

:-D
#31
mjk
More ridiculous charges from the holiday company; £17 per person for a meal on the flight, £15 for making a 'late booking' and a £2 donation to charity. I don't suppose this even includes baggage, does it?

And as for the accommodation, the Econolodge is about as bad as it gets. For a night or two, it's adequate, but not for a two week holiday.


Can you not read?
#32
Villa
Hang on a second, pulling kids out of school is illegal isn't it?


wigglemiggle
Nope!


Yes and no, if you fall below 85% attendance the local authority become involved and penalties can be issued if the problem persists after warnings have been issued. The time off would go down as unauthorised abscence (sp!?!) though, only in exceptional cicumstances do holidays go down as authorised, usually one or more parent has to be in the forces and be getting sent abroad.

Although the long term effect on the education of the child when repeatedly (and I stress the word repeatedly as a one-off is not really an issue) taken out of school for such jollies would certainly be negative.
#33
springbrucesteen
now add about £1000 for park tickets
£1000 spending money
:-D


Only £1000 ive just bought tickets for just shy of 2 grand :w00t:
#34
MancboyChris
Didn't I make it clear that it was suited for teens who have just left school or college?


Not clear enough for the idiots im afraid
#35
octobergirl
do not include the meal charge as I think it is compulsory to serve a meal on a long haul, they will take your money if you offer it but you will get the meal even if you dont pay for it - whenever we have gone with charter Flights we have never purchased a meal and always given one


Same we didn't buy it as the food served on most airlines are crap (except Emirates) and we got served food, the air host/esses won't know who has paid and who hasn't :thumbsup:
#36
urbanlegend11
Only £1000 ive just bought tickets for just shy of 2 grand :w00t:


Was there about three years ago , tbh cant remember the prices but it all adds up :-D
14 day disney
flex ticket for universal / islands / sea world / wet n wild / busch gardens

I want to go again now :-D
#37
You can buy excess car insurance before you go with https://www.icarhireinsurance.com/ I've used them for Europe & it was cheaper than with the hire company. And get £1.50 off through quidco :|
banned#38
Villa
Hang on a second, pulling kids out of school is illegal isn't it?


wigglemiggle
Nope!


http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/law/article738664.ece
Parents are breaking the law if they take their children out of school for holidays during term without the permission of the head teacher, the High Court ruled yesterday.
Schools, not parents, must decide whether children can be withdrawn from lessons for holidays or other family activities, Lord Justice Auld and Mr Justice Sullivan ruled.

They declared that parents can face a criminal conviction if they remove children in defiance of a school’s wishes. The court overturned a decision by magistrates in the London borough of Bromley to acquit a woman who took her daughters on two holidays without permission.

Mr Justice Sullivan said the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was charged with failing to secure the attendance of her children at their primary school, in breach of the Education Act 1996.

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