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5 nights self catering holiday in Portugal for £70 per person including flights from either Bristol or the midlands on the 26th march.
(price based on two people sharing)

Resort info -
Clube Brisamar
Well equipped apartments provide a good base for holidays all year round. In summer this complex turns into a great value all-inclusive complex especially for families. The complex features two pools, sports facilities (tennis, squash and multi-purpose court), and both daytime and evening entertainment. Children are well catered for with their own pool, playground and kids club (hotel run during summer high season). Riding and water sports are all available nearby. The area is well known for golf and many courses can be arranged and booked via reception.
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[Moderator] 1 Like #1
Flying from midlands link here
#2
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.

Edited By: leeparsons on Jan 29, 2012 13:08
4 Likes #3
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.


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#4
JCLARSSON
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.


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Yea extacly. You can only contact these deals via telephone, which is premium rate. After so many minutes they havent got anythink that suited your need's, and the price has more than doubled if not rebeled. Really trading stadards should make some kind of law.
1 Like #5
0203 numbers are London, not premium rate. Valid point on minimum numbers but looks a good deal to me.
[Moderator]#6
According to their FAQ all prices are based on two people sharing more info here
#7
Actually the total price is 109 pound per person. I rang them up and that's the price I was quoted, so don't listen to their website.
5 Likes #8
leeparsons
JCLARSSON
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.

??????????????????????????????????????????/
:|
Yea extacly. You can only contact these deals via telephone, which is premium rate. After so many minutes they havent got anythink that suited your need's, and the price has more than doubled if not rebeled. Really trading stadards should make some kind of law.

hahaha
#9
royals
leeparsons
JCLARSSON
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.


??????????????????????????????????????????/
:|

Yea extacly. You can only contact these deals via telephone, which is premium rate. After so many minutes they havent got anythink that suited your need's, and the price has more than doubled if not rebeled. Really trading stadards should make some kind of law.


hahaha


0203 isn't a premium number, it's a london number. And in actual fact, the price I was quoted at was with transfers, so 23 pound per person additional costs. Still the cheapest price around.

Edited By: Backriver000 on Jan 29, 2012 14:18
1 Like #10
We just booked 2 adults & 1 child, £319. I really don't think you can complain at that!
#11
Does this include a baggage allowance? or just hand luggage.

Edited By: JoeBoy88 on Jan 29, 2012 15:46
#12
Although this is a fairly nice deal I have seen better in comparison. And account for the food you have to buy.

For example, 14 nights in Turkey for £185 PP half board. Or, 14 nights in Tunisia for £225 ALL INCLUSIVE!

EDIT: I would link to a deal but they always seem to timeout! But they're basically in icelolly.com, thomascook.com and lastminute.com.

Edited By: DarcyHart on Jan 29, 2012 15:55
#13
On the whole, do you normally get the website prices and holidays that are advertised on icelolly? I've looked a few times and seen good deals, but was always put off by the fact you can't just book online and many of the numbers are 0870/0844 so although not premium, they do cost a fair bit if you're on for a while. I was suspiscious that it would be a bit like Teletext Hols, where they never have availability on the deals they're advertising, but is experience here that it's generally fairly accurate?
#14
price quoted 5 minutes ago for 2 people
£70 per person = £140
Ryanair 1 case 15kg £ 50.00
Transfers £ 30.00

1.5% charge for using debit card
3.5% charge for credit card
#15
luminox
price quoted 5 minutes ago for 2 people
£70 per person = £140
Ryanair 1 case 15kg £ 50.00
Transfers £ 30.00

1.5% charge for using debit card
3.5% charge for credit card


Price quoted for me-
119 per person with transfers/10KG of baggage with the card charge. Is that a good price?
2 Likes #16
DO NOT BOOK WITH ICELOLLY

Hundreds of people have been burned by them, they use budget airline costs add a run down hotel to the "package" and charge a premium. They don't include things like transfers, which wouldn't be so bad if they sent you ro an airport anywhere near your resort, we booked with them, paid in full then a week later was called up to be told the cost had gone up! And that we had to pay an extra £40 pp told them where to get off and tried to cancel, they wouldn't return the money and i had to get hsbc to do a charge back on my card.

If you see a deal on icelolly you like, check the details and use skyscanner to book the flights yourself and find a nice hotel online and book it your self. You can even book a transfer.

You have no protection with icelolly, book with thomson, Tomas cook or use holidayhypermarket.
#17
Booked a holiday for the 9th of April for a week in Portugal Algarve for £67pp at onthebeach.com . For six of us with flight, hotel, transfers and luggage it came to £736
#18
joshjw
Booked a holiday for the 9th of April for a week in Portugal Algarve for £67pp at onthebeach.com . For six of us with flight, hotel, transfers and luggage it came to £736


http://www.onthebeach.co.uk if anyone wanted a look, not .com ;)

Looking for something cheap after the 25th June when exams are over, probably will have to wait a while though.
#19
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.


You can get flights from bristol at "45 going mon leaving fri and its £38 for the apartment for one person
#20
Orinoco1
0203 numbers are London, not premium rate. Valid point on minimum numbers but looks a good deal to me.


020 is the code for London. You can then have a 3,7 or 8. If your number is 020 1234 5678 and you live in London, you dial 1234 5678. You cannot drop the first digit to make a non existent code of 0203 or 0207 or 0208.

Way beyond rocket science for millions in the UK I know.
#21
Mr_Smith
We just booked 2 adults & 1 child, £319. I really don't think you can complain at that!


....you'd think so, but no, I'll give it a try:

The Ops deal is £70pp based on 2 people sharing....that's a total of £140...that leaves £179 for your child's ticket & board....that's £109 pound increase on the £70 cost of your ticket....

Maybe im missing something, but surely you could have taken that £140 for 2 people, bought it twice and either given the ticket to someone else, or just not used it...either way £280 is cheaper than £319.

I demand an explanation...

Edited By: Bishop_Brennan on Jan 31, 2012 00:40: spelling
#22
icelolly.com have always seemed like a big con to me.. the price on the website is never what you pay! i use onthebeach.co.uk.. what they quote you on the website is what you pay :)
#23
samlewis96
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.



You can get flights from bristol at "45 going mon leaving fri and its £38 for the apartment for one person

Well that aint bad, so how do you get that deal then, and how do you know? I have phoned teletet up before, and they never have nowt. I used my fokes phone, and end wasting a load of money to be messed about. I wonder from what people said, this a national number. So wont cost the earth? As I have been onto phone before to travel agents for like 20mins
#24
Good price and I really like Portugal and all but March might be a tad cold still?
#25
samlewis96
leeparsons
minimum share is? None for single people i guess, unless you want to pay loads more .lol! You got call thos expensive lines, that turn out to have nothink when you call them.



You can get flights from bristol at "45 going mon leaving fri and its £38 for the apartment for one person

Can you tell me where you got this information to? Was it links?
#26
direct from ryanair and searched hotel on trivago
banned#27
Use the works phone
#28
To the person saying don't book with icelolly it would help of you had your facts right.

Icelolly aren't a travel agent, it's a site travel agents post deals on. When you get your booking details through 9 times out of 10 these small companies are subsidiaries of hays travel or another large travel agent however they are all atol protected in the same way any other travel agent is and you are protected should the airline go bust or the hotel run out of money or any other situation should arise. Yes they are all no frills airlines but I imagine cheap deals is why people are reading this?

Been on 3 icelolly holidays and all were as expected.
#29
leeparsons
they havent got anythink that suited your need's


anything
#30
fresno bob
leeparsons
they havent got anythink that suited your need's


anything

Ok Bob, thanks for high lighting my English. At least I bother to write a sentence, and not slang or text talk. Now may I remind you, you shouldn't be picking and trying to humiliate one. I think you find your self to be under scrutiny, and be found prejudice. As if I was not a UK national, then it could be easily forgiven for a typo errors etc.
#31
leeparsons

Ok Bob, thanks for high lighting my English. At least I bother to write a sentence, and not slang or text talk. Now may I remind you, you shouldn't be picking and trying to humiliate one. I think you find your self to be under scrutiny, and be found prejudice. As if I was not a UK national, then it could be easily forgiven for a typo errors etc.


He was just correcting your spelling, take it on the chin like a man ya feckin douche.

Surely if someone didn't have a good grasp of English, that would have been beneficial so they didn't actually think the word was 'anythink'. You always hear English people pronounce 'anything' as 'anythink', not all obv, but i've never heard any other nationality do it. I'd correct someone in the real world for speaking like an **** like that, why shouldn't he do it to you?


Edited By: Bishop_Brennan on Jan 31, 2012 06:05: ky,ky
#32
sounds lovely - bargain (_;)
#33
Bishop_Brennan
leeparsons

Ok Bob, thanks for high lighting my English. At least I bother to write a sentence, and not slang or text talk. Now may I remind you, you shouldn't be picking and trying to humiliate one. I think you find your self to be under scrutiny, and be found prejudice. As if I was not a UK national, then it could be easily forgiven for a typo errors etc.


He was just correcting your spelling, take it on the chin like a man ya feckin douche.

Surely if someone didn't have a good grasp of English, that would have been beneficial so they didn't actually think the word was 'anythink'. You always hear English people pronounce 'anything' as 'anythink', not all obv, but i've never heard any other nationality do it. I'd correct someone in the real world for speaking like an **** like that, why shouldn't he do it to you?


No I agree, that leaving a remark back with bad English, isn't very good. Thou a person with an eye sight problem, so as a result has hand eye co=ordination problems, when typing on a keybaord, can someitme's makes mistake's. I don'y always bother to check my spelling, i assume it is right, espically when i scan read it. Thou if you notice with my post's I have made, I tend to try to expain myself fully. I also try to keep fairly good English.
Atleast you can consider it is readable, and not some chav text talk like, ' WoT R u up 2 Geez'. You get me? :D

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