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WorldPoints loyalty scheme

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Collect WorldPoints on almost everything you buy at BAA's UK airports (excluding Edinburgh) at a huge range of high street and luxury outlets. Present your card every time you shop to receive 1 WorldP…
vaikiska Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago1 Comment
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I've had a baa world points card for years
The points never add up to anything useful, but you do get a glossy magazine full of expensive shopping ideas

So really just a waste of time, even more so with less BAA airports now.
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Parking at Stansted Airport for £1.99 a day - cheap parking for your cheap Ryanair or easyJet flight

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This summer in Long Stay parking at Stansted we've got 300 spaces to pre-book every day at a crazy £1.99 per day. Bookings must be made by midnight 22nd June, so hurry, spaces are limited and availabl…
Newbold Avatar7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago28 Comments
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miarcerts;5690623
No £1.99 for me ... If still on what dates ??


See main post:

Bookings must be made by midnight 22nd June, so hurry, spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis.
No £1.99 for me ... If still on what dates ??
machofairy;5514086
Is this deal still on? I tried all sorts of times for parking from 27/7 to 17/8 .. 21 days. £68 is the cheapest I found.


Deal's still on. The deal you've found is a bit more than £1.99 a day, but at £3.24 a day it still takes some beating I reckon.:thumbsup:
Is this deal still on? I tried all sorts of times for parking from 27/7 to 17/8 .. 21 days. £68 is the cheapest I found.
Forgot to tell you the name of the company ORANGE PARK & RIDE.
Fantastic service
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British Airways - 2 FOR 1 ON LONG HAUL CLUB WORLD / BUSINESS CLASS SEATS

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Go on, treat yourselves For the very first time we are offering two for the price of one on return flights in Club World (our longhaul business class cabin). Choose from over 65 worldwide destination…
gunit Avatar7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago112 Comments
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planearm;5141874
We all had to start somewhere, even you.

I bet you shop at Lidl and buy bog rolls six months in advance just to save 5p don't you?:p



I think most here probably shop at Lidl sometimes, did you know they have a special on caviar every now and again for £1?

Anyway - its my other half who buys the bog rolls (etc) - so I have no idea where they are from. However, I would guess that its more than 6 months worth she gets at a time, as the house has loads of storage and most things are bought in bulk, but normally from Makro, Costco, or Green City.

http://www.greencity.co.uk/promotions.html


goodgrr;5141909
Then by the sound of it you have never flown in the new BA club seat as to compare getting there at the same time is like comparing getting to work at the same time on a bus compared to a limo ride!



Once again you miss the point, (btw there is no vat on flights) it doesn't matter if half my flight would be offset so would half my economy seat. The issue is on the value you get from any uplift to club not on if people flying club get their seats paid for.



Its a seat. You sit on it and watch films on your phone or read for shorter flights - or for longer ones I have an inflatable U shaped neck pillow, which looks daft, but they are brilliant to use, so sleep fine. Why should it be worth hundreds more to have a different seat to read or watch a film or two, or to pay extra for while I am asleep? Alternately if you are flying with someone - you talk to them. I cannot recall a conversation to date when the topic covered the comfort or lack of comfort of our seating arrangements, so in reality its not an issue.

Have you ever gone into a library and paid a surcharge for a comfier desk/chair to read at? Alternately, have you ever flown with someone and spent time discussing the merits or otherwise of the seating?

As I said, I was unsure about VAT on flights. Funnily if you use a UK registered plane and fly privately there is VAT on fuel, but if you fly privately with an N registered (US) plane you have exemption on VAT, even if the plane never leaves the UK.

My original comment was one of the categories who mainly use seats that are products of affectation, were people who had the seats paid for them. I still stand by that, with you being one. Sorry, you are not convincing me otherwise.
ibiza;5141722
My issues are I think its a bad deal given the additional cost and getting there in the same time.


Then by the sound of it you have never flown in the new BA club seat as to compare getting there at the same time is like comparing getting to work at the same time on a bus compared to a limo ride!

ibiza;5141722
My original claim that has become massively protracted - was one of the categories I listed was "people who have their tickets bough for them" - which with your partners share, and your tax refunded (which as a director is likely to be 40% perhaps about to increase to 50%) in addition to (without checking) I am pretty sure there is VAT on flights, meaning you pay about 50% of the price - so you still have a substantial amount of your ticket paid for you.


Once again you miss the point, (btw there is no vat on flights) it doesn't matter if half my flight would be offset so would half my economy seat. The issue is on the value you get from any uplift to club not on if people flying club get their seats paid for.
ibiza;5141722
so many lowly respected posters that the tend is quite alarming. :whistling:


We all had to start somewhere, even you.

I bet you shop at Lidl and buy bog rolls six months in advance just to save 5p don't you?:p
goodgrr;5111621
No I didn't agree that was the case, I agreed only that claiming the tax back paid some of it (less than half). The same applies to economy and that isn't irrelevant at all as the issue is all about the extra "value" of club. I would agree with you on short haul flights, there is very little to differentiate the two products and not worth the extra in my opinion most of the time.



So is this your real issue with the deal? Any BA deal wouldn't be one in your opinion?



Yes you are right I have a business partner, however that's irrelevant to the discussion so I didn't go into the company share structure. In fact, it makes your argument less valid as if I fly in club he ends up having less profit so once again someone pays.

ibiza, you are obviously an intelligent articulate guy however you do seem to have unresolved issues.



My issues are I think its a bad deal given the additional cost and getting there in the same time.

I dislike BA and Virgin, as their illegal price fixing was a disgrace, although Virgin turning witness against BA was a cracker, as there was not even honour amongst thieves.

My original claim that has become massively protracted - was one of the categories I listed was "people who have their tickets bough for them" - which with your partners share, and your tax refunded (which as a director is likely to be 40% perhaps about to increase to 50%) in addition to (without checking) I am pretty sure there is VAT on flights, meaning you pay about 50% of the price - so you still have a substantial amount of your ticket paid for you.

Thanks for the nice comments though. :-D



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Yup , everyone



Yes - so many lowly respected posters that the tend is quite alarming. :whistling:


Villa;5120555
For someone who seems to care so much about his ego and rep, you are inviting all sorts of malicious cold votes on your deals.


Reiterating, most are very low rep posters, so the damage is minimised. Although I prefer to see it as my freely expressing a perspective that is unpopular with people who cannot articulate an argument well against my view.

Its nice to see you cleaned up your post this time. :-D

Anyway - the deal has just managed to crawl past the dire tasting blue Smarties I posted from Poundland, so the tide of protest votes hardly seems to have materialised.
goodgrr;5122672
Well doesn't seem to be the case on this offer. Prices seem to be "normal" with BOGOF.


System had glitched. Prices returned to their correct discounted prices about an hour later. *grumble*
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Free flight update to your mobile no need to keep checking the flight info screen

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Receive your flight number, departure time, Heathrow terminal and destination on your mobile free of charge. No need to keep checking the flight information screens in the airport terminal or worry
newdesigner Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago6 Comments
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Be good when they expand this service to other BAA airports
csiman;4712812
think i'd rather rely on the live info screens rather than a mobile message which may not be up-to-date / sent in time!


I was in a hotel room when I got the alert, live screens wouldn't have helped :)
think i'd rather rely on the live info screens rather than a mobile message which may not be up-to-date / sent in time!
heat added, but always weary about giving out my mobile number to companies who are going to send adverts.
Nothing in life is free!
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London to Bangkok £400.00 economy £650 premium economy with BA, Honk Kong £363, Sydney £498, LA £368, Singapore £400

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I just spotted this deal after doing a search for flights on Travelsupermarket. These prices are really cheap. I'm gutted as I have already booked with Eva and have paid £850 to fly Premium Economy wi…
yorkie Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago22 Comments
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lowfoon;4662492
Where can I find the Hong Kong deal??


Not sure, as this deal is for Honk Kong! ;-)
can anyone suggest some nice hotels in Bangkok?? Thinking of going there for holiday in june...... thanks a lot
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lowfoon;4662492
Where can I find the Hong Kong deal??


Looks like the deals are starting to go but HKG for example have at time of writing

Outbound for £181 on May 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, also some in June including 10th, 11th, 14th, 16th. There are more as well just can't be bothered to do a complete list as they will invariably reduce as they get booked up.

Inbound is £181 including 10th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 22nd June, 6th, 7th july also some in May

Other dates available for £193 each way. Do a search though, only you know when you need to travel.:thumbsup:
lowfoon;4662492
Where can I find the Hong Kong deal??


I think Qantas are still flying there for under £300.


http://hotukdeals.com/item/352511/flights-to-hong-kong-from-283-with-/
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BAA - Heathrow Terminal 5 trial volunteers required

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Having just spent the day in the new Heathrow Terminal 5, I hear there is still places available for volunteers, the day I had consisted of registration between 8-9am, arrival at departures at 10am, c…
Crazy1 Avatar8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago29 Comments
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ali137;1600254
I cant belive you get noting for being a volunter, just a rubbish goody bag.:x Total waste of time.

I liked the trial of Euro star previosly as they gave free tickets to volunters for testing the station.

Thanks to the poster for posting this.:thumbsup:

I heard today that one guy had booked to go on the first trial because he was told it was a really good day out etc etc, so he booked his trial date and waited. Just before Christmas, the company he was working for went bust so things weren't to great over Christmas and January but he still went on the trail. As he was wandering around and being herded like sheep he took a note of all the shops in the new terminal and decided to see what his chances were of getting a job. Well without the boring bits, he now has a full time job with plenty of over time, almost doubled his wages and is very glad he went. And the guy who told me, was so happy for him and his attitude and willingness to work that the company will soon ask him if he would like to go for management training which will rise his wage even more.
So the moral of the story is......don't expect to be handed everything on a plate, sometimes you have to show you want something before you recieve it. :whistling:
I cant belive you get noting for being a volunter, just a rubbish goody bag.:x Total waste of time.

I liked the trial of Euro star previosly as they gave free tickets to volunters for testing the station.

Thanks to the poster for posting this.:thumbsup:
I live in London and I try to travel as cheaply as possible. A return to Heathrow for me and the missus would set us back around £8. Not much but then lunch, time spent there.

It is ridiculous to be honest. Im not talking about a £100 incentive but at least a £10 discount on the shops or flight of your choice, a meal at least, a baguette with cheese/ham setting them back 11pence. Lets look at the logic of this.

Companies spend millions every year finding out information to gather important market research to better a product or location. An incentive is there wether it be refreshments and money. They are incredibly smart in making people think that 'they are doing You' a favour by coming and allowing them to collect data and information about health and safety, manouvability of junctions, ticketing, baggage handling, staff and population control all for a measly giftbag and £1 to charity and the sights of a new building! Herding sheep around for 3 hours for some fresh hay comes to mind.




And like originally mentioned it does sound like a wind-up, its ludicrous really. You have to be living a stones throw away to even consider this.
Was thinking of going Thorpe Park when it opens again... but who needs to go there!!! Terminal 5!!! more like terminally ill.
Going from T5 This summer LHR-LCA on a BA 767

Would be nice to try it out beforehand i suppose...
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Up to £15 off at BAA World Duty Free shops !

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Up to £15 off at BAA World Duty Free shops ! Printable vouchers for £5 off £50; £10 off £75 and £15 off £75. BAA World Duty Free shops are situated almost in every UK airport and this voucher com…
edi Avatar1d, 4m agoFound 1 decade, 4 months ago2 Comments
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i think you can buy it on your way out and pick up upon your return but that was a while ago i did that so i'd check on that too
Thanks! Going to States this weekend, so might get some stuff off Duty Free.