*Dec 2014* Cape Verde Islands £489 each for 2 Weeks!! Full Package Holiday @ Holiday Pirates (Provided by TC) (Total Price for 4 x People = £1956.00) - HotUKDeals
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Cheap Holiday to Cape Verde Islands for 2 Weeks including Flights, Hotel & Transfers £489 each!

Wowzers, check this out for an amazing winter holiday!
14 Nights flying from Gatwick on 8th December 2014 returning on 22nd December 2014 with everything you need included so there will be no nasty surprises at check out.

Pack your bags and head to Santa Maria, Sal, Cape Verde and stay for 2 weeks at the good 3-star 'Hotel Pontao' (avg. TripAdvisor rating of 3.5/5) for just £489 each! These great comfortable apartments will be a perfect base for your holiday, in comfortable surroundings and just a stones throw from the beach.

The island of Sal earns its Portuguese name from its principal commodity, Salt. It was once home to the world's largest salt mine at Pedra de Lume. Salt is still produced in several areas of the island. Sal is probably the oldest of all the Cape Verdean islands, owing its existence to a volcanic eruption 50 million years ago. The principal attractions on Sal are the unspoilt beaches, the lovely sea and of course the year-round sunshine. It is fantastic for water sports, sunbathing and swimming.

Offer Details:
Travel duration is 14 nights - 8th December 2014 - 22nd December 2014
Flight from Gatwick to Sal with Thomas Cook Airlines – round trip
14 nights in a 3-star hotel
Including return coach transfers
All prices are based on 2 adults & 2 children sharing
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#1
Stacey! Any chance you can keep me updated on any fantastic offers for all inclusive beach holidays preferably in the Caribbean/Central America? I'm planning a last minute mini honeymoon. Thanks! :)
#2
I'm at a loss if its provided by Thomas cook and you sunshine Stacey are posting the deal what's Hoilday pirates got to do with any of it ?
#3
^^ Have a look on Holiday Pirates site or you can just wait for SSS to copy/post it on here.
#4
^^^read my post again""
#5
That was meant for chrissyny by the way.
#6
Brilliant price - shame its a 3 star but hey 2k for 4 people its a steal
HOT
#7
Great find yet again Stacey, anyone know what the prices are for food and drinks etc if having to buy out there?

Ps I'm also looking for late honeymoon deal AI like Chrissy
#8
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?
[Holiday Pirates]#9
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)

Edited By: SunshineStacey on Jul 24, 2014 11:31: more info
#10
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)

Thomas Cook were featured in this article that you support though right? And this is a deal from Thomas Cook? So do you support the article and advise against using Thomas Cook? Or do you support Thomas Cook who you/your website claim are ripping people off?
[Holiday Pirates]#11
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)
Thomas Cook were featured in this article that you support though right? And this is a deal from Thomas Cook? So do you support the article and advise against using Thomas Cook? Or do you support Thomas Cook who you/your website claim are ripping people off?

No certainly not, I have holiday'd with Thomas Cook myself they have some cracking offers which we are always blogging. What my advice to people would be is to ensure that you are always getting the best possible deal, play around with your pricing. If the price shows up at less for adults than it is for children, don't get ripped off, try looking elsewhere for your holidays.

We would love your contributions over on the relevant blog on this matter.

Thanks.
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SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)
Thomas Cook were featured in this article that you support though right? And this is a deal from Thomas Cook? So do you support the article and advise against using Thomas Cook? Or do you support Thomas Cook who you/your website claim are ripping people off?

No certainly not, I have holiday'd with Thomas Cook myself they have some cracking offers which we are always blogging. What my advice to people would be is to ensure that you are always getting the best possible deal, play around with your pricing. If the price shows up at less for adults than it is for children, don't get ripped off, try looking elsewhere for your holidays.

We would love your contributions over on the relevant blog on this matter.

Thanks.

I just find it strange that you would still recommend using a company that you claim are defrauding/stealing from families. If they are 'ripping people off' at the initial booking phase, then where would it end? Are they going to steal my luggage also? Am I going to get mugged in my hotel room?? You support some pretty strong accusations in one hand and then are recommending people use them in another.
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They are not ripping people off anyway its supply and demand. Profit is not a dirty word
#14
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)
Thomas Cook were featured in this article that you support though right? And this is a deal from Thomas Cook? So do you support the article and advise against using Thomas Cook? Or do you support Thomas Cook who you/your website claim are ripping people off?

No certainly not, I have holiday'd with Thomas Cook myself they have some cracking offers which we are always blogging. What my advice to people would be is to ensure that you are always getting the best possible deal, play around with your pricing. If the price shows up at less for adults than it is for children, don't get ripped off, try looking elsewhere for your holidays.

We would love your contributions over on the relevant blog on this matter.

Thanks.
I just find it strange that you would still recommend using a company that you claim are defrauding/stealing from families. If they are 'ripping people off' at the initial booking phase, then where would it end? Are they going to steal my luggage also? Am I going to get mugged in my hotel room?? You support some pretty strong accusations in one hand and then are recommending people use them in another.

A company increasing prices to maximise profitability is not stealing and it's ludicrous to compare it to mugging.

Don't like the price, don't pay, it's quite simple.
[Holiday Pirates]#15
Sir Charles
They are not ripping people off anyway its supply and demand. Profit is not a dirty word

Hi sorry the thread went a little off topic, it is not referring to supply and demand, other issues such as the exact same holiday costing more for children than it would for adults.

You can read about it here:
http://www.holidaypirates.com/others/three-ways-tour-operators-are-ripping-off-families
#16
welshman10
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
SunshineStacey
JoeyJoJoJunior
Wow, this is a bit awkward. Didn't you just call out Thomas Cook for ripping people off?

Tour Operators... for the way they use sneaky tricks to increase the cost of family holidays during school breaks.

(edit: I did not write that blog btw, but I do support it)
Thomas Cook were featured in this article that you support though right? And this is a deal from Thomas Cook? So do you support the article and advise against using Thomas Cook? Or do you support Thomas Cook who you/your website claim are ripping people off?

No certainly not, I have holiday'd with Thomas Cook myself they have some cracking offers which we are always blogging. What my advice to people would be is to ensure that you are always getting the best possible deal, play around with your pricing. If the price shows up at less for adults than it is for children, don't get ripped off, try looking elsewhere for your holidays.

We would love your contributions over on the relevant blog on this matter.

Thanks.
I just find it strange that you would still recommend using a company that you claim are defrauding/stealing from families. If they are 'ripping people off' at the initial booking phase, then where would it end? Are they going to steal my luggage also? Am I going to get mugged in my hotel room?? You support some pretty strong accusations in one hand and then are recommending people use them in another.

A company increasing prices to maximise profitability is not stealing and it's ludicrous to compare it to mugging.

Don't like the price, don't pay, it's quite simple.

I only compared being 'ripped off' with being mugged. I didn't actually make any of these claims.
[Holiday Pirates]#17
yes it is easy for things to be misconstrued. It is best to stick to the thread in question to avoid confusion.
banned#18
markbowen07
I'm at a loss if its provided by Thomas cook and you sunshine Stacey are posting the deal what's Hoilday pirates got to do with any of it ?


Stacey works (very hard I might add). for hukd as a representative for their holiday blog named holiday Pirates.

She (amongst others) mercilessly scour the net for holiday deals then they get posted on the blog and also in the deals section.

This ensures any click through sales are referred by hukd and thus earn commission.

The prominence of holiday Pirates name in the deal is important as it means hukders (and people they talk to) mentally associate cheap hols with holiday Pirates thus increasing their potential customers.
#19
red16
Great find yet again Stacey, anyone know what the prices are for food and drinks etc if having to buy out there?

Ps I'm also looking for late honeymoon deal AI like Chrissy

Food and drinks are not cheap! Nor is there really much choice. The amount you will spend out you might as well pay and go all inclusive, apart from Caribbean, Cape Verde are one of the better places to go all inclusive with the food and drinks being of a high standard.

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