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East mids - Tenerife from £40.00 return @ Thomas Cook

£40.00 @ Thomas Cook Airlines (Fly Thomas Cook)
Few seats left at £40 then it jumps up to £50 28th Jan - 5th Feb Click on 'lowest fare finder' button Read More
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4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago
Few seats left at £40 then it jumps up to £50
28th Jan - 5th Feb
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I was looking today at flying Tenerife in March (with Thomas Cook) - found £33 return flight per person. Two adults plus baby = £88. Reserve your seats - extra £52. And if you want at least one bag - £25 each way for 20kg. Their hand luggage only lets you take 6kg.
So initial price looks good, but when you start adding the extras...
Good find, just not the cheapest airline when comes to adding necessary stuff.


Edited By: bednim on Jan 17, 2017 20:46
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bednim
I was looking today at flying Tenerife in March (with Thomas Cook) - found £33 return flight per person. Two adults plus baby = £88. Reserve your seats - extra £52. And if you want at least one bag - £25 each way for 20kg. Their hand luggage only lets you take 6kg.
So initial price looks good, but when you start adding the extras...
Good find, just not the cheapest airline when comes to adding necessary stuff.
Stupid question, perhaps, but why does reserving a seat cost more? I was under the belief (/misapprehension) that booking a flight automatically entails a seat being reserved for you?

As to the miserly hand luggage allowance; layer up all your clothes for the week. May get a bit warm, but no warmer than the rosey glow that'll come from the knowledge that you've just saved £25 each way! ;)


Edited By: Crapweasel on Jan 17, 2017 21:07
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Crapweasel
bednim
I was looking today at flying Tenerife in March (with Thomas Cook) - found £33 return flight per person. Two adults plus baby = £88. Reserve your seats - extra £52. And if you want at least one bag - £25 each way for 20kg. Their hand luggage only lets you take 6kg.
So initial price looks good, but when you start adding the extras...
Good find, just not the cheapest airline when comes to adding necessary stuff.
Stupid question, perhaps, but why does reserving a seat cost more? I was under the belief (/misapprehension) that booking a flight automatically entails a seat being reserved for you?
As to the miserly hand luggage allowance; layer up all your clothes for the week. May get a bit warm, but no warmer than the rosey glow that'll come from the knowledge that you've just saved £25 each way! ;)
You automatically get a seat. But if you want that seat to be anywhere in particular, like next to your companions, you have to pay them for the effort of getting their computer system to arrange this...
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Crapweasel
I was under the belief (/misapprehension) that booking a flight automatically entails a seat being reserved for you?
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M_z
Crapweasel
bednim
I was looking today at flying Tenerife in March (with Thomas Cook) - found £33 return flight per person. Two adults plus baby = £88. Reserve your seats - extra £52. And if you want at least one bag - £25 each way for 20kg. Their hand luggage only lets you take 6kg.
So initial price looks good, but when you start adding the extras...
Good find, just not the cheapest airline when comes to adding necessary stuff.
Stupid question, perhaps, but why does reserving a seat cost more? I was under the belief (/misapprehension) that booking a flight automatically entails a seat being reserved for you?
As to the miserly hand luggage allowance; layer up all your clothes for the week. May get a bit warm, but no warmer than the rosey glow that'll come from the knowledge that you've just saved £25 each way! ;)
You automatically get a seat. But if you want that seat to be anywhere in particular, like next to your companions, you have to pay them for the effort of getting their computer system to arrange this...


You're right and it is such ****. Booking at the same time would, you would think, autofill the seats in order. Waste of money imo reserving a seat.
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29th Jan to 4th Feb £29.98pp with Ryanair
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Also with Ryanair 10kg hand luggage and a small bag 35x20x20mm
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Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
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elan
Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
#10
mousey
elan
Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
Thanks

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