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Flash Sale - RETURN Flights to Orlando - 500 seats priced at £299.99 @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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Another corking price for flights to the US. In particular Orlando. There's only 500 seats at this price and I'd imagine they'd go pretty quickly. Outbound dates from 24th March until 17th May, so not… Read More
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Another corking price for flights to the US. In particular Orlando. There's only 500 seats at this price and I'd imagine they'd go pretty quickly. Outbound dates from 24th March until 17th May, so not a bad window to book really.

Outbound flight dates from Gatwick (LGW)

LGW MCO 24-Mar-17
LGW MCO 25-Mar-17
LGW MCO 26-Mar-17
LGW MCO 31-Mar-17
LGW MCO 01-Apr-17
LGW MCO 02-Apr-17
LGW MCO 07-Apr-17
LGW MCO 08-Apr-17
LGW MCO 14-Apr-17
LGW MCO 15-Apr-17
LGW MCO 21-Apr-17
LGW MCO 22-Apr-17
LGW MCO 28-Apr-17
LGW MCO 29-Apr-17
LGW MCO 03-May-17
LGW MCO 05-May-17
LGW MCO 06-May-17
LGW MCO 10-May-17
LGW MCO 12-May-17
LGW MCO 13-May-17
LGW MCO 17-May-17

Inbound flight dates from Orlando International Airport (MCO)

MCO LGW 31-Mar-17
MCO LGW 01-Apr-17
MCO LGW 02-Apr-17
MCO LGW 07-Apr-17
MCO LGW 08-Apr-17
MCO LGW 09-Apr-17
MCO LGW 14-Apr-17
MCO LGW 15-Apr-17
MCO LGW 16-Apr-17
MCO LGW 21-Apr-17
MCO LGW 22-Apr-17
MCO LGW 28-Apr-17
MCO LGW 29-Apr-17
MCO LGW 03-May-17
MCO LGW 05-May-17
MCO LGW 06-May-17
MCO LGW 10-May-17
MCO LGW 12-May-17
MCO LGW 13-May-17
MCO LGW 17-May-17
MCO LGW 19-May-17
MCO LGW 20-May-17
MCO LGW 24-May-17
MCO LGW 26-May-17
MCO LGW 27-May-17
MCO LGW 31-May-17

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buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Nobody said you had to have kids. I'm sure the human race would have survived without them.
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wacko911
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Nobody said you had to have kids. I'm sure the human race would have survived without them.
The human race would survive if people didn't have kids? Interesting theory.
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buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.


And that is why this is such a good deal, low prices no kids!
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buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Can you not grasp the simple principle of supply and demand? What do you expect them to do with the seat capacity they have invested in so they can accommodate your school holiday needs - fly the planes around empty for the rest of the year? I hate your kind of ignorant moaning.

Edited By: Besford on Dec 01, 2016 17:58
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Thanks for this! Just booked for our honeymoon! 14th April to 29th April 2017 for £299 each return! Great price I hope?

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1 Like #1
Gunna get some of these....ta
2 Likes #2
Very warm, even hot, but without the summer humidity, long daylight hours and less crowds make this an excellent time of year to visit.
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siadwel
Very warm, even hot, but without the summer humidity, long daylight hours and less crowds make this an excellent time of year to visit.

I really fancy it, can't stand humid weather! I did Egypt once and nearly fell over just thinking about going outside :D
#4
baggage extra?
3 Likes #5
Go for it then. Exchange rate not great but offset this against cheaper hotel/villa prices and car hire. We used carhire 3000 a couple of times, based in this country. Paid for it all upfront so no nasty surprises when we got there. Last car through them was with Alamo, although they use all the hire firms, and paid an extra $30 for the gold package that included a free (20 gallons in our jeep) tank of gas.
#6
When i click through all the prices are double the flash price?
4 Likes #7
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
#8
imran999
When i click through all the prices are double the flash price?

Very limited dates, pretty much nothing worth doing in half term.
2 Likes #9
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.

Surely March/April fits in perfectly with the Easter holidays?
#10
Undisclosed2
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Surely March/April fits in perfectly with the Easter holidays?

It does. And the flights are closer to £600 on those dates...
#11
When i try april onwards from manchester, the price of outgoing alone is 569, then add in a return of 259....and thats per person. lol

If anyone figures it out, i'm looking for 14 nights starting 31st march./1st or 2nd april from manchester.



Edited By: imran999 on Dec 01, 2016 13:30
1 Like #12
Beware of the hidden costs, each way seat reservation costs..probably not fussed if you are travelling alone, but as a family you could wait until check in and take the gamble otherwise Thomas Cook charge you for any seat reservation and at around £25+ each way per passenger it really does hike up the cost.
#13
MrPercent
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buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Surely March/April fits in perfectly with the Easter holidays?
It does. And the flights are closer to £600 on those dates...

I'm assuming the availability for those dates is over, then. 500 seats across a month is a tiny number.


Edited By: Undisclosed2 on Dec 01, 2016 13:34
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buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Nobody said you had to have kids. I'm sure the human race would have survived without them.
5 Likes #15
Thanks for this! Just booked for our honeymoon! 14th April to 29th April 2017 for £299 each return! Great price I hope?
3 Likes #16
WE'RE GOING TO FLORIDA, BABY!

Cheers OP. God bless HotUKDeals and all who sail in her.
#17
Just booked my flights. They didn't have my return date so I booked a day later and then booked a hotel room for a night. Still £100 cheaper than flying with Virgin.

Cheers OP!
#18
Got to find a good deal on hotels now... :/
4 Likes #19
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.

what ever next companies reacting to supply and demand and looking to maximise their profits
3 Likes #20
HOT !!!

Thanks so much for posting this op :)

After my husband saying we were definitely not going again next year I've just booked man-mco 24th march-8th april 2 adults 3 kids (11,9 & 5) all meals and baggage included for total price of £1,289.90 ..... bargain!!!!!

Now off to find a decent villa :)
1 Like #21
It also fits perfectly with Wrestlemania 33 if anyone's a wrestling fan ;)
#22
Undisclosed2
MrPercent
Undisclosed2
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Surely March/April fits in perfectly with the Easter holidays?
It does. And the flights are closer to £600 on those dates...
I'm assuming the availability for those dates is over, then. 500 seats across a month is a tiny number.

Nope.

They had some seats during the holidays but they were double or triple the quoted price.

The cheaper flights were on the last day of the holidays so no one could make use of them unless they took their kids out of school during term times.

Quite sneaky of them.

Edited By: teh arn on Dec 01, 2016 14:04
#23
Thank you so much for posting this deal! Me and my wife to be have been looking for cheap flights to Orlando for our honeymoon and this is great for us! Thank you!
1 Like #24
Ive got kids, so have to work around school term dates etc, still a hot deal - only a few years of school hols to go for us, then we will be taking advantage of off peak travel. that said I did only pay £300 pp to go to florida last August, so keep shopping around, there are ALWAYS deals out there.


Edited By: dealorama on Dec 01, 2016 14:10
#25
any advice on roughly how much per week accommodation, car hire and ticket prices would be in orlando?
#26
Shame all the new stuff opens June onwards ie volcano bay Avatar land but great offer though.
1 Like #27
Hotels are very cheap depends which part of Orlando, also uber is the best way to get around as car parks are expensive at parks.

Edited By: eddreed on Dec 01, 2016 14:34: Miss spelt
#28
Great! Been waiting weeks for this following all the other flash sales. I'm happy taking the £60 fine for taking LO in term time, although her attendance is likely to be above 96% anyway, as she will have finished her SATS.

This, plus Black Friday deal on Floridatix has made it very affordable for next year!




Edited By: racheloakes20 on Dec 01, 2016 14:37
1 Like #29
badasschris
any advice on roughly how much per week accommodation, car hire and ticket prices would be in orlando?

Tickets are probably the real killer; although you sometimes see deals on Floridatix etc for 5% off. You've just missed thier Black Friday offer.
#30
Seriously considering. I love flying virgin normally and can't fault the experience but this may swing it. With virgin it's all in - baggage, reserved seating and just generally better and service.
1 Like #31
Thomas Crook. Went with them to Orlando this year. Never again, ever, anywhere.
#32
ronaldmacdonald
Thomas Crook. Went with them to Orlando this year. Never again, ever, anywhere.
Why?
#33
It's hard to know when will be busy, with Easter so late. Booked to leave on Good Friday for two weeks. Hope the crowds won't be to busy for the two weeks after Easter weekend.
1 Like #34
Voted hot as good deal.

But Just done a quick comparison like for like for me and the wife -

Thomas cook - £800 inc choose seats
Car hire - £250

=£1050

Virgin Fly Drive

=£1100

Virgin wins for me personally. Choose seats for free, better clientele on there, higher standard all around, nicer planes. Not worth for £100

Edited By: samspud on Dec 01, 2016 15:00: Spelling
#35
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
It's supply and demand, more people obviously will want the school holiday dates so they cost more. Same principle applies to most things, hotels charge double or more when events or gigs are on nearby, even peak and off-peak hours for phone calls or energy rates work on the same principle. It's never going to change until makes good business sense to do so, and by that I mean financial gain.
#36
£419 per person for a Disney ticket plus $20 parking!
1 Like #37
Mattio
ronaldmacdonald
Thomas Crook. Went with them to Orlando this year. Never again, ever, anywhere.
Why?
I agree with rmcd. Went to Gran Canaria last year. No legroom, condescending announcements. Staff clearly did not enjoy their work and were unhelpful to the point of rudeness. We were staying in a nice hotel and the thought of the unpleasant 4 hour return flight put a downer on the whole trip. Many of the elderly passengers on the flight appeared to be having difficulty as they got off the flight after the cramped conditions. The thought of going to Florida in this style would be awful unless you are small and have short legs.

Never, ever again with Thomas Cook, another once great company ruined.
Ryanair is Business Class by comparison IMHO.
1 Like #38
robatt
Mattio
ronaldmacdonald
Thomas Crook. Went with them to Orlando this year. Never again, ever, anywhere.
Why?
I agree with rmcd. Went to Gran Canaria last year. No legroom, condescending announcements. Staff clearly did not enjoy their work and were unhelpful to the point of rudeness. We were staying in a nice hotel and the thought of the unpleasant 4 hour return flight put a downer on the whole trip. Many of the elderly passengers on the flight appeared to be having difficulty as they got off the flight after the cramped conditions. The thought of going to Florida in this style would be awful unless you are small and have short legs.
Never, ever again with Thomas Cook, another once great company ruined.
Ryanair is Business Class by comparison IMHO.

Tosh.
#39
I am considering it as already have accommodation, disney tickets uncluding parking & Seaworld so very interested. Want to fly out on 17th so thinking maybe 15th or 21st. Beware: Thomas Cook DOES charge for some drinks on flight to Orlando. Only long haul I have ever had to do that with.
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wacko911
buxb
Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
Nobody said you had to have kids. I'm sure the human race would have survived without them.
The human race would survive if people didn't have kids? Interesting theory.

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