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2 for 1 Round of Golf, PGA Auto Return & putting mat, 25 AAA grade balls & PGA golf ball printer for £38.99 @ Mightydeals

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The 2 for 1 round of golf for you and your friend is available at over 1,000 premier courses throughout the UK and Ireland including world famous venues such as The Belfry Golf Course, The Grove Golf
ettienem1001 Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago7 Comments
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Sorry but Cold. Add another £4.99 for postage

It won't be the main courses at The Belfry and St Andrews. 2 for 1 tickets costs about £5

PGA ball printer - Sold in the Xmas sales for £5.

Auto return mat £10

25 Top Flight Balls - Might be new/nearly new but any golfer that takes the game seriously would only use them for practice or throw them for their dog to chase.

It says in the info section it includes The Belfry and St Andrews

Yes - but not the bigger courses. If you think that the Old Course are going to suscribe to GreenFree, you're having a laugh. They don't need the business. Neither do the New Course, Jubilee, Eden etc etc etc. All part of the Trust which is thriving.
DBear
Sorry but Cold. Add another £4.99 for postage

It won't be the main courses at The Belfry and St Andrews. 2 for 1 tickets costs about £5

PGA ball printer - Sold in the Xmas sales for £5.

Auto return mat £10

25 Top Flight Balls - Might be new/nearly new but any golfer that takes the game seriously would only use them for practice or throw them for their dog to chase.


It says in the info section it includes The Belfry and St Andrews
Have used them before most coarses listed were no longer involved with this deal. Very unhappy with them. This is not an understatement 4 out of 6 in scotland and 3 out of 5 london area i tried no longer took the vouchers.
vouchers worth £2, so £36.99 for auto return mat, 25 balls and ball printer, not too hot really
sonnymejim
can you see what courses are available before you buy?



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Half-Day Helicopter Pilot Experience (worth £349) inc 20 Minute Flying Lesson & Free Pilot Notes @ Mighty Deals - £139.00

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Helicopter adventure worth £349, now just £139 on Mighty Deals. Includes: Introduction and safety briefing from a CAA licensed helicopter instructor Free pilot notes booklet 20 min…
Jas10 Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago1 Comment
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A half day experience but you only spend 20 minutes in the air? That means you're effectively paying a whopping £7 a minute for your flight!

On that basis, cold.
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7 Nights Self-Catering in Costa de Almería, Spain for up to 4 People, 52% Off @ Mighty Deals (petcheyleisure) - £99.00

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7 Nights Self-Catering in Costa de Almería, Spain for up to 4 People, Was £206, Now £99 – 52% Off Details 7 nights in Costa de Almería, Spain for £99 instead of £206 (52% off) Stay at…
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rodman
how hot it is gonna be at the end of April?

It's the driest part of Spain so expect 20-25 degrees by April. I was there in August and it hot 50 degrees. Just be warned that Vera is also the home of a very large nudist resort with a large nudist beach. having said that Mojacar just 1 mile away is fantastic for the beach.
yozzman1234
Well i wouldnt like to go on holiday where you stayed !!!!!!!!!! And on average a return flight to mallorca between apr to sep is £150 per person not £10 , if your lucky you might get it one way out of season for £10 !!!!! wind your neck in


Well I go on holiday to experience the place I'm visiting, not the hotel room.

I didn't say you could get it for £10 return. I said Ryanair fly there for not much more than £10 - which they do. There are a few dates for march for around £12, a few in april for around £18 then May and June are around £30 (and would probably get cheaper when they launch their sale for that period.

I'm not suggesting people spend £100 on their holiday, just that in comparison, I hardly see £855 as the absolute bargain over self-catering that they are claiming it is.
how hot it is gonna be at the end of April?
SixFeet
so is this £99pp or total for the entire week?

Might wanna check out my post HERE
Stay at a Petchey Leisure resort in Portugal previously, and yes, they'll ask you to go to a sales meeting for the time share.

My advise? Go! To sit through a 3 hour meeting and presentation, we got another week free at any of 15 resorts. When we revisited on the free week, we went to meet with the sales rep and got 2 bottles of wine (we were honest and said we didn't think it was for us, and we there about half an hour).

Nice company from my experience.
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2 Nights for Two at Tregenna Castle in St Ives - Save up to 63% (Includes breakfast & £100 voucher book) - £99.00 @ MightyDeals

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2 Nights for Two at Tregenna Castle in St Ives – Worth up to £270, Now £99 – Save up to 63% Full Information: If the stress of everyday life is breaking down your fort, take advantage of thi…
Jas10 Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago2 Comments
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Stayed here a couple of weeks ago with my wife & 2yr old daughter on this deal. Cracking hotel (the breakfast is a must) in wonderful grounds . Paid the extra for the sea view room-well worth it. Lovely walk through the grounds into St. Ives. Bit of an uphill challenge coming back though. All in all a cracking couple of days, but we were very, very lucky with the weather
More upgrades than a BMW - good luck:

Deal Terms
Book for stays before 30 April 2012.
Valid Sunday—Thursday only.
£20 per night surcharge for stays 11-18 February 2012.
£30 per night surcharge for stays 31 March—14 April 2012.
72 hour cancellation policy.
Subject to availability.
£99 offer applies to stays in a Castle Room. Seaview upgrades possible, subject to availability for an additional £20 per night. Check availability by phoning Tregenna Castle on 01736 795254.

Mostly decent reviews though.

Edited By: Besford on Jan 29, 2012 00:54
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2 Hour Aeroplane Pilot Experience + certificate & DVD of flight (66% off - worth £289) from Hinton Pilot Flight Training @ Mighty Deals - £99.00

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Includes: 1 hour tutorial and briefing 1 hour in the air. Available at the following locations: Northamptonshire, Gloucestershire, Cambridgeshire, Blackpool,
Jas10 Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago57 Comments
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A microlight could be either the one which has the pod and hangs under the hang gliding style wing or it could be a more traditional looking aircraft that operates under the microlight rules. Either are a great fun experience so he should enjoy it anyway. Just make sure you get the full 1hr flying that this voucher was for and not a 20 minute quicky flight. In 1hr he should have time to go to a general handling area and learn to turn the aircraft and do some climb and descent manouvres. This will give him a better feel for it than the 20 minute "sight seeing" quickies that don't let you get much hands on time.
I bought this deal (January 2012) for my husband's birthday. He has booked it for 2 weeks time but I see it is not with Hinton but with Formby microlight.

Does this mean he is going in a microlight as opposed to a 2 seater light aircraft. I am confused or have we been conned?

Has anyone else used their deal and was all ok?
I had a problem with this in that they booked me in for a weekend flight but then said they had overbooked and wouldn't be able to do a weekend until June, by which time I would be out of the country! I told Mighty Deals I wanted a refund and they refunded it within a few days so they were pretty good for that.
Sorry to hear that. Was the voucher for this 1hr flight experience? Have you tried to contact Hinton Flight Training? If you bought on your credit card then just make a charge back through your credit card company and you should get the money back.
Hi there,just to let people know I to purchased a voucher from mighty deals and have had a similar experience,no correspondence from them,not answering emails ect
Think I've been had for £175
My advice would be to stay well clear of Mighty Deals as there a totally uprofessional outfit
Any company that cannot be reached by phone should ring alarm bells.Never have I had such poor service in all my years of buying goods from the net
DO NOT USE MIGHTY DEALS THEY ARE AT BEST EXTREMELY INCOMPETENT OR JUST FRAUDSTERS.
Find out at your own peril.
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Birds of Prey Experience at the English School of Falconry (in Bedfordshire) – Was £78, Now £18.00 (77% Off) @ Mighty Deals

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"A deal to send you soaring with excitement! For just £18, enjoy a half day of handling and free-flying majestic birds of prey. Worth £78, this offer saves you 77% on this uniquely interesting a…
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bargainsprunger
Not done this deal but have been here on a similar with a hog roast and its well worth a visit.
You can take pictures of holding the birds etc. which is great for the kids. All the birds were very tame and no issues with them not settling etc. can be hard to get them to look while taking the picture though! I was there in daylight so no flash on photo's I'm unsure if it would be acceptable at night/dusk. The owls particular though some are massive, they weigh very little as its mostly feathers so even small children if confident enough can hold them, had my little girl holding an owl which was the size of her torso with no problems and makes a great picture for the album.

The night we went was when the baby condor had just arrived to the school. it was moved around on a trolley and a large cardboard box suitable eg. for a washing machine and the bird pretty much filled it and its prob a lot bigger now. The people there knew their stuff as most of them have truly raised the birds from egg/young (including taking them almost everywhere they go and keeping them at home etc.) they were happy to answer any questions about the birds and raising them etc.

Well worth it even without the kids if you are vaguely fascinated by nature etc. +Recommended

Note for people looking to get pictures..
The attendees are usually split into 3 groups at the start for the following:
big birds handling
small birds handling
tour through the school/veiw all the other birds in enclosures or on stands

they then rotate until each group has done all 3, break for food, then do the dusk/night time displays etc (they have floodlights, you can see quite well)

If you are mainly looking for a good photo of your children holding the birds then get into that group first. It is usually crowded (everyone wants to handle the birds first) so you may only get photo op for a couple of birds in each group. As dusk approaches early you dont want to be trying to take the photo in poor light if you end up on the 3rd group.

If pics arent an issue then take the tour first as you can then actually see most of the birds in the light. its hard to see them in the enclosures in poor light later in the day.

~they may do a different format so dont bank on the above info~

BRING:
Torch(es)
good footwear (can be muddy)
Camera

Thanks for the helpful advice :)
Not done this deal but have been here on a similar with a hog roast and its well worth a visit.
You can take pictures of holding the birds etc. which is great for the kids. All the birds were very tame and no issues with them not settling etc. can be hard to get them to look while taking the picture though! I was there in daylight so no flash on photo's I'm unsure if it would be acceptable at night/dusk. The owls particular though some are massive, they weigh very little as its mostly feathers so even small children if confident enough can hold them, had my little girl holding an owl which was the size of her torso with no problems and makes a great picture for the album.

The night we went was when the baby condor had just arrived to the school. it was moved around on a trolley and a large cardboard box suitable eg. for a washing machine and the bird pretty much filled it and its prob a lot bigger now. The people there knew their stuff as most of them have truly raised the birds from egg/young (including taking them almost everywhere they go and keeping them at home etc.) they were happy to answer any questions about the birds and raising them etc.

Well worth it even without the kids if you are vaguely fascinated by nature etc. +Recommended

Note for people looking to get pictures..
The attendees are usually split into 3 groups at the start for the following:
big birds handling
small birds handling
tour through the school/veiw all the other birds in enclosures or on stands

they then rotate until each group has done all 3, break for food, then do the dusk/night time displays etc (they have floodlights, you can see quite well)

If you are mainly looking for a good photo of your children holding the birds then get into that group first. It is usually crowded (everyone wants to handle the birds first) so you may only get photo op for a couple of birds in each group. As dusk approaches early you dont want to be trying to take the photo in poor light if you end up on the 3rd group.

If pics arent an issue then take the tour first as you can then actually see most of the birds in the light. its hard to see them in the enclosures in poor light later in the day.

~they may do a different format so dont bank on the above info~

BRING:
Torch(es)
good footwear (can be muddy)
Camera
Tempted but I already know a cracking owl sanctuary.
Birds of prey?
That's nuns, innit? oO
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2 Cineworld Tickets for £7.00 - 2D @ Mightydeals

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Another Cineworld Deal this time from Mighty Deals. The same drill, You'll get 2 online codes to use on Monday. Tickets expire 07/02/2012
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Trying to book for next Friday but seems I can only book in advance 'til Thursday. The website says
'Cineworld's film performance programming only runs for a week in advance, running from a Friday to the following Thursday.'
If I'm reading that correct then I don't see how I'm going to be able to use these vouchers on a Friday as Cineworld state in their email
'Providing your purchase is made before 3pm on Friday, Cineworld will issue your discounted coupon code the following Monday'
Seems as though it's impossible to use the voucher for a Friday. Anyone got any ideas please.
EportJake
Right sussed it. The codes are not the 5 digit strings on the email. The codes are the long strings starting CW next to merchant id.

Thanks, had the same issue and you're right CW codes are the ones that work.
Right sussed it. The codes are not the 5 digit strings on the email. The codes are the long strings starting CW next to merchant id.
Tried to use my codes but they don't work.
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