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Black Friday Norwegian Airlines 30/30% off flights eg New York £280.10 @ Norweigan

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Use the low price calendar to search for the lowest price and enter the code into the 'campaign code' area. *Up to 30 % discount on all flights using campaign code: BLACKFRIDAY16. Book by 22:59 PM
rachelandgromit Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago2 Comments
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Link is to a cruise travel agent
FIXED. thanks.

Edited By: jamsammy99 on Nov 25, 2016 09:49: Amended
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Cheap flights to Gran Canaria from Manchester during the Christmas break. £70.00 quid return for an adult @ Norwegian air

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I was looking for flights to Gran Canaria on the 23rd of Dec returning on the 28th. An adult return from London was about 230 quid but booking a flight from Manchester cost me just 70 quid return!…
msubbu33 Avatar4w, 22h agoFound 4 weeks, 22 hours ago14 Comments
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poppi1200
any cheap hotels?Please
Apologies on the delay. I do not have info on cheap acco unfortunately.
Thank you
poppi1200
any cheap hotels?Please
Apologies on the delay. I do not have info on cheap acco unfortunately.
dewonderful
chocci
There aren't any flights on the 28th from GC
This is correct. OP - how did you manage to get a flight on the 28th when there are no flights on 28th with Norwegian? Deal sounds like heat-seeking if you ask me (_;)
I did not add Norwegian air to the title! Someone else did! My tickets were Norwegian Air one way and Ryanair the other way. Hope this clarifies.
That is the reason why I added the Google search URL as the link to the deal.
Same price flying with Ryanair from Bristol to Gran Canaria flying out on 20th Dec and returning on New Years Eve.
WOW.... great price.... Thanks for sharing
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Flights London to Los Angeles Return norwegian Air £338.00

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Norwegian Airlines are flying to Los Angeles from London from £338 return in January and February 2017. This is basic economy and is £438 with baggage, but still an excellent deal. Other flight…
martymoose Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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SKyscanner showing deals around £320, cold
I flew from London to NY and then returned from Miami in Sept last year and was totally shocked by how good the flight/service was. I fully expected it to be bad given the tickets were £200 less than the next cheapest but the plane was brand new, service was great - I'd definitely do it again
benjenkins
davester2k
They are a fairly awful airline. Wouldn't fancy a long haul flight with them. The most worrying part would be they don't have enough capacity to get you home quickly if something goes awry with scheduling.
What a **** accusation. I flew with NA to LAX earlier this year and the flight was fantastic. Brilliant airline and great planes.

They are brilliant until they let you down. Their customer service is shocking. As I say, I wouldn't trust them on a long route where they have little capacity. If your flight back from the USA is cancelled you could be in for a hell of a long wait compared to a non-budget operator who would be able to find a seat for you via partner airlines or the like.
spannerzone
pretty good, they have WiFi onboard too if I recall

Unfortunately Norwegian doesn't have WiFi on their long haul trans-Atlantic flights (source, scroll to the bottom)
Don't know why these budget airlines always get voted hot. This is not a good deal considering you get no food/drink onboard or baggage.




Edited By: KM4353 on Sep 29, 2016 06:42
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Bose QC25 Noise Cancelling Headphones £179.00 on Norwegian airlines

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See page 19 of the linked PDF. I realise this may the hardest to obtain deal I have ever posted but since we have an active deal for Norwegian flights this seemed like a good time to post this.
jamesdew Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago16 Comments
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Publix
Love my QC25s - I just use them for noise cancel - wear my preferred in ears under them.
Works for me.<3


That is pure genius!
casablancas
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

Picture of the x20 lined up...


Second this
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

How on earth do you chose which ones to choose?
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

Picture of the x20 lined up...
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.
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Flight sale @ Norwegian Air eg New York Return from £272 / Boston Return from £230 / Norway from £59 Return & many more

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Loads and loads of flights on sale, various airports. Including New York, Boston, Berlin, Florida, Poland, Berlin, Croatia, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Austria & more Examples
goonertillidie Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago43 Comments
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Rhinos1985
Flew to NYC with them last January and was great.

You can easy carry a weeks worth of clothes in 10kg and im sure you can go 7 hrs without airline food or just bring sarnies.

People are too precious, they dont hide the fact they charge for extras.


​or maybe other people are different, try travelling with a baby and only hand luggage!
Flew to NYC with them last January and was great.

You can easy carry a weeks worth of clothes in 10kg and im sure you can go 7 hrs without airline food or just bring sarnies.

People are too precious, they dont hide the fact they charge for extras.
Thank you. Can I start by saying I have been using Norwegian airways for 2 years, they are fantastic, especially if you book a dreamliner. Thanks for posting this. Just booked my flights to Las VEGAS and LA all in one go. amazingly cheap.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Sep 03, 2016 17:10: typo
poolman
davester2k
Awful airline if things go wrong.
I concur.
Knowing your flight has gone tech, then waiting 8 hours to cancel it (whilst people are actually stood in the check in queue) shows an incredible disdain for their customers. They refuse to acknowledge EC reg 261 either, meaning you'll need to go to court to retrieve costs. Google Norwegian Air compensation for some interesting reading, class actions etc.
You have been warned....



Sounds a bit like my one and only forever Jet2 experience.
poolman
I see Norwegian Air Customer service is alive and well this morning for once!!

That's the first and most recent article on google...there are plenty more if you care to look.....clearly some people think Norwegian are wonderful, so you won't.

Here's hoping that your flights are never cancelled or delayed due to 'extraordinary circumstances'.......



Google any airline in that way and you'll get the same result, a full page of customer complaints :) happy to be proven wrong :)
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return flights LGW to Santorini May 2017 £54.50 @ Norwegian Air

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bargain return flights to this beautiful Greek Island. this price is for a week departing 6th May 17 returning 13th May 17. weather should be pleasant at this time of year.
Joetopps Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago18 Comments
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Now £85
Brilliant price and airline. Very tempted.
ferrarian
Bit too early to plan for next year!


Always good to have something to look forwards too and keep motivation going. I got three holidays booked up for next year, January, May (unfortunately although on a cruise visiting Santorini anyway) and October :)
Good find OP
Have some heat ;)
Stayed at the the Mill Houses in February, breakfast brought to your room, even in the pouring rain, class! :-)
Isn't Santorini flooded with migrants at the moment?
This should give you an idea how stupid your comment is if you think people are getting in rubber dinghies in Turkey and paddling to Santorini:
http://i.imgur.com/aPO9uPf.jpg
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Direct Norwegian flights from London Gatwick to Las Vegas for £306.00 return

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Many dates between January and March 2017 for £306 return
soundlovers Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago22 Comments
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Hot, great deal.

Thank youuuuu!
Cheap flights but it will be cold
No it won't!
Cheap flights but it will be cold
Cheap flights but it will be cold
Not that cold! Me and the Missus was there Jan 4th for her bday. Lovely during the day, a jumper in the evenings. We stayed at Aria, in a suite, best hotel I've EVER stayed at!!
Where is OSL/ARN/CPH ? How do you find out to fly via certain destinations to get a cheaper flight? is it just trial and error? or is there some method/inside information to know how/which airports to fly to first before flying onto a given destination
Thanks
OSL = Oslo, ARN = Stockholm and CPH = Copenhapen. Just look at the low fare calendar on the Norwegian site. It's just trial and error, but you can scan through the whole year in a minute or two. Copenhagen is probably your best bet as easyjet / ryanair fly into that airport and not one miles away. One of the reasons they are cheaper is the lack of 70quid in UK air passenger duty! Just remember to allow plenty of time to change between flights
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April 2017/ Easter weekend departure return flights LGW to Corfu, Santorini from £59.00pp @ Norwegian

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Norwegian have been sneaking out some nice prices from for April flights Gatwick to Greece next year. I went for Corfu at £59 return each 23-30 April when things should be starting to warm up and m…
deeboy Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Went to Kos October 2015.
Loved it and will deffo go back
chocci
Simes123
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
What's your favourite greek islands? We love crete, corfu was ok but hated rhodes.

I think Santorini - pretty villages, stunning views. We also enjoyed Kefalonia, though that was like Corfu was 30 years ago (in a good way) - much quieter, peaceful, less touristy. I enjoyed Rhodes but it was 28 years ago and we stayed in Lindos.
I loved corfu, but was in the middle of nowhere. A look on Google maps shows the place is now much bigger, guess it has been nearly 20 years!
Simes123
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
What's your favourite greek islands? We love crete, corfu was ok but hated rhodes.
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
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Gatwick- New York Feb 2017 £270.80 return Norwegian Air

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Sharing for those who like to book ahead. Norwegian have a number of flights to New York in February for £270.80 return. I used 8th Feb- 14th Feb as an example but alternatively you could use Google f…
bexg4 Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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There are plenty of dates available so there may be other times on those dates :)

It seems its one flight a day so all the same time. TBH if you are staying in NY then the later flight is not too bad as you get to the hotel and sleep ready for the next day.
There are plenty of dates available so there may be other times on those dates :)
Is there anyway I could get an earlier departure time? Like early morning? That one says you wouldn't arrive until 9pm which is abit late for my liking.

Thanks
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£64.00 (hand luggege only) or £110 (checked Luggage) flight to Santorini @ Norwegian Air Shuttle

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The price quoted is for flying out of London Gatwick on 9 April 2016 and return on the 16th April. Return luggage only is £64 or £110 with luggage which is not bad at all. Hope it helps someone :)
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Lol good thing this wasn't a deal about a flight to Israel
Gollywood
365pizza
cupcakech3ry
They are the airline that threw off two Palestinians because some Israelites told them they wouldn't fly on the same plane.
Great deal, but apply ethics please.
Great news.
Norwegian go to the top of preferred airlines.
​Goes to bottom of my list.
Wait till 'they' come for you....

And you are?
cupcakech3ry
They are the airline that threw off two Palestinians because some Israelites told them they wouldn't fly on the same plane.
Great deal, but apply ethics please.

Completely wrong, it was a different airline (i.e. Aegean) and the passengers all had Israeli passports.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jan/05/israeli-arab-and-palestinian-abandon-plane-passenger-complaints
rodman
Gollywood
365pizza
cupcakech3ry
They are the airline that threw off two Palestinians because some Israelites told them they wouldn't fly on the same plane.
Great deal, but apply ethics please.
Great news.
Norwegian go to the top of preferred airlines.
​Goes to bottom of my list.
Wait till 'they' come for you....
no one cares about your list
http://www.airlinequality.com/airline-reviews/norwegian/


​and you are??
anishmathw
bhav987
cupcakech3ry
They are the airline that threw off two Palestinians because some Israelites told them they wouldn't fly on the same plane.
Great deal, but apply ethics please.
No - it wasn't because they 'refused' to fly with them because they were simply Palestinian. If you're going to make comments on things like Mac first ensure they are accurate. Secondly, not relevant for the OP's find.
Voted hot, went santorini last year, defo recommend - don't stay in Oia, too touristy and crowded. There best views are found in imerovigli- we had a balcony right on the cliff, with nothing in front of us, amazing sunsets and views. Firostefani and Fira are walking distance, lots of restaurants, and can either hike or get a cheap bus to Oia.
Could u please share that hotel name ?


https://flic.kr/p/EoscC3

View from my hotel room, kasimatis studios
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Return flights LONDON(Gatwick) to NEW YORK may/june 2016 £300.30 @ norwegian.com

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various dates , many options in may, for ex. : 6.5. £149 london - new york 12.5. £151.30 new york - london or 24.5 ---> and back at 12.6 CHEAPER THAN BA hope it will help someone
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alpha40
Also important to note that Norwegian charges you £50 for a checked bag in advance and £60 if done at the airport - AF/KLM are offering similar fares but they turn out a lot cheaper if you want to take checked in luggage with you (1pc free)


I will be booking a one way flight to New York from London on 19th May 2016, have been keeping an eye on prices for the last 2 months. These are the current prices considering direct flights only;

Norwegian Air: £149.99 (+£50 for baggage & meals)
Delta: £1038
Air France: £842
KLM: £1040.06
Finnair: £990.83
Virgin Atlantic: £1044.65
British Airways: £1230

From what I can see for that specific date that I need nobody can get anywhere near Norwegian's price. The next best deal is Westjet at £291 each with a 5 hour stopover in Toronto.


That's mostly because it's a one-way flight and most legacy airlines charge extra for those. I don't think the difference would be anywhere near as great if comparing return flight prices. Lucky deal for you, though :-)
unhappybunny
Rather pay more for BA. No Avios with these clowns... And BA OFFER LONDON PRIDE ON BOARD !!!!!!!!????
Do any other airlines offer real ale?? Do they .....????.

Keep the London Pride and fly Scandinavian Airlines. Mikkeller beers designed to be consumed in the air; Pale, Wit, Lager, Spontan...

Rather have proper craft beer than Pride any day (_;)
iEimis
mattwoodfield
iEimis
mattwoodfield
99zhang
mattwoodfield
For those living near Birmingham, you can get a return flight to either JFK or Newark for between £330 - £400 direct depending on dates, which includes meals and bags. Granted it's a twin engined 757 but they are fantastic aircraft with a great safety record. Worth a look if you don't want to commute to Gatwick!
Which airline, please?
Take your pick - American Airlines go to JFK and United Airlines go to Newark.
I booked United Airlines for March for £400 odd return as their 757's have seat back entertainment as where as the AA ones don't.
Same price from Manchester with AA, although the departure is with a stop at LHR and operated by British Airways but includes meals and baggage by the looks of it.
Yeh I think the only bonus if you got from Manchester is that it's probably going to be wide bodied airfraft with IFE.... Although some people prefer the 757 as it's more comfortable,
Doesn't tells you which aircraft it is for departure, but for return it's 767 ;)
Obviously Manchester is an advantage for those who are living nearby, because London is considerably far away for me :)

Agreed. There are some good deals to be had at regional airports now. For me it's an extra £100 to fly from Birmingham after the extortionate bag charges Norweigen charge. Parking and fuel from birmingham to Gatwick would cost more than £100, not to mention the pain of travelling after that long flight!

Although, if loved to have had a ride on the 787 though 8)

Great deal for those living in and around London!
If going to NY to shop, I'd not want to spend my budget on the flight before I got there!?

Hot price! Good spot.
mattwoodfield
iEimis
mattwoodfield
99zhang
mattwoodfield
For those living near Birmingham, you can get a return flight to either JFK or Newark for between £330 - £400 direct depending on dates, which includes meals and bags. Granted it's a twin engined 757 but they are fantastic aircraft with a great safety record. Worth a look if you don't want to commute to Gatwick!
Which airline, please?
Take your pick - American Airlines go to JFK and United Airlines go to Newark.
I booked United Airlines for March for £400 odd return as their 757's have seat back entertainment as where as the AA ones don't.
Same price from Manchester with AA, although the departure is with a stop at LHR and operated by British Airways but includes meals and baggage by the looks of it.
Yeh I think the only bonus if you got from Manchester is that it's probably going to be wide bodied airfraft with IFE.... Although some people prefer the 757 as it's more comfortable,

Doesn't tells you which aircraft it is for departure, but for return it's 767 ;)
Obviously Manchester is an advantage for those who are living nearby, because London is considerably far away for me :)

Edited By: iEimis on Jan 08, 2016 21:51
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Flights: Gatwick to Spain/Portugal/Canaries £50 to £60 return - Norwegian Airline - One way is £29.90

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Alicante, Malaga, Canaries, Faro, Madeira, Mallorca etc less than £60 return. Book by 18th January. £29.90 (one way) price is only on certain dates - other dates available at higher prices. Deal o…
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Looked like a Nike tick
F9T
Do they go to Madrid?


If only there was a way of finding out well apart from clicking on the link and finding out for yourself.
Do they go to Madrid?
Flew with Norwegian to Fuerteventura last christmas and must admit this is a best budget airlines in my opinion. Helpful crew, nice and clean aircraft and free wifi on board. Would be my first choice next time.
Norman-B
I think if you book via Opodo, you get to take your luggage included in the cheapest price. I did this last Summer.


​been screwed over by opodo (on flights to Rome with Monarch) - they book you on a different flight on another date than you chose originally, then make you think that it was a cock up that you made. Then charge u an arm & a leg for changes.
I would definitely advise all to avoid opodo.
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4 nights in Norwegian Lapland for £497.00pp including flights, hotel, husky sledding and Northern lights tour @ Norwegian

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4 nights in Norwegian Lapland for £497.60pp including flights, hotel, husky sledding and Northern lights tour. This deal is based on 2 people flying out of London Gatwick on 25th January and return…
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Yep they sure are I think they run up until the end of Feb/March!!
Will the excursions like reindeer sledging etc still be possible in Feb? I'm trying to find a suitable family break in Feb.
l0islane
Great deal price wise, but two and half days exploring Tromso might be a bit much, it's basically one street and a church! Also be warned Tromso is very expensive for eating, transport etc. You can do it on a budget, but it's limiting. Have fun and wrap up very warm!


I'm sort of glad you've said that because when we go we've only got 2.5 days there including excursions and I was thinking it was going to be rushed but glad I'll be able to get everything done! Just need to buy some warm clothes now!! Think I'll be picking pot noodles haha!!
Great deal price wise, but two and half days exploring Tromso might be a bit much, it's basically one street and a church! Also be warned Tromso is very expensive for eating, transport etc. You can do it on a budget, but it's limiting. Have fun and wrap up very warm!
mattkoen
It's always going to be a "deal" when you travel during the week... but nonetheless, definitely going to use your sources for planning this trip for myself in Feb. Cheers OP!


Glad I could help! Doing it myself in 2 weeks, can't wait!
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Flights to Vegas as little as £226.88 return or even cheaper @ NASASA

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Right this aint the easiest way to get to vegas but is the cheapest by a long shot. So we start from flying from Luton with ryanair (who I think are great and I know alot of you would rather eat your…
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Oslo or Stocholm are very cheap ways to get to Vegas. I've found Stocholm to Vegas return for £257
Personally Cosmo is my favourite hotel and with a bit of slot play will often offer you 2 free nights. Outside that I like Caesars or Mirage, Flamingo Go at a push! All depends on what end of the strip you prefer - I'd avoid Circus Circus and Strat just based on walking distances! Also worth checking offers through forums as you can normally get cheaper through promo codes.
KendallC
jord921
Anyone stopped at The Stratosphere Las Vegas Hotel & Casino ? going in march.
It's a little bit out of the action but the rides at the top of it are fun! We booked it a couple of years back but cancelled and stayed at the Flamingo in the end as I realised the girl I was going with wasn't gonna cope well with any unnecessary walking in the Vegas heat!

Stayed at the Stratosphere October last year and thought it was great fun. It's on one end of the strip and very well connected for the "Deuce" buses that run constantly up and down the strip and buses out of the strip to Fremont street etc. both frequent right outside the hotel door. We found it a bonus in that being at the end of the strip you're first on the bus/ best seats! Besides, walking and exploring the strip is half the fun of being there. The casino was dated compared to other hotels, but there are plenty more minutes away on the strip.
This is already a long flight, you can usually get cheaper from Ireland and I know a few got decent deals this summer from Manchester with Thomas cook. I personally couldn't think of anything worse. after hour 7 the flight becomes tedious. But if you are on a budget, Vegas is amazing. We did 7 nights a few weeks ago Staying at the Bellagio and the wife booked us a Terrance for a night in the Cosmo as I love balcony's as we usually only do 4 and it was nice and relaxed having the extra nights. The Cosmo usually has a free breakfast offer on or 3 for 2 nights, but is a younger hotel (we are both 30) and we prefer the larger and more mixed Bellagio pool, but drinks were much cheaper at the Cosmo.

If you are looking for budget, I have to agree with not staying at Circus, we met up with a friend who was out there the same time as us, who stayed at MGM then moved to TI and then decided he wanted to stay 5 nights extra and so got a cheap room at the Linq, He loved TI and I can see why really fun place to gamble and close to Wynn, Encore, Venetian etc. I think he paid £40 a night for his room at the Linq and it was clean and overlooking their pool, which was pretty decent and they didn't charge the crazy resort fee's most of the other resorts do.

We walked down to Circus Circus from the Bellagio hotel hopping and had a real good afternoon there, its as old school as strip hotels get, CW are old and the place is grimey, but cleaner than Slots of Fun next door if you want some mid day $5 blackjack, but only beer they had was bud, bud light, corona, coors and coors light. I asked for a Mojito and they don't offer any cocktails. so ended up with a JD and coke. where as most places now (even a few downtown, you can get Sam Adams, sierra Nevada or brooklyn) its also close to the pepper mill which do epic breakfasts and also the fireside lounge is cool for a few drinks.

Circus circus is fun and cheap for a few hours, but its out of the way from the main strip ( 10/15 min walk to TI or the wynn past a bulding site thats going to be resorts world) and doesn't offer the full Vegas experience. But on a site note their toilets in the front of the casino were spotless!
jord921
Anyone stopped at The Stratosphere Las Vegas Hotel & Casino ? going in march.

It's a little bit out of the action but the rides at the top of it are fun! We booked it a couple of years back but cancelled and stayed at the Flamingo in the end as I realised the girl I was going with wasn't gonna cope well with any unnecessary walking in the Vegas heat!
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Gatwick to Puerto Rico (Caribbean) return Nov and Dec 2015 on 787. Norwegian £250.00

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Been posted before, but not at this price. £250 return plus bags (£50 for 1 bag up to 20KG return) and food. Appears to be loads of availability over the next couple of months. Kids under 12 are £16…
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karysjones
mittromney
Why does title say (Caribbean) after destination?
Because Puerto Rico is in the Caribbean
I'd have though you'd know that Mitt, they aren't too far away from your jurisdiction =]
I've just come back from Puerto Rico and I would recommend it to anyone, it's absolutely beautiful. So much to do, night life is amazing and the beaches are incredible.
mittromney
Why does title say (Caribbean) after destination?




Because Puerto Rico is in the Caribbean
It's a good price but I don't know what would I do over there.
Why does title say (Caribbean) after destination?
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4 nights in New York for just £383.69pp (£737 for 2) including direct flights and Manhattan hotel @ Norweigan Air Shuttle

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This price is based on 2 people travelling from London Gatwick on 6th February returning 10th February and staying in the well reviewed The Hotel 91 based on Manhattan island! You will be flying in…
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This is pretty misleading... If you include checked luggage, seat reservations and a meal then the price rockets up - flights alone for this cheap period aren't much less than £400 per person, which is about £50 more than you can find on Sky Scanner. Cold.


How is the deal misleading? They state it's extra for luggage and having a meal and reserving a seat is a personal choice and one that I never take up. So why should the deal include all your criteria and not someone's the same as mine?

Nit-picking.

Good deal, if someone wants extras then that's down to them and their wallet.

Heat.
bojangles
Tanweeralqarni
A noob question. Don't you need visa? What are the requirements and procedures?
Oh yeah I forgot. I'll just ask professor Google.
As long as you have a clean record - you can sign up for the ETSA programme.
Helps beat the long immigration queues as well... last 2 times Ive flown under ETSA we got fast tracked (we can use electronic machines) past a plane that landed from Mexico & another from China.
Thanks mate. I'll look into that.
Heat op, gonna check dates :)
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Wrap up warm... then wrap up warmer.. then head back to the hotel lol
Haha guessing your not a fan of the cold!

*you're
simon77
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... and I've probably travelled more this year than you have in your life!
Woah, are you Ronnie Pickering?


Haha love this!!
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Surely any airline transatlantic includes meals drinks and luggage as standard
No.
Shocked.... !!!
They are literally Ryanair of transatlantic, although I've used them twice from Gatwick to JFK and not had any problems, I did pay for luggage both times, but food I didn't the second time and slept the whole journey.
In that case I'd much rather pay extra for BA from LHR. You can get a package for about £450 for flights + hotel city break
I agree, although I didn't stay in NY State when I flew the last time so the cheapest flight I could get made me happy.. I think i paid about £290 with a bag, isn't for many people although both times I flew the flights were fully booked. Enjoyed it (the 787 flight) a lot more than a Virgin (A340/747) flight I've flown multiple times before - Although possibly because new plane/new tech.
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Surely any airline transatlantic includes meals drinks and luggage as standard
No.
Shocked.... !!!
They are literally Ryanair of transatlantic, although I've used them twice from Gatwick to JFK and not had any problems, I did pay for luggage both times, but food I didn't the second time and slept the whole journey.

In that case I'd much rather pay extra for BA from LHR. You can get a package for about £450 for flights + hotel city break
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unhappybunny
Surely any airline transatlantic includes meals drinks and luggage as standard
No.
Shocked.... !!!

They are literally Ryanair of transatlantic, although I've used them twice from Gatwick to JFK and not had any problems, I did pay for luggage both times, but food I didn't the second time and slept the whole journey.
Cold !
I don't want to go to Norway to book a holiday
Can't I just book it from the comfort of my armchair via T'internet :p
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Cold - Kids do not break up until the 20th - 21st of december at least
was only £18 more for 4 adults. gone up now.

WOW thats a brilliant price for 4 adults
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Xmas shopping flight (direct) to New York from Gatwick. 787 Dreamliner flight £272.00 @ NASASA

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I am sure that Holiday Pirates (excellent website guys, keep up the good work!) will have cottoned on to this but I spotted this Norwegian Air long weekend Xmas shopping flight from Gatwick and there
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Flying on dreamliner? lol I'd rather row across the Atlantic, it's safer.

too many icebergs
hotels have shampoo, razors etc complimentary in the room
We did exactly this flying to Miami. took hand luggage, a soft pack down hold all in it, bought loads of clothes and paid for the bag going home. Not complicated.
Flying on dreamliner? lol I'd rather row across the Atlantic, it's safer.
i like the whole concept of just buying luggage out there but think people are missing the obvious here like what clothes they are wearing and all the bathroom gear as well such as toothpaste razors etc
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VALENTINES WEEK NEW YORK RETURN FLIGHTS JUST £270.80 PP RETURN 11TH FEB 2016 FOR 5 NIGHTS @ NORWEGIANAIR

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Cracking price for valentines week return flights Departing 11th feb 2016 from Gatwick for 5 nights returning 16th feb 2016 Just £270.80 pp . flying with Norwegian air Loads of cheap hotels c…
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If you think hotel prices are high you could always use airbnb in new jersey thats what i did and stayed with some really nice people.Just dont think about using airbnb in new york
Why not think about it in new york? I have a place booked in queens.
I think he just means prices are quite high compared to outisde. Ive started airbnb a couple of times in NY no problem

Many places advertising on airbnb are doing so in violation of their housing rules. Do a bit of digging and you will see that apartment rentals in NYC can be illegal. It is a gamble that can work out okay but if it doesn't then you can lose the money and have nowhere to stay.
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If you think hotel prices are high you could always use airbnb in new jersey thats what i did and stayed with some really nice people.Just dont think about using airbnb in new york
Why not think about it in new york? I have a place booked in queens.
I think he just means prices are quite high compared to outisde. Ive started airbnb a couple of times in NY no problem
Presidents' Day is February 15th (Monday) - Macy's sale will be on, so go there and stock up. That's what we'll be doing. Last weekend Expedia had a special offer on - we got returns with American Airlines, 4 nights at the Millennium Broadway just off Times Square - £1150 all in. Only issue now is where to eat on Valentine's night.
I wish I could go. Hot price.
Just booked. Thanks OP! 8)
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Flights to San Juan from LGW on 4th Nov returning on 11th Nov for £278.00 @ Norwegian.com

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Couldn't find a flight to the Caribbean from London any cheaper than this - £278 including all taxes and surcharges to fly from London Gatwick to Puerto Rico on 4th November returning on 11th November…
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This fare doesn't include checked luggage or meals. This is an extra £100 return.