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Return flight from London to San Francisco (March 2018) £294.80 @ Norwegian

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Basic direct low-fare flight. Daily flights so a lot of dates to choose from in similar price range. UPDATE1 - with the correct link. Link to the £284.80 return flight to LA: LINK Link to the £294.… Read More
Basic direct low-fare flight. Daily flights so a lot of dates to choose from in similar price range. UPDATE1 - with the correct link. Link to the £284.80 return flight to LA: LINK Link to the £294.…
TomMal Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago20 Comments
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£315 to Oakland from Manchester inc luggage meals, seen it on holiday pirates
Hire a car, Yosemite, skiing, then down to Death Valley for a warm up, across to Las Vegas and a trip out to the Grand Canyon.
plebbygiraffe
TomMal
When I compare prices for LGW to SFO between Experia and Norwegian, I don't see a discount.For 22/03 to 03/04 I get £294.80 (£394.80 for the LowFare+) on Norwegian and £399.60 on Experia.
It varies. It can be anything between £35-70 more than the LowFare price.
Anything above £50 is cheaper via Norwegian direct - but do remember you get 2 bags, not 1 and the likes of Expedia offer hotel discounts when booking flights together.

Right, so you can save up to £15 per ticket. Thanks for the info.

Do you know if you choose seats when booking with Expedia? Since it's 11h flight, it would be good to sit together preferably with some extra leg room.
TomMal
When I compare prices for LGW to SFO between Experia and Norwegian, I don't see a discount.For 22/03 to 03/04 I get £294.80 (£394.80 for the LowFare+) on Norwegian and £399.60 on Experia.

It varies. It can be anything between £35-70 more than the LowFare price.

Anything above £50 is cheaper via Norwegian direct - but do remember you get 2 bags, not 1 and the likes of Expedia offer hotel discounts when booking flights together.
plebbygiraffe
Expedia is the cheapest reputable outlet. There are others, but they're only a few £ cheaper and do not offer hotel discounts when booking flights.This page on Norwegian's travel agent site explains what you get https://agent.norwegian.com/uk/travel-info-and-how-to-book/reservation-procedure/q-surcharge/You basically get the LowFare+ ticket.If you're still unsure, Air New Zealand is £360 as someone posted above.Edit: eDreams book direct, as they do with all low cost carriers so you won't get the extras with them.

Very insightful thank you for taking the time. Im looking to go away next year with my wife so doing one ticket with Expedia, and one with Norwegian (Just reserve seats) will save me a few ££ thanks again :D
P.s I tried a ticket to new york and it was a larger 'jump' in price, guess it varies by route / bookings
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March/April USA Flights from £139.90pp One Way @ Norweigan

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£139.90 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
March/April offers live on Norweigan website: One way from: Chicago £179.90 Florida £159.90 Las Vegas £179.90 LA £169.90 Boston £139.90 Denver £179.90 Austin £179.90 San Fran £159.90 Above applies Read More
March/April offers live on Norweigan website: One way from: Chicago £179.90 Florida £159.90 Las Vegas £179.90 LA £169.90 Boston £139.90 Denver £179.90 Austin £179.90 San Fran £159.90 Above applies
rachelandgromit Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago11 Comments
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diktiomenos
scottishpunter
I would happily have a cheaper fare without food - its always terrible on a plane.
For domestic or intra-european flights (circa 3 hours or so), yes. But flying from Gatwick to the US west coast (e.g. LAX or SFO) takes a lot longer.

Yes, but nothing stopping you getting a couple of meal deals out of Boots before you get on the plane.
scottishpunter
I would happily have a cheaper fare without food - its always terrible on a plane.
For domestic or intra-european flights (circa 3 hours or so), yes. But flying from Gatwick to the US west coast (e.g. LAX or SFO) takes a lot longer.
One Norwegian route to avoid for the next year is Gatwick to Fort Lauderdale. FLL is experiencing horrendous delays on arrivals until a new terminal is finished. Up to 5 hours from touchdown to leaving the terminal (!) according to SKYTRAX reviews.
I flew with Norwegian from Gatwick to LA return in August 2014. Excellent flight and service and we paid about £450 each. Shame the plane looks like a dog's doo daa!
garethsmith72
the extra £45 for the luggage and food isn't that bad

That's each way... so £90 extra for luggage and food. If you are not travelling alone, that can easily add-up!

You should be able to go on hand-luggage for a week and pack sandwiches (buy water at the airport / bring empty bottles and fill them up at the airport)
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Gatwick- Orlando £274.00 each - 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 @ Norwegian air

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£274.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each. These are flight only with bagga… Read More
Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each. These are flight only with bagga…
bexg4 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago31 Comments
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jonl
Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?


they have been released a few days ago. be quick the one flight has gone up £300 in 2 days
I've just booked Christmas and new year only £819 all in !!! Virgin same dates 1600
dbizal
Remember to post any deals ;) Looking at going in November also - just waiting for the right price. Currently £777 for flights and 2 weeks accommodation at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista.


Just paid 1580 for 3 of us though Thomson although that was only for a week in the avanti resort...at coco key it was only £1600 ish for 2 weeks...
Touringplans.com is what you want if your hitting the parks. Saved me so much time

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bexg4
AdamBrunt
which dates are you selecting for Feb 2018 to get a return price of £274pp ?
The cheapest I can see is £295 and that's if you're happy going on Tuesday and coming back 4 days later.
I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the price down some.
Just checked and this is still the same price
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New York, Boston and Conneticut return from £164.00 (Flights from June 2017 - March 2018)

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£164.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Limited amount of tickets! Booked Edinburgh to New York (3rd - 9th September) £164 return. Hand luggage £25 each way... Fly from Belfast (BFS) to New York/Newburgh between Jul 2017 – Mar 2018 (1100… Read More
Limited amount of tickets! Booked Edinburgh to New York (3rd - 9th September) £164 return. Hand luggage £25 each way... Fly from Belfast (BFS) to New York/Newburgh between Jul 2017 – Mar 2018 (1100…
rebeccalouisejeynes Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago24 Comments
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bazza1603
Hi, 12 and 9 in August

At the moment,

I am thinking Bradley and stay over night pick up car, Air museum, then travel to Cape Cod, Stay there for 6 nights. Then to Boston dump car for 3 nights, and then fly down to New York for 4 nights and then travel back from Stewart.

Car about £250 including one way
Hotels about £2000


Just back from a 1 week stay in USA. Did 4 nights Cape Cod and 3 Boston. 6 nights on the Cape would have been too long for us. Daytrip to marthas vineyard is a must. We stayed at a Howard Johnson hotel in Quincy, a 12 min walk to subway, to keep hotel costs down as Boston hotels are so expensive. We stayed in Hyannis, Cape Cod, which was a good base. Very reasonable prices too (Hyannis Travel Inn). Not too sure that my kids would enjoy this type of holiday, though they did enjoy 3 weeks on the West coast last year.
Booked New York for myself and the other half for December. The return flights from Belfast for both of us, including a meal each on the way over and a hold luggage on the way back, came in at £411. Crazy good value. Can't wait. Just hope Trump hasn't turned America into the version of America created by Biff in Back to the Future 2.
Farmer Jack to a King :{
bazza1603
Anyone recommend a family friendly 14 day trip from either PVD or BDL?Been looking at Boston, Cape Cod and then New York and back home...


We're in the US at the moment for half-term. We spent 3 days in central New York, then hired a car (from Jersey City, about a third of the cost of car hire from JFK or NY) and have travelled up to them Great Wolf Lodge at Mr Pocono in Pennsylvania, about 90 mins out, leaving tomorrow. Absolutely beautiful up here, feels like proper old fashioned America. The Great Wolf have resorts all over, all with indoor waterparks, ropes courses etc, there's one near Boston too - check their website. If you sign up for their newsletter and then sign in on their page, look on the offers tab and there are codes that make it really cheap, we paid $99 a night for a family suite. We'll definitely do this again! My boys are also 12 & 9 and it's been perfect for them. Feel free to msg me for any info.
Hi, 12 and 9 in August

At the moment,

I am thinking Bradley and stay over night pick up car, Air museum, then travel to Cape Cod, Stay there for 6 nights. Then to Boston dump car for 3 nights, and then fly down to New York for 4 nights and then travel back from Stewart.

Car about £250 including one way
Hotels about £2000

Edited By: bazza1603 on May 28, 2017 17:58
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New York from Belfast/Edinburgh from £173.30 return (Inc NYE) Norwegian Air

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Been checking flights to new York for months now and just refreshed to find an offer that i have not had emailed by Norwegian. I think this is a heads up for a deal they have not emailed out yet. The… Read More
Been checking flights to new York for months now and just refreshed to find an offer that i have not had emailed by Norwegian. I think this is a heads up for a deal they have not emailed out yet. The…
kudos1uk Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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Whilst I'm dreading the flight (the 737Max is apparently a new plane with no 1st class and no in board flight entertainment) the alternative is to drive from Belfast to Dublin and pay £2,000 more for a family of 5 on Aer Lingus. So I'm massively grateful for the price.
lichi
Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews

Maybe you should have done that before flying with them?

Comments like this really wind me up you could have easily researched the plane they would use for your route before booking to check on thinks like in flight entertainment, and seat pitch. I know I did and flew with them from Gatwick to New York on the dream liner and they were fantastic.
Free in flight entertainment, loads of room, friendly staff, and all at a price much lower than the big airlines.

No complaints from me
lichi
Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews

I am sorry but I have to disagree. I have went with Norwegian a few times and think they are excellent. They have free on-board WiFi which was excellent while flying and I could talk to my friends on Facebook and even checked out for deals on HUKD. There was far more legroom that either Easyjet or Ryanair and the cabin crew were all very nice. Not sure about the food as we always take our own food on with us. We are booked to go to NYC in Jan with them from Edinburgh, We are going 5 days to NYC then 9 days to Orlando before heading back to Edinburgh.
lichi
Norwegian air is the worst airline ever , no inflight entertainment , Food awful , stewards rude, seats tiny, may be cheap flights but service is terrible , have a look on tripadvisor for reviews

At the end of the day its a budget airline, if you want all those things Its best to go BA and pay the extra for all those items.
Last flight I flew with them, I was impressed to discover they have free WiFi throughout the flight, I have never had free WiFi on any other flight, I've only seen it as a pay service before.

Its easy to take your own entertainment to cover a 7 hour flight these days and honestly my entertainment will be better than anything on an in-flight system.
tanked
Guess we're going to New York! Thanks! This site ... costs me a fortune :)
They're looking to charge £20 for seat reservation each way so for us 5 that would be £200! I really need to be seated with the kids - should I cough up or should it be fine?

When you arrive at the airport you can just ask for seats together. If you arrive 2 or 3 hours before departure it should not be a problem at all.
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Norwegian airlines - FLASH SALE - Starts 15th May £19.90

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It was a bit of a disappointment last time. Although if you don't hadn't specific dates/destinations I'm sure you can pick up a good deal. I believe it'll be from more bases than just Birmingham. S… Read More
It was a bit of a disappointment last time. Although if you don't hadn't specific dates/destinations I'm sure you can pick up a good deal. I believe it'll be from more bases than just Birmingham. S…
LVL_CHG123 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago46 Comments
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stupot76
You can tell I'm a games fan I saw the red and white and immediately thought Nintendo Switch
Better than thinking Man Utd ;)
I like them too, sorry :)
humanracer
Seems to be quite popular on Facebook with lots being tagged. Some assuming flights are TO NORWAY for some reason (maybe the airline name?)
Nope, booking TFS, about 40% cheaper, than usual, but ever so little seats left... might have to fly over with different airline
Seems to be quite popular on Facebook with lots being tagged. Some assuming flights are TO NORWAY for some reason (maybe the airline name?)
Norwegian air making Amazon lightning deals look good.
http://micomplicated.tumblr.com/post/88087236171Total Turd Sale

Edited By: Jolleysaurus on May 15, 2017 19:24
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From Belfast: 6 Nights in New York March 2018, Times Square Hotel £493.07 @ Norwegian/Yotel £986.24

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New York on a budget from Belfast. Here is a nice trip for March 2018. Ideal for those that want to plan ahead and March is a lovely time to visit New York, I went last year for my birthday and we had… Read More
New York on a budget from Belfast. Here is a nice trip for March 2018. Ideal for those that want to plan ahead and March is a lovely time to visit New York, I went last year for my birthday and we had…
rachelandgromit Avatar3m, 14h agoFound 3 months, 14 hours ago3 Comments
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carolineat46
I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin


Thanks for the heads up, have only ever flown short haul with them and they've been fine. I like a few comforts long haul.
I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin

Edited By: carolineat46 on Apr 22, 2017 11:02
Interesting read about Norwegian and Stewart airport

Edited By: Noeldude on Apr 22, 2017 07:43
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Norwegian - Gatwick to Singapore from £179.90 one way

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Got this today: We are thrilled to announce our first Asian non-stop route from London: Singapore! Not only will we fly you non-stop to The Lion City on our comfortable, modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner,… Read More
Got this today: We are thrilled to announce our first Asian non-stop route from London: Singapore! Not only will we fly you non-stop to The Lion City on our comfortable, modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner,…
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bringbring
leechy010
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.
Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example
Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline

Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).

Better than these I've flown:
Emirates
Etihad
Virgin
KLM
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Air Italia

and of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...



I only looked at your top 3 and then laughed! You will find Emirates, Etihad and Virgin have and all won more awards than Thai and board more than 3 times the amount of passengers. And yes I've flown on them all, Singapore being one of the best!
leechy010
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.
Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example
Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline

Clearly you've never flown with them. Perhaps you haven't heard much about them because they are based in Asia? I would honestly rate them right at the top as far as comfort, service and food goes (Qantas being my gold standard).

Better than these I've flown:
Emirates
Etihad
Virgin
KLM
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Air Italia

and of course all the budget and regional carriers in europe, asia, australia & america I've been on...


Edited By: bringbring on Apr 24, 2017 13:42
bringbring
okay but not that great, you can get it for this price with a proper airline if you look out for it.

Tiks to Australia often pop up for £500-550 return on thai airways for example


Never heard anyone describe Thai airways as a proper airline
manbearpig
jimbo23
Been there twice - absolute amazing place.
It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.
The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.

exactly, prices are generally OK depending on where you go, but booze is extremely expensive!!

I never liked the place - I guess if you want a very mild, westernized introduction to SE Asia its good. But there are much, much more interesting places to visit nearby
jimbo23
Been there twice - absolute amazing place.

It's good for a 2-3 days. I certainly wouldn't recommend going there for a 2 week holiday. It's incredibly expensive, in particular hotels and drinks. Food can be reasonable, but can also cost as much as Europe.

The flight price isn't particularly great as people have already mentioned. But if you're just using Singapore as a hub, it's great because air asia can take you to some very exotic and beautiful places in Indonesia and Malaysia, where money goes much further.
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Easter Sale starts tomorrow 12 April 00:01 GMT @ Norwegian

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Just got an email from Norwegian about their Easter sale. I was able to grab some bargains last year, hope for even better deals this year. Our Easter Sale starts tomorrow 12 April 00:01 GMT! Gr… Read More
Just got an email from Norwegian about their Easter sale. I was able to grab some bargains last year, hope for even better deals this year. Our Easter Sale starts tomorrow 12 April 00:01 GMT! Gr…
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Where were you traveling from and to? im unsure of whether to book with them for long distance flight...
From Gatwick to JFK , and JFK back to Gatwick on both flights we were so disappointed with it all , no onflight entertainment - no TVS to watch films , food was awful , all the cabin crew were spanish , they never spoke much english , seats tiny no legroom , sent email to Norwegian to complain they said they had sent a text to tell us we would be on WAMOS , we did not get any text , terrible service , would never fly with them again .
Does anyone know what sort of savings or fares we are talking about? Cannot be £1 fare as the deal suggests.
Where were you traveling from and to? im unsure of whether to book with them for long distance flight...
We booked with Norwegian airlines , without telling us we were put onto another airline called WAMOS , worst company we have ever flown with, never again , if you are thinking about booking with Norwegian ask if they are going to put you onto WAMOS because if they are DONT BOOK

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Norwegian 3hr flash sale March 22nd 10am -1pm - destinations from only £19.90

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The popular 3-Hour Flash Sale has returned! From 10am to 1pm tomorrow, They will present three destinations from only £19.90* one way. Lets hope they're better destinations than last time! Read More
The popular 3-Hour Flash Sale has returned! From 10am to 1pm tomorrow, They will present three destinations from only £19.90* one way. Lets hope they're better destinations than last time!
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"Some crackers last time"
Um. NO
Disappointing!
dodgymix
matwalaboy
Doh what a disappointing campaign - 3 places all in Spain - that bit isn't disappointing - what is that finding any decent timings over the weekends or so isn't the case - just cherry pick days during the week and still the returns comes to 40+ minimum - thanks but no thanks !!
if you on Manchester for June
Stockholm is £51 and Oslo £41
Travelling from London to Manchester to catch those flights doesn't sound the best value for money option to me. Might as well pay 10 quid more and get those ryanair/easyjet fellas out :)
Wow, a whole £10.10 off!!!

Let go nuts!!!
matwalaboy
Doh what a disappointing campaign - 3 places all in Spain - that bit isn't disappointing - what is that finding any decent timings over the weekends or so isn't the case - just cherry pick days during the week and still the returns comes to 40+ minimum - thanks but no thanks !!
if you on Manchester for June
Stockholm is £51 and Oslo £41
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£149.90 London to San Fran (one way, direct) @ Norwegian Air

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Norwegian air have a deal for direct flights to San Fran for 149.90 from London Gatwick. Looks like lots of flights in May 2017. They also have low fare + tickets for 199.90 which includes 1 x 20kg ho… Read More
Norwegian air have a deal for direct flights to San Fran for 149.90 from London Gatwick. Looks like lots of flights in May 2017. They also have low fare + tickets for 199.90 which includes 1 x 20kg ho…
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Anyone used the airline before ? Looking at Alicante to Manchester in August and their the cheapest
mrmindful
Yes I read that they were, the reason given was something about the planes and the desert heat, which I find totally ridiculous because all the other airlines cope with it. http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2016/11/17/too-hot-fly-norwegian-air-suspends-summer-las-vegas-flights/94025902/
Didn't a BA plane burst into flames at McCarran last year?
That's correct, engine failure. Nothing to do with the desert heat apparently
oobie38
The upgrade to premium is a bit of a bargain on this airline (extra £350 per flight) if it's within your budget- nearly lie-flat seating (can get a decent nights sleep), loads of legroom, 2x20kg luggage, decent food and drink onboard, departure lounge access. Not long haul business class, but a good step up from premium economy. Planes are 787 Dreamliner.
I'm always tempted but ultimately opt for a pack of Nytol, a travel pillow and an eye mask from pound shop.
Yes I read that they were, the reason given was something about the planes and the desert heat, which I find totally ridiculous because all the other airlines cope with it. http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2016/11/17/too-hot-fly-norwegian-air-suspends-summer-las-vegas-flights/94025902/
Didn't a BA plane burst into flames at McCarran last year?
jarede
I think one way tickets are very niche, people should post the cost of a return.
Return is actually even less (140) on several dates.
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Fly to LA £169.00 One Way @ Norweigan

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Just had an email from Norweigan. Norwegian Airlines, flights to LA from £169 one way. From London Gatwick. Read More
Just had an email from Norweigan. Norwegian Airlines, flights to LA from £169 one way. From London Gatwick.
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Just checked cheapest 2nd May (£179) - 9th May (£184.70) total £366.40.
KM4353
nathan3007
It'd cost me about 1/4 of that in fuel to Gatwick :D heat added anyway, cracking deal (then they hit you with the £500 return :p)

£42.25 in fuel to get to Gatwick?
Is this your car?

http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/Images/Longest-monster-truck-Sin-City-Hustler_tcm25-444135.jpg


Well I don't drive a diesel if that's what you're asking :D
nathan3007
It'd cost me about 1/4 of that in fuel to Gatwick :D heat added anyway, cracking deal (then they hit you with the £500 return :p)

£42.25 in fuel to get to Gatwick?
Is this your car?

http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/Images/Longest-monster-truck-Sin-City-Hustler_tcm25-444135.jpg
Perhaps give this deal to the house of lords. Cheaper than paying them £300 to sign the register whilst taxi waiting outside.
Now just need to get one of those greencards! (_;)
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FLIGHTS LONDON GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS - 10 NIGHTS / DIRECT / RETURN - £323.70 @ Norwegian Air

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NORWEGIAN AIRLINES LONDON GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS 6TH MARCH TO 16TH MARCH INCLUDES ALL TAXES EXCLUDES BAGGAGE BARGAIN, CATCH IT WHILE YOU CAN :) Read More
NORWEGIAN AIRLINES LONDON GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS 6TH MARCH TO 16TH MARCH INCLUDES ALL TAXES EXCLUDES BAGGAGE BARGAIN, CATCH IT WHILE YOU CAN :)
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barrycatto
manbearpig
10 nights in Vegas is way too long.
4-5 nights is enough because the partying will destroy you (nights last until 4-5am). If you don't like partying or gambling you will get bored very quickly. I suppose you could visit the GC, but thats 1-2 days max.
Behave. How is 10 days too much in vegas. I have been going for years and still not done everything. The place is epic

Agree we spent 2 weeks 2 days out there and it was no way enough dying to go back for another 2 weeks!
I do love people who complain vegas is boring when all they've done is go to the Strip . If you are going just to drink and gamble then odds are after a couple of days you will get bored. If you enjoy shopping, shows, concerts, great pools not to mention if you are over 25 you can hire a car inexpensively and there's loads to explore. My limit on the Strip is probably four days but I'd book this as a jumping off point with time in Vegas at the beginning or end .
Captain.Banana
manbearpig
Captain.Banana
manbearpig
10 nights in Vegas is way too long.
4-5 nights is enough because the partying will destroy you (nights last until 4-5am). If you don't like partying or gambling you will get bored very quickly. I suppose you could visit the GC, but thats 1-2 days max.
Been to Vegas 14 times for 2 weeks at a time. Never get bored and still not done it all. We have seen Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Rod Stewart (3 times), Lionel Richie, Celine Dion, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Diana Ross live. Stayed in 12 different hotels, best of which was the Cosmopolitan, eaten at some of the best restaurants in the world and had some of the cheapest takeaways. Drank free beer and cocktails while gambling and shopped at half the price of UK at the outlets, Marshalls and Ross. How you can EVER get bored in Vegas I really don't know, we go again in November, can't wait !!! We always go with BA, flight and hotel. November has cost us £1,100 each, flying PREMIUM economy (2x 23kg bags each) and upgraded strip view room at the 4 star Tropicana. Have looked at Norwegian but by the time you add luggage, meals, drinks (BA has free bar on board) and hotel etc it works out more than BA, plus Norwegian stop flying to Vegas at the end of March due to the engines on their 787's not being powerful enough to handle the heat, not very encouraging !!
You're clearly a bit of a simpleton if you still enjoyed vegas by day 14. But even more of one because you did this 14 times.. Very odd.
Speak to 99% of americans and they will tell you 3-4 days is enough.
WOW, it must have taken up most of your time in Vegas speaking to 99% of Americans, about 300,000,000 people, asking them how long the ideal stay in Vegas is ... and you call me a simpleton.

WOW, it would have been an incredible feat if I managed to speak to 3bn people in 4 days, wouldn't it?

I'm not going to waste my time explaining why spending more than 5 days is enough to you. But for any normal people looking at booking reading this, it really is. I speak as a 20-something, that visited 12 countries last year. The hotels are mine blowing, the night life is incredible and the food is ok. But it's very expensive, fake and gets boring very quickly after a few days.
shahidali47
don't trust us immigration probably kick it behind back to where you came from. them Americans are paranoid everyone's a terrorist in their eyes.
nevertheless great deal heat added
I thought you;'d be used to cavity searches by now ? I think nowadays with the way Islam is seen, EVERYONE is a terrorist until proven innocent.
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10 nights in Vegas is way too long.
4-5 nights is enough because the partying will destroy you (nights last until 4-5am). If you don't like partying or gambling you will get bored very quickly. I suppose you could visit the GC, but thats 1-2 days max.
Been to Vegas 14 times for 2 weeks at a time. Never get bored and still not done it all. We have seen Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Rod Stewart (3 times), Lionel Richie, Celine Dion, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Diana Ross live. Stayed in 12 different hotels, best of which was the Cosmopolitan, eaten at some of the best restaurants in the world and had some of the cheapest takeaways. Drank free beer and cocktails while gambling and shopped at half the price of UK at the outlets, Marshalls and Ross. How you can EVER get bored in Vegas I really don't know, we go again in November, can't wait !!! We always go with BA, flight and hotel. November has cost us £1,100 each, flying PREMIUM economy (2x 23kg bags each) and upgraded strip view room at the 4 star Tropicana. Have looked at Norwegian but by the time you add luggage, meals, drinks (BA has free bar on board) and hotel etc it works out more than BA, plus Norwegian stop flying to Vegas at the end of March due to the engines on their 787's not being powerful enough to handle the heat, not very encouraging !!
14 times for 2 weeks at a time? do you not have any desire to see world?

Without doubt the consensus is that a few days in vegas is more than enough, I have been 4 times for that period and was bored by the end. You make it sound like there is a lot to do in Vegas, there really is not:

- Casinos
- Clubs
- Shows
- Shopping Centres
- Rifle range/driving in the desert
- Grand Canyon/surrounding area

That becomes tiresome VERY quickly
So why have you been 4 times then ? I have seen my fair share of the world, I didn't say I ONLY went to Vegas. We own a house in Greece where we spend 3 to 4 months of the year, in between that we usually do at least one cruise and visit relatives in Australia or New Zealand. Just because I enjoy Vegas for 2 weeks at a time doesn't mean I don't do other things.

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FLIGHTS LONDON GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS / DIRECT / RETURN - £353.70 @ Norwegian Air

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LONDON GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS 6TH MARCH TO 13TH MARCH DIRECT FLIGHTS EXCLUDES BAGGAGE Catch it while you can!
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Nobody except the worst skank goes to Vegas for week with just hand luggage and the hold baggage costs are exorbitant. Doesn't really offer much benefit over a full service airline.
Check out my other deal for 10 nights at a cheaper price! :) Enjoy
Looks like a great deal to Las Vegas!
for march
Cheapest direct rate for 1 week
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Norwegian air use code nonstopusa and click on the fare calendar
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Hi.., what site is these flights on please? Thanks
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Thanks for post OP, already heated you but a thanks is required !

My final continent to explore :D
Connecticut maybe a slight detour from a NY airport (and less busy :D ) but its the same continent & without you I would not be going ;)

10 months of buying flight and a train ticket every month will make this a adventure to remember X)

Thanks again! :)
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The Government of Canada requires that all travellers carry a valid passport because it is the only reliable and universally-accepted travel and identification document for the purpose of international travel.

International transportation companies such as airlines may require travellers to present a passport. Therefore, travellers may face delays or may not be allowed to board the aircraft or other mode of transportation, if they present other documents.

When you enter Canada, a border services officer may ask to see your passport and a valid visa (if you are arriving from a country for which one is required). Visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website to find out what travel documents you need to come to Canada. We remind all travellers you must carry proof of citizenship such as a birth certificate, a certificate of citizenship or naturalization or a Certificate of Indian Status along with photo identification."

"Electronic Travel Authorization

New entry requirement now in effect: visa-exempt foreign nationals need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through Canada. Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid Canadian visa. Canadian citizens, including dual citizens, and Canadian permanent residents cannot apply for an eTA.
Be prepared: Apply for an eTA before you book your flight to Canada. Most applicants get approved within minutes. However, some applications can take several days to process so don’t wait until the last minute. Get help if you have questions before, during or after you apply."

http://www.cbsa.gc.ca/travel-voyage/td-dv-eng.html

UK nationals arriving by land from US require no visa or ETA.

SIMPLY: Travelling US to Canada by land - have print outs of both inward & outward US flights crossing into Canada & back into the US with your passport for immigration on both sides of the border.
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The advice from bma1445 is excellent. DO NOT TRAVEL to USA with a one way ticket. I am a US Citizen living in UK, and just happened to be travelling to NYC on the first day of the Travel Ban - as it happens, for the first time ever - I got detained and questioned. Seems they were having issues matching my passport photo image and the photo they were taking of me on the day. My point is that Immigration is being VERY SENSITIVE these days. Showing up with a One Way ticket is just begging to be questioned and detained - DONT DO IT !!

I would not travel outside the EU one way, even in Singapore I was (politely) questioned why I was flying in and out on different airlines on one way and (un-synced returns), with the final showing up as arrival only - so as I explained I logged into my BA & Qantas accounts that showed infact on Oneworld I indeed did have returns - 5 different legs (Hong Kong/Mel/Sydney) on different Oneworld partners after arrival and a one way from SIN to London that was a points booking and about 60000 Qantas points ready to cash in with more coming from the upcoming flights. The asked why I had so many & I told them I saved 40% booking my flights after the exchange rate using SIN as a hub after flying back there with Tiger Airways oneway.

Immigration apologised as they just saw all these different airlines and returns not syncing up and they had no access to Oneworld booking, prob thought I was a mule or something? Just a money saver X) Took no more than 3 minutes to explain & show as they scanned & checked my baggage and off I went to my UK bound flight (outgoing) flight for a short holiday home.

As others have said, use maximum common sense in planning & proof, not only are you being delayed valuable time but immigration services time & money is being wasted from the real job of stopping criminals, as everything (most) in life be pro-active not reactive esp when visiting other countries.
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It starts tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am. I thought it is worth to post it,personally I'm looking for the flight from London to Bergen and there is no many "cheap" options on this route. good luck… Read More
It starts tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am. I thought it is worth to post it,personally I'm looking for the flight from London to Bergen and there is no many "cheap" options on this route. good luck…
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Just got back from tenerife with norwegian, brand new plane also booked exit row at a no extra cost than normal seat prices and free wifi and ontime both ways .
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Just returned from Boston having flown Norwegian for £199 return p/p. First time I've used them and absolutely won'rt be the last. Great planes, nice staff and decent enough legroom on the route we flew.
I've just booked Norwegian to Boston for next New Year, 29th Dec for a week, back in time for school. Came in at £1150 for a family of 4, and paid £200ish extra for legroom seats both ways, can't see that being much cheaper in any sale but I'll be gutted if it goes down, £199 is ace!
Any recommendations for Boston (bearing in kind we'll have 9 & 13yr olds with us)?
Went in August with 9 & 12 year olds. Freedom trail good - climb the Bunker Hill monument great views from the top. The T metro is good and cheap (free for under 12) and if you get day tickets inner ferries are included.
One money saving tip on arrival at Logan take the SL1 bus which is free and drops you in the subway beyond the ticket barriers. So you can get downtown from the airport free. Almost nowhere else in the world is that possible.

Thanks for that tip - we were going to book car hire on arrival, but with an easy and cheap transfer then I've gone for the first 3 nights in central Boston instead, and will pick the car up and head out to Great Wolf after that.
Beware that Norwegian have cancelled flights while passengers in the departure lounge left stranded abroad.
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I booked flights to fort lauderdale yesterday, I'm really hoping they arent in the sale now :|

mntada
I would love to visit Tromso again - Thanks for the heads up!
I loved Tromso in the winter to see the Northern Lights, would love to go back in the summer to experience 24 hour daylight.
waterloo
Nobody knows what prices or routes are going to be and it's voted hot oO
My quote above 24hrs earlier (_;)
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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65.00 - Several Dates 2017 - Norwegian Air

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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 , several dates available. Someone expired one before, though it wasn't. I appreciate it's not for everyone but it might help someone. Dates I've tried… Read More
Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 , several dates available. Someone expired one before, though it wasn't. I appreciate it's not for everyone but it might help someone. Dates I've tried…
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Can anyone comment on the airline? Don't mind paying for a few extras when it's this cheap, however Gatwick is a fair way for me and would add some costs negating some of the savings.

Have flown with them a couple of times. Similar to flying with Ryanair or Easyjet. All on board entertainment was in Norwegian, wifi hardly worked, and even though paid in Euros for a drink of tea, the change was given in Krone.
sheesh that cheap, think there will be deals like that in march/apr/may?
nice2bnice
mocmocamoc
Can anyone comment on the airline? Don't mind paying for a few extras when it's this cheap, however Gatwick is a fair way for me and would add some costs negating some of the savings.
I've flown with them a couple of times and they were great. Plenty of seat room, free wifi, really nice cabin crew and very generous hand luggage allowance. Only downside limited range of food on board to purchase and quite expensive. I wouldn't hesitate in booking with them again - go for it :)
i agree they were great no issues x
the thing that people seem to be missing is, you cannot enter the usa unless you have a return ticket, so pretty useless unless you are a us citizen
How relevant is one way? :)
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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65.00 20th March 17 NORWEGIAN AIR

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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 20th March 17 - Plus free Wifi onboard I believe. Flying the Dreamliner, decent if you are already over there. The outbound are triple the price, though. Read More
Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 20th March 17 - Plus free Wifi onboard I believe. Flying the Dreamliner, decent if you are already over there. The outbound are triple the price, though.
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Still available.

Edited By: MancboyChris on Jan 13, 2017 14:25
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Confirmed still there and need unexpiring..

Never could get those pics to upload :-(


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Deal gone, cheapest now £134.
Maybe because everyone is trying to escape Trump :)

Trump is still better than Brexit. So there is not much where to escape :)
BlackSkyuk
Deal gone, cheapest now £134.
No it isn't gone, its still there, £65 on 20th March, also other dates in Jan & Feb are the same price, I wish people would check properly before expiring these deals.
BlackSkyuk
Deal gone, cheapest now £134.

Maybe because everyone is trying to escape Trump :)
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Norwegian Air flight sales. Gatwick to Boston return £199.30

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London Gatwick (LGW) to Boston (BOS) £199.30 per person flying either 27th Jan – 5th Feb or 5th Feb – 12th Feb Loads of other dates available for slightly more. Flights are on the Dreamliner plan… Read More
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I have booked 2 flights for October for £250 each, direct and on Dreamliner! absolutely brilliant price.
Some of the comments on TripAdvisor don't read too well but for the price what do people expect. Bargain in my book!
Only been with Norwegian for short haul flights. No major issues any time, certainly better in-flight features such as WiFi and TV.
£200 to fly to Boston...I didn;t know they even had an airport in Lincolnshire..
Just booked a flight with Norwegian from Gatwick direct to Oakland (just north of San Francisco) for £330 return. The times are good and the fact that it's direct are great bonuses to an amazing price. That's the lowest fare with only cabin luggage, no meal, or assigned seating. It's on the dreamliner so hoping that yields all the benefits it claims of reduced fatigue and headaches because of cabin pressure and filtering.
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There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
He's a tool troll of the highest magnitude. If he is serious, a deluded lefty, bitter that his world view is rejected by people who can afford to go to Florida. Don't give him the time of day.

Enough of that - no need to be so unpleasant. Please disagree with what I say but don't attack me personally for having an opinion. My 'world view' is rejected by some and shared by others, and the great thing about having views is that we're all allowed to have different opinions. Also, please don't project your beliefs onto me. Attack my 'world view' by all means, but don't get personal. It's just not needed. Take your own advice and don't give me the time of day if you don't like what I say.
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There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
He's a tool troll of the highest magnitude. If he is serious, a deluded lefty, bitter that his world view is rejected by people who can afford to go to Florida. Don't give him the time of day.
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.

Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
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edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
So did you vote hot?
I didn't vote, as I realise that some people might like holidaying in Florida and didn't want to influence the count, but give me Scandinavia or Baltic country every time, or Central or Eastern Europe. Or India, China or even Australia.
So why are you even in here if you would rather vacation anywhere else. Stop wasting everyones time.
Quite right! Imagine me posting in here and forcing you and everyone else to read it, wasting your time. And not even just wasting your time by forcing you to read it but also wasting your time by forcing you to reply.
I am so sorry. I expect that Florida will be a wonderful place for you to visit. I somehow feel that you will fit in nicely.
Nice, sly slur at everyone who likes Florida. Well done.

Not terribly 'sly' really - I was quite upfront and open in what I said. Nor was it a 'slur' on the people who choose to holiday there. It was an open, upfront 'slur' on some of the republicans who live in Florida.
edward2910
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edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
So did you vote hot?
I didn't vote, as I realise that some people might like holidaying in Florida and didn't want to influence the count, but give me Scandinavia or Baltic country every time, or Central or Eastern Europe. Or India, China or even Australia.
So why are you even in here if you would rather vacation anywhere else. Stop wasting everyones time.
Quite right! Imagine me posting in here and forcing you and everyone else to read it, wasting your time. And not even just wasting your time by forcing you to read it but also wasting your time by forcing you to reply.
I am so sorry. I expect that Florida will be a wonderful place for you to visit. I somehow feel that you will fit in nicely.

Nice, sly slur at everyone who likes Florida. Well done.