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

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Another corking price for flights to the US. In particular Orlando. There's only 500 seats at this price and I'd imagine they'd go pretty quickly. Outbound dates from 24th March until 17th May, so not…
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Is no one here worried about the Zika virus?
Not one mention of it by anyone.
Not really as I am not pregnant nor am I likely to ever be that way again as my youngest is 19 later this month. Also it was mostly in Miami Dade - Orlando is about as far away as Newcastle upon Tyne to Dover! There has been one confirmed case in Tampa which is about 90 miles away
eddreed
Use uber it's so cheap been going years and Uber is definitely cheap way to get around
Don't necessarily agree re uber vs car hire. My daughter & my business partner went to next junction from our villa on 1-4 to Posner Park. Uber cost $15 each way as I was busy that day & the only driver,
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Sorry but whilst this is undoubtedly a great deal for those without kids the prices as much as triple during the school holiday periods so it has to be a cold from me on the principal that I hate this practice. Absolutely typical of Thomas Cook.
And they say parents are becoming more and more selfish and entitled these days. The cheek of it.....

We are not all like that ;-) . I love searching for holiday deals, not like Holidaypirates off peak only deals, thats like shooting fish in a barrel. but the peak time Gems, christmas, easter and summer school hols. wish I had the time to take all the hols
I hope these people with children never travel on a train in peak times :)
some train companies have a practice of putting tickets up at busy times

Edited By: mattmerch on Dec 02, 2016 13:21
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Los Angeles - 500 seats at £299.99 RETURN! (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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Thomas Cook flash sales are back! This week, it's time for the City of Angels! California dreamin' on such a winter's day.... Dates from MAN (MAN - LAX) MAN LAX 01/05/2017 MAN LAX 06…
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cicobuff
Having relatives and being to SoCal 13 times and seeing more than the average tourist attractions, it is far from fantastic. We probably will go for this deal though, sadly relatives are the only reason for visiting such a scrubland dump.
Don't think you know how lucky you are getting to visit that "scrubland dump" so many times! Great place!

Considering I have relatives and a wife from SoCal I know exactly all about the scrubland dump, I view it as that, many other people do not like it...if you do fair enough.
unidentified
[quote=sherv] LA is the best city on earth imo. I'm a massive film fan so that might be the reason (visit alot of film locations).
Which ones did you visit?
manbearpig
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Nakatomi Plaza, Board walk venice (Fallen Down), Flood canels (T2), Back to the Future mainly (WGB 2015) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QipxrlLTMvU

And Lost Boys (Santa Cruz) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fny-rWuL6mc&t=18s
sherv
LA is the best city on earth imo. I'm a massive film fan so that might be the reason (visit alot of film locations).

Which ones did you visit?


manbearpig
As someone in his early 30's, I found LA was a very strange place. It's a city where you really need a friends there, otherwise you will think it's a dump. The tourists attractions are a disgrace - the walk of fame was one of the worse place I've ever been in my life. It's not even in the slightest bit worth visiting, unless you're a complete moron and haven't travelled.
Even Malibu feels like highway along the coast, with the odd high-end restaurant.. unless you have people that know where to go and then its another world. Manhattan beach is worth a visit, as it feels quite 'Californian'.
It's worth visiting for a few days, then drive to Vegas and the grand canyon.

Great place, definitely not a dump. Walk of fame is definitely awful though, terrible area. Malibu is highway at the end of the day, with a few nice homes thrown in along the way to look at and many of the beaches along the way are definitely worth a visit. Loads of beaches to choose from, though Manhattan definitely is a winner. The others are not bad either, but different vibes from each of them.


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cicobuff
Having relatives and being to SoCal 13 times and seeing more than the average tourist attractions, it is far from fantastic. We probably will go for this deal though, sadly relatives are the only reason for visiting such a scrubland dump.

Don't think you know how lucky you are getting to visit that "scrubland dump" so many times! Great place!
tank86
I'm going to California on honeymoon next September, very tempted to book at this price, £800 pp return for premium seats. Anyone know how this compares to other airlines prices? Worth holding off for a deal in the new year?


Bit of a late response I'm afraid, but I'd keep an eye on Air New Zealand's premium economy seats for a fancy trip to LA. Prices go up and down a lot, but £800 each or less should be very doable. Nicest premium economy I've seen, tons of space and if you're a couple it's quite private as the seats are arranged in pairs. (I've only ever flown pleb class myself, but looked with envy as I walked past those seats.)
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Miami - 500 seats at £299.99 RETURN! (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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Thomas Cook flash sales are back! San Francisco was REALLY popular, and this destination should be no exception. Party in the city where the heat is on... All night on the beach 'til the break
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THOMAS cook seem to be doing one of these 500 flight promos each week, wonder where else they will offering?
nana22
I've been with Thomas cook all over and got to say never had any bother never had a delayed or changed flight and found them fine Maybe I'm just lucky
Thomas Cook flight from Miami to Manchester was cancelled last Sunday. they were putting passengers up in Hilton/Sheraton overnight. I dont know if they were also paying compensation.
goddamn it. heat for the lyrics. #nostalgia
I've just been with them too this august and they were sound.. Just abit cramped on them planes in the economy section. Great prices but already booked next years break :D
I've been with Thomas cook all over and got to say never had any bother never had a delayed or changed flight and found them fine Maybe I'm just lucky
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - San Francisco - 500 seats at £299.99 RETURN! (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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Thomas Cook flash sales are back! Boston flash sale was very popular, and I'm guessing this one will be too :3 Remember to wear flowers in your hair...some example dates below. Flights are from…
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I have purchased two tickets 18-25th May, but cannot get the time off work so we are selling them if anyone is interested???
Why do I get a notification of this deal the day after it expires?
tried to book, closed at 12 NOON not 12pm. didn't get this email until 1.15PM an hour and a quarter after it closed
Bought two tickets for end of May at £599! :p Thanks OP!
Now I just have to surprise the wife....
PaulusIsHere
Is this over? I can't see any dates that show £299.99 unless I'm missing an option somewhere?


​21st and 25th may still has the 299.98 prices.
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All the decent hotels are fully booked, hence why it's cheap
Good thing is visa is included with Thomas Cook airlines too (normally costs around £25 I believe)

Edited By: futura on Nov 15, 2016 01:53
or you could try and stay at praia and have a really good time and nice food
I did this one in February. Unless you are into water sports Sal and Santa Maria are the most boring places on Earth. Oh and the food is pretty awful as well!
MKhan9
Can't find this price
Deal posted 5 days ago so either sold out or promotion over
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Manchester to Boston return flights for £199.98 on various dates in May 2017. Incl. 23kg hold, 6kg cabin luggage and inflight meals with Thomas Cook Airlines

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Fly from Manchester on 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May and return on 16th, 23rd, 30th, 6th June (plus a couple of other dates for longer/shorter trips). Outbound flight is 7 hour 10 minutes and return i…
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Good deal


Why do so many hukd threads descend into hate and spite? Way of the world sadly.
PulisOut
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I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
Shocking ignorance...I know America very well, I have been to Disneyland twice :)
There is no uninteresting place in the world when you are curious of people, food, street atmosphere,music, architecture, cinema,local traditions and differences, shopping, history....Check Tripadvisor and look beyond 'top 3' if you are not creative enough.
Shocking stupidity, how can it be ignorance to state ones own experience. When I went I got bored, when you end up walking around town just for something to do then a park that's boring, others might love it. I think rap music, Strictly come dancing, X-factor and no end of academy awarded films boring too. I'm a freak of nature but hay ! at least I'm not boring (to me anyway) ;-)
It's ignorance when you make sweeping statement about things you have very little knowledge of. Yes, personal experience but that's not helping anyone if you have very limited interests. Internet will take everything, though :) .
"Very limited interests" you are really some new kind of stupid to make such vast assumptions on people you don't know. Last year I took my tent to 16 places in the UK from Scottish Highland to Portland Bill. I've walked up Machu picchu, canoed on the Amazon and slept in it's Jungle. I've biked around Lanzorte, and I've filled my camera with most of Europe's capitols and more inc Ireland. My music is Sinatra to Stones via Billy Joel and Steely Dan plus a bit of classical. As projects I've built Snooker tables, installed engines, pasted walls and ceiling and knocked down walls and renovated them using lime mortar. I've played snooker with professionals including Alex Higgins RIP and dined with footballers who paid the bill. Just two of my careers took me to contribute to the very service you use to abuse me by way of RFCs on all sort of things from email system to firewalls. And I was once considered a good enough at antique restoration to renovate the club room at the Waldolf hotel in London.
Sorry it's it a tad limited but that's just off the top of my head and I've not mentioned my 10,000 magazines or 500 books :-)
Then why are you wasting your time on here? You could be building a wall on the edge of Mexico and be back for bonfire night.
Bladder cancer tends to do that to people. But don't worry it's more then likely I'll be renovating a house is Dorset in March next year.
You should not feel so obliged to justify yourself to random strangers on the internet.
soldierboy001
PulisOut
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PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
Shocking ignorance...I know America very well, I have been to Disneyland twice :)
There is no uninteresting place in the world when you are curious of people, food, street atmosphere,music, architecture, cinema,local traditions and differences, shopping, history....Check Tripadvisor and look beyond 'top 3' if you are not creative enough.
Shocking stupidity, how can it be ignorance to state ones own experience. When I went I got bored, when you end up walking around town just for something to do then a park that's boring, others might love it. I think rap music, Strictly come dancing, X-factor and no end of academy awarded films boring too. I'm a freak of nature but hay ! at least I'm not boring (to me anyway) ;-)
It's ignorance when you make sweeping statement about things you have very little knowledge of. Yes, personal experience but that's not helping anyone if you have very limited interests. Internet will take everything, though :) .
"Very limited interests" you are really some new kind of stupid to make such vast assumptions on people you don't know. Last year I took my tent to 16 places in the UK from Scottish Highland to Portland Bill. I've walked up Machu picchu, canoed on the Amazon and slept in it's Jungle. I've biked around Lanzorte, and I've filled my camera with most of Europe's capitols and more inc Ireland. My music is Sinatra to Stones via Billy Joel and Steely Dan plus a bit of classical. As projects I've built Snooker tables, installed engines, pasted walls and ceiling and knocked down walls and renovated them using lime mortar. I've played snooker with professionals including Alex Higgins RIP and dined with footballers who paid the bill. Just two of my careers took me to contribute to the very service you use to abuse me by way of RFCs on all sort of things from email system to firewalls. And I was once considered a good enough at antique restoration to renovate the club room at the Waldolf hotel in London.
Sorry it's it a tad limited but that's just off the top of my head and I've not mentioned my 10,000 magazines or 500 books :-)
Then why are you wasting your time on here? You could be building a wall on the edge of Mexico and be back for bonfire night.

Bladder cancer tends to do that to people. But don't worry it's more then likely I'll be renovating a house is Dorset in March next year.
PulisOut
7777777
PulisOut
7777777
PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
Shocking ignorance...I know America very well, I have been to Disneyland twice :)
There is no uninteresting place in the world when you are curious of people, food, street atmosphere,music, architecture, cinema,local traditions and differences, shopping, history....Check Tripadvisor and look beyond 'top 3' if you are not creative enough.
Shocking stupidity, how can it be ignorance to state ones own experience. When I went I got bored, when you end up walking around town just for something to do then a park that's boring, others might love it. I think rap music, Strictly come dancing, X-factor and no end of academy awarded films boring too. I'm a freak of nature but hay ! at least I'm not boring (to me anyway) ;-)
It's ignorance when you make sweeping statement about things you have very little knowledge of. Yes, personal experience but that's not helping anyone if you have very limited interests. Internet will take everything, though :) .
"Very limited interests" you are really some new kind of stupid to make such vast assumptions on people you don't know. Last year I took my tent to 16 places in the UK from Scottish Highland to Portland Bill. I've walked up Machu picchu, canoed on the Amazon and slept in it's Jungle. I've biked around Lanzorte, and I've filled my camera with most of Europe's capitols and more inc Ireland. My music is Sinatra to Stones via Billy Joel and Steely Dan plus a bit of classical. As projects I've built Snooker tables, installed engines, pasted walls and ceiling and knocked down walls and renovated them using lime mortar. I've played snooker with professionals including Alex Higgins RIP and dined with footballers who paid the bill. Just two of my careers took me to contribute to the very service you use to abuse me by way of RFCs on all sort of things from email system to firewalls. And I was once considered a good enough at antique restoration to renovate the club room at the Waldolf hotel in London.
Sorry it's it a tad limited but that's just off the top of my head and I've not mentioned my 10,000 magazines or 500 books :-)


Then why are you wasting your time on here? You could be building a wall on the edge of Mexico and be back for bonfire night.
7777777
PulisOut
7777777
PulisOut
I went to Boston, went whale watching ..........17 bags of sick later never saw a whale. It's more about USA history really I found it mostly boring and I would not go again.
Shocking ignorance...I know America very well, I have been to Disneyland twice :)
There is no uninteresting place in the world when you are curious of people, food, street atmosphere,music, architecture, cinema,local traditions and differences, shopping, history....Check Tripadvisor and look beyond 'top 3' if you are not creative enough.
Shocking stupidity, how can it be ignorance to state ones own experience. When I went I got bored, when you end up walking around town just for something to do then a park that's boring, others might love it. I think rap music, Strictly come dancing, X-factor and no end of academy awarded films boring too. I'm a freak of nature but hay ! at least I'm not boring (to me anyway) ;-)
It's ignorance when you make sweeping statement about things you have very little knowledge of. Yes, personal experience but that's not helping anyone if you have very limited interests. Internet will take everything, though :) .

"Very limited interests" you are really some new kind of stupid to make such vast assumptions on people you don't know. Last year I took my tent to 16 places in the UK from Scottish Highland to Portland Bill. I've walked up Machu picchu, canoed on the Amazon and slept in it's Jungle. I've biked around Lanzorte, and I've filled my camera with most of Europe's capitols and more inc Ireland. My music is Sinatra to Stones via Billy Joel and Steely Dan plus a bit of classical. As projects I've built Snooker tables, installed engines, pasted walls and ceiling and knocked down walls and renovated them using lime mortar. I've played snooker with professionals including Alex Higgins RIP and dined with footballers who paid the bill. Just two of my careers took me to contribute to the very service you use to abuse me by way of RFCs on all sort of things from email system to firewalls. And I was once considered a good enough at antique restoration to renovate the club room at the Waldolf hotel in London.

Sorry it's it a tad limited but that's just off the top of my head and I've not mentioned my 10,000 magazines or 500 books :-)
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Glasgow to Tenerife 5th April, 6 days at parque santiago iii, £201.00pp 2ad &1c excluding transfers @ Thomas Cook

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Thomas cook flights 5th April - 11th April 2016 (GLA - TFS) 2 adults and 1 child £286 Parque Santiago studio, 6 nights, Euro 402, approx £318 This does not include a transfer but easily done by…
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It's not really that hard to follow !!!! Flights for 3 £286, plus accom £318 total £604. So £201.33 pp.

Good price for Tenerife from Glasgow during Easter hols.
We always get on the 'Titsa' local bus from airport .I think its about 2€ each way.
heat added, would love to find something this price from London or the Midlands
The nearest available flight from Glasgow 07/04 - £87 for outbound
thats a little hard to follow.. too many prices.
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Boston 200 seats at £200.00 Return Thomas Cook on St Patrick’s Day

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This seem like a good deal if you can get a one. St Patrick's Day Sale This St Patrick’s Day we’re celebrating in style with a flash sale on return flights to Boston On the 17th March we’ll be o…
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The timetable says only Mon and Friday from MAN. starting 30 May so only June really.

Current return price £350 .

Edited By: getmore4less on Mar 15, 2016 09:06
Boston is one of the better US cities.

dates May June

Terms & Conditions: The advertised price is per person for Thomas Cook Airlines return flights. The £200 return price is available on 200 seats across Thomas Cook Airlines return flights to Boston in economy class in­­­­ May and June 2016. Discounted flights are subject to limited availability. Prices are subject to change (up or down). Offer can be withdrawn without notice. Travel restrictions may apply depending on date and time of travel and departure airport. Fares are subject to a 2% credit card fee (max £95 per transaction). Booking Conditions apply. Flights are sold by Thomas Cook Airlines Ltd.
Who wants to go Boston though
Is the tea party still on?
Great prices,great find thank you.only downside doesn't mention dates and says prices from.
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School Holidays August 2016 -Flights - Manchester to Dalaman , Turkey 29/07/2016 - 05/08/2016 Thomas Cook Airlines £90.98pp return !

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For those interested in flights to Turkey - Manchester to Dalaman on the above dates - based this on 2 adults and 2 children under 12. Amazing price for school hols Currently £338 for 2+2 with cab…
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I'll pass.
Stay away from Middle East destinations, that's the advice my best friend gave me. And he knows info media/ joe public doesn't.
keep changing the price check all the time in your basket
Thanks OP. Manchester is a bit far for me but had Dalaman on an alert so booked up a return only flight for 26th August for approx £42 so keeping my options open.
Totally agree with Waisal & Joangreen50, thanks for bringing some normality to this thread.
When you add everyone and click to next step it then says 'Please note your price has increased' and gone from £400+ to over a thousand for 2+3kids
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School Holidays - August 2016 flights - Manchester or Newcastle to Larnaca Cyprus £100.98 return from Manchester or £98.98 from Newcastle - based on 2 adults / 2 children

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Discovered some very cheap flights to Larnaca Cyprus for August 2016 school holidays from Manchester or Newcastle with Thomas Cook Airlines Manchester all Weds dates - 3 / 10 /17 /24 August all £55.…
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Hi,
We had the same issue - but I spotted it as soon as we got the confirmation through.
The flights have more than doubled in price from what was quoted and what it said would be taken from my card.
The following day I called TC - it said there was a 25 min call queue - call didn't get answered for 2.75 hours - I kid you not! Appalling! The message at the start said that they had been having problems with IT and the website and changes in price - and said that unless you were travelling in the next week then you should hang up and call a week before your booking! The message was dates mid December! So they haven't made progress since then! Undeterred I held on. I explained to someone who said that as an act of goodwill they would refund what we have paid. I wanted them to honour the price it said it would be taking when I clicked to pay - but they wouldn't. Customer service was appalling.
They know the site was having issues when you bought these so stick with it and get your cash back. Say you know a few people who've had the same problem as you who have been refunded.

thanks for that
had issues booking it that night in the first place - like a numpty checked everything on the confirmation names airports dates of birth never noticed the price as I had already paid it online !! when I got the credit card bill it came to light
Already booked villa now so pretty much stuffed on it
TC comment "not calling you a liar but prove it " - not sure legally what the position is but never thought everytime I buy online I need to do a screenshot first
Hi,
We had the same issue - but I spotted it as soon as we got the confirmation through.
The flights have more than doubled in price from what was quoted and what it said would be taken from my card.
The following day I called TC - it said there was a 25 min call queue - call didn't get answered for 2.75 hours - I kid you not! Appalling! The message at the start said that they had been having problems with IT and the website and changes in price - and said that unless you were travelling in the next week then you should hang up and call a week before your booking! The message was dates mid December! So they haven't made progress since then! Undeterred I held on. I explained to someone who said that as an act of goodwill they would refund what we have paid. I wanted them to honour the price it said it would be taking when I clicked to pay - but they wouldn't. Customer service was appalling.
They know the site was having issues when you bought these so stick with it and get your cash back. Say you know a few people who've had the same problem as you who have been refunded.
Sorry to hear you've been stung, i would hope that with all the IT issues they're clearly having since their systems move they should certainly be sympathetic and at the very least refund everything to you with no charges. Suspect they have a 'get-out' clause for any such pricing issues meaning sadly they probably won't honour the prices you believed you had booked at, though, as consumers we'd certainly have more respect and loyalty if they did. I was on the forum at the time the deal came up and I feel the number of attempted bookings at that moment created a conflict in their system, possibly 'bumping' people in the process of payment into the next seat price category as you weren't alone in being overcharged, so this is clearly another one of their 'technical hiccups'. Really hope you get sorted with something satisfactory and one of the others posters can advise how they have resolved theirs.
On the phone for Thomas Cook for over an hour trying to sort with no joy

what a rip off so I see an advertised price but my card details in to pay that amount and then TC can charge and take what they want !

did any of the other posters on here get this sorted with TC is so how ? any help appreciated
hi
noticed your comment
booked flights same night and just got credit card bill £650 more charged!

did you get yours sorted ?
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Bargain 3 week All Inclusive Cuba Holiday 5* Hotel, Private Transfers, Flights with 20kg Luggage & Inflight Meals £1,165.34 @ thomascook

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Just wow! Three weeks in an amazing 5* hotel with great flight times, 20kg of hold luggage + hand luggage, inflight meals and private transfers for just £1165.34pp (which averages out just £55 per pe…
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In fact had it not been for the saddo single status these days I'd have booked this deal.. Tinder...

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Oh just googled it hahhh
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In fact had it not been for the saddo single status these days I'd have booked this deal.. Tinder...

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What's that mean???
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lindsay8484
In fact had it not been for the saddo single status these days I'd have booked this deal.. Tinder...
ill go with you if you pay for my flight


Haha depends if you have dogs balls or not....
lindsay8484
In fact had it not been for the saddo single status these days I'd have booked this deal.. Tinder...

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Anyone who books this, make sure you search out the Lobster Barbecue restaurant on CayoCoco beach, it may be a glorified shack of a restaurant with a toilet that leaves much to be desired, but it had the biggest and best lobster I have tasted anywhere in the world, cooked and served for little more than £10 per person.
I remember watching jacques cousteau in Cuba (many moons ago) and Cuba apparently produces more lobsters than anywhere else in the world. They actively create habitats for them in the sea

I don't know whether they serenade them with WetWetWet when they decapitate them, but whatever it is they do to keep them happy, they sure taste good! :)
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3 Weeks All Inclusive Cuba £1,056.14pp Inc Flights, 4* Hotel & Private Transfers

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Fantastic three week break to Cayo Coco in Cuba in a 4 star resort on an All Inclusive basis. Leaving on 2nd December returning 23/24 December 2015. For £50 per person per day this is a great deal inc…
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crazy deal ! Have you got any screenshots ?
I went to that hotel in 2009 (it was blau colonial then). the standard wasnt that great but you have to remember they dont have the resources of places like mexico etc. we were in a group of 15-20 and we had an amazing time because we were together and the staff were so friendly. according to people on the flight back other hotels were a lot worse. being there really made us all appreciate whats important in life and forget about the trivial day to day things we get caught up in all the time. an experience i wont forget.
Great deal, just wish it was next October for the honeymoon.
Err well I went in a 3* in Cuba and the accommodation was fine and the food surprisingly good!
You can imagine what sort of place you get for such a cheap price and with all food (and rink ?) thrown in ?

OK - economy flights but you are stuck there for 3 weeks like Benidorm !
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Thomas Cook Airlines - Flights from Glasgow to Las Vegas for £299.00 Return (inc Taxes) in Early November

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Thomas Cook Airlines are offering direct flights from Glasgow to Las Vagas for £299 return. The outward bound flights depart on either: 2nd or 9th November The return flights depart on either:
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Great price but vegas is really quiet around this time of year ( if youre used to the may/june crowd) Amazing price though that's for sure.
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cheap but Glasgow is a problem for me its not somewhere I ever intend going near.
And what's so bad about Glasgow?
abit rough


Haha her point exactly !
Look at all of you attacking her over a comment.
You just proved her right...

Go back to your can of special brew and chill out
benlondon
Las Vegas in November is not great, need to visit ideally around the summer time with the pools and the party atmosphere (not just talking about the clubs), towards Christmas are very slow months there

I like early November, it is normally a bit quieter (check which trade shows are on) but the weather is still perfect for most of us, normally mid 20s so like June in the UK (but no rain). Vegas never gets really cold by our standards, have been there in a T shirt on New Years Eve although temp does drop quickly after dark due to no cloud. Summer can be stupidly hot, often high 30s, it is in the middle of the desert after all.
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cheap but Glasgow is a problem for me its not somewhere I ever intend going near.
Being from Glasgow that comment makes me happy, we don't need visits from ****
Well Im coming and an going to visit you oO
ciarandanielbyrne1
cheap but Glasgow is a problem for me its not somewhere I ever intend going near.
Being from Glasgow that comment makes me happy, we don't need visits from ****
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Thomas Cook airline (economy flights manchester to Caribbean for winter sun Barbados, St Lucia, Antigua seem cheap (£374.00 return Barbados incl 20kg baggage through early dec15 then jan-mar16

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Just been looking at St Lucia and Barbados and got a multi break for £371 return from manchester for 10 days in early December, flights only. (Barbados - mcr was £145) Thomas Cook have revamped econo…
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"Thomas Cook have revamped economy with more space aNd leg room 31" pitch"

I was on one of these revamped planes from Manchester to Vegas earlier in the year, quite honestly the least comfortable experience I've had on any airline.
blu inn Rodney bay is that BB or Room only
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Quite a good price for the flights, not checked but accommodation may be quite expensive especially over the Christmas period.
Yeah it can be but these prices cover dec-March, I beleive the north Americans holidaymakers bump up the price mid dec till the new year
​what does it matter where they are from. How dare the Caribbean not be just for the brits
WTF, I am stating prices go up in late December, as that is a busy period for North American holiday makers to the Caribbean, not sure why you are offended,
Yeah, wtf!?
whatyadoinsucka's statement is probably fairly accurate. Stop being a dick and trying to make an issue when there isn't one
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Quite a good price for the flights, not checked but accommodation may be quite expensive especially over the Christmas period.
Yeah it can be but these prices cover dec-March, I beleive the north Americans holidaymakers bump up the price mid dec till the new year
​what does it matter where they are from. How dare the Caribbean not be just for the brits
WTF, I am stating prices go up in late December, as that is a busy period for North American holiday makers to the Caribbean, not sure why you are offended,
thx
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Thomas Cook transatlantic flights, Manchester to New York next August under £400 £399.00

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Just booked this, a long time ahead I know but a cracking price for transatlantic flights in August - especially given how much of the £400 is tax. Manchester is a great airport and so much better in
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Booked for £207.50 out on 30/9 and £191.50 back on 13/10. I wanted to be there early September for Labor day so decided to go a bit later but earlier today there were the same prices for returns end of August as well. Can upload a screenshot later. I guess with only one aircraft they might sell pretty quickly.


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Can not see any out bound / inbound dates that total £400 please show dates.
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Belfast to Orlando £305.00 return 4th Sept-18th Sept-Thomas Cook

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Late deal. Return Flights from Belfast leaving 4th September and returning on the 18th. Might be more dates but looks like a decent late deal price. *Flights Only *
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Great deal heat added :)
little_deal_minx
Amazing deal, finally one from Belfast!! If only I had someone to go with :( lol
Don't worry hunnie i'll go with you as long as you pay for my ticket of course :)

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Id rather pay the extra than use Cowboys like Thomas Cook. I went to Mexico this year and they used a short haul airplane for the return leg of the journey, to make it worse the cabin crew were excited as it was a new plane!!
Define "a short haul plane" (i.e. I assume you didn't have to stop or perform an in-flight refuel did you?).
A smaller plane that you would usually get to short haul destinations
rich0770
Id rather pay the extra than use Cowboys like Thomas Cook. I went to Mexico this year and they used a short haul airplane for the return leg of the journey, to make it worse the cabin crew were excited as it was a new plane!!
Define "a short haul plane" (i.e. I assume you didn't have to stop or perform an in-flight refuel did you?).
rich0770
Id rather pay the extra than use Cowboys like Thomas Cook. I went to Mexico this year and they used a short haul airplane for the return leg of the journey, to make it worse the cabin crew were excited as it was a new plane!!
Same thing happened to us coming back from Orlando this year, they have offered us a £100 voucher - YAY!
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Las Vegas 10 nights Luxor direct from Manchester 20th November - £636.15 pp @ Thomas Cook

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Fri 20 November till 30th November Manchester to Las Vegas direct with choose your own seat and full luggage allowance. Hotel booked with travel bag at £339.33 flights booked with Thomas Cook airl…
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We have been to Vegas 8 times for 2 weeks holiday, this November will be our 9th. Vegas is NOT expensive if you limit your gambling and eating out can be as expensive or as cheap as you like. Always check Groupon and the specialist Vegas websites for discount vouchers and freebies and if you are going you MUST play MyVegas slots on Facebook. Free to play and you can win 2 for 1 or FREE buffets, shows, rooms, drinks, meals etc etc. at MGM resorts. If you plan it right 2 weeks in Vegas can work out cheaper than a fortnight in Blackpool in summer. Our trip this November has cost us £1400 for 2 weeks flying BA and staying at Excalibur. Not the best hotel, and we have stayed in many but being an MLife pearl loyalty member we get Free upgrades and complimentary suites, $200 gambling in freeplay and $75 dining credit at any MGM resort, well worth joining as it is FREE !!
A fortnight in Blackpool?
Has that actually ever been done!!!!?
who knows but ... I am 100% you could do it for a lot less than £1400 for two
£1400 for 2 people for 10 nights?! Obviously not been to Vegas before lol

Who's talking about Vegas ?? I was reply to a post claiming it was impossible to do a fortnight in Blackpool for 2 people for £1400
:) ......
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Stunning photos there.
We went to the north rim of the canyon by plane. When we got there it was foggy, have to say the bottom lip came out and started to quiver. But seeing the canyon come out the fog as it lifted was stunning. If only I had your camera skills!

Wish I had those camera skills too! (Google image search....) ;)
Stunning photos there.

We went to the south rim of the canyon by plane. When we got there it was foggy, have to say the bottom lip came out and started to quiver. But seeing the canyon come out the fog as it lifted was stunning. If only I had your camera skills!

Edited By: Batch_2001 on Jul 06, 2015 23:59: north, south whatever
By all means spend as much time as you like in Vegas, but don't forget how close you are to some amazing scenery in Southern Utah & Arizona:

Zion National Park - 160 miles / 2 hours 32 mins away:
http://www.zionnationalpark.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/G-Heart-Of-Zion_mini.jpg

Cedar Breaks National Monument - 194 miles / 3 hours 1 min away:
http://jeffreyfavero.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/JFP-NSP-126.jpg

Bryce Canyon - 260 miles / 3 hours 48 mins away:
http://img10.deviantart.net/f350/i/2008/210/a/e/bryce_canyon_sunrise_by_kimjew.jpg

Horseshoe Bend - 275 miles / 4 hours 14 mins away:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cc/Horseshoe_Bend_with_14mm_Lens_on_Nikon_D800e.jpg

Monument Valley - 395 miles / 6 hours 11 mins away:
http://bluffutah.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Monument-Valley-Road-resized.jpg

There's loads more places too!


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Las Vegas 3 nights Mandalay bay from Manchester long weekend. £547.00

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£547 per person for 3 nights in Las Vegas flying direct from Manchester with Thomas Cook airlines, pre booked seats in flight meals full luggage etc! Hotel bookable with travelbag. Other hotel…
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Yeh I noticed it wasn't a direct return flight when I found my other Vegas deal. Tried to expire it but it was already cold as ice lol
Was it direct when you found the deal? Hopefully they might become available again soon because I quite fancy this
Yeh I noticed it wasn't a direct return flight when I found my other Vegas deal. Tried to expire it but it was already cold as ice lol
I can't see any direct return flights. Can anyone see any?
That's a brilliant price for the flights alone - shame it's only three nights
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9 Nights All Inclusive Barbados: 20kg luggage, in flight meals and No1 Tripadvisor Hotel £1,204.83pp or £1138.14pp with TCB @ Thomas Cook

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This is a great price for 9 nights in Barbados on an all inclusive basis. A good few hundred pound cheaper than I can see elsewhere. A great honeymoon possibly for someone. Departing on 1st March
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Stayed here myself small hotel like been in a large family ...met Rudolph Walker (Patrick east endears) there good enough for him !! yes it is a bit out of the way but so easy to get around.The Gap where all the night life is is not too far away.you don't go to Barbados and stay in a hotel. I found the food in the hotel just as good as the affordable restaurants....and agree be warned....... I've been 5 times 8)

no true, if it was me going it wouldn't be Bridgetown at all or the west coast hotels in general. I would do North East coast as prettier and not so homogenised.
jonnithomas
ohh, btw, Thomas Cook flights are awful without legroom and it's not a short flight.

Would be on the newly refurbished a330s which have nice seats and a good amount of leg room
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Stayed here myself small hotel like been in a large family ...met Rudolph Walker (Patrick east endears) there good enough for him !! yes it is a bit out of the way but so easy to get around.The Gap where all the night life is is not too far away.you don't go to Barbados and stay in a hotel. I found the food in the hotel just as good as the affordable restaurants....and agree be warned....... I've been 5 times 8)
ohh, btw, Thomas Cook flights are awful without legroom and it's not a short flight.
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11 Nights All Inclusive to Cuba (from Manchester) £542.48 pp @ Thomas Cook

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This is a great price for 11 nights to Cuba, you'll need to book each element separately. Dates are 4th-15th June and based on two adults. Screen shots to follow: Flights - £575.96pp - go through…
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Thomas Cook hold profit above dead children. They could be selling this for a quid and it wouldn't be worth it. Never another penny to this vile pack of parasites.
Magister
And why, in the name of sanity, would you want to go to Cuba?
Easy peasy, you can easily find out by going to an airport, go to the queue for check in for Cuba and survey your question , "oh why...."
I've updated the initial post. This is a bargain!
This had dropped again.... Book your hotel through Zleeping £459 and 7% TCB. Should bring total price for two to less than £500pp.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on May 15, 2015 19:48
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Magister
And why, in the name of sanity, would you want to go to Cuba?
Are you American?? Only reason I can think of why you would post a comment like this!

Give US Americans some credit, even them don't really think that anymore:
http://www.gallup.com/poll/181625/americans-opinion-cuba-highest-nearly-years.aspx