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£50 off flights to Barbabos now from £399 return with 20kg luggage and meals included @ Thomas Cook

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Nice bit of late summer / winter sun for you! Save £50 per person on Thomas Cook flights to Barbados when you book by midnight on 30th July and fly between October 2017 and April 2018. Flights availab… Read More
Nice bit of late summer / winter sun for you! Save £50 per person on Thomas Cook flights to Barbados when you book by midnight on 30th July and fly between October 2017 and April 2018. Flights availab…
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Flown last two years to Barbados on Thomas cook from Manchester
First year it it was brilliant a newly refurbed plane and food soft drinks and ice cream handed out regularly, entertainment very good lots of choice, last year was on an older plane and it appeared service had been cut back

note from Manchester they only do one direct flight to Barbados weekly the other 3or 4 flights go to st lucia, Antigua or Tobago unload passengers (and pickup passengers) and then another hour to Barbados, all flights home are direct from Barbados .
with this in mind you can easily do two holidays in one getting a liat airlines flight onto Barbados (add 55-120 US dollars per person) I'd recommend Antigua (over St Lucia)

price wise i de I was looking a few weeks ago for January18 prices where £380-420 so with £50 off I'm tempted just need a babysitter
ps. Thomson appeared to pull the Manchester flights last year.
Pps only TCook offer low prices on singles, I noticed virgin charge pretty much a return price for one way single ticket, hence choosing TC
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.
Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.
I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

My mum used TC to fly longhaul from Gatwick to Cape Town (12 hours flight).

It was quite no-frills, so the films were old, you have to pay for headphones and pay for drinks but those were pretty much the only downsides. Oh, and the seats didn't have those head rest wing thingys so if you're in the middle seat you've got nowhere to put your head, so avoid a middle seat if possible.

The plane was fairly new, the legroom was good, the food was fine, the seats comfortable enough, staff friendly and generally good.

Not as luxurious as BA or Virgin but the price difference was huge (£400 with TC and £900 with BA!).

Having said that, BA & Virgin aren't what they used to be and are becoming increasingly no-frills so the difference is becoming slimmer.

Edited By: sicklysweet on Jul 18, 2017 22:41
Go with Thomson nicer aircraft and staff. Their planes always breaking down.
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.
Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.
I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

Depends where you're flying from. A few years ago, Thomas Cook had a habit of flying the Newcastle flight back to Manchester and bussing everyone back to Newcastle - as long as you were back in the Toon within 4 hours of expected Newcastle arrival they could get away with it. For that reason I would never fly with them. Thomson (especially Dreamliner) are much better in my opinion.
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

ThugBasher - Used them for Florida last year and California this year - absolutely fine. You pay for alcohol, but that's fair enough given the price.

Good staff. Good planes, plenty of leg room (I'm 6'2) and no hassle at all.
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RETURN Flights to Greece and Cyprus - Corfu from £53.98pp @ Thomas Cook (also discounts for Rhodes / Mykonos)

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If you're after a last min hol then these are worth a look! Thomas Cook currently have £20 off flights to Greece / Cyprus Spotted Glasgow > Corfu for £53.98 on the 8th June to the 15th Also ther… Read More
If you're after a last min hol then these are worth a look! Thomas Cook currently have £20 off flights to Greece / Cyprus Spotted Glasgow > Corfu for £53.98 on the 8th June to the 15th Also ther…
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Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
air b n b
I need to go to Corfu on the 23-26 best I can see is around £130 with easyJet and £148 with Thomson damn
ionuttd
Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
booking.com
Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
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sandracopping1
Wait till you add bags price goes up a lot plus meals etc
Would you buy a meal on a 3hr flight?
LOLZ!... X)
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Easter Belfast Las Vegas Direct Premium return flights @ Thomas Cook (£759.98)

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Normally to get to Vegas from Northern Ireland your options are drive to Dublin, fly to New York and then fly to Vegas - takes about 20 hours. Thomas cook are doing 1 direct return flight this year… Read More
Normally to get to Vegas from Northern Ireland your options are drive to Dublin, fly to New York and then fly to Vegas - takes about 20 hours. Thomas cook are doing 1 direct return flight this year…
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TomBoyNI
IWOOTN
save a 2 hour trek to dublin and toll charges too.
Customs pre clearance in Dublin is worth the travel time alone. Flying in from Belfast and you could easily queue for customs for a few hours. I have done. I'd rather travel to Dublin in the comfort of my car for two hours than queue for the same amount of time in the States just to get allowed entry.
Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving into JFK as a domestic passenger. However most flights into Vegas are domestic from other States so you have to be unlucky and stuck behind a few international flights to get the hours of queues you talk about. If there are no queues when you land and your are first off the aircraft as you are at the front in the premium cabin you can be out in 20 mins.
I have been to Las Vegas over 40 times at the beginning I soon reaslised that it wa far better to arrive internally there is not enough immigration officers and getting a cab could be a nightmare so switched to fly via LAX or SFO no longer, cheaper and flights not full of stag and hen parties

Surely your journey including an internal connection is longer than waiting in an immigration line for an hour? Though Ive not seen it bad in Vegas for quite a while

Re the taxis - with Uber and Lyft your taxi is waiting for you as you walk out, no lines or queue.

Finally if you turn left when you board you dont get the hens and stags ;-)
Great deal voted hot, but I will never go through the custom checks in America ever again. Was in Miami in December and after such a long flight the queues were monstrous when we got to America. Luckily for me direct flights from Dublin start in Sept which is when I'm heading back!
Chivas.Regal
Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!
I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!



Unfortunately in Northern Ireland we get ripped off when it comes to holidays - flights are always much more expensive than Manchester /Gatwick etc
I wasn't having a go - a few people have pointed it this route can be done cheaper but my point is the hassle isn't worth the saving for a lot of people and this is the cheapest for direct. I'm booked - can't wait.
Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!
I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!
sonypc100
TomBoyNI
IWOOTN
save a 2 hour trek to dublin and toll charges too.
Customs pre clearance in Dublin is worth the travel time alone. Flying in from Belfast and you could easily queue for customs for a few hours. I have done. I'd rather travel to Dublin in the comfort of my car for two hours than queue for the same amount of time in the States just to get allowed entry.

Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving into JFK as a domestic passenger. However most flights into Vegas are domestic from other States so you have to be unlucky and stuck behind a few international flights to get the hours of queues you talk about. If there are no queues when you land and your are first off the aircraft as you are at the front in the premium cabin you can be out in 20 mins.


That's an excellent point sonypc100, thanks.
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USA FLASH SALE - **Now Live**- RETURN FLIGHTS✈️ to Miami £299.99 / Boston £289.99 / San Francisco £359.99 / Los Angeles £359.99 / Las Vegas £399.99 @ Thomas Cook

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Evening all, from tomorrow morning (11am 27th April) Thomas Cook will be having a flash sale on return flights to the USA to various destinations :3 Prices will be as follows Miami £299.99 Boston £2… Read More
Evening all, from tomorrow morning (11am 27th April) Thomas Cook will be having a flash sale on return flights to the USA to various destinations :3 Prices will be as follows Miami £299.99 Boston £2…
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Got 2 x return flights to SF in September for £349.98 each.
Cheers. Heat added.

Edited By: defsteve on May 07, 2017 20:19
Maybe it's just me but I cannot select London in the 'from' field. Might be because I'm on a mobile phone but it's odd.
Can anyone comment on the seat size and legroom in economy on these flights?
How does it compare with say BA? Virgin?
I am tall and wide and don't fit easily into a small economy seat.
Is it worth upgrading to Premium Economy?
rossybearr
peter1969uk
I'd jump on this, but the issue of going to London for a Visa. Puts me off.
A visa? You are joking right? Lolol

Nope, I wish I was. I've worked in many places around the world, such as Chad, Liberia, Nigeria, Congo, Iraq plus others. Because of this I've got to attend the, the consulate in London.
PeskyEscley

Did exactly the same! Then cried at the prices of hotels in San Francisco... We've booked extra flights to Las Vegas for 2 days whilst we are there, and it's only worked out about $20 dollars more in total compare to 2 nights in San Francisco!

NorCal is generally a pretty expensive part of the USA. I worked in the East Bay area for a couple of years and at the time, it was easily 50% more expensive than say Florida. I honestly think SF is over-rated. Had the worst Chinese food I've ever eaten, in Chinatown. I lived in Hong Kong for 6 years, so I'm very familiar with decent Chinese food!

The West (or Left) coast is a very beautiful part of the country. Much more open minded, than many parts, to say the least :)
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RETURN Flights to Boston £250.00 - 400 Seat Flash Sale @ Thomas Cook [24 Hour Sale]

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Thomas cook having another flash sale, this time on Manchester to Boston for £250pp Return. 400 Seats at this price and it ends at 12pm Tomorrow if there are even any seats left by then. Prices availa… Read More
Thomas cook having another flash sale, this time on Manchester to Boston for £250pp Return. 400 Seats at this price and it ends at 12pm Tomorrow if there are even any seats left by then. Prices availa…
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they've now got a new flight time over 24 hours after the initial flight and no hotels given, sleeping in the airport.
good luck to everyone that booked this, my dad did and on the way out he was delayed by 3 hours for problems with the plane, now coming back he was due to fly at 9.30 last night but then it was delayed and now it's cancelled. Thomas cook have said because it's a new destination for them they don't have any hotel partners or food partners and so they can't help anyone, so everyone has been sleeping on the floor in the airport with no food.... not good
gordo1964
panddda
gordo1964
Damnyoureyes
Darn we want August. Great city and area
We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last September and are visiting Boston in August. Really looking forward to it but may be eating in diners every day unless the $ gets a bit weaker.
Have a look on restaurant.com - pay a couple of dollars for a voucher that gets you half price.
Thanks - how long do the vouchers last for and do you need to print them out - Cheers

They're indefinite, and you can just show it on your phone I think (I printed them out but don't think you need to). Also, if you choose one and then change plans so it's unused, you can just exchange it back into your account for another one. Took me a little while to know what I was buying, but basically you buy vouchers for a few dollars that then get you a certificate at a restaurant (eg $15, $50 or whatever) that you can use with a minimum spend, which is usually double the certificate value. The current special deal is 4x $25 certificates for $20 dollars, so you'd spend $20, and for that you'd get 4 lots of $25 off a $50 spend at the restaurant, so for $20 you're getting $100 of food. The only consideration is tipping - it's obviously a big deal in the US, and you are expected to tip around 20% on the full value of the bill rather than after the discount voucher has been applied, so a $100 meal that you've used a $50 restaurant.com certificate against (that would have cost you $10) would be expecting a $20 tip. You're therefore saving $40. Always check the T&Cs for each restaurant - I think they are all or mostly for food only, not drinks.
We saved a fair bit in California, used a $50 House of Blues voucher (that had cost $10) against a $100 spend, plus several others similar.

Also have a look on the US Groupon site, it's similar to at home but there's almost always an extra 20% or similar discount code on the site. Had some belting deals on restaurants in Orlando that way, and as well as the saving it means that so much of the spend on holiday is already pre-paid.
I went to Boston and then toured Cape Cod a few years back. Great holiday. They were still doing the Big Dig under Boston at the time - has it all finished? We did also visit Salem which was disappointing. As it was Halloween at the time it was screaming - and I mean screaming, with kids everywhere. Massive parties of them and crowds everywhere. Not sure what we expected as we thought it was a small place. Cape Cod was the best - really lovely and I'd highly recommend it.
it says the offer has ended but I just booked 30th May to 13th June.... £249.98 return
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Los Angeles - 300 seats at £300.00 RETURN! via Manchester (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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It's back! Grab yourself a return trip to the City of Angels, AKA, Los Angeles in May from just £300 return via LAX! Flights are from Manchester, and most of the discounted seats are available on Read More
It's back! Grab yourself a return trip to the City of Angels, AKA, Los Angeles in May from just £300 return via LAX! Flights are from Manchester, and most of the discounted seats are available on
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How often do TC run these flash sales? If there is a regular pattern to it, anyway.
couragenh
isotonic
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neoshinobi
For a second I was like yeah...then I remembered who the President was and how my experience going through border security would be and i was like...nah...
You are going to LA, Californiawhich is a hotbed for liberals and alone accounted for Hillary's popular vote majority so NO, you won't be treated badly at the airport. Besides, you are flying from Manchester and not a middle east country. Stop spreading fake news and paranoia because immigration law in UK and EU is tighter than in America
Actually I know many people who have no problems travelling around the EU but have been stopped at US airports and questioned for 4-6 hours including my nephew
Traveling around EU for British passport holder is like travelling between States in America because of EU law and Schengen agreement. Out of interest, where they questioned under Trump or under Obama?

Neither.. It was under Bush!
Wonder if there going to do the San Francisco deal again I missed out last time As for Thomas Cook used them quite a lot and never ever experienced any problems
seaniboy
dawson_25
Not much difference between the Thomas Cook flash sale prices and the Norwegian air standard prices.
Got a Norwegian email yesterday, think its 15% off for Paddys Day

Can you possibly link this or do you need an E-Mail?
Brilliant Deal.. Off to see my Brother in May.. Thanks for the Post
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Manchester to San Francisco and or LA £399.00 rtn direct with Thomas Cook

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Lots of return flight combinations direct from Manchester E.g. Outbound 7th sept Return 14th sept. I've booked manc to San Fran and returning from LA and got the same deal. Read More
Lots of return flight combinations direct from Manchester E.g. Outbound 7th sept Return 14th sept. I've booked manc to San Fran and returning from LA and got the same deal.
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Its a shame. A really great deal, but Trump's muslim ban would probably mean I'm going to be held at the airport for 7 days.
ShopCom123
I'd have been on this like a rat up a drainpipe a few years ago, except now we have two kids and then wow it's not cheap :) What was it she said, let's have a kid, lets have another...............no seriously I wouldn't change it for the world but wow I'd love it to just be the two of us jetting off whenever we wanted to wherever we wanted without having to worry about term times, fines, etc. :)


Yerrrrp!
lynn44
chezvegas85
whizzkid1
£300 would be a bargain , £399 ..... maybe for some
£300 would an absolute steal for florida let alone san Francisco.

Thomson's Have many flight's for Florida for £250 @ 14 nights or 15 nts Manchester £240 and lovely Dreamliner too


True but there is very little flexibility with the Thomson deals unlike this one and you have to add on baggage charges with them too right? This is a good price for a long flight. I flew to Cape Town and was pretty impressed
whizzkid1
chezvegas85
whizzkid1
£300 would be a bargain , £399 ..... maybe for some
£300 would an absolute steal for florida let alone san Francisco.
check skyscanner and you'll see £399 isn't an incredible bargain . That's all i'm saying
Have been doing for 2 months
Booked it when it was £299 return last november , Flying to LA in May
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Flights to Orlando now from £370.00 - Thomas Cook - LGW to MCO

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Been monitoring flights to Orlando for some while now. Today have booked with Thomas Cook from Gatwick to Orlando International on 15h April - 29th (did not look at other dates as this was the date I Read More
Been monitoring flights to Orlando for some while now. Today have booked with Thomas Cook from Gatwick to Orlando International on 15h April - 29th (did not look at other dates as this was the date I
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I've been looking at flights to orlando in April for the past 2 months and the prices are ridiculous! Having looked over hukd for deals over the past 5 yrs they always seem to come down in price in January, they have hardly budged this year! Cross fingers they come down in the next few weeks or I won't be going :(
qwerta369
The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is costly in Orlando. The cost of the parks, Disney etc, is literally obscene. I don't know how they get away with charging that kind of money. Actually, I do know, they charge that much because people clearly are willing to pay that much.
Obviously, if you're not interested in the parks, this doesn't apply.

Yes Disney is overpriced but dont think Universal and Buch gardens are overpriced
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MichaelHarper
qwerta369
The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is costly in Orlando. The cost of the parks, Disney etc, is literally obscene. I don't know how they get away with charging that kind of money. Actually, I do know, they charge that much because people clearly are willing to pay that much.
Obviously, if you're not interested in the parks, this doesn't apply.
well that was relevant...
Yes, commenting on one of the main things to do in Orlando, on a deal for flights to Orlando, is indeed a tad relevant.
mocmocamoc
Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019
airbus330
Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more room. Bargain.
I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.

You are quite right, the new economy seats that got put in a couple of years ago are very good for knee room. But, particularly if you are a 6'er the Premium seats have lots of width and more legroom than you'll ever need. Apart from that, you get the free drinks, priority checkin and boarding and premium video. Personally, I'd just book the PE seats for the way home when you are needing the sleep. As you say, each to his own.
Just be aware, the Air Tanker (in TC colours and crewed by TC) does not have the same fitment (no premium) on this flight. The website clearly indicates when operated by Air Tanker and the flights are sometimes a bit cheaper. A lot cheaper on a JFK flight that I booked last week.
Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019
airbus330
Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more room. Bargain.

I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.
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East mids - Tenerife from £40.00 return @ Thomas Cook

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Few seats left at £40 then it jumps up to £50 28th Jan - 5th Feb Click on 'lowest fare finder' button Read More
Few seats left at £40 then it jumps up to £50 28th Jan - 5th Feb Click on 'lowest fare finder' button
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Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
Thanks
elan
Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Also with Ryanair 10kg hand luggage and a small bag 35x20x20mm
29th Jan to 4th Feb £29.98pp with Ryanair
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Cape Town - 400 seats at £400.00 RETURN! (24 Hours only!) From London Gatwick @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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New year, new flash sale from Thomas Cook! The 24 hour flash sale is on and this time it's Cape Town, South Africa! Thomas Cook have 400 return flights from London Gatwick for just £400 each travel… Read More
New year, new flash sale from Thomas Cook! The 24 hour flash sale is on and this time it's Cape Town, South Africa! Thomas Cook have 400 return flights from London Gatwick for just £400 each travel…
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We stayed in the o on cloof in Bantry Bay lovely little place.

Thanks, I'm going in Feb, looking at going along the coast to St Lucia as well.
We stayed in the o on cloof in Bantry Bay lovely little place.
We had a leaflet given to us at the hotel and they booked the day trips for us. 1 to see cape of good hope and whales and penguins and another for wine tasting. Took a hop on hop off bus one day that also takes you to the cable car for table mountain
kidpaddyblue
Such an amazing city. So much to see and it's so cheap once you there. Went to the sort of high end restaurant you wouldexpect to pay hundreds of pounds for in London had 5 course wine and food tasting menu cost £30 all in. Loads of decent day trips to see whales, go on a vineyard tour, go up table mountain etc


Did you get some sort of guide to find the day trips etc or just found it all out there?
Such an amazing city. So much to see and it's so cheap once you there. Went to the sort of high end restaurant you wouldexpect to pay hundreds of pounds for in London had 5 course wine and food tasting menu cost £30 all in. Loads of decent day trips to see whales, go on a vineyard tour, go up table mountain etc
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Flash Sale - RETURN Flights to Orlando - 500 seats priced at £299.99 @ Thomas Cook Airlines

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

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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… Read More
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.


Edited By: unidentified on Nov 29, 2016 12:00
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 seem to be doing one of these 500 flight promos each week, wonder where else they will offering?
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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 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… Read More
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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....
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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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thomas cook airlines manchester to cape verde £146.00 Return Dec-Mar2017

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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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Good deal


Why do so many hukd threads descend into hate and spite? Way of the world sadly.
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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.
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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.
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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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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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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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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gerrad1973
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 ?