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Belfast to Ibiza return flights was £49, Now £29.00! 5th -12th September @Thomson

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Looking a cheap holiday for the parents. Stumbled across these flights from Belfast Now £29 -Johnzy11
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johnzy11
Down to £29 return now


​cheers. updated. super cheap!!!!
Down to £29 return now
Great value
conn85
Looking a cheap holiday for the parents.
Ibiza??
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Cheap flight to Majorca from Belfast £29.00pp return 1-8 September @ Thomson Holidays

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Thomson have flights From Belfast International (BFS) to Palma de Mallorca (PMI), return to Belfast International (BFS) Thu 01 Sep 2016 06:00 10:00 Thu 08 Sep 2016 11:00 13:00 7 NIG…
clairie Avatar5d, 1h agoFound 5 days, 1 hour ago9 Comments
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I did post a deal that encoeporated similar cheap flights and they were less than £25. They had August dates and are probably selling off remaining seats hence the September release of dates now.

As others have said accommodation is expensive which bumps the price up on a holiday. If you are willing to drive and perhaps head further afield you may get some bargains.

For under £40pp return you can get a return ferry from Menorca to Alcudia, could be an option for those wanting a twin centre break.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 25, 2016 08:56
cambargins
in September all flights go cheep.

True. Just after school holidays end conveniently lol
heat added only because its from Belfast
Cheap flights but hotels are practically all sold out for all the dates and even for others like Lanzarote and Menorca
Hotels are still not sensibly priced.
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Cheap Flight From Belfast to Menorca 24 Aug-7 Sep £29.00 each at Thomson

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Thomson flights have some cheap flights from Belfast to Menorca departing Wed 24 Aug 2016 departing 06:00 arriving 09:50 Returning Wed 07 Sep 2016 departing 10:50 arriving 12:50 14 NIGHTS £29 for r…
clairie Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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direct link?
Thomson have some great flight deals on.
Luggage can be expensive, but you can't knock their deals.
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Return Flights to Orlando from £215.00 - £249 / Menorca from £29 / Ibiza from £45 @ Thomson (From London / Glasgow / Birmingham/ Manchester / East Midlands/ Newcastle) [See Comment #1 for more flights/prices]

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**Update** More flights added at £215 from Also There are return Flights to Manorca - £29 Ibiza - £45 Alicante - £49 Images added to Comment #1 Been keeping an eye on prices as obviously th…
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Great price but this is standard for florida with Thomson. Its not cheap because of Zika and your nearly 300 miles away in anycase. Tend to go each year always book last minute and love September /October time. Perfect time after peak, still hot but bearable, not busy, short queues, good sales at outlets, Halloween horror, Disney food and wine festival... Could go on. I'm booking soon :-)
chocaholikk
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No prizes for guessing why Florida's so cheap.
Still, shockingly good bargain.
​why is it so cheap?

For those dates - mainly cos it's term time.
MrFlux001
Somewhere to avoid if you either plan on or are planning on serving your purpose in life.


Trust me I'd rather be in Florida compared to Somalia or Pakistan, two worst places on the planet by far.
grahamr1986


Not all of us want little brats you moron the propose of life is to enjoy it!
always the bridesmaid...
exel1966
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Great price, poor airline.
​Are they worse than Thomas Cook, have never flown with Thomson? Worst airline with the rudest and most unorganised, unhelpful staff I've ever experienced and I've flown A LOT..
Typical bucket and spade airline. Don't be fooled by the marketing of the 'Dreamliner Experience'. It's just another tube and cattle class is just like any other. Food is very average, drinks are free, but they're not too keen on willingly serving them and seem to frown upon people asking for them at the rear of the aircraft and are excessively keen in drawing the curtains to the galley so pax are put off asking.
Total nonsense. I've done 4 return trips to Orlando on Thomson Dreamliners and to compared to the Virgin, TC or BA Florida flights they have: more legroom, more headroom, far bigger personal locker space, better IFE, quieter travel and actual fresh air to breathe rather than the toxic variety that has passed through the engines of all the older planes.
If you're only concerned about airline food (which is pretty universally rank) and free drinks then you're well suited to any cattle class flights given your level of discernment.
Calm down Victor, you're post is akin to your OTT assessment of Thomson. Take a chill pill before you have a coronary!
Having flown both B788/9 with VIR and TOM in both cattle and premium there is only one comparison that can be made and that is VIR are Team GB and Gold Medal, whereas TOM are languishing a long way down the league.
The TOM fleet maybe newer than the fleets of other operators from LGW, but that doesn't disguise the fact that the service is very poor, very typically bucket and spade, nowhere near that of a full service scheduled airline and it shows.
Calm down yourself Mr Cattleman. If you read the reviews on the various Florida forums of flying on the Virgin geriatric 747s you'd realise Virgin are closer to Team Austria than Team GB.
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Thomson all inclusive 12 night cruise on thomson celebration 24 Nov to 6 dec £745pp £1,490.58

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Best deal I can find per person per night £61.83. This includes flights, transfers, food and all inclusive drinks package. You fly to Malaga, then on to cartagena, Palma, Valletta, thira, Rhodes town…
andycs Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago32 Comments
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I've holidayed on two Thomson cruises, the winter one was great. The second one (summer greek islands) like other people have said very rachous with one large family ruining a lot of peoples experience. In fact I don't think I've ever seen so much drinking from dawn to dusk.I like cruises because I love walking around somewhere different every day and exploring what the places have to offer, on the second cruise a significant number of people never left the ship for the whole cruise. That said, I would use them again because they have some good itineries and we were treated really well by the staff on both cruises. Like others have said though, you need to book a decent cabin.
diylenny
This cruise is suitable for non discerning alcoholics. I have unfortunately had the displeasure of a Thomson cruise. The cabin was old and scruffy, the food was well below standard compared with the 10 other mainstream Cruiselines I have experienced.
If you look on Viva Voyage you will see a cruise on the Celebrity Constellation in November, 14 nights, including drinks for around £600 plus fllghts.
If you want Butlins at sea then choose Thomson. If you want to feel pampered then Celebrity, RCL, Princess etc.

Celebrity Constellation 14Nov Athens to Abu Dhabi
(the reason this cruise is cheap is that it was going from Istanbul and bookings were well down so massive price reductions and the drinks thrown in, since the switch to Athens a month ago they have sold out a lot of grades.

Cruise only OV with drinks package is £580pp then add the tips £130
flights were available for around £250 but might be getting hard to find now.
You will struggle to get change from £1kpp.now.
TAs are offering on-line for around £1100pp ish
if you add days you can still get celebrity BA flights for £300pp with a bit of work might find a bit cheaper.

Only a day in Aquba for Petra with the Celebrity trip and the other ports are a bit dull, in Abu Dhabi for the final F1 race if that is your bag..

The Thomson trip gives much better options for Petra one of the main reasons to do these Suez trips.
The following Thomson cruise was £810 for 15 nights and more ports than the celebrity option,

The Med is far better at this time of year cool for touring and far less crowded thn the summer trips.
Correct, and not just yours only either.
Its been fun these little chats, I would put a very big bet on us never meeting on a cruise.

Edited By: andycs on Aug 02, 2016 16:22
By 'genuine' I meant 'genuine' and nothing more. My God, you have an awfully big chip on your shoulder.

Look, I disliked almost everything about the unbelievable poor quality of the Thompson cruise I went on. I'll say that for information on any Thompson thread since people may (or may not) be interested. You liked your cruise - fine, so you've passed on that information. Your constant accusations against anyone posting experiences you don't like and doubting them is tiring, so I'll stop posting now. This site is for all views, not just yours.
grahamc2003, not quite sure what yoy mean by "genuine", I've listed a holiday exactly as stated and for a price that can be booked. Quoting other cruises with no links and not being able to book at that prices shown without phone calls does not seem "genuine" to me.
diylenny, which Thomson cruise ship were you on and when? When I looked for a 14 day cruise in November on Viva Voyage the cheapest I got was £679 but their was no link to book, can you link the £600 for future ref as we might be interested in the future.
Maybe my lack of cruise experience puts me at a disadvantage but I know I was on the poor ship in Oct 15 & Mar 16 so to speak in the Thomson fleet in the "spirit" but everthing was cleaned constantly, the chefs were checking the food constantly to make sure it was at the correct temp, even though the ship is being put out of commision soon it was still being painted and maintained, the room was basic but we were only sleeping and washing in it (also it was cleaned 3 times a day) and the entertainment was very good. Not been to Butlins in about 15 years but it was good fun when we went with the kids.
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Thomson flights Newcastle to Mallorca 4th Aug 14 nights £170.00 for 2 adults and 2 children!

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Looks super cheap, takes £120 off at checkout but excludes baggage. Just browsing again and found this. Someone must fancy a bit of this!!!
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Plenty cheap apartments around £500/week
Some really cheap Thomson deals for flights at the moment to the Balaerics. As other people have said the accommodation is just so expensive. Cannot match any cheap hotels up with the dates of any cheap flights.
futura
There are quite a few cheap flights to Spain at the moment. They just don't have the hotel capacity since lots if airlines shifted flights from Tunisia etc to Spain so hotel prices are crazy. Take a tent and pitch it up in s'albufeira national park in Alcudia!


​don't even take a tent
There are quite a few cheap flights to Spain at the moment. They just don't have the hotel capacity since lots if airlines shifted flights from Tunisia etc to Spain so hotel prices are crazy. Take a tent and pitch it up in s'albufeira national park in Alcudia!
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Still after an August School Holiday? 7 nights in Santorini for family of 5 £273pp (from Birmingham) - £1,365.02 @ Thomson / Airbnb

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This is a seriously hot deal for a family of 5 to Santorini in the school holidays. This really won't last and if anyone is still after a break for August I'd get on this now! Flights are with Thom…
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But the schools are back on the 16th August?X)
Are they?
In parts of Scotland they are, but these flights are from Birmingham so I can't really see anyone in Scotland wanting to fly from Birmingham to be honest!
I would have said most Scottish schools are back around then - as for flying from Birmingham, a lot of Scotland residents fly from there or Manchester, as it's frequently a lot cheaper than flying from Glasgow or Edinburgh.

Yikes! There must be big price differences to head down to Birmingham. I have a friend in Edinburgh who often goes from Newcastle as there is a big price difference especially as they haven't broke up for the holidays, when Scotland have!
rachelandgromit
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alg
But the schools are back on the 16th August?X)
Are they?
In parts of Scotland they are, but these flights are from Birmingham so I can't really see anyone in Scotland wanting to fly from Birmingham to be honest!

I would have said most Scottish schools are back around then - as for flying from Birmingham, a lot of Scotland residents fly from there or Manchester, as it's frequently a lot cheaper than flying from Glasgow or Edinburgh.
bigpappasmurf13
alg
But the schools are back on the 16th August?X)
Are they?

In parts of Scotland they are, but these flights are from Birmingham so I can't really see anyone in Scotland wanting to fly from Birmingham to be honest!
alg
But the schools are back on the 16th August?

X)


Are they?
But the schools are back on the 16th August?

X)
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Thomson flights Newcastle to Kefalonia £370.00 for 2adults and 2 children 11thAug to 25th Aug

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Just browsing and came across this, hope it helps someone. Luggage is a steep £44 pp extra though.
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Initially when I looked at these dates it was coming in at £123 each, played around with the dates but no joy. However went back to original dates and it dropped to £93 each.

I presume site is a bit buggy. If only my wife had more holidays Hot from me!

Edited By: MINCER on Jul 29, 2016 07:14
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Thomson Mexico 2 weeks AI - Riu Lupita, Playacar £791 per person

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Staying at Riu Lupita, Playacar Flights from Stansted, & various other airports, & coach transfers
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Nice small hotel - mainly Europeans and no Americans or Canadians when we went a few years ago. Not beachfront but a really good courtesy bus service to beach clubs and town centre. We preferred this hotel to the big beachfront ones.



We stayed there about 5 years ago & loved it. You can use the other 3 Riu hotels too which I thought was good.
Nice small hotel - mainly Europeans and no Americans or Canadians when we went a few years ago. Not beachfront but a really good courtesy bus service to beach clubs and town centre. We preferred this hotel to the big beachfront ones.


Edited By: nholt24 on Jul 21, 2016 20:12
yozzman1234
April to September are the hottest , December , January and February are the coolest in the year , but still nice at 23-24 . I lived their for 12 months .


OK thanks.
April to September are the hottest , December , January and February are the coolest in the year , but still nice at 23-24 . I lived their for 12 months .
yozzman1234
Not the best weather in December , but great price

In what way do you mean? I went there in December about 5 years ago & it was fine.
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Thomson Dreamliner return flights, Stansted to Sanford, Orlando 5th-19th Oct, £253.00

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Hand luggage and meals included. Checked bags from £60. I couldn't book quickly enough.
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Is that with luggage ??? Or is it another £70 each per case
Just been on and 31st August is £229 return for 14 nights.
I much prefer flying into Sanford than Orlando international which is chaotic especially with children in tow.
Bargain, I've booked 31 August for two weeks for £319
Can't get it to load on Thomson web page
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Walt Disney World All Star Sports (14 Nights) 25th August 2016 from £652.00pp @ Thomson Holidays

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This is based on a family of 2 Adults and 2 Children (under 10). Details: Thomson Holidays Walt Disney World's All Star Sports Resort from Thursday 25th August 2016 - Thursday 8th September 2…
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http://community.cdnbf.net/community.betfair.com/user/bigmo/73bec576850360f3756d3b43a7d56b09.jpg?v=258600
yes you will have to buy tickets but you get what they call extra hours where disney hotel guests get extra access to certain parks, on certain days (no general public allowed) on extra hours
1. Note you have to book by the 7th for free breakfast.
2. I don't know too much about the Sports Resort so here goes. As it's a Walt Disney Resort do you still have to pay to enter Disneyland?
flipping baragin and perfect as we have no kids :)

nice find OP!
ah :( shame....
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From London: Lastminute 2 Weeks Gran Canaria, 15kg luggage, 2 bed apartment & transfers £165.49pp @ Thomson Holidays

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For under £85pp per week in Gran Canaria, this is a great price. For just over £7pp per night you can upgrade to Half Board, so it is around an additional £430. This price is based on 2A and 2C, so…
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hey OP, just wandering how you find these deals eg the last minute thomson holiday. I am looking for my family and can not find anything like what you have done. and even when i click the link they are no longer there. any tips would be great . thanks.
mcormack
szymonbachman
can anyone explain me how to get this offer? I'm new here
Yeh, first thing to do is click on the "Get Deal" button, then prat about for 30 minutes on the Thomson search engine, eventually you will find the deal has expired.


;) so true!!
szymonbachman
can anyone explain me how to get this offer? I'm new here
Yeh, first thing to do is click on the "Get Deal" button, then prat about for 30 minutes on the Thomson search engine, eventually you will find the deal has expired.
can anyone explain me how to get this offer? I'm new here
We stayed at Bahia Feliz last year and had a great time, not noisy at all, a quiet resort that is a bit out of the way although we stayed on a hotel complex with all inclusive so didn't go out and about too much.... Would love to go back but wrong dates for me...
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2 Weeks - Dominican Republic £788.00 via Thomson

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2 weeks AI staying at Riu Merengue, Dom Rep 27 Aug - 10 Sept Flight from Gatwick Don't forget TopCashback too!
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Best check the weather before booking.
Do you mean hurricane season? It's mid-Sept as far as I'm aware.
It's officially June to November, not just a few days in mid September.


It's cheap for a reason.
Did I say that oO
Some people really don't care though, & I do understand cheap for a reason.
No one really cares, a deal's a deal.
Whomever is thinking of going will care.
Cheap for a reason.
I would care about Zika but not hurricane. If we all start mithering like old women (no offence to elderly ladies), we would never do anything.
No, you simply use common sense and travel to places at appropiate times, you wouldn't go skiing in Europe in the summer, so don't do beach holidays in hurricane season.
Pay less than 20% more and go in the spring, I did Mexico in April last year and the weather was amazing.
BTW it's the tropical storms that cause problems too.
Same time as this holiday last year - http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/29/deadly-tropical-storm-far-worse-than-expected-in-dominican-republic-what-it-means-for-the-u-s/
I did Mexico in November-December some years back & I had good weather too :p

I'm not a beach person really. I book holz when they're at the right price & I'm just back from Himalayas, the roads were Ice Road Trucker amazing, but probably a bit too exciting for you X)
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Best check the weather before booking.
Do you mean hurricane season? It's mid-Sept as far as I'm aware.
It's officially June to November, not just a few days in mid September.
It's cheap for a reason.
Did I say that oO
Some people really don't care though, & I do understand cheap for a reason.
No one really cares, a deal's a deal.
Whomever is thinking of going will care.
Cheap for a reason.
I would care about Zika but not hurricane. If we all start mithering like old women (no offence to elderly ladies), we would never do anything.
No, you simply use common sense and travel to places at appropiate times, you wouldn't go skiing in Europe in the summer, so don't do beach holidays in hurricane season.

Pay less than 20% more and go in the spring, I did Mexico in April last year and the weather was amazing.

BTW it's the tropical storms that cause problems too.
Same time as this holiday last year - http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/29/deadly-tropical-storm-far-worse-than-expected-in-dominican-republic-what-it-means-for-the-u-s/
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full of drug dealers the resort i went to anyway

Aaaaw I'll deal with them hahaha! Seriously, where did you go?





​pubta canta


This deal's in Peurto Plata, which is miles from there. But in saying that, druggies are everywhere.
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full of drug dealers the resort i went to anyway

Aaaaw I'll deal with them hahaha! Seriously, where did you go?





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Best check the weather before booking.
Do you mean hurricane season? It's mid-Sept as far as I'm aware.
It's officially June to November, not just a few days in mid September.
It's cheap for a reason.
Did I say that oO

Some people really don't care though, & I do understand cheap for a reason.
No one really cares, a deal's a deal.
Whomever is thinking of going will care.
Cheap for a reason.


I would care about Zika but not hurricane. If we all start mithering like old women (no offence to elderly ladies), we would never do anything.
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1 seat only - MAN to Florida Flight only THOMSON £269.00 2WKS 19th July.

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Might have to be quick. Only 1 seat left. Very cheap price for week before factory fortnight. 1 seat only - MAN to Florida Flight only THOMSON £269 2WKS 19th July.
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It's a great deal- if you are a billy no mates cheapskate
A deal ? 1 seat? COLD
Good price considering it is school holidays, but on the other hand it's only one seat
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Thomson-Family of 4, Birmingham to Benidorm inc hotel/flights/luggage/transfer 7N, SC, 14 July - £560.00

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Package holiday Staying at Levante Lux Apts BIRMINGHAM - ALICANTE Thu 14 Jul 2016 06:15 09:50 Thu 21 Jul 2016 10:50 12:30
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Detail???

Details are in the above post......
2 adults
2 children
7 nights
Self-catering at Levante Lux apts
14th July from Birmingham
Detail???
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Gatwick - Palma - Return Flight £29.00pp Return @ Thomson

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Just having a browse, Thomson have got flights to Palma, Majorca for £29 Per Person leaving on 9th September returning 20th. Just includes carry-on luggage, but still very good price. OUTBOUND
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always London,Manchester il be off
London does have 4 airports (and a few more in Essex and other places they stuck the word "London" in front of :D )


Not after N.I & ScotLond take over the UK, ill laugh at ya all packed into Luton Easyairportnot like economy pax ye are, you made your bedfordshire now ya all need to 'lie' in it ;)


Muh huh huh huh ha ha


​eh ? makes no sense dafty !
great price from a great poster,heat
dewonderful
ashmac
always London,Manchester il be off
London does have 4 airports (and a few more in Essex and other places they stuck the word "London" in front of :D )


Not after N.I & ScotLond take over the UK, ill laugh at ya all packed into Luton Easyairportnot like economy pax ye are, you made your bedfordshire now ya all need to 'lie' in it ;)


Muh huh huh huh ha ha

Edited By: seaniboy on Jun 28, 2016 21:09
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LCY & LHR, I make that two. The rest are taking the **** ala Ryan Air :D
I always think Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and Gatwick when I think London airport, but it's true there are only two airports in London proper.

So whoever was grumbling about the flights always being from London, you can lay the blame on this deal with West Sussex X)
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always London,Manchester il be off
London does have 4 airports (and a few more in Essex and other places they stuck the word "London" in front of :D )
LCY & LHR, I make that two. The rest are taking the **** ala Ryan Air :D
Luton is nowhere near London so I've no idea why sites have it classed as a London airport.
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Bargain return flights from £39.00 @ Thomson

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Some cracking prices from just £39 RETURN at time of posting - both 7 and 14 days returns aval. Some have limited seats so of you want them, be quick! - Dates vary Malaga Costa del Sol (AGP) in Spa…
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Then when you add luggage, bumps it up to another £40 for a return flight. Then you need to factor the cost of a hotel etc. Is it not cheaper to just book a package deal then?

​yes because when you book a package deal you don't have to pay for baggage or a hotel? it's a good price baggage or no baggage why be negative
I am looking at a cost point of view, for myself. If i didn't need luggage, or had one of those flight coat. Then i would say this is great deal. But doing the math. You probabaly end up costing more, than a package holiday. I all I am saying.


​but it's a good deal just because it's not what you're looking for doesn't make it a bad deal no one has ever said the deals on hot uk deals are for everyone they are just good deals. God stop being negative and looking for bad points that do not exist
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Thanks!
Been looking for a last minute holiday with the kids.
2 adults, 2 children EDINBURGH TO IBIZA 6th-13th July, return flights including 2 20kg bags £210 total.
If Scotland have another referendum and pull out of UK, I will apply for Scottish Nationalism or whatever they call it. No exchange rate problems as they would have the Euro and me living in Spain would have my money paid Euro To Euro so no problem
Talking about the exchange rate Have you ever flown Ryanair were 1 Euro Equals £1, so if buying on Ryanair always pay in Euro.
HOT!
Just need some accomodation - any recommendations?
I was going to remind you to add the fine for taking your children off school, but I see Scotland has longer holidays. Hope that makes up a little for having to live in Scotland...
One of the advantages of living in Scotland is that they can have another referendum and then join the EU.
Who said they can? Also you leave, you will have a poor deal from uk. No sterling for sure. As most of the travel companies work in £, you would incur extra cost for currency exchange.
huha?



Some how the quotes seem to have got mixed up, can't be bothered to try to sort them out.
soldierboy001
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ellie27
Thanks!
Been looking for a last minute holiday with the kids.
2 adults, 2 children EDINBURGH TO IBIZA 6th-13th July, return flights including 2 20kg bags £210 total.
If Scotland have another referendum and pull out of UK, I will apply for Scottish Nationalism or whatever they call it. No exchange rate problems as they would have the Euro and me living in Spain would have my money paid Euro To Euro so no problem
Talking about the exchange rate Have you ever flown Ryanair were 1 Euro Equals £1, so if buying on Ryanair always pay in Euro.
HOT!
Just need some accomodation - any recommendations?
I was going to remind you to add the fine for taking your children off school, but I see Scotland has longer holidays. Hope that makes up a little for having to live in Scotland...
One of the advantages of living in Scotland is that they can have another referendum and then join the EU.
Who said they can? Also you leave, you will have a poor deal from uk. No sterling for sure. As most of the travel companies work in £, you would incur extra cost for currency exchange.
huha?
leeparsons
soldierboy001
bigpappa69
ellie27
Thanks!
Been looking for a last minute holiday with the kids.
2 adults, 2 children EDINBURGH TO IBIZA 6th-13th July, return flights including 2 20kg bags £210 total.


If Scotland have another referendum and pull out of UK, I will apply for Scottish Nationalism or whatever they call it. No exchange rate problems as they would have the Euro and me living in Spain would have my money paid Euro To Euro so no problem
Talking about the exchange rate Have you ever flown Ryanair were 1 Euro Equals £1, so if buying on Ryanair always pay in Euro.
HOT!
Just need some accomodation - any recommendations?
I was going to remind you to add the fine for taking your children off school, but I see Scotland has longer holidays. Hope that makes up a little for having to live in Scotland...
One of the advantages of living in Scotland is that they can have another referendum and then join the EU.
Who said they can? Also you leave, you will have a poor deal from uk. No sterling for sure. As most of the travel companies work in £, you would incur extra cost for currency exchange.
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Thanks!
Been looking for a last minute holiday with the kids.
2 adults, 2 children EDINBURGH TO IBIZA 6th-13th July, return flights including 2 20kg bags £210 total.
HOT!
Just need some accomodation - any recommendations?
I was going to remind you to add the fine for taking your children off school, but I see Scotland has longer holidays. Hope that makes up a little for having to live in Scotland...
One of the advantages of living in Scotland is that they can have another referendum and then join the EU.
Who said they can? Also you leave, you will have a poor deal from uk. No sterling for sure. As most of the travel companies work in £, you would incur extra cost for currency exchange.


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Great price on Edinburgh /Sanford on Dreamline @ Thomson £219.00

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Great deal on dreamliner on Thomsons 13-27 July 16 direct Edinburgh-Sanford £219 or £240.00 6-20 July. This doesn;'t include baggage but drinks/meals etc free
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found it thanks!
hi how do I find this when I search holidaY's edinburgh to sanford it comes up nothing. thanks
This doesn;'t include baggage

Shame, or I would have considered taking the wife!

Great price if you can get away.
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From Luton: 2 Wks in Bulgaria (Sunny Beach) 24/06-08/07 based on 2A 2C £110.89pp (£443.56) @ Thomson Holidays

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This is a bargain for 2 weeks in Bulgaria just £110.89pp/£443.56 for a family of 2 adults and 2 children. It's not half term for most so only likely to suit those with small kids, however I'm sure
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Actually a sh*it hole is a compliment. I unfortunately have had the opportunity to get to know the country and its people :( I can see how it might seem all rosie to a tourist that goes there for a week or two and then never has to deal with these people again, but believe me there is no mistake that the Balkans are a very sick place, always had been - no wonder wars and poverty linger on in this region - evil people create this karma to themselves.
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No 1. Bulgaria's a sh**t hole.
No 2. They're a bunch of tw**ts when it comes to Syrian refugees.
My goodness, please explain your judgement on the country - on what exactly do you base your comment that it's ''a sh**t hole'' ?
For example how long did you live there for, and how much of it did you actually see outside of a resort ?

As for your comment on the Syrian refugees - how many refugees have you personally got living in your house at your own expense ?
I live in an area with refugees, and within a day of arriving one of the males made an obscene se*ual gesture to a local lady. Within another few weeks we had more similar problems, attempted shoplifting as well as extreme animosity from local Brits who objected to the refugees being given brand new phones, fully furnished properties etc (all things which local people including taxpayers would have to make do with secondhand if they were in need) ........ and guess what, not one of the males showed any signs of war wounds i.e. they ran away rather than try to defend their country.
If the ancestors of British people had run away during two world wars, there wouldn't be a free society for refugees/cowards to come to.

Back to Bulgaria as a country - if you go away from resorts i.e. away from loud drunken Brits, Germans etc, then it's a wonderful place with many interesting sights, lots of antiquities, and fairly cheap. It's possible to get ripped off, but that's also true in many poorer countries, where tourists can be seen as a source of income short -term, rather than taking the long term view that a happy tourist will return and also tell their friends to visit.
That lack of future thinking has plagued many Bulgarians for years (ask Brits who have properties renovated there, about experiences with local labour).

So, anyone reading this, please don't overlook Bulgaria as a holiday destination just because of ill-informed opinions from people who may not have spent very long in the country, or have travelled very far away from the beaches and organised tours.


​Kamen, it is a sh*it hole, and the people that live there are racist.
I get my information from people that have been to Bulgaria and the BBC.
tarryboy
No 1. Bulgaria's a sh**t hole.
No 2. They're a bunch of tw**ts when it comes to Syrian refugees.
My goodness, please explain your judgement on the country - on what exactly do you base your comment that it's ''a sh**t hole'' ?
For example how long did you live there for, and how much of it did you actually see outside of a resort ?

As for your comment on the Syrian refugees - how many refugees have you personally got living in your house at your own expense ?
I live in an area with refugees, and within a day of arriving one of the males made an obscene se*ual gesture to a local lady. Within another few weeks we had more similar problems, attempted shoplifting as well as extreme animosity from local Brits who objected to the refugees being given brand new phones, fully furnished properties etc (all things which local people including taxpayers would have to make do with secondhand if they were in need) ........ and guess what, not one of the males showed any signs of war wounds i.e. they ran away rather than try to defend their country.
If the ancestors of British people had run away during two world wars, there wouldn't be a free society for refugees/cowards to come to.

Back to Bulgaria as a country - if you go away from resorts i.e. away from loud drunken Brits, Germans etc, then it's a wonderful place with many interesting sights, lots of antiquities, and fairly cheap. It's possible to get ripped off, but that's also true in many poorer countries, where tourists can be seen as a source of income short -term, rather than taking the long term view that a happy tourist will return and also tell their friends to visit.
That lack of future thinking has plagued many Bulgarians for years (ask Brits who have properties renovated there, about experiences with local labour).

So, anyone reading this, please don't overlook Bulgaria as a holiday destination just because of ill-informed opinions from people who may not have spent very long in the country, or have travelled very far away from the beaches and organised tours.
No 1. Bulgaria's a sh**t hole.
No 2. They're a bunch of tw**ts when it comes to Syrian refugees.
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Last minute flights from Glasgow to Majorca with Thomson Airways, various dates and times available. £49.00 return for a direct flight.

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Various dates available, flying from Glasgow Airport to Palma De Mallorca. £49 return. Adding one item of hold luggage is £38(20kg). Some of the times of the flights aren't the best but for tha…
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Nice. the other day I booked two return tickets to ibiza from Gatwick for 49 each, brilliant times aswell
custommade07
Ridiculously good deal, outstanding return prices! Also plenty of flights from Edinburgh to a number of destinations for £49.
Wonder would be boss be happy with me skiving off next week? 8)
Seeing as you were once the Taoiseach, you are well used to skiving off ;)
Ridiculously good deal, outstanding return prices! Also plenty of flights from Edinburgh to a number of destinations for £49.
Wonder would be boss be happy with me skiving off next week? 8)
Thanks for this been planning an escape for a bit might just be the ticket :)
Thomson have quite a few flights from various airports at £49 return.
Worth a look, although Thomson hand luggage allowances aren't great. But, if you can get the time off, some great deals.
I've just been looking myself, but only want 3 or 4 days away and very little for short durations.

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