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thomson holiday from manchester to Calas de Mallorca Majorca all inclusive for 2 £290pp £580.00

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6/6/16 to 14/6/16 from manchester airport Globales Hotel America 3 star 4 out of 5 on trip advisor flight hotel booze and food for about £85 a night for two cant be bad.
oliver231 Avatar14h, 16m agoFound 14 hours, 16 minutes ago3 Comments
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Shocking flight times - flying back at 3am ..
Expect to be kicked out of your room at midday and your wristbands cut off. Then you have to wait until 10pm for the coach to pick you up. You effectively lose a days food and drink ( because when you arrive on your 1st day its after midnight ) .

I would choose to fly on Tue 7th for an extra £42 each. That gets you day flights and a superior room.
Great hotel been there few years ago no1 on trip advisor then ,close to the beach
when?
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thomson holiday from glasgow 6th of june to ibiza - £117pp £234.00

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Apartments Central City 2 star hotel in san antonio 3.5 out of 5 on trip advisor.
oliver231 Avatar22h, 36m agoFound 22 hours, 36 minutes ago8 Comments
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One of the young lads in work has been here and the way he described it, I wouldn't want anyone I know to stay there. I suspect anywhere would be better.
2 Star???? No thanks

2 star so limited facilities. Tripadvisor reviews give 3.5* which isn't too bad. If someone wants a cheap no frills holiday in an acceptable (for some) hotel with a young crowd then it looks good enough. Personally, having looked at the photos on tripadvisor, I wouldn't ever want to mix with the 'classy' clientele at this establishment...
2 Star???? No thanks
factor in a 2 hour diversion while they throw the rowdy passengers off somewhere in the south of france
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Fortnight in Sidari in Corfu for & £173 per person 5/5 TripAdvisor £346.00

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Looking for a cheap 7 night Holliday but clicked on 14 night duration and found this bargain. Flights from London Gatwick
psychdee Avatar2d, 23h agoFound 2 days, 23 hours ago7 Comments
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We go to Sidari every year twice. It is a beautiful place lovely people very friendly. Its up North away from the rave scene down south. This is a bargain
Can't find the dates with the link. Sounds good.
Think this has gone now- but plenty of bargains to be had!
Can't find the dates with the link. Sounds good.
Decent price, if you want a bunch of trampy Brits eating fish and chips in scene from Blackpool.....
well assuming from your user name, has something to do with where you live or born. Then from your own comments, you fit right in. So why are you complaining then?
I've been to Sidari with younger kids, it's lovely
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2 weeks Menorca from Gatwick, 4.5 rated trip advisor hotel £237 pp for 2 adults 4th June @ Thomson £474.00

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Fab price for 2 weeks in well rated hotel in Menorca. Leaving Gatwick 4th June.
kd035050 Avatar3d, 10h agoFound 3 days, 10 hours ago3 Comments
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Would be good if the link took you to the actual holiday page.
I've stayed here, it's amazing, really good price, I've looked at it for the school holidays but very expensive :(
This is getting out of hand now :D
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14 Nights in Orlando "3 Adults + 2 Kids" + Hotel & Flights on 08/06/2016 £1,500.00 or "2 Adults + 3 Kids" £1422.80 from Stansted (or GATWICK! 18/06/2016 £1527.95) or 4 Adults (£1278.24) @ Thomson

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This is just an example but 3 adults and 2 kids for £1500 (2 adults and 3 kids work out £1422.80) £284 each! A discount of £300.00 has been applied to your holiday. The total price is now £1496.30…
Henlans Avatar3d, 11h agoFound 3 days, 11 hours ago31 Comments
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make sure u got the new passports before u travel to America because they will turn u away

if your passport was from 2007+ it will have it.. only 2006 ones dont.


​My friend and her family had them from 2009 and were not accepted
The real problem is for all the teachers who can't take advantage of these holidays during term time... if you want to feel sorry for anyone, feel sorry for the teachers!


... Kidding, obviously...

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Really hot in when seen children school off.
http://www.customprintbanner.com/shop/catalog/images/201408011150-0.jpgWelcome home Mike
Hot - In school holidays
Kids will learn more about culture than being in school
From Mickey Mouse school? hehehehe
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Edinburgh - Ibiza return flights £49.00 per adult £36 per child @ Thomson

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Return flights Edi - Ibiza 15 - 22 June 2016 only £49 per adult or £36 for kids. Only includes hand luggage.
kd035050 Avatar3d, 15h agoFound 3 days, 15 hours ago6 Comments
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Why would you take kids to Ibiza ??


​there are many places on ibiza that are still relatively untouched however accommodation is very expensive as it's where the rich people go
ThunderHD
Why would you take kids to Ibiza ??


No one will suspect the kids. ;)
ThunderHD
Why would you take kids to Ibiza ??


Sex, drugs & rock n roll of course ;-)
Why would you take kids to Ibiza ??
how much for london to Edinburgh ? 8)
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UPDATE!! AS AT 29/05/16 THIS IS STILL AVAILABLE AND IS NOW A FEW POUNDS CHEAPER AT £1,149.00....14 NIGHTS FOR A FAMILY OF 4 IN FLORIDA FOR £1186 INCLUDING FLIGHTS ON THE 787 DREAMLINER AND HOTEL FROM EAST MIDLANDS AIRPORT WITH THOMSON HOLIDAYS

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Update 29/5/16... 06:45hrs....This is still avaialable and is now a few pounds cheaper at £1149. This is mind numbingly cheap. £1800 off the full price which was originally £3000. 2 adults and 2 chil…
garyjwilson1 Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago54 Comments
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Seems like a good deal, but not sure I'd want to step foot on a Dreamliner to be honest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvkEpstd9os

Edited By: radialblur on May 29, 2016 21:42
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With that bloke recently winning that court case about taking his kids out of school, I wouldn't be surprised that these fees will not be forced anymore.


Letter home from daughters school advises that the fine still stands regardless of court case.


​Unless you refuse to pay.. We now have case law!
If I hadn't just posted my son's passport off for renewal I'd be booking this you couldn't get the flights for that price and you can book accommodation cheaply enough if the hotel is not up to scratch.
It's THOMSON NOT THOMPSON!
Iv'e corrected it just for you! lol
good price - we rented a villa - was lovely - swimming pool - invited by neighbours to bbqs - glad we did as we couldnt have gone to parks every day - too tiring - best looking around for discount tix when in restaurants etc - daily ones
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Orlando Flights & Hotel @ Thomson 787 Dreamliner (GLA to SFB) @ Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista from £2,120.00 for Family of 4 in July Scottish Summer Holidays! 2016! Or Flight Only £285 @ Thomson

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Orlando Flights & Hotel @ Thomson 787 Dreamliner (GLA to SFB) @ Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista from £2359 for Family of 4 in July Summer Holidays! 2016! Saving £2000 Half Term Deal with Thomson Tota…
Henlans Avatar4d, 13h agoFound 4 days, 13 hours ago26 Comments
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Just a note to say thanks to OP. Booked mine with Code and quidco (unkown amount? £50)19th July! from Glasgow £2100 (with breakfast and allocated seats) To Rosen Inn

Was not sure then the price dropped while I was on the website and with the code it was a no brainer
Thanks
hot deal if your on the Scottish summer holiday schedule, you dont have kids or do have kids (in england/wales/NI) and can pull them out!
So my total price for my holiday ws

TOTAL PRICE £1294.06

£323.52 per person Includes £1934.94 discount
3 Adults, 1 Child

That also includes breakfast every day :) from gatwick!!

If anyone else has booked and didn't get the £60 per person off..
Omg just called up and said I noticed that the 4 X £60 was not added to booking.. She added it and have me £240 back... Lol
Room Only Included
EXTRAS
Car Hire Free
PRICE BREAKDOWN
Online Discount- £1846.08
Basic Holiday£4254.00
Options & Extras (total)£0.00
Promotional Discount- £240.00
Total Price£2167.92
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Two weeks all inclusive to Bulgaria £252 pp @ Thomson Holidays £504.00

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One for the northerners here . Just booked two weeks all inclusive to hotel polyusi in sunny beach 9th June from Manchester. Holiday with skytours . Reviews for the hotel are mixed but for the price y…
psychobitchfromhell Avatar5d, 15h agoFound 5 days, 15 hours ago48 Comments
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The currency site xe.com are quoting a rate of 2.57 lev to the pound, so you should get around 2.50-2.55 in a city centre bureau, but airports and even resorts fleece you, so get an idea of the current rate before travelling.
Of course, if you're there for a holiday it might not bother you whether you get 2.30 or 2.50, but when living there, changing a hundred quid at a time means perhaps losing 20 lev at the example rates given, and that 20 lev can buy me and my kids some fried fish (tsatsa), chips, burger, and drinks including a few draught beers for me, at a favourite place on Varna beach, so I always use a trusted exchange bureau which gives brilliant rates and no swindling.
If anyone goes and plans on returning flight only, bring a few lev back in case you need them quickly next time, for example flights into Bourgas often arrive around 1am, so we waited with coffee in the airport café until the first bus into the city about 5am, and then a quick breakfast and another bus up to Varna, all of which we paid for with money from the previous trip until we could get to a good change bureau.
Sorry to go on at length, but I love the country very much, and would prefer everyone to have a decent fun holiday, as it's also easy to get cheated or robbed out there if you're not alert, and know how to spot the particular minority group who are incredibly brilliant pickpockets - they're specially trained and usually the lighter skinned ones are chosen so as to blend in with tourists, but once you get used to it then it's easy to be safe.
Why wouldn't you just change your currency in the UK BEFORE you travel, there are so many cheap places now and often the cheapest are the most reputable like M&S. Frankly if you are needing to change money at the other end you are often better off just eating the transaction fee on your credit card(or getting a card with small to no fees).
My in laws have a place near Bansko in Bulgaria. When we go out there I use my Halifax Clarity, but you are better off taking pounds sterling (in crisp £10 or £20 notes) and using a Bureau de Change or Bank out there to change money. The same in Thailand - you get a better rate than you would in the UK or using the Visa/Mastercard interchange rate
If you are getting a better rate on your cash than an exchange in your country of origin then there is something dodgy going on. From what you said you are likely exchanging money from somewhere that's got some suspect connections and using it to launder dirty local currency into clean foreign currency. There are places in lots of countries that will give you better rates than what the going international exchange rate is, however you ABSOLUTELY should never ever use them.
Nope... im talking about using a main high street bank in Bulgaria or Thailand or many other countries. I work for a large UK Bank. Simply put... there are higher costs involved in the UK money changing services holding multiple foreign currencies and supplying them than a local bank giving yiu local currency.
The currency site xe.com are quoting a rate of 2.57 lev to the pound, so you should get around 2.50-2.55 in a city centre bureau, but airports and even resorts fleece you, so get an idea of the current rate before travelling.
Of course, if you're there for a holiday it might not bother you whether you get 2.30 or 2.50, but when living there, changing a hundred quid at a time means perhaps losing 20 lev at the example rates given, and that 20 lev can buy me and my kids some fried fish (tsatsa), chips, burger, and drinks including a few draught beers for me, at a favourite place on Varna beach, so I always use a trusted exchange bureau which gives brilliant rates and no swindling.
If anyone goes and plans on returning flight only, bring a few lev back in case you need them quickly next time, for example flights into Bourgas often arrive around 1am, so we waited with coffee in the airport café until the first bus into the city about 5am, and then a quick breakfast and another bus up to Varna, all of which we paid for with money from the previous trip until we could get to a good change bureau.
Sorry to go on at length, but I love the country very much, and would prefer everyone to have a decent fun holiday, as it's also easy to get cheated or robbed out there if you're not alert, and know how to spot the particular minority group who are incredibly brilliant pickpockets - they're specially trained and usually the lighter skinned ones are chosen so as to blend in with tourists, but once you get used to it then it's easy to be safe.
Why wouldn't you just change your currency in the UK BEFORE you travel, there are so many cheap places now and often the cheapest are the most reputable like M&S. Frankly if you are needing to change money at the other end you are often better off just eating the transaction fee on your credit card(or getting a card with small to no fees).
My in laws have a place near Bansko in Bulgaria. When we go out there I use my Halifax Clarity, but you are better off taking pounds sterling (in crisp £10 or £20 notes) and using a Bureau de Change or Bank out there to change money. The same in Thailand - you get a better rate than you would in the UK or using the Visa/Mastercard interchange rate
If you are getting a better rate on your cash than an exchange in your country of origin then there is something dodgy going on. From what you said you are likely exchanging money from somewhere that's got some suspect connections and using it to launder dirty local currency into clean foreign currency. There are places in lots of countries that will give you better rates than what the going international exchange rate is, however you ABSOLUTELY should never ever use them.
The currency site xe.com are quoting a rate of 2.57 lev to the pound, so you should get around 2.50-2.55 in a city centre bureau, but airports and even resorts fleece you, so get an idea of the current rate before travelling.
Of course, if you're there for a holiday it might not bother you whether you get 2.30 or 2.50, but when living there, changing a hundred quid at a time means perhaps losing 20 lev at the example rates given, and that 20 lev can buy me and my kids some fried fish (tsatsa), chips, burger, and drinks including a few draught beers for me, at a favourite place on Varna beach, so I always use a trusted exchange bureau which gives brilliant rates and no swindling.
If anyone goes and plans on returning flight only, bring a few lev back in case you need them quickly next time, for example flights into Bourgas often arrive around 1am, so we waited with coffee in the airport café until the first bus into the city about 5am, and then a quick breakfast and another bus up to Varna, all of which we paid for with money from the previous trip until we could get to a good change bureau.
Sorry to go on at length, but I love the country very much, and would prefer everyone to have a decent fun holiday, as it's also easy to get cheated or robbed out there if you're not alert, and know how to spot the particular minority group who are incredibly brilliant pickpockets - they're specially trained and usually the lighter skinned ones are chosen so as to blend in with tourists, but once you get used to it then it's easy to be safe.
Why wouldn't you just change your currency in the UK BEFORE you travel, there are so many cheap places now and often the cheapest are the most reputable like M&S. Frankly if you are needing to change money at the other end you are often better off just eating the transaction fee on your credit card(or getting a card with small to no fees).
My in laws have a place near Bansko in Bulgaria. When we go out there I use my Halifax Clarity, but you are better off taking pounds sterling (in crisp £10 or £20 notes) and using a Bureau de Change or Bank out there to change money. The same in Thailand - you get a better rate than you would in the UK or using the Visa/Mastercard interchange rate
If you are getting a better rate on your cash than an exchange in your country of origin then there is something dodgy going on. From what you said you are likely exchanging money from somewhere that's got some suspect connections and using it to launder dirty local currency into clean foreign currency. There are places in lots of countries that will give you better rates than what the going international exchange rate is, however you ABSOLUTELY should never ever use them.
if you dont work in retail or investment banking or work in a compliance related anti money laundering roll, then keep you trap shut as you full of BS pal!
Why would I need to work in retail or investment banking to know anything about basic stuff like that, it's common advice to all business travellers these days and it's gotten to the point where we plain out get told not to exchange money locally on a lot of trips, I've even gotten cash advances to help prevent it.

Money laundering is a major problem across the EU and across the whole world and it's something that's getting a lot of attention. You don't get something for nothing and overheads on cash exchange for large operators is next to nothing so if you are getting a better deal it should automatically raise suspicions because the only added value is the clean cash value. If you don't want the risk of contributing to that you do it here in the UK from somewhere reputable(like M&S for example) if you don't care do what you like. It's also worth considering that it's also better to support UK businesses rather than foreign ones.
The currency site xe.com are quoting a rate of 2.57 lev to the pound, so you should get around 2.50-2.55 in a city centre bureau, but airports and even resorts fleece you, so get an idea of the current rate before travelling.
Of course, if you're there for a holiday it might not bother you whether you get 2.30 or 2.50, but when living there, changing a hundred quid at a time means perhaps losing 20 lev at the example rates given, and that 20 lev can buy me and my kids some fried fish (tsatsa), chips, burger, and drinks including a few draught beers for me, at a favourite place on Varna beach, so I always use a trusted exchange bureau which gives brilliant rates and no swindling.
If anyone goes and plans on returning flight only, bring a few lev back in case you need them quickly next time, for example flights into Bourgas often arrive around 1am, so we waited with coffee in the airport café until the first bus into the city about 5am, and then a quick breakfast and another bus up to Varna, all of which we paid for with money from the previous trip until we could get to a good change bureau.
Sorry to go on at length, but I love the country very much, and would prefer everyone to have a decent fun holiday, as it's also easy to get cheated or robbed out there if you're not alert, and know how to spot the particular minority group who are incredibly brilliant pickpockets - they're specially trained and usually the lighter skinned ones are chosen so as to blend in with tourists, but once you get used to it then it's easy to be safe.
Why wouldn't you just change your currency in the UK BEFORE you travel, there are so many cheap places now and often the cheapest are the most reputable like M&S. Frankly if you are needing to change money at the other end you are often better off just eating the transaction fee on your credit card(or getting a card with small to no fees).
My in laws have a place near Bansko in Bulgaria. When we go out there I use my Halifax Clarity, but you are better off taking pounds sterling (in crisp £10 or £20 notes) and using a Bureau de Change or Bank out there to change money. The same in Thailand - you get a better rate than you would in the UK or using the Visa/Mastercard interchange rate
If you are getting a better rate on your cash than an exchange in your country of origin then there is something dodgy going on. From what you said you are likely exchanging money from somewhere that's got some suspect connections and using it to launder dirty local currency into clean foreign currency. There are places in lots of countries that will give you better rates than what the going international exchange rate is, however you ABSOLUTELY should never ever use them.

if you dont work in retail or investment banking or work in a compliance related anti money laundering roll, then keep you trap shut as you full of BS pal!
some of the comments on this thread are from mindless fools who dont have a clue about Bulgaria! thats coming from someone who has been going to sunny beach for the past 10 year with my family/friends! yeah its not everybodys cup of tea, and yes (like any other summer holiday beach resort) you get big group of idiots on the lash all day in the central beach areas!

stay clear of these fools (sunny beach is 8km in size) or stay around ravla/nesebar/obzor if you want a quieter resort!
i have never been threatened, mugged/robbed in 10 years and know alot of great local Bulgarians who work hard for 6 months solid to make sure you have a fab holiday!

ref the leva discussion- i use the local exchange CROWN Exchange booth ( big blue crown on top ) and there are loads everywhere you go in sunny beach and you get better rates here than in the UK


Edited By: mickgoodie on May 27, 2016 14:56
noooo stay away
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7 nights £109pp (based on two people) Includes Flights, Bed & Breakfast, Twin Balcony & Transfers staying at the Roquetas de Mar, Costa De Almeria, Spain @ Thomson Holidays £218.00

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Nice and cheap at £109pp -Can add half board for around £35pp extra if you wanted, even 14 nights is approx another £50pp A beachfront location and a huge pool make for a winning combination at the
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All gone! – it's sold out.
True; "All gone! Sorry, the holiday you're looking for must be really popular – it's sold out." Maybe other dates...?
All gone! – it's sold out.
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what more a waterpark in the pipelines... so its a building site?

Hi Fellow Travellers
Just back from a 11 day stay at the Playasol Spa in the heart of Playa Serena
We chose Roquetas De Mar to relax and sample the Spainish way of life.
The hotel was a great base to do just that, walking distance to all the restaurants and bars plus the beach and promenade.
My review of hotel will be a honest opinion in my eyes
We got dropped off on the main road told to walk a short distance down a road as there is no access for the coach to turn round at reception no problem to us maybe a shock to somebody else.
Check in was quick and pleasant
Our room was on seventh floor the room was clean and tidy
All the staff were pleasant spoke to you everytime your paths crossed
We stayed B&B breakfast as everything we want for a breakfast eg bacon,eggs,cereal,toast
As it was early may hotel busy with lots of spainish pensioners
Pool area clean and tidy
The hotel was in the process of get ready for the high season with building work of the water park under way wasn't a problem to us
We didn't use the Spa but the Spa always appeared busy
Overall a great hotel everything you want for a enjoyable holiday

Stayed May 2016, travelled as a couple

Only building is on the waterr park, rest is fine, going as a couple, wouldn't bother me in the slightest.

Beach nearby and restaurants, pool, spa etc can be used.

Thanks

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what more a waterpark in the pipelines... so its a building site?
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Flights to Aruba from Manchester or London just £169.00 return @ Thomson

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Absolute bargain! Doesn't include luggage May dates returning June, various durations. I would snap this up if I wasn't going to Iceland in nxt week!
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Don't forget the Heinz pasta sauce at 25p when you're in Iceland. Thanks for the heads up about flights. Always wanted to try Aruba
Does anyone know if they still do the rumba in Aruba,local history tour shows thats how it got its name
Bobby Farrell didn't really sing any vocals on any Boney M songs. The male voice was that of the producer.
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Orlando Flights & Hotel @ Thomson 787 Dreamliner (LGW to SFB) @ Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista from £1,310.00 for Family of 4 in June 2016! or London Stansted £1127 08/06/2016

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Thomson (LGW to SFB) @ Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista from £1310 for Family of 4 in June! There is a flight post, so I thought I would post the holiday ones. basied on 2 adults and 2 kids, this way you…
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If your family of 5 will be £1340 with Florida coupon code. Massive saving and 2 rooms
Henlans
18th June £300 each now


Sorry £286 each
18th June £300 each now
Super hot. £1127 for our family of 4 from Stansted, including car hire
Dont use the carhire.. your pay £400 for the insurance.. use alamo brits.. we paid £282 with a RAV4
I went last month Paid about £75 for annual car hire insurance to avoid the on cost of local insurance. You will also pay $70 for local taxes and $60 for a tank of petrol if you want to return it empty (it only costs about $40 to fill up if you would rather return it full).
can't work out why it goes up £500 for the week after which is the only week I can go :( I will wait it out in the hope it drops and if not just go to somewhere in Europe all inclusive
Did you try another airport?
Yes all England ones :-(
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man [or ldn] > aruba £169 return + hotel £460 = £399 pp for 2 wks ;-) thomson £798.00

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2 weeks for 2 people in caribbean for £798 total man > aruba £169 return 23.5.16 man > aruba £169 return 30.5.16 ldn > aruba £169 return 24.5.16 ldn > aruba £169 return 31.5.16 via thomson [probabl…
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no , its 2 weeks on ANY of the noted 4 dates or 2 departuring airports .
choose any hotel in aruba from £460 up , i used trivago site for comparison as mentioned in post . you can use any comparison site . search aruba and have a blast !
that's only 1 week by my maths? oO
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Hey OP, thanks for posting, all links the the hotel please?
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Return flights - London to Orlando £133.00pp (based on family 4) £169pp (based on 2 adults) / East midlands to Orlando £199pp - 14 nights @ Thomson

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Having a nosey again at holidays! Spotted that there are some corking prices right now for London to Orlando and East Midlands to Orlando. I'd shift fast if you want them though! UPDATE - 2 adults an…
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This is so boring.
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Is there anything for July. Would have gone for this if it wasn't in Ramadan.
what difference does it make??
Well it'll be on a different date for starters...
you are very clever
it makes difference for a small minority of people
You asked what difference does it make. I told you, the difference is that he gets a different date.
To whom it makes a difference is irrelevant, as that's not what you asked
​he doesn't have to..thats his choice
He's choice what date he wants to book? Of course, I agree. Which makes me wonder why you even asked him "what difference does it make??" when obviously the difference is the date (which is what he was asking for)
he made a choice depending on his religion that is important for only a minority of people.
the deal is not based on your religion.
Nobody said the deal is based on your religion. Where are you getting that from?
He asked if there are other dates available. Simple as. He's not forcing everyone to chose a date that's suitable for HIM? He's asking if there's a different date. Why does his choice of date for flying out affect you in anyway?
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He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?
"He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?"
What the hell does that even mean? Do you realise what you're saying makes no sense? The guy asked if other dates were available, you asked him what difference does it make, to which I told you the obvious difference would be a different date (which is what he asked for availability) and you started going on about it only affecting a minority of people. Well of course it only affects a minority of people, it only affects HIM, 1 individual amongst thousands in this site, doesn't mean he can't ask if other dates are available does it?
i think overcomplicate the whole thing
the guy said he cant go as its ramadan
and then i asked what difference does that make as airline companies normally doesnt care about your religion
thet wanna sell tickets and they never ask about my religion..its my personal choice

You're being disengenious here. He didn't just say "he cant go as its ramadan". He said "Is there anything for July. Would have gone for this if it wasn't in Ramadan." ergo asking for a different date, to which you replied "what difference does it make".

Of course the airline doesn't care about his religion. That's not what he's asking. He's not telling the airline not to fly out on those dates. He states, and I repeat "Is there anything for July. Would have gone for this if it wasn't in Ramadan.", i.e. asking for other dates
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Is there anything for July. Would have gone for this if it wasn't in Ramadan.
what difference does it make??
Well it'll be on a different date for starters...
you are very clever
it makes difference for a small minority of people
You asked what difference does it make. I told you, the difference is that he gets a different date.
To whom it makes a difference is irrelevant, as that's not what you asked
​he doesn't have to..thats his choice
He's choice what date he wants to book? Of course, I agree. Which makes me wonder why you even asked him "what difference does it make??" when obviously the difference is the date (which is what he was asking for)
he made a choice depending on his religion that is important for only a minority of people.
the deal is not based on your religion.
Nobody said the deal is based on your religion. Where are you getting that from?
He asked if there are other dates available. Simple as. He's not forcing everyone to chose a date that's suitable for HIM? He's asking if there's a different date. Why does his choice of date for flying out affect you in anyway?
e
He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?
"He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?"
What the hell does that even mean? Do you realise what you're saying makes no sense? The guy asked if other dates were available, you asked him what difference does it make, to which I told you the obvious difference would be a different date (which is what he asked for availability) and you started going on about it only affecting a minority of people. Well of course it only affects a minority of people, it only affects HIM, 1 individual amongst thousands in this site, doesn't mean he can't ask if other dates are available does it?
i think overcomplicate the whole thing
the guy said he cant go as its ramadan
and then i asked what difference does that make as airline companies normally doesnt care about your religion
thet wanna sell tickets and they never ask about my religion..its my personal choice
Al18
Al18
andreasuk
dreamz
Is there anything for July. Would have gone for this if it wasn't in Ramadan.
what difference does it make??
Well it'll be on a different date for starters...
you are very clever
it makes difference for a small minority of people
You asked what difference does it make. I told you, the difference is that he gets a different date.
To whom it makes a difference is irrelevant, as that's not what you asked
​he doesn't have to..thats his choice
He's choice what date he wants to book? Of course, I agree. Which makes me wonder why you even asked him "what difference does it make??" when obviously the difference is the date (which is what he was asking for)
he made a choice depending on his religion that is important for only a minority of people.
the deal is not based on your religion.
Nobody said the deal is based on your religion. Where are you getting that from?
He asked if there are other dates available. Simple as. He's not forcing everyone to chose a date that's suitable for HIM? He's asking if there's a different date. Why does his choice of date for flying out affect you in anyway?
e
He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?

"He wasnt. The other guy was and i asked him not this guy.
Why do u ask about my intentions?"

What the hell does that even mean? Do you realise what you're saying makes no sense? The guy asked if other dates were available, you asked him what difference does it make, to which I told you the obvious difference would be a different date (which is what he asked for availability) and you started going on about it only affecting a minority of people. Well of course it only affects a minority of people, it only affects HIM, 1 individual amongst thousands in this site, doesn't mean he can't ask if other dates are available does it?
great deal if you can head out before the kids break up for summer.
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London to Orlando £219.00 return 14 nights Thomson

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Found this deal on flight from London Stansted to Orlando on the Dreamliner through Thomson. Depart Wednesday 8th June, return Wednesday 22nd June.
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Better go now b4 Trump comes to power. 8)
They let Ronald Reagan a film actor become president of America, so I can see it happening with Trump. Trump is still an idiot even though he's worth $4.5 billion, you could argue to amass that fortune he couldn't possibly be an idiot, well you're wrong, he definitely is a complete tool. He's amassed a following which has gone from cult to mainstream because he expresses extreme opinion. There can be no good to come from him becoming president, none at all.
agree - many overlook that Trump is an extremist himself because of his views, according to the definition of an extremist.
Trump is great as people realise he is not like the normal politician who says what they are supposed to say as it is politically correct.
Hot deal for a cheap flight.
Agreed, the media here is very biased against him here and cherry picks and twists the most controversial things he says. Most of things he says are very good having seen many of his rallies. A lot of his policy aligns with Bernie Sanders and he'll certainly be less corrupt than Clinton. America will be better to go to next year than this year after he's President, but still a cheap flight.
bias?? oO
lol
Yes, biased. It means showing only the negatives and none of the positives, in this example ;) ... lol

:/
rootbeer
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Better go now b4 Trump comes to power. 8)
They let Ronald Reagan a film actor become president of America, so I can see it happening with Trump. Trump is still an idiot even though he's worth $4.5 billion, you could argue to amass that fortune he couldn't possibly be an idiot, well you're wrong, he definitely is a complete tool. He's amassed a following which has gone from cult to mainstream because he expresses extreme opinion. There can be no good to come from him becoming president, none at all.
agree - many overlook that Trump is an extremist himself because of his views, according to the definition of an extremist.
Trump is great as people realise he is not like the normal politician who says what they are supposed to say as it is politically correct.
Hot deal for a cheap flight.
Agreed, the media here is very biased against him here and cherry picks and twists the most controversial things he says. Most of things he says are very good having seen many of his rallies. A lot of his policy aligns with Bernie Sanders and he'll certainly be less corrupt than Clinton. America will be better to go to next year than this year after he's President, but still a cheap flight.

bias?? oO

lol

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Focusrs
I will tell you one that you want to try! Be a stupid as airlines because they want to squeeze more money from you. Just book and I will guarantee that they will sort it out for you! My disabled daughter was at the back of the plane and me up front with my other daughter and wife midway? When my daughter started nipping another passenger at the back and I needed assistance to use the toilet they soon jiggled seating arrangement I can tell you! Absolutely ridiculous!!!if they ask you why you are taking the **** tell them they started it!!! JOKERS!!!

You sound lovely.
I will tell you one that you want to try! Be a stupid as airlines because they want to squeeze more money from you. Just book and I will guarantee that they will sort it out for you! My disabled daughter was at the back of the plane and me up front with my other daughter and wife midway? When my daughter started nipping another passenger at the back and I needed assistance to use the toilet they soon jiggled seating arrangement I can tell you! Absolutely ridiculous!!!if they ask you why you are taking the **** tell them they started it!!! JOKERS!!!
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and £80 to reserve your seats, so you are all sat together
Honest question ... Has anyone ever had a problem with unallocated for a family. We fly may be 3 or 4 times a year and always get to sit together without paying which ever airline we choose

It's fair enough taking the chance, but it annoys me when "helpful" stewards on flights ask people to switch around seats to try and get families together. I know it sounds mean spirited, and this isn't meant as an insult or aimed at you personally because I obviously don't know anything about you, but it's not on making people feel guilty to switch just because people are taking the chance to save money by not booking. When we were travelling back from Tenerife the year before last, on Thomson, a stewardess asked if we minded swapping seats because they were trying to seat a family together. She was polite enough, and I was polite when saying no. Especially as we'd paid for the extra leg room seats we were in and it would've meant sitting separately. The elderly retired couple in front of us (also extra leg room seats) heard the conversation and they swapped. The stewardess hadn't asked them at first. Anyway, we got the whole snippy overly loud comments from the family taking the seats so we could hear, but I felt in the right (even if it did make us both feel bad being put on the spot like that). As I see it, if people want to sit together, book seats together. If you want to try and save money and end up separate then it's bad luck, it shouldn't be down to other people to move.
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2 weeks in Tenerife May 2017 (2ad, 2ch) from Edinburgh or Glasgow £794.00 @ Thomson

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RETURN FLIGHTS FROM EDINBURGH or GLASGOW Leave Tue 16 May 2017 Return Tue 30 May 2017 Staying in Globales Tamaimo Tropical Hotel, Puerto de Santiago, Tenerife on a SC basis. 1 bedroom apartment 3 s…
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Fine if you have kids under school age as it is during school term.
We were there for a week during the Easter holidays last year, paid £680 for the 4 of us. Nice place, nice big walk through to Los Gigantes too.
There's no fine in Scotland for taking kids out during term time. I imagine most people interested in this deal would live in Scotland so its unlikely to be an issue
Haha, you misread me there.... I meant its a 'fine' deal, not you would get a fine!! I am in Glasgow and would take my kids out of school during term time, not sure if I would do a full 2 weeks though...

No misreading :) It was the bit about term time, I know a lot of English schools fine parents for doing that. We took our 2 (then 5&7) to Tenerife for 2 weeks in September last year - they never missed anything that they couldn't catch up on in school although its not something I'll do once in high school.
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ellie27
Fine if you have kids under school age as it is during school term.
We were there for a week during the Easter holidays last year, paid £680 for the 4 of us. Nice place, nice big walk through to Los Gigantes too.
There's no fine in Scotland for taking kids out during term time. I imagine most people interested in this deal would live in Scotland so its unlikely to be an issue

Haha, you misread me there.... I meant its a 'fine' deal, not you would get a fine!! I am in Glasgow and would take my kids out of school during term time, not sure if I would do a full 2 weeks though...
ellie27
Fine if you have kids under school age as it is during school term.
We were there for a week during the Easter holidays last year, paid £680 for the 4 of us. Nice place, nice big walk through to Los Gigantes too.

There's no fine in Scotland for taking kids out during term time. I imagine most people interested in this deal would live in Scotland so its unlikely to be an issue
Fine if you have kids under school age as it is during school term.

We were there for a week during the Easter holidays last year, paid £680 for the 4 of us. Nice place, nice big walk through to Los Gigantes too.
Beautiful island, worth every penny!
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MANCHESTER - ORLANDO HOLIDAY for 4 just £1,368.00 with Thomson

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Stay at the 3* CLARION INN LAKE BUENA VISTA from 10th June for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children. Flying on the Dreamliner and includes free car hire.
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The free car hire is very misleading, you will need comp insurance so expect to pay an additional £250ish on top.
Yes they offer car hire and sting most tourists for the insurance. You can be a policy that covers you for much cheaper or just reject insurance and pay taxes and charges which will be about £80 (this is what I do)
coolcraig999
this has been this price for a while throughout april -may
i was looking at it and the flight is great as you get baggage included for each person
but reviews on the hotel aint great and looks a bit scruffy, but you can mix the flight with other hotels, but was still looking at over 6 grand with park tickets and food and spends easy..if i was going to pay this i would choose a better hotel
then airport transfers £250 , car insurance another £500 and adding seats so you will be sat together on flight another £90
it then seems not such a good deal..





​We have stayed in this hotel in all of our 7 trips since 2008 & love it!
It's in a great location for getting straight on the i4 to the parksv(or take the free shuttle buses to all parks as well as a local outlet) & has plenty of place to eat within walking distance.
Rooms are good basic clean rooms with 2 double beds & free WiFi.
We booked it solely on the bargain price the first year but went back because it was a bargain all around. Even when we got married over there our relatives stayed ina hotel triple the price & found ours far better than theirs.

But at the end of the day all you need is a bed as you should be out enjoying every hour you can in Orlando!
The free car hire is very misleading, you will need comp insurance so expect to pay an additional £250ish on top.
dont think so mate..why would they miss a chance to rip off a hard working family and charge them double :(
coolcraig999
this has been this price for a while throughout april -may

Presumably these prices didn't apply over the Easter school holiday period.

We are planning to go (with another family) Easter 2018 - which by our reckoning would be Mar 29th - April 13th and can't believe the prices would be this low then.


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Return flights from Florida - Orlando in June. Cheapest dates 9th - 23rd of June only £219. Does not include luggage but can be added on. First time posting
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First time posting? What about your other three deals? Lol.


As you can see they were in 2014. I totally forgot about this account and thought I had made a new one. Tried to edit it however as I don't know much about it I couldn't. Don't really see what difference it makes though
First time posting? What about your other three deals? Lol.
£254 per person from Birmingham for same dates as OP. I'd snatch that up if I could get my daughter her first passport by then lol

Edited By: radiocaf on May 16, 2016 20:19
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The pound is so weak to the dollar currently I can't see myself visiting the states again until it improves. Last time I went it was over $2 to the £ and it was like being Richie Rich out there :{

2007 last time pound hit 2 dollars.


​Precisely, plenty of other places to visit in the meantime. It'll come down again.

Americas little brother had a very good exchange rate last year which we took advantage of...
9 hours direct flight for this money is steal.You can afford to pay another 60 bucks for luggage if you really need it.Hot!!
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How is this possible at £17 per night? Apoligies trying to update link as its 30th may in bulgaria. Hotel Polyusi Rating: 3 in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria Hotel Polyusi Central lo…
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Great price but only 3/5 at tripadvisor...
Can't get no where near this price
10p more expensive for 2 adults vs. 1 adult.

No excuse for that.
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Hi bidcorp
Do you have any more details eg dates, flights, destination, departure, hotel name, number of people etc?
Also, do you have a link?
Thanks
Presumably this. http://www.thomson.co.uk/destinations/packages?airports[]=LGW&units[]=030771:HOTEL&when=30-05-2016&noOfAdults=2&noOfChildren=0&childrenAge=&noOfSeniors=0&duration=1413&searchType=search&searchRequestType=ins&sp=true&multiSelect=true&boardBasisCode=AI&brandType=T (copy and paste the link, HUKD breaks it by making it affiliate link)

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From London: Two week party holiday to Corfu, Kavos, 4 adults/2 bedroom apartment £89.10pp with luggage, transfers @ Thomson £356.40

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For 4 adults after a party holiday, this is near the bars and clubs of Kavos, staying at the ODYSSEUS hotel in a two bedroom apartment (there are other hotels but they are one bedroom apartments so th…
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Yep don't expect much sleep if you're in the clubbing area of kavos, not recommended for children. Same music are played over and over from different clubs, reps hassle u to go into their club.

Better to stay at a hotel away from central clubbing area then go in for the clubbing scene. My friend and I hire a car so we could travel to other areas of the island, got bored of the same music over n over.
'young un's'....... Bloody autocorrect
Kavos..... Went there the first time with an ex gf, following year went with a friend ;) Great memories, lots of laughs..... But now I'm in my 40s I would hate to go there lol! Great for the young 'unsure! *puts slippers on and smokes pipe by the fire*.
I think I stayed at that hotel 20 years ago, got dysentary from eating a burger there. Happy days!
simes
Only young people could cope with those terrible flight times

Going out is fine have to be at the airport about 7pm, landing about midnight UK time