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Still looking for a summer holiday? It might be worth checking out the Thomsons Holidays Weekend Summer Sale, where you can get upto an extra 10% Off holidays in July & August!

I've attached a few discount codes that you'll hopefully be able to use along with this offer for maximum discount! Hurry though,offer ends midnight Monday.
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[mod]#1
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#2
Love it when people do this :D Just booking a holiday now as it goes! voted hot, and many thanks from me
#3
Ive been looking for a holiday this past week and i must say thomson are bar far the most expensive company out there...so unless you were going to book with them anyway then the discount isnt really worthwhile.
#4
Yes.. Thomson's august prices are very expensive at the moment.
Mytravel and especially Firstchoice and xl.com are much cheaper if booking now..

But prices are expensive and don't seem to be dropping , probably because of high demand with the awful weather we are having in the UK.

I am now looking to stay in the UK, as i am not paying the current £320+ per person for a week in the med in August ( paid £250 p/p for the same week last year in a well reviewed Sol hotel with half board)..

By the way, Thomson's lowest price holiday to Spain for the departure date i want ( Aug 11th) is £421... Much more expensive than their rival tour operators.
#5
Yeah...i agree. I feel this Thomson 'sale' is just what the prices would normally be reduced to but its just a careful marketing strategy......can see it falling on deaf ears as i checked quickly and couldnt believe their prices
suspended#6
looking for a chepie escape for 2... below 200 each (of poss) ...somewhere warm-hot ...any ideas?
#7
agreed bout the prices, dont forget what with the [email protected] weather here and it being the kids hols also, i tried [url]www.travelrepublic.co.uk[/url] and booked it as seperates and saved £300 for the pair of us compared to thomson, still voted hot though:)
#8
Got my holiday last year from Orchid Travel, 1 week in a 5* half board in Tenerife, £450 per person, absolute luxury. Same holiday through Thomsons £850 pp!

Go via teletext, and check out the hotels on tripadvisor before you decide. You'll save £100s!
#9
Anyone managed to get the £100 vouchers to work? I noticed one of them only applies to phone in only.

If quoting an online price (which already gets deducted £100) will a further £100 come off?
#10
Spykey
looking for a chepie escape for 2... below 200 each (of poss) ...somewhere warm-hot ...any ideas?

We're going to Majorca for a week during the high season (21st to 29th of July - 1st week of school holiday). I gave up with the holiday providers (the likes of Thomson, MyTravel,...etc) they're so expensive; so I booked everything separate - here are the details if that helps (for two adults, two children and one infant):

1. Return flight with flyMonarch from Luton to Palma £385 for everyone.

2. Accomodation for 7 nights for £407.04, details below:
1 room near Palma airport for £36 (www.hotelopia.com).
1 bed flat in Cala D'or for two nights for £112 (www.hotelopia.com)
1 bed flat in Sa Coma for two nights for £100 (www.find-rooms.com)
1 bed flat in Magalluf for two nights for £159.04 (www.hotels.com)

3. Car hire from http://www.economycarhire.com/) £134 for 8 days (I can only drive Automatic cars on my license, you can get a car for half that if you can drive/prefer a manual car).

Total cost: £926.04; £903.24 after QuidCo (£180.648 per person).

Thomson wanted £584 per person, even the infant!. Also, there is eight featured locations in Majorca in the Thomsons catalogue. A holiday with Thomson will only take you to ONE of them but we're going to visit seven of these beautiful beaches (well, that's the plan anyway!). The Thomson price doesn't include a car hire either.

And the good news is, it's not too late to book - flyMonarch still have places and I booked the hotels only a couple of days ago and there were plenty of vacancies (maybe because we were going for flats rather than rooms, which are not much more expensive anyway). Also, if only two adults are going you'll have a much wider variety of rooms (and cheaper of course).

I always started my search at http://www.travelsupermarket.com then went to the sites I want to book with via QuidCo (except hotels.com and EconomyCarHire, they're not with QuidCo but they're cheaper than all the others). I got £22.80 back via QuidCo which reduces the cost even further ;-)

And if you need travel insurance, I got an annual policy worldwide for the whole family for £58 (and £8.85 QuidCo too) from http://www.travelinsuranceweb.com/

And I got some Euros from Edgware road in London, the best exchange rate as far as I'm aware.
#11
Anyone got any feed back from booking a holiday with XL. Getting a better price with them than other operators but dont know anyone who has booked a package with them. Thanks
#12
refaey
We're going to Majorca for a week during the high season (21st to 29th of July - 1st week of school holiday). I gave up with the holiday providers (the likes of Thomson, MyTravel,...etc) they're so expensive; so I booked everything separate - here are the details if that helps (for two adults, two children and one infant):

1. Return flight with flyMonarch from Luton to Palma £385 for everyone.

2. Accomodation for 7 nights for £407.04, details below:
1 room near Palma airport for £36 (www.hotelopia.com).
1 bed flat in Cala D'or for two nights for £112 (www.hotelopia.com)
1 bed flat in Sa Coma for two nights for £100 (www.find-rooms.com)
1 bed flat in Magalluf for two nights for £159.04 (www.hotels.com)

3. Car hire from http://www.economycarhire.com/) £134 for 8 days (I can only drive Automatic cars on my license, you can get a car for half that if you can drive/prefer a manual car).

Total cost: £926.04; £903.24 after QuidCo (£180.648 per person).

Thomson wanted £584 per person, even the infant!. Also, there is eight featured locations in Majorca in the Thomsons catalogue. A holiday with Thomson will only take you to ONE of them but we're going to visit seven of these beautiful beaches (well, that's the plan anyway!). The Thomson price doesn't include a car hire either.

And the good news is, it's not too late to book - flyMonarch still have places and I booked the hotels only a couple of days ago and there were plenty of vacancies (maybe because we were going for flats rather than rooms, which are not much more expensive anyway). Also, if only two adults are going you'll have a much wider variety of rooms (and cheaper of course).

I always started my search at http://www.travelsupermarket.com then went to the sites I want to book with via QuidCo (except hotels.com and EconomyCarHire, they're not with QuidCo but they're cheaper than all the others). I got £22.80 back via QuidCo which reduces the cost even further ;-)

And if you need travel insurance, I got an annual policy worldwide for the whole family for £58 (and £8.85 QuidCo too) from http://www.travelinsuranceweb.com/

And I got some Euros from Edgware road in London, the best exchange rate as far as I'm aware.


Just to let you guys know, we came back from Majorca yesterday. It was a FANTASTIC holiday. Here is some feedback that will hopefully help someone:

Best accomodation was in Cala D'or in a place called "Es Ravells". An air-coditioned flat for £50/night, swimming pool, reasonably-priced restaurant, and entertainment for kids (8:30pm till about 9:30pm) then live music till late - all in one place and the beach is only 50 metres away.

Best beaches were in 'Sa Coma' and 'Santa Ponca'.

If you're going with a family it would be a good idea to avoid Magalluf, there is lot of night-life activities and you won't be able to sleep before at least 4:0am when bars close and music stops rocking! - we enjoyed Aqualand in Magalluf though ;-)

We will definitely go again in the coming years. One thing we'd do different is to book ONE hotel for the whole stay, probably the same one in Cala D'or, then drive to other places, as the Island is quite small.
#13
laudan
Anyone got any feed back from booking a holiday with XL. Getting a better price with them than other operators but dont know anyone who has booked a package with them. Thanks

I WENT TO EGYPT WITH XL.COM IN MAY, AND THEY WERE FINE, WOULD BOOK WITH THEM AGAIN......AND YES I FOUND THEIR PRICES CHEAP TOO

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