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Pack Of 2 Hot Of The Press Christmas Collection Colouring Kits was £5.99 now £2.99 + 3 for 2 + £1 P&P (3 for £6.97 Del) @ Create & Craft

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Love these sets, think they're great value for the price, suitable for all ages inc Adults. They were £5.99 per set of 2, now £2.99 & included in their 3 for 2 clearance section (mix n match) in which…
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Thanks ordered to keep my daughters busy on the run up to Xmas
Just saying... lol
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ibis / Accor hotels happy Monday offer £25.00 rooms book Mon 26/Tue 27 to stay Fri 30th/ Sat 1st/Sun 2nd or Fri 7/sat 8th/sun 9th oct

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Also topcashback/quidco of 4-12%. This deal's been running a while but isn't well known, every week you can book on Monday or Tuesday for following Friday, Sat, Sun or Mon nights and for the week afte…
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futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts


​yes it is available weekly, however I think a lot of people only look at new or what's hot that day or week so will forget about it. many have posted to state that. obviously the dates available for booking change weekly. I was posting it every week but hadn't for a month until this post, and anything is allowed to be reposted after a month even despite the grey area of this being posted weekly before.
Irfy2015
Not really a good deal. You can usually get ibis hotels for £40


​nonsense.
I'm hoping to book a hotel in Cardiff (Nov 25th) for 1 night.. At the moment, rates are about £100 for 1 night! Think I should take the risk and check if the rates reduce with this on the week?
futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts
I think the OP posts this because of people like you, ie people that don't come on the site everyday or every week, also for people who don't know about this deal,
futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts


It's not available every Mon/Tues - only occasionally.
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Michael Morpurgo Audio Collection £17.99 at The Book People (del £2.95)

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With 10 stories across 28 CDs and an approximate running time of 29 hours, this collection of audiobooks from Michael Morpurgo is full of simply wonderful stories. Including the likes of Private P…
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The whole family will be captivated on long journeys.
yip, so they will
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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15pp including flights, ferry and hotels @ booking.com

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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15 each including flights, ferry and hotels. This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Milan from London Stansted on
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Well done for your effort!
You are amazing. ;)
I would skip Reggio Calabria and stay more in sicily. But very good trip for the price.
LOL
Who wants to fly same as you?
I can not be off too from 6th October till 19th October
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joshp
Nice trip. I am off to Lake Como this weekend coming :D


Love Como! Do a few boat trips across to the towns there are some gorgeous little towns like Bellagio <3
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The Golden Acorn: Book 1 (UK EDITION) (The Adventures of Jack Brenin) Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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The Golden Acorn is the first book in the bestselling Jack Brenin series. When Jack Brenin finds a golden acorn lying in the grass, little does he know that it is the beginning of a thrilling and magi…
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Watch a Great Sadly Recently Departed Comedy Actor in a Classic On The Big Screen AND Raise Money For Alzheimer's Research...Gene Wilder in BLAZIN' SADDLES on at The Prince Charles Cinema, with all takings going to charity £5 (and 75p booking fee).. £5.75

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Saw this and thought it well worth bringing to folks attention as it seems to be they have not sold many tickets so far, and I think it's a nice deal to see a classic on the big screen. (Has Had 160+
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'Stir Crazy', I loved this scene :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLiJAX-MXcM
jimwhite1978
Good cause but I don't understand the "Booking Fee". It sounds like the people who are running the online ticket retailer aren't waving the booking fee for this showing. It seems disgraceful behaviour


I don't agree with booking fees generally (e.g. my local Vue charges online booking fee but not if booked in advance in person), but if they are normally charged how's it disgraceful behaviour? They don't have to run this event at all and still have costs to incur etc. (they employ good old fashioned ushers still, I think) so this fact should be celebrated, particularly as such a reasonable price for London anyway (and the only independent in the West End "cinema land")

Edited By: Rickardo on Sep 26, 2016 18:26: Edit
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great film, good cause but holy cow this is a niche deal.
fireman1
"All profits to charity"
minus our little booking fee to give us some profits.
Or to cover costs? It's a great cinema, they don't charge a lot to see movies, and it's well worth a visit if you're in London.
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WD 3TB My Book for Mac Desktop External Hard Drive - £80.00 @ amazon

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ok its intended for Macs (not windows pcs etc) so has limited appeal but seems like a good price for mac users (the 2tb version is £102.91) Product Description Western Digital My Book Mac 3 TB.
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the s/w supplied for Macs does not work - Support suggests using it as a Time Machine drive!!

its for Macs as it is Mac formatted! thats all!

Edited By: railwaygun on Sep 25, 2016 20:14
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LEGO I Love That Minifigure Book £5.00 from Amazon (Prime price) or plus £1.99

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Also, Star Wars and DC Superhero available too for same price (see photo).
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£6 in some WH Smiths for those that don't have Amazon Prime.
Good price but, has been this much for a while now according to Camelx3 - and the other two were this much last month as I bought both of them then. Might grab this though as had forgotten about it and it's £8 in The Works.
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From Birmingham: India Trip, Golden Triangle & Ganges £531.74pp @ booking.com £1,063.49

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If you've ever fancied India then check out this amazing trip that sees you visit the Golden Triangle and also the Ganges. This trip is in March at the time of the Holi festival. There is a lot of che…
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Besford
Mentos
Besford
Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!
I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!

Ooh you can give me some tips on food in Cambodia and Vietnam for my Christmas trip.
Mentos
Besford
Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!

I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!



Edited By: Besford on Sep 25, 2016 18:36: typo
Heat! This is an awesome deal and a good time to go as well, just before it becomes bloody hot. Often have to pay £500 pp for a return flight to Delhi so this is a bargain. India has its issues no doubt as with anywhere else but some of the comments are plain ignorant. Talk to your guides/locals about local do's and dont's.
Varanasi's not just another city though, is a different world and tough to take for some, so make sure you have the stomach. Train reservations are really best made atleast 3-4 months in advance, IRCTC can take some getting used to but is reliable enough.
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India a great country for a stimulating and challenging trip....unlike a lot of the moronic comments about the country a deal on here throws up....If you're have racist tendacies or are scared of different cultures just don't go...don't bore the ar** off the rest of us telling us about your problems.
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Free Cow and Gate Weaning Plan Book

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Free Cow and Gate baby weaning book. Very useful book with recipes and vouchers inside
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useful book, cannot help thinking how human beings did it for millions of years, or even all the apes and primates now, or are we missing a link, yes, it is Kindle.

Edited By: splender on Sep 25, 2016 21:43
emi3008
it's not working for me :(
I'vtried 3 times already


​make sure you've filled all the boxes, I'd put one capital letter in the repeat of my email address so kept refusing
it's not working for me :(
I'vtried 3 times already
it's not showing the link, sorry
should be http://www.cowandgate.co.uk/five-step-weaning-plan
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The Grumpy Old Gits Guide to Life (Hardback) £3.00 @ The Works Free C&C

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Had to check afew times if it was written by Deeky. £9.98 in Amazon and Debenhams. Nice Christmas present for the grumpy git in your life. Great reviews on Amazon about this book here https://www…
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Expired, just like harambe :(
shabbird
Silurianxx
That is used. You can get it even cheaper than that but this deal is new to give someone.
Good point.
OOS now :(
Silurianxx
That is used. You can get it even cheaper than that but this deal is new to give someone.
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From London: Bargain break to Latvia and Tallinn £78.22pp - £156.44 @ Expedia/Booking.com

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This is right up my street and if I had any leave left I'd be booking it. A lovely break to Riga and Tallinn. Arriving into Riga early morning on 9th February you will stay at the 4* Rockwell Gertr…
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ruthbear
Thanks have just booked this.

Let me know how you get on. It's one I certainly want to do myself.
Thanks have just booked this.
Both lovely destinations and well worth visiting
sharkalos
I live in Tallinn. Come visit it's great :)

Enjoy your -20 :p
6am flights are right up no one's street
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Spider-Man digital e-book comic FREE @ Amazon

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Might be of interest to people, but then again it might not. Was just browsing for digital download comics for my little boy to use on his iPad with most being fairly expensive then caught this one…
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What's not to love? It's Spidey! Thank you, great find, heat added.
householdhorror
You might like comixology. They're owned by Amazon, so it's basically the same thing.

Here's a small selection of the free comics https://www.comixology.co.uk/free-comics and here's a bunch more of the free share your universe ones https://www.comixology.co.uk/search/items?search=share+your+universe&subType=Issues&lang=1 (only the ones at the top are free, but there's another spiderman one in there).


Excellent. Thanks for the heads up
You might like comixology. They're owned by Amazon, so it's basically the same thing.

Here's a small selection of the free comics https://www.comixology.co.uk/free-comics and here's a bunch more of the free share your universe ones https://www.comixology.co.uk/search/items?search=share+your+universe&subType=Issues&lang=1 (only the ones at the top are free, but there's another spiderman one in there).
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15% off Long Stay Glasgow & Edinburgh Scotpark Airport Pre- Booked Parking with Voucher @ NCP

Instructions:Enter the code at the checkout Glasgow Airport - Long Stay Edinburgh Scotpark Entries after: 22/10/16 Exits before: 31/03/17 Exclusion dates: 08/02/2017 - 18/02/2017  
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15% off Birmingham Heathrow Norwich Pre-booked Airport Parking with Voucher @ NCP

Instructions:Birmingham (Car Parks 1 and 4) Heathrow Flightpath (Terminals 2-3) Norwich Airport - Long Stay Entries after: 03/10/16 Exits before: 31/03/17 Exclusion dates: 20/10/2016 - 28/10/2016 09/02/2017 - 18/02/2017  
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LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS: The Book of Knights - Stocking Filler? £5.99 (free del with £10 order) or £8.98 delivered @ Amazon

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Great stocking filler, down from £13.98... Prepare to enter the world of Knighton, a futuristic realm filled with with epic quests, scary monsters, and true technical wizardry, in LEGO® NEXO KNIGHT…
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Any reason this is going cold?


Hot from me, excellent stocking filler!
Any reason this is going cold?
Nice spot OP! Especially with the free Merlock figure.
Gone for it.
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Free £3 credit towards one bestseller from a collection of 40 books @Google Play Books

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Just received an email and also seen in Google Play Books. Here's a £3 credit towards one bestseller from a collection of 40 books, including top selling titles like Room and The Lie Tree. To r…
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QuickProfits
Does anyone have a link?
Try going to your google play app and then books??
I did try that yesterday. It worked this time :)
There is no book that interests me out of those though :p

Edited By: QuickProfits on Sep 25, 2016 17:16
QuickProfits
Does anyone have a link?
Try going to your google play app and then books??
Does anyone have a link?
The link isn't working for me.
Lord vader
alanbeenthere
Lord vader
interestingly Kobo are giving £3 credit for new customers on any book
Nice timing as Sainsbury are quitting digital....
Seems like only 3 weeks ago I had to move from Nook...
​me too - nook to Sainsburys , Sainsburys to Kobo. At least we don't lose the books but I have a useless nook reader.


The reasons i went with the nook were being able to side load many file types as there are lots of out of copyright available free legitimately or humble book bundles. Much cheaper than being locked to a single shops random file format. Sainsbury It's so easy to read in sunlight and the loooooooooong battery life. Ideal for the times you just want to read at the beach or on ones yacht.
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The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course / Kung Fu Panda 3 this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course, and Kung Fu Panda 3 are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld t. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to £1.80.
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naveenvp
is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????
Same here I have a 3 1/2 year old ..
is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????
jasee
dustiebin
Would this be advertised on their website? I may be being blind but I cannot see anything that mentions those films or the price.....
You have to do a search for the movie which should give you (for instance)https://www.cineworld.co.uk/films/the-jungle-book-movies-for-juniors

right! many thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
Jungle Book was wonderful, a huge hit with me and my family. Well worth £1.80!
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Fallout 4 with Franchise Book and Soundtrack £9.99 (PC) or £14.99 (Xbone/PS4) @ Amazon with code

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Noticed this promotion at EGX - add the version that you want to basket then use code AMZEGXF4 or AMZEGXF4PC (for PC) at checkout. Knocks the price down from £44.99 on PC to £9.99. Haven't checked…
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888eyeball
wow did think the package was going to be that big :)


​You won't have been surprised then.
wow did think the package was going to be that big :)
I received mine on Saturday for Xbox One. £14.99. Thanks for the find again
This may have genuinely expired now as EGX is over :)
Think it is because the codes don't work anymore.
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50% off advance single fares on GWR trains with a 16-25 card (booked before 31st Dec, travel before 31st Jan)

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Got emailed this earlier today. Great for all those new freshers who might want to go home for Christmas! Remember also if you get a Santander Students bank account, you get a 4 year 16-25 railcard fo…
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Transpennine Express have the same offer, which also applies if you're on jobseekers or age 16-18. See http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-off-tpexpress-advance-train-tickets-age-16-18-jobseekers-hold-a-16-25-railcard-2492146
that's cool. GWR operates the trains down here in the SW, which are the ones I use :)
Transpennine Express have the same offer, which also applies if you're on jobseekers or age 16-18. See http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-off-tpexpress-advance-train-tickets-age-16-18-jobseekers-hold-a-16-25-railcard-2492146
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usbourne Christmas books at elc 4 books for £6.70 c&c included @ ELC

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elc have usbourne Christmas books reduced from £12.99 to £2.60 and other reduced from. £9.99 to £2.00 there are a couple of others books reduced too. these are included in the 3 for 2 offer howeve…
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No books there?
Same as Daisy, ordered 4 for £5.20 + £1.50..
Great find..Thanks...
Thank you.

Can anyone please tell me where the sign out option is for the elc as I can't seem to find one? X
Amazing find. thank you! 4 fab wee books for great prices!! £5.20 plus £1.50 for c&c x x x
Thank you, I got 4 books and the mothercare bear for £5 instead of £10 :)
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£15 off Your Bookings For September and October With Voucher @ Helpful Holidays

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Amazon Echo: 2016 User Guide to Make Your Home Life Easier, Stress-Free, and Hands-Free with Alexa - Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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Should be useful for all the people who purchased the £99 Amazon Echo last week. Paperback is listed as £6.79.
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Missed it, £1.99 now
ukmellymel
Isn't Mr. Robot one of those produced by Amazon shows? If that's the case they probably didn't have to pay anything lol ;)

Amazone Prime Video have the exclusive distribution rights in the UK. In the US it's actually part of a channel called 'USA Network', and is only available to purchase on the US Amazon Video whilst the show is still airing.
Isn't Mr. Robot one of those produced by Amazon shows? If that's the case they probably didn't have to pay anything lol ;)
Dunno if anyone's noticed, but season 2 (including the latest episode) of Mr. Robot actually features the Echo - I wonder how much Amazon paid for that product placement because that FBI agent in the show seems to be using it way too much :-)
it's a bloody awful book, but you can't argue with the price :)
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2 night weekend break to Dublin for £68.98pp *perfect for Xmas doo* including flights and hotel @ booking.com

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Still struggling to find your perfect work Christmas doo?! Why not jet off for the weekend over to Ireland and do something a little different! This deal is based on 5 adults flying out to Dublin f…
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its72
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.


Only on Fri and Sat nights. And the fare is €6.50!
Temple Bar is a tourist trap - there are plenty of other locations around the city with good pubs/restaurants etc.
The Church is one of my favourites: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g186605-d792839-Reviews-The_Church-Dublin_County_Dublin.html
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.
Accommodation is quite expensive in Dublin but I would want to stay 5 to a room to make a saving.

I've stayed at Egan's House and it's a decent place to stay. Easy to get to the city centre but the busses stop ridiculously early for a Capital City.
cdm22
scunny
1 Room 5 adults, really? not for me thanks.
This!
That?
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An Audience with Father Christmas £20.00 @ Castle Howard - Booking now open

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I appreciate this deal won't be for everyone however I thought I'd share with everyone that booking for An Audience with Father Christmas at Castle Howard opened at 9am and already some dates are sold…
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backinstock
Is this with the real Father Christmas?
Or just some imposter with a false white beard saying Ho, Ho, Ho?


​Theres a "no that's what they say to your mum" joke in there somewhere but I'll control myself ;)
Is this with the real Father Christmas?
Or just some imposter with a false white beard saying Ho, Ho, Ho?
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BABY BOOK- A FIRST FIVE YEAR DIARY - FREE P&P £4.35 @ ebay baby outlet

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MY BABY BOOK A FIRST FIVE YEAR DIARY BRAND NEW 1000s sold! CAPTURE ALL THOSE SPECIAL TREASURED MOMENTS WHICH YOU ENCOUNTER WHEN A BABY IS BORN, THROUGH TO FIVE YEARS OLD. FROM BIRTH THROU…
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staceybaby
Bought from home bargains for 2 or 3 quid


​No longer stocked at Home Bargins


​It was 2 weeks ago. I paid £1.99
staceybaby
Bought from home bargains for 2 or 3 quid


​No longer stocked at Home Bargins
Thanks, looked on other sellers, got one for £3.87.
Bought from home bargains for 2 or 3 quid
wow I have this was a gift for my daughter 7years ago an still solid it's great has pockets for bby first hair cut ect
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Leap start plus two books £32.00 in Smyths

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Smyths are doing a bundle offer on Leap Start preschool or Leap Start Primary plus two books of your choosing for £40. Plus with the 20% off in store (offer until Monday 19th) you can get an extra £8
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Your welcome :)
No worries. I'm glad you got them :)
helsangels
Sorry I can't upload a picture on here. It's on page 62 in the catalogue




Thanks just went to next nearest one. Got the two sets I wanted with catalogue in hand. Thanks.
Sorry I can't upload a picture on here. It's on page 62 in the catalogue



Edited By: helsangels on Sep 18, 2016 16:43
K1000
Inside the smyths catalogue!! Next to the image of the leap start says about the bundle! Might want to pick one up on the way in and show them! X)


My local Smyths says there is no bundle just the 20% off can anyone let me know is the offer advertised anywhere?
Great thanks. No catalogues at my local one yesterday.
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Matched Betting Made Easy Amazon Kindle Book

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Introduction to matched betting, currently free on Amazon Kindle
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Sorry for the delay in responding, some of you I can't PM. My site sucks BTW, anybody good with Wordpress?


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GlentoranMark
I've seen a marked decrease in matched betting offers this year for existing customers, this gravy train has already left the station. Good for someone who has never signed up to any sites. I remember the time when some sites had no conditions, simply deposit £20 and get a free £20 straight to withdrawals (They caught onto that pretty quick!)
Gave heat though, I'm sure it will benefit some.
I've turned zero into £650 withdrawals thanks to poker this year (blog available via PM as it contains affiliate links) but even that is getting harder. There still is a free lunch via low risk gambling but it's not a 3 course lunch anymore.
​Hi, any chance of a link to the blog you were referring to?
Showing as 0.99 for me?
GlentoranMark
I've seen a marked decrease in matched betting offers this year for existing customers, this gravy train has already left the station. Good for someone who has never signed up to any sites. I remember the time when some sites had no conditions, simply deposit £20 and get a free £20 straight to withdrawals (They caught onto that pretty quick!)

Gave heat though, I'm sure it will benefit some.

I've turned zero into £650 withdrawals thanks to poker this year (blog available via PM as it contains affiliate links) but even that is getting harder. There still is a free lunch via low risk gambling but it's not a 3 course lunch anymore.


​Hi, any chance of a link to the blog you were referring to?
Hi people.
I've seen a marked decrease in matched betting offers this year for existing customers, this gravy train has already left the station. Good for someone who has never signed up to any sites. I remember the time when some sites had no conditions, simply deposit £20 and get a free £20 straight to withdrawals (They caught onto that pretty quick!)

Gave heat though, I'm sure it will benefit some.

I've turned zero into £650 withdrawals thanks to poker this year (blog available via PM as it contains affiliate links) but even that is getting harder. There still is a free lunch via low risk gambling but it's not a 3 course lunch anymore.

Edited By: GlentoranMark on Sep 18, 2016 10:01
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Book your MOT online for £24.30 with code @ Kwikfit

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MOT test - £24.30 on using the 10% discount code - MOT102PW
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I went to get 2 new front tyres at Kwik fit but they refused to do them unless I also had the rears replaced as they were the incorrect speed rating for the car. Apparently my current ones were only rated to 130mph, yet my car's top book speed of 131mph meant I must have the next rating up! I walked away.
I think it depends on the area, I've never had an issue with the one near by, the MOT tester is a good honest guy who knows his stuff. I do all the work on my cars so I use them for a cheap MOT as I know it will pass.

If you are getting a service at a main dealer at the same time then always ask for a discount on the MOT.

Edited By: Simon4151561 on Sep 17, 2016 11:22
Nobody rips you off quicker than a Kwikfit fitter.
oddballjamie
vassy4u
happymanuk
vassy4u
Really?? This is my first MOT so I thought this was cheap and best. Also Kwikfit being a well known company too.
This maybe useful reading for you:http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-mot
I was just reading this web page. Anyways I just had my service today from the manufacturing company. My MOT appointment is on Wednesday. So it would be interesting to see how it goes. If they fail then I would fill an appeal form. :)
Many main dealers have offers when you have it tested with them, surprised you didn't just have them do it while it was in.
I should next time
vassy4u
happymanuk
vassy4u
Really?? This is my first MOT so I thought this was cheap and best. Also Kwikfit being a well known company too.
This maybe useful reading for you:http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-mot
I was just reading this web page. Anyways I just had my service today from the manufacturing company. My MOT appointment is on Wednesday. So it would be interesting to see how it goes. If they fail then I would fill an appeal form. :)
Many main dealers have offers when you have it tested with them, surprised you didn't just have them do it while it was in.
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Paw Patrol books £1.00 in poundworld. instore

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Found these paw patrol books in my local poundworld. Should be nationwide. Gr8 for paw patrol mad kids
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They have then in ours but they are board books with very few pages, still good for younger ones but my 3 1/2 year old decided they were baby books lol. Xx
Link still goes to poundshop.com :(
rizbizali
Berty007
Where about?
Merry hill. Should be nationwide though
Thank u, sorry I didn't mean to post twice
Berty007
Where about?


Merry hill. Should be nationwide though
hungry_goliath
Can't see anything on the link (albeit on mobile browser), I've never heard of Poundshop, is it Poundland / Poundworld?


Poundworld sorry. I have edited it now
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Buy Both Roald Dahl Collection - 15 Books & Roald Dahl's Plays for Children Collection - 5 Books for £22.98 Del with code @ The Book People (code gives £5 off £25 + Free Del)

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Another decent offer code from the Book People, use code FOXDEL to take £5 off a £25 Spend & Free Delivery too (combined discounts worth £7.95). Code works on Multibuy offers too, just as long as yo…
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Roald Dahl collection in Costco purchased a few weeks ago in Costco for about £18.
AFVBNEW code reduces an extra 15%
FOXDEL doesnt work for me :(
Bought the Roald Dahl collection for my kids recently when the book people visited my work.

Paid £25 and thought it was a bargain then, this is definitely a hot deal....
Code FOXDEL not working for me
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5% off all Bookings For Car Hire with voucher @ Affordable Car Hire

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'Pre Book Online and Get 10% off City Centre Parking with voucher @ Q-park

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Pre Book online & Get 15% off Surrey Street covent Garden Car Parking with Voucher @ Q-Park

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EAT WELL FOR LESS BOOK Via amazon direct CHEAPEST EVER!! £5.99 (Prime) @ Amazon £7.98

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EAT WELL FOR LESS BOOK from amazon direct CHEAPEST EVER!! http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Eat-Well-Less-Jo-Scarratt-Jones/product/1785941658 Ive checked cant see any post with this price, i dont t…
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bytemaster
Anyone who needs this book should be removed from the electoral register.
I have recently watched a couple of episodes, where they reveal such amazing facts as:
Buying more food than you need, then throwing it away is a waste of money.
Many "Branded" foods are no better than the own-brand equivalents, they simply cost more, sometimes a lot more.
I really do despair if there are people who are unable to control excessive spending on food. It really isn't difficult.
What is next? Self help groups for how to wipe your bum.

Yes I agree most of it change brands to save money and change bad habits
However, There is some 80 recipes for healthy eating and saving money
I would buy the book for £2.99 but not at £5.99
Save yourself a fortune... it's a simple trick and it's not that hard


Don't spend zilch... beg, steal or borrow... works everytime ;)
Its been £5.99 for at least a week at "The Book People" if you receive emails from them, you normally get many offers. Like free P&P over £15.
Anyone who needs this book should be removed from the electoral register.

I have recently watched a couple of episodes, where they reveal such amazing facts as:

Buying more food than you need, then throwing it away is a waste of money.
Many "Branded" foods are no better than the own-brand equivalents, they simply cost more, sometimes a lot more.

I really do despair if there are people who are unable to control excessive spending on food. It really isn't difficult.

What is next? Self help groups for how to wipe your bum.