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B&M Draining rack 10p BRISTOL

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I weirdly needed one of these and when I was in B&M, I saw they were reduced from £1.99 to 10p. Might be store specific? This was in Bristol. -First post, be nice.
Tjfish Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago10 Comments
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No more gin for me
lovely rqck
I have this , from somewhere else

much better than the fake stainless variety that rusts after 3 weeks
Hot for the picture!
I'd sink my money into this
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Dinner set reduced to clear - 50p instore @ Wilko (Bristol)

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Found upstairs in Clifton Triangle branch. 3 left on shelf. First deal I have posted, sorry photo is sideways. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Not national, its store specific.... Couldnt get one 8)
Plenty at Livingston so took one up to be scanned for price and came up at £20. Must be store specific.
Heat from the Greek.
sweetpea10
Britangerine
I just found one in Tooting store, London. Scanned at a penny but they tried to charge me £8 which was last stickered price. After calling customer service line who told me it was managers discretion, the manager would only allow it to be sold for £4, so I bought it anyway. Everything's more expensive over here :(
There are some jobs worth about, what a shame you didn't get it at 1p what it scanned at.
Thanks. £4 is still a good price, but yeah considering it's the weekend - why couldn't I have a moody couldn't-care-less teenager to serve me :/
anyone wanna get me one and al send you a 5er plus p&p?
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Car park sale ALDI Bradley Stoke Bristol Bank holiday weekend

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Car park sale ALDI Bradley Stoke Bristol Bank holiday weekend 25th-28th August
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I'm going to have to vote cold - I have no use for such land. I usually park outside my home anyway :p


As funny as the first poster...
Yep upto 75% off all the tat they can't sell
Cold because wtf even is this?
I'm going to have to vote cold - I have no use for such land. I usually park outside my home anyway :p
nealwoolhouse
I imagine it's all the sh#t they couldn't sell in store all year, put it on a car park print a flyer and people will queue around the block for all the sh#t they didn't want.

SOLD....take my money
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toy reductions in asda longwell green (bristol) £1.80

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just popped along to longwell green and they had loads of toys reduced to clear in the seasonal section giant star wars characters £1.80 tmnt half shell heroes sets £1.85 ...star wars colour cha…
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zTWHDeqbQWBlqcZ3uiw0ZYlOLEgbxMQR3g/view?usp=drivesdk
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33% off Odeon this week! - e.g - Bristol - BFG x2 Adult Tickets for £6.70

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Just got an email highlighting this offer, great to entertain the kids this week. Not valid for Finding Dory or Suicide Squad :( Well we've got a little summer treat for you with a special 33% o…
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just put odeon ticket or odeon code in eBay search and choose a bundle of tickets. you usually have between 3 and 12 months to use the tickets. check with the seller the expiry dates if it's not listed on the description.
There's some that say in description they expire 2 weeks after purchase. I queried this and he told me 31st Dec is actual expiry date. I've never had an odeon code not work for me.

Edited By: jamhole on Aug 19, 2016 14:13: typo
jamhole
eh, it says eBay in my post. I no longer pay more than £4 max for the latest blockbuster on a Saturday night.

Where on Ebay still waiting? :P
anglo
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anglo
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Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
​How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.
Yes, Scotland, but not the beginning of June. Even when I were a lad, the schools finish last week in June (Usually after 28th June) and back mid-August.
For the past couple of years some of the council areas have even nudged the break into July.
alg, of course, you are correct.
I don't know what I was thinking of when I typed June instead of July, as that would be 10 weeks off school for the little blighters rather than six. :)

And six is more than enough. X)
alg
anglo
rohitmkiller
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
​How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.
Yes, Scotland, but not the beginning of June. Even when I were a lad, the schools finish last week in June (Usually after 28th June) and back mid-August.
For the past couple of years some of the council areas have even nudged the break into July.
alg, of course, you are correct.
I don't know what I was thinking of when I typed June instead of July, as that would be 10 weeks off school for the little blighters rather than six. :)
in hull all tickets are £4 apart from 3d they're £5 amd also the concert ones plus the 33% off I've just got a great bargain thanks
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Closing Down Sale My Local Whiteladies Road Bristol

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Bargain prices in a closing down sale at My local on Whiteladies Road
mattmorgan440 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Is this still on??
Cheers,I'll check this out later.
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15% off electrical items @ Gardiner Haskins

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From Bristol: Visit Belfast & Iceland Game of Thrones Holiday with Car Hire & All Flights £318.69 @ Hotels.com

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If you are suffering from withdrawal symptoms from Game of Thrones then check out this trip to Belfast and Iceland where you can check out many of the GoT attractions. 26 - 28 September You'll st…
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If you're doing the Belfast tour by car don't forget Magheramorne quarry
COJones
Yeah yeah yeah, blah blah flights, blah blah hotel - what we really want to know is, does the Game of Thrones holiday include all the debauchery and pillaging and excessive amounts of drop-dead gorgeous women getting their kit off and doing unseemly things with each other - preferably while riding a dragon!!!

...hmmmm... i'm guessing though, just some rocks, loads of fields and freezing my nads off looking for an old spit n' sawdust pub to drown my high expectations, dream shattered sorrows :(


​only on at the weekends if you can find the right bars
While in N.Ireland you can also pop into Donegal to see where the next Star Wars was being filmed in Malin Head, Donegal (about 90 min drive from Dark Hedges) It is also a great drive along the Wild Atlantic Way.
If not driving yourself McComb's have the best GOT tours (The cast and crew use this firm along with recently the N.Ireland footy team also the tour was featured on a BBC program -can't remember which one!). The Allen Tours one isn't really GOT specific. Note they do the cruise ships also so at times booking in advance in recommended if you happen to be picking a day one has just docked!
https://www.mccombscoaches.com/tours/game-of-thrones-tours - Around £35pp.

https://www.mccombscoaches.com/news

Bus also runs every 30 minutes from Belfast (more frequent during rush-hour) - Europa Bus Station 24/7 to the International Airport for around £7.50 single. (about 20 minute walk from either hotel). Travel time is 30-40 minutes. Bus Stop is right outside the main entrance to the airport. Get off bus at around St.Annes Cathedral or outside Castle Court Shopping Complex for the Ramada.
http://www.translink.co.uk/Services/Other-Translink-Services/Airport-Services/Airport-Express-300/

Also to note the Ramada does not have car parking. Car parking is at the Q-Park - pricing below (£5 max 8am-6pm and £5 6pm-8am. Or for either hotel the parking outside The Odyssey complex (near to Titanic building opposite the complex and Premier Inn - surface site) is about the cheapest nearby. Do not ever park at the underground complex beneath the Victoria Square Shopping Centre unless you are willing to get a massive shock at the prices!
http://www.q-park.co.uk/parking/belfast/saint-annes-square
Map below of where the surface site is.
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Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Jul 04, 2016 13:06: adding car parking
Yeah yeah yeah, blah blah flights, blah blah hotel - what we really want to know is, does the Game of Thrones holiday include all the debauchery and pillaging and excessive amounts of drop-dead gorgeous women getting their kit off and doing unseemly things with each other - preferably while riding a dragon!!!

...hmmmm... i'm guessing though, just some rocks, loads of fields and freezing my nads off looking for an old spit n' sawdust pub to drown my high expectations, dream shattered sorrows :(
jackbremer
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If your running late for your flight, will they be kind enough to......
hold the door? 8)
You should have said "Hodor" as in,"Will they Hodor"?
https://twitter.com/yesthatsthejoke
Yes I know.
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Moto 360 1st Gen various straps £39.00 @ John lewis - Bristol

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Found a great deal in john lewis today, moto 360 1st gen Stainless steel £39 - i bought 2! ;) Black steel £47 Leather £34 Also had fit bitz for £99 if interested Location Bristol, not sure if…
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ive had mine for a nearly 2 weeks now and still haven't got bored, i had a Microsoft band 2 and got bored of that in days, sold the lumia and band and got my 360 with a new android and the difference is unreal. Like how apps you install on phone have a "wear" app version on watch, battery is lasting over a full day with plenty of work emails, personal emails and google speak usage, Controlling music is handy to.
google kicks Cortana in to touch massively.
To answer your question, Now i got one i would have happily paid the £99 i see on JL website to be honest. So if they match it or not its worth the money, and 2nd gen is really about physical build alterations mostly.
For me £39 for used was an obvious buy, the logic of if 1 min on someone else's wrist means used then every new car is used. Sour grapes and all that for people that say other wise.
Happy to answer any queries on them.


Thanks for this mate. I think I will pick one up as I will be travelling about this weekend so I may pop into a couple of different John Lewis stores and see what they have in stock. I always wanted the plain black with the black leather strap but the stainless steel is growing on me. Hopefully they still have a few left! :)
ive had mine for a nearly 2 weeks now and still haven't got bored, i had a Microsoft band 2 and got bored of that in days, sold the lumia and band and got my 360 with a new android and the difference is unreal. Like how apps you install on phone have a "wear" app version on watch, battery is lasting over a full day with plenty of work emails, personal emails and google speak usage, Controlling music is handy to.
google kicks Cortana in to touch massively.

To answer your question, Now i got one i would have happily paid the £99 i see on JL website to be honest. So if they match it or not its worth the money, and 2nd gen is really about physical build alterations mostly.

For me £39 for used was an obvious buy, the logic of if 1 min on someone else's wrist means used then every new car is used. Sour grapes and all that for people that say other wise.
Happy to answer any queries on them.
Yes this is what I was thinking along the lines of. But if I showed them this thread, you think they would price match the watch? They should right?
for your uses it would be fine, especially for 35quid! let alone any one of the sub 100quid prices :0) I use mine to control my music, messages and funnily enough, to tell the time ;) ......great device.....got a proper new steel one (not a return) for 79quid as JL in Oxford Street price matched when I showed them a hukd post :0)....go for it....beats spending nearly 300quid.....
I have seen some on my lunch break at Nottingham Victoria Centre. I just wanted to know from people, whether these are worth getting as I would really like to get the second gen via Moto Maker but they never have any stock. And also the price is a bit of an issue, the variation I want would set me back £289 or thereabouts, whereas these can be picked up from around £80.

I have a Nexus 6P and was wondering whether it would be worth getting one of these instead of the second gen as I know these wont be getting any updates and the second gen will so will be more future proof. All I'll ever use this for would be the time, health apps, checking the odd message and google maps, so is it worth getting for this kind of price range or better to hold off?
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Domino's Pizza - 50% OFF on Pizzas (when you spend £20 or more online) Bristol only

Instructions:One voucher code redemption per household. Excludes ice cream, drinks, 14/21 chicken sides, combos, Chick 'n' Mix box, and Chicken Roulette box.  
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Works at Bristol Filton. Probably just Bristol-wide by the sounds of it.
:D Works in Brentry Bristol delivering from the Gloucester Road Domino's Branch :-D

Edited By: FluffyCloud9 on Jul 25, 2016 20:31
Doesn't work
not accepted in clevedon, North Somerset.
Does not work in Hamilton Scotland either, staff were rude when i called.
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Tech Deals, like Intel Core i5 Laptops from £99 BRISTOL COMPUTER FAIR

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DON'T MISS BRISTOL COMPUTER FAIR THIS SUNDAY 26TH JUNE! The main hall at BAWA will be packed full of computer and technology traders selling bargain-priced computer hardware such as Laptops, Apple
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Awesome need some more floppies to backup doom before I install it.
I remember the days of going to one at Exeter it was an Auction though. I bought my first 386 and never did get it to work. Five floppy discs if I remember right to load up windows for workgroups
http://static1.squarespace.com/static/54bc2173e4b06f2c55f52d41/t/5644fc7ce4b08de8ebe4eec8/1447361662359/?format=300w


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Anyone been to one recently ?
cool there are still computer fairs, I used to love those 15 years ago ;)
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Ikea Volmar Swivel Computer Desk Chair (Dark Grey/Black) at Ikea Bristol....£90.00 (from £150) at Ikea Bristol

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Ikea Volmar swivel chair in grey / black. Usually £150, reduced to £100 in-store only sale at Ikea Bristol (maybe others too? Haven't checked). An extra 10% off available with a (free) Ikea family
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Free Entry for Dads on Fathers Day @ Bristol Zoo / Fleet Air Arm Museum when accompanied by full paying Child or Adult Book Online or use Printable Voucher

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Just found this, Dads go free on Fathers Day (Tomorrow) @ Britol Zoo when accompanied by a FULL paying Child OR Adult ( For each full paying child or adult, a Dad goes free!). Either book online or us…
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let's do the time warp agaaaain... put your hands on your hips!
Eh? Have I entered a time warp? If this is for Fathers Day (19th June) then surely it's expired? :(
Bit late to make the front page X)
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Fleet Air Arm Museum

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Cree bike light £20.00 - ALDI Fishponds Bristol

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Cree bike light now reduced to £20, says price was £40. With the 3 year guarantee I thought this was a bargain. Fishponds branch in Bristol but possibly available in other stores. Sorry the picture is…
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Its 19.99 in store, I bought one from Hounslow, seems decent so far. Usual 3 year warranty
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One Child goes FREE with Every Paying Adult with Printable Voucher @ Bristol Zoo

Instructions:Print Voucher & take along Offer permits one child free for every full paying adult. Offer is available and tickets can only be redeemed 28 May – 5 June and 23 July – 4 Sept 2016. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Excluding the 15% off online tickets.  
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Where is the voucher?

Click the go to deal link & download the voucher from the site


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sharpie 28 pack -Tesco extra Eastville Bristol £6.00

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Sharpie 28 pack. Reduced from £20 to £6
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Bought some, now looking for a reason to use them.
Obviously the new Shock Prank
none in stock
So long as its not Dollarland ( name changed to protect its i.D) bort 4 biros for a pound and within 2wks all 4 biros had run out of ink.

Sounds like you did well. I can run a biro out in half a day if I am drawing.

One day, I will find these mythical Sharpies. One day.
So long as its not Dollarland ( name changed to protect its i.D) bort 4 biros for a pound and within 2wks all 4 biros had run out of ink.
Bought some, now looking for a reason to use them.
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Everything 90p in Poundland Emersons Green Bristol

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Poundworld has gone into the former Brantano site so when I nipped into poundland (3 doors up) I saw that everything is 90p. Not sure how long it will last.
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I saw that everything is 90p.

Even the staff wages :|
Have they changed their name?
Nope ;)
Just as well.

Ninetypenceland doesn't sound as good. :p
Have they changed their name?
Nope ;)
Have they changed their name?
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Pampers Nappies Giga pack vaious sizes under £11 - size 4+ (112 nappies) for £10.49 @ costco Bristol

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Pampers Nappies Giga pack various size for under £11. I bought size 4+ (112 nappies) for £10.49. Not sure whether this is nationwide. But sounds like a good deal
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Yep - it seems to be national. Just been to Derby Costco and picked up the giga pack of size 5s - 108 nappies for that price. Great deal at just under 10p a nappy
I bought the giga pack from nearby ASDA extra for £11 but they had only one in stock. They only have jumbo packs now which they sell 2 packs for £18.
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Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum - Gardiner Haskins Bristol - £180.00

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Dyson V6 now £200 at Gardiner Haskins, Bristol with 10% off code valid until end of Monday, so now £180. Click and collect to reserve stock or an additional £10 for delivery in BS/GL/BA/SN postcodes.…
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Now out of stock
Heat added. John Lewis price matched this for me today in Swindon.
They will probably come down as the new V8 is out 4th May but still a good price considering the new V8 going to be £449 and £499. To get it down to £100 that great.
I managed to get this down to £100 with nectar points and other means and can honestly say it's the best Vaccum (I'd have said Hoover but I know I'll get pelted with words) I've ever used. I can do 99% of vaccuming with normal mode, car included.

Sure 20 minutes doesn't seem that long but you can do a decent job in the car and around the house all on the same charge - you just have to ration your power. I wish Max power worked for a longer period but you don't really need to use it that much.

Best £100 I've spent.
Bloody love gardiner Hawkins!
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From Bristol: A week touring Iceland in a Campervan £337.31pp @ Venere/Skyscanner £674.61

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I'm going a bit Iceland mad at the moment with my soon to be Iceland wedding! So, here is a great deal touring Iceland in a campervan, pretty similar to my two week trip. If you really want to exp…
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These vans are a bit basic and cheap.
Considering the open spaces and needs of a human you at least need a chemical loo on board.
crank_girl
would this be suitable for a wheelchair user?

I'm not sure, best to email the company and ask them. I would probably say your mean issue would be room in the campervan and the height for getting in and out but they have others available. I would check it out with the company though.
would this be suitable for a wheelchair user?
rachelandgromit
farmgirl777
No shower or loos in the van? Am I looking at the right one.
Thanks op great deal
Nope it's a campervan not a motorhome so no shower or toilet. Think of it like one step up from a tent. The motorhome I am hiring with shower and toilet for two weeks has cost over £2k but it has all mod-cons, fridge, toaster etc, GPS, WiFi and all linen, cooking facilities etc, unlimited km and comprehensive insurance. In a campervan you are reliant on public toilets or showers in the swimming pools (showers are mandatory).
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Magnum Black Espresso Ice Cream (single) 44p @ Sainsbury's local - Bristol

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Magnum Black Espresso Ice Cream (single). Sainsburys local Bristol but must be national as not called out as a 'manager special' and these chains have central price files. Pretend it is summer…
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Has been this price for ages now is national but will be lucky to find any left


I must have got lucky. Freezer full on Whiteladies Road, Bristol
Has been this price for ages now is national but will be lucky to find any left
These and the pink ones are both 44p nationwide (for the 100ml ones) as Magnum have reduced the sizes to 86ml (or something like that). Basically, smaller standard size=reduced prices to clear out inventory of the larger size. Should be the same in all stores.
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free bbc `costing the earth` broadcast in bristol - april 30th, 2016

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The BBC Radio 4 Costing the Earth debate with Tom Heap starts at noon - saturday april 30th. BBC Radio 4’s Costing the Earth presents four menus to save the planet Eating ethically has neve…
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nice one op
save the planet - search with ecosia.

every search helps plant trees!

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Heinz Jalapeño sauce 297g 49p at B&M (INSTORE Bristol)

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Heinz jalapeño ketchup, when posted previously, this went hot at 79p, this is nearly half price. Lots on the shelf at the Bristol, St. Philips store, (NOT available in all stores)
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Lovely American import :D
phil19
Will have to visit our local store and see if they stock it, HEAT!!! :):):):):):)
to be fair they have stocked this for about 6 months but this is the end so get it while you can as it actually has heat unlike the UK crap.
Will have to visit our local store and see if they stock it, HEAT!!! :):):):):):)
Stock up while you can as the bottles have had this date on for months so it is the last of the stock. I will be trying to grab a few more as I am down to 6!
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Heinz jalapeño ketchup, when posted previously, this went hot at 79p, this is nearly half price.
Lots on the shelf at the Bristol, st. Philips store, may be national!
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Ketchup/Catsup - It's still red sauce to me! :)
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From Bristol: Bologna and Venice Trip £114.48 @ Venere £228.96

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Bologna and Venice are my two of my favourite Italian cities, along with Verona but food wise Bologna is where I've had some of the tastiest Italian meals. I've put together this short visit to Bol…
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Yep, I converted Euro to £ using Google conversion rated when I posted the deal.
Thanks for this, noticed the breakdown of prices includes a mix of pound Stirling and Euro, is the total fully calculated in pounds Stirling?
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Looks great I suppose the rooms are the same price even if it is just me myself and I?;)
Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some good looking hostels in Bologna and if you are willing to share bathrooms there are even cheaper and better rated places to stay.
I will have to research it later. Have you booked this or are you undecided?

Oh no I'm in the North West but I have done something similar myself. Bologna is a lovely city and its so easy using the trains too. I only suggest places to stay I'd be happy in myself and staying in the historic centre.
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ciarandanielbyrne1
Looks great I suppose the rooms are the same price even if it is just me myself and I?;)
Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some good looking hostels in Bologna and if you are willing to share bathrooms there are even cheaper and better rated places to stay.
I will have to research it later. Have you booked this or are you undecided?
ciarandanielbyrne1
Looks great I suppose the rooms are the same price even if it is just me myself and I?;)

Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some good looking hostels in Bologna and if you are willing to share bathrooms there are even cheaper and better rated places to stay.
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Free bags of Rock Salt @ Filton B&Q near Bristol

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The B&Q at Filton near Bristol is currently shutting down and has a lot of Rock Salt being given away. All you have to do is present the bags at the till and they scan at 0p. Not much good this time…
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I could go on but thought of sparing your brain it might be acking by now
or tell me if you want me to go on I will!!!![/quote]


Erm, dalipsinghno1, what's 'acking'?
Sorry, sorry, couldn't help myself. You made a fair point, several in fact. Well said.


Edited By: toomanychoices on Apr 18, 2016 18:25
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rsmorbitsound
Do you know if there were any other bargains in store as I'm local and might pop in if there's a clearance sale?
​oh so u want other people to do the dig work for you,if its ur local dont be so lazy and go see for urself



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Do you know if there were any other bargains in store as I'm local and might pop in if there's a clearance sale?
​oh so u want other people to do the dig work for you,if its ur local dont be so lazy and go see for urself
Isn't that the whole point of this website? We share information on good deals.

paneds mocmocamoc does have a point mocmocamoc was asking in reference to if some one has been to the store other than OP or even OP already and seen a bargain worth sharing for others to see and DellBoy has already been kind enough and posted some items!!

It's not being lazy maybe mocmocamoc doesn't want salt but might go if there is any thing else worth going their for. How do yo know mocmocamoc has just an hour or so slot from his work to make a quick visit and grab what he wants.

if it worth posting like OP has and people local to Filton B&Q near Bristol will now know to visit the store and go straight to the salt and get them for 0p and stock them for what ever purpose they intend to use it for. Other wise who would have thought of going to the Filton B&Q branch and think you know what I will go and pick a bag or two of salt in case it is free.... I don't even know why OP went but he did because he is DelBoy and was going to wheel and deal with a bag of salt.

I could go on but thought of sparing your brain it might be acking by now

or tell me if you want me to go on I will!!!!

Edited By: dalipsinghno1 on Apr 18, 2016 13:04
paneds
rsmorbitsound
Do you know if there were any other bargains in store as I'm local and might pop in if there's a clearance sale?
​oh so u want other people to do the dig work for you,if its ur local dont be so lazy and go see for urself

Isn't that the whole point of this website? We share information on good deals.
rsmorbitsound
Do you know if there were any other bargains in store as I'm local and might pop in if there's a clearance sale?


​oh so u want other people to do the dig work for you,if its ur local dont be so lazy and go see for urself
I once bought a Drain Pump, similar to a balloon pump but for clearing blocked sinks, it had a slight defect on one of the plastic parts that was quite distinctive, whoever had made the molds for that particular part had duplicated the slight defect so that it was the same on all of the pumps. Great sink drain clearer, even better that it only cost a Quid from Pound land.
I was in BQ a few weeks later and saw the same pump in a different coloured plastic, exactly the same defect.
BQ`s were charging £9.99, that why so many of them closed down a few years ago, the in-store TRADE POINT has helped their sales figures, but they are still very expensive for most of the items they sell and in some cases Daylight Robbery.
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BOSCH HBA13B150 Single Oven Stainless Steel 249.99 @ Gardiner Haskins

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One for folk living in the west country as they won't deliver very far I'm afraid Cheapest I've seen this Bosch oven. There is a further 10% of until Monday with code ELEC10. Ten quid for delivery
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vod
Yep, got one of them at £109 for my rental - got to love how JL honoured the cock up!
Just need something like that to happen again for my new place with a Neff :D
Think its Neffer going to happen.
Yeah I got the JL one for my rental as well.
As to the Neff, they are basically identical and Bosch owns Neff. Often just be a slight cosmetic change.
vod
Yep, got one of them at £109 for my rental - got to love how JL honoured the cock up!
Just need something like that to happen again for my new place with a Neff :D
Think its Neffer going to happen.
Yep, got one of them at £109 for my rental - got to love how JL honoured the cock up!

Just need something like that to happen again for my new place with a Neff :D
you_gotta_be_kidding
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' I'm afraid Cheapest I've seen this Bosch oven' ????? Be afraid, be very afraid of cheap prices. :) HEAT for deal.


​he should be afraid, I and many others got this (or very similar) for £53 from John Lewis a couple of years ago....

still heat added if it's the cheapest right now, if keep an eye out for cashbacks deals though


​it was £109 my bad, terrible memory, that's what you get with being so afraid.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-single-multifunction-oven-159-109-after-bosch-s-cashback-john-lewis-2031417
smugjojo
' I'm afraid Cheapest I've seen this Bosch oven' ????? Be afraid, be very afraid of cheap prices. :) HEAT for deal.


​he should be afraid, I and many others got this (or very similar) for £53 from John Lewis a couple of years ago....

still heat added if it's the cheapest right now, if keep an eye out for cashbacks deals though
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From Bristol: July/August 10 night family of 5 holiday to Majorca £304.90pp at Travelrepublic £1,524.52

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If you are looking for a July/August family getaway for larger families (5 people) then this is a lovely 10 night break to Majorca from Bristol. The hotel looks lovely and what stands out for me is th…
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Heat added! I'm useless at finding good hols. I'm looking for Spain for 2 adults 2 children in July/August 7-10 nights n cheapest k can find is 2 grand lol

I've posted quite a few different school holiday deals based on 2 adults and 2 children but none were £2k!!
Heat added! I'm useless at finding good hols. I'm looking for Spain for 2 adults 2 children in July/August 7-10 nights n cheapest k can find is 2 grand lol
Well found :) will try that later for 2 adults and a baby fire mid May! Thanks ;)
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B&Q Bristol (Fox Den Rd/ Stoke Gifford) closing down sale 10-15-20% off

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B&Q Bristol (Fox Den Rd/ Stoke Gifford) closing down sale - everything at least 10% off, somethings-like wallpaper 20% etc. The store closes on 15 of June.
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wow! I wonder what we will get in its place!
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Gillette and Wilkinson razors, blades, geal and foam @ Asda Bristol £0.75

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Gillette and Wilkinson razors, blades, geal and foam @ Asda Bristol. Lots on the shelfs. Priced from 0.75£
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It's national if you can find them. Asda are getting rid of a lot of lines throughout the store all sorts of different things but they seem to be very difficult to track down. i can't seem to find any in Granthams Asda.
rubberbullets
Possibly only INSTORE?
Most likely as ASDA barely ever offer reduced to clear items on grocery site
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Possibly only INSTORE?
thedvdmonster
What's with the £ after the numbers ?

?What's with the space before the question mark

Edited By: aleem on Apr 07, 2016 11:10
Whats geal....
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Ikea Bristol & Others Fish Fridays - Battered Cod Fillet, Chips & Peas £1.00

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Ikea Bristol doing Cod,chips & peas on Fridays for a £1 until 29 April. FREE tea or coffee as well . With your IKEA FAMILY card, Monday to Friday, which is free to join. https://secure.ikea.com/…
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We were up in the Belfast one today. Didn't know about the offer until we arrived. The fish was fine. It didn't look over-processed at all. Had disks of flesh inside as you'd expect from a bit of cod. Bargain.
Couldn't resist the bargain and tried on Friday... should've done not nice. Couldn't eat it in fact. Gone down hill since I last had fish there
FREE tea or coffee
With your IKEA FAMILY card, Monday to Friday.
Same offer in Ikea Manchester.
Duelling Duck
MisterSkinflint
I cannot believe what some people will shove into their systems just because it only costs a pound.
I cannot believe the comments people make, even though it costs nothing to be quiet.


​Quiet like you.......
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Bristol to Ibiza 5 nights, 4 of 5 tripadvisor rate based two adults one child self catering with car hire 8th to 13th april pp £93.08

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Prize brakedown Flight Ryanair - £96.86 Accommodation travel republic PONIENTE PLAYA APARTMENTS - £143.02 Car hire hiper car Opel Corsa or similar - £39,36
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You are quite right Ollie87, it should be ' I did a quick google search' or I have done a quick google search etc., shocking that the educational system let these people out.
kamenitzabrit
I done a quick google search, and 'brakedown' is actually the name of a Transformer ...... so does that mean that the prize is actually a child's toy (and what exactly is the competition we need to enter to win the prize) ???
How on earth does it all fit with a holiday to Ibiza ?

Perhaps you meant 'price breakdown' ?

Looks like you should be the last person to be picking up other users on their spelling and grammar.

Edited By: ollie87 on Mar 07, 2016 14:08
I done a quick google search, and 'brakedown' is actually the name of a Transformer ...... so does that mean that the prize is actually a child's toy (and what exactly is the competition we need to enter to win the prize) ???
How on earth does it all fit with a holiday to Ibiza ?

Perhaps you meant 'price breakdown' ?

Edited By: kamenitzabrit on Mar 07, 2016 07:27
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BRISTOL TO IBIZA RETURN FLIGHTS JUST £26.50 pp, Departing late April 2016 @ Ryanair

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Long time no see peeps ') Bristol to Ibiza return flight JUST £26.50 per person Departing 20/4/16 based on 7 nights This does not include Hold luggage but you are permitted to carry one item
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Great to see mark back posting real deals rather than the 7 night holidays with 3 day connection rubbish that passes for a deal here nowadays!
ultrak3wl
Llantarnam
ultrak3wl
Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get you in, then they will find some way to charge you 70 quid for some violation of their small print. Avoid.
Can't understand people with this attitude. The terms and conditions are clearly stated. If you don't think you can comply with them, then don't buy the ticket.
It's a bit like somebody taking the cheapest room in the hotel and then complaining that they haven't got panoramic sea views. Ultimately in life you get what you pay for.
Well obviously all airlines have terms and conditions but they don't use them deliberately as a way to trip up people who didn't read them carefully enough and force them to pay legal-but-unexpected charges. Ryanair are well known for their anti-customer attitude and their chief executive regularly brags about how he swears at passengers.


Seems horsepills was on the right airline then with a CE like that ;)
Llantarnam
ultrak3wl
Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get you in, then they will find some way to charge you 70 quid for some violation of their small print. Avoid.
Can't understand people with this attitude. The terms and conditions are clearly stated. If you don't think you can comply with them, then don't buy the ticket.
It's a bit like somebody taking the cheapest room in the hotel and then complaining that they haven't got panoramic sea views. Ultimately in life you get what you pay for.
Well obviously all airlines have terms and conditions but they don't use them deliberately as a way to trip up people who didn't read them carefully enough and force them to pay legal-but-unexpected charges. Ryanair are well known for their anti-customer attitude and their chief executive regularly brags about how he swears at passengers.
horsepills
Chasloyal
horsepills
seaniboy
horsepills
seaniboy
You have normalised drug use to your children by not making clear to them it is wrong AND illegal
Again, what on earth are you talking about? You've jumped to so many conclusions in this thread that I'm starting to wonder if you have some kind of problem. How do you know what my reaction was? How do you determine what I have or haven't told my children about drugs?? You harp on about how you don't judge people about their drug use but you're pretty quick to make judgements about me..
Bizarre.
You are there to guide your kids what is right and wrong, allowing anyone to take drugs in front of your kids puts them at risk, ask any police officer, social worker or the majority of parents.
You allowed it to happen, dismissed it as "a few lines of coke" and allowed your children to see it, took no action to punish drug use in front of your children by alerting the cabin crew to alert police on arrival.
You are MEANT to be the adult that teaches your children, right from wrong - the very foundation of laws of the land.
You dismissed it, allowed your children to see it and took no appropriate action in a public place and taught your children drug use in such consumption is ok, trafficking drugs on a plane is ok, taking drugs on a plane is ok. When you should have taught your child doing anything with drugs is illegal and the police come and arrest you for it.
Young men have enough common sense to know right from wrong, children dont, thats why parental guidance
What a cheek to moan about the issue when you done nothing to address the issue. Do all the drugs you want yourself, I have no issue, but allowing drugs to be taken in front of any child...
Jeez you don't half spout a load of nonsense do you??! All I said was that I didn't alert cabin staff and that's enough for you to jump to all sorts of conclusions. I chose at the time to have a word with the lads doing it - that was enough to sort it out. I saw no need to exacerbate the situation by alerting staff/police, and probably turning a moderate situation into a serious confrontation.
I won't comment further. I've read enough of your stupid rants to add you to my ignore list.
I'd like to have seen you going all Dixon of Dock Green "having a word" with some of our firm (_;)
Oh and how could I forget to mention the usage of the term 'jeez' hohoho now that has 'I'm a 24 carat melt' written all over it, let it go dinlow because you're mugging yourself off more with each response X)
Bit rich coming from someone using more made up rhyming slang than Del Boy (_;)
Your "firm"? I ask myself. Has someone been watching too many Danny Dyer movies?

Erm David Jason grew up in Middlesex and is actually rather well spoken, I grew up in Stratford and talk common as fxxx so have another go gobby.

As for talking about 'firm' erm it's a term we've used to describe our circle of friends dating back to school days in the mid 80's ....... exactly around the time that Debden residing dinlow you mentioned was getting bullied at school for being whu in Millwall and Charlton country.

Want to have another go at making yourself look even more intellectually challenged about subjects you clearly know zip about or are you going to knock it on the head because you're blatantly struggling here against an ASBO who left school at 15 with zero qualifications aren't you?
Chasloyal
horsepills
seaniboy
horsepills
seaniboy
You have normalised drug use to your children by not making clear to them it is wrong AND illegal
Again, what on earth are you talking about? You've jumped to so many conclusions in this thread that I'm starting to wonder if you have some kind of problem. How do you know what my reaction was? How do you determine what I have or haven't told my children about drugs?? You harp on about how you don't judge people about their drug use but you're pretty quick to make judgements about me..
Bizarre.
You are there to guide your kids what is right and wrong, allowing anyone to take drugs in front of your kids puts them at risk, ask any police officer, social worker or the majority of parents.
You allowed it to happen, dismissed it as "a few lines of coke" and allowed your children to see it, took no action to punish drug use in front of your children by alerting the cabin crew to alert police on arrival.
You are MEANT to be the adult that teaches your children, right from wrong - the very foundation of laws of the land.
You dismissed it, allowed your children to see it and took no appropriate action in a public place and taught your children drug use in such consumption is ok, trafficking drugs on a plane is ok, taking drugs on a plane is ok. When you should have taught your child doing anything with drugs is illegal and the police come and arrest you for it.
Young men have enough common sense to know right from wrong, children dont, thats why parental guidance
What a cheek to moan about the issue when you done nothing to address the issue. Do all the drugs you want yourself, I have no issue, but allowing drugs to be taken in front of any child...
Jeez you don't half spout a load of nonsense do you??! All I said was that I didn't alert cabin staff and that's enough for you to jump to all sorts of conclusions. I chose at the time to have a word with the lads doing it - that was enough to sort it out. I saw no need to exacerbate the situation by alerting staff/police, and probably turning a moderate situation into a serious confrontation.
I won't comment further. I've read enough of your stupid rants to add you to my ignore list.
I'd like to have seen you going all Dixon of Dock Green "having a word" with some of our firm (_;)
Oh and how could I forget to mention the usage of the term 'jeez' hohoho now that has 'I'm a 24 carat melt' written all over it, let it go dinlow because you're mugging yourself off more with each response X)

Bit rich coming from someone using more made up rhyming slang than Del Boy (_;)

Your "firm"? I ask myself. Has someone been watching too many Danny Dyer movies?
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Free hot drink at Foyles in Cabot Circus (Bristol) when you download the Cabot Circus app

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From an email received today (24/02/16): FREE HOT DRINK AT FOYLES Download the Cabot Circus PLUS app Foyles are offering you a free hot drink when you download the Cabot Circus PLUS app. Why
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Bargain Easter Break to Majorca (8 nights/9 days based on 2A) from Bristol £104.47pp Inc Flights, Hotel and Transfers (£208.94) @ Alpharooms

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If any of you fancy a budget Easter break then check out this bargain from Bristol. Leaving on 22nd March flying with Ryanair to Majorca and returning on 30th March with Easyjet back to Bristol this t…
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That hotel looks pretty disgusting. Great flights though <3
heat for effort
Thanks, my kids break up on the 18th of March so perfect dates :-)
Yes 2a is [url=http://i1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc409/databar/Screenshot%20133.png][/url]
Is it because you have 2a and 2c? Also you just need a one way as the other flight is Ryanair.
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NEW!! Plymouth to Bristol Bus 14-27th February £1.00 @ stagecoachbus

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From Plymouth to Bristol & back again 24/7 The South West Falcon is a brand new coach service from Stagecoach South West connecting Plymouth, Exeter, Taunton, Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centr…
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brilliant service, you can have an evening out in bristol and get back the same night instead of having to book Hotels, Hope people support this service


​exactly its great I'm just on way to Plymouth to see a uni mate left at 4:45 get there 8 ish and I'll get the bus back at 12 tomorrow. All for £1 surprised this hasn't got more heat. as well as under 25's always getting returns less than £5. also all the coaches are brand new with WiFi, toilet and wall sockets with comfy seats..
Greyham
I've been waiting for this for years, finally a good connection to Bristol airport and all those cheap flights but why is it not routed through torbay one of the biggest urban areas of the Westcountry? Think of all the business they are missing out on!!! Graham


​Was just thinking about this. Could possibly be because the driver would go over their driving limit. Which I think is 4 hours. as longest journey 3hr 40 so 20 mins to allow for traffic.
brilliant service, you can have an evening out in bristol and get back the same night instead of having to book Hotels, Hope people support this service
Was looking at this after booking a couple of holidays flying from Bristol. The route is along the A38/M5 to keep journey times down but the nearest stops for me are at the Exeter park and rides off the M5.

So I'd still need to drive to catch this service and the park and rides don't appear to allow overnight parking (never mind how much it would cost to park there compared to airport) so no good when off on one's jollies. My flights are too early in the morning to be able to use the 2 buses I'd need to catch to get to this service as none of the normal local services run 24/7 like this one!

So easiest option for me is still to drive to airport and pay around £30 per week. Which makes this service only significantly cheaper if going on holiday for more than a week anyway when there's two of us travelling.

May use it for a day out in Plymouth or Bristol if it stacks up well to the train, especially while the tickets are on offer at a quid.
I've been waiting for this for years, finally a good connection to Bristol airport and all those cheap flights but why is it not routed through torbay one of the biggest urban areas of the Westcountry? Think of all the business they are missing out on!!! Graham