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Join National Trust Scotland and still visit the England sites, save £££'s

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If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo…
If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo…
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Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)

I'm sure if NT wanted to stop English residents buying Scottish or NZ or Bahamian membership and visiting English properties they could have worked out how to very simply stop it, just as you have. The fact is the NT has been happy to allow English residents to visit English properties when they hold membership of foreign reciprocal body for many years. If they wanted it stopped, they could have stopped it years ago. Maybe they're happy to sell visitors coffee and cake, car parking and other ancillary stuff. Your faux outrage isn't reflected in the NT, and the only abuse is from you accusing others of acting on the level of tax cheats.

Perhaps you objecting to actions the NT doesn't appear to mind at all, you should ask yourself why the NT is (much) more expensive than equivalent organisations. Don't they also have the high costs of maintenance of properties etc.

And again, if you object to people using facilities cheaper than others pay, then i take it you haven't taken your free bus pass, claimed your fuel allowance, claimed a two for one pizza or paid a concessionary fare at the cinema etc etc. In fact, what attracts you to hukd? (And please no 'but this is a charity'. The NT doesn't act like a charity, as most think of one, in any respect. The exact opposite infact, extremely business minded with the best legal advice to protect their interests and squeeze the last penny from their thousands of rental properties for example.)
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)
How ever will I sleep tonight?
GlennTheBaker
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)
Ah all these moral arguments. For 99% of people their employer screws them over with crap wages. It's a dog eat dog world. You've got to be prepared to not be the one getting bitten all the time. That's why we're all on a deals site.
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
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Kids go free legoland and 25 merlin attractions chessington alton towers warwick castle sea life ect when buying batman lego movie tickets at odeon cinema online

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It's time to experience Batman's awesome world in ‘The Lego Batman Movie', in cinemas 10th February.  Advance book for the hilarious LEGO mayhem and you can enjoy your own adventure at LEGOLAND Win…
It's time to experience Batman's awesome world in ‘The Lego Batman Movie', in cinemas 10th February.  Advance book for the hilarious LEGO mayhem and you can enjoy your own adventure at LEGOLAND Win…
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dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.


McDonald's Happy Meal boxes currently sporting Lego Batman decals. The top has a Legoland voucher for half price entry for upto 5 people, providing at least 1 is a child.
dijital
stemc56
dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.
Maybe its a London thing then, its odd when you DONT find a 241 offer in Cadburys chocs here (for me at least). An alternative would be buying the 241 vouchers from ebay for £1-£2
Ha lol im up north and have not seen any around so this worked out our best option the kids wanted to see new lego movie thr odeon here is only £3 per ticket plus we saved about £15 on warwick castle tickets so a win win for us ☺
stemc56
dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.

Maybe its a London thing then, its odd when you DONT find a 241 offer in Cadburys chocs here (for me at least). An alternative would be buying the 241 vouchers from ebay for £1-£2

Edited By: dijital on Feb 14, 2017 13:14: That man has a hat....
dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
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25% Off Entry for up to 4 people to Diggerland via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird

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If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 25% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Price Information Free Downloadable Voucher for 25% off admission prices to any Diggerland U…
If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 25% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Price Information Free Downloadable Voucher for 25% off admission prices to any Diggerland U…
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Thanks.. Happened to use it today itself.. Heat added
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Bargain - Thorpe park stay at Shark Hotel PLUS 2 days tickets + fast-track until 11am + Breakfast + Free Wi-Fi & parking & More from as little as £33pp (Based on 2A & 2C) £132.00

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Ridiculously cheap for Stay in shark Hotel, 1hr unlimited fast-track on rides, free parking, free Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast and continue the fun back at the THORPE SHARK Hotel — spot all the nautical s…
Ridiculously cheap for Stay in shark Hotel, 1hr unlimited fast-track on rides, free parking, free Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast and continue the fun back at the THORPE SHARK Hotel — spot all the nautical s…
goonertillidie Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago86 Comments
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Thanks Gooner booked tickets for two of us in May for £136.
Neobrown
How expensive are the rides? Guessing its not including in price

You get park tickets included..
How expensive are the rides? Guessing its not including in price
3-11? Are you **** serious? 12-15 young adults, 16 and up adults?

3-16 Kids
17-18 Young Adults
18 up - Adults

I always think its stupid and fraudulent that they never charge the same, why does it even matter? you can have like 10 kids go and its cheaper then 2 adults

Edited By: TheGuyWhoNeverGetsSamples on Feb 14, 2017 10:57: Error
piece of advice guys phone them and book it i had problems on the internet and others have been charged twice so best bet to ring and book it. I've sorted my booking via a phone call
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Sun superdays offer - Incls Alton Towers, Chessington, Legoland or Madam Tussauds, Seal Life, Shrek. £5.70

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Hi Just received an email regarding Sun superdays. The link provided shows the dates when you could collect the tokens for different theme parks including Alton Towers, Chessington, Legoland or Mad…
Hi Just received an email regarding Sun superdays. The link provided shows the dates when you could collect the tokens for different theme parks including Alton Towers, Chessington, Legoland or Mad…
ohdearohdear Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago30 Comments
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Anyone had their tickets yet??
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toto123
i bought today's newspaper and there is a code at the last page just like last year but i tried to login into superdays website to get the code entered online so i can redeem online but there no option!
anyone can help?
if this is a postal tickets so why they put codes ?
Hiya, the codes on the back of the newspaper are for their new app CalleD 'SUN SAVERS' which allows you to collect 28 codes and you receive a 'free £5 for every 28 codes'
If you work it out, you're actually losing money because 28 newspapers is worth more than the £5 you will get for free. However if you're buying the paper everyday or for the tokens it's still an ok investment in the long run :)
Oh thanks, but no explanation anywhere in the newspaper about that!
I bought the last 15 newspaper but thrown it away as i did not know about that :(
toto123
i bought today's newspaper and there is a code at the last page just like last year but i tried to login into superdays website to get the code entered online so i can redeem online but there no option!
anyone can help?
if this is a postal tickets so why they put codes ?

Hiya, the codes on the back of the newspaper are for their new app CalleD 'SUN SAVERS' which allows you to collect 28 codes and you receive a 'free £5 for every 28 codes'
If you work it out, you're actually losing money because 28 newspapers is worth more than the £5 you will get for free. However if you're buying the paper everyday or for the tokens it's still an ok investment in the long run :)
I got the tickets last year by signing up to the sun+ and got to chose a date, does anyone know if you can still get the tickets by signing up online or if its only by collecting the paper?
You chose from a series of date bands then you get allocated a date within those. You chose 5 different date bands in order of preference. For example one date band is 18th April to 13th May, so you'd be allocated a date within those.
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FREE Entry for Mums & Grans (when accompanied by 1 child) on Mother's Day (March 26th 2017) @ Eden Project

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FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren, kids under 4 go FREE & it doesn't say anywhere on the site
FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren, kids under 4 go FREE & it doesn't say anywhere on the site
wishihadadonkey Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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Surprised this is legal in these PC times - a sign of change around the corner?
deeky
So I have to pay? Meh :(

You'll have to wait until grumpy old men day :p
deeky
So I have to pay? Meh :(


​Discrimination at its best ;)
So I have to pay? Meh :(
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Mums go FREE Mother's Day Weekend 25th-26th March 2017 @ Gullivers World (+ You Can Book Online)

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Just spotted that Gulliver's were running this offer again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones. Mums go FREE throughout Mother’s Day Weekend (25th-26th March 2017)…
Just spotted that Gulliver's were running this offer again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones. Mums go FREE throughout Mother’s Day Weekend (25th-26th March 2017)…
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"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"
Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?
Thank you for pointing out my error, I think to err is human, I am human, though some days with 3 kids, 5 dogs & a husband who wears tweed & velvet, I wish I was on a different planet. I hope my 7000 odd deals have helped some people somewhere along the line, even if I do make the odd faux pas :D

Good, now don't do it again! ;)
UncleWilly
"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"
Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?


Thank you for pointing out my error, I think to err is human, I am human, though some days with 3 kids, 5 dogs & a husband who wears tweed & velvet, I wish I was on a different planet. I hope my 7000 odd deals have helped some people somewhere along the line, even if I do make the odd faux pas :D
"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"

Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?
Original Poster :)
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I've never known what "op" means. Heat added


​i think operator
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Free Entry to The Donkey Sanctuary Sidmouth ( + Manchester / Leeds / Birmingham / Belfast / Derbyshire / Ivybridge / Spain / Italy / Ireland)

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With Feb Half Term & Easter Hols not far off, I've been looking for cheap things to do with the kids, whilst searching I came across The Donkey Sanctuary based at Sidmouth in Devon which I did know ab…
With Feb Half Term & Easter Hols not far off, I've been looking for cheap things to do with the kids, whilst searching I came across The Donkey Sanctuary based at Sidmouth in Devon which I did know ab…
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it's always free...

Not many people are aware of that though & I certainly did not know that they have other centres :)
it's always free...
I love the donkey sanctuary, they do some wonderful work!
supasta
Cold! This place only has donkeys, don't be fooled by the name.
Don't be an ass!oO
I got married at the Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth :) it's a lovely place, if I didn't live so far away I would be there all the time. You can also sponsor a donkey, we had our adopted donkeys as our special guests at our wedding <3

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Lightwater Valley. Fab Feb Fun event = £6.00 per person (+2.50 admin fee per order)

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Don't let rainy days be boring this half-term - enjoy a fun family day out at Lightwater Valley! Ideal for 8's and unders we have heaps to do both indoors and outdoors with a selection of rides and g…
Don't let rainy days be boring this half-term - enjoy a fun family day out at Lightwater Valley! Ideal for 8's and unders we have heaps to do both indoors and outdoors with a selection of rides and g…
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booked :D
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Sorry to be a pedant but you need to add the £2.50 admin fee into the title unless there is a way to get around paying it?

just added to title
Sorry to be a pedant but you need to add the £2.50 admin fee into the title unless there is a way to get around paying it?
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Eurotunnel Half Price Day Trip - £23.00 Return - (14th - 16th Feb 2017)

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* Terms and Conditions • Available for a limited period only - 14th-16th February 2017. • £23 return, half price day trip. Usually £46 return. • £23 terms and conditions apply. Subject to avail…
* Terms and Conditions • Available for a limited period only - 14th-16th February 2017. • £23 return, half price day trip. Usually £46 return. • £23 terms and conditions apply. Subject to avail…
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Anyone know what the current duty-free hash limits are?

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How much would it cost to take a vw transporter on the shuttle?
good opportunity to stock up on your duty paid wine.Come 2019 it will be back to 5l per person.
OliWarner
Do you still get mobbed by refugees for this price? But seriously, haven't used it recently, have they improved things for their paying travelers?
the jungle got demolished months ago
Do you still get mobbed by refugees for this price? But seriously, haven't used it recently, have they improved things for their paying travelers?
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Thailand 4* Baan Lukkan Patong Resort Phuket from LONDON (4-14.6) return flight, 9 nights + Phi Phi and Khai Islands Speedboat day trip £792.53 per couple or £396.27 pp @ multi links inc. trivago/travel Trolley

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£296.87 x 2 = £593.74 (4-14.6) http://www.traveltrolley.co.uk/BookFlightSK.aspx?DestinationFrom=LON&StartDate=04&StartMonth=0617&DestinationTo=HKT&DestTo=HKT&EndDate=14&EndMonth=0617&AdultCnt=1&Child…
£296.87 x 2 = £593.74 (4-14.6) http://www.traveltrolley.co.uk/BookFlightSK.aspx?DestinationFrom=LON&StartDate=04&StartMonth=0617&DestinationTo=HKT&DestTo=HKT&EndDate=14&EndMonth=0617&AdultCnt=1&Child…
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I live and work in SE Asia for 10 months of the year and have done for many years. Patong is Benidorm but without the class oO. Rip-offs abound and increasingly has spread to the rest of the island. Thailand, the real Thailand, has to be one of the easiest places in the world to travel around, do it yourself, just book a flight.
woldranger
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casablancas
Good price but stay away from Patong. Karon or Kata are nicer which are nearby. Ao Nang is my preferred option for this area of Thailand, about 2 hours on a boat from Phuket
Please can you offer suggestions with links to places that have similar prices? Otherwise, it's kind of like saying, "Yeah, that's a good price for camping in Calne, but camping on Necker Island is way nicer."
No it's not. Ao Nang is a place, not a resort or hotel. I'm with Casablancas when it comes to Patong - if you're into ping pong shows, massaaaaaaages and being surrounded by package holiday makers then you're laughing. But for 4* and flights, this is a good price - shame you're going to be spending a chunk of your holiday sheltering from the pouring rain - our summer is their wet season!
June isnt exactly the wet season, its a great time to go. Yes there may be rain but its usually short bursts late or early and then clears up and is a welcome relief.
pat0000
Hi guys, I'm thinking of going to Bangkok for 10 days, maybe 5 HK, 5 Bangkok. I've never been there before, can anybody give me some advice, I;m going by myself, any problems for single man travelling to Bangkok? Where to stay/avoid, best time to go. Best attractions,any help appreciated.


​pat....

all depends what you want really. Bangkok has everything. Great nightlife, great markets, great food, historical sites (and the sleaze side of life if thats what you want) and is very very cheap even with the pound being so poor.

I have my favourites. but you have to be more specific to what you'd like. I've been many times to thailand but I head to other places like

Koh Sok National Park
Railay Beach
Ko phayam
Samilian Islands
Pracup Kiri Kan
and many more. but if you decide only to do bkk for 5 nights. I would probably stay near the centre....between sukhumvit soi 1 to 24...would be my advice for accomodation.
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Good price but stay away from Patong. Karon or Kata are nicer which are nearby. Ao Nang is my preferred option for this area of Thailand, about 2 hours on a boat from Phuket
Please can you offer suggestions with links to places that have similar prices? Otherwise, it's kind of like saying, "Yeah, that's a good price for camping in Calne, but camping on Necker Island is way nicer."

put it this way, go ANYWHERE but Patong, unless you are interested in sex tourism
dont book that trip, normal boat trip will cost £20pp. as for phuket, patong is the busy place, but if u are a couple, or elder, then go to the other beaches.

I've been twice..
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Free Wine on Day Trip Return with Voucher @ P&O Ferries

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South Lakes Safari zoo. free zoo entry until 11/02/2017

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Safari zoo free entry until 11 Feb 2017. Melton Terrace, Lindal-in-Furness, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 0LU free entry for kids & adults. great day out.
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I live 5 minutes away, went with my girlfriend and nephew a couple of weeks ago. It is completely free entry, I don't know why people are saying otherwise.

The only things you could pay for are extras, such as a map of the park or a wristband that lets you feed the animals.
Too far from London :(
Heat from me anyway :)
its not even free oO:{
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StenaLine have a great day trip deal to Glasgow from Belfast for only £10 day return (Wed and Thurs) and £15 on Saturdays leading up to Christmas. Great for a bit of Christmas shopping, visiting the C…
StenaLine have a great day trip deal to Glasgow from Belfast for only £10 day return (Wed and Thurs) and £15 on Saturdays leading up to Christmas. Great for a bit of Christmas shopping, visiting the C…
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Nothing you can't watch on a video as everything is on TVs in it anyway ..no grand staircase or anything grand at all ..shameless tricksters
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Especially now Titanic Belfast is the world's leading tourist attraction, allegedly (personally think it's not even Belfast's leading tourist attraction!)..... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-38183075
It's nowhere near belfasts top tourist attraction despite the claims ..yes a lot of people go there but if they bothered to hang around for their feedback it's disappointing and I'm from Belfast and been to Titanic

I agree, the outside of the building is the most impressive part, better saving the money and not going inside!
Oops heat for the day trips wish I had time I love Glasgow
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Especially now Titanic Belfast is the world's leading tourist attraction, allegedly (personally think it's not even Belfast's leading tourist attraction!)..... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-38183075

It's nowhere near belfasts top tourist attraction despite the claims ..yes a lot of people go there but if they bothered to hang around for their feedback it's disappointing and I'm from Belfast and been to Titanic
Ahh would have loved this if it was other way round! Cheers tho. Hot :)
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Go Below Amazing day out! 1-4 tickets up to 49% off £32.50 @ Groupon

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Rated as 5 stars by TripAdvisor, this is a fantastic day out up in North Wales. I've done the Ultimate Zip trip twice and the Ultimate Extreme trip once (you can arrange a private trip if you have
Rated as 5 stars by TripAdvisor, this is a fantastic day out up in North Wales. I've done the Ultimate Zip trip twice and the Ultimate Extreme trip once (you can arrange a private trip if you have
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This is a really fun day out. My kids really enjoyed the 'Bounce Below' option.
I believe they have closed the old "path" now. The last video I seen was of a new one which looked pretty dull and safe lol.
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http://ukcaving.com/wiki/index.php/Croesor_Rhosydd_Through_Trip
Done something similar off my own back with a group of friends, mega good fun. Ended up being benighted in the cave and not being able to see the patch of 'daylight' that marked the exit. Then had to hike back across a mountain at 1AM.
​Started reading it thinking it's something I'd try... stopped at "Third Bridge (The Bridge of Death)" !!
Is it worse than El Camino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmDhRvvs5Xw especially around the 1 min 20 seconds mark if you havn't watched this before i believe its alot safer nowadays.
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http://ukcaving.com/wiki/index.php/Croesor_Rhosydd_Through_Trip

Done something similar off my own back with a group of friends, mega good fun. Ended up being benighted in the cave and not being able to see the patch of 'daylight' that marked the exit. Then had to hike back across a mountain at 1AM.


​Started reading it thinking it's something I'd try... stopped at "Third Bridge (The Bridge of Death)" !!
I went on the extreme trip here earlier this year with a group of friends on a stag do. It was brilliant. I'm tempted to go again.

Our guide did say the normal trip is significantly shorter and definitely aimed at a younger crowd.

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12 Days of Fishmas (2 for £10.00 Local offer) @ The National Marine Aquarium Plymouth

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For the first 12 days of December anyone with a PL postcode can purchase any two tickets to the Aquarium for £10. Proof of address will be needed on entry. 12 Days of Fishmas – December Offer Th…
For the first 12 days of December anyone with a PL postcode can purchase any two tickets to the Aquarium for £10. Proof of address will be needed on entry. 12 Days of Fishmas – December Offer Th…
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5% off Day Trips and Short Breaks with Voucher @ Experience Mad

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Knowsley Safari Park - £15.00 per car starting 11-11-16

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From 11th November tickets are priced at £15:00 per car,
From 11th November tickets are priced at £15:00 per car,
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Please be aware this offer has finished.

It is currently 'Half Price admission for CHILDREN at £6.25' Adults £16.50/OAPs £12.50

The £15.00 per car offer will be back Monday-Friday in March 2017.
Is that weekends as well?
waste of time now as it's autumn/winter so hardly animals will come out in the cold but you could be lucky I suppose
How much on foot :)?
What??!! What happened to £10 per car. Brexit for ya
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Half price day trip to France via eurotunnel from £23.00 (per car, return)

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Eurotunnel are offering half price day return trips for travel on Mondays to Thursdays between 7th Nov and 8th Dec. Perfect for topping up pre Christmas! Can only book over the phone though Call 0844
Eurotunnel are offering half price day return trips for travel on Mondays to Thursdays between 7th Nov and 8th Dec. Perfect for topping up pre Christmas! Can only book over the phone though Call 0844
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It's a jungle out there ;)


​deforestation.......
It's a jungle out there ;)
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The trip where you go alone... and come back with lots of friends... and hate and are shamed of being British ;)


​nowt to be ashamed of ;)
The trip where you go alone... and come back with lots of friends... and hate and are shamed of being British ;)
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Gulliver's Theme Park Family of 4 Ticket - £39 (£41.20 with Delivery) instead of £75.80 with Living Social

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£39 instead of £75.80 for a gift ticket for a family of four to any Gulliver's Theme Park in a choice of three locations - have a grand day out in 2017 and save up to 49% Valid during 2017 summer h…
£39 instead of £75.80 for a gift ticket for a family of four to any Gulliver's Theme Park in a choice of three locations - have a grand day out in 2017 and save up to 49% Valid during 2017 summer h…
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Lightwater Valley tickets £15.00 each (or maybe less) until end of October.

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Lightwater Valley tickets are £20 or less online (dependent on height, student etc). - use code 'fright' - from Metro FM to get tickets until the end of October. (apparently half original price) Ther…
Lightwater Valley tickets are £20 or less online (dependent on height, student etc). - use code 'fright' - from Metro FM to get tickets until the end of October. (apparently half original price) Ther…
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south lakes safari zoo 'free' entry all winter including half term - Event wristband £6.00

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South lakes safari zoo have their free winter offer starting on oct 22nd until February Free entry however each adult must buy an events wristband for £6 which entitles them to giraffe, lemur feedi…
South lakes safari zoo have their free winter offer starting on oct 22nd until February Free entry however each adult must buy an events wristband for £6 which entitles them to giraffe, lemur feedi…
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we love it here, well worth going, kids love feeding the animals!
Free entry but you have to pay!!!?
work that one out..
where is this offer. i can only see a day pass at £16.50 with up to 4 children free. thanks
Event pass is compulsory for adults but not for children so admission costs would be as stated
Says £6 each for adult and kids over 3 are also £6 each :
All Inclusive Pass: This pass allows you to take part in One of our daily Giraffe Feedings, Lemur Feeding, One Way Ticket on the Land Train, One Way Ticket on the Steam Train on the Safari Zoo Narrow Gauge Railway, Skating Session and Children’s Bouncy Castle Session (11 & Under Only) (All activities subject to availability & are only valid for the wearer of the wristband)

Still an excellent deal heat given

Xmas event starts 3rd December and all wristbands look like £8 each, some good savings

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Half Term FlamingoLand Family Pass Half Price £58.00 @ HallamFM

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Family Pass - 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children The perfect family day out for half-term Voucher valid until 30th October 2016
Family Pass - 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children The perfect family day out for half-term Voucher valid until 30th October 2016
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These are also available on Wish FMs website
Good deal, heat added :3
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FREE Kids Bike Workshops over Half Term @ Halfords

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Halfords are running FREE Bike Club Workshops again over half term for children aged 7-11. The workshops are held at 430 Halfords shops across the UK. Kids will learn everything from checking their…
Halfords are running FREE Bike Club Workshops again over half term for children aged 7-11. The workshops are held at 430 Halfords shops across the UK. Kids will learn everything from checking their…
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Teach kids how to repair the bikes that they steal lol
No good here seeing as half term is this week. Even had a look to see if our local store had a different date to coincide with the half term dates but they don't
If only they would send half of their staff on the same course, they might learn how to put front forks on the right way around! Get your kids on a Bikeability course, usually free and taught by qualified professionals. Voted Hot for the freebies :)

Edited By: TheMexicaliKid on Oct 19, 2016 06:56
Booked for my kids, let's see if it will be a worth while.
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Lightwater Valley Half Price Family Ticket - Sun FM - £76.00

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Half price family ticket to Lightwater Valley which includes 2 queue jumpers for each person which seems like a bargain! Only valid till end of October! Edit: got a break down of the prices.
Half price family ticket to Lightwater Valley which includes 2 queue jumpers for each person which seems like a bargain! Only valid till end of October! Edit: got a break down of the prices.
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is ligjtwater valley still there? ??... blumin ek last time I was there was 25 years ago!

Showing your age...unless you were 1 year old when you last went 8)
is ligjtwater valley still there? ??... blumin ek last time I was there was 25 years ago!
Tickets are £20 per person or £80 for ANY 4 people (family). Even with the queue jumpers at £3 each (£24) I cannot see how the full price of the ticket on offer is £152
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South Lakes Safari Zoo - 2 Adults + 2 Children £8.25 via 2BR (usual price £33, Burnley Radio)

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Only a few weekends left for this offer but for £8.25 this is really good value! Expiry Date: 31 October 2016 23:59. T&C’s * VOUCHERS DISPLAYED ON PHONES ARE NOT ACCEPTED PLEASE BRING THE PRI…
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If these run out they are on wish FM for £9.90 and also half price vouchers for flamingo land


​ good to know, thanks :)
If these run out they are on wish FM for £9.90 and also half price vouchers for flamingo land
10 vouchers remaining
Fab price, thanks OP!
37 vouchers remaining at time of post
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Gulliver's Theme Parks ALL tickets reduced to £9 this weekend (8th & 9th October) with Food Bank Donation

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Basically, book online, bring your booking confirmation and a food item to donate on the day! £9 Entry + Food Bank Donation Entrance to the park for the day with use of all rides and attractions
Basically, book online, bring your booking confirmation and a food item to donate on the day! £9 Entry + Food Bank Donation Entrance to the park for the day with use of all rides and attractions
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No, but I have seen the countless ones that lambast Daily Mail reading thickos and point out that you have to have a referral from social services to get food from a food bank.
Please tell me your not that naive, you think these people dont know how to get round that.. lol
​Please don't tell me that you are that black hearted that you don't see that the majority of people have a very genuine need. having used food banks at times myself (single parent with a brain tumor amongst other things) you have to provide evidence such as bank statements showing the desperation of your situation! Put the daily mail down and turn off the biased hateful TV. I have nothing but I would still donate and help others when i can because I know what poverty really is!
This is the thing though, I'm not having a go and don't want a lengthy argument, but you say you have nothing yet you're posting on here using the Internet and some tech to do it on. I guess everyones opinion of "having nothing" is different? I was a kid during the miners strike and we "had nothing" yet we ate, were kept warm and we were clothed, yes we had few (pretty much no) luxuries (not even a home phone), and I had to have Dunlop trainers (poor little me) but we got by.
Internet is a necessity in this day and age grandad. Without it you can't access vital services and end up paying more for everything. A £20 smartphone would pay for itself pretty quickly.
Don't be so ridiculous, its a LUXURY there are many places that you can access the internet for free, if you think that a £20pcm internet subs is "essential" and should be prioritised over food, you my friend, are part of the problem!!!
What next, perhaps a 50" TV and full Sky subs should be considered "essential" as its surely unfair to make unemployed folk sit at home all day bored?
Oh, and please hold off on the insults, it just shows you up not me. The fact that I take responsibility for MYSELF does not make me a "granddad" :)
Calm down.
Growing up during the miners strike makes you a grandad. Showing no understanding of the "digital divide" reinforces that.
Internet can help you get cheaper food clothes heating furniture insurance etc. Essentials.
It can also help you get work.
There are many places you can get online for free. Even more if you take a £20 smartphone with you. No sim card, no monthly fee.

What are you gibbering about now?!? I'm perfectly calm, nothing in my post suggests otherwise, I don't know you and I care about your opinions even less so don't fret about my stress levels flower :)

Your post shows your complete lack of understanding, perhaps you should have gone to school?? You can only be a granddad if you have had a child who then has a child, the miners strike has nothing to do with that. Perhaps you come from a rough council estate, but where I was brought up, we didn't breed straight from school, we continued to higher education. Could I be a granddad, I suppose its biologically possible, but lets say I have a bit more self respect and ambition :)

There is no "digital divide", anyone can access the internet from lots of free sources. I don't know ANYONE who has a smartphone without a SIM, the "poor" single mums at our old school certainly had credit on their iPhones, but like you said, whats more important, clothing and food or a nice smartphone??? Yet I have no understanding??? jog on, you're boring me (_;)

I'll await your next pearl of wisdom as you continue to try and justify LUXURIES as ESSENTIALS :D


Times have changed. Technology is a WORLD away from where it was at the time of the miners strikes. The two aren't comparable. ​i joined this site to make the little money I was getting go a lot further at a time when my daughters birthday was impending and I realised the money that I could ill afford to spend would go nowhere. This site has helped me to feed, cloth and occasionally treat her. Times are not QUITE as tough for us as they once were and I was able to be myself a very cheap phone on giffgaff thanks to this app too which helps me to keep on contact with my family who aren't local and thus keep my mental health together and not be a further drain on the NHS and therefore tax payer (I was one of those too before I got sick) and also keep on top of all my medical appointments. Is the basic need for communication not something that the impoverished should have access to?

What boggles my mind is the total lack of humanity. Any one of us could fall from grace and find ourselves in poverty. I highly suspect a lot of people on benefits will be using HUKD. Surely there need is obviously great?! You'd think so anyway.

Before I had my daughter and became unwell my career was in mental health and I trained as a community psychiatric nurse. Helping those less fortunate than myself is just an instinctive for me but I appreciate it's not the same for everyone.
Wow, how did a deal to a theme park turn into such a moron convention?
Thanks for posting. We had a great family day out today!!
Nope, sorry, you won't EVER convince me that a smartphone is anything but a luxury, so we'll have to agree to disagree. I haven't suggested that anyone's opinion is worth any less, that's clearly your hang up, but I can believe that you earn plenty as that explains why you're so out of touch with reality, with your views you could even be a liebour politician?? :)

Edited By: frakison on Oct 06, 2016 19:44: .
friiza
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frakison
friiza
frakison
friiza
frakison
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No, but I have seen the countless ones that lambast Daily Mail reading thickos and point out that you have to have a referral from social services to get food from a food bank.
Please tell me your not that naive, you think these people dont know how to get round that.. lol
​Please don't tell me that you are that black hearted that you don't see that the majority of people have a very genuine need. having used food banks at times myself (single parent with a brain tumor amongst other things) you have to provide evidence such as bank statements showing the desperation of your situation! Put the daily mail down and turn off the biased hateful TV. I have nothing but I would still donate and help others when i can because I know what poverty really is!
This is the thing though, I'm not having a go and don't want a lengthy argument, but you say you have nothing yet you're posting on here using the Internet and some tech to do it on. I guess everyones opinion of "having nothing" is different? I was a kid during the miners strike and we "had nothing" yet we ate, were kept warm and we were clothed, yes we had few (pretty much no) luxuries (not even a home phone), and I had to have Dunlop trainers (poor little me) but we got by.
Internet is a necessity in this day and age grandad. Without it you can't access vital services and end up paying more for everything. A £20 smartphone would pay for itself pretty quickly.
Don't be so ridiculous, its a LUXURY there are many places that you can access the internet for free, if you think that a £20pcm internet subs is "essential" and should be prioritised over food, you my friend, are part of the problem!!!
What next, perhaps a 50" TV and full Sky subs should be considered "essential" as its surely unfair to make unemployed folk sit at home all day bored?
Oh, and please hold off on the insults, it just shows you up not me. The fact that I take responsibility for MYSELF does not make me a "granddad" :)
Calm down.
Growing up during the miners strike makes you a grandad. Showing no understanding of the "digital divide" reinforces that.
Internet can help you get cheaper food clothes heating furniture insurance etc. Essentials.
It can also help you get work.
There are many places you can get online for free. Even more if you take a £20 smartphone with you. No sim card, no monthly fee.
What are you gibbering about now?!? I'm perfectly calm, nothing in my post suggests otherwise, I don't know you and I care about your opinions even less so don't fret about my stress levels flower :)
Your post shows your complete lack of understanding, perhaps you should have gone to school?? You can only be a granddad if you have had a child who then has a child, the miners strike has nothing to do with that. Perhaps you come from a rough council estate, but where I was brought up, we didn't breed straight from school, we continued to higher education. Could I be a granddad, I suppose its biologically possible, but lets say I have a bit more self respect and ambition :)
There is no "digital divide", anyone can access the internet from lots of free sources. I don't know ANYONE who has a smartphone without a SIM, the "poor" single mums at our old school certainly had credit on their iPhones, but like you said, whats more important, clothing and food or a nice smartphone??? Yet I have no understanding??? jog on, you're boring me (_;)
I'll await your next pearl of wisdom as you continue to try and justify LUXURIES as ESSENTIALS :D
Extremely long rants........check
Sarcastic use of the word "flower".....check
Saying the other poster is "boring me"......check
Complete words in CAPS......check
Sarcastic emojis......check
Yep - just as I thought. One of "those" posters who is never wrong and will always have the last word.
That "ignore" button comes in useful sometimes ;)


frakison
friiza
frakison
friiza
frakison
Pillowqueen
kazfel

No, but I have seen the countless ones that lambast Daily Mail reading thickos and point out that you have to have a referral from social services to get food from a food bank.
Please tell me your not that naive, you think these people dont know how to get round that.. lol
​Please don't tell me that you are that black hearted that you don't see that the majority of people have a very genuine need. having used food banks at times myself (single parent with a brain tumor amongst other things) you have to provide evidence such as bank statements showing the desperation of your situation! Put the daily mail down and turn off the biased hateful TV. I have nothing but I would still donate and help others when i can because I know what poverty really is!
This is the thing though, I'm not having a go and don't want a lengthy argument, but you say you have nothing yet you're posting on here using the Internet and some tech to do it on. I guess everyones opinion of "having nothing" is different? I was a kid during the miners strike and we "had nothing" yet we ate, were kept warm and we were clothed, yes we had few (pretty much no) luxuries (not even a home phone), and I had to have Dunlop trainers (poor little me) but we got by.
Internet is a necessity in this day and age grandad. Without it you can't access vital services and end up paying more for everything. A £20 smartphone would pay for itself pretty quickly.
Don't be so ridiculous, its a LUXURY there are many places that you can access the internet for free, if you think that a £20pcm internet subs is "essential" and should be prioritised over food, you my friend, are part of the problem!!!
What next, perhaps a 50" TV and full Sky subs should be considered "essential" as its surely unfair to make unemployed folk sit at home all day bored?
Oh, and please hold off on the insults, it just shows you up not me. The fact that I take responsibility for MYSELF does not make me a "granddad" :)
Calm down.
Growing up during the miners strike makes you a grandad. Showing no understanding of the "digital divide" reinforces that.
Internet can help you get cheaper food clothes heating furniture insurance etc. Essentials.
It can also help you get work.
There are many places you can get online for free. Even more if you take a £20 smartphone with you. No sim card, no monthly fee.
What are you gibbering about now?!? I'm perfectly calm, nothing in my post suggests otherwise, I don't know you and I care about your opinions even less so don't fret about my stress levels flower :)
Your post shows your complete lack of understanding, perhaps you should have gone to school?? You can only be a granddad if you have had a child who then has a child, the miners strike has nothing to do with that. Perhaps you come from a rough council estate, but where I was brought up, we didn't breed straight from school, we continued to higher education. Could I be a granddad, I suppose its biologically possible, but lets say I have a bit more self respect and ambition :)
There is no "digital divide", anyone can access the internet from lots of free sources. I don't know ANYONE who has a smartphone without a SIM, the "poor" single mums at our old school certainly had credit on their iPhones, but like you said, whats more important, clothing and food or a nice smartphone??? Yet I have no understanding??? jog on, you're boring me (_;)
I'll await your next pearl of wisdom as you continue to try and justify LUXURIES as ESSENTIALS :D
I don't put pearls before swine. Trot off.

First off, the ignore button doesn't work, you'll still see that I've commented and given that you haven't got the self control to just ignore my comments, I doubt you have the ability to resist pressing the "read comment" button.... plus I wont know that you've ignored my comment, I'll just assume that you've seen sense and admit that you have nothing worthwhile to add (which lets face it, is true!).

I tell you to "jog on" you tell me to "trot on", is that really how this is going to go? :)
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Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods / The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods, The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to
Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods, The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to
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Yes. They were completely unimpressed and underwhelmed with it, and don't want to bother watching it again. That's why I posted my comment after we all sat and paid £10+ per ticket to see it. Ages 4, 6 and 8, if that makes any difference to you for me to voice my opinion.
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Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.
You know that movie is meant for kids. Did you ask their opinion before brainwashing them and telling it was ****?

P.S. I haven't seen it yet. Maybe I'll hate it too but my daughter will love it.
Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.
http://i.imgur.com/knaFcbb.jpg

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Day Trip to Calais for Car & Up to 9 Passengers PLUS 6 Bottles of Banrock Station Wine FREE from £27.00 with code @ P&O Ferries

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Super offer from P&O Ferries. Car + Up to 9 Passengers can have a Day Trip to France + 6 FREE Bottles of Banrock Station Wine from just £27 (per Car). Time to stock up before the Christmas rush! I kn…
Super offer from P&O Ferries. Car + Up to 9 Passengers can have a Day Trip to France + 6 FREE Bottles of Banrock Station Wine from just £27 (per Car). Time to stock up before the Christmas rush! I kn…
wishihadadonkey Avatar5m, 5h agoFound 5 months, 5 hours ago13 Comments
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Smuggle home a Syrian and get £1000 cashback.!!!
The situation at calais is worse between 11pm and 6am. I'm a coach driver and I go over twice a month, sometimes more. It isn't very nice. If anything, the news don't portray how bad it is. I have had the immigrants climbing all over my coach. I've had them trying to get in. They never seem to bother cars though.
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lewsca
I regularly travel this route, but on the train and it is getting really bad with the migrants. That's just my experience, others may not have had this, but if you do, it is really unpleasant.
Shame as it's a good deal this...
I travel almost every few weeks by the Le shuttle - how is it getting really bad?

The last time I travelled back, on September 8th, there were running battles between the police and the migrants, on the motorway. There were hundreds of police with tear gas, rocks being thrown, cars being attacked...

The tension in that camp is running very high and will only get worse as more turn up.
lewsca
I regularly travel this route, but on the train and it is getting really bad with the migrants. That's just my experience, others may not have had this, but if you do, it is really unpleasant.
Shame as it's a good deal this...


I travel almost every few weeks by the Le shuttle - how is it getting really bad?
Are the deals that good with the pound-euro rate at the moment? Been ages since I went that way.
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Go down into a drained lock chamber on the Erewash Canal at Long Eaton (between Derby and Nottingham) -- free admission

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2nd October. They're repairing the lock gates, and while it's drained the engineers have set aside a six hour period when intrepid visitors may descend into the drained lock chamber. A rare opportunit…
2nd October. They're repairing the lock gates, and while it's drained the engineers have set aside a six hour period when intrepid visitors may descend into the drained lock chamber. A rare opportunit…
sylv Avatar5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago12 Comments
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After hours they turn off the lights and you can have a 'lock in'....
sylv groans.

Who'd've guessed it would take six days before someone thought of that? X)
After hours they turn off the lights and you can have a 'lock in'....
Thanks for posting this. Just a couple of miles from me, yet I haven't seen any mention of this locally.
A to a Q: if you've got off the bus at Nelson Street, and you're walking along the towpath with the canal on your left side, you're going in the correct direction.
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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.
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????
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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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Peppa Pig's Fun Day Out Playset Home Bargains £24.99 instore (sold out on line)

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Join Peppa Pig and her family on a fantastic day out with this great play set! Includes Grandpa's Train, Miss Rabbits Helicopter, duck pond and garden area, and Peppa Pig figures! Miss Rabbit's red he…
Join Peppa Pig and her family on a fantastic day out with this great play set! Includes Grandpa's Train, Miss Rabbits Helicopter, duck pond and garden area, and Peppa Pig figures! Miss Rabbit's red he…
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The helicopter alone is about 15 quid in toys r us.
good find op, heat added
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FREE ENTRY: Over 1,850 Museums, Attractions, Gardens & Buildings free in UK this Weekend (credit to holiday pirates for this fab find!)

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Firstly this is more of a heads up for those that don't follow the holiday pirates website, all credit goes to them! I thought i would post on here too incase some people missed it. Offer Details
Firstly this is more of a heads up for those that don't follow the holiday pirates website, all credit goes to them! I thought i would post on here too incase some people missed it. Offer Details
kimbo87 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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What about the rest of England?
Already happened. Heritage Open Days, 8-11 Sept.
Open House London happens every year on roughly the same weekend, so mark your calendars for next year! (Exact dates will be posted on the site after this weekend is over):
http://www.openhouselondon.org.uk/

And yes, DO pre-book as they get swamped with interest and the best events fill up fast.
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taylor102081
You just turn up?
I presume so, but double check. Click through to the link provided and check online :)
check the site, some popular ones tend to be lottery, others are as you asked, some are based on early registration
all are free
What about the rest of England?
Scotland and Wales have several towns/cities with these free activities, but England has .....just London!! oO:(
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free foot passenger day trip! - P&O Ferries - UK (from £1 day trips)

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SAIL TO FRANCE FOR FREE! Take a day trip from Dover to Calais for just £1! Take a Daytrip from Dover to Calais for FREE if you book one of our Foot passenger daytrip tickets travelling from Sunday-Tue…
SAIL TO FRANCE FOR FREE! Take a day trip from Dover to Calais for just £1! Take a Daytrip from Dover to Calais for FREE if you book one of our Foot passenger daytrip tickets travelling from Sunday-Tue…
roxy66 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago43 Comments
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Does anyone know if this is still active? I am unable to find it and need a return to drive for next weekend!
Cheap ticket for all the Remoaners... Now's your chance to escape and move to the Euroland of milk, honey and opportunity.... ;)
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Attacked by 'refugees' a free add-on?


​so you're one of the twerps who voted Brexit? shame on you.
look at all these anti-immigrant comments. I'm surprised the right wing nut jobs posting these comments never saw this offer in the daily mail anyway.

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I took up this deal 2 years ago. took a coach from.Victoria London to Dover, spent 2 nights at western best hotel and had a lovely day in calais. believe it or not we actually walked past the jungle instead of taking a cab.
don't be put off by the jungle Dover is a wonderful place to visit and so is calais.
in calais you can go to the beach, cite Europe and there's many museums in town. do some research and have a great day out!
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Free Entry into the Monument

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GET INVOLVED Great Fire 350 Snap up your free tickets to The Monument for the Great Fire Commemoration weekend! Tickets are not only free, but The Monument has extended opening hours so you can p…
GET INVOLVED Great Fire 350 Snap up your free tickets to The Monument for the Great Fire Commemoration weekend! Tickets are not only free, but The Monument has extended opening hours so you can p…
tony93 Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago9 Comments
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dereklogan7
How is it a deal if it's sold out before you posted it. So has to be cold from me. :D
as you can see not all times are sold out
Just got some tickets for Sunday,thank you.
Dealaholic
I was trying this morning and every time slot was saying sold out but I just tried again now and got some for 7pm this Friday (same time I was trying this morning and getting a sold out message) Thanks OP X)

Thanks. I just checked back and got tickets. It's a slot earlier than what I looked at before though so not sure if it was sold out before or not, but either way I have tickets now.
I was trying this morning and every time slot was saying sold out but I just tried again now and got some for 7pm this Friday (same time I was trying this morning and getting a sold out message) Thanks OP X)
PS.
I pressed the expire button for you. :D