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5 Cities® Lightweight Hand Luggage Travel Holdall Baggage Wheely Suitcase Cabin Approved Bag Ryanair Easyjet And Many More - 1.6k - 40 Litres - PADLOCK INCLUDED £3.04 plus £5.95 delivery @ Luggage Travel Bags Ltd. /amazon £8.99

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Jonnyblock
Why expired?
i did by mistake i will repost it
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Jonnyblock
Went for Camo at £9.99
do you not want to find your case?


Well mine just arrived and they've sent a bloody leopard one instead. At least I'll be able to find it, whilst looking like a d!ck too though.
Just got one at the £3.04 price - Thanks
Now £8.91 plus £5.95 delivery
kalico
For only slightly more (£25) I bought a Revelation branded one, Max Ryainair size, from Home Bargains. They are a brand of Antler and I cannot fault it. I travel for work (prob over 30 flights a year) and so far no problems. It also has a 5 year guarantee, not that I think you'd stand a chance claiming on it.

REVELATION was sold at Woolworth as their own brand. I wonder who REVELATION is now?
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10% off Easyjet Plus Membership using discount code @ Stansted Express

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*Sept 2014* Amsterdam - Return Flights from £43.74pp or 3 Night Breaks from £94.66pp Accommodation and Breakfast @ Easyjet/Travel Republic From Manchester, Bristol, London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Liverpool

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Could you please help me find a deal I always see your deals and there brilliant I'm looking to fly from Luton to Amsterdam in August three people return flights with hotel and breakfast three will share room if you could help it would be appreciated
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what to do in Amsterdam solo traveller?

Visit as many coffee shops as you can :p


stop encouraging people you :) xx
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siddiqullah16
Nice deal, look like you are busy posting deal, all of us are waiting for you in the Beat my Quote :). I really need your advice.

sorry just flying visits whilst i catch up after my holiday, I will be over there this weekend :) xx

Can't wait for you to be back you are a life saver :)
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Downside is you stay at the worst hostel in Amsterdam, or so they claim:

http://www.hansbrinker.com/
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Nice deal, look like you are busy posting deal, all of us are waiting for you in the Beat my Quote :). I really need your advice.

sorry just flying visits whilst i catch up after my holiday, I will be over there this weekend :) xx
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EasyJet flights from Alicane/Majorca/Malaga to London Luton for £10.74/£12.74!

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Flights are with Easyjet: Tuesday 1st April Alicante to London Luton: £12.74 one way/person Tuesday 1st April Majorca (Palma) to London Luton: £10.74 one way/person Monday 31st March/Tuesd…
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When HS2 is built they want to rename birmingham international London Birmingham International
34 miles from the centre of London is actually still London because London is big. Fact.

Edited By: maddoglewis on Feb 22, 2014 16:18
BungalowBill
nicki1987
Luton is just outside of London near Watford its in the london borough


I hope you aren't serious - Luton is 35 miles north of London. It's about as close to London as Brighton is...


It's 34miles from Central London! I'm mean bang in the city.
From North London I can get to luton airport in around 25mins
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Makes me laugh looking at this, then comparing it to a short taxi trip in london, or a train ride.

Why are trains so expensive.
antenna
To get these prices there needs to be at least 2 travelling together, 4 may be even cheaper.
If you book a full plane, you are going for free :)
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Holiday in a Spaceship like Capsule £49.37pp Scheveningen, Nr Den Hagg (apparently great for surfing) (flights to the Netherlands from Various airports available, best prices with Easyjet @ Unusual Hotels

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As always, trying to find something for everyone I stumbled across this spaceship type place - its 60 euros per night I have converted that to £49.37 correct me if I am wrong :) It seems to be quit…
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Looks Cold... The spaceship. Not voting
colin1961.

I do thanks.....The men and women of the RNLI are outstanding people who serve the public for FREE, often putting their own lives at risk. Just making a point that there's better ways to spend your £50 :)
aljack
cdm22
Ha! £50 a night to stay in a lifeboat!? :D

I'd rather donate the £50 to the lifeboat RNLI and save my back by staying at home in a comfy bed ha ha

Hope you'll do that then!
If only all spaceship pics were focused so well .
As a kite surfer myself I think that any accommodation where you can stay this close to the beach would be amazing. Only problem is that none of the locations in the photos look like somewhere i'd like to surf. Give me a camper van at Rhosneigr over this any day of the week.
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£30 off Holiday Bookings using promotion code @ EasyJet Holidays

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This promo code has already been used, so it's can't be re-used :(
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£10 off return flights to Geneva from Bristol this March using promotion code @ EasyJet

Instructions:£10 off return journeys Bristol to Geneva this March, perfect for those wanting a last minute ski getaway. To book, simply enter the promotional code BRSGVAFEB14 when booking online and receive an amazing £10 discount per passenger, per return reservation. Terms and conditions apply for booking
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*Feb/March* Majorca - 4* Star 7 Nights- £69pp - Choice of 2 4* Hotels & Flights = Budget Break @ Easyjet/Travel Republic (Total price for 4 x Adults £276.00)

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This makes for a mega budget break :) Flights & 4* Star Hotel : Based on four sharing £69pp Based on six sharing is £66pp The price includes Flights with Easyjet from London Southend on 2…
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The second picture is a place called 'Formentor' just north of Pollenca, like a lot of the island, It's genuinely beautiful. There's a lot of hiking around there if you're into that sort of thing, a fantastic one goes up to the lighthouse, with a little bit of precipice walking. I live here atm and just to let you know that the weather won't be fantastic, but you could be looking at mid to high 20s. It's 22 today, and I have been told that it can get very hot in March.
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Come on Stacey less swingers holidays, more young family ones. 8)


KopCity
Thanks but why didn't you give the price already on this thread as an example? lol
Still don't get you....how much would it cost for 1 person if lets say.....2 people are travelling? for this particular holiday :P

because based on four is more versatile.... on a DIY holiday it makes no difference if those four people are adults or children. If i do a holiday based on two sharing I will get 50 people saying, how much to add a child... but if I do a holiday with say 2 adults and 2 children I get 50 people ranting about school fines.. so I just do either 2 people sharing or 4 people sharing to try and keep the peace if its term time lol :)

Ok I'm officially thick. Will the price still be £69PP if only 2 ppl are going? lol

not this one because its an apartment for four people =- you could have it for 2 but it would cost more, you would be better looking at smaller rooms, like a twin room :)
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oddballjamie
Come on Stacey less swingers holidays, more young family ones. 8)


KopCity
Thanks but why didn't you give the price already on this thread as an example? lol
Still don't get you....how much would it cost for 1 person if lets say.....2 people are travelling? for this particular holiday :P

because based on four is more versatile.... on a DIY holiday it makes no difference if those four people are adults or children. If i do a holiday based on two sharing I will get 50 people saying, how much to add a child... but if I do a holiday with say 2 adults and 2 children I get 50 people ranting about school fines.. so I just do either 2 people sharing or 4 people sharing to try and keep the peace if its term time lol :)

Ok I'm officially thick. Will the price still be £69PP if only 2 ppl are going? lol
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oddballjamie
Come on Stacey less swingers holidays, more young family ones. 8)


KopCity
Thanks but why didn't you give the price already on this thread as an example? lol
Still don't get you....how much would it cost for 1 person if lets say.....2 people are travelling? for this particular holiday :P

because based on four is more versatile.... on a DIY holiday it makes no difference if those four people are adults or children. If i do a holiday based on two sharing I will get 50 people saying, how much to add a child... but if I do a holiday with say 2 adults and 2 children I get 50 people ranting about school fines.. so I just do either 2 people sharing or 4 people sharing to try and keep the peace if its term time lol :)

I'm only pulling your leg. I just find it funny when I see the six adults in a one bedroom apartment holidays.

your panicking now in case I'm a swinger arnt ya :D muuuu ha ha ha ha ha

Due to the things I deal with in my job, nothing surprises (or shocks) me anymore.

lol Snap :)
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SunshineStacey
oddballjamie
Come on Stacey less swingers holidays, more young family ones. 8)


KopCity
Thanks but why didn't you give the price already on this thread as an example? lol
Still don't get you....how much would it cost for 1 person if lets say.....2 people are travelling? for this particular holiday :P

because based on four is more versatile.... on a DIY holiday it makes no difference if those four people are adults or children. If i do a holiday based on two sharing I will get 50 people saying, how much to add a child... but if I do a holiday with say 2 adults and 2 children I get 50 people ranting about school fines.. so I just do either 2 people sharing or 4 people sharing to try and keep the peace if its term time lol :)

I'm only pulling your leg. I just find it funny when I see the six adults in a one bedroom apartment holidays.

your panicking now in case I'm a swinger arnt ya :D muuuu ha ha ha ha ha

Due to the things I deal with in my job, nothing surprises (or shocks) me anymore.
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Return flights from Manchester to Moscow £37.48 pp or £74.96 for 2 adults for a return fight @easyjet

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Return flights at just £37.58 per person Flying out from Manchester on the 5th March and returning on the 10th March Price is just a whopping £37.48 per person, This does not include visas
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Personally i would not visit russia for the next 3 weeks or so
Looks like Disneyland in the pic.
cheaper if you've got some secrets to betray. Return flight bookings a problem though.
Anyone tried getting into Russia without an official invite.
Hi where can I get information about a tourist visa,how much it costs and length of time it takes to obtain one.
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Berlin - Staying in an Old Shed or Caravan inside a former Hoover Factory £55.00 Single Room & £65 Double Room with Breakfast per Night - Flights from £51pp from various/departure airports available. @ Easyjet/Huettenpalast

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Ever wanted to stay inside a Carvan or a Shed inside a former vacuum-cleaner factory, guests can sleep in a cute cosy caravan surrounded by potted trees, or in smart wooden cabins with "outdoor" picn…
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Deal
Decent if you're going on a stag weekend or something like that - but Berlin wouldn't be the first choice (Now't wrong with Blackpool!!)
Love Berlin. This kind of weird quirky hotel is common and normally done quite well (although this is maybe a bit more out there than some). A bit arty, a bit tongue in cheek, but fun. I'll bet it is actually quite good, very friendly and run well...
jasee
Interesting, but is this the reality

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-hSgl9wXkobw/UXe0FIktv-I/AAAAAAAABgU/GiYTWfziaIc/w336-h252-p-o/H%25C3%25BCttenpalast

And this

http://home.btconnect.com/anonimouse/hunten.jpg

too bad you show us old pictures and don't seem to be interested.
have a look on their pictueres on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/hotelneukoelln/photos_stream
It would have been better if that was the street outside.... the bushes on that central reservation would have been perfect to hide the exit shaft of the escape tunnel... :{
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£50 off using promotion code @ EasyJet

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surely this doesnt apply to all flights?
I think it's only flight+hotel packages
surely this doesnt apply to all flights?
oh noooooo I just booked!!!!
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220,000 plane tickets under £35 at Easyjet

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Just had an email from easyjet and they've got a shed load of flights going cheap - got to be before July this year
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Where is this shed?. Probably miles from anywhere, miles from the airport and costs a fortune to get there by taxi.
OVERSIER
Ahm, all of their tickets are less than £35 one way! Unless you get it last minute that is...

You having a laugh - ALL? Sorry but I know that is not true.
Ahm, all of their tickets are less than £35 one way! Unless you get it last minute that is...
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Also remember how generous easyjet are with their hand luggage - they do not have weight restrictions just size so you can easily do a week without the need to pay for checked in luggage :) xx

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Packing tips: Seek Advice from Stacey :p
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Also remember how generous easyjet are with their hand luggage - they do not have weight restrictions just size so you can easily do a week without the need to pay for checked in luggage :) xx
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** New October Dates Added*** Northern Lights = from £164pp various nights, dates, departure airports Keflavik, Iceland @ Travel Republic/Easyjet (eg: 7 nights flying from Bristol Total Price per Couple £328 per couple) £398.86

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September 2014 - October dates being added - see images in comments boxes 1 and 2 Price includes 4 Night Stay in the Keflavik Hotel with Breakfast included and Free airport Transfers provided by th…
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Thanks for highlighting these flights SSS/Mark, we've booked our trip :-D

3x Adults and 1x Toddler (same price as adult), with 3x hold bags = £258.96
Used AirBnB to book a 3-bedroom apartment right in the middle of Reykjavik for £85 per night.

With fees, it's about £230pp for 7 days - brilliant !

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deeky
What's happened to the 'get deal' link?

what you mean deeks?

Click on the 'get deal' button.
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What's happened to the 'get deal' link?

what you mean deeks?
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7 Nights Majorca S/C with return flights from Southend for 2 adults 3* Apartment with good tripadvisor reviews £91.98 PP @ Easyjet £183.96

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Here is a very cheap week away for less that £92 pp Leaving London Southend on the 5th feb 2014 Returning on the 12/2/14 Staying in the Apartamentos Carlos V in Alcudia which has very good re…
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Hi Mark
Hotel is full and flights are £125

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Hi Mark
Hotel is full and flights are £125
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Any idea why this thread is expired ?
No idea markbowen07 never been on a Sun holiday.. just shared the codes for those with kids. Off to Majorca very end of May.. thats when you want to be going to a sun destination.. not in Feb. Poor mans holiday springs to mind ;-) brrrrrrrrr
Nah, I'd go to Palma though :) the fuerteventura deal was a lot better, not saying don't go, I just wouldn't lol, the weather should be alright though
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*** Cheapest Return Flights to Europe in 2014 *** from £12.00 @ SkyScanner

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Use Incognito/Private Browsing to avoid the cookie issue.

That doesn't happen.
There is no proof they raise their prices due to cookies etc.

Bulls**t. Give you an example. My daughter was trying to book flights from Oz to meet me in Bangkok. She couldn't get anywhere near the prices I was getting for her. Told her to go incognito, Voila, prices dropped across the board, booked through ebookers in the UK, 1 adult, 2 kids, saved £250 on the prices she was getting from Oz.

I frequently have to seek out complex flight routines using software like Matrix/Ita and then try to book them on various sites. If I do it with cookies enabled the price change over various days will be negligible. Do it incognito the changes can be marked.

OK, budget airlines in the UK. I can route a flight search through a VPN in Poland and the same search in the UK and get very different pricing at exactlythe same time.

I don't get my info from TV programs. Real life experiences.

You will find cheaper from a UK site due to Australian taxes for flights are higher

You don't get it do you ? The taxes are applied wherever you buy the ticket from. duh.
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teh arn
philiptcourt
Use Incognito/Private Browsing to avoid the cookie issue.

That doesn't happen.
There is no proof they raise their prices due to cookies etc.

Bulls**t. Give you an example. My daughter was trying to book flights from Oz to meet me in Bangkok. She couldn't get anywhere near the prices I was getting for her. Told her to go incognito, Voila, prices dropped across the board, booked through ebookers in the UK, 1 adult, 2 kids, saved £250 on the prices she was getting from Oz.

I frequently have to seek out complex flight routines using software like Matrix/Ita and then try to book them on various sites. If I do it with cookies enabled the price change over various days will be negligible. Do it incognito the changes can be marked.

OK, budget airlines in the UK. I can route a flight search through a VPN in Poland and the same search in the UK and get very different pricing at exactlythe same time.

I don't get my info from TV programs. Real life experiences.


You will find cheaper from a UK site due to Australian taxes for flights are higher
teh arn
philiptcourt
Use Incognito/Private Browsing to avoid the cookie issue.

That doesn't happen.
There is no proof they raise their prices due to cookies etc.

Bulls**t. Give you an example. My daughter was trying to book flights from Oz to meet me in Bangkok. She couldn't get anywhere near the prices I was getting for her. Told her to go incognito, Voila, prices dropped across the board, booked through ebookers in the UK, 1 adult, 2 kids, saved £250 on the prices she was getting from Oz.

I frequently have to seek out complex flight routines using software like Matrix/Ita and then try to book them on various sites. If I do it with cookies enabled the price change over various days will be negligible. Do it incognito the changes can be marked.

OK, budget airlines in the UK. I can route a flight search through a VPN in Poland and the same search in the UK and get very different pricing at exactlythe same time.

I don't get my info from TV programs. Real life experiences.
They DO use cookies to hike the prices! If you find yourself the victim of this during a booking session e.g. the price goes up while you are checking out or the price you found in the evening is jacked later that evening, try using a different browser or clearing out your cookies and the price goes back down.

edit: O'Leary and his kin are obviously going to deny it, doh!

Edited By: 89quidyoucantgowrong on Jan 22, 2014 18:54
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philiptcourt
Use Incognito/Private Browsing to avoid the cookie issue.

Is the cookie issue true or just an urban myth?

Its true. I've been through this

its NOT true.the question was asked on a money saving TV programme last week and its nonsense,the reasons the flight prices go up is because they allocate so many seats at say £20,when they are gone they then have a lot of £30 seats and so forth,thats why the prices often go up,its because there is less avalibility since you visited the site because people have purchased the cheaper seats,the less seats the dearer they get.
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Long weekend in MOSCOW flights less than £54 return.@easyjet £53.98

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Was looking for a weekend away. Cheaper to go to Moscow than Jersey!!!!!!!
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Dont forget to include visas at £100+
I use mastercard lol
What?

It was a gag. Didn't you find it funny?
I thought it was priceless X)


fantastic :)
^ bullcrap
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Can't wait for them to loosen the visa requirements. Anyone know if it's safe these days in Russia as a brown person?

So long as the brown person in question isn't openly gay, I don't think there's an increased risk level, but it's still not safe.


Russia has nothing against gays.

The law covers the ban of promoting homosexuality to minors until they are no longer minors. Seems pretty sensible but of course many jump on the "OMHAGAWD RUSSIA DONT LIKE THE GAYS" bandwagon.
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Dont forget to include visas at £100+
I use mastercard lol
What?
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Cabin Backpack by Outback, Floral Print, £14.99 delivered @ Greensitts (Easyjet compliant)

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Return Manchester to Russia/Moscow £49.00pp - £98 per couple @ easyjet

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yet another smashing deal from easyjet - Only £98 per couple (or £49pp!!!!) to fly with a leading airline to the Russian Capital. Voila
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I couldn't care less. There being worse human rights abuses going on doesn't REMOTELY stop anyone criticising any human rights abuse. Period. If someone boycotts Russia while honeymooning in Dubai then yes, it's highly hypocritical. But it is perfectly acceptable to criticise Russia in a thread about visiting Russia without having to research a list of other countries you need to simultaneously criticise.

While I don't wish to make assertions, I can't help but think there might be something else motivating your displeasure at seeing criticism of anti-homophobia... It does seem bizarre to argue against it so strongly.

I'm sure the same people complaining about this deal would happily fund human rights abuses by flying with Qatar/Emirates and visiting even more abusive countries.

Clearly what I do in the bedroom is most important thing so I'll be sure to tattoo my sexuality to my forehead incase someone forgets to abuse me for my gender/race.

I don't care whether they would or not. A good point delivered by a hypocrite is a good point none-the-less. Not that I see how being a hypocrite invalidates anything anyway - unless you have literally no moral ethics whatsoever, you're a hypocrite in some form along with me and everyone else.

You do that.

Actions speak louder than words but that's too hard for you so you'll bark at the moon. Continue funding armies of the people killing/jailing the most important people in the world to you. You've admitted to being a hypocrite that stands for nothing. Why not protest eating meat and then go hunting to show the same absurdity of your activism?

Surely barking at the moon is an action? I wouldn't say it counts as "words".

No people are killing/jailing the most important people in the world to me. Nor have I admitted I stand for nothing, I said I don't fully back up my beliefs with actions - just like you don't. So not only are you a hypocrite, you're a liar as well!

No one is "killing/jailing" people for being gay? You are truly ignorant.

The worst capital punishments for gays

http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-content/photos/000/743/cache/74372_990x742-cb1386881156.jpg

My words are backed up with actions. I don't buy from or visit countries that severely violate human rights which is more than you can say.

For the record I do boycott countries that criminalise being gay, simply they don't get our money, The only African country been to is south Africa which is good on gay rights, Middle east had one 2 night stay many years ago in Dubai, knowing would never be back, as was starting a family. Gay parents travelling together with kids its pretty obvious and so they get none of our money or support. As for relying on consulate assistance keeping my kids safe and away from this sort of trouble is a priority.

We need to support these countries to get better and help the people escaping it. Hope they change the laws soon in a lot of these places as would love to see them. The deals hot for price but a reminder not to book for some members as its not safe is good timely advice.

Through education comes change, I'm very lucky to be born here, but do think things are getting better for my community.
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"..... to fly with a leading airline......"

Are EasyJet now taking bookings for BA / Virgin etc now???


BA leading airline? lol... bleeding airline yes
chance189
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chance189
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callum9999

I couldn't care less. There being worse human rights abuses going on doesn't REMOTELY stop anyone criticising any human rights abuse. Period. If someone boycotts Russia while honeymooning in Dubai then yes, it's highly hypocritical. But it is perfectly acceptable to criticise Russia in a thread about visiting Russia without having to research a list of other countries you need to simultaneously criticise.

While I don't wish to make assertions, I can't help but think there might be something else motivating your displeasure at seeing criticism of anti-homophobia... It does seem bizarre to argue against it so strongly.

I'm sure the same people complaining about this deal would happily fund human rights abuses by flying with Qatar/Emirates and visiting even more abusive countries.

Clearly what I do in the bedroom is most important thing so I'll be sure to tattoo my sexuality to my forehead incase someone forgets to abuse me for my gender/race.

I don't care whether they would or not. A good point delivered by a hypocrite is a good point none-the-less. Not that I see how being a hypocrite invalidates anything anyway - unless you have literally no moral ethics whatsoever, you're a hypocrite in some form along with me and everyone else.

You do that.

Actions speak louder than words but that's too hard for you so you'll bark at the moon. Continue funding armies of the people killing/jailing the most important people in the world to you. You've admitted to being a hypocrite that stands for nothing. Why not protest eating meat and then go hunting to show the same absurdity of your activism?

Surely barking at the moon is an action? I wouldn't say it counts as "words".

No people are killing/jailing the most important people in the world to me. Nor have I admitted I stand for nothing, I said I don't fully back up my beliefs with actions - just like you don't. So not only are you a hypocrite, you're a liar as well!

No one is "killing/jailing" people for being gay? You are truly ignorant.

The worst capital punishments for gays

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My words are backed up with actions. I don't buy from or visit countries that severely violate human rights which is more than you can say.

Since when were gay people "the most important people in the world" to me? Even if I was gay that wouldn't be true... You seem to have a very tenuous grasp of the subtleties of English language.

I don't believe that for a second. If you do not own anything that has been dubiously manufactured etc. then I'll eat my hat.
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I couldn't care less. There being worse human rights abuses going on doesn't REMOTELY stop anyone criticising any human rights abuse. Period. If someone boycotts Russia while honeymooning in Dubai then yes, it's highly hypocritical. But it is perfectly acceptable to criticise Russia in a thread about visiting Russia without having to research a list of other countries you need to simultaneously criticise.

While I don't wish to make assertions, I can't help but think there might be something else motivating your displeasure at seeing criticism of anti-homophobia... It does seem bizarre to argue against it so strongly.

I'm sure the same people complaining about this deal would happily fund human rights abuses by flying with Qatar/Emirates and visiting even more abusive countries.

Clearly what I do in the bedroom is most important thing so I'll be sure to tattoo my sexuality to my forehead incase someone forgets to abuse me for my gender/race.

I don't care whether they would or not. A good point delivered by a hypocrite is a good point none-the-less. Not that I see how being a hypocrite invalidates anything anyway - unless you have literally no moral ethics whatsoever, you're a hypocrite in some form along with me and everyone else.

You do that.

Actions speak louder than words but that's too hard for you so you'll bark at the moon. Continue funding armies of the people killing/jailing the most important people in the world to you. You've admitted to being a hypocrite that stands for nothing. Why not protest eating meat and then go hunting to show the same absurdity of your activism?

Surely barking at the moon is an action? I wouldn't say it counts as "words".

No people are killing/jailing the most important people in the world to me. Nor have I admitted I stand for nothing, I said I don't fully back up my beliefs with actions - just like you don't. So not only are you a hypocrite, you're a liar as well!

No one is "killing/jailing" people for being gay? You are truly ignorant.

The worst capital punishments for gays

http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-content/photos/000/743/cache/74372_990x742-cb1386881156.jpg

My words are backed up with actions. I don't buy from or visit countries that severely violate human rights which is more than you can say.

Edited By: chance189 on Jan 14, 2014 22:38
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Run by a bunch a homophobes. Good deal though, shame about the country.

You could say that about nearly every Islamic country couldn't you if one was being honest but then it's deemed not very PC to do so. Far easier and less problematic to simply criticise and insult the Russians for it.

Easy there! Big difference between saying something about a country vs. about a religion. Key difference is the number of people you'll upset. I wouldn't get in to the whole religion or race thing. Criticising countries causes enough commotion.

And just so you get your facts straight, there is only one country which actually deems itself as 'Islamic' and that's Saudi Arabia. Lots of other countries that people associate Muslims with are actually run in a secular manner, like Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, etc.. etc...! The amount of Christians and Jews and Atheists in those countries would surprise you and they all get on, so I'm sure we can at least try to keep religion off this site.

I'm sorry but whether they deem themselves as Islamic the vast majority of countries with an Islamic majority have less than liberal laws when it comes to homosexuality. As you are rather squeamish when it comes to mentioning religion we won't mention it again but you can go through the North African and Middle Eastern Arab states, also Iran, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Malaysia and you'll find that in the overwhelming majority, homosexuality is illegal with varying punishments even up to death.

On the other hand in Russia it isn't illegal. So why all the hatred aimed at them and not the ones above? Is it because of that word beginning with r that protects them?

Btw, I have been to 3 of those countries you mentioned so I'm well aware that they have other minority faiths.

AFAIK homosexuality is considered a sin in Islam hence classified as illegal, like pork or alcohol....it's not rocket science that their official outlook on homosexuality is less than liberal, although there are plenty of gays in said countries. It's like saying they don't eat pork or allow alcohol officially whereas alcohol flows in most cities of the world regardless.

Re: Saudi Arabia - it doesn't matter what the country deems itself as. To an outside observer it is an absolute monarchy, which again AFAIK has nowt to do with the religion.

Re: the deal....hot price, cold country - as in makes my hair stand on end due to the low temperature (not just the politics).

Not sure what the point of your last post was, apart from trying to simply dismiss what I said with a wave of the hand. You also completely disregarded my main point that the states I indicated, homosexuality was illegal, punishable by imprisonment and in some circumstances death. However in Russia it isn't, yet it gets far more condemnation. Why is that?

You also contradict yourself. You say it has "nowt to do with religion" yet in your first sentence you say "homosexuality is considered a sin in Islam hence classified as illegal", therefore confirming that it has everything to do with religion.

We could learn a thing or two from the Russians!

No we couldn't.

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I can only speak of my own, first hand experiences but I'll justify my earlier statement.

1. A family friend was in Moscow on business some years back. He was murdered. A bullet to the head at point blank range. The police didnt give a rats ass. Its basically because he was brown-skinned like me. On this basis, i will never, EVER travel to Moscow.

2. I go to Goa (India) every year and have been doing so for some years. The influx of Russian holiday makers (they have their own non-visa queue at immigration so they just glide through) is increasing every year. The local business owners *hate* the Russians as they treat them like 2nd class citizens in their own country. The Russians treat everyone else like dirt on their shoe. I've witnessed this with my own eyes plenty of times. I've had plenty of direct contact with Russians in bars, restaurants etc. They are not imho, friendly people at all.

I experienced exactly the same thing in Egypt.

I'd be keen to hear any experiences of Russia or Russians from any Black or South Asian people. Dont get me wrong, I'd love to stand corrected but i dont think I will be.
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Run by a bunch a homophobes. Good deal though, shame about the country.

You could say that about nearly every Islamic country couldn't you if one was being honest but then it's deemed not very PC to do so. Far easier and less problematic to simply criticise and insult the Russians for it.

Easy there! Big difference between saying something about a country vs. about a religion. Key difference is the number of people you'll upset. I wouldn't get in to the whole religion or race thing. Criticising countries causes enough commotion.

And just so you get your facts straight, there is only one country which actually deems itself as 'Islamic' and that's Saudi Arabia. Lots of other countries that people associate Muslims with are actually run in a secular manner, like Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, etc.. etc...! The amount of Christians and Jews and Atheists in those countries would surprise you and they all get on, so I'm sure we can at least try to keep religion off this site.

I'm sorry but whether they deem themselves as Islamic the vast majority of countries with an Islamic majority have less than liberal laws when it comes to homosexuality. As you are rather squeamish when it comes to mentioning religion we won't mention it again but you can go through the North African and Middle Eastern Arab states, also Iran, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Malaysia and you'll find that in the overwhelming majority, homosexuality is illegal with varying punishments even up to death.

On the other hand in Russia it isn't illegal. So why all the hatred aimed at them and not the ones above? Is it because of that word beginning with r that protects them?

Btw, I have been to 3 of those countries you mentioned so I'm well aware that they have other minority faiths.

AFAIK homosexuality is considered a sin in Islam hence classified as illegal, like pork or alcohol....it's not rocket science that their official outlook on homosexuality is less than liberal, although there are plenty of gays in said countries. It's like saying they don't eat pork or allow alcohol officially whereas alcohol flows in most cities of the world regardless.

Re: Saudi Arabia - it doesn't matter what the country deems itself as. To an outside observer it is an absolute monarchy, which again AFAIK has nowt to do with the religion.

Re: the deal....hot price, cold country - as in makes my hair stand on end due to the low temperature (not just the politics).

Not sure what the point of your last post was, apart from trying to simply dismiss what I said with a wave of the hand. You also completely disregarded my main point that the states I indicated, homosexuality was illegal, punishable by imprisonment and in some circumstances death. However in Russia it isn't, yet it gets far more condemnation. Why is that?

You also contradict yourself. You say it has "nowt to do with religion" yet in your first sentence you say "homosexuality is considered a sin in Islam hence classified as illegal", therefore confirming that it has everything to do with religion.

We could learn a thing or two from the Russians!
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End April - Early May looks the best; tragically, I can't make it :(
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what about London to Mykonos?
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not as cheap but still decent prices for a leading low cost carrier
eg, £28 in september/october
sounds like a bargain price to me

posted year round prices at
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what about London to Mykonos?
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see prices at
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original deal at
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Yes I have just tried it again and it has given a different code, still works though with an individual code so good deal! Cheers mike :)
Did you get this from VoucherCodes.co.uk. If so, these codes are single use only.
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Sorry been here and have done this trip over 4 times

We have never paid 10 pounds for entry on a 1 day trip.
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I paid £56 return, sale price £66 return the following day!
I have been looking at their flights over the last couples of days and can not see a difference to be be honest.
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Would love to know if there is any good February half term deals that you've found?

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im still looking :/ im so indecisive,

Any updates on this one?
any luck finding a deal under£250
hi stacey
am looking for a week in feb to marrakech all inc from luton any deals to be found for 2 adults pref under £500
5 Star hotel for £20 a night!!! Do you even know what you are talking about?
Hi. Was wondering if you can provide a bit of help. :-) our big family is hoping to go for an all inclusive holiday this year for second week May. There's 15 of us altogether 11 adults and 4 kids. Was hoping you can help us. :-(
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I took this flight back in June. Visa isn't a problem, it got done in 2 weeks and Moscow is a mental place and I loved every minute of it! :D

How do you go about getting that invitation letter from a hotel? Did they just email it to you by default or did you have to request it?

That coupled with posting our passports off at the mercy of the Russians were the only things that put me off although the hotels there do look a bit pricey.
My passport was returned within a week, by secure courier. It only goes to the embassy in London.

The invitation......you can either pay the hotel for one (dodgy and expensive) or find a UK based website that will create an invite for you for £25, provided you have the hotel booking (you need to state its name and address).



Would that UK company do it for £25 for any type of accom ( apartment, hotel , b&b ) do you know ? If so that sounds an excellent price to get a visa & I would like details please :)

Yep, you book your hotel/b&b/hostel/cardboard box, give them the details, they send you by email a completed form, you just print it and give it to the Embassy in London for your visa.

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I took this flight back in June. Visa isn't a problem, it got done in 2 weeks and Moscow is a mental place and I loved every minute of it! :D

How do you go about getting that invitation letter from a hotel? Did they just email it to you by default or did you have to request it?

That coupled with posting our passports off at the mercy of the Russians were the only things that put me off although the hotels there do look a bit pricey.
My passport was returned within a week, by secure courier. It only goes to the embassy in London.

The invitation......you can either pay the hotel for one (dodgy and expensive) or find a UK based website that will create an invite for you for £25, provided you have the hotel booking (you need to state its name and address).



Would that UK company do it for £25 for any type of accom ( apartment, hotel , b&b ) do you know ? If so that sounds an excellent price to get a visa & I would like details please :)
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I took this flight back in June. Visa isn't a problem, it got done in 2 weeks and Moscow is a mental place and I loved every minute of it! :D

How do you go about getting that invitation letter from a hotel? Did they just email it to you by default or did you have to request it?

That coupled with posting our passports off at the mercy of the Russians were the only things that put me off although the hotels there do look a bit pricey.
My passport was returned within a week, by secure courier. It only goes to the embassy in London.

The invitation......you can either pay the hotel for one (dodgy and expensive) or find a UK based website that will create an invite for you for £25, provided you have the hotel booking (you need to state its name and address).

Edited By: Ypnos on Mar 07, 2014 12:48
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I took this flight back in June. Visa isn't a problem, it got done in 2 weeks and Moscow is a mental place and I loved every minute of it! :D

How do you go about getting that invitation letter from a hotel? Did they just email it to you by default or did you have to request it?

That coupled with posting our passports off at the mercy of the Russians were the only things that put me off although the hotels there do look a bit pricey.
I took this flight back in June. Visa isn't a problem, it got done in 2 weeks and Moscow is a mental place and I loved every minute of it! :D
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Silver 4 wheel on offer too!! £5 cheaper than the blue
Ignore the RRP - always outrageous mark ups then massive reductions!
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Price went down overnight from 2016 price launch. Got refund code for £23.
Thanks for this, just checked mine & flights have actually gone up since booking. I will keep an eye out though, I've only purchased 2 suitcases to take with us so if we can get an extra one for nothing I'll be a happy bunny! ;) but nothing lost atm..
Do you think you could use these vouchers for easy jet extras such as airport parking?
Thankyou very much OP, just got back £200+ from 3 tickets.

We also have a seperatley booked flight for a party of 8, and I work out the price difference is £115 per ticket!
Have told the guy that booked them to claim the difference too :)
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I'd say purely the flights, though I guess there's no harm in asking.
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V Good price for Mykonos, I flew from manc in the summer this year and return flights were over £200 with easyjet. I'd recommend 'Ios' anyone whose considering this trip, my fave island whilst hopping around them.... Mykonos was good, but very much a gay men island.... Not a homophobe but felt a little outnumbered! :D
Interesting that you should comment about gay men as that's sort of what I meant in my last post. :)

When I first went several decades ago, it was their prime destination and what a wonderful laid-back place they made it. I find it interesting that, in all the years that have passed, they haven't chosen another island to make their own.
V Good price for Mykonos, I flew from manc in the summer this year and return flights were over £200 with easyjet. I'd recommend 'Ios' anyone whose considering this trip, my fave island whilst hopping around them.... Mykonos was good, but very much a gay men island.... Not a homophobe but felt a little outnumbered! :D
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While a good price, it seems a little random to post it as a deal. There must be dozens of routes across various airlines that are just as good as this.

sure, there must be a dozen of routes and for various Mediterranean Islands.
However, not very often you get:
such a low price (for the otherwise expensive) Mykonos island
AND at a convenient time
AND with relatively high availability on various dates
AND with one of the best low cost airlines.
if still not convinced, try a flight deals search (to/from Mykonos) on HKUD site.

So IMHO this is a very rare combination.

I just made a list of a dozen or so different Mediterranean (Spanish, Italian and Greek) and Canary Islands that all have fares from £19-£35 available next April but it didn't post for some reason. Individually they weren't generally as flexible on dates or timings as this deal was, but my point was £30 (or £24 each for 2) is not an especially remarkable price from that area of Europe during the low season.

I haven't voted cold though. Regardless of me not thinking it's particularly special it is still a good price - and most people aren't as obsessed as I am at travelling as much as possible as cheaply as possible so I'm sure it's helped a few people out!

I couldnt agree more with you, thanks. I also hope it will help some (maybe a few) people out

oh! please post your list :)

I only wrote it on here so its been lost! They are easy enough to find on sky scanner though. Off the top of my head it included Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Sicily, Sardinia, Crete, Corfu, Zante, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuertaventura. Plus dozens more locations on the mainland if you didn't particularly want to go to an island.

For people unfamiliar with it, a good way to do a broad search is to enter a country instead of airport. Plus if you can be flexible, select a departure month instead of specific dates.

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yes, family of 4 for £80 (all inc)!
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While a good price, it seems a little random to post it as a deal. There must be dozens of routes across various airlines that are just as good as this.

sure, there must be a dozen of routes and for various Mediterranean Islands.
However, not very often you get:
such a low price (for the otherwise expensive) Mykonos island
AND at a convenient time
AND with relatively high availability on various dates
AND with one of the best low cost airlines.
if still not convinced, try a flight deals search (to/from Mykonos) on HKUD site.

So IMHO this is a very rare combination.

I just made a list of a dozen or so different Mediterranean (Spanish, Italian and Greek) and Canary Islands that all have fares from £19-£35 available next April but it didn't post for some reason. Individually they weren't generally as flexible on dates or timings as this deal was, but my point was £30 (or £24 each for 2) is not an especially remarkable price from that area of Europe during the low season.

I haven't voted cold though. Regardless of me not thinking it's particularly special it is still a good price - and most people aren't as obsessed as I am at travelling as much as possible as cheaply as possible so I'm sure it's helped a few people out!

I couldnt agree more with you, thanks. I also hope it will help some (maybe a few) people out

oh! please post your list :)

I only wrote it on here so its been lost! They are easy enough to find on sky scanner though. Off the top of my head it included Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Sicily, Sardinia, Crete, Corfu, Zante, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuertaventura. Plus dozens more locations on the mainland if you didn't particularly want to go to an island.

For people unfamiliar with it, a good way to do a broad search is to enter a country instead of airport. Plus if you can be flexible, select a departure month instead of specific dates.
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I saw that code and tried to use it earlier, but it wasn't recognised. Did you see at vouchercodes.co.uk site? Is it working now? If not, try WINTER50 which did work - both online and over the phone bookings.
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£50 off^ per booking on "winter sun holidays" using promotion code @ EasyJet Holidays

Instructions:£50 Holiday Saving Enter code WINTER50 and enjoy £50 off^ per booking on winter sun holidays. For travel between 4 December 2013 to 31 March 2014! Offer ends midnight Tuesday 12 November 2013^ Have a fantastic escape to look forward to this winter and head to Malta or have the ultimate beach h
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Angua2 Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago / expired 12 Nov 1312 November 20131 Comment
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Oh! Forgot to say that EasyJet accepted the voucher code (WINTER50) when booking by telephone too! (We had to phone because of their rules on special assistance: the phone for EasyJet Holidays is 0843 104 1000, a so-called low cost number: 5p/min). Anyway, we got the same price by phone as what we were seeing online. Even better, they let us pay and secure with a deposit today, which eases the ole budget for Crimbo ;)
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£15 off City Breaks using promotion code @ EasyJet Holidays

Instructions:T&Cs: Minimum 2 adults, 2 nights. Bookings must be made online via holidays.easyjet.com to receive discount. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  
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missgem Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago / expired 31 Dec 1331 December 20131 Comment
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