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£3.00 off for any book over £3 - Google Play Books (probably account specific)

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Offer description from Google: Treat yourself to a bestselling book! For a limited time, get £3 credit towards the purchase of any one book priced over £3.01. Redeem your offer by 30th June 2017. O… Read More
Offer description from Google: Treat yourself to a bestselling book! For a limited time, get £3 credit towards the purchase of any one book priced over £3.01. Redeem your offer by 30th June 2017. O…
Tigroux Avatar11h, 45m agoFound 11 hours, 45 minutes ago6 Comments
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Count specific.
"Get £3 Credit on Any Book Over £3.......Offer eligible on available titles, can not be used on pre-order titles. Participating titles are subject to change without notice. "

Contradictory

Edited By: clayts on Apr 25, 2017 11:53
I only received £2 off although the headline on my phone said £3
But confusing as it seems to be £3 off a selection of books, not any book over £3
elephantsoup1
Thanks for the info.
It would be better to change the title to £3 off any book as it currently reads like any book for £3.
Done, thanks for the tip. My first deal.
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Sci Fi Bumper Box Freebie !!!! - The Empire at War Box Set: British Military Science Fiction [Kindle Edition] - Free Download @ Amazon

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Some Great Reviews Here On These Books Which Are The First Publications In A Series - Print List Price £35 Start a compelling military-based sci-fi series by contemporary British authors. Th… Read More
Some Great Reviews Here On These Books Which Are The First Publications In A Series - Print List Price £35 Start a compelling military-based sci-fi series by contemporary British authors. Th…
Boz Avatar2d, 23h agoFound 2 days, 23 hours ago15 Comments
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Not now it isn't. Expired


Yes had to Expire it myself this afternoon :(
Not now it isn't. Expired
lugworm
****. I'm too late for the freebie.
Well done again though Boz.


Thank You I try my best :D
****. I'm too late for the freebie.
Well done again though Boz.
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Expired, now part of the Unlimited subscription (30-day trial, then £7.99 a month).


Yes I have submitted an expired report on my phone . Should expire soon I hope
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Free Kindle classics @ Amazon: H.G. Wells, Mary Shelley, Daniel Defoe, L. Frank Baum, Ann Radcliffe, Laurence Sterne

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The Wizard of Oz: The Complete Collection [newly updated] (Book House Publishing) (The Greatest Fictional Characters of All Time) H. G. Wells: The Complete Novels [newly updated] (Book House Pu Read More
The Wizard of Oz: The Complete Collection [newly updated] (Book House Publishing) (The Greatest Fictional Characters of All Time) H. G. Wells: The Complete Novels [newly updated] (Book House Pu
Ignoramus Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago5 Comments
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Only the first one appears to be free now.... :(
Great collections, and free! Why isn't this hotter??
thank you! :)
Thank you Ignoramus! :)
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Kindle: How to win friends & influence people. £0.88 + £1 AV credit @ Amazon

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Best selling book by Dale Carnegie for only £0.88 on Kindle, plus free £1 Amazon Video credit. Bargain! Read More
Best selling book by Dale Carnegie for only £0.88 on Kindle, plus free £1 Amazon Video credit. Bargain!
paulwmather Avatar1w, 12h agoFound 1 week, 12 hours ago7 Comments
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Now showing as £2.39.
Had some expiring Amazon promo credit, so a free purchase for me !
Great price
Master.G
Don't try telling me which books to buy you !!@##!.
Me personally would be more influenced by the person in your avatar than anyone that has read this.
Don't try telling me which books to buy you !!@##!.
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Unreleased Fantasy World Dizzy NES remake finally comes out - 24 years later. Free to play.

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Classic 80s video game mascot Dizzy celebrates his 30th birthday today. His first outing, Dizzy - The Ultimate Cartoon Adventure was released in 1987, a fact that should make some of us feel more than… Read More
Classic 80s video game mascot Dizzy celebrates his 30th birthday today. His first outing, Dizzy - The Ultimate Cartoon Adventure was released in 1987, a fact that should make some of us feel more than…
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was about to ask does this include a nes rom to put on my pi
BlockABoots
What the url for the kickstarter page?
Couldnt find the game Kickstarter but found this?
What the url for the kickstarter page?
Oh gosh this is taking me back! I had a C64 back in the day- still remember those hypnotic strobing load up screen! *__*
charliemike
I remember these games on a C64. More excitement wondering if they would load successfully rather than play the game. Often it took longer to load than you played before you got bored.
Anyone remember the technique of starting a load then leaving the room to make sure no vibrations effected the datasette so that games loaded?

Never personally had that problem, I have more the memory of twiddling the screw to ensure azimuth tape alignment to avoid errors loading the games, or borrowing TDK D90s off friends with games on them saved out with a totally different head alignment than your own deck and frustratingly trying to get those to load.
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Amazon.de Kindle Paperwhite Wifi E-Reader White or Black no ads for £94.25

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wifi eReader White or Black @amazon.de for 99.99 euros which currently works out to about £94.25 delivered. Both white and black are available. Unfortunately, the cheaper vers… Read More
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Wifi eReader White or Black @amazon.de for 99.99 euros which currently works out to about £94.25 delivered. Both white and black are available. Unfortunately, the cheaper vers…
amadeozoop Avatar3w, 21h agoFound 3 weeks, 21 hours ago8 Comments
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Why on earth is this cold? Yesterday I ordered a Paperwhite "without special offers" for £90.28.

Note that you can save a few quid by not using Amazon's currency conversion, and using a card with a good exchange rate.
Ordered a Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage which were delivered today (from within the UK). Saved £60 in total. Many thanks OP.
radiohead9999
mallie21
radiohead9999
i can only speak from my own experience. I ordered Bose headphones from Amazon Spain and they delivered to the UK
I'm referencing kindles, everything else is fine.
ah, sorry, didn't know that. cheers

No worries, just trying to let the op know why most are voting cold.
mallie21
radiohead9999
i can only speak from my own experience. I ordered Bose headphones from Amazon Spain and they delivered to the UK

I'm referencing kindles, everything else is fine.


ah, sorry, didn't know that. cheers
radiohead9999
i can only speak from my own experience. I ordered Bose headphones from Amazon Spain and they delivered to the UK

I'm referencing kindles, everything else is fine.
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From Leeds: 3 Nights in Venice nr Grand Canal inc breakfast @ Ebookers £125.96pp £251.93

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If you live in Leeds, then this amazing value break to Venice is a brilliant deal for 3 nights walking distance to everything! Venice is a pretty compact place but the water taxis are great to get abo… Read More
If you live in Leeds, then this amazing value break to Venice is a brilliant deal for 3 nights walking distance to everything! Venice is a pretty compact place but the water taxis are great to get abo…
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From Manchester: 2 Week Las Vegas, Arizona and Utah Roadtrip for two : £1,811.07 inc car hire, flights, hotels & resort fee @ Ebookers

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Here is a road trip to America - incorporating Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Page (Arizona), Monument Valley (Utah) and Sedona (Arizona). The good thing about this trip is as flights are from Dublin t… Read More
Here is a road trip to America - incorporating Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Page (Arizona), Monument Valley (Utah) and Sedona (Arizona). The good thing about this trip is as flights are from Dublin t…
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A Great trip - did something similar last year.
drasim
Pretty good DIY package. Use Uber/Lyft for the transfer from Excalibur to Treasure Island - honestly they are a game changer for Vegas. Just came back from there and used a code for $5 off each ride up to 10 rides. Ended up $2 each way to go a few miles down the strip in the evening and $10 return to Walmart which was about 5 miles out.
The only thing I'd say is consider a later return from Dublin to BHX because just over 2 hours to collect luggage, change terminals, check in and do security might be pushing it a bit.

There are so many Dublin flight times you can easily change for a later time or even the next day if you wanted to stay in Dublin too.
Pretty good DIY package. Use Uber/Lyft for the transfer from Excalibur to Treasure Island - honestly they are a game changer for Vegas. Just came back from there and used a code for $5 off each ride up to 10 rides. Ended up $2 each way to go a few miles down the strip in the evening and $10 return to Walmart which was about 5 miles out.

The only thing I'd say is consider a later return from Dublin to BHX because just over 2 hours to collect luggage, change terminals, check in and do security might be pushing it a bit.
I'm sorry but I just don't understand how you put these trips together. To begin with it's over 20 hours from leaving Birmingham to get to Vegas and that's if the flights are on time. I haven't even included the time beforehand of getting to Birmingham airport, a great start to the trip, OR the time getting through customs and then on to the hotel, let's call it 24 hours although I'm being generous.
Then you stay in Williams for Grand Canyon which is a minimum of a good hour to get anywhere near the South Rim, which is what people think of as the Grand Canyon.
As for staying 40 miles from Page for 4 nights to visit Page's attractions is just plain crazy, especially as the only road to get there can be washed away in flash floods and then what do you do ? And why have you decided to spend FOUR nights there ? Utter madness. We all loved Page but four nights, nowhere near it ? And leaving Vegas at 06.45 for another 24+ hour return trip, you're having a laugh.
With respect, and I know you're trying to help people, but if you haven't actually done these trips yourself may I suggest that you refrain from posting them because they are poorly put together and appear to be just sticking pins in a map.
This is not well thought out and not what I'd expect from a 'travel expert'.
Sorry if I sound harsh but this is not a trip I would recommend to anyone and neither should you.
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From London: Explore Amazing Peru £860.69pp £1,728.31 @ Ebookers/Opodo

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Peru is totally amazing and I've done this exact trip, but included the Inca Trail and Wayna Picchu. Whilst there is no permits left for the Inca trail, you can easily catch the train to visit. This… Read More
Peru is totally amazing and I've done this exact trip, but included the Inca Trail and Wayna Picchu. Whilst there is no permits left for the Inca trail, you can easily catch the train to visit. This…
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Is May the time of year when the path to Machu Pichu is closed? Can't remember exactly but we wanted to go there a few years back but the path was closed so it was a no go. Not entirely sure but definitely worth checking if you're considering this.
February is the shut down.

Ah ok, thanks for clarifying
cheaperbythe12
Is May the time of year when the path to Machu Pichu is closed? Can't remember exactly but we wanted to go there a few years back but the path was closed so it was a no go. Not entirely sure but definitely worth checking if you're considering this.

February is the shut down.
Is May the time of year when the path to Machu Pichu is closed? Can't remember exactly but we wanted to go there a few years back but the path was closed so it was a no go. Not entirely sure but definitely worth checking if you're considering this.
winchman
Arequipa, Cuzco, Lima are great, Nazca as you say 1 night is enough although i had the biggest portion of chicken and chips I've ever had there.. Did almost the same trip in reverse 4 years ago. Ceviche is lovely.

I don't really eat seafood so missed out there. Nazca is a bit of an odd place, just very different but we found it very cheaper than other parts of Peru.
Arequipa, Cuzco, Lima are great, Nazca as you say 1 night is enough although i had the biggest portion of chicken and chips I've ever had there.. Did almost the same trip in reverse 4 years ago. Ceviche is lovely.

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The Black Shadow - Mark Chandler - Kindle Edition £1.99 @ Amazon

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I read this book a few years ago, even though it's intended for teens. A friend asked me for book recommendations for his son this week, and I thought of this - it's now a bit cheaper than when I b… Read More
I read this book a few years ago, even though it's intended for teens. A friend asked me for book recommendations for his son this week, and I thought of this - it's now a bit cheaper than when I b…
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Kindle Ebook Spring Sale From £0.99 @ Amazon Kindle Store many with (optional extra) Whispersync

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Choose from close to 300 Kindle Books on sale from 99p until 24th April 2017. The additional feature of having Whispersync (where you sync between audio & reading using Amazons Kindle app) mean… Read More
Choose from close to 300 Kindle Books on sale from 99p until 24th April 2017. The additional feature of having Whispersync (where you sync between audio & reading using Amazons Kindle app) mean…
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Not trying to be a kill-joy for anyone... but I recently reverted back to paperback tangilble books, if only because I like having them on my shelf as a decorative reminder. Of course, I mostly source my books from charity shops (with the odd purchase from Amazon on occasion).
There can easily be confusion about Whispersync. Originally, it was used to describe the syncing of the reading position on content between two or more devices, such as an actual Kindle device and the Kindle app.
Now it describes the ability to read the book and also listen to an audio book and have the two sync so that they also tie up, position wise.
That only works, though if you buy the additional Audible Audio Book and in my experience they are always at least £3-5 per title even after the discount.

As far as the 99p books go, well that is hardly new as Amazon always have a promotion of this sort going on, just with varying titles and quantities.

Sorry OP, but because of your misleading title and description which suggests the audible & kindle copies are available as a bundle for 99p, and because this sort of offer is always on, it's cold from me.
Thank you. Bought a few..
Thanks for heads up! I liked this short read about sugar!! I Need to Quit Sugar

Edited By: yasarshehzad on Mar 26, 2017 23:01: Link edit
i think you'll be lucky to get away with that. lol. i thought the same too
blurb: "A maximum of 1 credit per customer applies."
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John W Campbell event horizon anthology 2017

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The Event Horizon anthology of this year's Campbell-eligible authors now available as FREE ebook until July 15. This is the latest in a long line of Campbellian Anthologies, containing the works Read More
The Event Horizon anthology of this year's Campbell-eligible authors now available as FREE ebook until July 15. This is the latest in a long line of Campbellian Anthologies, containing the works
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Easter Family 2 Weeks to Dominican Republic 15-29 April £649.76pp @ Ebookers £2,599.04

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This is a great bargain family holiday to the Dominical Republic based on 2A and 2C if you don't mind the long flight and just under £650pp for two weeks all inclusive. I've included two 20kg cases… Read More
This is a great bargain family holiday to the Dominical Republic based on 2A and 2C if you don't mind the long flight and just under £650pp for two weeks all inclusive. I've included two 20kg cases…
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Only problem perhaps is that if it's a half decent hotel, then all the locals will possibly swarm the hotel as they're big on celebrating Easter, so they get preferential treatment.
This is based on my experience when we got married there over the Easter period, granted it was only the Easter weekend.

I guess you could say this about anywhere over Easter, UK or abroad.
Only problem perhaps is that if it's a half decent hotel, then all the locals will possibly swarm the hotel as they're big on celebrating Easter, so they get preferential treatment.
This is based on my experience when we got married there over the Easter period, granted it was only the Easter weekend.
Good deal. One of the best holidays I had with the kids.
Looks good. Wish I could afford and had the days off!
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Arduino Development Cookbook - free ebook with website registration @ packtpub.com

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Over 50 hands-on recipes to quickly build and understand Arduino projects, from the simplest to the most extraordinary Get quick, clear guidance on all the principle aspects of integration with the A… Read More
Over 50 hands-on recipes to quickly build and understand Arduino projects, from the simplest to the most extraordinary Get quick, clear guidance on all the principle aspects of integration with the A…
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thanks

Your welcome. :-)
Thanks for sharing this, appreciated!
thanks
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Learning Raspberry Pi - free ebook @ packtpub.com

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Free ebook about the raspberry pi. Requires free signup to packtpub.com ebook details: Unlock your creative programming potential by creating web technologies, image processing, electronics- and r… Read More
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Useful.. not sure why the cold votes.

:-)
Useful.. not sure why the cold votes.
:-)
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All Ebooks £4.99 with voucher @ Lonely Planet

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The site is not accepting it
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Sorry About That They've Taken the offer done Early :(
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From London: Explore the Philippines 18/06-06/07 inc flights, accommodation, ferries/buses £739.95 @ Ebookers £1,473.89

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I've never been to the Philippines but after putting this together it's right on my list now. There are oodles of cheap places to stay and I've picked highly rated accommodation and whilst keeping thi… Read More
I've never been to the Philippines but after putting this together it's right on my list now. There are oodles of cheap places to stay and I've picked highly rated accommodation and whilst keeping thi…
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currently sat in the lounge at PEK...

Air China is ok... okay is a big word though, for the price i paid it's ok, but if i had an option of another airline for around 50 pounds more, i would take another airline. The 8:25pm flight from LHR was donkeys year old and the ICE was ok for movies, but the GUI was a joke.

Another 4 hours flight to MNL next...
Just a heads up.........the bus to El Nido........that's a journey and a half! I would also avoid Boracay. Thumbs up for Palawan and El Nido and the underground cave system at Puerto Princesa is an amazing day out.
Sharpharp
horsey
Pick up a decent wife while you are there, then dump her for another one when she's close to gaining residency
Fixed it for ya

Dude you are brutal
horsey
Pick up a decent wife while you are there, then dump her for another one when she's close to gaining residency

Fixed it for ya
Pick up a decent wife while you are there
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From London: 2 Nights in Stockholm on a boat, Inc breakfast £78.35pp @ Ebookers £156.70

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Here is a lovely get away to Stockholm for 2 nights in April staying on a boat. Leaving on 20/04 and returning on 22/04 you'll have 2 nights/3 full days to explore Stockholm. I've picked a boat acc… Read More
Here is a lovely get away to Stockholm for 2 nights in April staying on a boat. Leaving on 20/04 and returning on 22/04 you'll have 2 nights/3 full days to explore Stockholm. I've picked a boat acc…
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Gamla Stan (and most of the city centre) is lovely all year round.
Sweden isn't cheap (avoid spirits/cocktails as they are taxed most heavily)
Pressbyran sell a decent coffee and snack for around £2.
As with anywhere, touristy places (e.g. Gamla Stan) are more expensive but there is always Lidl or McDonalds in a crunch.


You can get a local bus/ train to the town near Skavsta airport but you'd still need a taxi to the airport.
Västerås and Arlanda both have a train to Stockholm, Bromma is actually on the Underground network.

wh431
I just got back from Stockholm last week and saw no violence. Not even many refugees around the city. Its has a nice water front setting and must be nice in proper summer.


Edited By: wildecat on Apr 02, 2017 20:22
niron_ev
have a pint and chill MT.....
If you're buying!
I just got back from Stockholm last week and saw no violence. Not even many refugees around the city. Its has a nice water front setting and must be nice in proper summer.
Have you seen the violence going on in Stockholm these days? No thanks.
have a pint and chill MT.....
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From Leeds: 2 Week Portugal August School Holiday 10/08-24/08 Family of 5 £322.48pp @ Ebookers £1,612.44

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Another great school holiday deal. Two weeks in the Algarve based on a family of 5 (two adults and three children). Dates are 10-24th August. The hotel is the Parquet Mourabel which has decent revi… Read More
Another great school holiday deal. Two weeks in the Algarve based on a family of 5 (two adults and three children). Dates are 10-24th August. The hotel is the Parquet Mourabel which has decent revi…
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5 people for 2 weeks in a one bedroom flat in the heat? No thanks.
If my family of 5 went we'd kill each other before the end.
Maybe other families are more tolerant?

For a bit more you can get a 2 bedroom apartment. I guess it depends on budget.
5 people for 2 weeks in a one bedroom flat in the heat? No thanks.
If my family of 5 went we'd kill each other before the end.
Maybe other families are more tolerant?

Edited By: holeymoley18 on Mar 11, 2017 15:08
How appealing! 2 weeks in captivity with a cast of HUKD ers!
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The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo Kindle Edition ebook by Amy Schumer (Author) 99p @ Amazon

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No idea if it's any good, got a book notification from Bookpub. Supposed to be funny though not read it so can't comment. Still for the price might be worth a look. Seems cheap for this book, on K… Read More
No idea if it's any good, got a book notification from Bookpub. Supposed to be funny though not read it so can't comment. Still for the price might be worth a look. Seems cheap for this book, on K…
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anthony401
Can't believe the tosh that's being written in this thread.
All I can say is...
...thanks OP. Purchased.
Yeah just read some, madness really, just kept out of the way lol. Glad you got it, hope it's good. I missed out, but wasn't that fussed really.

You should have read some of the rubbish the moderators removed from this thread.

Quite an amusing book.
Up to £2.99 so expired, but still cheaper than the RRP which seems a hell of a lot.
anthony401
Can't believe the tosh that's being written in this thread.
All I can say is...
...thanks OP. Purchased.

Yeah just read some, madness really, just kept out of the way lol. Glad you got it, hope it's good. I missed out, but wasn't that fussed really.
pnaylor39
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I stopped reading books written by women about 30 years ago & never looked back, they are rotten writers
Talking from a man's perspective find that women writers are able to capture the emotional aspect of a situation far better than male writers.

you just put your finger on the reason why they make rotten writers & why I can't stand reading them
zx636r
She's about as unfunny as a person can get.................

Exactly ans that is her day job. I'm guessing this isn't so good.
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From Manchester: China & Japan Trip £1198.89pp @ Ebookers £2,397.79

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This is an ideal trip for those that like a hectic and jam packed itinerary just like I do. This won't appeal to everyone as it does involve buses, trains and lots of mocing around! Visiting two of m… Read More
This is an ideal trip for those that like a hectic and jam packed itinerary just like I do. This won't appeal to everyone as it does involve buses, trains and lots of mocing around! Visiting two of m…
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yungchuong
which period would be better to visit Japan? Summer, christmas or Easter?
From what I know, for what it's worth. The most beautiful time in Japan is late March, early April. That is the time the Cherry Blossom season starts.
If you appreciate the temples, castles, gardens etc. Have a good camera handy.

I agree that from the pictures I've seen it looks beautiful but it's also the most expensive and busiest and can be very difficult to time the cherry blossom as it is such a short time span. We went in October in 'koya' season with the lovely autumn colours and it was beautiful.
yungchuong
which period would be better to visit Japan? Summer, christmas or Easter?
From what I know, for what it's worth. The most beautiful time in Japan is late March, early April. That is the time the Cherry Blossom season starts.
If you appreciate the temples, castles, gardens etc. Have a good camera handy.
I like adventures, so I like this post but unfortunately I can't go as job doesn't allow Orelse I'd love to do this.
rachelandgromit
flipper118
in chrome on desktop they are quite unreadable...not your fault and i guess most users are mobile users

Ah I see. Hmm, I use to do thumbnails but then people complained they couldn't see them.


Scrolling on iPhone and liked random comment (_;)
Regarding China, the overnight trains really aren't bad at all. Spacious and comfortable enough.

Cannot reiterate your advice enough about the Great Wall, our group split with some of us going to the more 'touristy' parts of the wall. Remember that these have largely been rebuilt. Get a slightly more expensive tour and go a bit further out to see sections of the original wall. Members of our group were gutted when we compared pictures. These tours are very easily organised through the hostels. We stayed at the Chinese box courtyard hostel and it was excellent.

Happy to provide further info if anyone needs it!
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Lonely Planet Italy's Best Trips eBook - £4.99

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Use up to 70% off code "EBOOKLOVE" Code works also with other eBooks on same site.. Discover the freedom of the open road with Italy’s Best Trips. We’ve selected 40 amazing road trips through I… Read More
Use up to 70% off code "EBOOKLOVE" Code works also with other eBooks on same site.. Discover the freedom of the open road with Italy’s Best Trips. We’ve selected 40 amazing road trips through I…
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It's not a 70% off code - it reduces the price to £4.99 (which I'm guessing is UP TO 70% off). I think it's hot though...


Thanks, I have changed the description
It's not a 70% off code - it reduces the price to £4.99 (which I'm guessing is UP TO 70% off). I think it's hot though...
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Stampy's Lovely Book £2.00~ @ Smyths (instore only)

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Stampy's Lovely Book £2.00~ @Smyths (instore only) --- %20 of all book which makes it £2, bargain! ---- title says it all --- Great for any Stampy Cat Fan --- Product Description --- Inside Stampys Lo… Read More
Stampy's Lovely Book £2.00~ @Smyths (instore only) --- %20 of all book which makes it £2, bargain! ---- title says it all --- Great for any Stampy Cat Fan --- Product Description --- Inside Stampys Lo…
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If you have no smyths near then visit the works as it's also £2.
When i went the other day its was £3.99. you should probably post that deal since it will probably last longer, since this price is just for the world book day discount that will probably be ending soon
Maybe it was just the store I went in, it was £4 with 50% off.
migavupe
If you have no smyths near then visit the works as it's also £2.
When i went the other day its was £3.99. you should probably post that deal since it will probably last longer, since this price is just for the world book day discount that will probably be ending soon
If you have no smyths near then visit the works as it's also £2.
LoR1977
20% off for world book day too plus we had a £1 book token, cost us 99p
I went yesterday and forgot about the %20 off all books promo which makes this even better, thanks for the reminder :)

Edited By: funkeymunkey on Mar 07, 2017 10:19
20% off for world book day too plus we had a £1 book token, cost us 99p
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Google Play Store - £3 off any ebook over £3.01

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To celebrate its 5th birthday, the Google Play Store is offering £3 off any ebook costing £3.01. Just click on the offer banner at the top of the main page to get the offer, then pick any book cost… Read More
To celebrate its 5th birthday, the Google Play Store is offering £3 off any ebook costing £3.01. Just click on the offer banner at the top of the main page to get the offer, then pick any book cost…
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Following the breadcrumbs back from the Comixology sale all of the Uncanny X-Force volumes are now £3.05. Also discounts on Venom.
russellanam
Likely this offer is open to all users not just selected few. These are the two codes and link and I have used in both mine and my wife's account even though they only showed up in mine:https://play.google.com/redeem?code=J1RZANS37JD6LH7WQFZQVEKhttps://play.google.com/redeem?code=Z3PV61K2Z7PPMS56VY5G7VR
Now if someone is kind enough to post the third code, we can all use three £3 off in books.
You are amazing. Fact.
Thanks!
StevenBrown
Not quite sure what I did but
Sadly you can only use one voucher per book
StevenBrown can you kindly post the voucher codes? They should not be unique to your account so won't affect your account.
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From East Midlands: 10 Nights in Corfu £134.83pp £269.66 @ Ebookers

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10 nights in Corfu departing 30/03 for 10 nights (returning on 09/04) from East Midlands. The apartment is in Benitses and has great reviews, literally right on the beach and bars and restaurants just… Read More
10 nights in Corfu departing 30/03 for 10 nights (returning on 09/04) from East Midlands. The apartment is in Benitses and has great reviews, literally right on the beach and bars and restaurants just…
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Not sunbathing weather but at least it's a break.
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From Liverpool: 6 Night Budapest, Bratislava & Prague City Break £205.63pp £411.25 @ Ebookers

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Fancy visiting Budapest, Bratislava and Prague? This is a lovely 6 night trip in Mmay don't Liverpool which uses trains to explore three European destinations. With 2 nights in each place (and train t… Read More
Fancy visiting Budapest, Bratislava and Prague? This is a lovely 6 night trip in Mmay don't Liverpool which uses trains to explore three European destinations. With 2 nights in each place (and train t…
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ebookers cheaper for the Agape hotel.
Brilliant if you can get it cheaper, sometimes if you sign into your member account you do get discounts too with Ebookers. I use Ebookers a lot as they always have good codes.
ooops I typed 5th may and was checking out a day later 8th. I love seeing your deals.

Edited By: ath007 on Mar 05, 2017 14:51
ath007
ebookers cheaper for the Agape hotel.

Brilliant if you can get it cheaper, sometimes if you sign into your member account you do get discounts too with Ebookers. I use Ebookers a lot as they always have good codes.
Looks a brilliant trip to me. Love trains too :3
Had dealings with these before....added fees to Ryanair flights....better booking yourself...con merchants
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NOOK Simple Touch e-book reader cover 1p instore @ Sainsburys (Oxford)

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NOOK Simple Touch - Carbon colour flip cover selling for 1p in Sainsburys. Doesn't appear to be a reduce to clear or promotional price (see picture). There were a few available in the Oxford s… Read More
NOOK Simple Touch - Carbon colour flip cover selling for 1p in Sainsburys. Doesn't appear to be a reduce to clear or promotional price (see picture). There were a few available in the Oxford s…
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crap.... save your money X)
Already posted
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Just A Little Terrible Ebook for Kindle

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Just a little… Haunting – These tomes of terror will stay with you long after you put your book down and go to bed for the evening. They’ve been known to burrow themselves into a reader’s imaginati… Read More
Just a little… Haunting – These tomes of terror will stay with you long after you put your book down and go to bed for the evening. They’ve been known to burrow themselves into a reader’s imaginati…
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Title of deal is a bit misleading...sounds a bit self deprecating, a bit like the inaptly named 'OK Diner' on the A1, which is actually a very good diner. Going to download this, thanks op.
Thanks heat added
Awesome cheers mate
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[Kindle] Mark Lawrence - The Wheel of Osheim (Red Queen's War, Book 3) - £1.99 @ Amazon

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3rd book in the series that was released last year; first time I've seen this one discounted - the other 2 have been cheap before, but aren't on sale today. ##### From the critically-acclaimed a… Read More
3rd book in the series that was released last year; first time I've seen this one discounted - the other 2 have been cheap before, but aren't on sale today. ##### From the critically-acclaimed a…
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First trilogy was great so hope this is too!
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From London: 6 Nights exploring the Baltic States £151.74pp @ Ebookers £303.49

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Have you ever wanted to visit the Baltic states, well this lovely April trip explores Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and includes lovely hotels, with breakfast and bus travel too! On 23/04 you'll fl… Read More
Have you ever wanted to visit the Baltic states, well this lovely April trip explores Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and includes lovely hotels, with breakfast and bus travel too! On 23/04 you'll fl…
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Venezia
Tomas88
Venezia
Tomas88
Venezia
Lots of people going missing over there, doesn't get reported. Go at your risk.
Bull s h i t, you watch to much horror movies. Riga, Vilnius, Tallin is very safe places, much safer then anywhere in UK
It's not, people are regularly mugged and stabbed especially tourists.
WTF you are talking, I'm from Lithuania, there haven't been any stabbings ever, Vilnius is very multiculural city, students coming from other countries, lots of tourists and visiting it every year
Maybe you live under a rock?
Looks like you been there for a while, talking nonsense about country's, don't think so that you even been there
Tomas88
Venezia
Tomas88
Venezia
Lots of people going missing over there, doesn't get reported. Go at your risk.
Bull s h i t, you watch to much horror movies. Riga, Vilnius, Tallin is very safe places, much safer then anywhere in UK
It's not, people are regularly mugged and stabbed especially tourists.
WTF you are talking, I'm from Lithuania, there haven't been any stabbings ever, Vilnius is very multiculural city, students coming from other countries, lots of tourists and visiting it every year

Maybe you live under a rock?
Venezia
Tomas88
Venezia
Lots of people going missing over there, doesn't get reported. Go at your risk.
Bull s h i t, you watch to much horror movies. Riga, Vilnius, Tallin is very safe places, much safer then anywhere in UK
It's not, people are regularly mugged and stabbed especially tourists.
WTF you are talking, I'm from Lithuania, there haven't been any stabbings ever, Vilnius is very multiculural city, students coming from other countries, lots of tourists and visiting it every year
Tomas88
Venezia
Lots of people going missing over there, doesn't get reported. Go at your risk.
Bull s h i t, you watch to much horror movies. Riga, Vilnius, Tallin is very safe places, much safer then anywhere in UK

It's not, people are regularly mugged and stabbed especially tourists.
Tomas88
splitstrim
sergei26346075
cheap beer in Latvia
poor quality ****, that's why it is cheap
Baltic states has the best beer and nicest women :)
Best beer mate is in CZECH republic, nothing to do with rubbish baltic countries beer.
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From Luton: August School Holiday 7 Nights in Cyprus + Private Transfers £219.60pp £878.41 @ Ebookers/Opodo

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As promised, school holiday deal incoming! It's not as cheap as the previous deal but this time it's Larnaca in Cyprus. Departing from Luton airport on 31/07 you will fly to Larnaca where you'll stay Read More
As promised, school holiday deal incoming! It's not as cheap as the previous deal but this time it's Larnaca in Cyprus. Departing from Luton airport on 31/07 you will fly to Larnaca where you'll stay
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Hi Rachel are you able to help us find a family holiday around £1000 from 21st July-28th July for three adults( my son turns 12 while we are away) and two other children. We can fly from any London or Midlands airports. You have found so many amazing deals and we have searched but can't find anything in our budget. We just want some sun, culture and to visit a beautiful place
mckenzieevi
Given that some on this site think you can see Syria from the finikoudes you will understand in my keeping it simple.X)

too many malakas :)


carefull of the boat trips

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/british-men-accidentally-caught-boat-to-syria-after-night-out-in-ayia-napa-fake-prank-hoax-a7070361.html

Edited By: londonguy on Mar 05, 2017 20:42
Given that some on this site think you can see Syria from the finikoudes you will understand in my keeping it simple.X)
mckenzieevi
Greek Orthodox is Christian I would know given that I am half Cypriot.

just putting accuracy into the vernacular
Greek Orthodox is Christian I would know given that I am half Cypriot.
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From London: Easter Game of Thrones Holiday - 4 Nights in 'Kings Landing', 3 Nights in 'the North' and 3 nights 'North of the Wall' @ Ebookers/Various £460.66 £921.33

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For any Game of Thrones fans that are sitting through all the previous seasons like I am, anxiously waiting for the next series this is an amazing trip that lets you self-explore the filming locations… Read More
For any Game of Thrones fans that are sitting through all the previous seasons like I am, anxiously waiting for the next series this is an amazing trip that lets you self-explore the filming locations…
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ah man, having comittments at home really blows sometimes....
Ha, I know!
you know what i mean right!! thinking about it, i am probably more likely to be able to go though to be fair. walking, outside, travelling and nostalgia, that will just make my OH totally uninterested.. haha we should have a HUKD pool for unfortunate fans that are otherwise on their own!
I got married in Iceland and our ceremony had vows with a Game of Thrones theme..... But then I did also drag my OH on a Lord of the Rings tour in NZ where everyone was speaking Elvish and my OH was like "what's a hobbit?" X)
I'm sure you can find some fellow HUKers to join you....

you took your fella on a LOTR tour! brilliant.. what are you doing in April? ;-)
FTOdude170
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FTOdude170
ah man, having comittments at home really blows sometimes....
Ha, I know!
you know what i mean right!! thinking about it, i am probably more likely to be able to go though to be fair. walking, outside, travelling and nostalgia, that will just make my OH totally uninterested.. haha we should have a HUKD pool for unfortunate fans that are otherwise on their own!

I got married in Iceland and our ceremony had vows with a Game of Thrones theme..... But then I did also drag my OH on a Lord of the Rings tour in NZ where everyone was speaking Elvish and my OH was like "what's a hobbit?" X)

I'm sure you can find some fellow HUKers to join you....
rachelandgromit
FTOdude170
ah man, having comittments at home really blows sometimes....
Ha, I know!
you know what i mean right!! thinking about it, i am probably more likely to be able to go though to be fair. walking, outside, travelling and nostalgia, that will just make my OH totally uninterested.. haha we should have a HUKD pool for unfortunate fans that are otherwise on their own!
FTOdude170
ah man, having comittments at home really blows sometimes....

Ha, I know!
ah man, having comittments at home really blows sometimes....
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From London: Long Weekend Cologne Stay, 4* Hotel and Nürburgring Track Experience £141.74pp @ Ebookers/Groupon - £283.48

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I've just helped my friend book this for her husband and it looks a great day. Any Top Gear fans will be familiar with the Nürburgring and this looks a great experience. I've combined a deal with h… Read More
I've just helped my friend book this for her husband and it looks a great day. Any Top Gear fans will be familiar with the Nürburgring and this looks a great experience. I've combined a deal with h…
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Check out the crashes on YouTube, make for interesting viewing..


Life is for living not worrying
Check out the crashes on YouTube, make for interesting viewing..
YamahaThundercat
This looks to be an epic weekend, just bear in mind it's the much shorter Nurburgring GP circuit, and not the full Northern Loop.

Was going to say that's really cheap. When I took my car on it was around €25 a lap for the proper circuit.

If it's the gp track then this is a bit of a let down.
This looks to be an epic weekend, just bear in mind it's the much shorter Nurburgring GP circuit, and not the full Northern Loop.
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From Newcastle: 8 Nights Easter Majorca Family Holiday 11/04-19/04 £128.06pp @ Ebookers £512.25

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There are some great value Easter holidays around at the moment (also posted a Glasgow deal yesterday for Easter) and it seems to be a great time to get booked up. This is a Newcastle Easter holiday d… Read More
There are some great value Easter holidays around at the moment (also posted a Glasgow deal yesterday for Easter) and it seems to be a great time to get booked up. This is a Newcastle Easter holiday d…
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Thanks Rachel your work is appreciated
Unbreakab1e
Kids would have to miss school. Bet a trip a couple of days earlier would cost a lot more. Annoying.
Not my kids, they are off from the 10th to the 24th in North Yorkshire, shame i have already booked a cheapo to Madrid
Kids would have to miss school. Bet a trip a couple of days earlier would cost a lot more. Annoying.
any topless ladies in April?
Any good deals from Gatwick dear hukders?