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Amazing price for premium fake tan Skinny Tan 1/3 off £16.65 @ Superdrug

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Came across this deal while I was searching for some fake tan. Normally £24.99 but with 1/3 off it is now only £16.65! Bonus point... £2 from every bottle sold goes to Marie Curie. Read More
Came across this deal while I was searching for some fake tan. Normally £24.99 but with 1/3 off it is now only £16.65! Bonus point... £2 from every bottle sold goes to Marie Curie.
loiss Avatar2h, 24m agoFound 2 hours, 24 minutes ago4 Comments
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Oh n by the way some people actually go to work and dont have time to sit outside lol
I wonder how do you actually raise your vit d levels while using sun screen?? X)
KareemSaid
Or just buy some cheap sunscreen and actually, you know, like go outside.
This has the added advantage of raising your vitamin D levels and not making you look like an orange dweeb.
So, £2 of this price is actually a donation to Marie Curie then? Seems to be anything but amazing to me....

Award for the stupidest comment of the day goes to....
Or just buy some cheap sunscreen and actually, you know, like go outside.

This has the added advantage of raising your vitamin D levels and not making you look like an orange dweeb.

So, £2 of this price is actually a donation to Marie Curie then? Seems to be anything but amazing to me....
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Legoand Windsor offer - TWO days at park, stay in hotel, free ice-cream for kids + kids TV/Movie room + more from just £38.25pp @ Legoland Holidays (Based on 2A/2C) £153.00

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£153.00 @ Legolandholidays
Awesome prices for high season, various dates in July & August -others are also aval but at higher cost Example dates July 20/21/23/24/30/31 August 3/6/7/11/13/14/17/18/20/21/24/25/27/28 Se… Read More
Awesome prices for high season, various dates in July & August -others are also aval but at higher cost Example dates July 20/21/23/24/30/31 August 3/6/7/11/13/14/17/18/20/21/24/25/27/28 Se…
goonertillidie Avatar3h, 36m agoFound 3 hours, 36 minutes ago6 Comments
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To be honest i'd consider just staying at the hotels and forgetting the park.

We don't live far (few miles) and despite having a 2 year old and Merlin passes for us and the Grandparents, we've only bothered taking her 4 times between us. Three of the four times the queues were ridiculous, we are talking about an hour to get some food, let alone get on a ride. The one time it was relatively less busy (but still busy) they didn't bother opening half the rides.

On a general note, we've been really disappointed with the passes. We've had them in the past, when family visited they worked out reasonable value for sight seeing. Eventually we stopped getting them as everyone had seen the sites they cover enough times, but this year we got them as the little one was coming to the age where she'd start enjoying the parks/london eye/etc.

Have to say, comparing to the past, prices have gone up significantly but what you get in return has deteriorated. You need premium for Fast Track, Special days, Summer hols in London, parking ,etc. The parks don't look like they've had a make over in years. And one of the advantages (as we live close to the parks) was you could pop in off peak on a whim to avoid the queues. But recent experience (including the other parks) has been they only operate "properly" when its wall to wall busy :( Don't think we'll be getting the passes again. The parks are closed half the year to begin with, if they are effectively going to run them half closed for much of the rest of the time (other then the odd weekend or school hols) whats the point in an annual pass!


Edited By: Mentos on Jun 27, 2017 18:22
fireman1
What's with this new fad of staying in a shod hotel and going back again the next day only to endure all that queuing and extortionate food pricing again!

Last time I went you could have done with 2 days, that way you could of gone on 2 rides :)

Edited By: Mikiex on Jun 27, 2017 17:58
What's with this new fad of staying in a shod hotel and going back again the next day only to endure all that queuing and extortionate food pricing again!
does anyone know if I am able to use Tesco Clubcard points with this deal?
reading and basingstoke ?

jesus these towns are nowhere near legoland

the disasterous arnhem parachute drop of ww2 which was nowhere near arnhem comes to mind
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Free Coca-Cola beach towel with purchase of 2x 8pack (2for £6.00) @ Tesco

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Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff. Some people do enjoy the drink, as do I, so if you don't please just leave some heat… Read More
Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff. Some people do enjoy the drink, as do I, so if you don't please just leave some heat…
Imdag2 Avatar22h, 17m agoFound 22 hours, 17 minutes ago67 Comments
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Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.However, next time someone judges you for reaching for a red and white can of the stuff, here are some medical justifications for doing so.Coca Cola can...ease digestionScientists and doctors have found that one of the best treatments for gastric phytobezoar, a condition where a person has difficulty with food moving through their digestive tract and suffers stomach blockages, is a glass of Coca Cola. The high acidity in the fizzy drink acts like gastric acid and can ease severe abdominal pain, break down the blockages and get things moving again.Coca Cola can...focus your mindJust like your morning cup of coffee, Coca Cola offers a good whack of the stimulant caffeine (it’s a caffeinated drink after all). As the caffeine enters your blood stream, it can spark increased concentration and mental focus, so if your attention levels are dipping, a mouthful or two of Coke could get you back up to speed. Overdo it though and too much caffeine can leave you feeling jittery and stressed.Coca Cola can...give you a sugar rushIf you’re all out of energy and in need of a quick blast of sugar to get over that 4pm slump. Of course, most doctors would recommend snacking on a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit for a more controlled release of sugar into your system, but sometimes you just need a rush to get you going – regardless of the inevitable sugar crash 30-60 minutes later.Coca Cola can...stop nauseaThere is much speculation on this front, but many people swear by a glass of flat coke when it comes to settling an upset stomach and eradicating nausea. While the jury is out on whether the drink is actually capable of curing a nasty bout of diarrhoea or sickness, what is agreed upon is the fact the sugar content in it will make you feel better – for a while at least.However…Regardless of the apparent medical benefits, and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day), it is still a fizzy drink, meaning it’s completely packed with sugar. Horrifyingly, one can of coke (330ml) contains 100% of your daily sugar allowance, and there’s no denying that will have a corrosive effect on your teeth over time.It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration. In fact, according to health writer Wade Meredith, it’ll make you want to urinate, and force your body to expel vital nutrients including calcium, magnesium, zinc and sodium.Bottom line, Coca Cola’s addictive. Even without the cocaine that was in the original list of ingredients, it has a similar effect on the pleasure centres in the brain as heroin – as do most caffeinated drinks.That’s not to say you should go immediately cold turkey on cola, just drink in moderation
It doesn't contain 100% of sugar intake in one can...its like 35-40% or something along those lines


It contains more than 100% of free sugar intake per day for the average adult....30g per day is the maximum amount advised, a can of coke has 35g of free sugars ( 'free sugar' is added sugar) http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/sugars.aspx


Edited By: tallica on Jun 27, 2017 17:58
chenzz
is diet coke eligible for the towel as well?
how big is the towel? and how good is it? Sheridan good or Next good?
Yes diet coke is included.
It's 70cm by 140cm.
Quality is okay. It's not premium. But it is free.

hakuna_matata
Hi OP can you get this if you buy the caffeine free diet coke? Or just the full sugar?
I'm not 100% sure if caffeine free will work. As I belive it only said coke, diet and zero.

However it did also say "purchase ANY 2 pack of 8" so you could argue that at the till.
Nobody seems to know anything about this in my Tesco Extra oO
not in the Great Yarmouth store
I don't wear logos, I know all the arguments about fizzy drinks and I'm STILL gonna enjoy my diet coke and towel!
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Santorini Return Tickets during October school holidays £125.00 per person @ Easyjet

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£125.00 @ easyJet
Booked a family trip for 4 adults and 1 child for £625 total. London Gatwick - fly out date 25th Oct 2017 (you can alter dates to 26/27) Santorini - Fly back date 28th Oct 2017 Per person travel co… Read More
Booked a family trip for 4 adults and 1 child for £625 total. London Gatwick - fly out date 25th Oct 2017 (you can alter dates to 26/27) Santorini - Fly back date 28th Oct 2017 Per person travel co…
kaunvin Avatar1d, 23h agoFound 1 day, 23 hours ago23 Comments
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Now travelling to Illios.
Hi,
Could you tell us what your plans are whilst there with the kids? We really want to go but dont know if it be fun for kids aswell?
Have you booked your accommodation aswell ?

Thanks
madmaxpayne
No thanks, asylum seeking environment
And London is not 'asylum seeking environment'?...
helloyoufool
Don't forget to factor in spends - I've heard it's far from cheap once there. For example I was told 1 beer is around 7 euros.

I've just returned from a holiday there last week and I would say prices there are similar to the UK. There's plenty of fancy & overpriced restaurants/bars where a beer might cost 4-5 euros, but regular supermarkets are very reasonable.
Don't forget to factor in spends - I've heard it's far from cheap once there. For example I was told 1 beer is around 7 euros.
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£59.00 return flights from Gatwick to Zante @ Thomson Holidays

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£59.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
£59 for return flights to Zante with Thomson. Departing 2nd July and Returning 16th July. This just includes flights not hotels or food. Read More
£59 for return flights to Zante with Thomson. Departing 2nd July and Returning 16th July. This just includes flights not hotels or food.
themeparkmad1 Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago11 Comments
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Everyone charges for hold luggage short haul, even BA. This is a great deal but Mykonos/Santorini are nicer in my opinion. Thomas Cook were selling the former for £60 return from Manchester, not sure if they still are. Thomson are doing Santorini for £120 which is still a great deal
OpineDevine
Thomson flights offer very limited free luggage, worth checking out before booking.
CORRECT! They charge for luggage on top, so please factor this in. Of course, you can purchase only one suitcase between say, two of you.
mcormack
Dodgy airline. Cold


how is Thomson dodgy lol
niron_ev
whoever voted this cold should not be on this site......£60 return to Greece in high summer.....this is what frustrates me about this site :( xx
Dodgy airline. Cold
Thomson flights offer very limited free luggage, worth checking out before booking.
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Orebic Peninsula, Croatia 7 Nights All Inclusive £229.00pp inc Flights SAVE 56% (London, Birmingham, Manchester) @ gogroupie

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Wow always fancied visiting Croatia, This was on an deal email last night it looks fantastic value for money! £229 per person, All Inclusive, Flights & Choice of Hotels http://www.aminess.com/en/… Read More
Wow always fancied visiting Croatia, This was on an deal email last night it looks fantastic value for money! £229 per person, All Inclusive, Flights & Choice of Hotels http://www.aminess.com/en/…
LynnePlumb41 Avatar4d, 8h agoFound 4 days, 8 hours ago17 Comments
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kerryb
looks like a very long transfer of 3 hours or more and the price from Manchester shoots up to £629. cold for me!


Take train to Birmingham, hardly around an hour and only £25return
looks like a very long transfer of 3 hours or more and the price from Manchester shoots up to £629. cold for me!
Actually booking separately the price is about the same, without the deal you have more options.
Loads to see and do in Birmingham.
Good points - I live there
Good points - you don't
rickj
Bitbotbang
I would rather holiday in Birmingham! More to see and do tbh!

Nothing to see or WORTH doing in Birmingham that is for sure


Agreed, awful place
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Chooseacottage.co.uk 10% with this code

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HukD world! If you are booking through Cottages.com, use the get deal link and save 10%. Found it on my employer benefits website. Boring bit: Cottages.com offer a range of over 13,000 holi… Read More
Instructions:HukD world! If you are booking through Cottages.com, use the get deal link and save 10%. Found it on my employer benefits website. Boring bit: Cottages.com offer a range of over 13,000 holiday properties throughout the UK, Ireland, France and Italy. Choose from a majestic castle i
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Playfactore family ticket £19.00 on wowcher

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The only time we will go Playfactore is when they put this deal on wowcher! Otherwise it costs a fortune to take the kids to the oversized softplay. Zipwire is extra, but laserquest is included. 2 adu… Read More
The only time we will go Playfactore is when they put this deal on wowcher! Otherwise it costs a fortune to take the kids to the oversized softplay. Zipwire is extra, but laserquest is included. 2 adu…
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From London: 7 Nights (6-13 July) in Syvota (Greece) for 2 adults £137.16pp @ Olympic Holidays £274.32

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If you are after a Greece holiday that's a bit different, Syvota looks lovely. It's ideal for exploring Paxos and Anti-Paxos and also there is a ferry to Corfu, so if you are looking at something that… Read More
If you are after a Greece holiday that's a bit different, Syvota looks lovely. It's ideal for exploring Paxos and Anti-Paxos and also there is a ferry to Corfu, so if you are looking at something that…
rachelandgromit Avatar5d, 20h agoFound 5 days, 20 hours ago8 Comments
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I have been on this exact holiday. Reps are an unneccessary pain but can also be useful guides, mourtemeno apartments are literally like prison cells but smaller, if you like to stay in your hotel don't go here.

That said one of the best and cheapest holidays I've ever been on, 10minute ramble to an incredible beach, Syvota and nearby Parga are beautiful, great food, very cheap and sweet friendly gracious people. Lots of feta salads simple honest tasty, rent a little motor boat and see the clearest water you will see anywhere in the world and find yourself a private white sandy pristine beach. Go to the olive oil factory in Parga, the oil they produce is amazing. Everything is on a small scale so not a daunting place to visit. If you feel adventurous rent a moped, no traffic and good roads, otherwise 20minute walk to the little seaside town where yachts are moored and there are small tourist shops, arcades and plenty of kebab, ice cream shops and restaurants. There are loads of shuttles and excursions available, go to the local excursion office on the way to town to get it cheaper than from the reps, locals are not rip off merchants and reps go to the same place. If you are a foodie you will find good food, if you are not fussed there is lots of choice. You can't really go wrong on this holiday it's just a traditional quiet breakaway, not challenging, mostly pretty peaceful, town open til late. Do it.
spughie
This might sound stupid, but as a single person could I purchase for 2 adults then just go myself?


Always wonder this. sometimes stating 1 adult makes things more expensive but should try first. should be same or lower cost as its same room but one less flight.

Or find another singleton to go with. eh? eh?? :)
el_cheapo
It would appear that there is more than 1 sivota. I believe this holiday is actually in Syvota which is on the mainland very close to Corfu not on the island of Lefkada

I think you're right, made even more confusing as it seems to be spelt two different ways too. This is from the Olympic website:

SivotaSet in an area of outstanding natural beauty, unspoilt Sivota is clad in cool green forests of pine, cypress and olive trees, with majestic mountains, green valleys and fringed with serene sandy coves.

DescriptionSivota remains one of the most unspoilt regions in the whole of Greece. Located on the mainland of Greece just 20 kilometres north of Parga and overlooking Corfu , holidays in Sivota are fabulous for anyone looking for a beautiful unspoilt holiday destination with most of its heritage still intact.
It would appear that there is more than 1 sivota. I believe this holiday is actually in Syvota which is on the mainland very close to Corfu not on the island of Lefkada
spughie
This might sound stupid, but as a single person could I purchase for 2 adults then just go myself?


I don't see any reason why not, you've paid for both. I mean who knew last minute that your 'friend' would be taken ill and couldn't go....
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All Inclusive Caribbean cruise from Orlando including, flights, luggage, 3 night stay and Orlando City Pass at Travelzoo for £1,199 £1,199.00

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10 night Caribbean cruise and stay holiday from Orlando. 7 nights Premium All Inclusive cruise on Norwegian Epic, including flights, 3 nights hotel stay in Orlando, Orlando City Pass (Madame Tussauds,… Read More
10 night Caribbean cruise and stay holiday from Orlando. 7 nights Premium All Inclusive cruise on Norwegian Epic, including flights, 3 nights hotel stay in Orlando, Orlando City Pass (Madame Tussauds,…
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Transfers are extortionate, don't buy those, £150 for 2 people!

Wonder how much to get a balcony or at least a sea-view?
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Tripp Holiday Magenta Holdall £12.00 del with code @ Debenhams

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I bought this bargain from Tripp at Debenhams. Great sized holdall to use for my gym stuff and also going to take in on holiday with me and its only £12!! Nice and bright magenta colour but they also Read More
I bought this bargain from Tripp at Debenhams. Great sized holdall to use for my gym stuff and also going to take in on holiday with me and its only £12!! Nice and bright magenta colour but they also
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Free standard delivery SH65, SH3B free click & collect & £5 voucher.
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Disneyland Paris 2 Nights inc Flights & Park Entry £139.00pp, Save 38% (Multiple Airports) @ holidaypirates

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£139.00 @ Holiday Pirates
Loving the Holiday Pirates Website so many good deals 2, 3 or 4nt stay with flights & park entry from just £139pp Spotted this and the price looks fab also regional airports to fly from: London… Read More
Loving the Holiday Pirates Website so many good deals 2, 3 or 4nt stay with flights & park entry from just £139pp Spotted this and the price looks fab also regional airports to fly from: London…
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This price is for November dates only
Good overall value, but doing full justice to the park with a 1-day ticket isn't truly viable without running your legs off!
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Afternoon/Day/Overnight Trip to Calais for Car & Up to 9 Passengers PLUS Bottle of Wine FREE from £20.00 with code @ P&O Ferries

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Offer from Daily Express. use code NREXPRESS to book online Just one bottle of wine this time from the looks of it but should help a few. Afternoon Trip £20 Day Trip £22 Overnight Trip £22 *Bookab… Read More
Offer from Daily Express. use code NREXPRESS to book online Just one bottle of wine this time from the looks of it but should help a few. Afternoon Trip £20 Day Trip £22 Overnight Trip £22 *Bookab…
5557223 Avatar6d, 9h agoFound 6 days, 9 hours ago16 Comments
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Hi, would like to do the overnight. Has anybody tried the telephone booking?
Is this deal still active? Their T&Cs says for travel between 19th January and 30th March 2017.
And your T&Cs says Book this offer from 18th June until 2nd July 2017 and travel from 20th June until 20th July 2017.
Bitbotbang
michaelyoung
Bitbotbang
I thought we all voted BREXIT! Why and why do we still want to go to France?????
Can't decide whether it's sarcasm or stupidity.
You sound like a BREXITER! Guys like you are the ones who put us in this mess!!
God no, I don't read the Daily Mail. I'm a REMOANER and proud of it!
DonkeyKonk
Get the overnight, drink the 9 Bottles asap, have an experience of a lifetime.


Wrong way round 9 people 1 bottle not 1 person 9 bottles ;-)
ijack
If you have 9 passengers you are not driving a car

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michaelyoung
Bitbotbang
I thought we all voted BREXIT! Why and why do we still want to go to France?????
Can't decide whether it's sarcasm or stupidity.


You sound like a BREXITER! Guys like you are the ones who put us in this mess!!
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2x Alton Towers tickets, choose date yourself including school holidays for £11.50 with 4 unique codes from inside The Times

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A good deal, paper is about £1.80 on weekdays I think but you can always have a browse of it in a shop or get it free at Waitrose or Booths when spending the right amount on shopping. You put the c… Read More
A good deal, paper is about £1.80 on weekdays I think but you can always have a browse of it in a shop or get it free at Waitrose or Booths when spending the right amount on shopping. You put the c…
boyaloud Avatar6d, 21h agoFound 6 days, 21 hours ago235 Comments
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if anyone has a spare codes for last week - please please pm me. i only saw this offer yesterday and need two lots (4 tickets) for family. please please pm me if u have x thank you
Sagor
sweetfish38
I have 5 codes from Saturday if anybody wants one?
Hi, can I have one mate, thanks
me please if its still available x
Shaf_cool
Anyone got a spare code for me for thursday 22nd/fri 23rd june? I have lots of spare codes for saturdays and mondays
if u dont use ur code please could u pm it to me? i know im cheeky to ask...
rock2011
Hello,
I bought 4 papers today not knowing it has to be different days.
Code swap anyone??
have todays code if u wont to swap x (27/06}
emmagodier
Anyone need day 1 code I have spare now!

yes please if its still available. please please. pm me if its still not used x
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1 Night Hotel Stay (2 Adults & 2 Children) and Free Entry for Children into Knowsley Safari from £33.61 *Lots of availablity for school holidays* @ Groupon

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I'm not a Groupon fan but for various dates over the next couple of months, if you aren't stuck to jusr weekends there is what appears to be a really good offer on Groupon for the Holiday Inn at Knows… Read More
I'm not a Groupon fan but for various dates over the next couple of months, if you aren't stuck to jusr weekends there is what appears to be a really good offer on Groupon for the Holiday Inn at Knows…
rachelandgromit Avatar6d, 21h agoFound 6 days, 21 hours ago5 Comments
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Can you add a extra child?
**Please note that adult Safari Park tickets are not included and they must be purchased at the Safari Park. One child voucher is included for each paying adult.
they also have an offer on for day visits mon-fri in june so ends next week whole car for £15 entry im looking to go when its a bt cooler xx so this is like £15 for the car instead of something similar per person but only available in june x
Sid.WF17
Is breakfast definitely included?


Just rung the hotel for you, yes it does. It's only a basic breakfast, but does include some hot options.
Is breakfast definitely included?
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Lego Creator 31063 Beachside Vacation £5.00 at Asda instore! RRP £19.99

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Spotted in Asda Tamworth, none left on shelves now unfortunately. Apparently nationwide. Might be worth checking your local! Read More
Spotted in Asda Tamworth, none left on shelves now unfortunately. Apparently nationwide. Might be worth checking your local!
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full price @ Merthyr - checked at till
None in my local, though I did get a couple of little 3 in 1 trains for 50p each
I got the same deal in Asda Fareham today! Bargain!
funkeymunkey
Crap i paid £9
Still a good size set for that to be honest!
Crap i paid £9
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Single Parent (1 Adult 1 Child) August Holiday from Newcastle 8-15 August just 207.27pp @ booking.com £414.46

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I've had a couple of people ask me for budget school holiday deals for single parents so here's a good value trip to Tenerife. Flights are with Ryanair, and include only hand luggage book on http://w… Read More
I've had a couple of people ask me for budget school holiday deals for single parents so here's a good value trip to Tenerife. Flights are with Ryanair, and include only hand luggage book on http://w…
rachelandgromit Avatar1w, 10h agoFound 1 week, 10 hours ago5 Comments
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anything from Bristol or Cardiff please? :D
Dread to think what passengers may catch from them flight seats ,such disgusting behaviour
Ryanair is appauling
Allowed sex act in full view of other passengers
Randy couple romped in front of passengers on flight from Manchester to Ibiza
Man asked if anyone had a condom before he started romping with girlfriend
Mr Williams said crew did nothing to stop the couple or even reprimand them
By Rory Tingle For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 19:26, 8 June 2017 | UPDATED: 08:05, 15 June 2017


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4585716/Couple-sex-Manchester-Ibiza-Ryanair-flight.
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
xxxangelxxx
Was only saying yesterday they should do more deals for single parents, heat added

Will keep my eye out.
Was only saying yesterday they should do more deals for single parents, heat added
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Bargain school holiday flights to Polish Riviera from £45.18 return with ryanair

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Bargain flights from Ryanair from Leeds Bradford to Gdansk during school holidays for less than £46 return. Visit beautiful Gdansk and/or explore further up the coast to Sopot/Gydnia with its beautifu… Read More
Bargain flights from Ryanair from Leeds Bradford to Gdansk during school holidays for less than £46 return. Visit beautiful Gdansk and/or explore further up the coast to Sopot/Gydnia with its beautifu…
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Might visit, are they as rude as they are here though?
If you dont act like a typical Brit in Kraków you are likely to be treated good.

What's a typical brit? What if I am a brit? Is that wrong? I was reading an article a few years ago that said "don't think the poles are rude, they're just being polish". So why did you just comment on me being british and assume that's something bad?

So if we accept poles for who they are what makes you think its ok to say I cannot be who I am in another country.

UGH, like I said, rude, obnoxious, and abominably racist. At least 10 years ago they were the "humble poles", now they make comments like "we don't give freebies to world's freeloaders". Dripping with arrogance, which is rich coming from a nation of people who literally come over in droves and send every penny back. They say arrogance is the hallmark of the mediocre.

but let's not make this into a political argument. I am not against anyone but I have heard a pole say "black people stink", "muslims are born rapists" and "brits deserve to be ripped off". So allow me to have my opinion. It's only that - my opinion. Don't even try to tell me I am a typical brit, you might not understand social graces where you come from, but in England it's RUDE. Which was my point.


I did not mean to insult you kind sir, I was implying that if you behave yourself in a civilised manner you are likely to have a good time over in Poland whatever the city you go to, the service over there may not be as vaseline loaded as in western countries but it improved year on year.

By typical brit in krakow I have meant such behaviour: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/11243504/Krakow-defaced-by-the-debauchery-and-drunkeness-of-British-stag-parties.html

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/515172/british-welsh-stag-do-krakow-poland-acid-attack/amp
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Any suggestions for accommodation please and onward travel from airport
I stayed at the Sofitel Grand Sopot which was stunning, but we had a hugely reduced rate there. Check out the recommendations on Booking.com and go for a higher star rating. There are some lovely lodges on the beach which look very cool.

We got to resort by taxi from the airport, but I reckon Uber will be a cheaper option.
Loved Sopot, and Gdansk, stayed there on a lads weekend. Like people say, cheap and beautiful. The Polish people were nothing but hospitable when we were there. Being bought shots in a bar by a load of (Polish) students who were celebrating the end of their exams and then being brought a pint from a guy who was "So thankful to the English for our assistance during the war" I had to concede it might have been my granddad there ;-)

So I would say book it, go see some really lovely Eastern European culture and architecture before it gets spoilt.
Any suggestions for accommodation please and onward travel from airport
MadonnaProject
Might visit, are they as rude as they are here though?


Not as rude as you
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Nivea Sun Lotion Various SPF Levels starting from £3.80 @ Amazon

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Make sure you get a high factor number.A factor 15 with a 5 star UVA is far less effective than a factor 30 with a 4 star UVA (And i'm referring to the U.V.A) - The stars act as a ratio between the factor and the UVA blockage. So you want a higher factor number with a high star rating. A lower factor number with a high star rating is not as protective.For a similar explanation, visit the British Dermatology Doctors Page: http://www.bad.org.uk/for-the-public/skin-cancer/sunscreen-fact-sheet#uva-star-system


they do the same as nivea pictured above, factor 30 uvb but with 5 star uva. £2.79. Wonder why a big brand like nivea don't do full 5 star uva?

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I've been happily using Nivea my whole life but i'm thinking to switch now, as it's full with parabens. Does anyone know of an affordable suncream without them?
^ the aldi one is factor 30, best price for value. We know other brand just charge higher because they can get away with it.

I, like many have been shopping in aldi and lidl for many years now. Value for money.
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aldi do a copy of this. £2.79. Has full 5 star uva rating too. Nivia only has 4 stars! used in Spain on our kids with no problems.


Make sure you get a high factor number.
A factor 15 with a 5 star UVA is far less effective than a factor 30 with a 4 star UVA (And i'm referring to the U.V.A) - The stars act as a ratio between the factor and the UVA blockage.

So you want a higher factor number with a high star rating. A lower factor number with a high star rating is not as protective.

For a similar explanation, visit the British Dermatology Doctors Page: http://www.bad.org.uk/for-the-public/skin-cancer/sunscreen-fact-sheet#uva-star-system

Edited By: Firefly1 on Jun 19, 2017 21:06: Jun 19, 2017 21:06
aldi do a copy of this. £2.79. Has full 5 star uva rating too. Nivia only has 4 stars! used in Spain on our kids with no problems.
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From Newcastle: Family of 4 July 11 Night All Inclusive Holiday to Fuerteventura Inc Flights, Good Rated Hotel & Private Transfers £375.88pp @ Ebookers/Jet2 Whole Family £1,503.52

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Great deal thanks for posting. I'm still looking but probably need to go end of August, just waiting for work dates.
I would rather holiday in Newcastle!
Way better IMO!
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free admission to South lakes safari zoo before the kids school holidays

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You can also get a family pass for £5 that gets 2 adults and unlimited kids in during the summer holidays
http://www.wishfm.net/vouchers/voucher/safari-zoo-5-for-a-family-ticket-594/
Darzen
But it's all the same staff, the ones that let animals starve to death.


And hopefully new owners will have out new steps in place to stop that happening. Funny how we give companies second chances look at the tumble dryer fiasco but someone tries to actually change something with animals and it all kicks off.
gregmorris
under new ownership so support it I say instead of assuming it will be as it was before.


But it's all the same staff, the ones that let animals starve to death.
under new ownership so support it I say instead of assuming it will be as it was before.
went here once and one of the tiger keepers was aggravating the tiger ,my wife was about to say "what on earth are doing".
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From Stansted: 1 Week August School Holidays 3-10 August in Halkidiki £260.43pp @ Alpharooms - Total for Family of 4 £1,041.69

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A nice school holiday deal to Halkidiki for a family of 4 staying in the Finikas Apartments which come highly rated and are near the beach. The total price includes flights (hold luggage extra), apart…
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Good deal - really enjoyed Hanioti many years ago , despite the maddening number of pesky wasps - especially on the stoney beaches.
Didn't last long, nearly double the price for flights now
...what's the equivalent of a tyre-kicker???
Oooh, a potential candidate! The only downside is travelling down to the airport :D
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Fuerteventura All Inclusive Christmas Holiday from Bristol 2 adults @ Easyjet Holidays + 3.3% Quidco/TCB £622.70

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+ 1 child £170 extra 7 Nights, from Sat 24 Dec Bristol - Fuerteventura 24 December 2016 - 13:35 — 17:40 Fuerteventura - Bristol 31 December 2016 - 18:20 — 22:30 1x APARTMENT, One Bedroom-4 People
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Remember it excludes check in baggage and transfers. If you compare a proper "package deal" this would add at least an extra £130, equating to £750 for 2. You may not need to check in luggage and accept you need to buy razors, etc. It is also a 3* hotel. No entertainment etc. It also looks very dated.

It is not a bad price, but not great. There were 4* deals on Thomas Cook for similar and lower prices over the past 8 weeks to Canaries.

Prices seem to be low this year and massive price changes on Thomson. Eg from £420 per person for a 24 hour AI to £700 for the same holiday (per person) on the same dates. First Choice prices were cheaper than Thomson (same group).


I take my Wilkinson or Gillette razor as hand luggage regularly and never had problems. Put it in my clear toilet bag with everything else.
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known as the windy island - and with good reason. Been once, no interest in returning.


I know ain't it a bitch to have a nice gentle sea breeze taking the edge of those blistering temperatures!
My favourite island (I've been about 10 times) but avoid the hotel listed here because it's in a residential area with lots of partly built developments around it and the nearest beach or proper tourist area is a fairly long walk away in Caleta.
Remember it excludes check in baggage and transfers. If you compare a proper "package deal" this would add at least an extra £130, equating to £750 for 2. You may not need to check in luggage and accept you need to buy razors, etc. It is also a 3* hotel. No entertainment etc. It also looks very dated.

It is not a bad price, but not great. There were 4* deals on Thomas Cook for similar and lower prices over the past 8 weeks to Canaries.

Prices seem to be low this year and massive price changes on Thomson. Eg from £420 per person for a 24 hour AI to £700 for the same holiday (per person) on the same dates. First Choice prices were cheaper than Thomson (same group).

Edited By: Common Sense on Dec 14, 2016 09:02
Nice find heading to fuerteventura friday, can't wait :D went last Christmas and couldn't recommend it enough. Most all inclusive hotels have Christmas Gala on the 25th.

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£20 off Stays till 30th of August with voucher @ Helpful Holidays

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STAYHOLD boot organiser - less than half price for Father's Day £11.00 Tesco

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Wow I hadn't even noticed that before. Excellent for future reference
Just went in to Tesco Extra in Milton Keynes and grabbed 2 of these bad boys for my dad and granddad for Fathers Day! Great product, I already had it in my car! Keeps everything organised and in place!
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Really..??? Is this an April Fool? :D

Haha no it defiantly works I have collected mine about 20 mins ago and was £11! Just use the check stock in your local store bit under where it says out of stock!
Really..??? Is this an April Fool? :)
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Barbados 7 nights self catering holiday including return direct flights from London Gatwick £599.00 @ British Airways

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If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive hurricanes most October's for the last few years years haven't they?


Just checked 6 and 7 September is priced at £643.
If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive hurricanes most October's for the last few years years haven't they?
I went to Cancun in Late Sept / Early Oct once and the weather was still absolutely roasting, sure the odd tropical downpour for half hour and then clear skies again. Won't be the same everywhere but could well be a cheeky bargain
This is not a good time of year to experience a great resort. Don't do it.
This is what holiday-weather.com has on its site

Just as summer ends in many countries around the world, Bridgetown still has an average temperature of 27°C (81°F) in October and it is a fantastic place for an autumn break. High temperatures reach 29°C (84°F) with milder evenings of 24°C (75°F) and a welcoming breeze.
A solid 8 hours of sunshine per day and sea temperatures of 29°C (84°F) means a trip to this resort can certainly help to keep winter at bay.
October is generally a humid month and one of the rainiest months of the year with 178mm, but there are still blue skies and many interesting activities to explore. Even though October is in the hurricane season it is unlikely to be affected by a tropical storm or hurricane, so this is a great time to visit Barbados.
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2 course Bella Italian meal for 2 was £42.96 now £18.00 / £9pp valid all through summer holidays @ Groupon

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Get a 2 course meal for 2 for just £18 (£9pp) at Groupon or for 4 people it's £36 Choose from starter and main or main and dessert from a great set menu - seems to be lots of choice. Voucher is valid
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We got a similar deal from Zizzi, it was the first time I haven't finished my Pizza in a restaurant, and it was nothing to do with the quantity, it was the worst Pizza I have ever tasted
I just bought the three courses with a glass of win for 2, for £20 @ Zizzi from BuyAgift. Much better value.
Worked as a waiter for 10years including Bella Italia. Certain restaurants attracted better quality customers who tipped for good service. Ultimately these attracted better quality staff. All the companies I worked for let you keep 100% of your tips. However you then gave 10% to the bar team and 10% to the table cleaners. Again, the more you want the better quality service you got from the bar etc.

Ultimately you get what you pay for long term.

I would be very surprised if you can't tell the difference between good and bad service.
Britneyfan
Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have minimum wage for a reason.

Yes, if the service is good, I will generally will tip around 10% with cash directly to the member of staff whom served me.

I know a lot of staff are told to say it, but the one thing I can't stand is when you're in the middle of eating and/or having a conversation and you get asked "Is everything OK with your food?".. This normally happens when I have a mouthful of food.
Britneyfan
Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have minimum wage for a reason.

I tip but only because they make it feel awkward otherwise, staff who do this need to find a new job if they think people should have to tip because they write down a order and go to the kitchen to get it for them lol
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Summer in Dublin from the UK at £87.00pp via Holiday Pirates

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The flights are from Leeds but you can grab cheap flights from most UK airports and we have listed many of them below. Of course as this trip is what is known as a DIY trip you can change all aspe…
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Are holiday pirates even still around? Became pointless the second they sold out to package deals. Best deals on flights with secret flying.
Rooms don`t exist at the prices they show

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BA British Airways Luxury Beach Holidays from £389pp

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Ends tomorrow. Travel September Business Class Flights + 4 or 5 Star Hotel. Algarve (Faro) from £389 pp Malaga from £425 pp Bari from £438 pp Sardinia (Cagliari) from £440 pp Nice from £462 pp Ibiz…
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How is this getting cold votes? It is a wonder that anybody takes time to share offers on this site with so many inconsiderate people voting deals down, with no justification.

I posted a deal this week and it got voted cold but i linked 2 same deals for more money and these were voted +200 work that one out ? This is a good deal as its business class and 4-5 star hotel and not ryanair easy jet.
Looks like some people are still sour at the whole IT outage situation.....these are great prices
How is this getting cold votes? It is a wonder that anybody takes time to share offers on this site with so many inconsiderate people voting deals down, with no justification.
Agreed, pricing looks great. Heat from me.
Great prices the idiots voting cold again for no reason your should have your voting power taken away.

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100% Cotton Boys Regatta T-shirt £1.84 / £5.79 delivered @ Regatta outlet

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100% Cotton Boys Regatta T-shirt, Bargain at £1.84 Currently size in stock: 2, 3/4, 5/6 Plenty of other other items on clearance, can easily fill the basket to justify the shipping :) well worth ch…
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Thank you, that's a few Xmas presents sorted. Heat added.
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From Manchester or London: 12 Night Holiday visiting Lisbon (2 nights), Toronto (4 nights), Niagara Falls (2 nights) & New York (4 nights) April 2018 £707.30pp £1,414.61 @ booking.com

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This is a great value trip 16-28 April, visiting Lisbon, Toronto, Niagara Falls and New York, flying from Manchester or London (same price). This is based on Manchester flights. 16-18 April You'll…
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I was replying to someone who was asking about dates and availability. I didn't say they had to travel on those dates!! You will see the screen shots I posted to them had flights for April and May.

I never had the luggage price added on when I screen shotted the dates with Delta. I may be mistaken though. Apologies it will add an extra £20pp onto the price if people have one case.
Thank you for the constructive feedback it is helpful and I'll note it for future deals.



http://www.planetairlines.net/blogs/post/Cheap-London-to-Lisbon-and-Toronto-for-£216
Strangely I have just tried again with Delta and it never gave me the option to add hold luggage on, nor the cost or how to do this. I'm genuinely interested in a) whether it's included and b) if it isn't how are you supposed to add it on or pay for it, unless you do it at the airport. I've sent them a tweet so will report back. It would be helpful if you could let me know if you can see an option to add luggage on on the Delta website as I can't on a mobile.
I was replying to someone who was asking about dates and availability. I didn't say they had to travel on those dates!! You will see the screen shots I posted to them had flights for April and May.

I never had the luggage price added on when I screen shotted the dates with Delta. I may be mistaken though. Apologies it will add an extra £20pp onto the price if people have one case.
Thank you for the constructive feedback it is helpful and I'll note it for future deals.
rachelandgromit
siadwel
Forgive me but this just goes to show that you really haven't a clue. You DON'T go to Toronto, Niagara Falls and New York in February unless you have to, you definitely don't go on holiday. Blizzards, day time freezing temperatures, why ? Mid April can still be bad here as well. Now let's start looking at the itinerary. That Lisbon hotel has some interesting reviews, plus you never seem to add any airport transfers in your prices, why ? The Niagara hotel to the airport is over 2 hours by bus or at least £50 by taxi, probably more, as you're crossing in to the USA from Canada and will have a border check but again no mention of this. Have you added luggage on this "holiday" ? I presume that you have as surely nobody would create an itinerary like this without adding luggage would they ?A sense of reality is required in your posts. They remind me of one of those cakes that look nice but as soon as you bite in to it you realise that it looks a lot better than it tastes and really wish that you hadn't bothered wasting your money in the first place.Sorry.
OK, I'll answer your questions. Firstly, this is in April. You'll arrive into Toronto around the 18th April NOT February, I'm unsure where you got that from. Yes, luggage is included. Flights are with TAP and I you get 23kg of allowance. I would say if luggage was extra.
Lastly, in regards to airport transfers. I find that many people like to explore their own options for airport transportation. With the likes of Uber or similar, as well as public transport I find that my choice of using public transport wouldn't suit everyone. There are far cheaper ways of getting from Niagara to Buffalo and for anyone that booked this trip this is useful link as there is a Greyhound bus as well as a list of transfer companies. I guess some people may also choose to drive. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g154998-s301/Niagara-Falls:Ontario:Arriving.And.Departing.html

If you look at my reply you will see that I quoted you, so that is where I got it from. You priced this up for April, but you replied to someone that there are dates in February and March. No travel expert worth their salt would say this.
As regards luggage, Delta charge $25 for the first case and $35 for subsequent cases, you seem to have missed this out for the Buffalo - New York leg. If you're going to reply, best to check first. Here's some links.

http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/baggage/before-your-trip/checked.html

http://www.opodo.co.uk/travel/?mktportal=google-brand&gclid=CjwKEAjw1PPJBRDq9dGHivbXmhcSJAATZd_BTRFSXNgXr43-XW3HS078h6t1vBGQSm_lV09VdeuRUxoCGlTw_wcB#/results/type=O;dep=2018-04-24;from=BUF;to=LGA;direct=true;resident=false;collectionmethod=false;airlinescodes=false;internalSearch=true;flexibleDates=true

You put some good European deals up but best avoid anything across the Atlantic.
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From Belfast: 9 Nights August School Holiday to Tenerife, sea view room & 10 mins walk to Playa de las Americas £288.47pp - whole family of 4 inc flights (£1,153.99 total) @ Booking.com

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This is a really good value 9 night August school holiday deal to Tenerife and from Belfast too. The apartments are just 10 mins from Playa de las Americas and have good reviews with a free shuttle bu…
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Great belfast offer thanks
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From Luton: 8 Nights Summer Holiday August Lanzarote (£294pp) @ Ryanair/Alpharooms - Whole Family £1,175.00

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8 NIGHTS ....26th July - 3rd August with good flight times Flights: Ryanair for 2 Adults + 2 Children = £581 Good flight times: 26th July Luton: 0630/1040 3rd August: 1150/1400 Hotel: Acuario…
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And remember loads of sun cream. We're out there now and it's so hot 8)8)8)
Just remember to add on transfers or taxi costs, easy to compare prices and shouldn't be too much, I'd say under £20 return for the whole family so still under £300pp.
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From East Midlands: 19-26 July Family of 5 School Holiday to Menorca £214.92pp @ Travel Republic/Ryanair - Total for a family of 5 £1,074.60

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Here is a nice family holiday to Menorca 19-26 July based on a family of 5 sharing. It includes flights, hotel and transfers, though hold luggage is additional costs and you can add this in depending
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margamboy
I have booked dates very similar to these for Menorca give or take a few days either side and I think I have a better deal, the total for me came to £1245 that included return flights with Thomsons at good times i.e 7am out and 11am back, inc luggage. Car hire for the week fully insured for 2 drivers and a private villa with pool full air con, WiFi etc, but this was for 4 not 5, but the fifth would only need a flight as the villa accommodates 6.


Sounds a good deal too, unsure how much it would be for a 5th person though and you may find even though the villa sleeps 5 you have to pay for an extra person. Unfortunately the flight prices around this time tend to be quite expensive too. Still you got a great price for a villa.
ASH12
Not our school holidays :(
Nor ours. Break up on 25th
I have booked dates very similar to these for Menorca give or take a few days either side and I think I have a better deal, the total for me came to £1245 that included return flights with Thomsons at good times i.e 7am out and 11am back, inc luggage. Car hire for the week fully insured for 2 drivers and a private villa with pool full air con, WiFi etc, but this was for 4 not 5, but the fifth would only need a flight as the villa accommodates 6.
johnraggett
Not sure many schools break up until the Friday, although I'm sure a few probably will

I hear there are quite a few tummy bugs that go around at end of term for a couple of days....;)
Not sure many schools break up until the Friday, although I'm sure a few probably will

No matter what your requirements, you'll find a holiday to suit your needs perfectly when you  shop around. Whether you are in search of a romantic getaway, short break, spa and wellness package or activity holiday, there's something for you. If you were thinking more of a family self-catering holiday in the UK or overseas, a camping or caravan trip, package holiday with all-inclusive deals, a cruise, or just a holiday with your pets, all of the above are easy to book online or with travel agents on the high street. Making the time to unwind and relax on a regular basis gives you the quality time needed with loved ones and friends, and makes up for long hours worked on a regular basis.



thomas cook 175 yearsThe Brits and Holidays



The first holiday tour operator was Thomas Cook, based in Leicester, UK. He set up his holiday company in 1841 and was running exploration holidays to Europe and Egypt. Thomas Cook has been credited with taking the idea of holidaying and package holidays to the masses, with their new access to higher earnings alongside a craving for exciting and educational experiences through travel. In 1937, Butlins opened its first holiday camp in Skegness. The novelty of holiday camps was met with enthusiasm by the British public and by 1939 there were several holiday camps in existence, often with accommodation for up to 500,000 people. The first package holiday provider was Horizon, who provided charter flights to Corsica and accompanying accommodation. Package holiday deals were an affordable way to take a holiday abroad for many Brits throughout the 1950s and 1960s, with new-found easy access to popular holiday destinations such as the Costa Brava, Crete, the Algarve and Sardinia. This type of holiday was launched by Club Med in the 1950s and most destinations tend to be warmer climates, such as the Caribbean. All-inclusive holiday resorts generally provide holidaymakers with a minimum of three meals daily (plus snacks) and a selection of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.

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Package Holidays

Package holidays normally include flights, transfers, accommodation and travel insurance. Major tour operators in the UK are Thomson, Thomas Cook AG and First Choice. Specialist holiday companies often belong to these major tour operators, for instance Club 18-30 is now owned by Thomas Cook. Some budget airlines operate their own package holiday companies, such as Jet2 Holidays while others now offer hotel deals with flights, like Easyjet. Online package holidays are available from companies such as lastminute.com and travelrepublic.co.uk. You'll find a variety of different types of package holiday offered by the same tour operator, for example budget package holidays, city breaks, all-inclusive trips, activity holidays, winter sun breaks and even cruises.



An important point to remember in regards to hotel breaks, is whether your eating requirements are met in full. Some hotels may not provide any meals within the price of the package deal, leading to increased expenditure on holiday at every mealtime. Other hotels only provide breakfast, a commonplace feature of some city break hotels and boutique hotels, yet other holiday hotel destinations will provide full board or half board. Full board accommodation gives you three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) whereas half board, where you can expect breakfast and an evening meal to be included within the package deal, tends to be popular with most hotel guests as it gives flexibility around lunch time. Again, this depends very much on the chosen deal and your own circumstances. Older travellers and families with young children and babies may well find the full board benefits of a package holiday deal at hotels more worthwhile. 

As people are holidaying on a more frequent basis and opting for a variety of different types of holiday, the sophistication of available package deals has increased to meet the demand. It's become increasingly common to tailor package holiday deals to meet travellers' needs more comprehensively. Car hire or sporting and leisure activities used to be additional extras that could be purchased at the resort, but increased demand from today's population has led to car hire, golfing and leisure activity options being included within holidays from most tour operators. This means you can browse available hotels, choose the accommodation best suited to your requirements, and then add car hire, meal options and sports activities into your custom holiday package deal. 



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Is an All-Inclusive Holiday Good for Families?



In many ways, the all-inclusive holiday is the ultimate holiday deal. It usually includes the arrival journey, the accommodation, beverages, the complete dining experience with a minimum of three meals a day, plus the all important entertainment. These deals can be a good choice for holidaymakers who do not want to invest much time in planning and are looking for a great value break with just about everything accommodated for within the upfront payment. As a general rule of thumb, the more your spend the better the quality of the deal - all-inclusive holidays at some of the upmarket five star hotels may well feature better amenities and even leisure activities, like golf.



In the truest sense of the phrase, it really does pay to check out available deals and prices with independent travel agents, who offer the full range of tour operator brochures and available holidays, as well as online sources like thomson.co.uk or lastminute.com. Online travel agencies can also be ideal, because you're in control and can thus immediately reserve the holiday you want, at the price you're prepared to pay.

One major drawback of all-inclusive holidays, highlighted by frequent travellers, is that the choice of available beverages and snacks can be limited to locally available options or the most inexpensive products at that destination. Furthermore, taking all-inclusive holidays may discourage holidaymakers from exploring the locality, dining in local restaurants or bars and making the most of the time within any holiday resort.


Last Minute Holiday Deals



Lastminute.com, launched in 1998, was the pioneer of the online travel retail market with a focus on cheap, 'last minute' holiday deals for online consumers. The business expanded into lifestyle and leisure offerings, however, it's main popularity has always come from the affordable, last minute holiday deals. You'll also come across some fantastic last minute deals directly through tour operators and on sites such as holidayhypermarket.co.uk and travelsupermarket.com.



Discounted holidays have always been fairly easy to source, because cancellations or vacancies within any tour operator's schedule need to be sold. High street retailers often advertise their budget-priced holiday deals with displays in their shop windows. Various tour operators, often coach tour companies, use a variety of methods to attract last minute travellers, including 'Mystery Tour' deals or unspecified hotel holidays, with customers being unaware of the destination until departure and allocated a hotel room upon arrival in the holiday resort. 



Holidays in the UK



The rich variety of landscapes and history in the UK make it a perfect choice for a well-earned break and can be a cost effective option for larger families and groups. There are a number of appealing choices including holiday camps such as Butlins or Pontins, self-catering breaks in countryside accommodation, caravan parks located close to beaches, or even well-known resorts such as Blackpool or Torquay. Indeed, the wide range of available holidays is encouraging, particularly given the varied interests of modern consumers.



The beauty of opting for holiday camps like Butlins is the all-inclusive nature of all on site entertainments. Guests can choose to rent self-catering accommodation at Butlins or Pontins, or alternatively opt for half board or full board. There is a fun selection of leisure entertainment on offer in these camps, often funfair rides, circus acts, cabaret and entertainments, skating and pool complexes. It is mostly free of charge but of course, some activities will be charged at additional rates, for example slot machines and horse riding. 



Caravan holiday sites, such as Haven, Parkdean and Hoseasons provide similar inclusive deals to their guests staying in mobile home and caravan accommodation. There are a number of independent holiday caravan sites to be found at some of the most beautiful UK seaside resorts, many of which offer great deals in daily newspapers, online and to regular guests. Center Parcs is a more upmarket choice of UK holiday destination, providing guests with cabin homes in the woods and forests alongside the comfort of the heated dome for swimming and leisure activities, all year round.

A holiday at home cuts out travelling by plane or ferry and means there will never be language or currency difficulties. That said, flights and transfers to hotels in holiday destinations like France or Spain can actually take less time than driving to some of the far-flung corners of the UK, particularly in peak holiday season when motorways and major roads face traffic jams, delays or issues with roadworks. 



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Holidays with Children

Theme park holidays are very popular with families. Some of the most well-known parks are of course the Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Surrey, the Universal Orlando Resort and the Walt Disney World in Florida, the Disneyland Resort in Paris and Sea World, also in Orlando.

Hotels are available within the park grounds, such as Alton Towers or the Walt Disney World in Florida, as well as independent hotels just outside the theme parks that provide easy access to the parks and all other local attractions.

Holidaying with children or babies can be challenging for parents at times. If you're flying abroad, the amount of required baby equipment can seem overwhelming, while holidays in the UK may end up mostly indoors if the weather is unsuitable. If you have children in school, you're limited to booking holidays during the term breaks and with that comes higher prices, regardless of whether you plan to travel overseas or stay within the UK.

Of course, there are several advantages to package holidays and all-inclusive holidays when you take young children along. These include the safety of the resort, free entertainment for children, and safe swimming pool and paddling pool environments with lifeguards on duty. Childcare or babysitting facilities can also be arranged, allowing parents greater freedom.

Holidays with Pets



Travelling with pets used to be confined to UK hotels and holiday resorts that would accept animals, generally dogs. The growth in number of pet passports indicates that more Brits are travelling with their animals. It's possible to travel with up to five pets within the European Union, and some feel that the mainland European hotel industry seems to be more positive about guests taking dogs into accommodation than the UK's.



The ease of ferry travel and driving to Europe means travelling with pets within the EU can be a fairly simple matter, should you choose those means of transport. When it comes to flying with pets, you'll find each airline has designated destinations pets can be taken to, and an accompanying list of regulations. Quarantine issues may well affect travel with pets to certain destinations, so ensure your animal has had the required jabs and treatments noted on veterinary documents and the pet passport.



Winter Sports Holidays



France is still the top destination for ski and snowboard holidays, with Val d'Isere classed as the most popular destination for British ski enthusiasts. The major tour operators offer winter ski holidays as package deals and specialist ski holiday providers include crystalski.co.uk and igluski.com. Holidaymakers can opt for hotels or self-catering accommodation, with the usual range of dining options. If you're searching for a true ski resort bargain, you may want to look at the Bulgarian resorts where five star hotels, spa amenities and great menus are available for the same price as three star breaks at more traditionally popular ski resorts. However, before heading abroad for a winter ski holiday, it's worth checking out Aviemore, the Cairngorm Resort or Glenshee or the Glencoe Resort in Scotland. Scottish winter sports and ski holidays have become increasingly popular with the rise in budget flights, making it quicker and easier to reach the slopes. Increased investment into the five ski resorts has given them added facilities. 


Spa and Wellness Holidays



Many hotels and apartment complexes provide spa and wellness breaks, catering to those members of the public who are looking for healing, relaxation and a mind, body and spirit experience. These trips can incorporate a variety of activities. One getaway could be exercise or yoga outside at a beautiful location, or perhaps a beauty based experience, with detox and massage therapies aimed at those dealing with a lot of stress. It is equally common for some of the most popular spa resorts to provide wedding and honeymoon packages, ideal for romantics wanting to exchange vows at island retreats or other stunning locations. Luxury rooms and villas, with private pools and spa facilities, are the types of amenities appreciated by couples when they plan their romantic getaways. 


Activity Holidays



An activity holiday can incorporate a camping break in France and Europe with operators such as Eurosites or Eurocamp, with a luxury tent decked out with kitchen and access to a variety of on site activities. Alternatively, your activity break may involve hobbies, interests or sporting activities with tuition.



If you are planning an adventure or activity holiday, you can be inspired when leafing through brochures from the popular tour operators, who may offer safaris, scuba diving or sailing. Turn to specialist tour operators for holidays offering canoeing, rock climbing, kayaking or photography, or if you simply want a more off-the-beaten-track location. You'll find a variety of activity based and specialist holidays within the UK or in global locations, depending on your preference.



Activeibiza.com, neilsonholidays.co.uk and markwarner.co.uk all provide activity holidays geared to the aforementioned interests.

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Benefits of Holiday Brochures and the Best Ways to Book Holidays



Very often, the best way to source your dream holiday is to check through holiday brochures from the major tour operators. Nothing can really beat these glossy magazines, with their fantastic photos and images of destination resorts and hotels. There are often a variety of deals, all within the same brochure. Holidays to Disneyland Paris will be highlighted within Thomas Cook's European brochures and high street agents, but publicised separately in print or online ads. Competing tour operators often use the same hotels to provide accommodation, so holidaymakers booking with a variety of companies at vastly different pricing levels can  find themselves all staying under the same roof, with similar dining options. 


In general, brochures from different tour operators highlight different regions and countries, giving consumers the opportunity to check all the available accommodation in similar locations. This often includes hotels offering full or half board, aparthotels, self-catering accommodation with kitchens or kitchenette facilities, and all-inclusive hotels. Winter sun and city break holiday brochures tend to be covered separately by all tour operators, as there is so much demand for these breaks.



When you've browsed through a variety of holiday brochures, you're armed with all the information needed to source the holiday of your choice. You may identify the perfect holiday hotel in a brochure, but be savvy and find your package deal elsewhere since it's likely to be  much cheaper. Don't rush into booking any holiday until you've spent time shopping around.



Best Time of Year to Buy Holidays



You can buy holidays any time of year. In general, January is a great month to start browsing and identifying the best hotels and destinations for summer holidays and it also tends to be the peak month for tour operator advertisements for summer breaks. If you hope to take a last minute break during the long summer holiday from school, you will find available choices extremely limited. If, however, this is the best method for you, simply wait until the holiday arrives and book online with lastminute.com or Teletext. You can also hunt down bargain breaks and longer holidays in newspaper classified ads or online at sites such as eBay or Gumtree.



Finding the best deals and last minute holiday bargains is easy when using HotUKDeals to check all the latest discounts from top tour operators and independent providers, as well as bargains on self-catering villas and apartments and activity holidays of every type.