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£50 off flights to Barbabos now from £399 return with 20kg luggage and meals included @ Thomas Cook

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Nice bit of late summer / winter sun for you! Save £50 per person on Thomas Cook flights to Barbados when you book by midnight on 30th July and fly between October 2017 and April 2018. Flights availab… Read More
Nice bit of late summer / winter sun for you! Save £50 per person on Thomas Cook flights to Barbados when you book by midnight on 30th July and fly between October 2017 and April 2018. Flights availab…
emribena Avatar5d, 19h agoFound 5 days, 19 hours ago9 Comments
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Flown last two years to Barbados on Thomas cook from Manchester
First year it it was brilliant a newly refurbed plane and food soft drinks and ice cream handed out regularly, entertainment very good lots of choice, last year was on an older plane and it appeared service had been cut back

note from Manchester they only do one direct flight to Barbados weekly the other 3or 4 flights go to st lucia, Antigua or Tobago unload passengers (and pickup passengers) and then another hour to Barbados, all flights home are direct from Barbados .
with this in mind you can easily do two holidays in one getting a liat airlines flight onto Barbados (add 55-120 US dollars per person) I'd recommend Antigua (over St Lucia)

price wise i de I was looking a few weeks ago for January18 prices where £380-420 so with £50 off I'm tempted just need a babysitter
ps. Thomson appeared to pull the Manchester flights last year.
Pps only TCook offer low prices on singles, I noticed virgin charge pretty much a return price for one way single ticket, hence choosing TC
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.
Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.
I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

My mum used TC to fly longhaul from Gatwick to Cape Town (12 hours flight).

It was quite no-frills, so the films were old, you have to pay for headphones and pay for drinks but those were pretty much the only downsides. Oh, and the seats didn't have those head rest wing thingys so if you're in the middle seat you've got nowhere to put your head, so avoid a middle seat if possible.

The plane was fairly new, the legroom was good, the food was fine, the seats comfortable enough, staff friendly and generally good.

Not as luxurious as BA or Virgin but the price difference was huge (£400 with TC and £900 with BA!).

Having said that, BA & Virgin aren't what they used to be and are becoming increasingly no-frills so the difference is becoming slimmer.

Edited By: sicklysweet on Jul 18, 2017 22:41
Go with Thomson nicer aircraft and staff. Their planes always breaking down.
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.
Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.
I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

Depends where you're flying from. A few years ago, Thomas Cook had a habit of flying the Newcastle flight back to Manchester and bussing everyone back to Newcastle - as long as you were back in the Toon within 4 hours of expected Newcastle arrival they could get away with it. For that reason I would never fly with them. Thomson (especially Dreamliner) are much better in my opinion.
ThugBasher
Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.

ThugBasher - Used them for Florida last year and California this year - absolutely fine. You pay for alcohol, but that's fair enough given the price.

Good staff. Good planes, plenty of leg room (I'm 6'2) and no hassle at all.
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£35.00 Return Flight (Direct) - Newcastle To Palma De Mallorca With Ryanair/Thomascook @ Momondo

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Date is 19 July to 26 July but other dates available too at the same price as long as the return date is 26 July. Saw the price on Momondo and sold by Opodo. Read More
Date is 19 July to 26 July but other dates available too at the same price as long as the return date is 26 July. Saw the price on Momondo and sold by Opodo.
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Any decent hotel deals around this time (I'm guessing you looked?)
Amic Colon Hotel has good reviews 3.5/5 on Trip Advisor with Travel Republic selling for £37 per person per night. It is a busy period so hard to find any good and cheaper options.
What site did you use to find this?

I checked on Travel Republic earlier but seems it is no longer available.
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Any decent hotel deals around this time (I'm guessing you looked?)
Amic Colon Hotel has good reviews 3.5/5 on Trip Advisor with Travel Republic selling for £37 per person per night. It is a busy period so hard to find any good and cheaper options.

What site did you use to find this?
not anymore
gslgregory
Any decent hotel deals around this time (I'm guessing you looked?)

Amic Colon Hotel has good reviews 3.5/5 on Trip Advisor with Travel Republic selling for £37 per person per night. It is a busy period so hard to find any good and cheaper options.
Any decent hotel deals around this time (I'm guessing you looked?)
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From Manchester: 1 Week Crete 18-25 July £219.99pp @ Thomas Cook whole family of 5 £1,099.95

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This is a good package holiday to Crete for a week flying from Manchester 18-25 July for a family of 5. I'm not sure it is in half term or not, I know Scotland are but I'm not sure if anyone else is.… Read More
This is a good package holiday to Crete for a week flying from Manchester 18-25 July for a family of 5. I'm not sure it is in half term or not, I know Scotland are but I'm not sure if anyone else is.…
rachelandgromit Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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when do you put the code in? it doesn't seem to present itself before entering your details which is a little bit worrying

Sorry I replied to your comment but to the wrong person, hopefully you figured it out.
kalico
Bagain! I've just paid £209 for a two week flight.


I had to literally enter all passengers into and the code box was at the very end before payment. Pain in the a$$ to enter 5 made up passengers and DOB info just so I could get to the checkout and test the code!
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kalico
Bagain! I've just paid £209 for a two week flight.
That's a long flight!
A really long flight
Also included in your final holiday price

No In-flight Meal

Are the meals that bad then!
b33r
kalico
Bagain! I've just paid £209 for a two week flight.
That's a long flight!
It was only 13 days getting home as there was a tail wind!
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From Birmingham: 1 Week All Inclusive to Lanzarote for Family of 4 15-22 June just £177.81pp @ Thomas Cook - whole family £711.24

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If you have kiddies that aren't yet at school and are looking for an AI break, this is a nice one for a family of 4 to Lanzarote. It is from 15-22 June from Birmingham. The hotel has good reviews for Read More
If you have kiddies that aren't yet at school and are looking for an AI break, this is a nice one for a family of 4 to Lanzarote. It is from 15-22 June from Birmingham. The hotel has good reviews for
rachelandgromit Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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I've stayed at this hotel 2 years ago. Fab for the money
Bitbotbang
I would rather go on holiday to Birmingham!

I would advise you to see your doctor asap
I would rather go on holiday to Birmingham!
Thanks Op - Selling fast!!! by the time I get to the payment page ;(
I've no idea why the link keeps going to Thomson. It's Thomas Cook! I've edited it and it keeps going back...
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Thomas cook £200 off at checkout with code EXTRA200 on a large choice of holidays

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Thomas Cook is now knocking off £200 on holidays between now and 31st August. I've been searching the website myself and everywhere I have looked at, eg Majorca, Malta, and Cyprus have this deal. You Read More
Thomas Cook is now knocking off £200 on holidays between now and 31st August. I've been searching the website myself and everywhere I have looked at, eg Majorca, Malta, and Cyprus have this deal. You
rosswoody1996 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago32 Comments
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andymal78
This is rubbish and a scam. I was looking at a TC holiday that was priced at £1500 before this code can be used and now that it can be used the price is £1671.

Wheres the scam? Prices fluctuate.

I'm looking for a getaway during the first week of July. With this code, the prices are absolutely unbeatable.
This is rubbish and a scam. I was looking at a TC holiday that was priced at £1500 before this code can be used and now that it can be used the price is £1671.
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bojangles
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MINIMUM SPEND £700
Irrelevant if you are looking at summer holidays!
no its not. book your cheap flight first & then look for cheap digs afterwards.
For your average family of 4, you think you'll get an under £700 summer holiday abroad? That's £175 a head? Don't believe you.
now you are just moving the goalposts by saying its for 4 :P
Well, it's only families with school age children that are forced to go on holiday in school summer holiday time isn't it?
nope - lots of factories shutdown for set dates as well. So people working there with no kids would still need to go away.
Add on airport transfers and luggage and it bumps up the price.
No thanks
bojangles
M_z
bojangles
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MINIMUM SPEND £700
Irrelevant if you are looking at summer holidays!
no its not. book your cheap flight first & then look for cheap digs afterwards.
For your average family of 4, you think you'll get an under £700 summer holiday abroad? That's £175 a head? Don't believe you.
now you are just moving the goalposts by saying its for 4 :P
Well, it's only families with school age children that are forced to go on holiday in school summer holiday time isn't it?
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Extra £100 off June & July holidays @ Thomas cook

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From Manchester:19-26 June, 1 Week 18-30 Holiday to Sunny Beach £89.99pp inc Flights, Hotel, Luggage & Transfers @ Thomas Cook £179.99

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A nice cheap deal for 18-30's looking to party for the week just £89.99pp which includes flights, hotel, luggage and transfers! The dates are 19-26 June. Book directly on Thomas Cook - details in the… Read More
A nice cheap deal for 18-30's looking to party for the week just £89.99pp which includes flights, hotel, luggage and transfers! The dates are 19-26 June. Book directly on Thomas Cook - details in the…
rachelandgromit Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago19 Comments
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i went last august ..
didnt really like it tbh
weather wasnt great
very overcast every day and quite a bit of rain (which i know cant be helped)
paid £750 for 2 weeks all inclusive each
wasnt as cheap as was expecting as i suppose sunny beach is a man made resort for tourist
but at less than £100 each id go back
was told by some girls on train on way home
one of the night clubs was free drinks for the girls , i suppose thats to get the lads in paying lol


Edited By: scoot on Jun 04, 2017 22:59
amarone82
don't go to Bulgaria in June. horrible weather. raining a lots. cold sea, can't go in the water
I am married to bulgarian, been many times there. And don't go to sunny beach side. Beaches around Varna is 100 times better. Golden Sands, Albena. More friendly for kids. Lots to see in Varna too. Dolphins, botanical gardens. Lots of parks. Not like sunny beach, just the concrete.


Absolute tosh
If anyone can handle two weeks it's around £40 more per person!
Been abroad 23 times and always go somewhere different every year. Went Sunny Beach last year and loved it. Had everything and catered well for everyone. Went for 2 weeks in June/July and weather was scorching every day!! I'd defo go back (and there's a hell of a lot of resorts I wouldn't). Awesome bargain!!
amarone82
don't go to Bulgaria in June. horrible weather. raining a lots. cold sea, can't go in the water
I am married to bulgarian, been many times there. And don't go to sunny beach side. Beaches around Varna is 100 times better. Golden Sands, Albena. More friendly for kids. Lots to see in Varna too. Dolphins, botanical gardens. Lots of parks. Not like sunny beach, just the concrete.
I went mid June last year, rained twice for an hour each time, otherwise really warm, we got up to 30 a few days, sea was fine to go in as well. I get it can be a bit off though occasionally, but saying don't go is daft.
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RETURN Flights to Greece and Cyprus - Corfu from £53.98pp @ Thomas Cook (also discounts for Rhodes / Mykonos)

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If you're after a last min hol then these are worth a look! Thomas Cook currently have £20 off flights to Greece / Cyprus Spotted Glasgow > Corfu for £53.98 on the 8th June to the 15th Also ther… Read More
If you're after a last min hol then these are worth a look! Thomas Cook currently have £20 off flights to Greece / Cyprus Spotted Glasgow > Corfu for £53.98 on the 8th June to the 15th Also ther…
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Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
air b n b
I need to go to Corfu on the 23-26 best I can see is around £130 with easyJet and £148 with Thomson damn
ionuttd
Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
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Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation
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sandracopping1
Wait till you add bags price goes up a lot plus meals etc
Would you buy a meal on a 3hr flight?
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From Glasgow: Late Deal Club 18-30 Ibiza 7 Night Holiday £77.99pp 31/05-07/06 £155.98

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Oh wow, £77.99pp for a week holiday in Ibiza. It's a club 18-30 holiday but it's amazing value, especially from Glasgow. Details on the screen shots below. Includes luggage, transfers, hotel and fligh… Read More
Oh wow, £77.99pp for a week holiday in Ibiza. It's a club 18-30 holiday but it's amazing value, especially from Glasgow. Details on the screen shots below. Includes luggage, transfers, hotel and fligh…
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can you ho on holiday by yourself on club 18-30 or do you have yo do it with your matea?
Could just about sneak in if I added the age range together ...
found it easy enough.. only 1 room left when I looked, but amazing price.. :D
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You may have to search for it on the website as it times out. You should find it easy enough if you enter the dates and airport. They also have some non-18-30 holiday deals like AI in Greece for £205 same dates from Glasgow.
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Easter Belfast Las Vegas Direct Premium return flights @ Thomas Cook (£759.98)

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Normally to get to Vegas from Northern Ireland your options are drive to Dublin, fly to New York and then fly to Vegas - takes about 20 hours. Thomas cook are doing 1 direct return flight this year… Read More
Normally to get to Vegas from Northern Ireland your options are drive to Dublin, fly to New York and then fly to Vegas - takes about 20 hours. Thomas cook are doing 1 direct return flight this year…
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save a 2 hour trek to dublin and toll charges too.
Customs pre clearance in Dublin is worth the travel time alone. Flying in from Belfast and you could easily queue for customs for a few hours. I have done. I'd rather travel to Dublin in the comfort of my car for two hours than queue for the same amount of time in the States just to get allowed entry.
Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving into JFK as a domestic passenger. However most flights into Vegas are domestic from other States so you have to be unlucky and stuck behind a few international flights to get the hours of queues you talk about. If there are no queues when you land and your are first off the aircraft as you are at the front in the premium cabin you can be out in 20 mins.
I have been to Las Vegas over 40 times at the beginning I soon reaslised that it wa far better to arrive internally there is not enough immigration officers and getting a cab could be a nightmare so switched to fly via LAX or SFO no longer, cheaper and flights not full of stag and hen parties

Surely your journey including an internal connection is longer than waiting in an immigration line for an hour? Though Ive not seen it bad in Vegas for quite a while

Re the taxis - with Uber and Lyft your taxi is waiting for you as you walk out, no lines or queue.

Finally if you turn left when you board you dont get the hens and stags ;-)
Great deal voted hot, but I will never go through the custom checks in America ever again. Was in Miami in December and after such a long flight the queues were monstrous when we got to America. Luckily for me direct flights from Dublin start in Sept which is when I'm heading back!
Chivas.Regal
Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!
I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!



Unfortunately in Northern Ireland we get ripped off when it comes to holidays - flights are always much more expensive than Manchester /Gatwick etc
I wasn't having a go - a few people have pointed it this route can be done cheaper but my point is the hassle isn't worth the saving for a lot of people and this is the cheapest for direct. I'm booked - can't wait.
Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!
I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!
sonypc100
TomBoyNI
IWOOTN
save a 2 hour trek to dublin and toll charges too.
Customs pre clearance in Dublin is worth the travel time alone. Flying in from Belfast and you could easily queue for customs for a few hours. I have done. I'd rather travel to Dublin in the comfort of my car for two hours than queue for the same amount of time in the States just to get allowed entry.

Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving into JFK as a domestic passenger. However most flights into Vegas are domestic from other States so you have to be unlucky and stuck behind a few international flights to get the hours of queues you talk about. If there are no queues when you land and your are first off the aircraft as you are at the front in the premium cabin you can be out in 20 mins.


That's an excellent point sonypc100, thanks.
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14 nights, Self Catering, May to June 2017, 2 Adults, Eleni Studios & Apartments Greece, Corfu, Sidari (Scores 4.5/5 on Trip Advisor), flights from Newcastle £157.99 pp (Price inc. 15kgs Luggage pp & Resort Transfers) £315.98 @ Thomas Cook

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Nice cheap last minute holiday (19th May) for two whole weeks. This family-run hotel is great if you're looking for a quieter pace for your self catered holiday, while still giving you the chance t… Read More
Nice cheap last minute holiday (19th May) for two whole weeks. This family-run hotel is great if you're looking for a quieter pace for your self catered holiday, while still giving you the chance t…
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You can get a bus into Corfu town and there are links to the other villages along the coast near the resort.

If you want to venture south of Corfu town then a car will give you more options. We hired a large capacity scooter when we were there last time and had no issues. The little ones that people can hire without a bike licence really struggle with the hills.
Does anyone know if you need a car to get around to see other parts of the island, or is the local transport ok ?
I thought it was cheap in Greece now
Fabulous price, Corfu can be incredibly expensive, I am in Corfu now and it's just breathtaking, so green and lush, today is cool with a sea mist and light rain at 21c and a hazy lazy languid day, yesterday it was 28c and scorching .
Never anything from Birmingham
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7 nights, Self Catering, Family of 4, Sa Mirada Apartments Spain, Balearic Islands, Menorca, Arenal D'en Castell (May) from London Gatwick, 2 adults & 2 children only £109.99 pp (Price inc. 15kgs Luggage pp & Resort Transfers) £439.96 @ Thomas Cook

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Nice cheap last minute holiday (13th May) if you are a family with young kids. Set on a gentle slope in a quiet area of Arenal D'en Castell, the Sa Mirada Apartments has fantastic sea views from it… Read More
Nice cheap last minute holiday (13th May) if you are a family with young kids. Set on a gentle slope in a quiet area of Arenal D'en Castell, the Sa Mirada Apartments has fantastic sea views from it…
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Thank u Hot Deals! Appreciate the NEW post as I apparently missed the one the other day. I'm not looking for a holiday but this is such a great deal I'm off!!!!!
Madchester
I don't wish to SPAM the forum with every cheap deal available there are loads, it would be like sunshine Stacey all over again, too much spam.
Trust me, posting Deals on HUKD is not spam. But we'll leave that here as I don't wish this thread to wander off topic.

Edited By: andywedge on May 06, 2017 01:02: typo
I don't wish to SPAM the forum with every cheap deal available there are loads, it would be like sunshine Stacey all over again, too much spam.

And after all you effectively posted the same deal 4 days apart. You could've edited your original deal. Anyone looking for a holiday would have found it. Thanks all the same tho..

By the way I am one of those persons looking for a last minute deal.....as soon as my wife degree is finished and the SATs are over so it looks like the first week of June for us but no doubt the deals will be no where as cheap by then because others will be in the same boat



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Madchester
Yeah we get it you posted it a few days ago slightly different dates etc. There's loads of dirt cheap deals at the moment cos of SATs
I saw a deal yesterday for a week self catering in Majorca for a family of 4 for £220 all in yes £55 each but didn't bother posting. There's loads of cheap deals just look at Thomas cook or Thompson late deals page
There's a deal for a family of 4 ALL INCLUSIVE at a falaraki water park! For £836 all in which I think us still available which blows the socks off this.
Thanks Madchester
The point of HUKD really is tho share deals that you find with other members of the community. Hence why this and other deals are posted. If you've found a deal that 'blows the socks off' this one perhaps post a thread for it please.
Yeah we get it you posted it a few days ago slightly different dates etc. There's loads of dirt cheap deals at the moment cos of SATs

I saw a deal yesterday for a week self catering in Majorca for a family of 4 for £220 all in yes £55 each but didn't bother posting. There's loads of cheap deals just look at Thomas cook or Thompson late deals page

There's a deal for a family of 4 ALL INCLUSIVE at a falaraki water park! For £836 all in which I think us still available which blows the socks off this.

Cheap all inclusive falaraki water park holiday for family of 4


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Lastminute 7 night All Inclusive Holiday to Cyprotel Faliraki, Rhodes (it has its own WaterPark) from Glasgow, 2 adults £252 pp (Includes Luggage & Transfers) £504.00 at Thomas Cook

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If you've been looking for a lastminute holiday and fancy all inclusive, this is really good value. Price is based on 2 adults staying at Ctyprotel Faliraki, Faliraki, Rhodes. Departing 10th May a… Read More
If you've been looking for a lastminute holiday and fancy all inclusive, this is really good value. Price is based on 2 adults staying at Ctyprotel Faliraki, Faliraki, Rhodes. Departing 10th May a…
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I like that comment:

"Also included in your final holiday price:

NO inflight meal..."

do you get a discount if you HAVE to eat the in flight meal? :D
Great deal! I can never find deals like this 8)
TopBear
Does anyone know what the temperature is like in Faliraki at this time of the year?
Warmer than Glasgow :D
£833.96 for family of 4 by the looks of it making it £208.49 each. I would do it if I could for sure.
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Pro - Good deal
Bad - Would have to travel to Glasgow... :(
good.glasgow does not want you
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7 Nights, Self Catering Holiday in Zante Greece (May), from London Gatwick, 2 adults £120 pp (Price includes Luggage & Transfers) £240.00 at Thomas Cook

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Super cheap price if you are looking to get away for a lastminute break in the sun! Price is based on 2 adults staying at the Elpida Apartments (Greece) Zante, Alykanas, departing 11th May and retu… Read More
Super cheap price if you are looking to get away for a lastminute break in the sun! Price is based on 2 adults staying at the Elpida Apartments (Greece) Zante, Alykanas, departing 11th May and retu…
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Might have to go alone. No one can get the time off...
pinchez
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pinchez
We're off to Alykes in Mid July, only heard positives about it :)
A very friendly place, go to the Parodisiako Bar on the beach near the river. Does reasonably priced comfy lounger and a damn fine burger and other snacks. Where are you staying ?
Thanks for the info, I'll be staying at the Ionian Star in a sea view room, booked direct :)
I shouldn't be out on my own...I meant the Porto Paradiso on the beach,the Paradosiako is a restaurant on the road just out of Alykes, 5 mins left out of your front door. Get a free wine voucher from here http://www.paradosiako.com.gr/ other vouchers available from here- http://alykes.com/en-discounts-offers.php
Have a relaxing time, we're off there on the 18th.
tek-monkey
Wish I could get the time off too! I liked Zante but wasn't keen on Laganas where I stayed, and considering it was nearly 20 year ago I dread to think what its like now.


If you forget this experience and go to alykanas you will be very happy! :)
4th year to Alykanas this year/ amazing holidays. Relaxing friendly hosptable resort.
carburant
pinchez
We're off to Alykes in Mid July, only heard positives about it :)
A very friendly place, go to the Parodisiako Bar on the beach near the river. Does reasonably priced comfy lounger and a damn fine burger and other snacks. Where are you staying ?

Thanks for the info, I'll be staying at the Ionian Star in a sea view room, booked direct :)
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7 nights, Self Catering, Sa Mirada Apartments Spain, Balearic Islands, Menorca, Arenal D'en Castell (May), from London Gatwick, 2 adults £129 pp (Price includes 15kgs Luggage pp & Resort Transfers) £258.00 @ Thomas Cook

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Nice cheap last minute holiday. Set on a gentle slope in a quiet area of Arenal D'en Castell, the Sa Mirada Apartments has fantastic sea views from its poolside terrace. With friendly staff and a r… Read More
Nice cheap last minute holiday. Set on a gentle slope in a quiet area of Arenal D'en Castell, the Sa Mirada Apartments has fantastic sea views from its poolside terrace. With friendly staff and a r…
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I have been looking for summer holidays 2 adults and 3 kids one an infant and looking at over £2500 for 7 days does anyone know a good forum to get help looking for a holiday otherwise I can see why people go in term time it's just not affordable we normally holiday in the UK other than a treat to Spain couple of years ago but now looking ourselves and wow


same here . I'm afraid all the best deals and offers are only in term time. :(
I used to work as a rep in Thomson almost 20 years ago in arenal , its a great location, whilst it may have changed, not being a year round resort has stopped the island becoming over commercial. I would strongly recommend a hire car as its a very simple island to drive aroun and there loads of small coves to explore. as for these particular apartments they were basic but functional and the location pretty good. so at this price a big strong recommend and super hot.

make sure you visit both capitals (large towns) and if there is a fiesta going on, do everything in your power to go for a real authentic menorcean experience. in june there is one in ciutadella, st. joan is one of the biggest street parades in the world, it is not that well known outside of spain but is well attended by the cool celebrities in the know.

Go have a wonderful time but make sure you visit the small island it has a lot to offer and at this price its a no brainer.

cheers
stayed here in may last year and I it wasn't for a new arrival we would have gone again this year. very nice area with lovely locals. The local beach / Cove is perfect in lots of ways.
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I have been looking for summer holidays 2 adults and 3 kids one an infant and looking at over £2500 for 7 days does anyone know a good forum to get help looking for a holiday otherwise I can see why people go in term time it's just not affordable we normally holiday in the UK other than a treat to Spain couple of years ago but now looking ourselves and wow
Holiday pirates are decent and get some good deals. :)
anything during half term?
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Have also stayed here when the children were smaller (and only 2 in number not 3), would happily go back if we would still fit!!
My family and I stayed here a few years ago, you might even find my review on TripAdvisor ! Nice basic apartments in a quiet resort. Good evening entertainment at sister hotel. 10 minute walk to a fantastic hotel with water chutes which we visited a few times!!
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Got 2 x return flights to SF in September for £349.98 each.
Cheers. Heat added.

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Maybe it's just me but I cannot select London in the 'from' field. Might be because I'm on a mobile phone but it's odd.
Can anyone comment on the seat size and legroom in economy on these flights?
How does it compare with say BA? Virgin?
I am tall and wide and don't fit easily into a small economy seat.
Is it worth upgrading to Premium Economy?
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I'd jump on this, but the issue of going to London for a Visa. Puts me off.
A visa? You are joking right? Lolol

Nope, I wish I was. I've worked in many places around the world, such as Chad, Liberia, Nigeria, Congo, Iraq plus others. Because of this I've got to attend the, the consulate in London.
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Did exactly the same! Then cried at the prices of hotels in San Francisco... We've booked extra flights to Las Vegas for 2 days whilst we are there, and it's only worked out about $20 dollars more in total compare to 2 nights in San Francisco!

NorCal is generally a pretty expensive part of the USA. I worked in the East Bay area for a couple of years and at the time, it was easily 50% more expensive than say Florida. I honestly think SF is over-rated. Had the worst Chinese food I've ever eaten, in Chinatown. I lived in Hong Kong for 6 years, so I'm very familiar with decent Chinese food!

The West (or Left) coast is a very beautiful part of the country. Much more open minded, than many parts, to say the least :)
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Admire people who can just lay on a beach for 14 days straight, I am always bored after an hour.

Girlfriend is not happy about this though.
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Cannot disagree with any of this, also the guys running the horse and carts are all Eastern Europeans and will fleece you if you're not careful.
Majority of the restaurants on the strip are also not Greek owned, avoid these like the plague. They are easy to spot though.
Yes, and let's not forget about the little eastern european/albanian kids who are out working at 5am in the morning trying to rob drunk tourists.
You get what you pay for!
Went for 2 weeks in 2008, luckily we were far enough away and was accommodation was quite decent but you seriously have to have your wits about you at times when you venture down that way.
We did 'the strip' a few nights, needless to say, Brits of a certain age do themselves no favours.
I would say its the least Greek resort in Greece I've been to.
Going to Zante again this year but up near Keri, away from most things, in a villa...perfect for me.
If you're wanting a resort with a bit of nightlife, Tsilivi is pretty good for that. Plus the Alexandra Hotel Beach Party every week is a good night.
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Cannot disagree with any of this, also the guys running the horse and carts are all Eastern Europeans and will fleece you if you're not careful.
Majority of the restaurants on the strip are also not Greek owned, avoid these like the plague. They are easy to spot though.

Yes, and let's not forget about the little eastern european/albanian kids who are out working at 5am in the morning trying to rob drunk tourists.

You get what you pay for!
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Would not recommend Laganas. Avoid it like the plague.

If you do go, here are a few things to know:
- A lot of the strip is run by eastern european gangsters who will put you in risk for money.
- There are no public hospitals, so make sure you have good health insurance.
- Thomas Cook reps heavily pressure you into overspending on events and convincing you that if you don't buy from them, you won't be able to get a ticket etc.
- Thomas Cook reps are useless kids who are there to party and make money out of you.
- The area is full off wayward kids and irresponsible young adults making use of the low cost.

One such eastern european front, Xcite bar, left a girl blind as many of the bars sell ethanol as vodka etc (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1723412/brit-girl-blinded-by-drink-laced-with-highly-toxic-methanol-on-holiday-in-zante/). This bar and others have also been known to drug you. The way it works is a bar will attract you in with cheap prices, spike you and then call an ambulance. The private hospital will pay commission to the bar. Please make sure you ask the hotel for bar recommendations.

It's a shame with how the place is run, the police are corrupt and in pay of the local gangsters. The beach itself is nice, the locals are friendly, good food and you have all the turtle stuff. BUT the nightlife is toxic and honestly dangerous to people looking to enjoy themselves.

I won't even go on about the casual racism, sexism and incompetence of thomas cook reps.

Cannot disagree with any of this, also the guys running the horse and carts are all Eastern Europeans and will fleece you if you're not careful.
Majority of the restaurants on the strip are also not Greek owned, avoid these like the plague. They are easy to spot though.
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Zante is a ****hole
Some parts (Laganas) yes. Other parts, no.
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Was looking at holidays last night was £1597 and now £1946 today m so even after £200 off I'm still more expensive today.... hmmm lol

The discount code was working yesterday, so maybe you should have booked then. The prices go up when there's more demand for a specific holiday, so best to leave it a few days, to go quiet, then check again.
Was looking at holidays last night was £1597 and now £1946 today m so even after £200 off I'm still more expensive today.... hmmm lol
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Surprised people are still using rip off tour operators not saying this is not a good deal as i have not looked or voted but 99 times out of 100 it's cheaper doing it yourself.

Thomas Cook packages are usually much cheaper to florida, i've paid £1490 for 2 weeks at Rosen, point orlando. Cheapest flights on the same date is £1580 and hotel is usually around £800 if it's available. I've had some cracking deals to the Canaries with Thomson were the Hotel would cost more than the package.
Great offer if you were going to use ThomasCook anyway.
This offer was on in February too, so we booked a holiday for September with the £200 off.
The exact same holiday is £190 more expensive at the moment (after using the discount code). Hmm, go figure !
I used this code yesterday to book a holiday from Birmingham, i couldn't be bothered to look around and do seperate deals myself....hot from me.
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3 nights in Las Vegas for £250.00 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Glasgow, Hotel, Luggage & Meals @ Thomas cook

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if this were later on in the year and from any Airport in the South East I'd be all over this :(
Such a long flight for just 3 nights stay.
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As I said, it's an overhyped tiny strip in a desert. Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Croatia all much better options.... my opinion of course X)


The only similarity between Vegas & Dubai is sand. Round of applause for your holiday comparison skills.
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I'll pretty sure that one of the main reasons people go to Vegas is exactly why they dont go to Dubai!
Fly half way across the world to gamble? X)
Too drink , gamble , watch the boxing live , watch a few superstars , enjoy the pool weather in a cabana. And far more . Oh and then we enjoy a Caribbean beach holiday to relax after partying in Vegas BABY .
That sounds so cringeworthy X)
So enjoying pool weather in a cabana, seeing some world class shows, catching some of the worlds best known entertainers, seeing a wonder of the world (Grand Canyon) and some amazing malls is cringeworthy?
What do you do on holiday? Bingo and take your knitting with you to finish?
Pool weather with no beach X)X)
If you want amazing Malls Dubai's are far superior (I hate malls though).
As for entertainers and blah blah blah X)X):D

Mandalay Bay does have an artificial beach. ;)
3 days is not enough in Vegas... jet lag will have you like a zombie for the entire trip :(
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Anyone actually done one of these sub £400 holidays? I've been twice, both times flights with Virgin cost more than these holidays. Can't help but feel like I've been ripped off massively. These sub £400 holidays, even after adding tickets and food, seem significantly more affordable.
Are they worth doing? After adding tickets, food, and spends, what else is left to pay for?
Thank you.

I did one of these cheap packages last year, paid about £1600 for four adults for flights/hotel. I also paid £700 for a villa for two weeks and never even checked in to the hotel. Just liked having the option for a hotel incase my villa hire went wrong, plus the bonus of ATOS for a package holiday.
Its not a cheap holiday, Car hire and insurance - £300 for two weeks, Universal and Disney ticket combo £580 per person (depends on where you buy). Theme park, parking $20 a day. Poor exchange rate has put me off booking for a while, Theme park tickets have gone up by about £150 per person compared with last year.
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Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(

I will buy the holiday off you if you don't want it anymore if that helps? :)
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Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(
This happened to us so we went to the travel agent in the airport and they said we could pay to go on the shuttle to our hotel which we did. Our hotel offered transport to the parks and we used the I Trolley to get around which isn't expensive.
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can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?

Just do a search for all dates. There's the 5-12th May for 2 people @ £410pp but then you get £200 off so it is £310pp
can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?
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Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(
Unfortunately standard policy for tour ops to do this. Many people don't use/collect the package car and book their own separately. I have booked a 7 seater minivan in Cali for around £400 for 16 nights in August/Sept. You can buy an insurance policy in UK that will cover you but the desk on arrival will say it isn't adequate and give you the hard sell, personally never done this.


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Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(
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It amazes me how so many people can still afford Florida. I went in 2016 and it was ridiculous then, but this year the 14 day Disney pass is £100 more per person, and the weak pound just makes the price of everything you buy way too expensive.
It amazes me what people spend when they go to Florida. I've read stories of people spending $100-150 per day each, that is crazy, we spend $60 a day for a family of 4 and have a great time. Also once you've done the parks you don't need to keep doing them, i find the Seaworld/Busch/Aquatica/Legoland 14 day pass is plenty to keep kids happy and costs £127 each. 2 weeks for 2 adults and 2 children (over 3) . We are going in May, staying in a Rosen (the best decent priced chain by a mile) for 2 weeks and the whole thing will cost £2500. People spend that going to Spain for 2 weeks.
You can spend less than that too. I personally like doing twin centre, a week in the parks and all the manicness that comes with it, then a week somewhere like Clearwater for a relax.
borat1234
I'm after a 2 day ticket for Universal studios, can you recommend the best deal?
You will struggle to find much saving on a 2 day ticket.
Undercover tourist do a 2 day base ticket for $209 plus you get 2 more days free.
If you wanted to hop between parks then $263 plus 2 days free. https://www.undercovertourist.com/orlando/universal-orlando-resort/#tickets
The 2nd ticket which allows you to hop is only a few £'s cheaper than the 14 day ticket at £227ish (possibly cheaper shopping around, finding discount codes and cashback) https://www.floridatix.com/park-tickets/universal-orlando


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I'm after a 2 day ticket for Universal studios, can you recommend the best deal?
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they've now got a new flight time over 24 hours after the initial flight and no hotels given, sleeping in the airport.
good luck to everyone that booked this, my dad did and on the way out he was delayed by 3 hours for problems with the plane, now coming back he was due to fly at 9.30 last night but then it was delayed and now it's cancelled. Thomas cook have said because it's a new destination for them they don't have any hotel partners or food partners and so they can't help anyone, so everyone has been sleeping on the floor in the airport with no food.... not good
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Darn we want August. Great city and area
We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last September and are visiting Boston in August. Really looking forward to it but may be eating in diners every day unless the $ gets a bit weaker.
Have a look on restaurant.com - pay a couple of dollars for a voucher that gets you half price.
Thanks - how long do the vouchers last for and do you need to print them out - Cheers

They're indefinite, and you can just show it on your phone I think (I printed them out but don't think you need to). Also, if you choose one and then change plans so it's unused, you can just exchange it back into your account for another one. Took me a little while to know what I was buying, but basically you buy vouchers for a few dollars that then get you a certificate at a restaurant (eg $15, $50 or whatever) that you can use with a minimum spend, which is usually double the certificate value. The current special deal is 4x $25 certificates for $20 dollars, so you'd spend $20, and for that you'd get 4 lots of $25 off a $50 spend at the restaurant, so for $20 you're getting $100 of food. The only consideration is tipping - it's obviously a big deal in the US, and you are expected to tip around 20% on the full value of the bill rather than after the discount voucher has been applied, so a $100 meal that you've used a $50 restaurant.com certificate against (that would have cost you $10) would be expecting a $20 tip. You're therefore saving $40. Always check the T&Cs for each restaurant - I think they are all or mostly for food only, not drinks.
We saved a fair bit in California, used a $50 House of Blues voucher (that had cost $10) against a $100 spend, plus several others similar.

Also have a look on the US Groupon site, it's similar to at home but there's almost always an extra 20% or similar discount code on the site. Had some belting deals on restaurants in Orlando that way, and as well as the saving it means that so much of the spend on holiday is already pre-paid.
I went to Boston and then toured Cape Cod a few years back. Great holiday. They were still doing the Big Dig under Boston at the time - has it all finished? We did also visit Salem which was disappointing. As it was Halloween at the time it was screaming - and I mean screaming, with kids everywhere. Massive parties of them and crowds everywhere. Not sure what we expected as we thought it was a small place. Cape Cod was the best - really lovely and I'd highly recommend it.
it says the offer has ended but I just booked 30th May to 13th June.... £249.98 return
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Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way direct from Edinburgh and a few other airports all year


What dates? No flights at all between May and October when I checked


Are you sure its direct from Edinburgh? Just because I have never came across direct flights from my way except a handful of Glasgow ones during Summer.


Glad it wasn't just me then!
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Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way direct from Edinburgh and a few other airports all year


What dates? No flights at all between May and October when I checked


Are you sure its direct from Edinburgh? Just because I have never came across direct flights from my way except a handful of Glasgow ones during Summer.
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Norwegian flights were doing £69 but I think it's now £132 each way direct from Edinburgh and a few other airports all year


What dates? No flights at all between May and October when I checked
Hilton Grand Vacations at back of Planet Hollywood and linked via Miracle Mile. Free parking and last time there was no resort fee.

Vegas is great as a base for a road trip. Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Moab for Arches NP and Canyonlands NP, Page for Lake Powell NP, Antelope slot canyons and Big Bend, Zion NP and then back to Vegas for a few nights. Filled with wow factors everyday.

Edited By: siadwel on Mar 17, 2017 15:06
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If this is your first time in vegas, don't stay at the Westgate its off the strip and tired (Old Hilton Las Vegas), stay on the strip: Linq, Flamingo, NYNY, treasure island, Monte Carlo are all fairly reasonable and much better located.
And I second getting a Car, Vally of fire, Hover, Red Rock, Mt Charleston, GoodSprings are all worth a visit and under an hour. Day trip to LA can be had for $140 rtn via southwest. NOTE: Both MGM & CET charge $10 a day self-park or $25 valet. Unless you are Pearl (free self park) / Gold (Free valet) not sure CET level on their player scheme.
Also worth noting that 4th of Sept is Labour day in America, so table prices will be high and it'll be fairly busy. But you will get amazing sales in the Mall's and outlets.
only reason why i priced the westgate was because at the time of booking this holiday for myself i got the flights for £569 and the hotel excalibur for £460 for 2 weeks, but when i rechecked it a day later to post on here the offer had gone.
i agree with yuo about the car, ive been 3 times now this will be my 4th time to las vegas, car is necassary in my opinion even if you just get it for a few days and spend those days travelling.


Email the hotel direct, much cheaper and pound/dollar can't get much worse (_;). Monte Carlo is worth checking as its going through a refurb and name change at the moment, heard rooms are cheap. Also ask if they can offer any complimentary breakfast, resort credit or freeplay with the room. ;)

Agree, we are going next month, car booked for 5 days. M resort is worth a visit if you like to gamble, $5 BJ and craps. Dunno how much you gamble, but get urself a mLife card if you staying at a property and scan it for every single thing. Then check before you check out for any comps. They have never comp'd resort fee's but knocked a couple of quid off of our room bill.

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How often do TC run these flash sales? If there is a regular pattern to it, anyway.
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For a second I was like yeah...then I remembered who the President was and how my experience going through border security would be and i was like...nah...
You are going to LA, Californiawhich is a hotbed for liberals and alone accounted for Hillary's popular vote majority so NO, you won't be treated badly at the airport. Besides, you are flying from Manchester and not a middle east country. Stop spreading fake news and paranoia because immigration law in UK and EU is tighter than in America
Actually I know many people who have no problems travelling around the EU but have been stopped at US airports and questioned for 4-6 hours including my nephew
Traveling around EU for British passport holder is like travelling between States in America because of EU law and Schengen agreement. Out of interest, where they questioned under Trump or under Obama?

Neither.. It was under Bush!
Wonder if there going to do the San Francisco deal again I missed out last time As for Thomas Cook used them quite a lot and never ever experienced any problems
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Not much difference between the Thomas Cook flash sale prices and the Norwegian air standard prices.
Got a Norwegian email yesterday, think its 15% off for Paddys Day

Can you possibly link this or do you need an E-Mail?
Brilliant Deal.. Off to see my Brother in May.. Thanks for the Post
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Its a shame. A really great deal, but Trump's muslim ban would probably mean I'm going to be held at the airport for 7 days.
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I'd have been on this like a rat up a drainpipe a few years ago, except now we have two kids and then wow it's not cheap :) What was it she said, let's have a kid, lets have another...............no seriously I wouldn't change it for the world but wow I'd love it to just be the two of us jetting off whenever we wanted to wherever we wanted without having to worry about term times, fines, etc. :)


Yerrrrp!
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£300 would be a bargain , £399 ..... maybe for some
£300 would an absolute steal for florida let alone san Francisco.

Thomson's Have many flight's for Florida for £250 @ 14 nights or 15 nts Manchester £240 and lovely Dreamliner too


True but there is very little flexibility with the Thomson deals unlike this one and you have to add on baggage charges with them too right? This is a good price for a long flight. I flew to Cape Town and was pretty impressed
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£300 would be a bargain , £399 ..... maybe for some
£300 would an absolute steal for florida let alone san Francisco.
check skyscanner and you'll see £399 isn't an incredible bargain . That's all i'm saying
Have been doing for 2 months
Booked it when it was £299 return last november , Flying to LA in May
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where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly

I stayed at the Maingate Lakeside resort when I went. The room was incredibly cheap and the room was kept clean which was all that really mattered to me. Was a bit rundown from the outside, feeling that in the 90's it was probably a great resort but they hadn't spent the money needed on upkeep.

The location was amazing, round the corner from a Golden Coral, a few hundred meters or so from the entrance to the Disney World road system whilst still being less than 15 mins to Universal.

There are a couple of better reviewed hotels in the area though, including a chain hotel if you want a nicer hotel in the same region (put 7769 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy into google to see them).

As goswink said, the Disney Hotels command a premium but offer some good perks, they're good if you want to fully embed yourselves in Disney and the bus system is excellent.
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Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US kids break up from school too so will be quiet. I'd pay the £20 more ea to stay on International Drive, Kissimmee is dangerous.
What makes you say Kissimmee is dangerous?
It's a hugely dilapidated area with very high crime.
where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly
The 'disney bubble', the disney resorts are best, even a value resort like pop cenrury, a lot of perks of staying on site e.g. extra magic hours. If you are booking for this September they will have offers on the American disneyworld site soonish (which you can book from) for then, like free dining or room discount. If your booking the following september there will be offers coming out about june time on the UK disneyword site.
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Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US kids break up from school too so will be quiet. I'd pay the £20 more ea to stay on International Drive, Kissimmee is dangerous.
What makes you say Kissimmee is dangerous?
It's a hugely dilapidated area with very high crime.
where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly

Depends on your budget and priorities. We tend to stay on International Drive as they are walking distance to restaurants and quite central in relation to Universal, Disney and the Malls. We have also stayed at Lake Buena Vista next to Disney Springs which was lovely, easy access to Disney but quite expensive.
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Great deal if you can get the time off work. This will be just before US kids break up from school too so will be quiet. I'd pay the £20 more ea to stay on International Drive, Kissimmee is dangerous.
What makes you say Kissimmee is dangerous?
It's a hugely dilapidated area with very high crime.

where would you recommend staying (area) in Florida, me and my girlfriend are looking to go out there maybe september time. Accessible to disney preferabbly
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so poster gives 1 deal for 1 sad bloke in 1 week

& it gets hot?

nobody else can benefit from this pathetic deal
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Most places will be closed until may
It wakes up usually just after Easter which is 16th April. A lot of places will still be closed.
I always go this time of year, nice and quiet. Plenty of places to go with a car.
Most places will be closed until may
If i don't see a wolf i want my money back :D
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terrible flight times though have to be at airport 4 am !!!


Depends if your one of them that fanny about and spend 2 hours getting through security and buying a drink

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Flights to Orlando now from £370.00 - Thomas Cook - LGW to MCO

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Been monitoring flights to Orlando for some while now. Today have booked with Thomas Cook from Gatwick to Orlando International on 15h April - 29th (did not look at other dates as this was the date I
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I've been looking at flights to orlando in April for the past 2 months and the prices are ridiculous! Having looked over hukd for deals over the past 5 yrs they always seem to come down in price in January, they have hardly budged this year! Cross fingers they come down in the next few weeks or I won't be going :(
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The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is costly in Orlando. The cost of the parks, Disney etc, is literally obscene. I don't know how they get away with charging that kind of money. Actually, I do know, they charge that much because people clearly are willing to pay that much.
Obviously, if you're not interested in the parks, this doesn't apply.

Yes Disney is overpriced but dont think Universal and Buch gardens are overpriced
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qwerta369
The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is costly in Orlando. The cost of the parks, Disney etc, is literally obscene. I don't know how they get away with charging that kind of money. Actually, I do know, they charge that much because people clearly are willing to pay that much.
Obviously, if you're not interested in the parks, this doesn't apply.
well that was relevant...
Yes, commenting on one of the main things to do in Orlando, on a deal for flights to Orlando, is indeed a tad relevant.
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Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019
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Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more room. Bargain.
I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.

You are quite right, the new economy seats that got put in a couple of years ago are very good for knee room. But, particularly if you are a 6'er the Premium seats have lots of width and more legroom than you'll ever need. Apart from that, you get the free drinks, priority checkin and boarding and premium video. Personally, I'd just book the PE seats for the way home when you are needing the sleep. As you say, each to his own.
Just be aware, the Air Tanker (in TC colours and crewed by TC) does not have the same fitment (no premium) on this flight. The website clearly indicates when operated by Air Tanker and the flights are sometimes a bit cheaper. A lot cheaper on a JFK flight that I booked last week.
Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019
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Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more room. Bargain.

I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.
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Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
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Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!
Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?
Also with Ryanair 10kg hand luggage and a small bag 35x20x20mm
29th Jan to 4th Feb £29.98pp with Ryanair