1 Week Holiday to Majorca - 4* TUI Family Life Hotel - Return Flights, bags & Transfers - £86pp (Based on 4)
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1 Week Holiday to Majorca - 4* TUI Family Life Hotel - Return Flights, bags & Transfers - £86pp (Based on 4)

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Edited by:"MancboyChris"Found 12th Aug
I've found a really good value holiday to Majorca, staying at the 4 star TUI FAMILY LIFE COMA GRAN hotel. If you follow the instructions below, you'll find it for just £86 per person, including hotel, flights, bags and transfers.

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Destination: Majorca
Departure: Gatwick
Duration: 7 Nights
People: 4
Date: 12th October 2017

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The flights included are with Easyjet (I personally prefer them to Thomson Airways)
You also get 20k of baggage, as oppose to 15 usually with Thomson.

PS; If you went directly onto Easyjet and selected the flights with a suitcase, it comes to £90pp.

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margamboy1 h, 26 m ago

Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / …Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / Pound exchange rate is going to hurt with no food included.


It's £86pp for a week and your complaining that you'll have to pay out for food,what else do you want for £86,spending money ?

jayt79 h, 27 m ago

As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter …As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter season?



Warmer than what ,Your oven ? NO

Warmer than the North Pole ? YES

seriously why don't you just go and look on a weather website like accuweather and it will show you last years temperatures ,that way you can decide if it's warm enough for you,as 21 degrees might be hot for you,but others may say that's not that great.

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19DembaBa198 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food


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19DembaBa197 h, 21 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food

What's the difference between hotel and accommodation?
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Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food

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19DembaBa198 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food


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good find op

Great find

2 weeks all inclusive works out less than £1000 too

Fantastic deal!

Great deal, shame I live near Newcastle though

Great finding, even at double the price is still a good deal

As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter season?
Edited by: "jayt7" 12th Aug

Website is down

19DembaBa195 h, 18 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food

I have been sa coma, it's a really nice place, great find, heat

1616french6 h, 0 m ago

Great deal, shame I live near Newcastle though


It is, sorry to hear.

Anyway, has anyone booked the holiday?

It is £120 pp for me.

It's 382pp for me now flying from Gatwick on the 15th.. Doesn't show me any options for the 12th... Odd!!

19DembaBa197 h, 21 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food

What's the difference between hotel and accommodation?

still showing but cant be booked at this price.

"having technical issues"

Would have been nice if there was newcastle flights...nice find still

jayt77 h, 49 m ago

As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter …As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter season?


Went towards the end of October last year and the weather was great, had some days when it was 26c but averaged around 24c which is acceptable.

Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / Pound exchange rate is going to hurt with no food included.

margamboy2 m ago

Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / …Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / Pound exchange rate is going to hurt with no food included.


Everything was still open when I went last year :).

margamboy1 h, 26 m ago

Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / …Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / Pound exchange rate is going to hurt with no food included.


It's £86pp for a week and your complaining that you'll have to pay out for food,what else do you want for £86,spending money ?

jayt79 h, 27 m ago

As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter …As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter season?



Warmer than what ,Your oven ? NO

Warmer than the North Pole ? YES

seriously why don't you just go and look on a weather website like accuweather and it will show you last years temperatures ,that way you can decide if it's warm enough for you,as 21 degrees might be hot for you,but others may say that's not that great.

£195 pp now and one room left!

jayt710 h, 18 m ago

As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter …As it's in October, is the weather over there warmer, especially in winter season?

I went end of September/ beginning of October 2 years ago, weather was mostly nice, a few cloudy days during our fortnight but did get warm enough to sunbathe most afternoons.

great deal. Can we order for 7 days, but stay for 4 days? (as 4 days are costlier than7 !!)

margamboy2 h, 45 m ago

Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / …Being self catering will there be much open in October? Also the Euro / Pound exchange rate is going to hurt with no food included.

Most places don't start closing down until November. There's been loads of Aldi popped up all over the island lately, the nearest one is in Manacor, roughly 20 mins by car or taxi and close to bus and train routes, could easily stock up on food for the week.
Edited by: "frizzyhead" 12th Aug

19DembaBa1913 h, 23 m ago

Does it include the hotel and accommodations and free food


No it doesn't include Hotel or free food, just accommodation at the hotel and flights.

Food is quite cheap around Cala Millor and sa coma
Weather should be ok too in October!

still showing at £86 for two adults and two kids x x

Majorca in October you might need warm clothes, don't think you will get the weather. I went beginning of October some years ago and it was cold and rainy

Too cold

Biggunspaul5 h, 15 m ago

It's £86pp for a week and your complaining that you'll have to pay out for …It's £86pp for a week and your complaining that you'll have to pay out for food,what else do you want for £86,spending money ?




You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of you, we ate out every evening last year in Majorca and for 3 of us it cost not far short £350, decent restaurants with drinks. With the Euro rate this year this could easily increase to £400, on top of this we bought food to make breakfast and a few snacks for the day, so total food and drink bill would likely this year be £500 plus, and that was for 3, 4 naturally would cost more. When you look at other accommodation they may seem more expensive at £700 all in for 4 people but these have all food / drinks included, and you don't have to make your breakfast each day. Not saying this is a bad deal and will suit many no doubt, but like any family you need to look at the complete cost of the holiday not just the headline figure.

Great deal

margamboy1 h, 24 m ago

You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of …You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of you, we ate out every evening last year in Majorca and for 3 of us it cost not far short £350, decent restaurants with drinks. With the Euro rate this year this could easily increase to £400, on top of this we bought food to make breakfast and a few snacks for the day, so total food and drink bill would likely this year be £500 plus, and that was for 3, 4 naturally would cost more. When you look at other accommodation they may seem more expensive at £700 all in for 4 people but these have all food / drinks included, and you don't have to make your breakfast each day. Not saying this is a bad deal and will suit many no doubt, but like any family you need to look at the complete cost of the holiday not just the headline figure.


shouldnt have ate out every night

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margamboy1 h, 53 m ago

You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of …You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of you, we ate out every evening last year in Majorca and for 3 of us it cost not far short £350, decent restaurants with drinks. With the Euro rate this year this could easily increase to £400, on top of this we bought food to make breakfast and a few snacks for the day, so total food and drink bill would likely this year be £500 plus, and that was for 3, 4 naturally would cost more. When you look at other accommodation they may seem more expensive at £700 all in for 4 people but these have all food / drinks included, and you don't have to make your breakfast each day. Not saying this is a bad deal and will suit many no doubt, but like any family you need to look at the complete cost of the holiday not just the headline figure.


Don't go then.

Banned

margamboy3 h, 41 m ago

You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of …You miss the point completely, it's £86 but for that price you need 4 of you, we ate out every evening last year in Majorca and for 3 of us it cost not far short £350, decent restaurants with drinks. With the Euro rate this year this could easily increase to £400, on top of this we bought food to make breakfast and a few snacks for the day, so total food and drink bill would likely this year be £500 plus, and that was for 3, 4 naturally would cost more. When you look at other accommodation they may seem more expensive at £700 all in for 4 people but these have all food / drinks included, and you don't have to make your breakfast each day. Not saying this is a bad deal and will suit many no doubt, but like any family you need to look at the complete cost of the holiday not just the headline figure.



Who actually misses the point? I got banned for God knows what?

The deal is crystal clear isn't it? Maybe I was a petty little bloke and made unhelpful comments - or more likely some unhelpful and petty little bloke made a complaint for absolutely no reason?

Who knows?

Makes you wonder why anyone would try helping others out when you have "helpful" people?!!!

Spain and its surrounding islands are cheap in October for two reasons, the first reason is the weather is most likely to fall in October than any other month, secondly, island like, Ibiza, Majorca etc is dead come October, shut down

You will have trouble if you want a wide choice of things to do or places to eat as they will all of closed down

Don't see this as that great of a deal as when you take into account food and drink its probably going to cost around 30-40 per person a day so you looking at £800 - 1100 extra totalling at around £1100-1400.

You can normally get all inclusive deals for £250-350 for this sort of area which I would be more tempted to do than having to mess around with taking a lot of cash and find places to go especially if they do close up to some degree as people suggest.

I suppose its each to their own but I don't see this as an amazing deal, but if you like self catering then maybe this deal is for you.

Before anyone starts on me and says "what do you expect for £86pp" , well pretty much this and thats why I don't think its a great deal.

Biggunspaul12 h, 42 m ago

Warmer than what ,Your oven ? NOWarmer than the North Pole ? YES seriously …Warmer than what ,Your oven ? NOWarmer than the North Pole ? YES seriously why don't you just go and look on a weather website like accuweather and it will show you last years temperatures ,that way you can decide if it's warm enough for you,as 21 degrees might be hot for you,but others may say that's not that great.


Who needs accuweather when I have you? Cheers for the detailed info.
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