11 nights B&B in Orlando for £281 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Manchester, Hotel, Luggage, Meals & Car Hire Thomas cook
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11 nights B&B in Orlando for £281 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Manchester, Hotel, Luggage, Meals & Car Hire Thomas cook

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Found 15th Apr
Package holiday to Orlando based on 4 adults (probably similar prices with children). Most likely won't suit everyone but is very cheap!

There are other hotels/dates available but this is the cheapest selected.

Grand Hotel Orlando, USA, Florida, Orlando, International Drive

11 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
Provided by Airtours

 Manchester (MAN) with Thomas Cook Airlines
22 June 2017 to 3 July 2017

 Deluxe Room
4 Adults

What's included *
 ATOL Protection
 Resort service
 23kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
 Car Hire (cheaper to organise your own though as they slap on rip off insurance)

Saving today
(57 %)
-£1760
Total price
£1,326
From
£331 pp

Price shows £331pp but once you get to the payment page if you use the code MAN200 it brings the pp price down to £281.50

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valhallablue

Saying flights no longer available for me.



Still showing available but 5 seats left - Your text here

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Publix

Do You Really Need Rental Car Insurance? 8 Things to KnowNew York Times … Do You Really Need Rental Car Insurance? 8 Things to KnowNew York Times article.



We booked separate car hire through alamo.co.uk/brits which includes zero excess and a free extra driver - you do need to take a copy of the brits guide though but can get one off amazon for a few quid! We booked a 'sporty' e.g Mustang for a week for £186

Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell at the airport.

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Wadda

Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell … Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell at the airport.



We always do the online check-in to get the barcode...then all you need to do is pick whatever car you want in that category, drive to the gate, scan the barcode and 2 mins later off you go

What's the best price for someone who is forever alone?

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Jameseh

What's the best price for someone who is forever alone?



Just go to thomascook.com put in the destination, choose 'any date' and select the number of passengers; you can then filter by low to high

This is dam cheap !

Jameseh

What's the best price for someone who is forever alone?


Welcome to my world missing deals as single, buddy up with someone to take advantage

this is insanely cheap heat from me.8)

I guess it would be cheaper to get car insurance from external provider. Seems like there's other charges also like airport taxes.
At first I thought everything is included in car hire. Slightly confusing.

valhallablue

Saying flights no longer available for me.


Are you on a no-fly list?

johnc77

Welcome to my world missing deals as single, buddy up with someone to … Welcome to my world missing deals as single, buddy up with someone to take advantage



My world as well. I'd be up for buddying up. Anything for a trip to Orlando

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.

This is a brilliant price, great find, such a shame I can't do it though haha. Maybe the single people on here should meet up and go together

Conchiron

Anyone actually done one of these sub £400 holidays?



Yep, we got the last week in August deal flying from Glasgow for £320 pp with 7 nights, i-drive hotel, and a 7-seater car, all for £1,280!! we added bush/sea world tickets for £250 off ebay (they worked) and did a fare bit of shopping while out there. our kids were 5 and feel that returning in a couple years for the 2-3 week trip with full Disney would be better appreciated. this was a 1 week taster on a Thompson flight and it was a brilliant holiday :-)

Jameseh

What's the best price for someone who is forever alone?



You can have my girlfriend if you want she's a bloody nightmare

Wadda

Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell … Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell at the airport.



And sign up for their (free) loyalty scheme, free upgrades and priority check in to pick the car up.



Wadda

Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell … Use National or Alamo for car hire. Everything's included and no up sell at the airport.

Publix

Do You Really Need Rental Car Insurance? 8 Things to KnowYou New York … Do You Really Need Rental Car Insurance? 8 Things to KnowYou New York Times article.



You don't need to actually buy the book. Its just a discount code they are not interested in knowing you bought the book. Saying that its a good book for first timers and worth the money. Also worth joining Alamo and therefore straight to the garage so no need to see any counter staff.

Also comes with a free helping of sexual assault from TSA

Cold. It's in the US. No thanks

londongeeza

Cold. It's in the US. No thanks



He he. They speak English there unlike in Londistan.

Mathaeus

You can have my girlfriend if you want she's a bloody nightmare




I've had her, and I wholeheartedly agree.

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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londonguy118

Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around … 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



Book it separately at alamo.co.uk/brits - it is a lot cheaper and includes all insurance with zero excess and a free additional driver. We booked a mustang for a week for £185. Unfortunately it does say all the fees in the T&Cs when you go through the booking stage which is why it's advised to book it separately.

londonguy118

Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around … 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




Hi, when me and my two lads went a couple of yrs ago, we stayed at the Hilton near Universal Studios, and they wanted €30 day for parking, times 14 days! So I swapped car hire for transfers, and bought the Hopper bus pass, cost me less than €15 for all three of us for the week-unlimited bus rides!
Edited by: "Sam_The_Red" 16th Apr

mastablasta

He he. They speak English there unlike in Londistan.



Lol. It's more Londonski Sklep now. Or Londonia or Londongaria

Hi, can anyone tell me where I type the code in when you get to payment page as i can't see it. Also is this deal available to those flying with young children.

I can only get it down to around 500 each without park tickets. Think it's because it's for 2 not 4

theshabster

My world as well. I'd be up for buddying up. Anything for a trip to … My world as well. I'd be up for buddying up. Anything for a trip to Orlando



I'm single again as of a few days ago but I've been on holiday on my own before and it's quite nice in a unique way. I've been to Florida 4 times before though and if you're going for the theme parks, you get what you give. That is, if you go with friends and/or family, you get all of that magical family/friend fun and memories in return. If you went alone, I imagine you'd get quite little back, especially after the pice of the tickets all the lonely queuing, travel and hassle that goes into it all. As much as I would love to go back, I'd definitely only do it in a group.

wellayeman

I'm single again as of a few days ago but I've been on holiday on my own … I'm single again as of a few days ago but I've been on holiday on my own before and it's quite nice in a unique way. I've been to Florida 4 times before though and if you're going for the theme parks, you get what you give. That is, if you go with friends and/or family, you get all of that magical family/friend fun and memories in return. If you went alone, I imagine you'd get quite little back, especially after the pice of the tickets all the lonely queuing, travel and hassle that goes into it all. As much as I would love to go back, I'd definitely only do it in a group.



I've been a couple of times previously and was thinking the same. All of the queuing on your own would be the hardest part for me. That and missing out on the banter.

How can they say car hire is included when you're slapped with massive charges on top of your holiday that exceed the actual cost of hiring the exact same car, from the same company, for the same time, independently of Thomas Cook?

Anyone else know of any other hidden charges like this? Thanks in advance!
Edited by: "Conchiron" 16th Apr

Do adults without children really go on holiday to theme parks? How bizarre.

I suppose it must be nice posing for pics with Mickey Mouse for your facebook page?? oO

Can anyone still find anything for around this price? The cheapest I can find for late June is £395 pp before the £200 discount, any ideas?

londonguy118

Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around … 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



We took the basic car option and bought car hire excess insurance. far far cheaper though you need to know its not as hassle free. My issue was that the "included" car was being told to be a micro car that can hold 1-2 suitcases when in the paperwork, it was described as a car suitable for the number of people booking... I questioned it, took a print off of the assurance over email that it would be fine, then when we got there, found we were given a 7 seat 4x4. LOADS of room :-) I wasn't even pushed to buy add-ons. This was arriving at Sanford.

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Wow cheap price

smiller9690

Book it separately at alamo.co.uk/brits - it is a lot cheaper and … Book it separately at alamo.co.uk/brits - it is a lot cheaper and includes all insurance with zero excess and a free additional driver. We booked a mustang for a week for £185. Unfortunately it does say all the fees in the T&Cs when you go through the booking stage which is why it's advised to book it separately.


If you are anywhere near universal or international drive you can get away without a car - there's shuttles to and from the parks- uber is really cheap apparently! We got back from Orlando on Sunday and some days it was 90 degrees +.

smiler03

Do adults without children really go on holiday to theme parks? How … Do adults without children really go on holiday to theme parks? How bizarre.I suppose it must be nice posing for pics with Mickey Mouse for your facebook page?? oO


Of course but there's loads more to do than theme parks- the water parks are my favourite!

can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?
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