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Direct Virgin Atlantic return flight to Boston £239 or New York £242 (Departing LHR / Jan - March dates) @ TravelUp (Using code)
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Direct Virgin Atlantic return flight to Boston £239 or New York £242 (Departing LHR / Jan - March dates) @ TravelUp (Using code)

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Posted 7th Oct
Further price drop on direct return flights to Boston and New York at TravelUp. You will need to apply the code VCLOUD£15 at checkout. Some example dates are given below, although many more are available too Hand luggage only.

Example dates:

Boston:
20th - 27th Jan
10th - 17th Feb
17th - 24th Feb
2nd - 9th March
9th - 16th March
12th - 19th March

New York:
20th - 27th Jan
10th - 17th Feb
2nd - 9th March
9th - 16th March
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davester2k07/10/2019 13:32

No one should be booking via dodgy online travel agents.You're throwing …No one should be booking via dodgy online travel agents.You're throwing away all your control over your booking and exposing yourself to additional charges and hassles if you need to make a change.Book direct or not at all.


What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected so you have 100% protection. If you want even more protection then use a credit card and if you want even more protection on top of your extra protection, make sure you buy your travel insurance as soon as you book the holiday. Book direct and pay a hell of a lot more.
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No one should be booking via dodgy online travel agents.

You're throwing away all your control over your booking and exposing yourself to additional charges and hassles if you need to make a change.

Book direct or not at all.
davester2k07/10/2019 13:32

No one should be booking via dodgy online travel agents.You're throwing …No one should be booking via dodgy online travel agents.You're throwing away all your control over your booking and exposing yourself to additional charges and hassles if you need to make a change.Book direct or not at all.


What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected so you have 100% protection. If you want even more protection then use a credit card and if you want even more protection on top of your extra protection, make sure you buy your travel insurance as soon as you book the holiday. Book direct and pay a hell of a lot more.
Is that pic real of Boston? If so that’s quite amazing ; direct split with green on one side and mortar the other
Ru4real07/10/2019 13:59

Is that pic real of Boston? If so that’s quite amazing ; direct split with …Is that pic real of Boston? If so that’s quite amazing ; direct split with green on one side and mortar the other


I thought it was Central Park?
MonkeyMan9007/10/2019 13:57

What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected …What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected so you have 100% protection. If you want even more protection then use a credit card and if you want even more protection on top of your extra protection, make sure you buy your travel insurance as soon as you book the holiday. Book direct and pay a hell of a lot more.


They refer to the fact that many still have manual ordering behind the scenes. This means they can make errors in your passenger record etc, then blame you for the mistake etc.
lf1983lf07/10/2019 14:14

I thought it was Central Park?


It is indeed Central park. Went there in May
plebbygiraffe07/10/2019 14:36

They refer to the fact that many still have manual ordering behind the …They refer to the fact that many still have manual ordering behind the scenes. This means they can make errors in your passenger record etc, then blame you for the mistake etc.


Very rare if at all happens. I've always booked through 3rd party websites and I go on approx 2 family holidays per year. Not once have I had a problem
MonkeyMan9007/10/2019 14:49

Very rare if at all happens. I've always booked through 3rd party websites …Very rare if at all happens. I've always booked through 3rd party websites and I go on approx 2 family holidays per year. Not once have I had a problem


But it is a possibility, which they rightly raise. You do hand over control of your details to the third party. That's why a lot of them have bad reviews full of people complaining about such issues.

Rare, yes, so take your chances but also stupid to be blind to it.
plebbygiraffe07/10/2019 15:04

But it is a possibility, which they rightly raise. You do hand over …But it is a possibility, which they rightly raise. You do hand over control of your details to the third party. That's why a lot of them have bad reviews full of people complaining about such issues.Rare, yes, so take your chances but also stupid to be blind to it.


Or you could book through huge companies for security like Thomas Cook :/ oh yes there's a problem with that.
MonkeyMan9007/10/2019 13:57

What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected …What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected so you have 100% protection. If you want even more protection then use a credit card and if you want even more protection on top of your extra protection, make sure you buy your travel insurance as soon as you book the holiday. Book direct and pay a hell of a lot more.


I've literally never seen a saving worth using an OTC for.

You only need to have to change a flight once (and I'm not talking about incidents which insurance would cover) and you'll find out why booking direct is the only sensible thing to do.

And just wait until you have to rely on an OTC to reschedule a cancelled flight...... you'll rue skimping on 15 quid
Edited by: "davester2k" 7th Oct
MonkeyMan9007/10/2019 15:08

Or you could book through huge companies for security like Thomas Cook :/ …Or you could book through huge companies for security like Thomas Cook :/ oh yes there's a problem with that.


Oh yes, Thomas Cook. The travel company famous for selling flights for other carriers. Err, nope.

They had a valid complaint. You tried to dismiss it. You got shown up. Move on.
plebbygiraffe07/10/2019 20:01

Oh yes, Thomas Cook. The travel company famous for selling flights for …Oh yes, Thomas Cook. The travel company famous for selling flights for other carriers. Err, nope.They had a valid complaint. You tried to dismiss it. You got shown up. Move on.


You do know Thomas Cook own their own airline don't you? Which they have approx 100 airplanes. Maybe you should think before speaking.
Edited by: "MonkeyMan90" 7th Oct
MonkeyMan9007/10/2019 13:57

What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected …What a stupid comment. 99% of these companies are atol and abta protected so you have 100% protection. If you want even more protection then use a credit card and if you want even more protection on top of your extra protection, make sure you buy your travel insurance as soon as you book the holiday. Book direct and pay a hell of a lot more.


Aren’t those protections only applicable to package deals and not flight only?
andrewp08/10/2019 13:07

Aren’t those protections only applicable to package deals and not flight o …Aren’t those protections only applicable to package deals and not flight only?


No mate you can still be protected on flights only.
Ru4real07/10/2019 13:59

Is that pic real of Boston? If so that’s quite amazing ; direct split with …Is that pic real of Boston? If so that’s quite amazing ; direct split with green on one side and mortar the other


Thats New York buddy. Central Park
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