Fast Track through various Airports from just £3pp @ Holiday Extras
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Fast Track through various Airports from just £3pp @ Holiday Extras

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SuperEd
Found 27th Nov
If you don't fancy hanging about in queues and want to get in early you can get fast tracked from just £3pp at various airports - can be pretty busy at times.

Example

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Prices do vary from Airport to Airport but well worth a look if flying out

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Arrivals will get much easier after Brexit. There's hardly anyone in the "non EU" lanes at passport control when you come home from holiday so we'll sail through. 🤔

Bargain - how much is it normally to walk through security?
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It's arrivals passport control the you need this for. Departure security isn't normally that bad.

Bargain - how much is it normally to walk through security?

Most airports have this now themselves check how much it costs by going direct all of the ones I have flown through were around this price any way.

Arrivals will get much easier after Brexit. There's hardly anyone in the "non EU" lanes at passport control when you come home from holiday so we'll sail through. 🤔

I paid £7 the other day at Stansted.

DrDoolittle2 h, 36 m ago

Arrivals will get much easier after Brexit. There's hardly anyone in the …Arrivals will get much easier after Brexit. There's hardly anyone in the "non EU" lanes at passport control when you come home from holiday so we'll sail through. 🤔


LMFAO. Shorter queues, perhaps. But you can bet your bottom dollar customs are going to pay a LOT more attention to what you are carrying. Welcome back to the joys of having your suitcase rummaged through in front of you.

Manchester Airport site do 2 for £7.50 fast track
this is coming out as £10 for two people

eatmorefish15 m ago

LMFAO. Shorter queues, perhaps. But you can bet your bottom dollar customs …LMFAO. Shorter queues, perhaps. But you can bet your bottom dollar customs are going to pay a LOT more attention to what you are carrying. Welcome back to the joys of having your suitcase rummaged through in front of you.


Oh yes, no more "unlimited personal-use duty free"! It'll be 200 cigs and one bottle of plonk, like it is for the rest of the world. If the remain campaign had cottoned onto that, things might have been different!

CRTB22 m ago

Oh yes, no more "unlimited personal-use duty free"! It'll be 200 cigs and …Oh yes, no more "unlimited personal-use duty free"! It'll be 200 cigs and one bottle of plonk, like it is for the rest of the world. If the remain campaign had cottoned onto that, things might have been different!


Goods from Europe aren't duty-free. Duty has already been paid on them within the EU, and people are bringing them in to the UK because the duty paid elsewhere in the EU is cheaper than the duty paid in rip-off Britain.

mhart17 m ago

Goods from Europe aren't duty-free. Duty has already been paid on them …Goods from Europe aren't duty-free. Duty has already been paid on them within the EU, and people are bringing them in to the UK because the duty paid elsewhere in the EU is cheaper than the duty paid in rip-off Britain.


You're quite correct and I stand corrected. However you'll still not be able to bring in as much as you want after Brexit, it'll be back down to 200 cigs and a litre of spirits.

Plus if you think we're living in rip-off Britain, try a holiday to Scandinavia or Switzerland.

was looking for Luton airport and see you can buy priority lane passes for £3 from the airport website direct. But when looking up if it's worth it the general census was not to book as you can buy the passes on the day, so just judge how busy it is and if it's worth it when you're there.

Disabled. Don't need to pay and can get it at most any airport in the world. I don't recommend this method though.

Nice one will make my wait in the regular queue a little shorter if idiots keep buying this.

Not saying this isn't ever worth it, however I've never had to queue that long at Manchester, really don't think £3 a person would be really worth it.

I guess it appeals to the same sort of person who pays £7 just to get on an easyjet flight first.
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