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Pre order food/drink at Heathrow for 20% off various restaurants max £5 off
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31/12/2017Expires on 31/12/2017Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
Just had an email from Heathrow Rewards (free to join). Not going to suit everyone but if you want to plan ahead with breakfast/lunch/dinner you might find you can save some money… Read more

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Free parking for up to two hours at Heathrow and Gatwick and 1 hour at Stansted airports with with shuttlebus service. Other airports in main post
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Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
If you need to drop or pick up passengers from Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted you can get up to 2 hours free parking and the use of a shuttlebus. The main link takes you to Heathro… Read more

Just turn up!

xxsnowqueenxx15th Oct

Stansted is very good as free to drop off at mid stay carpark. Passengers …Stansted is very good as free to drop off at mid stay carpark. Passengers can then catch the shuttle bus into the terminal which is a short bus ride. If you choose to drop off at the door you will pay a premium and probably queue. Car Parking InfoFree Facility* Free for up to 1 hour* Located in the Mid Stay Car Park. Follow signs for 'Free Set Down'We offer a free pick up and drop off option from a dedicated area in the Mid Stay Car Park. Just a 5 minute courtesy bus ride away from the terminal forecourt (buses run every 10 minutes). Perfect if you want to accompany friends and family to the terminal or assist them from arrivals. Free for up to 1 hour, £1.50 up to 2 hours. Daily rates for Mid Stay Car Park apply after 2 hours.Express Set DownThis area is for dropping-off friends or loved ones, if you are looking to pick-up or head in to the terminal then you should use either our Short Stay car parks (Orange or Green zones) or the free option in our Mid Stay car park.Tariffs (effective from 1st April 2017)* Up to 10 minutes = £3.50* 10 - 15 minutes = Additional £1 per minute* Over 15 minutes = £25* Vehicles must not be left unattended. Unattended vehicles may be towed and will incur a towing fee.* There will be a £20 charge for re-entering within 30 minutes of first entering.


Do you have to pre book for Mid Stay free parking or can you just turn up?

ScroopEgerton2nd Oct

Worth knowing!Or do what I do- go in to the short stay, drop off your …Worth knowing!Or do what I do- go in to the short stay, drop off your passengers then drive to the exit and tell them you've driven in to the wrong car park by mistake. Then floor it when they open the barrier for you.


Be careful. Someone got prosecuted recently. Apparently the chap drove in the short term with 6 people in his car, drove out within a few minutes (5 people lighter) claiming he used wrong car park. The attendants are getting wise to this and check the cameras!

This is good to know. As family always expects to be picked up, and never offers to pay parking or petrol! If they moan about having to wait for a shuttle bus, I think I might mention. If you want picking up from short stay, you pay for it.
Edited by: "gavindavies790251" 18th Oct

Thanks OP! Used Heathrow T4 Long stay car park today and it was free for 2 hours. The barriers opened on exit recognising the car number plate. Got free shuttle bus immediately and it took about 3-4 mins to reach the Airport terminal. Frequency of shuttle is every 10 mins.
Free travel to many Heathrow hotels (if you walk a bit)  Heathrow free flow travel zone - saving £4.50/person
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It's not particularly well advertised, but Heathrow Airport operates a service called "Heathrow Freeflow" whereby you can ride quite a number of buses in the local area absolutely … Read more

As for posting about this. I've certainly posted other places about this last at least two years ago , first at least a decade ago as I first became aware of it the year Princess Diana died .......... so Rob if anything was a little tardy in his posting !

The Hoppa is such poor value this is a no brainier especially if travelling light. The Bath Road isn't all very expensive hotels, I've paid fifty or less on occasion (Premier, Heathrow Hotel and Skyline) . Getting the bus instead of the Hoppa is no different to eating in the Bath Road Macdonalds for breakfast rather than paying £20 in a hotel. Requires a bit of effort but the end result is the same at a fraction of the cost.

Original Poster

starbidder

Credit to Rob as this was written and posted by him on the UK's most … Credit to Rob as this was written and posted by him on the UK's most trusted frequent flyer website Head for Points 4 MAY 2017



To be clear, I never saw his article (and looking at the timestamp on my initial deal post, I believe I posted before he wrote it) and indeed I'd never heard of his site until you mentioned it. I posted this deal because I happened to check that the free bus system hadn't changed in advance of heading to the Heathrow area in the summer, and, after doing so, I thought "hey, not many people know about this..."


Edited by: "Genki" 5th May

faxmax

Which one?



http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-premier-inn-heathrow-terminal-4-lots-rooms-29-per-night-2673684

Not Bath Road .

phead

You can also use a contact less card instead of an oyster card on … You can also use a contact less card instead of an oyster card on Piccadilly, more useful for none london folk.


This applies across the London tube and bus network, zones 1-6.
BOWERS & WILKINS P7 Wireless Headphones Black £279 Heathrow Airport Dixons Travel £279.00
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Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
I saw this while waiting for my flight (from T3). not sure if this helps anyone. Details The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones combines fantastic sound and luxurious mat… Read more

The best price you can get at the moment from someone who has researched and is looking for the cheapest price. Great knockdown from the £319 that all places are currently charging. Only other option I can see is Very.co.uk have a 10% off if you open an account with them. Bringing it down to around this price.

exexpat

I have 2 h6 (gen1, gen2) they are outstanding but for me they sadly … I have 2 h6 (gen1, gen2) they are outstanding but for me they sadly become uncomfortable after an hour.



U seriously think P7 is more comfortable? H6 is acceptable for me, but won't say is the best. I still prefer the velour ear pad on Sennheiser or mr speaker.

ElGofre

Gotta disagree on the P7s being uncomfortable, I've worn mine almost … Gotta disagree on the P7s being uncomfortable, I've worn mine almost daily for the last 3+ years and my ears only start fatiguing after many hours of listening. Sound quality is a subjective thing, but again I rate the P7s over the PM3, I actually intended to buy the Oppos as a replacement after hearing they'd made a portable planar, but the sound quality was a big let down to my ears.




That really depend on personal tolerance level, the shape of your head and especially when if you are used to those really comfortable full size headphones like Sennheiser, Mr speaker, Beyerdynamic etc.

I'm quite surprise u think the sound of pm3 is a big let down? What amp did u drive it with?

terencetcf

B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. … B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.



Gotta disagree on the P7s being uncomfortable, I've worn mine almost daily for the last 3+ years and my ears only start fatiguing after many hours of listening. Sound quality is a subjective thing, but again I rate the P7s over the PM3, I actually intended to buy the Oppos as a replacement after hearing they'd made a portable planar, but the sound quality was a big let down to my ears.
Edited by: "ElGofre" 21st Jan

It really grinds my gears when people vote cold because they think an item is expensive, uncomfortable or not for them. A deal is a deal when it's the best price an item can be purchased at a given time.
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Free parking (and shuttle bus) for 2 hours at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and 1 hour free at Stansted for picking up or dropping off passengers
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Found 21st Oct 2016Found 21st Oct 2016
Good news you can park for up to 2 hours at Heathrow and Gatwick (1 hour at Stansted) and use the shuttle bus for free when picking up or dropping off passengers. Link is for Heat… Read more

gerrymig

It's at the bottom of the centre panel on the page. It says ..Pick-up and … It's at the bottom of the centre panel on the page. It says ..Pick-up and drop-offIf you are dropping off or picking up passengers, you can use the Long Stay car park for 2 hours free of charge. Re-entry to Heathrow Long Stay parking is prohibited within 24 hours. This facility is not available to private hire and trade vehicles. All exits will need to be verified by a member of the car parking team either on site or via Exit intercom.



Thanks Gerrymig. Saw it now.

You can add Luton airport as well. Two hours free on the Long stay and 15 minutes on the Mid stay with free transfer.

Original Poster

s1mpl1c1ty

Subject line of this post says:"Free parking for 2 hours at … Subject line of this post says:"Free parking for 2 hours at Heathrow"http://www.heathrow.com/transport-and-directions/heathrow-parking/heathrow-long-stay-parkingCannot see anywhere on the Heathrow webpage link that 2 hours is free.Even running the quote comes up with a cost of parking.So how is this 2 hours free?



It's at the bottom of the centre panel on the page. It says ..

Pick-up and drop-off
If you are dropping off or picking up passengers, you can use the Long Stay car park for 2 hours free of charge. Re-entry to Heathrow Long Stay parking is prohibited within 24 hours. This facility is not available to private hire and trade vehicles. All exits will need to be verified by a member of the car parking team either on site or via Exit intercom.

Subject line of this post says:
"Free parking for 2 hours at Heathrow"
http://www.heathrow.com/transport-and-directions/heathrow-parking/heathrow-long-stay-parking

Cannot see anywhere on the Heathrow webpage link that 2 hours is free.
Even running the quote comes up with a cost of parking.
So how is this 2 hours free?

Hello, where is link to Heathrow? oO
FREE Drop-off and Pick-up Parking at Various UK Airports inc Heathrow & Gatwick
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Thought this might help people with holiday planning as airport car parks can be so expensive!! My bil uses Birmingham Airport quite a bit & my sister-in laws fed up with payin… Read more
Mod & Ed
Mod & Ed

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Thanks OP

Nothing beats London City, according to this article.

Liverpool? The worst for charging!

Newcastle has 15 mins free at the medium stay car park, which is about 3 mins walk to the terminal.
newcastleairport.com/car…ing

Thanks
Official Heathrow Long Stay Parking @ £4.49 per day + 10% Quidco!
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Found 13th Jan 2016Found 13th Jan 2016
Park in the Official London Heathrow long stay car park for £4.49 per day with their Winter Offer... Applies to terminals 2,3 and 4. EDIT: looks to be working with T5 also! Stay 5… Read more

unhappybunny

Surely no slower than driving? Getting out of town onto the A/M 4 can be … Surely no slower than driving? Getting out of town onto the A/M 4 can be a nightmare, then that itself can be slow going.



That is a very good point m8

robot1000

Takes forever from Central London


Surely no slower than driving? Getting out of town onto the A/M 4 can be a nightmare, then that itself can be slow going.

Oops - ☺️8 days.

Try 'just park' - just booked 9 days at the Marriott hotel car park In December for £33.

I know it's not 'on' airport but it's on Bath Road - on the fence line with the airport.

free Heathrow bus or hotel hoppa for £9 return

£20 cheaper than purple parking offsite were going to charge.

Hope this helps someone.

Ryan.

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thugzlife112

Cheers op! Had one booked with Purple Parking which was just over £10 … Cheers op! Had one booked with Purple Parking which was just over £10 more than this. Booked this one and will now cancel the PP one. Also, this was for Terminal 5 so it does apply here as well.


Good stuff, have added this to the description. Cheers
FREE Parking at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted for Drop-off and Pick-up!
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Found 28th Feb 2015Found 28th Feb 2015
FREE 2 hours parking at Heathrow Long Stays for ALL terminals. I actually had doubt in this and checked with the Heathrow on twitter today, and they confirmed that this offer appli… Read more

is hours enough a time?

Fab thanks

dnc316

You go to Heathrow for a coffee?


Only place to go for a coffee at night I guess.

Look and Learn Bournemouth, Look and Learn.

i.am.lost

This Is amazing, I often go to Costa in T5 post-midnight and bemoan the … This Is amazing, I often go to Costa in T5 post-midnight and bemoan the short stay parking fees. Does anyone know if the shuttle bus from the long stay car parks operates on a 24/7 basis?



You go to Heathrow for a coffee?
Heathrow official parking Terminals 1 to 4 - From £4.49 per day
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Found 5th Jan 2015Found 5th Jan 2015
Heathrow airport long stay parking now at £4.49 a day until 30th January (Terminals 1 to 4). The booking I have made is better than half price cheaper than previous day, was £70 n… Read more

Nice

Thanks, some great deals from the link.

Depends on the dates, some good deals though

arma_gera

yes LGW :)..and *wish they had*


Same here. I just booked LGW parking at normal price

To the OP

Thank you VERY VERY VERY MUCH !!!!!

I fly out to New York soon and finding this deal you posted today has saved me £100. A big thumbs up to you

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Two Hours FREE parking at Heathrow Airport Terminal 4
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Found 19th Aug 2014Found 19th Aug 2014
FREE parking for two hours in the Long Stay Car Park at Heathrow Terminal 4. Easy free shuttle bus transfer to Terminal 4 which runs every 10 minutes. Transfer time is about 3 minu… Read more

dalipsinghno119th Aug 2014

Wow good find! every thing good is always found by accident even though it …Wow good find! every thing good is always found by accident even though it has been there all the time Penicillin!!!I wonder all those visitors to T4 are not HUKD's who did not post it before or I missed it. Like OP 2hrs should be enough, if you plan it right though. Try to get there just before arrival and you can pick your loved ones in time to get the car out or just park there sit in the car and tell your passenger where to come, so just in case the two hours are over because of delays you can drive off so not to pay £25. and just drive around or park in Short Park and pay £10 your choice!! but plenty to choose from...Well Done!!


Better to get there 15 mins after plane arrives plus max 15 mins to terminal and still be there before people you are meeting.

Original Poster

Yes the Heathrow Airport website confirms that there is still 2 hours free parking in Long Stay Carparks for pick up and drop off. Scroll down to the Pick-up and Drop-off section on this link Heathrow Long Stay Parking

Can someone please confirm if you can still get 2 hours free parking at Heathrow airport terminal 4.
Edited by: "summerof76" 6th Sep

worked for me today 15-7-17 at terminal 2-3 long stay

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kiwa

I used the car park for 57 minutes in june 2016. Parking eye ( the … I used the car park for 57 minutes in june 2016. Parking eye ( the management) are charging me £100 for non payment. They refused my appeal of my 2 hrs free parking..without mentioning whether it existed or lifted.I googledit but could not see the sign of 2 hrs free parking. do i have a devance ?



The Heathrow Airport Long Stay Carparks are free for up to 2 hours for drop off and pick up, although you can not renter for free within 24 hours. This is clearly stated on the Heathrow Airport website heathrow.com/tra…ing
Experience Heathrow Terminal 2 before anyone else (Free Parking, Goodie Bag, Refreshments & Chance to win Airline Tickets)
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Not many people get to see inside a new airport terminal before it opens. This is a chance for you, your friends and family to be a part of Terminal 2's story by volunteering for a… Read more

Jesus , people must want something to do.

mangomonkey

I am sorry, I do like airports but am I missing something? You drive up, … I am sorry, I do like airports but am I missing something? You drive up, probably end up paying for parking, go through the whole process of checking in and getting through the airport, then don't go anywhere?


You are moaning about paying for parking when the heading says "Free Parking" Don't you look stupid and miserable.

The trials run between October 2013 and April 2014

chrisfdh

My parents went to the T5 one a couple of years ago. The goody bag was … My parents went to the T5 one a couple of years ago. The goody bag was ok, some headphones, power adaptor, and other bits and bobs. They could pick from a few restaurants and have what they liked off the menu (including beer/wine). At the end of it they both got free membership cards for airport lounges (like a diners club card in terms of access), other people got BA flight vouchers, others got a few thousand airmiles, and some got free terminal parking passes (for future use - not for that day since all parking was free anyway). There was also a place where you could register for jobs, so that might be useful for people looking at the moment.



looks like not splashing out on terminal 2 version in comparison. No meal:

"Will any food or drinks be provided during the trial?
To keep you going we will be providing free refreshments along the way."

Rikmano

Hi Chapchap,Just to clarify further, there are two types of Volunteers … Hi Chapchap,Just to clarify further, there are two types of Volunteers for this experience. The first one is T2 Volunteer's who are there for the day to act as passengers at the Airport and to help Heathrow Airport with the trial to see how the Airport runs.The second type are Volunteer Ambassadors, who must be over 18 to apply for this role;What's in it for you?Join our team and enjoy these benefits:- Experience the excitement of the world's greatest events.- A unique volunteer uniform for you to wear.- Enhance your CV and use this sought-after experience to build your skills and sell yourself.- Make new friends, contacts and networks.- Most of all, be part of the action and help us make your country proud. This is the part that you can add to your CV and it will be classed as a role/job!This can lead the candidate/applicant to furthering up in there career, and a possibility to work there way up in Heathrow Airport.At the end of the day this can have an impact on somebody's CV, and if they decide to leave the program/role they know they can put this on their CV. Also I need to stress that because of the current economic times that we are going through, this can really help someone to get some experience in a specific field, so I can honestly say there's plenty of potential.I would suggest anyone who is job seeking to seriously look into this program, it will get you one step into the door in the career world! :)I hope this helps!



volunteer ambassadors are not connected to the deal you have posted for trials at terminal 5. They are a milk off the olympic volunteers and are involved in upcoming events "such as the London Marathon, the UEFA Champions League and partnership with DR Who to celebrate 50 years of the show" + seasonal support at the airport.

Basically pointing where drunken football fans can catch the train into london.
45 minutes free WiFi usage at Heathrow Airport.
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There's free Wi-Fi available throughout the terminal to help you stay in touch or plan your travels. Just choose _Heathrow Wi-Fi and follow the on-screen instructions. Once you've … Read more

I'll be trying this tomorrow. Hopefully it's still on offer.

is that the catch you have to go to Heathrow , not really worth it lol

it all reads like a bad advert for big business

You've paid 100s for a flight, and you're arsing around over a fiver for WiFi. LOL.

Original Poster

All Irish airports have free unlimited WiFi :-)
Acer aspire 5740 G 410.00 @ Heathrow airport
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Was in Heathrow terminal 4 yesterday The shop there had this laptop for 410pounds.. and it is a very good deal.. as i had paid 549pounds for the same at PC world. Specs are Core i… Read more

If the shop the original poster is Dixons Tax Free. They have a website: dixonstravel.co.uk/ind…ome where you can check products online, phone the shop and reserve it to pick it up. I checked online for the acer aspire 5740g offer but couldn't find it - maybe they don't have all stock to view online though. They have tax free stores at all the main UK airports Gatwick, Birmingham, Edinburgh etc.

shadow_boxer;8768980

PS. out of interest what do people make of this laptop? Bang for buck … PS. out of interest what do people make of this laptop? Bang for buck wise seems pretty good...and yes I know its acer but a similarly spec'd Sony Vaio E Series is £589.99 at amazon. Is it worth the extra 90 quid?



Bang for buck, it's a fair price I agree. As to whether the Sony is worth the extra £90 - that's more subjective. If you are the sort of person that prefers to buy a Rolex over a Timex even though they both tell the time to the same degree of accuracy, then yes I guess so.

Whilst I do like Sony machines (especially their screens), I bought an Acer myself.

I believe its probably the same as the laptop below?

dixons.co.uk/gbu…tml

£499.99 at Dixons!

Would be interesting to know if its available to non-travelling customers?

PS. out of interest what do people make of this laptop? Bang for buck wise seems pretty good...and yes I know its acer but a similarly spec'd Sony Vaio E Series is £589.99 at amazon. Is it worth the extra 90 quid?

Cheers.

Was that VAT inclusive ispookie? That is, was it available from a shop accessible to the public before you go through the gate?
I'm just trying to establish whether it was VAT & duty exempt for outgoing passengers which would of course make it a lot cheaper than equivalent machines outside the terminal (and therefore not such a great deal).

garbage456;8763506

Sorry not directly aimed at you



no problem :thumbsup:

Do you know the answer to the question i asked... do you need to be flying to get this deal?