NOT HALF TERM: From Manchester Two Week Orlando Holiday Inc Flights, Luggage, Car Hire, Hotel £326.99pp @ Thomas Cook
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NOT HALF TERM: From Manchester Two Week Orlando Holiday Inc Flights, Luggage, Car Hire, Hotel £326.99pp @ Thomas Cook

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Found 6th Mar
NOT HALF TERM!!!!!!

Definitely not at this price but a bargain if your kids are not in school. I can't get flights with luggage as cheap as this from Manchester so to get a whole package with flights, luggage, hotel and car hire for £326.99pp this is a bargain and so cheap you could even ditch some of the hotel stay and go elsewhere if you didn't want to spend all your time in the one hotel but in fairness the hotel has good reviews and ratings.

Dates are 10-24 May.

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Northerndave4 m ago

Do we take a random guess on dates, number of kids, etc?


Or you could just look at the picture above with the date on it along with stating 2 adults, 2 children. Just an idea....
Edited by: "Reddwarfposse5" 6th Mar
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CJ19915 m ago

Can you pay for two children if you don’t have any lol! This would be a b …Can you pay for two children if you don’t have any lol! This would be a bargin for 1 person!


I'm not sure. I guess you could make up some children to book it and then announce at the airport you have left your wife/husband/kids.... Or they have left you. Perhaps they would take pity on you and upgrade you to business class too
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TallYoda1 m ago

Can I suggest not putting the words half term in your title? You're just …Can I suggest not putting the words half term in your title? You're just going to attract people who can't go who follow the key words of half term.


But then people click on it and moan it isn't half term - can't win!
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Do we take a random guess on dates, number of kids, etc?
Northerndave4 m ago

Do we take a random guess on dates, number of kids, etc?


Or you could just look at the picture above with the date on it along with stating 2 adults, 2 children. Just an idea....
Edited by: "Reddwarfposse5" 6th Mar
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Super deal. Good find & thanks for sharing!
Brilliant deal, wish I wasn't skint
Need to use code BOOKIT to get it at this price.
2 adults, 2 kids, 1 bedroom?

Bit cosy, innit?
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andycs6 m ago

Need to use code BOOKIT to get it at this price.


Yes you do, thanks for adding this.
Can you pay for two children if you don’t have any lol! This would be a bargin for 1 person!
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CJ19915 m ago

Can you pay for two children if you don’t have any lol! This would be a b …Can you pay for two children if you don’t have any lol! This would be a bargin for 1 person!


I'm not sure. I guess you could make up some children to book it and then announce at the airport you have left your wife/husband/kids.... Or they have left you. Perhaps they would take pity on you and upgrade you to business class too
What a deal for two weeks
Just for comparison I've paid over £6k for this May half term (2 weeks) with 14 day Disney ticket
Bargain deal. Just be aware that the car hire does not include insurance that you need and that alone costs the same as buying car hire with insurance would do if you booked a car independently. Alamo are a great hire company I use them every time I go to the USA
Can I suggest not putting the words half term in your title? You're just going to attract people who can't go who follow the key words of half term.
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Wadda8 m ago

Bargain deal. Just be aware that the car hire does not include insurance …Bargain deal. Just be aware that the car hire does not include insurance that you need and that alone costs the same as buying car hire with insurance would do if you booked a car independently. Alamo are a great hire company I use them every time I go to the USA


Get a policy like insurance4carhire.co.uk an Annual Worldwide is less than £55 which covers the excess. Great if you have a few trips planned. Just one of many excess insurance companies.

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TallYoda1 m ago

Can I suggest not putting the words half term in your title? You're just …Can I suggest not putting the words half term in your title? You're just going to attract people who can't go who follow the key words of half term.


But then people click on it and moan it isn't half term - can't win!
rachelandgromit20 m ago

But then people click on it and moan it isn't half term - can't win!


I'm not suggesting you don't have it in the description, just the title. I don't think description triggers key word alerts, or does it?
same deals come up every year around this time, Thomson will be doing the same flying on the Dreamliner, and in much preferred (imo) location I.D
Edited by: "lynn44" 6th Mar
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lynn446th Mar

same deals come up evry year around this time, Thomson will be doing the …same deals come up evry year around this time, Thomson will be doing the same flying on the Dreamliner


Actually I did check Thomson/Tui and their prices were nowhere near as cheap as this. There were some fly drives but nothing as low as this price.
Can't get the system to show this holiday, let alone at that price.
Thomson £405 pp, at the moment for May but with discount of LH200 total price 2 adults 2 children A discount of £200 has been applied to your holiday using the code LH200. The total price is now £1422.5. Remove Discount
much better to pay the extra for better aircraft actually ...... London Gatwick which is usually more expensive too
Edited by: "lynn44" 6th Mar
That's bloody brilliant deal x
is it in half term?
Reddwarfposse53 h, 37 m ago

Or you could just look at the picture above with the date on it along with …Or you could just look at the picture above with the date on it along with stating 2 adults, 2 children. Just an idea....


On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? Just an idea?
Rob_13043 h, 47 m ago

2 adults, 2 kids, 1 bedroom? Bit cosy, innit?


Our last holiday was classed as 1 bedroom but actually split into 2 rooms with a door within the room!!
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lynn441 h, 19 m ago

Thomson £405 pp, at the moment for May but with discount of LH200 total …Thomson £405 pp, at the moment for May but with discount of LH200 total price 2 adults 2 children A discount of £200 has been applied to your holiday using the code LH200. The total price is now £1422.5. Remove Discountmuch better to pay the extra for better aircraft actually ...... London Gatwick which is usually more expensive too


So more expensive Good as an alternative if you want London. Generally I find London is always cheaper than Manchester etc... as you have more London-ish airports to choose from.
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Northerndave35 m ago

On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? …On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? Just an idea?


I did, the dates are in the first post I put dates 10-24 May.
Northerndave1 h, 14 m ago

On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? …On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? Just an idea?



Maybe you could've stated that originally and asked a bit more politely instead of being sarcastic? And I've just checked the app on my phone and the picture is showing in full there once you click on the heading.
Edited by: "Reddwarfposse5" 6th Mar
I'm aware of lots of people staying in hotels in America been stung with resort tax / state tax. Which I've heard can be as much as an extra $40 per night. What's the case with this holiday? Is it included or do you have to take extra $ to cover the costs when you're there
Wirralbargains772 m ago

I'm aware of lots of people staying in hotels in America been stung with …I'm aware of lots of people staying in hotels in America been stung with resort tax / state tax. Which I've heard can be as much as an extra $40 per night. What's the case with this holiday? Is it included or do you have to take extra $ to cover the costs when you're there



I've never had to pay resort tax when I've gone with Thomas Cook or Thomson before as I'm sure it's covered by their costs. Someone else might be more up to date though.
Reddwarfposse58 m ago

I've never had to pay resort tax when I've gone with Thomas Cook or …I've never had to pay resort tax when I've gone with Thomas Cook or Thomson before as I'm sure it's covered by their costs. Someone else might be more up to date though.


My father in law has booked through Thompson for a holiday in Vegas later this year and he's been advised by them that there is a tax to pay when he gets to the hotel, Thompson told him it'll be $280 which can only be paid when you get to hotel reception to book in
Reason for asking about resort fee / state tax is some companies are telling me it's included while others are saying it isn't, so wondering if it's state specific, hotel specific, or booking site specific #confused
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It's common to pay resort fees in Vegas. I didn't see anything on the deal here for resort fees and I got to the payment page.
paulj484 h, 25 m ago

Just for comparison I've paid over £6k for this May half term (2 weeks) …Just for comparison I've paid over £6k for this May half term (2 weeks) with 14 day Disney ticket


How many adults / kids? As this deal is for 2+2. Also this deal doesn't include Park tickets
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Wirralbargains7714 m ago

How many adults / kids? As this deal is for 2+2. Also this deal doesn't …How many adults / kids? As this deal is for 2+2. Also this deal doesn't include Park tickets


2 adults 2 kids and no tickets extra and there are various ways of getting these don't pay Thomas Cook for them. You will find cheaper.
Wirralbargains7717 m ago

How many adults / kids? As this deal is for 2+2. Also this deal doesn't …How many adults / kids? As this deal is for 2+2. Also this deal doesn't include Park tickets



2+1 like I said just a comparision to show this deal is cheap. Park tickets approx. £1500 for 2+1
Just a heads up for anyone who is interested, this is a great deal
however the most expensive thing is park tickets to the theme parks. Family of 4 for two weeks to universal and Disney will easily set you back another £2000
Northerndave2 h, 35 m ago

On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? …On the phone app, picture does not have dates, people. Maybe write it? Just an idea?


The phone app shows all the detail. People, dates etc. Best check your phone.
paulj485 h, 39 m ago

Just for comparison I've paid over £6k for this May half term (2 weeks) …Just for comparison I've paid over £6k for this May half term (2 weeks) with 14 day Disney ticket


How much should you add for the Disney tickets over 2 weeks? Never been before. It would only be with our 2 year old, so nothing too much fun.
Would really appreciate if someone could help me locate:

Manchester (MAN)to - Toronto (YYZ)
22/07/28 - 30/7/18
4 adults + 2 Children
Bhx/Man/Lon - order of preference on airport!
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