RETURN Flights to Boston £250 - 400 Seat Flash Sale @ Thomas Cook [24 Hour Sale]
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RETURN Flights to Boston £250 - 400 Seat Flash Sale @ Thomas Cook [24 Hour Sale]

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
Thomas cook having another flash sale, this time on Manchester to Boston for £250pp Return. 400 Seats at this price and it ends at 12pm Tomorrow if there are even any seats left by then. Prices available in May - Beginning of June, by the looks of it - Nice time to be over there!

Not really considered Boston before when planning holidays, but actually it looks awesome. Quite a bit to do and tbh, I wouldn't mind watching a Baseball game out there (something I've wanted to do since watching HOOK in the 90's :D) "Run Home, Jack, Run home, Jack"

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Here we are - 09th May - 20May 2017 £249.98
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Not to be confused with these chaps...

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Boston is quality. Would highly recommend visiting and make a trip of that part of the East Coast if you can.
May be being silly but cheapest I can only find £300 as the cheapest for a return.
Found some flights in May from Manchester for £250
Good deal I'm waiting to see if they include San Francisco in the next couple of weeks fingers crossed
I bought a similar cheap deal from TC to San Fran back in November. I don't remember the interface being as difficult to use as it is now though
Nice, how often do Thomas Cook do these offers then? is it once a week?
Darn we want August. Great city and area
My search came up with this. FOR 2 PEOPLE

The joys of having kids. Result = not going LOL
Total price: £ 399.96

An additional fee of 2% applies to payments by credit card or MasterCard prepaid card.
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Outbound flight

Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Outbound flight from Manchester to Boston

Manchester
Boston
13:00
7 h 10 mins 
nonstop
15:10

Thomas Cook Airlines MT2680 operated by Air Tanker
Economy Class  
Adults x 2 £319.98.................................................................................................................................................................................................

Services included
•2 x 23kg hold baggage
•2 x 6kg hand luggage
•2 x in-flight meals

Inbound flight
Saturday, 13 May 2017
Inbound flight from Boston to Manchester
Boston
Manchester
17:35
6 h 20 mins 
nonstop
04:55 +1day
Thomas Cook Airlines MT2681 operated by Air Tanker

Economy Class  
Adults x 2 £79.98

Services included
•2 x 23kg hold baggage
•2 x 6kg hand luggage
•2 x in-flight meals

Breakdown of charges and fees
No seat reservation 
Meals x 4 £ 0.00 

Provisional price
Flight fares £ 399.96


£ 399.96


Edited by: "yanzui" 23rd Mar 2017
wondering how to make this into a week trip .. nearest good places nearby?
yanzui

My search came up with this. FOR 2 PEOPLEThe joys of having kids. Result … My search came up with this. FOR 2 PEOPLEThe joys of having kids. Result = not going LOLTotal price: £ 399.96 An additional fee of 2% applies to payments by credit card or MasterCard prepaid card. Visa American Express Mastercard Outbound flight Tuesday, 9 May 2017Outbound flight from Manchester to Boston ManchesterBoston13:00 7 h 10 mins nonstop15:10 Thomas Cook Airlines MT2680 operated by Air Tanker Economy Class  Adults x 2£ 419.98 £ 319.98............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Services included•2 x 23kg hold baggage•2 x 6kg hand luggage•2 x in-flight mealsBreakdown of charges and fees Inbound flight Saturday, 13 May 2017Inbound flight from Boston to Manchester BostonManchester17:35 6 h 20 mins nonstop04:55 +1day Thomas Cook Airlines MT2681 operated by Air Tanker Economy Class  Adults x 2£ 279.98 £ 79.98............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Services included•2 x 23kg hold baggage•2 x 6kg hand luggage•2 x in-flight mealsBreakdown of charges and feesessentials No seat reservation No baggage Meals x 4 £ 0.00 Provisional price Flight fares £ 399.96 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Essentials £ 0.00 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Extras £ 0.00 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Travel insurance £ 0.00 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................£ 399.96 


You know it would've been a lot easier on the eye if you summarised the price and dates or better still just took a screenshot.
Damnyoureyes

Darn we want August. Great city and area


We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last September and are visiting Boston in August. Really looking forward to it but may be eating in diners every day unless the $ gets a bit weaker.
Loads to do in Boston and surrounding areas, whale watching is a good one, it's one of the best places in the world as you don't have to travel that far off the coast. I think trips go either from the city or further up the coast at Gloucester (Perfect Storm!)
We go regularly as we have family there.
Faneuil hall is on the waterfront, have a wander through but don't eat there.
From the harbour go for a half day whale watching if you see no whales you get a refund
walk round to north station, the bruins (ice hockey) play upstairs, catch a train north to salem (good beer and the Peabody Museum), cape anne, and on good for a couple of days
The best half day in town, Sam Adams brewery tour, (jamaica plain on the T) last time I went it was a couple of buck which goes to charity, free beer then a wander through the souvenir shop.
The last sailing ship in the us navy lives in an adjacent harbour USS Enterprise?? great half day.
If you grab the T (underground) to Fenway that's a nice area, great eating and you could catch a match

The natives are friendly too
I woke up this morning and had no idea I was going to Boston in May...how amazing..thanks hotdeals
Digs are expensive, even on Air BNB! Was very interested but paying £650 each for a week before spending money is still quite expensive!
loofer

You know it would've been a lot easier on the eye if you summarised the … You know it would've been a lot easier on the eye if you summarised the price and dates or better still just took a screenshot.


Or better yet if you booked and paid for our tickets
On a serious note this is a bargain!
Great price. 2 days is more than enough to see Boston. NY is only about 5hrs drive from Boston or you can get megabus to NY for just 10$. You can then visit DC , Virginia,Philedelphia and Baltimore from NY and then take a megabus from any of those cities back to Boston for another $10. Unless you have kids, its really a good deal to see east coast.
Edited by: "deepsnroses" 23rd Mar 2017
tricky_tree1982

Digs are expensive, even on Air BNB! Was very interested but paying £650 … Digs are expensive, even on Air BNB! Was very interested but paying £650 each for a week before spending money is still quite expensive!


Boston is seriously expensive for lodging in the city centre. We stayed in a hostel and it was >$200 a night! New England was significantly cheaper and nicer, with this place being a particular highlight of our tour: pemicabins.com/
Serious heat. Get a car an get out and about as well as the few days in the city.

Even worth the hassle of going to Manchester.
Boston Lincolnshire. Excellent. Visit The Stump.
For families struggling to find somewhere child friendly in the Boston area (as we were), check out the Great Wolf Lodge - kind-of like an American version of Center Parcs. There are always discount codes available, we've booked over New Year for $99 a night.
gordo1964

We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last … We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last September and are visiting Boston in August. Really looking forward to it but may be eating in diners every day unless the $ gets a bit weaker.



go to regina pizzeria in north end
gordo1964

We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last … We got the British Airways deal that someone kindly put on HUKD last September and are visiting Boston in August. Really looking forward to it but may be eating in diners every day unless the $ gets a bit weaker.



Have a look on restaurant.com - pay a couple of dollars for a voucher that gets you half price.
Lot of money to go to Lincolnshire... bus would be cheaper and faster
we flew to Boston last year with the kids, we got bored of doing Florida every year and wanted a change. in three weeks we drove from Boston to Hershey world which is awesome, then down to the white house, then up to goblers knob from groundhog day, then up to Niagara falls, then over until Toronto, then across to new york, then over to Plymouth for the final week which we spent exploring cape cod which is beautiful.

a few ideas for you there
I forgot to say we also spent two days in Boston, the kids loved the duck tours
this is the Hershey theme park if anyone fancies a road trip, you can easily spend 3-4 days here

hersheypark.com
carling8

wondering how to make this into a week trip .. nearest good places nearby?


Cape Cod!
tricky_tree1982

Digs are expensive, even on Air BNB! Was very interested but paying £650 … Digs are expensive, even on Air BNB! Was very interested but paying £650 each for a week before spending money is still quite expensive!


look at priceline
just come back from Chicago. With the exchange rate and costs over there its really expensive in the US at the moment for hotels, food etc. Eating out about 20%-30% more expensive than here!
I went to Boston 2 years ago, only had 2 days in the City, but wish I had planned more time.
There is tons to see & do in the City & surrounding area. Well supported by public transport.
Def. recommend getting a Red Sox game in. + there is the American History side of things, Boston Tea Party, Whale watching trip, etc.Harvard University if you want to go look at the grounds & area, etc.
Booked for 10 days in May. Planning on getting an internal flight straight to Florida, then driving the East Coast back to Boston.

What do you do to me HUKD

(p.s. thanks to the original poster)
you_gotta_be_kidding

this is the Hershey theme park if anyone fancies a road trip, you can … this is the Hershey theme park if anyone fancies a road trip, you can easily spend 3-4 days herehttp://www.hersheypark.com



No Florida but could not quite give up theme parks this year, know the feeling lol
Cheers bar is great.
panddda

Have a look on restaurant.com - pay a couple of dollars for a voucher … Have a look on restaurant.com - pay a couple of dollars for a voucher that gets you half price.


Thanks - how long do the vouchers last for and do you need to print them out - Cheers
great city
Not worth the trip, full of fat and Polish people
it says the offer has ended but I just booked 30th May to 13th June.... £249.98 return
I went to Boston and then toured Cape Cod a few years back. Great holiday. They were still doing the Big Dig under Boston at the time - has it all finished? We did also visit Salem which was disappointing. As it was Halloween at the time it was screaming - and I mean screaming, with kids everywhere. Massive parties of them and crowds everywhere. Not sure what we expected as we thought it was a small place. Cape Cod was the best - really lovely and I'd highly recommend it.
gordo1964

Thanks - how long do the vouchers last for and do you need to print them … Thanks - how long do the vouchers last for and do you need to print them out - Cheers



They're indefinite, and you can just show it on your phone I think (I printed them out but don't think you need to). Also, if you choose one and then change plans so it's unused, you can just exchange it back into your account for another one. Took me a little while to know what I was buying, but basically you buy vouchers for a few dollars that then get you a certificate at a restaurant (eg $15, $50 or whatever) that you can use with a minimum spend, which is usually double the certificate value. The current special deal is 4x $25 certificates for $20 dollars, so you'd spend $20, and for that you'd get 4 lots of $25 off a $50 spend at the restaurant, so for $20 you're getting $100 of food. The only consideration is tipping - it's obviously a big deal in the US, and you are expected to tip around 20% on the full value of the bill rather than after the discount voucher has been applied, so a $100 meal that you've used a $50 restaurant.com certificate against (that would have cost you $10) would be expecting a $20 tip. You're therefore saving $40. Always check the T&Cs for each restaurant - I think they are all or mostly for food only, not drinks.
We saved a fair bit in California, used a $50 House of Blues voucher (that had cost $10) against a $100 spend, plus several others similar.

Also have a look on the US Groupon site, it's similar to at home but there's almost always an extra 20% or similar discount code on the site. Had some belting deals on restaurants in Orlando that way, and as well as the saving it means that so much of the spend on holiday is already pre-paid.
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