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(Error Fare) Return Business class flight from Rome to Bogota (Colombia) £448 (Aug - Oct departures) @ Skyscanner / Iberia
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(Error Fare) Return Business class flight from Rome to Bogota (Colombia) £448 (Aug - Oct departures) @ Skyscanner / Iberia
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Error fare on flights from Rome to Bogota. Be very quick if you want to book! The flights are operated by Iberia and involve one stop in each direction in Madrid. I appreciate coro… Read more
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bestdeals22

Cant see any dates for thos price:/

cheaperbythe12

Damn... This is so tempting. Been to Colombia a few times and a fantastic country despite what many may think regarding cartel fears and farc.

Gollywood

Wasn't that set in the 80s (confused)

iEimis

Guess you have to take some risks in life. Realistically if the situation is still so bad in August then it will be everywhere else to

reindeer333

Never thought it would be case with the coronovirus situation! Glad you manage to book, at this price it is a steal :)

7 night last minute 4* Mexico holiday £315pp 2 adults & 2 children (£1262 total) 27 Feb 2020 to 5 Mar 2020 at Skyscanner
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7 night last minute 4* Mexico holiday £315pp 2 adults & 2 children (£1262 total) 27 Feb 2020 to 5 Mar 2020 at Skyscanner
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1 ROOM LEFT AT THIS PRICE!! Flights from lgw to Sjd Flights Here £190pp 2 Adults 2 Children £760 Total Hampton Inn and Suites By Hilton Los Cabos 4* Thu, 27 Feb 2020 to Thu, … Read more
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Kamraino

This is a really good deal. Have some heat OP.

waterloo

Nothing at this price i can see am i doing something wrong ?

fwog

Isn't that just like four adults sharing?

Return flights to Madeira (Portugal) from London Gatwick now £91 (Departing 04/11 - 7/11 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights to Madeira (Portugal) from London Gatwick now £91 (Departing 04/11 - 7/11 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights at £91 departing 4th November - 7th November from London Gatwick to Madeira with British Airways Flight costs include all taxes but excludes hold baggage. Example … Read more
tek-monkey

Almost booked for March at £55 but the flights went back up in the last few weeks ;(

mjk

Great price. And British Airways is one of those airlines with a generous hand baggage policy - 56 x 45 x 25cm on the size and a weight of 23kg. Not to mention an additional personal item too.

Last Minute Return flights to St. Lucia from London Gatwick now £299 (Departing 4/02 - 18/2 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Last Minute Return flights to St. Lucia from London Gatwick now £299 (Departing 4/02 - 18/2 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Direct return flights at £299 departing 4th Feb - 18th Feb from London Gatwick to St. Lucia Hewanorra with TUI. Flight costs include all taxes but excludes hold baggage. Example … Read more
jimbisquitt

I can recomend staying at Serenity, at coconut bay.

yozzman1234

I love Aruba . But it's not hugely popular compared to Barbados, St Lucia and Antigua so you can grab some decent offers. November to March is high season in the Caribbean. That's when hotels cost more . I prefer cruising the Caribbean as it's the best of both worlds . Seeing around 10 islands , and having different beaches each day and unreal food on the ship .

katecramb42bff

Not necessarily, few years ago I booked seperately to Aruba, was on the same TUI flight as the people at the hotel but saved a couple of hundred quid a person, just had to hop in a taxi from the airport rather than the Thomson transport.

yozzman1234

The problem with these cheap flights to the popular Caribbean destinations are that bog standard 2-3 star accommodation costs of fortune and then trying to book a top hotel like sandals or similar is astronomical. That's why it always works out better getting a package holiday to the Caribbean.

Return Swiss flight to Singapore (Departing LHR / Including 23kg checked luggage) £342 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Return Swiss flight to Singapore (Departing LHR / Including 23kg checked luggage) £342 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Good price for a return flight to Singapore with a good airline. Checked luggage is included in the price and there is one stop in each direction, typically in Zurich. Please refer… Read more
jsoap

Thanks for the tips and to FredH also. Now home after spending 2 nights in Singapore - understandably it was quiet. Personally I found Gardens by the Bay to be a bit of contrived expensive nonsense. However the Botanical gardens (free) and national orchid garden ($5) were beautiful. Accommodation is expensive, budget £75 for hotel or Airb&b - any less will be a hostel or a capsule, or a dump. Beer is expensive, especially round Clark quay ~£6 for a 330ml glass. Though if you head over to Boat quay many of the restaurants will offer for half that price. Food wise the hawker areas were a little disappointing compared to Thailand/Malaysia, but we found good choices in Chintaown. We did go to the Satay corner in Lau Pa Sat, but did not eat because of the aggressive touts. Metro was great, you can just use your contactless card to tap in/out and journeys were about £1.50. The Jewel mall at the airport was good, though again they had some silly paid attractions - and the (vertical) walking trails that they mention were just some steps between the levels. Good thing is that the basement houses a supermarket in and a decent food court. It's an amazing place due to the sheer amount of money that has been spent on glass and marble, and the greatest concentration of high end shops in one place. For us worth visiting once for a couple of days.

Speculator

If anyone has already booked their ticket, I would advise avoiding The Grand Hyatt. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7977753/Coronavirus-officials-hunt-spent-15-MINUTES-British-businessman.html https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7977725/Britains-coronavirus-victim-caught-deadly-virus-five-star-hotel-Singapore.html

paul_lorrio

Third person in UK to get corona caught in singapore

Shah.Zeb

This deal is dragging British people to Hell. If you love your life you’ll prefer staying home rather than visiting high risk oriental countries. Singapore is 2nd after China with 28 official Coronavirus cases, more to come as many Chinese tourists entered Singapore before they put a ban. In total 5 million Chinese moved out of Wuhan, Hubei before 23rd Jan lockdown. Infected all Provinces in China and took flights to start infecting rest of the world too. As of 6th Feb 28,000 cases and 564 deaths, doubling every 5 days. If Vaccination will be ready in about 3 months time then with current 5 days doubling rate, there will be about 147.85 million deaths. Spanish Flu killed 50 million people in 1918. I hope history won’t repeat itself 😔

Speculator

Coronavirus: Third UK patient 'caught coronavirus in Singapore'

Direct Return flights to Las Vegas from London Gatwick now £266pp (Departing 12/2 - 19/2 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Direct Return flights to Las Vegas from London Gatwick now £266pp (Departing 12/2 - 19/2 Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Direct return flights at £266 departing 12th Feb - 19th Feb from London Gatwick to Las Vegas with British Airways Flight costs include all taxes but excludes hold baggage. Exampl… Read more
FTOdude170

i've just booked to go to vegas for the NFL draft, paid £380 in April. this is a very good price, never seen it this low. Just dont forget to factor your resort tax into your stay budget (mine was $35 a night) as it can make a significant difference to your budget! try harrahs/ excalibur for a relatively budget hotel on the strip in a fairly decent location :-)

JCP11

We can't use this deal, this is bat country!

att_666

I booked it......£265. 82, the tax was 232,50, so BA gets 33.30ish.....It has to be so wrong that it is mostly tax, this is just not right. I have business to do, so it was convenient for me and I don`t like Vegas, it is crass.....Thankfully I shall be going to Moab the day after and not returning until the Tuesday for the Weds flight back, so two nights in hell ;)

FooFighter312

Love that photo! although i doubt Los Vegas is anything like Hunter S. Thompson depicted it anymore.

LOL_is_stupid

Heat for the photo

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Last Minute Direct Return flights to Mauritius from Gatwick now £395 (Departing 2nd Feb-10th Feb Inc. taxes exc. checked bag) at Skyscanner
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Last Minute Direct Return flights to Mauritius from Gatwick now £395 (Departing 2nd Feb-10th Feb Inc. taxes exc. checked bag) at Skyscanner
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Good priced last minute return flights at £395 departing 2nd Feb - 10th February from London Gatwick to Mauritius with TUI Flight costs include all taxes but excludes hold baggage… Read more
redpill

For approx 50 Quid more you can fly with British Airways

shareef

Whoosh!

cundall

not a bad deal, but not great imo as it's the wrong time of year, great destination - very cheap place for transport and food if you go with the locals, but it's full of high end resorts too...

dragonballz78

Reunion is an island nearby

bigdaveplym

Have lots of money, Croatia ain't cheap in the tourist area's.

Direct Return flights to Peru (Lima) from Gatwick now £392 (Departing 17th June - 26th June Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Direct Return flights to Peru (Lima) from Gatwick now £392 (Departing 17th June - 26th June Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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If you fancy doing something a bit different this summer Peru is an amazing place. It's not just Machu Piccu which is breathtaking but there's also amazing stuff in Cuzco, the Nasc… Read more
bigdaveplym

Isn't it winter in Peru in June ?

Xippi

I think you've just answered your own question about what there is to do in Peru

Xippi

Excellent price and fantastic place to visit.We went a few years ago and the place is so varied from Rain forest to Andes peaks ...it's a definite must do. I'd recommend a local tour company there by the name of Condor travel who can arrange everything for you (no connection , just passing on personal experience)

africanspeed

africanspeed

Is that not the place mentioned in the youtube documentary where farmers were basically doing the deed with donkeys?

13-23RD April : London Gatwick- Orlando (2A&2C) £1013.08
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13-23RD April : London Gatwick- Orlando (2A&2C) £1013.08
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**amend to description as seemed to have peeved off a few people by using "EASTER HOLIDAY" ** Flying out on 13th April from Gatwick and returning from Orlando (MCO) on 23rd April,… Read more
andyleeds20

Would love to pay.the fine to take kids out of school just another slight problem the wife is a teacher 😪😪😪😪

Mary_Mary

I work in a primary school. They can't fine you until a child has 10 unauthorised absent registration periods (2 periods counts as 1 day). Sick days and medical appointments are not included within this and unauthorised is where the head has either rejected a request or a parent/ guardian has failed to explain an absence within a reasonable timeframe. Also, you are correct, it is per child and per session missed. Like you said, the school use their discretion as to how quickly they bring in the fines and I am sure schools with lower attendance figures will look to do it sooner. Also, from experience, if a child has a good attendance record and they miss a day or two when younger, schools are generally accepting on a one off however if their attendance is not great then it is likely they will reject and list as unauthorised. I personally have seen a letter where a parent wrote they were taking their child away and parts of the holiday would be educational, plus in addition they offered to cover any missed work / homework there so it was approved for a few days. As others have said, accepting a fine still works out cheaper than going during term time for some people.

Azwipe

Wrong, the fine (or more correctly Tax) is per unauthorised absence, per child, per parent. Doesn't matter if the absence is one day or one month. Of course schools have a little discretion but not much, you certainly won't avoid it by saying a holiday is educational. The real purpose of the charge is to raise revenue that is why they don't care as long as you pay the money on time.

rimalpatel007

Can you pay the fine so we can enjoy this holiday? XD

maxmax

Its cheaper to pay the school fine than book on school holidays :|

Direct TUI flight to San Jose Cabo (Mexico) £269 (Departing London Gatwick) @ Skyscanner / TUI
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Direct TUI flight to San Jose Cabo (Mexico) £269 (Departing London Gatwick) @ Skyscanner / TUI
£269
Nice price if you fancy a last minute trip to Mexico. The price only includes hand luggage, checked luggage = £70p/p. Food and drink are included on the flight. To book simply clic… Read more
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woldranger

I need to check if there are potentially issues fun flying into Mexico on a one way ticket. I'd be heading over for 3 months give or take and hand no idea where I'd want to fly out from.

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deleted2430337

Same for me...

confusedx

Cabo San Lucas is around 21c-23c this time of year

lollypoplee

Why would you need to spend £5k (flirt) Its Poole not Abu Dhabi !

Direct return flight to Reykjavik from London Luton £39 (April departures) @ Skyscanner / Wizz Air
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Direct return flight to Reykjavik from London Luton £39 (April departures) @ Skyscanner / Wizz Air
£39
Good price if you are looking to visit Reykjavik. Example dates are provided below, although there are more departures available for slightly more earlier in April. The price only … Read more
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Mr_Gus

Must check this out & drop in on my icelandic mates. thanks OP.

africanspeed

You forgot the women too..

rodman

Wizzair don't do Manchester at all. he is happy Ryanair customer.

chrissatchell

Wizz don't fly to Iceland from Manchester?

preecey

Another Iceland deal so hello everyone, it's me again XD Nothing wrong with WizzAir. Used them when I went there back in November. Seriously though: Pay for Wizz Priority. Just do it. You don't really board any quicker than anyone else BUT the hand baggage allowance is much more lenient. You get to carry on a much larger and heavier bag. If you're staying for any longer than 2 days you NEED Wizz Priority.

Direct return flight to Chicago from London Heathrow (Mar, May & Sept - Nov departures) £239 @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct return flight to Chicago from London Heathrow (Mar, May & Sept - Nov departures) £239 @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Good price for a return flight to Chicago with United. Only hand luggage is included in the price, checked luggage is £70p/p more, although this price varies depending on when you … Read more
husain_kola

When does the discount code expire?

williamh1

Great city but don't drink the tap water as the infrastructure largely comprises lead piping.

ureds

Great price and a great city to visit.

Direct return flight to New York from London Heathrow £259 (12th - 19th August) @ Skyscanner / Travel Trolley
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Direct return flight to New York from London Heathrow £259 (12th - 19th August) @ Skyscanner / Travel Trolley
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Very good price for a mid-August departure (y) The flight is operated by United and only hand luggage is included in the price. Checked luggage is an additional £70p/p although i… Read more
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Zlatan9

I've got until tomorrow to reschedule or cancel for a refund for our August trip.Don't know what to do (confused)

MarkT1967

Any recommendations on hotels or somewhere to stay, my brother and I might pop over. Nothing too expensive but preferably without cockroaches as well. (y)

sdaspland

THank you

Dareos

yes for 2 reasons 1. My mate works for them 2. They are not taking money from you, they are simply searching the airlines and booking services for the cheapest deal, then directing you to their website. Think of them as a travel agent. They collect commission from the redirects that result in bookings afaik. I use them regularly, my only gripe is that they can be a tad slow updating on the flight route i usually use.

Zlatan9

Great deal.Booked.Thanks op (y)

Birmingham to Tokyo Return Flights (KLM or Air France) £383 via Skyscanner
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Birmingham to Tokyo Return Flights (KLM or Air France) £383 via Skyscanner
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There are a number of return flights from Birmingham to Tokyo for Jan/Feb/Jun/Nov/Dec for £383 for KLM or Air France, the flights are booked directly at the airline. Sample dates b… Read more
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Alan12112

I've been to Japan many times, I simply made a mistake on which airport this was going to. As I've since said.....

mochibun

Really want to go to Tokyo Disney with the kids, but restricted by school holidays. Looking for dates around then as cheap as possible, but good deal for those who are flexible

MrMonkey

Airbnb is fine, but it is also worth checking hotel comparison sites as there are plenty of well priced hotels and hostels in Japan.

Amzadventure

Japan in the rain is absolutely incredible... Dont be shy people!

MidnightCharizard

Thinking of staying in an AirBnB would anyone else recommend? We’re thinking it might end up being cheaper and gives us the chance to buy our own food if we rent a flat and can possibly save money. We’re flying from Birmingham. I haven’t been abroad in 17 years. Can’t wait!...

Return flights to Angola from Manchester now £291 (Departing 4th Feb - 18th Feb Inc. taxes inc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights to Angola from Manchester now £291 (Departing 4th Feb - 18th Feb Inc. taxes inc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights at £291 departing 4th February - 18th February from Manchester to Luanda in Angola with one stop in Brussels with Brussels Airways Flight costs include all taxes an… Read more
sandstone1

I meant they say it's still not changed.

c_1st

The thief shown and interviewed (i.e. telling blatant lies on screen) tonight is just the latest one to be exposed within a partially hidden-in-plain-sight global network of corrupt and greedy billionaires who think theft and the secondary creaming-off-the-top by all those around them is the same as legitimate work. Strange you made no mention of the huge billion-Euro fees charged for 20 years to the entities run by that rogue daughter of the ex-president of Angola by English auditing company Price Waterhouse Coopers? Legitimising and laundering stolen billions is what the UK specialise in - that's why she laundered the money through London property, and got her other proceeds of crime "checked" by PWC. PWC auditors, the same rogue UK consultant auditors who are behind so many of the financial "collapses" here in Britain (i.e. poorer tax payers bailing out billionaire bankers) quickly tried to distance themselves tonight, now the African whistleblowers published the document trail leading back to them. After PWC's pockets have already been lined with blood-money whilst poor Angolans starve . Instead of keeping away, it might be more helpful to spend those pounds back in the local areas in Angola it was stolen from. Unlikely anyone would boycott local UK tourism because of all the money stolen by billionaires exposed by the Panama Papers over here.

mutley67

Just watched Panorama about the corruption and extreme poverty there, with the privileged few making billions while others are forced out their homes to make way for lucrative developments. Don't give them the business!

deleted466416

Pretty sure I provided them with some soldiers once. The eggs were, of course extra. :)

horsey

Who the hell wants to go to Angola? It's right after Somalia on my list of "what on earth are you thinking?" places to visit The only people who go there are naive Buzzfeed reading millennial women, wanting to prove that everyone is wrong about different cultures, and then they come home in a body bag if they are lucky

Return flights to Florida Keys from London Heathrow now £270 (Departing 18th Mar - 25th Mar) Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights to Florida Keys from London Heathrow now £270 (Departing 18th Mar - 25th Mar) Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Skyscanner
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Return flights at £270 departing 18th March - 25th March from London Heathrow to Key West International (Florida) with one stop in Miami with British Airways Flight costs include … Read more
nahblud

Yeah right when?

mad_design_man

Only £99 from Manchester

Jizzmeister

Bargain. I agree that the drive down the keys is quite pleasant and the hotels are expensive.

nahblud

While it's a cheap flight to the keys, the minimum price for a hostel forget a hotel is £60 per night, Miami hotels are cheaper if you decide to reside there.

exel1966

Part of the fun in going to the Keys is the drive down from MIA visiting the various keys. Just as much to see as there is when you get there ;) A good price though if you want to miss out and fly down. Accommodation prices in KW range from high to sky high, even for basic hotels and it's still Spring Break for some in the US meaning over inflated prices and thousands of rowdy students so depending on your age/lifestyle this may or may not be a good time to go.

Direct BA return flight to Seattle or Philadelphia £245 (Departing LHR / March & May departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct BA return flight to Seattle or Philadelphia £245 (Departing LHR / March & May departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Good price if you are looking to visit one of these two cities with there being several departure dates being available in both March and May. The price is based on hand luggage on… Read more
Alistair_Shand

What is ?

mad_design_man

Only £99 from Manchester

asters

Some great prices around just now both BA and Virgin. A few days ago I booked Heathrow to Washington direct mid Oct then return from Miami to Heathrow direct mid Nov with Virgin(on Expedia) for £340pp incl 23kg luggage and seat choice, same flights on Virgin were £445pp

Derek_Fortescue_Shatwell

So it will be piece-ing it down (embarrassed)

deleted2430337

No interest in the other 2 cities... and I've got friends there ;-)

Direct Air New Zealand return flight from London to Los Angeles £303 (August departures / Including checked baggage) @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Direct Air New Zealand return flight from London to Los Angeles £303 (August departures / Including checked baggage) @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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This is a fantastic price for early-mid August departures with an excellent airline, especially as checked baggage is included too. ** If your dates (examples are given below) a… Read more
KeyboardKitten

Sad Air New Zealand wont be doing this route :( one of my favourite airlines. I booked through travelup for Japan and they said they’re doing refunds in bulks even though I had already requested a refund before lockdown etc started.

oobie38

Some spare time at home so thought I'd revisit this- Air New Zealand have announced they won't be flying this route again, so wondering what will happen with refunds/credits now. In theory a refund will be available- all flights to/from US are refundable by virtue of US legislation, hopefully Travelup will pass the refund on. Wouldn't mind the money back sooner rather than later, but it's sunk funds, and looks like we won't be going anywhere else this year at least, hope nobody desperately needs a refund. Glad I didn't get around to finalising accommodation/car etc.

OnPoint

Because under 12 they don't pay Air passenger duty ;) We will be getting a car :D A couple of days in Disney, a couple doing LA sights then a few beach days :)

NICKYOUNG

This still worked by the way, not sure why expired. Try 8th-15th aug. Thanks op

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3 nights in Hotel Orgryte, Gothenburg, Sweden 01/03/20 Hotel and flights - Breakfast included - £96pp (Based on 2 sharing) £192 @ Skyscanner
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3 nights in Hotel Orgryte, Gothenburg, Sweden 01/03/20 Hotel and flights - Breakfast included - £96pp (Based on 2 sharing) £192 @ Skyscanner
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Sample Western Sweden with this 3 night city break. Gothenburg mixes modern and old and is home to Scandanavia's most popular tourist attraction - Liseberg - again somewhere which … Read more
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wolvesinwales

That's another £300 then.

callmeleroy

Cheeky

simmobb2

Don't forget to budget for £10.00 per pint beer! ;)

finknottle

Agree, I’d just add that if you think you might only be going to Gothenberg once then Liseberg is not to be missed, especially if you have children. And if you do go, splash out for the Åkpass which gives you unlimited goes on all the rides - unless your bones aren’t up to being rattled non-stop and you just want to do fewer rides, eat hot dogs, wander through the gardens, which is also nice. It’s a lovely atmosphere, especially in the evenings.Otherwise the Åkpass is economical and really gives you the freedom to enjoy the experience. Not sure what’s happening with the works, they may well still be holding concerts while the rides are out of order

iBird90

I've checked the Liseberg website and says they are closed over these dates, mind you the website says they are closed every day in 2020 despite having what appears to be music events scheduled for some dates. When I was in Gothenburg last year the park was closed and they were doing lots of construction, so if travelling with the specific intention of visiting Liseberg then I'd call them to check they are open as the website suggests they are not. Anyway beyond the whole Liseberg thing I'd really recommend visiting Gothenburg, I thoroughly enjoyed it lots to see and the public transport is cheap/very easy to use to get around

Return Etihad flight from Manchester to Singapore £391 (Mar - June & Nov departures / Including Checked Baggage) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Return Etihad flight from Manchester to Singapore £391 (Mar - June & Nov departures / Including Checked Baggage) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Good price for a Manchester departure. The flights involve one short stop (typically < 3 hours) in Abu Dhabi in each direction. 23kg checked baggage, food and drink onboard and … Read more
Savaholic

Same (y) (cheeky)

Daveg1999

I've flown Etihd a few times and they are a very good airline. The airport in Abu Dhabi I can live without.

DeeDeeYoker

Fantastic price. Wish I didn’t have a baby. (shock)

janlim

Fantastic price. Wish they have it from 23/7/20 to 2/9/20. So can take my 5 years old with me.

AKNews

Fantastic price. Wish Singapore was closer. :-).