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Flash Sale - 300 seats at £300 San Francisco Return Flight from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines (May 18 dates)
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24 hour Flash Sale at Thomas Cook for flights to San Francisco 300 seats available for just under £300 return flying from Manchester - May 18 dates available. Also some end of Ma… Read more
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MIDURIX8 h, 13 m ago

When are you going in June? Are you expecting to go through Yosemite east …When are you going in June? Are you expecting to go through Yosemite east to west via highway 120? The following link may be helpful because the pass didn't open last year until 26th June due to snow.https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/tiogaopen.htmI'm going to go from SF to Vegas in late May, do the Grand Circle and then on the way back, drive through death valley and hopefully the pass is open. Going by the link you can tell by April if it will be open due to snowpack %.


Mid June.
I am hoping the pass will be open as its a long detour if not. I left it a tad late to book accomodation inside yosemite & big trees lodge was all that was available without staying in a tent!

Great deal this is, was looking at May half term for the 4 of us. Kids are only 7 and 3 so a bit young but definitely a great reference point. I went to San Fran back in 2005 and wow the accommodation hasn't got any cheaper! Lol!

I flew with them end of Sep last year, to SFO, return from LAX, cost was £369 inc bags, and we upgrade to Prem on the return for an extra £129 (that was prebooked before we went out)....
In all fairness, flight was good, will use again, and the downstairs toilets give u a bit of leg stretch space......
Cant fault these flights as long as the cost fits!

herbertsimpson17 m ago

Alcatraz, brilliant. If you go, don't even think of giving this a miss.Oh, …Alcatraz, brilliant. If you go, don't even think of giving this a miss.Oh, White water rafting too. Yeahhhhhhhhhhh.


Just make sure you book well in advance, you will not get tickets while you are there, almost impossible.

Alcatraz, brilliant. If you go, don't even think of giving this a miss.
Oh, White water rafting too. Yeahhhhhhhhhhh.
Last-minute flights to Cape Verde from 3 Airports - £116 @ Thomas Cook
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Thomas Cook Airlines has seats to Sal, Cape Verde, from Birmingham, London Gatwick and Manchester from £116, return, saving up to 23% on competitor fares. Prices include a 23kg che… Read more

TheOak1st Dec

My wedding is on 9th December so I'm very tempted with 6th-13th


Are you saying it's great because you can escape the wedding and escape to another country for awhile

Ace of Spades7 - youre so full of yourself - you don't have to be right, dictators believe they are right and everyone else is wrong .. other peoples opinions & views have as much validity as yours -
Before you criticise other peoples/countries about rubbish, look at the fly tippers in your own home town - look to the single use plastic you so readily use and dispose of, only for it to wash up in another country around a coastline (sound familiar does it?) or in the digestive system of another animal -
As to Santa Maria after dark - 5 nights out of 7 we were there ... never had a single bit of trouble, never saw much trouble either.
We had a great time, happily go back tomorrow -

I do feel sorry for you - you must have had a traumatic experience. Your two posts so far are just so full of bitterness. I just hope when you grow up you will become less 'little Britain' and accept that other countries and cultures will have different peoples & races & living conditions than you've experienced so far and not to judge the whole world by your own blinkered standards...

Now the only reply I want from you is one in which you clearly explain which part of the world that you've visited that you were happy with and the reasons ... but I won't hold my breath

Hi I'm not one to comment on another persons opinion. However, charming beauty, you must have missed the 6hr tour of the complete island . No wonder the Portuguiese pulled out. The plastic pollution around their coast line is to say the least is beyond belief. They might be in poverty however TRY to clean up their garbage. One of the top attractions of our tour was a tour around the slum immigrant camps. The place that had a few trees but also ABSOLUTE POVETY. Our super guide asked if we could take what we could from the hotel restaurant to give to the children. Last point, Santa Maria being lovely Main town. You don't want to be there after sun down. Can I suggest to the last commenter ,you must have stayed in your hotel and beside a pool, next visit get out you'll see a different Cape Verd

Right ... we went to Sal last year ... flying Thomas cook on a del return similar to this ... Santa Maria is a lovely little town but yes there is not much there! This adds to the charming beauty ...
i have chrons which makes me vulnerable to the old Delhi belly .... and I never ailed once the whole week we were there ...ate out most nights food was good to excellent. The locals are by our standards 'poor' but they are very friendly and welcoming we had. Great time and now I see these flight deals we may just go again ... these flights are for nothing really ... oh and it's fixed price taxi from the Ieper to wherever you're going ...
good spot OP and I can recommend ... yes it's windy but it will be very very warm so well worth this price .... shame it's not on in Feb as well ... was looking at Sal for then too!

DoNOTPayRetail58 m ago

Sorry if I'm being dumb, but are you wanting these dates to avoid your …Sorry if I'm being dumb, but are you wanting these dates to avoid your wedding?Also Heat added.


That was the intended joke, yes
Thomas Cook Flash Sale - From Manchester To Los Angeles from £300 Return @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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While I was looking for another deal on AirNZ to LA , I've just come across this! 24 hour Flash sale to Los Angeles coming soon. From 12pm (midday) on 23rd November until 12pm… Read more

yeah...booked flights missed out on the £99 return portion so cost us £200 more but still cheap for Oct direct flights thanks

daastle5 h, 49 m ago

Props for this comment! What about an AirBnb? Would it lower prices like …Props for this comment! What about an AirBnb? Would it lower prices like it does if you book em in Europe?


Air BnB is significantly cheaper. Wish we'd of booked through them this year. In most cases you avoid hefty 'resort Fees' which hotels arbitrarily add to your booking, which is not included in booking price, neither is tax. This can add a significant chunk to your outlay

Phila47 m ago

Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments …Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments I made on a recent deal last month to California with Thomson;Been to California twice - 2012 and a month ago. Both times flying into SFO. You'll pay close to £100 per night throughout much of California for a reasonable but very BASIC room. If you want anything a bit nicer, count on £150+ and something nicer still £200+. In the cities or the more rural areas the prices are even more expensive. In San Francisco itself you'll pay £150+ for a reasonable (but still very basic) room. Expect to pay £250 minimum per night for a decent/nice room in a decent area.It has got VERY expensive in the US generally, compared to what it used to be like. Been to Florida 9 times, California twice, Vegas, Miami and Washington/Virginia since 2001, and compared to our earlier trips, things are very pricey. Examples: When we were there a month ago (September 2017), here are some prices of things we saw in Walmart (cheap supermarket - you won't generally get cheaper than Walmart);Average loaf of bread - $3.50 (£2.80)Gallon of milk (3.5lts - US Gallon) - $3+ (£2.50+)Tub of Ice cream - $5 (£4 - for what we'd pay £2 or less for).Box of 4 chocolate/blueberry muffins (the same type you'd get here in Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda etc.) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)Family bag of crisps (one big bag) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)Carton of Orange juice - $4+ (£3.20+)Fruit - Really expensive - they grow it locally FFS!Small bag of chocolate M&Ms - $5 (£4 - we'd pay about £1.50 for same size bag)I could go on - check the prices of stuff online at Walmart or Target and you'll see how ridiculously expensive it has got. The worse thing was a platter of fresh fruit I saw. It was a domed platter about 12" across and about 8" high - freshly prepared fruit such as pineapple, orange, melon, grapefruit etc. Yes it looked very nice, but $20!! Jeepers, that's £16!!! We'd probably pay £5 or so for something like that here. AND THEY GROW ALL OF THOSE FRUITS IN CALIFORNIA!!! Don't forget that all these prices are NOT including sales tax at 12%!!Eating out in restaurants? Look to pay $40 (£32) each for a reasonable 3 course meal in a run of the mill restaurant. A nicer restaurant - make that $60 each (£48). Plus tip of course of 20%. We got a KFC family bucket plus some other sides for $35 (£28) - you'd pay less than £20 here for the same. Burgers (McDonalds/Burgerking) - about the same as you'd pay here.Fizzy drinks - a little more than you'd pay here for a bottle in a shop (like a 2 litre bottle of coke would cost you £2 to $2.50 - about £1.60 to £2), but a little bit cheaper than here in a petrol station/burger bar. Alcohol - in bars/restaurants, a bit more than here but not massively more. Alcohol in shops - spirits probably 20-30% cheaper than here. Remember though, all of these prices need to be increased by 12% for sales tax.The car hire was almost £600 for a mid size saloon for 2 weeks. Even a small economy car was almost £400 for 2 weeks. (Hertz/Alamo - both about the same), although we didn't book it until just a few days before so that probably drove up the price.Seriously, almost everything is expensive in California (it was the same in Washington/Virginia in June this year). Some things were cheaper, such as cigarettes (about $4.50 upwards - about £3.60+) and petrol was around $3 (£2.40) per US gallon (3.5 litres instead of our 4.5 litres to a gallon) so it actually works out to be about 70p a litre - compared to our £1.15 here.The US generally has got very expensive. If you're a smoker, you'll pay £12 to £15 per packet of cigarettes in New York! They actually have a major smuggling problem with people trafficking cigarettes from other nearby states (such as Virginia) by the truckload - they cost about $4 per pack in Virginia. Easy money for those that do this and almost impossible to stop.And this time in California we came across far too many rude and arrogant yanks - no idea why but we experienced some incredibly rude hotel and shop staff! The one thing that came up almost every time we spoke to a yank was.........................................Trump! Everybody we spoke to hated him - they often began hyperventilating even talking about him (I suppose it should be expected as it's a heavily 'liberal' democratic state), with one elderly woman, who up until the point she brought him up, was so lovely and sweet - as soon as we got onto Trump, she was spitting feathers and eventually refused to talk about him any more and then walked away! Now WE didn't bring him up, they did - they wanted to know what a foreigner thought about him. The ONLY person that actually liked Trump was a copper at the Golden Gate bridge - I'm sure that tells you something. Anyway, California is a great place to visit, with amazing scenery (this time we travelled almost 3,000 miles in 11 days) BUT it is very expensive and the people do seem to have an attitude.EditPhila423rd OctBig Sur is sadly not open to visit at the moment. The pacific highway has suffered two pretty devastating landslide/rock falls in the last year meaning it has been closed for a significant length of the road. One bridge was totally destroyed and whilst they are trying to build a new one, it is not certain the road will EVER reopen. You can only drive so far before you have to turn round and go back. We tried to do this trek again a month ago and were pretty miffed. Although we went as far as we could, we had to turn back and all in all we travelled around 200 miles to get to the part closed, turn round and then take the main motorway down to pick up the road on the other side of the closure. I'm not sure how much of the highway 1 is closed but I think it's somewhere between 20 and 50 miles.On this deal though, if the price is correct then it's a great deal. If you're prepared to spend a lot of money when there then go for it - California is great. I would however check out the seat pitch - we travelled upper class (wife works for an airline so a perk!) so it was nice (but still pretty tedious), but travelling for 11 hours in a small seat - no way would I personally do it!



Thankfully I’m lucky, stay away two nights per week with work so have enough IHG (Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza owners) points to fund a week of stays !

Will get saving the pennies for everything else though..

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Phila42 m ago

Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments …Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments I made on a recent deal last month to California with Thomson;Been to California twice - 2012 and a month ago. Both times flying into SFO. You'll pay close to £100 per night throughout much of California for a reasonable but very BASIC room. If you want anything a bit nicer, count on £150+ and something nicer still £200+. In the cities or the more rural areas the prices are even more expensive. In San Francisco itself you'll pay £150+ for a reasonable (but still very basic) room. Expect to pay £250 minimum per night for a decent/nice room in a decent area.It has got VERY expensive in the US generally, compared to what it used to be like. Been to Florida 9 times, California twice, Vegas, Miami and Washington/Virginia since 2001, and compared to our earlier trips, things are very pricey. Examples: When we were there a month ago (September 2017), here are some prices of things we saw in Walmart (cheap supermarket - you won't generally get cheaper than Walmart);Average loaf of bread - $3.50 (£2.80)Gallon of milk (3.5lts - US Gallon) - $3+ (£2.50+)Tub of Ice cream - $5 (£4 - for what we'd pay £2 or less for).Box of 4 chocolate/blueberry muffins (the same type you'd get here in Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda etc.) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)Family bag of crisps (one big bag) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)Carton of Orange juice - $4+ (£3.20+)Fruit - Really expensive - they grow it locally FFS!Small bag of chocolate M&Ms - $5 (£4 - we'd pay about £1.50 for same size bag)I could go on - check the prices of stuff online at Walmart or Target and you'll see how ridiculously expensive it has got. The worse thing was a platter of fresh fruit I saw. It was a domed platter about 12" across and about 8" high - freshly prepared fruit such as pineapple, orange, melon, grapefruit etc. Yes it looked very nice, but $20!! Jeepers, that's £16!!! We'd probably pay £5 or so for something like that here. AND THEY GROW ALL OF THOSE FRUITS IN CALIFORNIA!!! Don't forget that all these prices are NOT including sales tax at 12%!!Eating out in restaurants? Look to pay $40 (£32) each for a reasonable 3 course meal in a run of the mill restaurant. A nicer restaurant - make that $60 each (£48). Plus tip of course of 20%. We got a KFC family bucket plus some other sides for $35 (£28) - you'd pay less than £20 here for the same. Burgers (McDonalds/Burgerking) - about the same as you'd pay here.Fizzy drinks - a little more than you'd pay here for a bottle in a shop (like a 2 litre bottle of coke would cost you £2 to $2.50 - about £1.60 to £2), but a little bit cheaper than here in a petrol station/burger bar. Alcohol - in bars/restaurants, a bit more than here but not massively more. Alcohol in shops - spirits probably 20-30% cheaper than here. Remember though, all of these prices need to be increased by 12% for sales tax.The car hire was almost £600 for a mid size saloon for 2 weeks. Even a small economy car was almost £400 for 2 weeks. (Hertz/Alamo - both about the same), although we didn't book it until just a few days before so that probably drove up the price.Seriously, almost everything is expensive in California (it was the same in Washington/Virginia in June this year). Some things were cheaper, such as cigarettes (about $4.50 upwards - about £3.60+) and petrol was around $3 (£2.40) per US gallon (3.5 litres instead of our 4.5 litres to a gallon) so it actually works out to be about 70p a litre - compared to our £1.15 here.The US generally has got very expensive. If you're a smoker, you'll pay £12 to £15 per packet of cigarettes in New York! They actually have a major smuggling problem with people trafficking cigarettes from other nearby states (such as Virginia) by the truckload - they cost about $4 per pack in Virginia. Easy money for those that do this and almost impossible to stop.And this time in California we came across far too many rude and arrogant yanks - no idea why but we experienced some incredibly rude hotel and shop staff! The one thing that came up almost every time we spoke to a yank was.........................................Trump! Everybody we spoke to hated him - they often began hyperventilating even talking about him (I suppose it should be expected as it's a heavily 'liberal' democratic state), with one elderly woman, who up until the point she brought him up, was so lovely and sweet - as soon as we got onto Trump, she was spitting feathers and eventually refused to talk about him any more and then walked away! Now WE didn't bring him up, they did - they wanted to know what a foreigner thought about him. The ONLY person that actually liked Trump was a copper at the Golden Gate bridge - I'm sure that tells you something. Anyway, California is a great place to visit, with amazing scenery (this time we travelled almost 3,000 miles in 11 days) BUT it is very expensive and the people do seem to have an attitude.EditPhila423rd OctBig Sur is sadly not open to visit at the moment. The pacific highway has suffered two pretty devastating landslide/rock falls in the last year meaning it has been closed for a significant length of the road. One bridge was totally destroyed and whilst they are trying to build a new one, it is not certain the road will EVER reopen. You can only drive so far before you have to turn round and go back. We tried to do this trek again a month ago and were pretty miffed. Although we went as far as we could, we had to turn back and all in all we travelled around 200 miles to get to the part closed, turn round and then take the main motorway down to pick up the road on the other side of the closure. I'm not sure how much of the highway 1 is closed but I think it's somewhere between 20 and 50 miles.On this deal though, if the price is correct then it's a great deal. If you're prepared to spend a lot of money when there then go for it - California is great. I would however check out the seat pitch - we travelled upper class (wife works for an airline so a perk!) so it was nice (but still pretty tedious), but travelling for 11 hours in a small seat - no way would I personally do it!


Props for this comment! What about an AirBnb? Would it lower prices like it does if you book em in Europe?

Good price but be prepared to spend a lot of money! Here's some comments I made on a recent deal last month to California with Thomson;

Been to California twice - 2012 and a month ago. Both times flying into SFO. You'll pay close to £100 per night throughout much of California for a reasonable but very BASIC room. If you want anything a bit nicer, count on £150+ and something nicer still £200+. In the cities or the more rural areas the prices are even more expensive. In San Francisco itself you'll pay £150+ for a reasonable (but still very basic) room. Expect to pay £250 minimum per night for a decent/nice room in a decent area.

It has got VERY expensive in the US generally, compared to what it used to be like. Been to Florida 9 times, California twice, Vegas, Miami and Washington/Virginia since 2001, and compared to our earlier trips, things are very pricey.

Examples: When we were there a month ago (September 2017), here are some prices of things we saw in Walmart (cheap supermarket - you won't generally get cheaper than Walmart);

Average loaf of bread - $3.50 (£2.80)
Gallon of milk (3.5lts - US Gallon) - $3+ (£2.50+)
Tub of Ice cream - $5 (£4 - for what we'd pay £2 or less for).
Box of 4 chocolate/blueberry muffins (the same type you'd get here in Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda etc.) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)
Family bag of crisps (one big bag) - $4 to $5 (£3.20 to £4)
Carton of Orange juice - $4+ (£3.20+)
Fruit - Really expensive - they grow it locally FFS!
Small bag of chocolate M&Ms - $5 (£4 - we'd pay about £1.50 for same size bag)

I could go on - check the prices of stuff online at Walmart or Target and you'll see how ridiculously expensive it has got. The worse thing was a platter of fresh fruit I saw. It was a domed platter about 12" across and about 8" high - freshly prepared fruit such as pineapple, orange, melon, grapefruit etc. Yes it looked very nice, but $20!! Jeepers, that's £16!!! We'd probably pay £5 or so for something like that here. AND THEY GROW ALL OF THOSE FRUITS IN CALIFORNIA!!! Don't forget that all these prices are NOT including sales tax at 12%!!

Eating out in restaurants? Look to pay $40 (£32) each for a reasonable 3 course meal in a run of the mill restaurant. A nicer restaurant - make that $60 each (£48). Plus tip of course of 20%. We got a KFC family bucket plus some other sides for $35 (£28) - you'd pay less than £20 here for the same. Burgers (McDonalds/Burgerking) - about the same as you'd pay here.

Fizzy drinks - a little more than you'd pay here for a bottle in a shop (like a 2 litre bottle of coke would cost you £2 to $2.50 - about £1.60 to £2), but a little bit cheaper than here in a petrol station/burger bar.

Alcohol - in bars/restaurants, a bit more than here but not massively more. Alcohol in shops - spirits probably 20-30% cheaper than here. Remember though, all of these prices need to be increased by 12% for sales tax.

The car hire was almost £600 for a mid size saloon for 2 weeks. Even a small economy car was almost £400 for 2 weeks. (Hertz/Alamo - both about the same), although we didn't book it until just a few days before so that probably drove up the price.

Seriously, almost everything is expensive in California (it was the same in Washington/Virginia in June this year). Some things were cheaper, such as cigarettes (about $4.50 upwards - about £3.60+) and petrol was around $3 (£2.40) per US gallon (3.5 litres instead of our 4.5 litres to a gallon) so it actually works out to be about 70p a litre - compared to our £1.15 here.

The US generally has got very expensive. If you're a smoker, you'll pay £12 to £15 per packet of cigarettes in New York! They actually have a major smuggling problem with people trafficking cigarettes from other nearby states (such as Virginia) by the truckload - they cost about $4 per pack in Virginia. Easy money for those that do this and almost impossible to stop.

And this time in California we came across far too many rude and arrogant yanks - no idea why but we experienced some incredibly rude hotel and shop staff! The one thing that came up almost every time we spoke to a yank was.........................................Trump! Everybody we spoke to hated him - they often began hyperventilating even talking about him (I suppose it should be expected as it's a heavily 'liberal' democratic state), with one elderly woman, who up until the point she brought him up, was so lovely and sweet - as soon as we got onto Trump, she was spitting feathers and eventually refused to talk about him any more and then walked away! Now WE didn't bring him up, they did - they wanted to know what a foreigner thought about him. The ONLY person that actually liked Trump was a copper at the Golden Gate bridge - I'm sure that tells you something.

Anyway, California is a great place to visit, with amazing scenery (this time we travelled almost 3,000 miles in 11 days) BUT it is very expensive and the people do seem to have an attitude.EditPhila423rd Oct

Big Sur is sadly not open to visit at the moment. The pacific highway has suffered two pretty devastating landslide/rock falls in the last year meaning it has been closed for a significant length of the road. One bridge was totally destroyed and whilst they are trying to build a new one, it is not certain the road will EVER reopen. You can only drive so far before you have to turn round and go back. We tried to do this trek again a month ago and were pretty miffed. Although we went as far as we could, we had to turn back and all in all we travelled around 200 miles to get to the part closed, turn round and then take the main motorway down to pick up the road on the other side of the closure. I'm not sure how much of the highway 1 is closed but I think it's somewhere between 20 and 50 miles.

On this deal though, if the price is correct then it's a great deal. If you're prepared to spend a lot of money when there then go for it - California is great. I would however check out the seat pitch - we travelled upper class (wife works for an airline so a perk!) so it was nice (but still pretty tedious), but travelling for 11 hours in a small seat - no way would I personally do it!
Thomas Cook Flash Sale - From Glasgow / Manchester - Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) from £300 Return PLUS Cancun from £330 Return! @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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sopski1 h, 27 m ago

Isn't that correct? 149 one way is 300?


Punta Cana is £229 one way and your title says it’s £300 return. Cancun is £179 one way so £358 return

Use these to Mexico and Vegas. Should’ve learned my lesson the first time but the price was too tempting! Awful airline for long haul. Hard plastic seats. Every 5 mins on the tannoy announcing what they’re selling next, what you can buy for arrival/departure, what you can buy for back home. Drinks... like you don’t need them on long haul... get your wallets out it’ll cost a lot for a family! Yes it’s a deal if you don’t mind a budget type flight but sorry it’s not for me.

PeterGammage3 h, 18 m ago

Op, sale has started, however the prices are ONE WAY so your deal details …Op, sale has started, however the prices are ONE WAY so your deal details needs updated.[Image]


Isn't that correct? 149 one way is 300?

Op, sale has started, however the prices are ONE WAY so your deal details needs updated.
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They will be really grateful you turned up to help clear the mess left by the recent hurricane...And you never know there might even be some edible food for you to eat.....
Flash Sale - 300 seats at £300 San Francisco Return Flight from Manchester @ Thomas Cook Airlines (May 18 dates)
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24 hour Flash Sale at Thomas Cook for flights to San Francisco 300 seats available for just under £300 return flying from Manchester - May 18 dates available This could be yo… Read more
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ally14117 h, 58 m ago

Cheap flights are great but hotels are expensive with all good review 3 …Cheap flights are great but hotels are expensive with all good review 3 star hotels well over £100 a night


We used airbnb in the summer, good variation on prices....

weskerstars8 h, 29 m ago

Booked for 2 ad 2 ch £1030. Need a good deal on a RV for 10 days now!!


We used Outdoorsy in the summer for a tour of the west coast...outdoorsy.com/ we were also considering using rvshare.com/

Booked 5th June to 26th June 2 adults and 1 child £821 for all 3 of us. Ridiculous price!

San Fran looks pricy but just do a few nights there and drive LA, Anaheim, Vegas and the national parks. Dream trip for a snip

Cheap flights are great but hotels are expensive with all good review 3 star hotels well over £100 a night

Booked for 2 ad 2 ch £1030. Need a good deal on a RV for 10 days now!!
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - London Gatwick to Cape Town Direct Return Flights -  £399.99 - Jan 18 dates
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Thomas Cook have gone live with a flash sale for direct return flights to Cape Town which works out at £399.99 return based on Jan 18 dates, flying out of Gatwick. Looks a good p… Read more
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Spent most of this year living in Johannesburg.

It doesn't feel dangerous but you'd be daft to be wandering around after dark.

There were enough regular hijackings and murders to keep any thoughts about being daft to a minimum. Still drove around town without and trouble.

Cameron19834 h, 0 m ago

Well, we just did 2 weeks in S.A. driving the Garden Route from Cape Town …Well, we just did 2 weeks in S.A. driving the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Whilst not doing anything stupid, we certainly didn't hole ourselves up in the B&Bs after dark. I can't say I found SA any more dangerous feeling than any other big city I've been to in the UK. Cape Town itself is actually a really nice town with a classy waterfront. Oh, and you can get a really good 300g fillet steak across SA for £10!


Well, that's really great and I'm envious, but I take the advice I've had very seriously from someone who has lived there for over 30 years. SA always had a bit of a 'third world edge' to it but the dangers have escalated enormously over the last few years. I guess it's a case of you don't see it until it happens to you?

Uns8 h, 15 m ago

I'm hoping this is a joke....?


I doubt it, I certainly wouldn't walk around many parts of London after dark!

Besford8 h, 47 m ago

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has …I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.


"Becoming" lol

I'll see you all there...

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Return flights to Las Vegas from just £349.99 / Cancun from £399.98 including Luggage and In Flight Meals at Thomas Cook
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If you're after some winter sun then these are worth a look! The flihts include luggage and meals and you have until 31st August to book them. Travel Dates Las Vegas: Flying… Read more
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Shatwell23rd Aug

I wish everyone would pronounce it "Loss Vegas" and not "Lass Vegas".



Haha I thought Loss Vegas was the American way to pronounce it. Why don't they spell it like Los Vegas then? Like Los Angeles? Turns our its all Spanish and so are quite a few places around there.


These flights seem good. They are direct and gets you there quicker. For me it is a much better option that have a connecting flight somewhere else on a different airline's economy seats.

rickj23rd Aug

Hell of a long way on a Thomas cook plane .used them for Florida but …Hell of a long way on a Thomas cook plane .used them for Florida but didn't get the pre paid seats we booked .If needs must and price right then book


I'd agree with that assessment. The seats were horrific and the nickle and diming for everything was annoying. Once you add in food, entertainment, seat selection and baggage, it's really not far off a mainstream carrier. I've heard a few good things about Thomson however

We have flown Orlando with TC last October and have to say the flight was great. Had no issues at all, pretty much the same as Virgin flight.

My daughter flew to Cuba and said it was the worst experience of her life thomas cook 😩

I wish everyone would pronounce it "Loss Vegas" and not "Lass Vegas".
Miami RETURN  Flights from £329.98pp  September / October @ Thomascook (£659.96 for 2)
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anyone go for this bargain?

thegreatboyce4 h, 31 m ago

– June 1st through November 31 is Hurricane season....


Yep - that'll include September and October then.....

pcygan7 h, 25 m ago

Great prices - but just be aware that these dates are within the period …Great prices - but just be aware that these dates are within the period referred to as 'hurricane season' in Miami. While you're unlikely to experience an actual hurricane, expect some pretty heavy rain at times......



– June 1st through November 31 is Hurricane season....

Great prices - but just be aware that these dates are within the period referred to as 'hurricane season' in Miami. While you're unlikely to experience an actual hurricane, expect some pretty heavy rain at times......
Thomas Cook Flash Sale - Los Angeles - 300 seats at £300 RETURN! via Manchester (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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schnide1 h, 45 m ago

I just came back from Yosemite - didn't see anything at all about …I just came back from Yosemite - didn't see anything at all about landslides and certainly wasn't diverted by any, if that helps.


The landslides reference in my reply to Bojangles was related to the Big Sur landslides that he mentioned, not Yosemite.

schnide1 h, 29 m ago

You can get the fries animal style? I only knew about the burger!


Off menu item. At least it was for me a few years back after a friend tipped me off. They're amazing!

Yep - hackthemenu.com/in-…-3/
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There's a nice "nod" to the In & Out logo off the M6 at Wednesbury, just before Ikea. Sadly, it's a car repair place, not one of the greatest burger franchises on the planet.
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mb118 h, 46 m ago

Heat just for mentioning In & Out Burger. ANIMAL FRIES!!


You can get the fries animal style? I only knew about the burger!

Robbo115 h, 31 m ago

Will be staying at Yosemite Valley Lodge in the park for the very reason …Will be staying at Yosemite Valley Lodge in the park for the very reason you mention. Hoping the landslides will be cleared by the time we go in September next year.




I just came back from Yosemite - didn't see anything at all about landslides and certainly wasn't diverted by any, if that helps.

Not a bad deal, a saving of £100-£150 depending on who you usually fly with.

Best to land and leave immediately though!
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**Flash Sale** RETURN Flights from Manchester to Boston for £250 @ Thomas Cook **300 seats aval**
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Chiptivo3rd Aug

Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA …Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA then Vegas and loved it (thanks viagogo)..


Off here in 3 weeks. Managed to get Virgin flights direct for £375 when they launched the route last year. 10 nights in Hyannis, NY and Boston. 5 of us with car hire whilst in Hyannis £875 flights, car and hotel.
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Chiptivo5 h, 37 m ago

Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA …Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA then Vegas and loved it (thanks viagogo)..



Hiya
Tell me more plz! I just booked flights end of Sep to San Fran from MAN.... Will do a 3 night drive through Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes, Death Valley and then Vegas for 3 nights

Did u fly with Thomas Cook ? and if so, did u pay the £22 seat choice fee, or could u pick your own seats free when doing the 24hr online check-in ?? As its 2 of us going, we want the 2 seaters on either side of plane.......

Chiptivo2 h, 55 m ago

Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA …Earlier this year I flew into San Fran, travelled through Yosemite, LA then Vegas and loved it (thanks viagogo).. I had to come home sadly but would have loved to carry on East.. So no sort of road trips from Boston worth doing?



September/October is arguably the best time of year to do road trips from Boston New England is so lovely, and it looks it's best as the leaves are changing for the autumn. I'd probably say it's best if you google Fall foliage New England road trips as there are plenty of recommended routes and you'll find one that suits. A couple of years back we did a great road trip and saw a lot of different places in a lot of states (Massachusetts/Rhode Island/Connecticut/New York state/New Hampshire/Vermont and Maine all in two weeks!) but some people choose to do less..

Down the east coast there are plenty of places to visit. I went to Providence, Pawtucket (home of family guy), ocean city, Atlantic city, Washington, Philly, New York.

I didn't think much of New York. The other places were amazing and they love the English. The Boston nightlife is great, a bit like Manchester. Huge science Museum in Boston too which will take a whole day exploring. Definitely hire a car, super easy to drive round and everything on that route is around a 2 hour drive from each other.
Thomas Cook Flash Sale - San Francisco - 300 seats at £300 RETURN! via Manchester (24 Hours only!) @ Thomas Cook Airlines
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yosemitebug.com is the accommodation I was talking about. Should have linked originally.

shug119

Depending on if you plan right, we had no problem.


Sure, I made it work but it was a pain and it wasn't good. For example, the BART timetable in the evening is a total joke. And that's really the only option to get to/from the city.

In the same way that if you plan to only travel weekends you could say that southern run a good public rail transport service.

Anyway, I am grateful they have something out there. It made my trip a lot more interesting.

I was too late for this as didn't see the deal till now How do people get to see these deals early? By the time I get my Hotukdeals email it's almost over. Tried signing up for Thomas Cook emails but it won't work...

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Love SF. Accommodation isn't cheap because it is a popular destination that isn't that large but I wouldn't call it "expensive". Decent hostels are 50, hotels 150.
£50 off flights to Barbabos now from £399 return with 20kg luggage and meals included @ Thomas Cook
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Flown last two years to Barbados on Thomas cook from Manchester
First year it it was brilliant a newly refurbed plane and food soft drinks and ice cream handed out regularly, entertainment very good lots of choice, last year was on an older plane and it appeared service had been cut back

note from Manchester they only do one direct flight to Barbados weekly the other 3or 4 flights go to st lucia, Antigua or Tobago unload passengers (and pickup passengers) and then another hour to Barbados, all flights home are direct from Barbados .
with this in mind you can easily do two holidays in one getting a liat airlines flight onto Barbados (add 55-120 US dollars per person) I'd recommend Antigua (over St Lucia)

price wise i de I was looking a few weeks ago for January18 prices where £380-420 so with £50 off I'm tempted just need a babysitter
ps. Thomson appeared to pull the Manchester flights last year.
Pps only TCook offer low prices on singles, I noticed virgin charge pretty much a return price for one way single ticket, hence choosing TC
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Jul 2017

ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.



My mum used TC to fly longhaul from Gatwick to Cape Town (12 hours flight).

It was quite no-frills, so the films were old, you have to pay for headphones and pay for drinks but those were pretty much the only downsides. Oh, and the seats didn't have those head rest wing thingys so if you're in the middle seat you've got nowhere to put your head, so avoid a middle seat if possible.

The plane was fairly new, the legroom was good, the food was fine, the seats comfortable enough, staff friendly and generally good.

Not as luxurious as BA or Virgin but the price difference was huge (£400 with TC and £900 with BA!).

Having said that, BA & Virgin aren't what they used to be and are becoming increasingly no-frills so the difference is becoming slimmer.
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Go with Thomson nicer aircraft and staff. Their planes always breaking down.

ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.



Depends where you're flying from. A few years ago, Thomas Cook had a habit of flying the Newcastle flight back to Manchester and bussing everyone back to Newcastle - as long as you were back in the Toon within 4 hours of expected Newcastle arrival they could get away with it. For that reason I would never fly with them. Thomson (especially Dreamliner) are much better in my opinion.

ThugBasher

Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long … Never traveled with Thomas Cook would anyone recommend them for this long haul flight? Always traveled with virgin and had no problem.Just looking at prices for January an i would be saving over a grand with Thomas Cook over Virgin.I travel back to Barbados a few times a year so I know what to expect when travelling there.


ThugBasher - Used them for Florida last year and California this year - absolutely fine. You pay for alcohol, but that's fair enough given the price.

Good staff. Good planes, plenty of leg room (I'm 6'2) and no hassle at all.
RETURN Flights to Greece and Cyprus - Corfu from £53.98pp @ Thomas Cook (also discounts for Rhodes / Mykonos)
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ionuttd

Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a … Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation


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ionuttd

Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a … Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation


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Been looking for cheap flights to Rhodes for ages..can anyone recommend a site where to find some cheap accommodation

craigrathbone

Would you buy a meal on a 3hr flight?


LOLZ!... X)

craigrathbone

Would you buy a meal on a 3hr flight?



Get a boots meal deal.
Easter Belfast Las Vegas Direct Premium return flights @ Thomas Cook (£759.98)
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Normally to get to Vegas from Northern Ireland your options are drive to Dublin, fly to New York and then fly to Vegas - takes about 20 hours. Thomas cook are doing 1 direct retur… Read more

sew109

I have been to Las Vegas over 40 times at the beginning I soon reaslised … I have been to Las Vegas over 40 times at the beginning I soon reaslised that it wa far better to arrive internally there is not enough immigration officers and getting a cab could be a nightmare so switched to fly via LAX or SFO no longer, cheaper and flights not full of stag and hen parties



Surely your journey including an internal connection is longer than waiting in an immigration line for an hour? Though Ive not seen it bad in Vegas for quite a while

Re the taxis - with Uber and Lyft your taxi is waiting for you as you walk out, no lines or queue.

Finally if you turn left when you board you dont get the hens and stags ;-)

Great deal voted hot, but I will never go through the custom checks in America ever again. Was in Miami in December and after such a long flight the queues were monstrous when we got to America. Luckily for me direct flights from Dublin start in Sept which is when I'm heading back!

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Chivas.Regal

Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same … Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!




Unfortunately in Northern Ireland we get ripped off when it comes to holidays - flights are always much more expensive than Manchester /Gatwick etc
I wasn't having a go - a few people have pointed it this route can be done cheaper but my point is the hassle isn't worth the saving for a lot of people and this is the cheapest for direct. I'm booked - can't wait.

Sorry. I was just pointing out how stupid it is that the exact same flight from Heathrow works out cheaper if you have another flight from Dublin first!
I've done the Thomas Cook Manchester to Vegas in the Premium seats and was very impressed. Infact we're doing the same in July! Service was very good!

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sonypc100

Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving … Ive done pre clearance in Shannon before for JFK and its great arriving into JFK as a domestic passenger. However most flights into Vegas are domestic from other States so you have to be unlucky and stuck behind a few international flights to get the hours of queues you talk about. If there are no queues when you land and your are first off the aircraft as you are at the front in the premium cabin you can be out in 20 mins.



That's an excellent point sonypc100, thanks.
USA FLASH SALE - **Now Live**- RETURN FLIGHTS✈️ to Miami £299.99 /  Boston £289.99 / San Francisco £359.99 / Los Angeles £359.99 / Las Vegas £399.99 @ Thomas Cook
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Got 2 x return flights to SF in September for £349.98 each.
Cheers. Heat added.
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Maybe it's just me but I cannot select London in the 'from' field. Might be because I'm on a mobile phone but it's odd.

Can anyone comment on the seat size and legroom in economy on these flights?
How does it compare with say BA? Virgin?
I am tall and wide and don't fit easily into a small economy seat.
Is it worth upgrading to Premium Economy?

rossybearr

A visa? You are joking right? Lolol



Nope, I wish I was. I've worked in many places around the world, such as Chad, Liberia, Nigeria, Congo, Iraq plus others. Because of this I've got to attend the, the consulate in London.

PeskyEscley

Did exactly the same! Then cried at the prices of hotels in San … Did exactly the same! Then cried at the prices of hotels in San Francisco... We've booked extra flights to Las Vegas for 2 days whilst we are there, and it's only worked out about $20 dollars more in total compare to 2 nights in San Francisco!



NorCal is generally a pretty expensive part of the USA. I worked in the East Bay area for a couple of years and at the time, it was easily 50% more expensive than say Florida. I honestly think SF is over-rated. Had the worst Chinese food I've ever eaten, in Chinatown. I lived in Hong Kong for 6 years, so I'm very familiar with decent Chinese food!

The West (or Left) coast is a very beautiful part of the country. Much more open minded, than many parts, to say the least
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they've now got a new flight time over 24 hours after the initial flight and no hotels given, sleeping in the airport.

good luck to everyone that booked this, my dad did and on the way out he was delayed by 3 hours for problems with the plane, now coming back he was due to fly at 9.30 last night but then it was delayed and now it's cancelled. Thomas cook have said because it's a new destination for them they don't have any hotel partners or food partners and so they can't help anyone, so everyone has been sleeping on the floor in the airport with no food.... not good

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.

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.

it says the offer has ended but I just booked 30th May to 13th June.... £249.98 return
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How often do TC run these flash sales? If there is a regular pattern to it, anyway.

couragenh

​Traveling around EU for British passport holder is like travelling b … ​Traveling around EU for British passport holder is like travelling between States in America because of EU law and Schengen agreement. Out of interest, where they questioned under Trump or under Obama?



Neither.. It was under Bush!

Wonder if there going to do the San Francisco deal again I missed out last time As for Thomas Cook used them quite a lot and never ever experienced any problems

seaniboy

Got a Norwegian email yesterday, think its 15% off for Paddys Day



Can you possibly link this or do you need an E-Mail?

Brilliant Deal.. Off to see my Brother in May.. Thanks for the Post
Manchester to San Francisco and or LA £399 rtn direct with Thomas Cook
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Lots of return flight combinations direct from Manchester E.g. Outbound 7th sept Return 14th sept. I've booked manc to San Fran and returning from LA and got the same deal.
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Its a shame. A really great deal, but Trump's muslim ban would probably mean I'm going to be held at the airport for 7 days.

ShopCom123

I'd have been on this like a rat up a drainpipe a few years ago, except … I'd have been on this like a rat up a drainpipe a few years ago, except now we have two kids and then wow it's not cheap What was it she said, let's have a kid, lets have another...............no seriously I wouldn't change it for the world but wow I'd love it to just be the two of us jetting off whenever we wanted to wherever we wanted without having to worry about term times, fines, etc.



Yerrrrp!

lynn44

Thomson's Have many flight's for Florida for £250 @ 14 nights or 15 nts … Thomson's Have many flight's for Florida for £250 @ 14 nights or 15 nts Manchester £240 and lovely Dreamliner too



True but there is very little flexibility with the Thomson deals unlike this one and you have to add on baggage charges with them too right? This is a good price for a long flight. I flew to Cape Town and was pretty impressed

whizzkid1

check skyscanner and you'll see £399 isn't an incredible bargain . That's … check skyscanner and you'll see £399 isn't an incredible bargain . That's all i'm saying


Have been doing for 2 months

Booked it when it was £299 return last november , Flying to LA in May
Flights to Orlando now from £370 - Thomas Cook - LGW to MCO
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I've been looking at flights to orlando in April for the past 2 months and the prices are ridiculous! Having looked over hukd for deals over the past 5 yrs they always seem to come down in price in January, they have hardly budged this year! Cross fingers they come down in the next few weeks or I won't be going

qwerta369

The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is … The price for the flights is reasonable, but it's not the flights that is costly in Orlando. The cost of the parks, Disney etc, is literally obscene. I don't know how they get away with charging that kind of money. Actually, I do know, they charge that much because people clearly are willing to pay that much.Obviously, if you're not interested in the parks, this doesn't apply.



Yes Disney is overpriced but dont think Universal and Buch gardens are overpriced
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MichaelHarper

​well that was relevant...


Yes, commenting on one of the main things to do in Orlando, on a deal for flights to Orlando, is indeed a tad relevant.

mocmocamoc

Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 … Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.



You are quite right, the new economy seats that got put in a couple of years ago are very good for knee room. But, particularly if you are a 6'er the Premium seats have lots of width and more legroom than you'll ever need. Apart from that, you get the free drinks, priority checkin and boarding and premium video. Personally, I'd just book the PE seats for the way home when you are needing the sleep. As you say, each to his own.
Just be aware, the Air Tanker (in TC colours and crewed by TC) does not have the same fitment (no premium) on this flight. The website clearly indicates when operated by Air Tanker and the flights are sometimes a bit cheaper. A lot cheaper on a JFK flight that I booked last week.

Cheers, just checked the 27 May and it's the same price! Our kids get 2 weeks off then so a great price for school hols, too bad I cannot afford it, going in 2019

airbus330

Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more … Add £100 (50 each flight) for Premium Economy seats. Free drinks, more room. Bargain.



I'm not seeing it but each to their own. The cheapo seats on these flights are actually the nicest I've ever had on an economy flight. Drinks are not extortionate to buy and I think we paid an extra £5 for the kids to get more TV.
East mids - Tenerife from £40 return @ Thomas Cook
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Few seats left at £40 then it jumps up to £50 28th Jan - 5th Feb Click on 'lowest fare finder' button

mousey

Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say … Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!


Thanks

elan

Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?


Sunwing is really good in Adeje and Aqualand is great for young kids say up to 10 then thereafter Siam Park which is excellent!

Would any of suggest good hotels or resorts for a family with Kids?

Also with Ryanair 10kg hand luggage and a small bag 35x20x20mm

29th Jan to 4th Feb £29.98pp with Ryanair