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Harveys 2 days 15% off vip event in both Bristol stores.
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Early heads up for Harveys store in both Brislington and Cribbs causeway. 15% off ticket price for 2 days only Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th April 2018. Don't miss out get yours… Read more
abi10

I wouldn't buy from them either. My friend bought a sofa off them and delivered it 4month late despite ordering 2months before expected delivery. After a lot of arguing they offered them £30 - even the delivery cost more than this! Put me off buying from them!

sexgod

never buy from Harveys I got a corner sofa and it's been a year and I am still waiting for repairs...worst company I have ever dealt with

thearbiter65

Great deal that has been happening every 2 days since 1996.

sillyoldbear

I'm holding out for a dfs sale

Manchester / LGW / Birmingham  to Orlando Return Flight £229 @ Tui
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Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Number of last minute cut price return flights to Orlando with Tui - dates are over the next few weeks Choice of flying from Manchester - London Gatwick - Birmingham Plane is a… Read more
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abigsmurf

I got a premium upgrade with 'extra legroom' on a transatlantic flight back when they were First Choice. We got stuck in front of a wall. As you can't put your foot underneath a sheer wall the practical result was that you basically had less room to stretch your legs than with regular seats. Our upgrade didn't cost us anything (staff benefit) so we didn't really have a moan but the people next to us had paid a fair bit and weren't happy. Not convinced they've improved things since they were taken over.

defgimp

MAN to SFB, 28th April to 8th may, £229 pp if you can make those dates work for ya? there’s also premium club seats at £195

Phila4

Just a tip. Car hire is always a risky business - will I get ripped off for damage already there on the car before I drive it away? It's not so much of a problem in the US as elsewhere, like Spain, Italy etc, but to be on the safe side I'd recommend you do a walk around the car with a member of staff noting any existing damage (they're supposed to do this but never do) and/or do a walk round taking a video of all 4 sides and top of the car, focusing in on any areas of damage, scratches, nicks, dings etc., making sure you are seen doing it. Same thing when you return it. A few minutes start and finish of your holiday could well save you a headache and lots of cash later on down the line. There's also insurance you can take out here before you go to cover any damage excess and the like. Can't remember what it's called but it will be around £20-£25 and will replace/compliment the insurance you get out there. Again, not so much a problem in the US, but car hire staff always try to scare you or put a massive charge on your credit card to cover damage trying to force you to take out their additional, but expensive, further cover instead. Some may even say that your UK cover is irrelevant and won't cover you so you MUST take out their additional cover. Bunkum - just ignore them as you don't have to. Cracking deal - and I'm only 2 miles from Gatwick! But wife works for an airline so gets 12 free flights a year luckily!

defgimp

There seems to be (or was as I was looking) premium club seats on the 21st and 25th, didn’t look at any others, only 3 on each though. £217 on the 21st which is even better value :)

defgimp

Search and select the flight you’re interested in, on the next page after you’ve selected it, it lists all available upgrades and options. things like extra leg room seats, exit seats, baggage and ‘if there’s any available’ the premium upgrade seats. when you’ve looked at a couple you’ll get the idea, the premium cabin is small so there’s not always availability and if there’s 4 or more of you it can start to get expensive, but Florida’s never really been a “cheap” holiday :)

From Bristol: Flights & 2 nights in a Yacht in Venice Inc Breakfast 24-26 April £92.49pp @ Booking.com & RyanAir
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Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
I know Venice deals can be had cheaper, particularly if you stay in Mestre or Lido and share a bathroom but this is none of those things and looks lovely You'll stay on the Yacht … Read more
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HOTPOT

This is the problem with Bristol, it is our closest 'big' airport, but we have had enough, we are travelling twice as far & booking B&B to Bournemouth airport, not perfect, but a lot better than Bristol, but then again anything is better than Bristol airport.

jessicascissorhands

Lol, beats travelling to London for me!

HOTPOT

Bristol. I have never known a worst airport than Bristol. Everything about it is extremely bad, from the rudest staff, to the quarter mile walk with luggage up & down stairs, to get to & from the planes, & don't start me on the location, terrible roads to get to it.

mstuey

Does that really matter? I mean it's like a 2hr flight or so, not really the end of the world!

deleted1836930

I tried to send a complaint to Ryanair today through their official website page but I was getting an email saying it cannot be delivered. Went on Ryanair chat and I was told to try using "incognito mode" with Chrome browser that did work. WTF?

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Forbidden Planet Bristol - Funko Pop Sale £1.99
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LocalLocalFound 8th AprFound 8th Apr
If you go to the very back of the store they have a table containing various Funko Pops, approximately 40, reduced to just £1.99. Sign stated that they were damaged stock but upon … Read more
24cm Stainless Steel Casserole dish - £3 from £11 - Wilkinsons Broadmead Bristol
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Didn't really need one but hey at £3 it will get used at some stage. There was approximately 20 in the Broadmead Bristol store when I left, this might be national - they are on th… Read more
xx007xx

Obviously in this case it was for you, but some people get annoyed at seeing the same things posted over and over within a few days. I've never posted a deal as I always search to see if it's been posted before and it always has.

Blazwura

Well obviously. But then the logic is correct that posting it again is a good thing?

xx007xx

You would if you used the search box!

Blazwura

I didn't see it both times and I search on here daily :/

lmarilyn16

Managed to get the last one in Wilko Wigan

National Express Offers - London to Birmingham from £1.50 / Leeds to London from £2.90 / Bristol to Cardiff from £3 & more
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Quite a few bargains now on offer at National Express Save more this year with National ExpressSpent too much over the festive period? We know how that feels. That's why we're of… Read more
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robertoegg

what a way to make a living

Besford

You should write a book about it.....................................................................oh, you have! ;)

dewonderful

This deal is just hanging around like a bad smell...

BFCsider

Use a Santander debit or credit card to pay and receive 10% cashback. Offer needs to be redeemed via your account online or in app. Available for 1 purchase until 3rd March.

RadioGuy

Basically its a London where you don't have to deal with the Londoners :P

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Fire and Fury By Michael Wolff £10 at WH Smith Cribbs Causeway Bristol
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Not sure if this offer is nationwide but I have seen it in the Mall Cribbs Causeway branch. Lower price than Amazon or Waterstones!
havoc73

A worthy reply of the "educated".

sparklehedgehog

I still find it laughable that in a democratic society a country can vote their leader in and we all mock the leader. They chose him through their own democratic process. It’s nothing to do with us. Their choice, their problem if it goes tits up because of it. They’re all the same but different. All in it for self gain, not the masses. They just have slightly different ways of doing the same thing. Nobody in power looks at the long game purely because they’re in power for short durations. They’re all looking for quick fixes hence most countries debt. They get in, borrow to spend so they look like they’re doing something, get found out then changed. We all just go round and round in circles

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solar26

This ^^^^^

solar26

Coffee....maybe you should wake up and smell it too.

Family of 4 Feb half term to cyprus from bristol 1 week holiday £108.28 pp @ Holiday Pirates
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Never seem to get any good local airport deals- found this on holiday pirates: Club St George Resort in Paphos, Cyprus Hotel Price:£37.69 pp Dates:Mon 19 Feb '18 - Mon 26 … Read more
bargainbrummie

This isn't half term week

flamethrower

Half term in Bristol ends on the 19th 8)

Burgmeister

Yeah, good deal if your kids' school actually has its half term during these dates (ours doesn't)

futura

In most parts of the country, half term week is the week before this

mmurdoch

Nice find and Cyprus is great but just not warm enough in Feb

Bristol City pen - just £1.50
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Found 21st Dec 2017Found 21st Dec 2017
Don't think of it as a pen. Think of it as a Christmas present for the Man Utd fan(s) in your family, then it becomes a bargain! http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42435312
jonesinamillion

is this rhyming slang?

M_z

Dude. its just a bit of fun. :D

vulcanproject

Dude, it's the League Cup. Bristol City already beat Watford, Stoke and Palace of the Premier League. But nobody cared until Manchester United turned up and it looked like they sleepwalked around that game last night, they were so uninterested like the other Premier League sides.

caseyeverett

17 years

caseyeverett

Support both ??? But how

From Bristol: Nov/Dec 7 Nights in Portugal just £72.60pp (£145.20 for 2) @ Alpharooms
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Found 21st Oct 2017Found 21st Oct 2017
This is a great value break to Portugal for 7 nights, working out at just £72.60pp, including flights, apartment and transfers. Flights are from Bristol with Ryanair. The apartm… Read more
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mmurdoch

Stayed in Vilanova with 10 lads on a stag weekend. Not really a place for family's if im honest and really basic. Spot on tho for strip and i wicked little coffee shop across rd

MEGAONE

My flights were cancelledyy Our flights were also cancelled with RA and we got new flight with EasyJet paid for by RA and £160 RA vouchers towards next flight.I think your friends need to contact RA customer services.

Bestard

But the costs were covered or recoverable right?

patrick_000

I just wouldn’t want to risk having my flights cancelled at the last moment by Ryanair due to their pilot shortage. Happened to some friends recently leaving Portugal and it cost them a fortune to arrange flights on another airline.

traceykins

Fantastic x

Sony A6000 digital camera Body Silver @ Bristol Cameras £389 + cashback £100 = £289
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Found 18th Aug 2017Found 18th Aug 2017
Following on from earlier deal @£449 before cashback, this is either cheaper than Park Cameras at £389 before cashback. Black colour now out of stock. Sony pay cashback from this r… Read more
brilly

everyone who took advantage of this deal should have been able to - was ages ago

macIII

Anyone managed to claim £100 yet ?

pheyshunt1

Yeah thanks

Agharta

I think Sony doubled the cashback hence the confusion: https://www.sony.co.uk/cashback/summer-cashback

pheyshunt1

I did check them? Cash back details are as follows a new Sony Alpha A6000 (body or lens kit) - £50 cash back

Panasonic FZ1000 Digital Camera - (£509 with cashback) @ Bristol Cameras
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Superzoom compact with 4K video recording 16x Optical Zoom with 25mm ultra-wide angle Focal length: 25-400mm in 35mm terms 5-axis Hybrid O.I.S system 1-inch 20.1 MP high… Read more
Spod

Looks like the Wex offer has changed now. I don't see the card+tripod offer any more. :-(

shivrajrk

Thanks for posting the wex offer ! indeed it looks like a great camera for hobbyist people like me!

Spod

Don't know why this went so cold. It's a good deal on a large sensor bridge camera with very good Leica long zoom lens. 4K video is pretty decent as well. One of the best bridge cameras around. An alternative has since come up at Wex - pay £10 more and get a tripod and SD card thrown in: http://www.wexphotographic.com/panasonic-lumix-dmc-fz1000-digital-camera-1555221/

hp laptop 5th gen i3, 1TB HDD, 6GB RAM reduced to 114.50 in Tesco (Bristol)
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Found 4th Aug 2017Found 4th Aug 2017
This is another good deal I found today in Tesco Bradley Stoke Bristol. Sorry, I didn't have time to post this any earlier. Tesco Bradley Stoke Bristol appear to be clearing a few… Read more
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jus4fun141

Front of aisles

alan2simms

Just for my information where in store are these deals displayed? Is ot in the electrical se tion itself or front of aisles? I have found Hdd's etc.. in random places

JustX

1214 heat for one or two laptops in one store? Utter madness. This is a great example why the vote button should not be on the main page, and should only available at the end of the comments.

alan2simms

Ignore the bitter haters OP ,these kind of deals have benifitted many users ,like the previous hard drive deals , its unbelivable how people are jealous of other peoples good fortune. You posted the store and where you are like others said there are many users of HUKD in bristol .

aldino

What a pointless 'deal'. Store specific stuff should simply not be posted. OP should also be banned. Cold.

Rose gold (plus more colours) photo frames £1.25 instore at Asda (cribbs bristol)
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Several different sizes/types/colourphoto frames from 50p shelf price was reduced to £3.75 but scanned at £1.25 found at cribbs bristol
puppydog16

Plenty in Romford branch different sorts I bought an A4 size black one for 63p

kezmay

Heat I found glitter ones in Blackpool Asda last night £1 each from £4

stacylou

Terminator 2 in 3D £6.60/ £4.95 for Students, Teens and Seniors @ Odeon Bristol
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Seen the post earlier and noticed Odeon Bristol is also showing this at a much cheaper price of £6.60 (4.95 with NUS Extra) if you are a teen, student or senior. Adult price is £7 … Read more
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jasee

Cinema prices are crazy! Wait for the film to come out in Bluray or 4K. You'll have a permanent copy, which you'll be able to watch as often as you want. Plus extra documentation etc. Your view won't be obscured. You won't have to sit next to smelly people and/or their talkative kids. You won't have to pay stupid prices for popcorn or drinks. You won't have to sit through 15 minutes or more of ads. You won't have to sit through 15 minutes or more of previews. Probably, the picture will actually be better. You can turn the volume down! You can sit in the best seat in the house,

AndyRoyd

Thread title amendment noted. Should be a good screening.

meditatedmonk83

Teens not kids.

AndyRoyd

Seems strange that Odeon would incentivise kids to watch a 15-rated release http://www.bbfc.co.uk/releases/terminator-2-judgment-day-2

Lavazza a modo mio coffee machine and milk frother £35 @ Asda Filton Abbey Wood Bristol
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This is the cheapest of the lavazza pod coffee machines but with milk frother included which is a bit rarer I've found; just had my first coffee and it's easy to use and at least c… Read more
Egoist

Fabulous machine. Replaced my tassimo

deanos

No it's same machine

leminik8

It's extremely frothy!! Quick, and makes enough froth for two cappuccinos or one latte. You can also put chocolate powder in with your milk and use the 'non frothy' attachment for hot chocolate on the fly

squeakybot

whats the milk frothef like...

leminik8

I think that was for the machine only but I've never seen them in B&M either; been looking a while!

Indoor retractable 4 line dryer b&m cribbs Bristol for £4.99
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As per Title seemed very good deal a fiver for a 4 line retractable dryer. Have one in my bathroom and they are brilliant for the winter months. Paid £12 for mine so this is good .… Read more
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Ryanair Flight Sale - Luton to Murcia £21.99 one way, Bristol to Ibiza £21.99 one way, Edinburgh to Brussels £16.99 one way, loads more with departures in Sept / Oct
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Just spotted this and there seems to be LOADS of flights in Sept / Oct for just £21.99 one way. Departures from Belfast too, for you Norn Ironers! Way too many to list, but you… Read more
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Mentos

Well lets look at an example (taking what the person says at face value, but I've heard similar complaints from others): http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-flights-middle-seats-assigned-passengers-pay-reserve-changed-seating-policy-a7750581.html I guess we could run the permutations to get the probability, but I'd be surprised if the seating plan ended up with the only allocatable middle seats (i,e. those not in free rows) 24 rows apart. If you think about the methodology you believe they use: 1) 3 paying pax take up a row and have no impact, other then pushing free rows apart. (Anything above 3 and you consider them a 3 plus a separate fragment, i.e. 5 = 3 pax plus 2 pax). 2) 2 paying pax take up a row and leave either a window or aisle free (presume they would want to sit together). 3) 1 paying pax picks a window/aisle and leaves an allocatable "won't pay seat" So if you don't pay you're first going to be allocated the seats generated by (3). The seats generated by (2) won't be allocated until all middle seats have been allocated. But that then means they risk running out of completely free rows for late bookers who are prepared to pay (do they move people retrospectively?, haven't heard anyone suggest they do). The important factor to consider appears to be the ratio of group (3) to non paying Pax and how full the flight is. If its 50/50 and a very full flight then you're more likely to be separated. But there'd have to be many non paying single Pax having been allocated seats before a non paying couple to force people so far apart. To me it seems like a very unique and unlikely set of circumstances which would yield the results people are complaining about. In most instances IMO with an unadulterated allocation policy they would be sitting in adjacent rows (albeit in middle seats) allowing easy seat swapping. Additionally holding back seats generated by (2) makes little sense unless you have a lot of paying single PAX, as generally a single PAX will pick an empty row where possible, so those seats only become desirable once empty rows or rows with only one other PAX are filled. Again this suggests to me the policy is deliberately set up to separate people rather then increase revenue by holding back desirable seats only. I presume the people complaining can see the seat map (so Ryan Air can sell them a seat)? If so perhaps someone will be able to confirm if there was a nearer "won't pay seat" available.

Mentos

Why shouldn't people complain, how else would they influence a company's behaviour. And many of us disagree that their seating policy is transparent, you feel its innocent, we feel they are deliberately separating people (by several rows) unless they pay. Moreover, i'm not sure why you feel the only choice consumers have is to take their business elsewhere. It's perfectly valid to also call out bad practice or behaviour you feel is unacceptable. Some may have limited options. I live near LHR so BA gets a lot of my business by virtue of my geographic location. If I lived near LTN the dominant operator at that airport (used to Ryan Air, but think it may be Easy Jet now?) would likely get my business. Moreover, say you need to fly to BTS for example, you're short of options. The cheese analogy is erroneous and trivialises peoples quite fair complaints, as even if you only have one shop near you, it's very likely you will have many other options rather then cheese. If you're local shop only sold cheese and you had a two hour round trip to the next shop I think you may well be less laissez faire. And this brings me back to my main point. People accept such behaviour in the case of Ryan Air, infact they defend it telling others to stop complaining and go elsewhere, but i'm certain they wouldn't like it if everyone followed suit. There's trying to up sell and then there's being unnecessarily punitive and quite simply insulting peoples intelligence in the process. The whole payment method surcharge was a very clear point in case. It was an unreasonable and deceitful (as they tried to claim it was due to processing charges) attempt to force an up sell. I recall people defending that by telling people to take their business elsewhere, but i'm certain those same people would be up in arms if every business they used had started doing the same. Imagine doing your cheese free shop and finding there was a £10 charge unless you used timbuktu banks debit card. And when enough people obtained that card, your local changed it to Antarctic Banks Visa.....

Master.G

That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.

Mentos

I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.

Master.G

I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.

Nintendo switch £279 instore @ Gamescene (Bristol)
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Nintendo switch in Gamescene Bristol !
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Scottc123

Also available; bananas at Tescos, grab 'em whilst you can.

ST3123

Cold rrp = no deal. If its not discounted it isn't a deal....

Discotech

Don't forget HotUKPreorderAlerts too NotatallhotUKNintendosStock/PreorderAlerts maybe

migavupe

Why? I could walk out right now and be back with at least 3 within an hour.

MrMoonX

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