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Assassins Creed Odyssey for PS4 and Xbox one £42.99 online and from HMV Cribbs Causeway Bristol
LocalLocalFound 23 h, 52 m agoFound 23 h, 52 m ago
Popped in cribs earlier looking for a copy of assassins creed odyssey and found this deal in hmv
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over the last few years as this site has become more popular, it seems its not about the cheapest deal now, more one votes cold and the sheeple follow


Heat. Best deal at the moment. Added heat and it's a deal. Appreciate personal views that it may seem expensive. But it's the best price. Personally wait for black friday as not in a rush. Still need to finish spiderman and then buy read dead redemption 2 on release. Want this assassins creed but ideally won't be able to play until early 2019.


He's found a cheaper deal than other places, i thought that's the point of the website, it's not cheap anyway, if you want straight away, and don't want to wait, you pay the price. Some people are unbelievable, never happy,want to slate people almost immediately.


It was this price at launch as well. Great game.


I'll wait to rent it at Blockbusters

Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold Malt Whisky 70cl - £21.70 @ Tesco Metro Bristol
LocalLocalFound 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Reduced to clear from £39.45 Several bottles left

A couple of quid cheaper than it usually is but not worth more than £25. Get the Bowmore or Aberlour on offer at Amazon instead


Im more into the drink next to it, Belvoir fruit farms elderflower (y)


RRP is excessive, but well worth a try at this price. Not my favoured whisky as I don’t like the ones that need serving ice cold, but its more than drinkable


They're pushing their luck saying the rrp was £39.50. £25 seems to be the standard. I bought a bottle a couple of years ago. It's still almost all there, not what I would call a good whisky. A shame as the Dalwhinnie 15 is quite nice. I'm sure they even suggest storing this one in the freezer. Most likely to hide the burn. I'd save my money & put it towards a better bottle.


Not bad price but not a fan of this one.

Singleton of Dufftown Malt Master's Selection Whisky 70 cl - £20.35 @ Tesco Metro Bristol
LocalLocalFound 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Reduced to clear from £37 Several bottles left
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£129pp – Budapest Christmas market trip w/tours, fr Bristol @ travel zoo
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
What's included from Bristol selected nov-dec dates but other airports at a different price Return flights Three nights at the 4-star Marmara Hotel Budapest, in a Standard Room… Read more
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Cold! So hopefully my wife doesn't see it!


budapest chrostmas markets are a total rip off, they push all the prices up 5 fold for tourists, food that normally would cost a pound is almost six at the markets. i was there year before last so i'd expect it to be even more now. it was -8 at the coldest when i was there, the homeless people i gave food and blankets too were very ungreatful. we found an english pub that wasn't even remotely english that had happy hour bogof cocktails and £1.30 a litre beer though. shame the city is full of miserabkle faces and most shops and bars full of miserable and rude staff.


I spoke on line, it said £129 per person on 17 Th November, they emailed me a quote for £599 for 2 people. Vote Freezing.


Apprently i cannot suggest Hungary is unsafe. Jeeez what a website


Nothing in that article suggests Hungary is unsafe?

Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up N-Connecta 2.3Dci 190 4Wd £23034 @ Bristol street motors (Business users only)
Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up N-Connecta 2.3Dci 190 4Wd 19195 plus vat £23034
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I agree the nissan a more comfortable car like ride which is fine if you use it as a car but as a truck (which is what they are) the ranger is better, it is better under load and carries more, it is better at towing, it is better off road, it can wade through 800mm of water (deep!!!) oh and don't forget the first pick up truck with a 5 star ncap rating! And the ranger looks great!! So if you want a car buy a nissan, if you want a truck buy a ranger (lol) (y)


Had a ranger a couple of years ago but didn’t get on with it. A very hard uncomfortable ride and a bit cumbersome round corners. Had the Tekna version of the new Navara for a couple of years and find it much smoother and pleasant to drive. 5 year warranty on the Nissan is a bonus. Worth paying a bit more for the Tekna version. Bit cheaper here


When was the recall, last I heard Nissan had not recalled these Navaras and were dealing with complaints case by case. There is a massive group of owners who were last I read making a claim through a firm of scolicitors. I heard Nissan have been repairing vehicles, replacing chasis, implimenting preventative measures and even buying affected vehicles back from affected owners but I don’t think there has been a recall.


Massive main dealer recall on the older shape model,chassis rusting out and some being painted under warranty and others being written off.Hopefully as mentioned already problem now sorted.


Yep, I had one 2006 nice truck but I sold it when 3 years old before any mention of chasis problems. If i Bought another I’d only keep it 2 or 3 years anyway. If your worried just get it filled up with waxoil. Ranger is a better truck anyway

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Status Dual Position Fan Heater £2.50 In-store At Wilko Bristol
LocalLocalFound 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Shelf marked at £15 scans up at £2.50 First post so go easy

Picked up 6 at my local for £2.50 each. Shelf price was £2.50. Returned 2 that were purchased at £7.50 each.


Hot, these are very handy. Particularly if your boiler packs up during snow....


Good find OP. Heat for that.


Excellent find. Thanks for posting @Simon_c and welcome to HUKD.


Hot, will check out my local, will be good for the caravan

1 night for two people + Full English breakfast + Cream Tea for 2 + 3-course à la carte meal in the Cotswolds £99(£49.50pp) @ TravelZoo - more in OP
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Valid on any day of the week - which is great! :) Decent reviews in a really nice area, £99 is really good considering you get breakfast, cream tea AND a 3 course dinner included. … Read more

Looks nice. Great area too!


Ahhh hope you enjoy it! :)


Booked, thanks spot on for my b'day

Sabatier 20cm Cook's Knife £4 (was £16), Sabatier Bread Knife £4 (was £16), Go Cook Boning Knife £2,25 (was £9) instore @ Tesco (Eastville, Bristol)
LocalLocalFound 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Don't know if national or store specific. Found in Tesco Extra, Eastville, Bristol

I managed to find one Carving knife on its own with the Tesco own brand. Had it scanned to check the price. £4. Lovely. Thanks op.


Boning knife?! Sounds painful!


Sorry. New phone. Still adjusting to it.


Cause its a thing - a - ma -jig XD


Why’s your thing in the photo....

Tesco Oils reduced in Thornbury Bristol  e.g 5W30 2L £3 - maybe national see other posts re other oils
LocalLocalFound 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Got 5w/30 oil 2 litre for £3 instead of £12 - seemed to be a national sticker other engine tesco oil types drastically reduced
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None left at 2pm today.


Jeez why did this go cold 75% off

We The Curious  Science Centre (formerly @ Bristol) admission for all £6
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
We The Curious (formally @ Bristol) a Science centre at Bristol Harbourside has reduced its entry prices for all to £6. Prices usually Age 16+ from £15.95 Age 3-15 from £10.50 A… Read more

Thanks OP. We had a brilliant time! 3yr old loved it :) Thoroughly recommend.


Enjoy. We all love it there


Thanks just booked for tomorrow!



When's that?

Bristol Aquarium kids for £1 with every adult
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Bristol Aquarium has an online offer of a Child 3-12 entry for £1 with each Adult. So for Adult & Child it is £14.77. Also get 10% off tickets when booking online. Please not… Read more

Enjoy the day. Lots more Gromits to discover.


It’s my son’s 8th birthday today so we’re off to Bristol zoo, then following more of the Gromit trail... we’ve found 20+ so far & my little lad absolutely loves using the free map to work out where we’re heading next! We’re certainly seeing parts of Bristol that we’ve never seen before!


Don’t know how old your daughter is but you could go to the Zoo. Bristol Zoo has free child with every adult offer which I posted on here which is also easy to get to on the Bus, train or walking. Lots of cheaper things to do also in the area or free depending on age. Enjoy


Appreciating all the comments on here, I have my daughter by myself for the weekend and was planning on taking her to the aquarium as I don't drive and figured it would be easiest to get to on public transport. Any other suggestions for good things for young kids in and around Bristol appreciated


Its a nice attraction but a very short experience, we were in and out in 90mins and consider ourselves to be a pretty typical family. I think theonly way you could make this a longer experience is to physically stand and watch the fish for longer periods of time, however lets be honest...a few minutes at each tank/exhibit is more than enough. We paid full price to get in, leaving us feeling very shortchanged. Therefore it may be a better experience when paying slightly less.

Seasoning mixes 20p instore @ Sainsburys in Clifton, Bristol
LocalLocalFound 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Colmans Lamb Hotpot seasoning mix 20p Schwartz Garlic & Herb wedges seasoning mix 20p Colmans Mediterranean Chicken season and shake 20p Maggi So Juicy Garlic Chicken seasoning… Read more
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Got some yesterday. Thanks. Asked my oh to go back today whilst getting pizza but couldn’t find them (lol)


Thanks probably get a few different ones.


I’ve just been back and there is plenty of Maggi paprika but no garlic. Lots of Colmans and Schwartz packets left though. Just in case you were going there to get the garlic one!


Thanks. Will go after work. Glad you left some behind for me (lol)


Right over the far corner of the store on the right hand side is where I found them. I left plenty of them there (y)

Mirador del Atlantico, Gran Canaria, 2 week family of 4  from Bristol  27th Aug - £882 @ Thomas Cook
LocalLocalFound 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Still looking for holiday for myself.No good for me with older children who can't miss the 1st week back at school,but good deal if you have younger children. Flying from Bristol t… Read more
From Bristol or Birmingham: Part School Holidays 2 Weeks Florida Holiday 24 August £383.50pp @ Tui
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
I think this just goes over the school holidays but at £383.50pp it's worth posting as I still think this is a great price. It leaves on 24 August from Bristol or for around £35pp … Read more
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Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vistain Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, Florida, United States Price for 2 adults 2 children. A child is upto 19 years old Sat 25 Aug 2018 - 14 nightsDouble RoomRoom OnlyManchester - Direct View flight details787 DreamlinerCar hire included GREAT DEAL - 60% OFF £ 344 pp Total Price £1375 Includes £517pp discount


Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vistain Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, Florida, United States Of America Price for 4 adults Sat 25 Aug 2018 - 14 nightsDouble RoomRoom OnlyManchester - Direct View flight details787 DreamlinerCar hire included GREAT DEAL - 62% OFF £ 391 pp Total Price £1563 Includes £633pp discount


You must be a teacher because they are the only ones that would spout so much rubbish.


It certainly does. But there are ways around it. The meal plan in Florida doesn't look cheap either.


At £15 pp to eat at Disneyland Paris it really takes the biscuit.

From Bristol: Saturday-Tuesday 3 Nights in Venice close to St Marks £117.62pp @ Ebookers
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
If you fancy a nice long weekend how about a little escape to Venice for 3 nights. This trip is from Bristol 22 to 25 September (Saturday too Tuesday). Whilst you do tend to see … Read more
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My wife and I just returned from two week tour of the north of Italy, it was a 40th present for wife is awesome. Anyway, last two nights were in Venice, and I expected my experience to be just like you've described but it can be avoided! Using the Lonely Planet guide, a book we always get and never fails us, we booked onto a recommended food tour, there were 4 of us on it, very personal. The tour happened just after we got to Venice (stayed in an AirBnB btw, highly recommend) and it taught us where to go to both get the best food and drink of Venice and avoid the HELL of the crowds. I attach a photo I posted, taken July 17, as proof that quiet does exist there, places devoid of tourists and offers the real atmosphere of Venice. We came along this strip on the tour and knew we'd be back the next day..... and we had a reasonably priced bottle of fizz to our shock (called Lunatica..hmm)! It's sad the main tourist areas are now overrun like Ants nests, but now I know where to go (and there are lots of hidden gems not ruined by crowds) I'd happily go back to Venice; that said the Lonely Planet guide did say love it and leave it, as the surrounding areas outside of Venice are just as awesome, may do that next time.


I didn't realise it was €8 in fairness. I just checked my journal when I went and I had written we paid €3pp one way. I hadn't checked up to date information. Some people may get the bus or some people may get a taxi or even a water taxi. Certainly it's not €3 anymore. The 'ferry' time I got from Google maps but then did it allow for waiting for a ferry aka vaporetto? I don't know! Walking - I was reading reviews from people who had stayed but does it allow for a slow walker, a fast walker, a runner?!? I don't know! You haven't said how much the vaporetto is if people did stay in Lido so it would be helpful to know so if people are reading this they have some useful info. I'm giving my opinion of the breakfast I had in Venice. I'm not going to get into an argument nor do I want to give anyone wrong information. I've given a flight and accommodation options on this deal. Just like if you book a deal on Groupon, Travelzoo etc etc I'm sure people will do their own research into where they want to stay in Venice, how to get to and from the airport etc. Lido is generally cheaper, but again I'd not checked these exact specific dates. When I replied I did have a look as curiosity got the better of me and actually there was not the price difference I expected and prices were very similar to Venice. Check now, tomorrow, in a week and it could change re hotel prices. I don't need people to give me heat, I really don't care! I just like posting travel deals!


There you go again, you say a couple of euros from the airport, but it's not is it ? It's a minimum of €8 each way so hardly a couple of euros but hey, why tell the truth ? Not sure where you get the ferry time to be around 20 minutes either, it's 15 minutes, or how you say 15-20 minutes walk (Google maps has it at a minimum of 25 minutes) but there again yet more false information from you. Why ? Are you THAT desperate for approval ? In your opening post you say that it's cheaper to stay on the Lido but now you say it's not. Make your mind up. If you stay in a posh hotel it is NOT basic continental like the one offered in your post and you know this but you are desperately trying to justify your deal and that is just plain wrong. It's a pathetic answer trying to justify your post and you're just digging a bigger hole for yourself. It would be interesting to know which posh hotel you stayed in that gave such a poor breakfast so we could see for ourselves. I have stayed at and pound for pound cheaper and bigger rooms than anywhere I could find on Venice inclusive of ferry price. Another reason to stay on the Lido and not Venice is to get away from the masses that people complain about and relax a little yet still be so close to it. The flights you gave are good, the accommodation and your slant on it isn't. Please stop giving incorrect information to people in order to gain heat.


Venice is somewhere which you won't enjoy if you go at peak times I would agree. But even when its busy, early morning and evenings are nice and quiet. So its not really suitable to day trip to when its busy, I would avoid it. If you are staying there in Venice as apposed to a day trip or a hotel in Mestre or the Lido, you will have a much better time.


No, I was in the busiest areas of Rome; Colleseum, Forum, Fountain etc... You've provided your rationale, as have I. I think its not worth it. You think it is. Let's just leave it there. All the best.

Asda - Indian takeaway for 2 (in store - Longwell Green, Bristol) £3.50 - loads avaliable
LocalLocalFound 6th JulFound 6th Jul
I’d imagine these are going at this price across many asda’s due to the hot weather and no one fancying a curry! Most dated for today/tomorrow. Box includes: 2 x Currys (1x chicke… Read more

Which bit of the description can’t you read? Not out of date. Not a korma. Not a “one shop” (assume you mean one stop shop). I also said I’d imagine it’s across most stores due to the weather, who wants a curry in this heat? Alright fair enough I get in future not to post yellow sticker items but as they had a few days on the dates it’s hardly worth your harsh comments.


About right If you see a national curry deal for a fiver heat, an out of day Korma in One shop, cold. That how it works


Obviously not reading description (lol) So you lot are saying if you see this deal in store for £5 dated until 8/7/18 and they deal I’ve posted dated 7/7/18 you’d rather pay £5? Fair play (highfive)


You probably voted hot on this then?


nice one mate

Asda Solar Powered Garden Lights 88p - £3.50 instore - Bristol
LocalLocalFound 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Hi all In Asda Living Bristol today upstairs the staff were reducing numerous solar powered garden lights to clear. Lots of different styles, colours etc so what I have in the p… Read more

Not reduced in Darlington branch, I did try scanning and they were full price :/


thanks got 9 of the mini crackle solar lights for 38p each in the broughton asda living, they had loads of stock, bargain!


Resources not electricity. They're generally poorly waterproofed and get hot in the sunlight, both of these are bad for the electronics and the NiMh battery inside. The end result is they don't live long but when they do fail it's not really worth fixing them so in the bin they go and onwards to landfill. If I could be bothered I'd get a big solar panel and a lead acid battery then hook up some 12V garden lights to it. Low voltage means it should be fairly safe to DIY and the only thing to fail is the battery which can be recycled.


Good spot Op thx for sharing,going to check my local store later today,heat added 8)


Wasteful of what? They are solar.

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