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Direct BA return flight from London Gatwick to Palma (Majorca) £44 / Malaga £54 / Barcelona & Nice £56 / Alicante £58 @ British Airways Shop
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JRC7

If thats true, even better deal. Live 5 minutes from Heathrow. Save £££ for airport transfers.

maranthony

Good deal but I would not fly British Airways for ethical reasons, their treatment of their staff is outrageous. Not voted either way.

plunet

BA are currently shifting all short haul flights remaining in their schedule from Gatwick to Heathrow, some long haul to the Carribbean from Gatwick will restart next week. Whilst this temporary move of short haul services to all be based at Heathrow for the time being, it could well be that some do move back to Gatwick within the timescales of the cheap flights in this deal, but no one knows yet. London City flights that are scheduled continue as normal for the moment from City airport.

AndyGoodall

BA are cancelling all flights from LGW. Expect to fly from LHR or have your ticket cancelled.

Robin_Sanders

Even if it a coronavirus vaccine comes along BA would be the last airline I would want to fly on; they have gone so far downhill it makes some budget airlines look luxurious. My last trip a year ago back from Norway with them was dire, not even able to give me a glass of water and that was before coronavirus. They offered me a cup and to go to the loo to fill it up in a crowded plane.

BA Offering 75% ‘buy Avios points’ bonus
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Until 18th May you will receive 75% bonus Avios when you buy or gift points as long as you are a British Airways American Express cardholder. It even seems to work if you’ve had … Read more
SecretSquirrel19

You must of been searching flights in Economy. If you use Business or First Class you get good value or buy cheap PE ticket & use relatively small amounts of avios to upgrade to Club World (if availability showing).

MrWang

Rubbish. Upgraded to business a few months back return to LA from £260 original ticket price.

steveieboy1

With the MRs you could look into converting to hotels as they may give you better value. Cashback I’d take as cash as cash is king. I wouldn’t convert to Avios for premium cabins as that’s a slippery slope as once you have flown that way going to the back isn’t easy!

Waltz

Amex MRs and cashback credit that can be converted to Avios amongst other things for a bonus top up.

steveieboy1

Could convert to Avios, Amex MRs? The benefits of Avios flights are refundable albeit a small admin cost. You can get some good value from European flights. Premium cabins get you good value too. Best value is probably school holidays when flight prices are high.

14 Night 4* All Inclusive Stay near Antalya (Turkey) £372p/p (£744 total) (Return from London with Checked luggage) @ British Airways Shop
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14 Night 4* All Inclusive Stay near Antalya (Turkey) £372p/p (£744 total) (Return from London with Checked luggage) @ British Airways Shop
Seems like a decent price for a fortnight all inclusive holiday for two to Turkey (which is now Visa free for UK citizens). Various April departures are available (please see the i… Read more
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Psxgul

What about the human right abuses Britain, France and USA are doing in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Yemen? Britain is still selling chemical weapons and missiles to Saudi?

Angus_McFrugal

Erdogan's committed an act of war against Greece, and some people are saying "Ooh! a bargain holiday", then abusing anyone who expresses concerns about financially supporting a despotic criminal regime, with the usual idiotic squeals of "racism". Unbelievable ignorance. Enjoy your cheap holiday, which is cheap for good reasons.

richb3012

It's a historical conflict. Wherever you go in the world there will be issues, as I said before, where do you go on holiday, I'm sure I could google an issue there?

kazfel

Not sure where your getting historical from, more ongoing.. https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/campaigns/2018/04/turkey-human-rights-defenders-under-attack/ https://www.amnesty.org.uk/press-releases/turkey-hundreds-arrested-crackdown-critics-military-offensive-new-report The list continues so how much is your Pina colada really costing?

richb3012

It isn't particularly cheap. And when I search for a holiday destination, historical conflicts don't feature very highly, I'm more interested in whether I can get a Pina Colada at the all inclusive bar. Where do you holiday?

3 night break from Heathrow to Budapest - 30 Sep - 3 Oct £374 (£187pp) - British Airways
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A 3 night break from Heathrow staying in a nice hotel with breakfast included, works out approx £180 each. After lots of looking this was definitely the best I could find. Arrive i… Read more
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Nut82uk

I got a flight on 6th January from Gatwick (08:20) for £13.99, flight back to Gatwick on 10th January (Landed 22:15) for £19.99. Stayed at a really nice private apartment for four nights that was located right in the heart of the inner city for £130.00. Different times of the year are going to be more expensive or even cheaper. Summer and run up to Christmas it gets pricey. I went at the end of October last year as well, all though it was with a Groupon deal my girlfriend insisted we use. It would have undoubtedly been much cheaper if I booked it myself.

clairereynolds

Hotel on its own is £247 through booking. Com that's why I thought it was a good deal

clairereynolds

Including 4star hotel with breakfast!

bladfire

Compared to other deals with Groupon etc this is a bad price. But it's ba so it's expected to be overpriced

Jacinto_Fernandes

£180 is too much even through Heathrow. You can find £50-£100 tickets depending on season

Direct British Airways return flight to New York (Departing LGW / March - May & Nov departures) £218.42 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Direct British Airways return flight to New York (Departing LGW / March - May & Nov departures) £218.42 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
Good price for a return flight to New York with British Airways with example dates being provided below. The flights are a codeshare so although you are booking the fare through Fi… Read more
Glowsolutions

Thanks bud

Shwartzewolf

I saw an aeroplane flying to Toronto once...

Quids

Anyone seen anything to Toronto...?

girag1847

Use skyscanners whole month search and as long as your dates are flexible you can find direct return flights LHR to LAX for around £350 example : 1st of May to 15th flying with American airlines example : 3rd of November to 13th flying with Virgin Atlantic for £295

GtTat

What about good deals to LA?

5 Night 3* (May) All Inclusive Stay in Majorca (Including BA flights from LGW with Checked baggage) £180.50pp (£361 total) @ British Airways
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5 Night 3* (May) All Inclusive Stay in Majorca (Including BA flights from LGW with Checked baggage) £180.50pp (£361 total) @ British Airways
Seems like a decent price for an All Inclusive holiday at a well reviewed hotel (4/5 on Trip Advisor). The hotel is located in the quieter south eastern part of the Island. The pri… Read more
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ieuk33

Good value, but bear in mind that Calas is a very long coach ride from Palma (if including transfers). The resort was also a bit run down when I last visited.

gren05

Thanks Op Heat Added ....booked this morning for 10th -15th May . Great Find

alyharry

Price had now increased

TheFilthyGranny

What is the place on the thumbnail photo called, please?

dc2447

Yep

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Spend £300 or more at British Airways, get 3,000 Avios Points @ Amex
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Spend £300 or more at British Airways, get 3,000 Avios Points @ Amex
Save to Card to receive 3,000 Avios Points on a transaction of £300+ online at British Airways UK by 16 February 2020 . Valid once per Card for the first 50,000 Cardmembers … Read more
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SecretSquirrel19

These bonus avios intro card bonuses only apply if you have not held any Amex point earning cards in the last two years.

SecretSquirrel19

No.

SecretSquirrel19

By using other hotel loyalty cards that are not Amex, you can transfer over those points to avios. This won't obviously help you acheive the 10k spent required on the Amex. Try paying all your bills by Amex, council tax, energy etc and use PayPal to pay for items online linked to the Amex.

defgimp

would that work towards the Amex spend? thought the Amex 241 and the avios were separate entities? (confused)

SecretSquirrel19

Then diversify with your credit cards, got one or more Visa / MC loyalty point earning cards and then transfer points to avios.

5 nights Las Vegas Feb 5* Wynn hotel with breakfast + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage £618pp (£1236 total) + £150 RF @ British Airways
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5 nights Las Vegas Feb 5* Wynn hotel with breakfast + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage £618pp (£1236 total) + £150 RF @ British Airways
Luxury 5* Vegas holiday for 2 people, staying 5 nights in the Wynn hotel including daily breakfast, direct BA return flights from Gatwick with 23kg checked luggage. Sample date bas… Read more
Kratos69

Stayed here twice, by far the best hotel on the strip. Heat for the price but it would just seem strange to me not going when it’s blazing hot! Amazing city, free buffet included is amazing. Be sure to check out parasol down cocktail bar in the hotel. One of the best!

Cumbrian.Hammer

There is also the Myvegas game. Also not as good as it used to be, but easier to earn rewards. You don’t have to play for long before you can get things like free buffets.Or at least 2 for 1 buffets. Free rooms and shows are available with a bit more play. As Mark said, the only issue with Wynn game is that they have made it harder for new players to get rooms without some kind of in game spend.I started a new account for the wife, but it’s virtually impossible to get to level 2...needed to book a room..without spending a little.Still be well worth it though compared to Wynn room price. I struggled at first with the game but the facebook group mentioned by mark soon had me making coins into the billions..making the whole game so much easier.

Mark_EvansA8j

Play the slots. It's free to play, but they recently changed the system to include 'VIP' points, so it's not as simple as it used to be. There's an excellent Facebook group called 'Wynn Slots Tips and Tricks'. All the information you'll ever need is there.

Chanchi32

thats good, what do you actually have to do in the app to earn the gems for free nights?

Cumbrian.Hammer

The Wynn app is how we have 3 free nights in March.Started playing it in September last year, booked 3 nights for March, and have enough “gems” for probably 4 nights when we go in October. As you say, no resort fee to pay either...so totally free rooms in one of the best hotels on the strip. Just my opinion, but don’t think the “drinks at the machine” will be implemented..well certainly not everywhere.If it is I’ll be more specific as to where I gamble.

Direct British Airways return flight to New York (Departing LGW / March & May departures) £199.80 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Direct British Airways return flight to New York (Departing LGW / March & May departures) £199.80 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
Sub £200, nice (y) March and select May dates only at the moment although there is a chance more dates will be made available in due course. When booking, to avoid additional un… Read more
spenspuma

Just back from 10 days in Orlando....I had to send 4 meals back for various reasons on this trip. And this wasnt at cheap eateries either. It was mainly for the meals coming out cold/warm instead of hot..but also steaks coming out Medium rare when I ordered well done. Seemed to be a recurring theme on the holiday. More a case of understaffed so meals are left on the side to be sent to the relevant tables...and lack of communication with the kitchen. The more expensive the restaurant the worse it seemed to be.....Maggianos and the expensive Disney restaurants seemed worse. Actually the hottest and best service meal we had was at a fast food joint and the cheapest meal for the holiday! So.....you think it's fine to tip compulsory when youve had to send a $40 main course back because it came out cold twice in a row? You think its fine to tip 20% when your $45 dollar steak comes out rare when you specified it to be well done? In America I always tip 15 to 20% as long as the service and food are acceptable...but sorry, when in paying $45 for a main course and it comes out cold twice or isnt cooked as requested then no, I downright will not tip. It is probably the whole reason why service levels have gone downhill in the last few years I've been visiting the states as they know mugs will tip them regardless, so why would they need to keep high levels of service?

shawty1984

If they are willing to be doing that, they shouldn't be working with food, never mind expecting a tip.

urbanlegend11

I'm yet to have bad service in the US. If i have bad service in UK I will not tip.

urbanlegend11

Oh that's cool they definitely won't spit in your food then if they are on minimum wage and you don't tip them then even though its expected.....

africanspeed

Lol! Correct Everyone should be paid a fair wage for a honest job... I bet the employer isn't living on tips from the government to prop up his profits?? This is just wrong! Just pay people who do honest work for you...Can't be that hard

British airways St Kitts from: London, May 2020 £579pp (£1158 total) - 7 nights 3* hotel + LGW BA Return Flights with 23kg checked baggage
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British airways St Kitts from: London, May 2020 £579pp (£1158 total) - 7 nights 3* hotel + LGW BA Return Flights with 23kg checked baggage
Sounds like a good deal to me I believe BA fly directly to Saint Kitts this price is for a week in May. I love the Caribbean and I’m assuming the weather is going to be pretty good… Read more
Willy_Wonka

How much for a single person?

IalsowontflyCathay

Stayed at Timothy Beach last year, great place to stay, the basic 2 bed wasn't great so we upgraded to a suite for about £250 for 14 nights and that was well worth it. St Kitts is dead in May and whilst the people are lovely it's quite dull, the main drag in front of the hotel is really quiet and that's the main party strip On the plus side all of the tour operators are grasping for business, we met Captain Sunshine in a cafe (he was eating with his family at the next table) and ended up getting a full day private island tour for 2 of us for 10% less than the cruise groups paid (per person).

localshop

But if you are going to stay on St Kitts Timothy Beach is a really good choice if you want it simple. There's a load of beach huts there serving great local food and it seems to be the 'go to' place for the locals at weekends. They did [maybe still do] a good happy hour at the Dock bar. It gets well supported by 'expats' and escapees from the Marriott the other side of the peninsula. If you're thinking of getting about and seeing the Island be prepared to be directed away from the really cheap buses onto the not cheap at all taxis. Car hire isn't cheap either and you are obliged to buy a local driving licence.

MrWang

Flown Amsterdam to Jakarta via Kuala Lumpur many, many times with KLM. Can confirm it might as well be direct, literally a 45 minute stop, boot off all the Malaysians and backpackers and away it goes.

flipper118

Correction: a flight with a touchdown is still classed as direct. Maybe you are confusing 'direct' with 'non-stop' :{

14 Night 4* All Inclusive Stay near Antalya (Turkey) £455p/p (£910 total) (Return from London with Checked luggage) @ British Airways Shop
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14 Night 4* All Inclusive Stay near Antalya (Turkey) £455p/p (£910 total) (Return from London with Checked luggage) @ British Airways Shop
April departures available. Thought this was a good price for a 14 night all inclusive break especially as the hotel is well reviewed and is located just 700m from the beach! To s… Read more
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blaster

ive been to side turkey twice and both times loved it , very friendly really nice hotels and you get so much for your money, ive booked to go in april this year for 2 adults and 2 kids in a 5 star hotel with 3 pools with water slides and a indoor pool , a private beach all for £1250 for 14 nights including flights. As for weather ive been to this resort in april and October and both times temperatures were 25c to 28c , and pools were being used all the time and a lot were swimming in the sea too. As a bonus all the clothes shops are really cheap too so I would recommend taking as few clothes as possible and buying new while your there. Now the negative bits , in turkey they don't teach English in school so don't expect most to know a lot of English , we have found at least one staff member will speak fair to good English so you will get by. There be a lot of german and Russians there but never bothered us. We found the security at the airport fairly extreme you will go through security checks 3 times , at the gate your bags will be opened and emptied checked and repacked so be warned, im happy for them to check all carry on bags in this way .

Ayberk

Infrastructure is quite good in Turkey. I believe you meant renewable energy by water electricty. This is really poor. Only %10 of consumable energy is from green energy recources. In the other hand, Turkey is quite good at public health services and sanitation. Fact: bigthink.com/strange-maps/revealed-dutch-are-least-hygienic-europeans (If you can not locate Turkey on map, please find 94%) Turkey is 52th in GDP (PPP) per capita which basicly shows purchasing power parity where Greece is 50th, Bulgaria is 60th and Tunusia is 97th. Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)_per_capita Means your comparisation is still invalid...

dognobs

I was more talking about infrastructure, water electricity, sanitation, standards of living and wages.

amy.hughes4lu

To all the people arguing If you like Turkey - Consider taking advantage of this deal. If you dont like Turkey - Consider keeping your opinions to yourself. People are allowed to like different places to you. Also a reminder that everything you say online can be traced back. Those who are making comments which, quite frankly, are bordering on racist, should probably consider moderating them. Many of you have your handle linked to your facebook, with your personal information (including place of work) on show.

Ayberk

Actually not. Let me enlighten you. 1. Turkey is the 6th most visited country in the world. 2. You are comparing two countries one has 20 times more annual GDP than other and 3 times more GDP per capita. 3. 1st 2nd 3rd world country terms are obselete after cold war: In what terms you are comparing? Military power? Turkey is 9th. Gross Domestic Product? Turkey is 19th. Turkey is also a member of G20.

Return British Airways flights London Gatwick to Costa Rica (San Jose), May-Jul, exc. hold luggage, now £364 taxes inc. via Skyscanner
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Return British Airways flights London Gatwick to Costa Rica (San Jose), May-Jul, exc. hold luggage, now £364 taxes inc. via Skyscanner
Travel dates: Flights at £364 on selected dates in May to July 2020 and September to December. Flight costs based on two people and excludes hold baggage. Example of flights at … Read more
deleted2430337

problem is once you're there, everything is mighty expensive

KM4353

Someones popular ay

cornishscouse

Great price. Would love to visit Costa Rica. Hopefully one day.

rmarshall1973

Fab! I was going to ask if anyone ...knew the way to San Jose... So this helps alot!

sJohnson23

I’ve got a lot of friends in San Jose.

10 nights St Lucia May 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each £659pp (£1318 total) @ British Airways
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10 nights St Lucia May 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each £659pp (£1318 total) @ British Airways
10 night break in St Lucia for £659pp with various dates available in May (sample date 14th to 24th May), which looks a good time to go with average 28 degrees weather and lowish r… Read more
vulcan903

Booked mexico via BA.

ams_Sxi

Did you book on a BA offer?

jimbisquitt

Went to St Lucia last year and fell in love with the island, stayed at Serenity and I couldn't recommend them enough. Word of advise, after you land and get your luggage don't let the many men offering to take your luggage for you,(they will just grab your bags, put them all on a trolley and ask you to follow them) they make it out as if you have a big walk to get outside and it is only about 10 meters walk past the passport control just on the other side of the blacked out doors. The will still want a tip for the 10m walk and most of the guys were also taxi drivers so will lead you towards their cars. Highly recommended the sunset catamaran tour of the island and we also had a private car tour that will take you to all the best places, everything is pre paid, the driver looks after you, will take photos and vids at the sulphur rivers and waterfalls, no waiting to get in and it stops everyone trying to sell you tat. There is an old chap who is a guide at the botanical gardens, his name is "Google" as he knows so much about the gardens. He asks for a donation the amount is your choice but it is worth it. Hope this help.

vulcan903

I been having a good look at the BA offer. Fancied St Lucia but just did not hit the spot. Barbados want a £200 tourist Visa for my non EU wife. Booked Mexico all inclusive visa free. Just got to watch out for seaweed apparently.

x80ssm

Thinking to do a 7 day cruise with tui. About £1k all in flights cabin all inclusive etc in the Caribbean. Anyone have a thought on it?

Direct British Airways return flight to New York £226 (Departing LHR / Jan - Mar & May departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct British Airways return flight to New York £226 (Departing LHR / Jan - Mar & May departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
Good price for a direct return flight to New York with BA. Information on how to book and example dates can be found below. To book: 1) Search for suitable dates on Skyscanner … Read more
chatlow

is it cheaper these days to buy flight / hotel separately or as bundle package? thinking of New York in Feb. Thanks

Erudite

He's right. Try to book direct with the airline whenever possible.

Daveg1999

Lots of people use people like Travel up, and most of them will not have any issues. The problem is that you should never have any issues, and using people like Travel means you are far more likely to have a problem than booking direct with the airline, or using one of the 'more famous' OTA's. As others have said, using an OTA is fine until a problem arises, and then it is pass the parcel between you, the OTA and the airline.

roguesspam

Most ppl will say theyve had no problems with OTAs like that, except when you do have an issue they will be absolutely useless. We had used dreamworld travel 2 or 3 times, nothing went wrong and the tickets were assigned. Then the next one had a problem and they were they most useless company Ive ever dealt with - went thru talking to 6 different ppl on the phone, they went from saying they would fix the issue to telling us to call the airline and lie to them to get the airline to try to fix it, then put them on a conference call with the airline where they just lied to the airline, then talked to one who forgot to put themselves on mute where you could hear them talking to other staff members where they were saying 'youre all telling them different stories', to finally getting diverted to a voicemail box which didnt exist. Ended up having to claim on insurance and make a new booking. Basically, never use dreamworld travel.

Neobrown

So is this the classic book early discount?

14 nights Orlando November 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each (2a/2c) £350pp (£1399 total) @ British Airways
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14 nights Orlando November 3* hotel + Direct BA flights LGW + 23kg luggage each (2a/2c) £350pp (£1399 total) @ British Airways
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Further price drop, now £1399 2a/2c for 14 nights and flights in November, departure date 25/26 November. Also 27th September departure available for 14 nights £1490 2a/2c.
November getaway to Orlando for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children (or other combos) including direct BA return flights from London Gatwick (26 Nov -10 Dec). Works out at £350pp… Read more
hairywaynus

We ended up booking the 27th September to the 11th October. The father in law and dragon in law are even coming as well! Worked out at only £455 per person for 4 adults and 1 child. Brilliant find Chanchi!!!!!

LoveChristmas38

I’ve been to Florida before- don’t know if u have.... but it really doesn’t matter that much about Hotel as long as it’s clean and got all Factilities !!! You really don’t spend much time at Hotel at all. X 🏰

LoveChristmas38

I need to find something for Easter Holidays.... kids both at High school so can’t pull them out in Oct term time. School is strict and son will be Year 11. these prices are great... Florida is expensive but there’s always bargains to be had !! X

Chanchi32

@hairywaynus - just spotted some cheaper prices in November inc 2a/1c - maybe of interest 26th Nov to 10th Dec / 25th Nov to 9th Dec 14 nights hotel + direct BA flights with 23kg for 2 Adults + 1 child = £402pp (£1205 total)

Chanchi32

@louisthefrenchie The prices seem to have changed for those dates but there are others 27th September to 11th October - £1490 for 2a/2c 25th November to 9th December - £1399 for 2a/2c 26th November to 5th December - £1399 for 2a/2c

Direct British Airways return flight to San Jose (California) £235.17 (Departing LHR / Feb - Mar departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Direct British Airways return flight to San Jose (California) £235.17 (Departing LHR / Feb - Mar departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
To book: 1) Search for suitable dates on Skyscanner or TravelUp (Tuesday - Tuesday tips work well). If searching via Skyscanner ensure TravelUp appears as one of the booking age… Read more
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bailey87

Yup

Fugazy

does it include baggage?

Phila4

I drove through San Jose in 2018 on my way around California. I agree, it looked a lovely place and so clean and pretty. Really stood out considering I usually drive 2,000-3,000 miles each time I go to the US, which is once or twice a year (wife works for airline so free flights (y) ). I've seen a lot of the US and this was somewhere I made a mental note to go to properly and stay when I get a chance.

sarkymark1

But do you know the way to San José?

superthomo

this is interesting, i'm just looking at LAX return to LHR in Jan 18th for two weeks coming up at around £260 with BA. I just checked and this airport is about the same price but never flown in to here before, it might make life easier travelling from north to south and not having to do a crazy round trip thanks! Oh wait, it's san fran airport keeps coming up, ignore me, still good price for california flights though...

7 Nights Tobago May - 3* Beach resort with breakfast + Rtn Flights LGW 23kg luggage = £529pp (£1058 total) @ British Airways
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7 Nights Tobago May - 3* Beach resort with breakfast + Rtn Flights LGW 23kg luggage = £529pp (£1058 total) @ British Airways
7 night break in Tobago from £529pp with various dates available including May, which looks a good time to go with average 27 degrees weather. Includes BA flights with 23kg checked… Read more
callmeleroy

Looks a bit warm for Tobogganing

Trevisparky

Thanks for the paragraph. Will read it later when I have half an hour to kill.

Mstrinisoul

'Be careful'.... wouldn't that be the case for most if not all countries? Exercise the same caution visiting London. Tobago is generally a very sedate island. Judge it after a visit. Note there has been no machete or as locally called cutlass use in crimes in Tobago for years. Even it had occurred a Tourist is rarely involved.

PetrolHeadRR

right, so let us know when you are going there so we can avoid incidents :{

Trevisparky

Aw sorry do you want me to add on my 40 years of travelling to places like dubai Egypt Tunisia New York Las Vegas Orlando santorini turkey Spain to that list.

Return British Airways / American flight from Newcastle or Edinburgh to New York £240 (January - March departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
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Return British Airways / American flight from Newcastle or Edinburgh to New York £240 (January - March departures) @ Skyscanner / Travel Up
Good price. Each flight involves one stop in London. Some flights from London to New York are operated by American with all of the Newcastle / Edinburgh to London flights being ope… Read more
AMO

And Edinburgh! (y)

AMO

If anyone's looking for a cheap Premier Inn (Newcastle)..... (highfive)

SunshineOnMe

Ignore that, I was looking at direct flights

SunshineOnMe

Trying to find flights from Edinburgh for March time, ideally over St Patrick's on the 17th but they're all coming in way over the £300 mark which isn't too bad but I'd much prefer to get them for the price you said

sfndkks

Sorry, forgot to mention that e-ticket was sent out about an hour later, the e-ticket info allowed me to verify with BA directly and the booking is there

British Airways Sale now on
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MarioMan

£1600 for 7 nights?

kel_pizzuti

We booked NY 5nights 5* with premium economy flights for 1200 each (STEAL) and 7 nights 4* in Orlando for 399 each (ridiculous) People just like to hate. BA, Virgin, AA, Delta they're all the same.

missryanb

Agreed! I’m not a frequent traveller but have flown BA recently and had no issues. I can get a three night city break in August with decent flights and brekky for just over £100 pp, cheaper than this country and we have the adventure of going to a different country.

kel_pizzuti

So many negative comments from people who have no intention of booking anything. I booked 2 trips yesterday both amazing value. They give you the dates to get the cheapest deals, dunno what everyone is moaning about.

ukbootlegs2015

aaah ok, whatever premium economy is, that's what i am flying back from maldives in flying out with qatar

Direct British Airways return flight to Las Vegas (Departing LGW / January & March departures) £279 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
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Posted 20th Dec 2019Posted 20th Dec 2019
Direct British Airways return flight to Las Vegas (Departing LGW / January & March departures) £279 @ Skyscanner / TravelUp
The price tumbles further on flights to Las Vegas. Checked baggage = £65p/p although you can take one piece between 2 etc... if you wish to save costs but still want to take some e… Read more
Fugazy

May not seem appropriate at the moment but they are some great places that you can try out a Firearm, Mags, Rifles etc for a decent price with ammo too.. Be warned.. the first time you shot a gun you will be shocked at the pull back..I just thought of Clint Eastwood and went for it, missed every target...:) but was great fun.

reindeer333

- Lots of pools (including rides / flumes at many) and shows at the hotels - Bellagio Water Show - 24hr Buffet Pass (believe me this is fun :) ) - Go up the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel (great views) - The Hoover Dam is not far away and is well worth a visit Just walking up and down the strip and around the hotels is pretty interesting also

LoveTV

What can you do in Las Vegas if you don't gamble? Any idea anyone?

deleted2105883

I've ended my career on a warmy have nice Xmas and new year @reindeer333 (y) (might return if i get my hoodie!) :D

Loveglitches

Good deal, booked to LA two days ago for the same price from Heathrow , had seen cheaper few weeks ago but didn’t book it that time , never mind hahaha

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