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May - Beijing, Hong Kong, Macau 12 Nights Flights + 4*/5* Hotels £988pp with BA
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I'm posting this as i've recently booked this same deal as China has been on my bucket list for a while and thought it might interest others. If you want to check out the Great Wal… Read more
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ITMA5th Feb

This is why I shudder each time I have to visit the UK. The illiteracy, …This is why I shudder each time I have to visit the UK. The illiteracy, the xenophobia, the person I'm responding to.


I agree. Tourists should always get ripped off and scammed, everywhere in the world. I also think we're dipping into racism, discrimination, homophobia, xenophobia with people on here who are against criminal activity.
Akiki7 h, 15 m ago

Taiwan is a good option if you would like to experience the authentic …Taiwan is a good option if you would like to experience the authentic Chinese culture, with plenty activities to offer e.g. hot springs, forest parks, beaches etc. Visa free for UK nationals, nice food & much nicer people. Mega cities in China are rather soulless and will guarantee to stress you out big time.


Seconded. Taiwan ftw
Taiwan is a good option if you would like to experience the authentic Chinese culture, with plenty activities to offer e.g. hot springs, forest parks, beaches etc. Visa free for UK nationals, nice food & much nicer people. Mega cities in China are rather soulless and will guarantee to stress you out big time.
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catsan1 h, 8 m ago

Chinese visa £175 by post valid for 3 months, Manchester or Edinburgh …Chinese visa £175 by post valid for 3 months, Manchester or Edinburgh office processing within a week. I got one last week. Hope this helps someone.


Ouch! Been looking for a definite price on the visa. Didn't realise it was so expensive. Oh well, no choice but to get one now!
catsan28 m ago

Chinese visa £175 by post valid for 3 months, Manchester or Edinburgh …Chinese visa £175 by post valid for 3 months, Manchester or Edinburgh office processing within a week. I got one last week. Hope this helps someone.


Only £110 if you have an Irish passport.
visaforchina.org/MAN…pdf
British Airways releases new flights on summer timetable, cheap school hol flights - you can now find cheap flights on the new slots because they were only released a few hours ago. Gatwick-Alicante rtn £88 June. Gatwick-Malaga £140 rtn August
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BA bought the collapsed Monarch slots at Gatwick and have basically used them to add loads more flights this summer. Why a deal? Because: 1. the just-released flights are at bargai… Read more
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Thanks, I've managed to book dates close to my original Monarch booking.
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TesaoGostoso2 m ago

Change for me and saved over £200 as was waiting for this. Checked it …Change for me and saved over £200 as was waiting for this. Checked it yesterday and nothing, so glad uvsadealdealdeal posted it. Much appreciated


You're welcome - glad somebody gets it
Price changed for me and saved over £200 as was waiting for this. Checked it yesterday and nothing, so glad uvsadealdealdeal posted it. Much appreciated
Edited by: "TesaoGostoso" 4th Jan
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dallo35 m ago

just checked a date in august to tenerife £91 to fly out £347 to come back …just checked a date in august to tenerife £91 to fly out £347 to come back not a deal if you ask me


you need to be more flexible in your choice of dates

sounds like you are mixing a cheap new flight (new slot) with an expensive old one (old slot)

which sort of demonstrates my point, ie choose the new slots
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cfbc10 m ago

No changes on several flights I have been watching, sorry.


there wouldn't be, obviously

the cheap flights will be the new slots released today, so you couldn't have been watching them
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1500 Avios bonus with £100 spend at British Airways - BA AMEX accounts
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New offer found on my British Airways American Express credit card. Need to opt in first via account. I value Avios at around 1p per point in redemption value, so works out aroun… Read more
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terencetcf23 m ago

Will definitely consider it later. But now a family with 2 young children, …Will definitely consider it later. But now a family with 2 young children, I guess is impossible to get a room for 4 people, or 4 free drinks at check-in LOL! Thanks for your recommendation anyway



We are a family with 1 child, very soon to be 4. We leave ours at grandma's and stay at the Holiday Inn when visting. You can get 2 kids in most hotel rooms if they are in a cot still. Going forward I am saving Avios and then you can book hotels and you can book room type too. We had a nice big room at an Intercontinental all booked with Avios.
steveieboy13 h, 21 m ago

Yes I do, IF you pay for a IHG hotel anyway at £99+ then there is no fee …Yes I do, IF you pay for a IHG hotel anyway at £99+ then there is no fee technically as you get a free night. Most people pick an IC hotel in London and get £250 value out of the free night. We would just be staying there because it's free (£99) so we spend it on a hotel we need during expensive time of year. Last year it was a Holiday Inn at £105. You get status with the card which gets you a pint and some nuts so that's £5 value every time you check in. We stay quite a lot of times a year at a Holiday Inn so make use of the free drink/s, sometimes you get 2 at check in. You are meant ot get other benefits like early and late check out but realistically you can just ask the hotel without status and normally get them. Also you are meant to get room upgrades but I haven't had any so far so don't count on it.


Will definitely consider it later. But now a family with 2 young children, I guess is impossible to get a room for 4 people, or 4 free drinks at check-in LOL! Thanks for your recommendation anyway
terencetcf7 h, 17 m ago

Are you using this as well? Perhaps is good for places that don’t accept A …Are you using this as well? Perhaps is good for places that don’t accept Amex.... still not really a fans of pay card fees....



Yes I do, IF you pay for a IHG hotel anyway at £99+ then there is no fee technically as you get a free night. Most people pick an IC hotel in London and get £250 value out of the free night. We would just be staying there because it's free (£99) so we spend it on a hotel we need during expensive time of year. Last year it was a Holiday Inn at £105.

You get status with the card which gets you a pint and some nuts so that's £5 value every time you check in. We stay quite a lot of times a year at a Holiday Inn so make use of the free drink/s, sometimes you get 2 at check in.

You are meant ot get other benefits like early and late check out but realistically you can just ask the hotel without status and normally get them. Also you are meant to get room upgrades but I haven't had any so far so don't count on it.
steveieboy17 h, 16 m ago

How about an IHG card - £99 fee but you get a free night after a year if …How about an IHG card - £99 fee but you get a free night after a year if you spend 10k so book an expensive room to make the most of it. You get Platinum status so get a free drink at check in. Spend £37.5k and get spire status, no difference really but 25k points bonus.


Are you using this as well? Perhaps is good for places that don’t accept Amex.... still not really a fans of pay card fees....
terencetcf19 h, 2 m ago

Gold Amex can earn virgin miles?


How about an IHG card - £99 fee but you get a free night after a year if you spend 10k so book an expensive room to make the most of it. You get Platinum status so get a free drink at check in. Spend £37.5k and get spire status, no difference really but 25k points bonus.
Aerolite SMART Suitcase with USB Phone Charger Port, ABS Hard Shell 4 Wheel Carry On Hand Cabin Luggage ,  (Charcoal) - £54.99 @ Sold by Luggage Travel Bags UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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now i have seen it all was £74.99 Approved for Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways, Jet2, Virgin Atlantic & Many More! (Charcoal)
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Only £39.99 now !
Marky2645 h, 4 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/152641035352 Bit of Digging and found the same …https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/152641035352 Bit of Digging and found the same case for £45.49 Delivered!



Sorry, did you not get the memo? This is HotAmazon&GearbestDeals now, none of us can be bothered to shop around so we just post what gets reduced on about five different sites.
Suitcase with all wires in means no suite case at other end, and possible long delay due to evacuation of airport and many peed of people :-)
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Bit of Digging and found the same case for £45.49 Delivered!
BA Holiday glitch on Flight+Car (cheaper to fly business than economy) @British Airways
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Alright, so I have to travel next week on business to Milan and I looked to book a flight. The price for the flight itself in economy class was £462, but since I needed a car, I lo… Read more
Website is clumsy and very difficult to find a holiday for 5 for certain dates
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jrandrews728 h, 0 m ago

Nope.. still can't get any deals.. Every option I try (with different …Nope.. still can't get any deals.. Every option I try (with different browser) shows Business / club class about double that of Economy. Need more details on how/where this deal/glitch will work.



First of all, try checking through your phone a price of economy. Then ensure you use a browser on your laptop in which you never browsed the BA site (if you browsed the BA site, please clear all cookies and cache from browser). Then choose economy flight + car through the browser on laptop, and see if the combo gives you a cheaper price than the individual flight, plus see if it will give you by default a business flight which is cheaper (you can always change the flight in the package).
Rudess16 h, 53 m ago

I bet you are fun at parties



Mate it's a deals site not a talent show.
Nope.. still can't get any deals.. Every option I try (with different browser) shows Business / club class about double that of Economy.

Need more details on how/where this deal/glitch will work.
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elixeh3 h, 27 m ago

This is not new and not a glitch and the example is ridiculous. Over 400 …This is not new and not a glitch and the example is ridiculous. Over 400 for so called business to Italy?



When the economy costs £462 and you get a business and a car for £450, it's a deal. Like it or not, the purpose of publishing the deal is letting others to try and save money on their holidays, using the trick I just described, whether you book it a week or a year in advance.
Edited by: "Rudess" 16th Dec 2017
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LIDL DEALS 9th-15th November- Gala Apples 5 99p, British Asparagus Tips 100g 99p, Galia Melon 99p Each, Marvellous Tomatoes 225g 99p |||||| 16th-22nd November - Spinach 250g 49p, British Carrots 1kg 29p, Mango Each 69p, Snack Tomatoes 250g 99p
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Galia MELON - hard, tasteless, don't bother



and by the way, not that long ago best offers from Lidl were less than 50 pence, now almost double !!!!! .... some offers those are...... NOT.
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Jaybeam9th Nov

Lots of the stuff on this list are same price elsewhere - noticing Lidl …Lots of the stuff on this list are same price elsewhere - noticing Lidl are gradually raising their prices


Yep, prices have increased quite a bit for the last couple of years, to pay for the smarter stores and increased number of stores. Had a laugh when this specials were 5 Gala apples for 99p, much cheaper bargains elsewhere.
Jaybeam8 h, 46 m ago

Lots of the stuff on this list are same price elsewhere - noticing Lidl …Lots of the stuff on this list are same price elsewhere - noticing Lidl are gradually raising their prices


Soon the prices will be as in the big 4 supermarkets.
Thank you appreciate your effort
Thanks as always for posting.
Amex (Spend £800 or more, get £100 back British Airways)
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Amex (Spend £800 or more, get £100 back British Airways) OFFER DETAILSSave to Card to get a £100 statement credit when you spend £800 or more online at British Airways. Book and p… Read more
not on my costco amex card
Not on any of ours either shame as I've got to buy an entire bathroom suite this month...
Not on any of our cards, including 2 BA premium plus cards! Good if you have it
I can't see this offer either. Shame because I'm really keen to take a holiday before Christmas and I prefer flying with the Oneworld alliance.
ScoobyDoobyDoo4 m ago

I do see this on my Amex Platinum cashcard.Is there any way to get this …I do see this on my Amex Platinum cashcard.Is there any way to get this offer added in?I seem to recall there was a site you could go to to get Amex offers added but forget what it was now.



You are thinking of this?
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but it isnt there im afraid
British Airways flash sale £30 each way from Gatwick
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British Airways has launched a flash sale offering a quarter of a million seats on 22 routes from Gatwick airport for £30. The sale runs from 1100 today until midnight on Septembe… Read more
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Thanks op.
pantaiema1 h, 11 m ago

I did that is why I get £39 each way so return should be 78 . But after …I did that is why I get £39 each way so return should be 78 . But after the payment it comes up with £90.70. Where is the addtional of £12.70 coming from ?


No idea. You positive you hit the 'lowest fare' radio buttons as I noticed it didn't do that automatically when I selected that option for my outbound flight.

What dates, times, airports are you inputting?
chocci5 h, 6 m ago

You have to click on the lowest fare buttons



I did that is why I get £39 each way so return should be 78 . But after the payment it comes up with £90.70. Where is the addtional of £12.70 coming from ?
pantaiema2 h, 44 m ago

I search the flight to Berlin in December with £39 each ways. When I am …I search the flight to Berlin in December with £39 each ways. When I am about to pay It comes £90.70. what did I get wrong here.


You have to click on the lowest fare buttons
I search the flight to Berlin in December with £39 each ways. When I am about to pay It comes £90.70.
what did I get wrong here.
COSTCO Spend £100 or more, get £15 back with Amex (British Airways)
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COSTCO.CO.UK Spend £100 or more, get £15 back Save to Card to get a £15 statement credit on a transaction of £100 or more online at Costco.co.uk by 24 September 2017. Valid once … Read more
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There was another deals posted of £20 off £250 straight after my post of £15 off £100.

No one had £20 off £250 but that post gone HOT??

Also some one wrote this issue in my post but comments has been removed?
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Akkarin4th Sep

Thanks for the heads up, saved ready my next shop. Offer seems to be …Thanks for the heads up, saved ready my next shop. Offer seems to be available to all AMEX cards.

To confirm it's online spend not in-store
Amazing how 15 off 100 is cold, but 20 off 250 is hot!
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It's on the Nectar Amex
Not on my card. But I did have a 5% cashback offer on tfl pay as you go payments on my platinum card
Barbados 7 nights self catering holiday including return direct flights from London Gatwick £599 @ British Airways
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Barbados 7 nights self catering holiday including direct return BA flights from London Gatwick.l Price dropped to £580 Dates available at this price September 26, 28 October 2… Read more
jumpinoffthbed

If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive … If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive hurricanes most October's for the last few years years haven't they?



Er, No.
Due to its location in the Caribbean Sea, Barbados is fortunate to not experience hurricanes in the last who knows how many decades,which have devastated other Caribbean islands and parts of the US.
Instead they experience tropical storms (quite scary heavy winds, rough seas) which clips the island as it travels further up the Caribbean then turns into a hurricane (for their Caribbean neighbours & US).

I would love to go at this price however prepping the minion for upcoming GCSEs.
Should be a criminal offence the prices the travel industry is allowed to charge during school holidays!! oO
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jumpinoffthbed

If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive … If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive hurricanes most October's for the last few years years haven't they?



Just checked 6 and 7 September is priced at £643.
If was early September I'd bite but I'm pretty sure they've had massive hurricanes most October's for the last few years years haven't they?
I went to Cancun in Late Sept / Early Oct once and the weather was still absolutely roasting, sure the odd tropical downpour for half hour and then clear skies again. Won't be the same everywhere but could well be a cheeky bargain
This is not a good time of year to experience a great resort. Don't do it.
Kids fly for free on selected flights/destinations @ British Airways (e.g. 2A+2C to Denmark £37pp Return - Ideal for Legoland!)
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Evening folks, was faffing around and noticed BA have a offer on where kids can fly for free (Under the age of 12) for every paying adult Eg Obviously going to be loads more … Read more
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exexpat

Wow a Bloody Awful flight full of kids no thanks.



Grow up.
Moving British IT jobs offshore and expect people to fly with them after recent infrastructure disasters...? Reputational damage and public have no confidence in the company or brand. Classic example of putting corporate greedy cost saving instead of putting customer first which has back fired.
Fights to Belfast and Newcastle! This is a steal. I love Belfast. Best city in the world.
patrick_000

Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 … Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 workers last year and shifted the jobs to India. Similar thing happened with Natwest a couple of years ago after a massive job shift to India!



Of course the unions and socialists would suggest it must be entirely down to that. Every time anything goes wrong it must be down to outsourcing offshore. If there hasn't been outsourcing it's down to management and cost cutting. Tram driver falls asleep at the controls and its the managements fault because drivers are too scared to come forward.

Since you appear to have such knowledge in the area, perhaps you could clear something up. The issue occurred due to a UK contractor(s) switching the power off (isolating the equipment from both main and backup supply). Then that same UK contractor(s) failed to follow the power restoration procedure, causing massive corruption to the system. In the first instance how was that the fault of the Indians? In fact that was the fault of the staff they hadn't shifted to India!

Secondly, did the Indians design and build a brand new system last year? Or did they take on the management of the existing infra-stucture? I'm sure someone as knowledgeable as yourself would know a system of this scale is rarely delivered in a year? In other words it's likely the system was actually designed and built by the UK workers. And its the system design that was at fault not the support staff. Switching on power failure and recovering when power is restored are largely automated processes. Neither the original UK or replacement Indian support staff would have had any input in the issue. Their job would have been afterwards in recovering the system, which on a large complex DB is not a trivial task.

NB: Although its harsh to even blame the system architects given how the fault occurred. Isolating power and then putting it back on without following restart procedures is generally a BIG NO NO!

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afroylnt

Best Avoid until they invest in their IT infrastructure, either they know … Best Avoid until they invest in their IT infrastructure, either they know nothing about running large IT real time systems or some sharp salesman sold.the them something not fit for purpose....either way makes you think what other basic area do they know nothing about?



Of course they say it's nothing to do with the fact they laid off 700 workers last year and shifted the jobs to India. Similar thing happened with Natwest a couple of years ago after a massive job shift to India!
BA British Airways Luxury Beach Holidays from £389pp
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Ends tomorrow. Travel September Business Class Flights + 4 or 5 Star Hotel. Algarve (Faro) from £389 pp Malaga from £425 pp Bari from £438 pp Sardinia (Cagliari) from £440 pp Ni… Read more
Grill24 m ago

How is this getting cold votes? It is a wonder that anybody takes time to …How is this getting cold votes? It is a wonder that anybody takes time to share offers on this site with so many inconsiderate people voting deals down, with no justification.


I posted a deal this week and it got voted cold but i linked 2 same deals for more money and these were voted +200 work that one out ? This is a good deal as its business class and 4-5 star hotel and not ryanair easy jet.
Looks like some people are still sour at the whole IT outage situation.....these are great prices
How is this getting cold votes? It is a wonder that anybody takes time to share offers on this site with so many inconsiderate people voting deals down, with no justification.
Agreed, pricing looks great. Heat from me.
Great prices the idiots voting cold again for no reason your should have your voting power taken away.
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Amex offers: BRITISH AIRWAYS Spend £500 or more, get £100 back
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bryanryan

Give it a try and let us know.From experience I have returned something, … Give it a try and let us know.From experience I have returned something, received a refund and kept the Amex statement credit, it was a smaller amount with a different retailer so you do so at your own risk



I'll give this a try thus weekend with fully flexible ticket. Ba charges £15 as a fee to cancel. It's a risk of £15 only. If it works, profit if £85
Update; lodged complaint at Amex; got email today complaint has been closed: I had zero contact from them. When they checked said no notes or any detail so closed issue hoping I'd go away. Big mistake: so now told them I have complaint raised against original complaint and expect call back within 24hours. Do not open a new case! Reopen current and bang it out of sla .... this is going to get bumpy fast....
What amazes me is the deal in the US for a BA card is JPMorgan Visa. You get 50k avions welcome bonus, no charges when using visa for buying tickets and card is free vs UK Amex where card is less accepted, 20k avois and card is £195 a year. Whole thing stinks. I've an even better story where BA charged me £1000 premium to fly to NZ from LHR where my parents flew identical trip but started in Toulouse through LHR and BAs explanation was "cost of living difference between UK and FR means we pay a higher ticket rate.... so essentially the message here is BA penalises Brits to use their own branded airline....
ra11

Completely agree - i just ripped Amex a new one - and stated WTF with all … Completely agree - i just ripped Amex a new one - and stated WTF with all the BA money i spend - i jsut booked £1000+ tickets on amex 2 days ago!! Manager offered a one off £50 credit... i told him to Fk off and poke it. No more AMEX and no more BA - i am done with these @rsholes - PS gold status - woopdi-doo - they still ram ALL levels onto the plane at the same time unless you fly 1st (which i rarely do now as its no better than business) - 2 years of BA BS - fed up. Moving to Star Alliance - pity I'll lose 400k+ airmiles but those are useless too



Im with you brother. The best thing Id like to do with my BA silver card, is shove it as far up Alex Cruz's ar*e as possible !!
unhappybunny

Ive almost had it with BA, robbing b******s. They don't care about … Ive almost had it with BA, robbing b******s. They don't care about peoples loyalty as this deal shows. And making us pay for our GnT's and calling it an 'enhancement' ... they must think people are thick to swallow that crap!If it wasn't for the fact I am silver, so get in the lounge so I can take 4 beers and some bags of crisps on board with me to f*** BOB - then I wouldn't bother flying them ever again... robbing gits


Completely agree - i just ripped Amex a new one - and stated WTF with all the BA money i spend - i jsut booked £1000+ tickets on amex 2 days ago!! Manager offered a one off £50 credit... i told him to Fk off and poke it. No more AMEX and no more BA - i am done with these @rsholes - PS gold status - woopdi-doo - they still ram ALL levels onto the plane at the same time unless you fly 1st (which i rarely do now as its no better than business) - 2 years of BA BS - fed up. Moving to Star Alliance - pity I'll lose 400k+ airmiles but those are useless too
From Manchester: August/September Miami, Orlando & Everglades 16 Night Family Holiday: British Airways Flights, Car Hire, Good Central Hotels @ Ebookers £606.47pp £2425.89 @ Ebookers
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rickj

Congratulations on being the biggest ars%%le this site has ever seen … Congratulations on being the biggest ars%%le this site has ever seen .Keep it up



duly reported for being exactly what you claim me to be ​
Always go to Florida in September - great sales Labor weekend :-)
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I have mentioned driving in my initial post and I know this won't suit everyone because it does involve some driving, but you can add more stops in as a halfway point if you wish. Those sound like great bargain flight prices, you were very lucky to get those. It sounds like you've done Orlando before and it would be great for you to share some tips if there are better ideas.

A work colleague just returned from a similar itinerary to what I posted, flying into Miami as oppose to Orlando over Easter with her two kids as it was so much cheaper and drove straight to Orlando from Miami after landing! I've seen lots of posts on Tripadvisor and LP forums about flying into Miami and driving to Orlando and it seems to be very common with people looking for cheaper flight prices.
rickj

Congratulations on being the biggest ars%%le this site has ever seen … Congratulations on being the biggest ars%%le this site has ever seen .Keep it up



Coming from the man who has NEVER posted a deal in nine years membership but goes to the trouble of having an avatar is really quite funny (_;)

This is not a good deal by the way. Someone who suggests driving for four hours to then spend what's left of it going around Kennedy Space Centre before another two hour journey to their hotel clearly hasn't a clue about arranging a holiday itinerary, just Google day trip from Miami to KSC.

Then there's that drive towards Miami after the parks. That's a five hour drive that is actually furtherthan Miami, but don't let facts get in the way. I've done Miami Orlando as such, only because I was fortunate enough to get £103 return flights through family ties and if I hadn't I would never have done it nor would I recommend it.

And they have the cheek to be called travel expert.


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..plus nearly the same again to get in to Disneyworld..
BA flight Gran Canaria to London (one-way) various dates - £12 via KAYAK
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I saw this a couple of days ago and thought it was an error. All flights from Gran Canaria back to London throughout May were £14 on BA website. There are still various dates avail… Read more
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wow this is dirt cheap
nice find op
The cheap BA flight "Operated by Iberia Express For Iberia".
Shame it is not the other way round as wouldn't be bothered about coming back!
mymymy

oil on 12 beaches from a ferry accident.


False news are so false news. Starting from 12 beaches. You are right some of the beaches affected, but only 8 according to local news. All 8 beaches are North ones, so usual touristic places are not affected.
Water is 22 C now, and +25 sunny weather. Please stop commenting something you do not know ;/
oil on 12 beaches from a ferry accident.
Manchester to New York Flight British Airways (via Sky Scanner) - Summer School Holidays £347pp
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Not a bad price during summer holidays... I checked from 26th Aug to 4th September but you can check couple of days +/- and still get the similar price.. Various flights and optio… Read more
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sms12

I checked same dates from London Heathrow is £360 direct virgin/delta … I checked same dates from London Heathrow is £360 direct virgin/delta which is very good for august.



Agreed but that was from London and I need to travel from Manchester in same price
Cold. Economy.
I checked same dates from London Heathrow is £360 direct virgin/delta which is very good for august.
funkeymunkey

as long as it isn't united, heat


Ah, a City supporter, I see...
Butlins,  an extra £50 off - Ends 04/04/17
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Butlin have a sale on ..... here it is and I hope you like it. I have been on numerous holidays in the UK recently amd sincerely I have seen some breath taking sights and had som… Read more
Butlins is to pricey now, they are trying to be an up market holiday venue when they are actually a chav tastic magnet of over priced food and beer.
You can go for a chav tastic all inclusive week in Spain for the price you pay for 3 to 4 nights at Butlins.
Ive been in the past approx £280 to 350 for a family of 5 for 4 nights which was alright.
Same holiday at butlins is approx £1500 now! Really £1500 cant believe they can charge these prices .Only Wish my wages would rise this quick,but unfortunately they don't so its a big no from me
Edited by: "davnav" 2nd Apr 2017
£800 for 3 nights? Wowzers lol
We are currently at butluns with our kids ... yes it def has it's tacky sides to it ... but also still fun for kids ... we don't eat at butlins .... we have a excellent curry retiring we go too in Bognor called cardamom bay ... prices are on par with the food prices at butlins but meal is amazing .

we are staying in the wave hotel ... and have a sea view we payed £342.00 for the fi to mon

My two boys have enjoyed Skegness Butlins the 2 or 3 times we've been.
I hate their marketing though - we receive a constant barrage of "must end soon!" deals through the post.
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Quidco might actually be available at 6.45% for new customers/2.15% at Travelzoo.
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topcashback ?


Don't think so.
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Ordered with the bag, thanks OP
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Sambat

Getting fed up with these £10 Quidco deals, they don't seem to get … Getting fed up with these £10 Quidco deals, they don't seem to get paid.The 72hours I was told by Quidco is now just under 2 months.


Agreed, still waiting for it to track from the Book Depository deal at the beginning of December....
Getting fed up with these £10 Quidco deals, they don't seem to get paid.
The 72hours I was told by Quidco is now just under 2 months.
Edited by: "Sambat" 6th Jan 2017
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