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£308pp 4 day North Iceland Akureyri Adventure. Flights, Car Rental, Guesthouses. Dettifoss, Myvatn, Godafoss, Whale Watching @
Found 15 h, 38 m agoFound 15 h, 38 m ago
We went on a holiday last year to Iceland did the South of Iceland, this year we did just the north. Just returned and thought we'd share as we were lucky and had been given lots o… Read more
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Yes, I've been to Iceland. If you paid €11 for a burger you got a bargain.. in Iceland.


Thanks everyone :) forgot to add check maps for driving times as people have different expectations of distances. And Northern lights: don't expect them too much as Tabbyboy says. It was lucky we seen them.


Have you ever been? I went this year and that is not the case. Obviously it is a bit more expensive but I had a burger and chips on the slopes for 11 euros.


Great post with some very helpful info. Thanks for sharing


Ahhh yes, who can forget those grab a Whale Wednesdays pub nights... (lipstick)

From London Luton or Doncaster: May Half Term 1 Week in Cyprus for Family of 5 or 6 people, Flights, Luggage, 3 Bedroom Villa with Private Pool & Car Hire from £354.50pp @ Tui
20/05/2018Expires on 20/05/2018Found 20 h, 13 m agoFound 20 h, 13 m ago
I'm not sure if this appeals to anyone but for larger families (5 or 6 people) I think this looks a cracking price for May half term week (the flight times are rubbish and arrive b… Read more
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Either tell the whole story or none of the story, Don't cherry pick. There is documented evidence why the Turks went over. Cypriots on both sides have been displaced.


Good to see a deal for family of 5.


You do know that there is no such thing as "Northern Cyprus"? there is only one Cyprus and a part of it was invaded by Turkey and has been illegally occupied for more than 44 years despite all UN solutions? Cypriots were displaced and have no access to their lands which the Turks rent for profit.


When the flights alone with Tui are over £400 (not including luggage, accommodation or car hire - see pic) this seems far more appealing)!


Better to go to Northern Cyprus. Cheaper.

£344pp for 7 nights to Florida.  Includes dreamliner flights, Double room (room only) and car hire @ Tui.  Use code DREAM150 gets £150 off £1500 to get this price
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Just searching for holidays during May half term and came across this deal. £344pp, Included are dreamliner flights from Gatwick, Double room at the COCO KEY HOTEL & WATERPARK… Read more

Hi we brought ours in advance as it was cheaper and buying them in advance ment we got the Disney memory maker and fast track for some rides, where as if we brought them in Florida we wouldn’t have got that. I found ticket prices online and Thomas Cook matched them. And we used uber over there to get to the Disney parks as it was cheaper than the bus or taxi


It's expensive no matter where you buy the tickets and there's no way around it either, if you want to go to the park you have to pay the (astronomical) price. When we went last June we bought from but have a look about as the companies that sell the tickets often try to outdo each other with perks or free add ons.


Hi, would you be able to advise on where is the best place to buy park tickets from? In advance or at the parks or do you know any websites? Kind regards


We stayed at coco keys last year and had a fantastic time, great location for getting to Disney and universal, they even put on a free bus to universal


Us too, we'd have booked if it didn't eat into term.

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15 nights in Orlando, flights accommodation and car hire - £930 for family of 4 @ Thomas Cook
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
flying from manchester on the 17th april till 2nd may with thomas cook staying at the Baymont Inn & Suites on international drive,,term time I know but just pay the fine for th… Read more

That's a shame - hopefully they will get it sorted. I find the drive from Tampa much more relaxing. I'll be clearing immigration in Philly this year so hoping that isn't as bad...


I used to think the same but last month we flew into Tampa and since they’ve added the new self-use terminals the queues for non-Americans were massive, as bad as Orlando Intl... I spoke to someone I know who worked there and theysaid it was becoming a problem. Basically not enough terminals...


Only certain locations do "Skip the line" and allow you to pick your own car - if they do and you have registered you don't go to the desk at all, just get into a car and drive away. MCO does it, SFB doesn't.


Not necessarily I'm afraid. I flew into San Francisco in September and pre-registered so all I had to do was go to the car hire desk, show my documents and then go straight to the car park and pick my car. In reality, that didn't happen - far from it. I was told they were getting "my" car ready so asked me to wait. Meanwhile one after another came and went pretty quickly, although there were quite a few others made to wait. After a while I went back to the desk and pointed out I was supposed to just go and pick my car. I was told no, because they didn't have any cars available in the class I booked (SUV). I was again told that they were preparing "my" car. In the end we waited well over an hour and was eventually given keys to "my" car. I again asked why I was not allowed to go and pick my own car and they said they only had one in that class available. Well imagine my surprise, not to mention ire and disbelief, when I got to the relevant area to get the car that there were 30+ almost identical cars and mine was in amongst them! I went back to have a moan (much to my family's displeasure!) and couldn't see the guy so spoke to a colleague and he said he had no idea what I was talking about and didn't recognise the colleague that I described to him that was right next to him 5 minutes earlier! No idea what that was all about but on that occasion pre-registering had no effect at all.


You've hit unlucky there - SFB is sometimes busy but MCO is only occasionally quiet... A few times at SFB I've been pulling away in my hire car about 40-45 minutes from touching down. The last time I flew into MCO it took longer than that to get my luggage from the carousel, never mind get through immigration. If you're hiring through Alamo at MCO you can preregister before you leave to completely skip the (incredibly long) car hire line, go straight to the garage and pick your own vehicle. That's a significant time saver. Info here:

One way car Hire - £1, selected routes and dates
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
If you're lucky enough to live near one of the collection points, and want to go to somewhere near a drop off, this is an excellent way to travel. Direct link for those who have… Read more
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Had bad experience with Europecar Preston. I never got my car when and where I wanted and had to catch a 1hr30 min bus home instead of a 20 min car go. All I got was 'it's not an exact science'!


You are glass half full kinda a guy :)


How do you know what size of car you will get?


So why pay a pound?


or looking at it a different way, reducing pollution and road usage through connecting a person who needs to travel with a vehicle that needs to move thereby saving a duplicate journey

20% off car hire excess cover - reducemyexcess
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
I’m hiring a car in Palermo for the Easter break but the hire company’s excess waiver was too costly so went with these guys. The price with discount seemed very reasonable by comp… Read more
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£50 off Car Hire with code @ Opodo
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Enter your Flight Number and the code should Work can be removed at any Time
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Here is the direct link with a choice of companies.


You can buy stand stand alone CDW here in the UK for europe and world wide. Check out . I looked on there last night and for 5 days it was about £15 for £6000 cover. You can buy an annual policy for under £40.


The add-ons are very expensive. Even with the £50 off I can find cheaper elsewhere if I'm adding say a second driver or additional insurance to cover excess


How to use this? Just tried. Doesn’t work. Cold

Enterprise Car Club - £25 for 24 Hours with no deposit
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
The special rate vehicles are back after going missing over Christmas and after looking at the booking system it doesn't just seem to be the smaller cars this time around either th… Read more

Yep I left some suggested locations and my email address via their website. At the moment enterprise are the only car club operatives in Bradford, and even they have only 2 or 3 bays. Honestly I don't really need the service personally, was more for a younger newly passed sibling that wants to get on the road occasionally, thought this may be a great way to have a car occasionally without investing ridiculous money into owning their own


It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw Enterprise's £750 and thought "Wow that's cheap!" after coming from Hertz 24/7's car club who charged young people a whopping £1550 excess plus a £250 upfront deposit to use their cars or vans. Have you tried contacting Co-Wheels and requesting a car? They'd have to speak to the council to get parking spaces and permits unless a local residence or company with a good location can offer a parking space, but I've been speaking to their fleet guy recently and they just put in an order to Toyota and Renault for some more new cars. They have the availability so now is definitely the time to ask! Be warned - Co-Wheels cars do get a bit annoying as you can't keep the car key during the booking. You have to log in and out with the smart card to lock and unlock. Especially if you're like me and often running back and forth carrying heavy items into or out of the car.


£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensive Co-wheels excess is lower, closer to £250, with a lower £5 monthly fee (which isn't payable if you spend more than £5 on car hire in that month). Saying that it all comes down to availability and location. Co- wheels have nothing within 50 miles of my location, enterprise have one car within 1mile of my home


What's the excess?


Edited in the rolling membership fees yesterday to make that clearer to others looking at the deal. I'll add in the vouchercloud(?) driving credit offer too. Thanks for pointing it out! It's a shame that referral codes aren't allowed on HUKD from what I can see. We'd both get more than £15 each that way.

Volvo S60 T4 (190 BHP) SE NAV £225 p/m NO DEPOSIT Car Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Saw the S90 deal go hot earlier this week, I had my Arteon from here. Received a mailer for this S60 from them yesterday, one of my friends has ordered on my recommendation with a… Read more

That was for Scotland - in England the Fiesta was the top selling car last year


I agree best car I have ever driven at the end of the day the comfort is second to none


Don't buy the petrol as it drinks to no end, I have the diesel R design auto and it averages 42mpg in town and 65mpg on the motorway. I normally get 650-750 miles to a tank. Could not recommend the car higher but would never entertain a manual gearbox


Very astute those drivers.


Doesn't make it a good car. It's an average, cheap small car at best.

Car Hire: Holiday Autos Jan Sale - 10,000 cars from £4.99 per day
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Holiday Autos annual sale is live. Usually a good time to use them to secure a good deal on car hire from the bigger suppliers (Hertz, Avis, Enterprise). Think you can get extra … Read more

The fuel/admin fee needs to be added


Had a poor experience with these jokers over extra charges in a US car hire booking. my mistake was being foolish enough to think that they would be of help to you in the event of any difficulty. they basically refused to help - after some very little enquiries saying that 'the problem was between me and the car hire firm' . I'm pretty sure that consumer law says that when making a purchase through a vendor you are entering into a contract with them? I know that the booking concerned a US hire, but I still paid 'Holiday Autos' and they have been very poor. Just thought I'd echo the comments above about checking very carefully who the actual provider is when you book.


just did a search there and not a single car was offered at the £4.99 price. COLD!


and don't buy any extras which some company's try to make you think you have to, buy car hire excess insurance beforehand on the net, its cheap, you can risk not having any but i think its not worth the risk for what it costs.


@tinca There seems to be a lot available at that price, e.g. here

ONE WAY 24 hour CAR RENTAL £1 with Europcar
Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
Just fill it up with fuel and away you go.

That was your daft decision and nothing to do with the rental company.


That's a deal breaker. Can't be faffing around.




What's the age limit on these?


so you have to pay for fuel? is it cheaper than taking train?

Lease Car - 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation (£916.32 intial, + 198 fee + £152.72pcm = £4,626.88 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
Seems a reasonable deal to me, though i'm sure there are experts out there who will know better. 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation Car £916 inital payment £198 processing fee £… Read more
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I assume that's why the VAG group have released the 1.5tsi but I can't get an answer out of them for when we'll see it in the Tiguan (the one I'm after).... I guess they are keeping it hush so they can flog the diesels and old 1.4 tsi stock ;)


Shock horror


That probably explains why the auto gave 22mpg from in town driving from cold as it seemed to spend its time shifting down to an unsuitable gear every time you pull away (we averaged about 8mph). I didn't like the interior either, the insturment panel was too fussy and the one we got didn't have a reversing camera and had carp rear visibility.


Common misconception. Talking about bhp when I asked if it had a massive turbo. You can get 1500bhp+ out of 2 litre engine, doesn't mean you can get 750bhp out of a 1 litre. My question related to the size of the turbo and real world fuel economy. After having a quick look online I see the answer is yes it has a big turbo, yes it has a fair bit of turbo lag and unless you act like the accelerator pedal is made fine China you will get very poor mpg. Side note, it's really slow, 90% of owners will rev it too hard and go into positive pressure thus making it really quite poo on fuel economy too. Has a nice interior tho!



Avis One way car hire for £9.99 to London or Manchester from multiple locations
Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
Drive an Avis car to London or Manchester for £9.98 on a one day one way rental.It sounds too good to be true but really you’re doing us a favour. We often need to move cars from o… Read more
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This is amazing!


Yeah - for £200!


Unfortunately not compatible with the 10% off code (lol)


Hmm I didn't know this was a thing, interesting! Have to look into it more and see if it can save me the £90 odd to park at Heathrow. Although, the chance of a car being available on the exact day I need to go from one specific location to another seems a bit low!


Maybe you live in London and need to get home !

From Leeds: Easter School Holidays Family of 4 Ibiza - Family Friendly Location, Car Hire & Flights £147.35pp £589.35 @ Ryanair/Direct
Found 12th Nov 2017Found 12th Nov 2017
Lots of people looking for Easter hols already and I think this is a great bargain for Easter. Flying from Leeds on 1 April and returning on 8/9 April, book flights on www.ryanair… Read more
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Oh let the nearly north have one bargain!! You guys can get to ask the London airports there's deals-a-plenty surely!!? ;) 8)


May and October are the months I would go. My daughter and her family went to Santa Eulalia last Easter and really enjoyed it but then had a hire Car and toured the Island.Not many tourists then and the resorts tend to open for holidaymakers early in May. Not driving might restrict you early in the season.


Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything directly relating to this time of year. We don’t mind quiet as long as there’s still plenty open/plenty for the little one to do


Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to visit Ibiza but you might find it a bit quiet. I’ve stayed a lot in Santa Eulalia and rate it highly


I did read some positive Tripadvisor reviews

From Luton: 7 Night Ski Holiday 16-23 December - Flights, Car Hire, Ski Pass & Ski Hire £228.77pp/£1143.96 for 5 people @ Snowtrex
Found 31st Oct 2017Found 31st Oct 2017
This doesn't seem a bad deal at all for a ski holiday 16-23 December, especially as for some it's the school holidays. This price is based on a family of 5, 2 adults and 3 children… Read more
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5 and luggage! Defo squish! (highfive) :D


​Yeah, it may be a bit of a squish, but the journey is only short. Alternatively if there are more of you and you are booking a bigger room you could look at hiring two cars.


More of a risk getting 5 adults in a Polo! (embarrassed)


Great deal, should be ok for snow but definitely a risk, artificial snow and other activities means it could still be brilliant.


Bit of a gamble on snow.

From London: 17 night Oct/Nov South NZ Holiday £2136.10 (for two) £1068.10pp Inc flights, all accommodation & car hire  @ Ebookers
Found 11th Aug 2017Found 11th Aug 2017
Here is a nice little NZ trip, visiting the key sights of the South island. You can spend weeks in NZ and its such a beautiful country with many gorgeous scenery, hiking and vast c… Read more
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I am still unable to see flights for £1059 so I would say this deal is expired :( it's a shame it would have been a good deal otherwise, hope someone manage to get lucky, if you are still thinking about it it's probably too late.


This is incredibly good value, I've done most these places, spectacular place and really worth it! Personally I'd want a week in Queenstown though.


Seems like a good but how do you get flights for £1059 on traveltrolley ? I tried travel trolley and skyscanner 29th of Oct to 17th of Nov from Heathrow to Christchurch for 2 people and the best deal I can find is £1384.94 with Quantas, China Southern shows £1766, or have the prices dramatically changed already ?


Means you get an additional driver for free, no extra cost. Normally you have to pay for an additional driver.


Car hire £139.86 on with free driver and unlimited mileage. What does free driver mean?

From Manchester: 2 Week Family of 4 to Orlando 4-18 August, Direct Flights (Meal & Luggage), Car Hire & Hotel just £666.25pp/Whole Family £2662 @ Thomson
LocalLocalFound 20th Jul 2017Found 20th Jul 2017
This seems a really good deal for August school holidays, 2 weeks with direct flights (with meals and luggage), car hire and hotel. The flights alone with luggage and meals are mor… Read more
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cheap ways of getting park tickets?


I go all the time and i only got back on the 16th July on my most recent trip. Florida is not cheap for shopping or clothes, i found very few bargains at 4th July sales and shopping in walmart/publix to a supermarket here is so much more expensive for most food items


​Price up any holiday outside of school time and you'll pay less, nothing new there.


What i meant was i pay £1.5K including fines in term time, 2 weeks for 2A&2C at the Rosen Pointe in May this year with Thomas Cook cost us £1400 (could have booked a cheaper hotel for £1050). Travelling to Orlando in August is a rip off due to the flight costs, the hotels are pretty cheap as it's not the best time to visit (very hot and humid). We always pay around this price in April/May.

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