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Enterprise Car Club - £25 for 24 Hours with no deposit
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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
Tj1418 h, 14 m ago

It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw …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.


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
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109place7 h, 38 m ago

£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. En …£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensiveCo-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


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.
kebabthief7 h, 33 m ago

What's the excess?


£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
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What's the excess?
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intime2 h, 9 m ago

You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important …You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important point. Even with the subscription, this is still a great offer. Thank you for posting.Also don't forget the £15 driving credit for new customers VCLOUD15


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
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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
admirable13 h, 46 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


That was for Scotland - in England the Fiesta was the top selling car last year
iBuyWhatIWant6th Jan

Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a …Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that still runs like a breeze! Best cars tbh



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
Chris06096th Jan

Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was …Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was huge. I had to go forward and then reverse a number of times to get out of Heathrow car park. Drivers behind thought I was an idiot. Good price if you can tolerate the turning circle. Mind you this might have been sorted by now: be sure to check it on a test drive.


Very astute those drivers.
admirable3 h, 2 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


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
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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!
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wendyak9 m ago

They tell you who the hire is with before you commit so its easy to pick …They tell you who the hire is with before you commit so its easy to pick one that you know and trust.


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.
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tinca1 h, 4 m ago

4,99£ per day yeahhhhh, and one day man will land on the moon.


@tinca There seems to be a lot available at that price, e.g. here
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ONE WAY 24 hour CAR RENTAL £1 with Europcar
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Just fill it up with fuel and away you go.
saqtheman1st Jan

Well it shows that they need a bank statement/utility bill of the last …Well it shows that they need a bank statement/utility bill of the last three months in addition to the card you pay with online, your drivers license and the £250 deposit. I’m thinking this could get tricky if someone else in your home pays the bills and your bank statements are paperless (so all online without your address on)

That's a deal breaker. Can't be faffing around.
saqtheman1st Jan

Well it shows that they need a bank statement/utility bill of the last …Well it shows that they need a bank statement/utility bill of the last three months in addition to the card you pay with online, your drivers license and the £250 deposit. I’m thinking this could get tricky if someone else in your home pays the bills and your bank statements are paperless (so all online without your address on)


Thanks
What's the age limit on these?
so you have to pay for fuel? is it cheaper than taking train?
zubairakhtar375 h, 54 m ago

Would you care to elaborate my friend on proof of addresses. What's the …Would you care to elaborate my friend on proof of addresses. What's the best way to do that?


Well it shows that they need a bank statement/utility bill of the last three months in addition to the card you pay with online, your drivers license and the £250 deposit. I’m thinking this could get tricky if someone else in your home pays the bills and your bank statements are paperless (so all online without your address on)
Lease Car - 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line Navigation (£916.32 intial, + 198 fee + £152.72pcm = £4,626.88 total) @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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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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markymark3417th Dec

Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce …Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce 400bhp so 140 from a 1L is hardly pushing the limits. Having said that I am not sure I would want a 5 year old one of these. The original vw 1.4tsi engine was a disaster. Turbo charging and super charging is not a great idea in a shopping trolley


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
m5rcc17th Dec

Change the price too - still has the old price!


Shock horror
richyjwill5 h, 27 m ago

Common misconception. Talking about bhp when I asked if it had a massive …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!



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.
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markymark3418 h, 20 m ago

Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce …Common misconception. 2litre turbo engines have been known to produce 400bhp so 140 from a 1L is hardly pushing the limits. Having said that I am not sure I would want a 5 year old one of these. The original vw 1.4tsi engine was a disaster. Turbo charging and super charging is not a great idea in a shopping trolley


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
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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!
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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!
johnszi232 h, 20 m ago

Cool idea, but...How you get back home?


Maybe you live in London and need to get home !
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From Leeds: Easter School Holidays Family of 4 Ibiza - Family Friendly Location, Car Hire & Flights £147.35pp £589.35 @ Ryanair/Direct
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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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square8812th Nov

Anything from London?Thanks


Oh let the nearly north have one bargain!! You guys can get to ask the London airports there's deals-a-plenty surely!!?
mike16091213 m ago

Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything d …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



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.
Norman-B13 m ago

Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to …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


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
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mike16091218 m ago

Hi, has anyone stayed in Cala Valdella around these dates willing to share …Hi, has anyone stayed in Cala Valdella around these dates willing to share their experience?Thinking of booking with my wife and 5 year old boy. A big concern would be entertainment and things To do as we don’t drive so can’t car hire to travel muchSearched the internet and haven’t found many answers for this time of year?Thank you



I did read some positive Tripadvisor reviews tripadvisor.co.uk/Hot…tml
From Luton: 7 Night Ski Holiday 16-23 December - Flights, Car Hire, Ski Pass & Ski Hire £228.77pp/£1143.96 for 5 people @ Snowtrex
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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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rachelandgromit10 m ago

​Yeah, it may be a bit of a squish, but the journey is only short. A …​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.


5 and luggage! Defo squish!
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spinks46 m ago

More of a risk getting 5 adults in a Polo!

​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!
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
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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.
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 15th Aug 2017
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 ?
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kutekitty4 h, 6 m ago

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


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 economybookings.com 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
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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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bilo999

cheap ways of getting park tickets?


Nope
cheap ways of getting park tickets?
nwressell

Have you ever been? Florida can be very cheap for shopping and clothes. … Have you ever been? Florida can be very cheap for shopping and clothes. Unless you eating and staying at Disney so I have to disagree with your comment.



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
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mtc112 m ago

What i meant was i pay £1.5K including fines in term time, 2 weeks for …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.

​Price up any holiday outside of school time and you'll pay less, nothing new there.
AdamBrunt2 h, 20 m ago

(a) what fines - this is in the school holidays ?(b) good luck finding any …(a) what fines - this is in the school holidays ?(b) good luck finding any semi-decent holiday in mid-August for 2 weeks for 4 people for £2.5k net alone £1.5k


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.
Explore Costa Rica 2 Week Trip Inc Car Hire and Good Hotels £689.95pp £1389.90 @ Ebookers
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Checkout this two week trip to the Costa Rica. It includes car hire and some lovely accommodation which all has great reviews. You could do this cheaper staying in hostels or small… Read more
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50 in October so watching your posts with great interest. Need ideas!
Spent about 3 weeks . Beautiful place. Did all the above places , cant recommend C.R. enough. So much to see and do. They have a great education system and are also one of the best countries in the world regarding conservation .
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25% Off UK car hire @ Europcar
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Special discount using wuntu app but no need of code if used the link above. Seems like anyone can use this 25% off discount offer. 13 days to expire. Terms & Conditions Ple… Read more
Turns out, it's cheaper to hire a car when buying airtickets with EasyJet - 200EUR with EasyJet vs £192 (exchange is 1.15 today, 220EUR) with the 25% discount. So not always the cheapest, keep an eye out if you're doing the same as me.
Thanks - will be popping back in August and this will do nicely!
Pity they dont do a code for Europe - I would have booked
Can't get it from these guys even though my points expired
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Narcotix

Just what I was after.. Thanks OP!


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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This is an August/September family holiday (based on 2A and 2C) to Miami/Orlando. You leave Manchester on 19/08 and leave Miami on 04/09 - I think this may be the day after the kid… Read more
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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..
From Bristol: August School Holiday to Sardinia based on 2A 2C in flights, car hire, apartment with sea view £304.12pp
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Another brilliant value school holiday deal, this time from Bristol. Leaving Bristol on 17 August and returning 24 August. You fly into Olbia in Sardinia and I've included a four … Read more
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Sophiasky

When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via … When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via Easy Jet - how do I select an option just for the flights (so that I can then go to Booking.com for accommodation)? Thank you.



Try this link

easyjet.com/en/
When I click on the link, it says that I have to book accommodation via Easy Jet - how do I select an option just for the flights (so that I can then go to Booking.com for accommodation)? Thank you.
Great find on the flight prices, and at nice times too.
Think I will stick with Poland.
Great price. Good find OP.

Very expensive when their though.
BMW 5 Series @ Sixt car Rental £49.00 Per day
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Nice little extra for a weekend/week away. Availability - price based on a 7 day prepaid rental / 3 day weekend rental for car category  PDAR (includes BMW 5 series) from 01/03/ … Read more
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118luke

Lol - renting out a BMW to show off for a few days...Nah, ill stick to my … Lol - renting out a BMW to show off for a few days...Nah, ill stick to my 6 month old Range Rover Sport thanks



This may come in handy whilst the Range is in for repairs?

And congrats on the recent lottery win;
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rooney10

I often do use my indicators funnily enough , its mostly the Merc drivers … I often do use my indicators funnily enough , its mostly the Merc drivers I find to be the problem , y'know the ones from the council estates


Mercs don't need indicators on the motorway. They only use the middle lane.
rooney10

Grandad , Is that you ? ...... We've spoken at great length about these … Grandad , Is that you ? ...... We've spoken at great length about these jokes haven't we , I thought you had taken on board what I said ;)If this continues I am going to have to write to the manager at your care home and get them to ban you from using the internet !PS - Most comments like that are borne out of jealousy and nothing less , very embarrassing imo


To be fair all BMWs come with indicators its just that many people who drive them seem unaware of what they are used for... however it seems that indicating in general is becoming far less frequent..
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89quidyoucantgowrong

Why don't you just use your indicators instead of getting salty?



I often do use my indicators funnily enough , its mostly the Merc drivers I find to be the problem , y'know the ones from the council estates
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...who rents a taxi to show off?
11 nights B&B in Orlando for £281 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Manchester, Hotel, Luggage, Meals & Car Hire Thomas cook
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Package holiday to Orlando based on 4 adults (probably similar prices with children). Most likely won't suit everyone but is very cheap! There are other hotels/dates available but… Read more
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Conchiron

Anyone actually done one of these sub £400 holidays? I've been twice, … Anyone actually done one of these sub £400 holidays? I've been twice, both times flights with Virgin cost more than these holidays. Can't help but feel like I've been ripped off massively. These sub £400 holidays, even after adding tickets and food, seem significantly more affordable.Are they worth doing? After adding tickets, food, and spends, what else is left to pay for?Thank you.



I did one of these cheap packages last year, paid about £1600 for four adults for flights/hotel. I also paid £700 for a villa for two weeks and never even checked in to the hotel. Just liked having the option for a hotel incase my villa hire went wrong, plus the bonus of ATOS for a package holiday.
Its not a cheap holiday, Car hire and insurance - £300 for two weeks, Universal and Disney ticket combo £580 per person (depends on where you buy). Theme park, parking $20 a day. Poor exchange rate has put me off booking for a while, Theme park tickets have gone up by about £150 per person compared with last year.
londonguy118

Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around … Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined



I will buy the holiday off you if you don't want it anymore if that helps?
londonguy118

Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around … Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined


This happened to us so we went to the travel agent in the airport and they said we could pay to go on the shuttle to our hotel which we did. Our hotel offered transport to the parks and we used the I Trolley to get around which isn't expensive.
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kitana8

can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something … can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?



Just do a search for all dates. There's the 5-12th May for 2 people @ £410pp but then you get £200 off so it is £310pp
can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?
10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com
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Found 12th Apr 2017Found 12th Apr 2017
This deal is based on 3 adults flying out to Las Vegas from London Gatwick on 27th November 2017 and returning 7th December 2017. Itinerary 27th - 30th November - Las Vegas 1st … Read more
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commenter141 h, 2 m ago

Reported for the disgusting, infantile insults. Not to mention you lying.


Firstly, you started with the insults. "Get a life".

Secondly, I work in the book industry and just visited LA for my Honeymoon, happy to prove that in any way neccessary for any sort of moderator.

LA is beautiful, the roads are very easy to drive on, just didn't want anyone put off by your inane comments.

Have a nice life.
Erko4 h, 53 m ago

No I had this post bookmarked as I just got back from a trip to LA. Eejit.


Reported for the disgusting, infantile insults. Not to mention you lying.
commenter1446 m ago

Why are you replying to a comment I wrote in April? Are you employed by …Why are you replying to a comment I wrote in April? Are you employed by the LA tourism board? Get a life.


No I had this post bookmarked as I just got back from a trip to LA. Eejit.
Erko3 m ago

What a load of rubbish, the roads in LA are brilliant and there is TONS to …What a load of rubbish, the roads in LA are brilliant and there is TONS to see.


Why are you replying to a comment I wrote in April? Are you employed by the LA tourism board? Get a life.
commenter1412th Apr

Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth …Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth seeing, but I've never met anyone who had a good word to say about LA. There's nothing there to see, just terrible roads. And who in their right mind would visit Phoenix? It would be ridiculous to go to those two places over San Francisco. It's an awful lot of very dull driving for such a short trip. Driving through the desert in a Toyota is hardly comparable to cruising down the coast in a convertible. And December? And three adults all sharing one room? These are cheap tricks to make it seem like a better deal. No one is actually going to book this so I'm not sure why it's getting heat. For a much better trip, fly to San Francisco, spend five nights there, then fly to Vegas for five nights (a short and dirt-cheap flight), paying for a tour of the Grand Canyon (via plane, unless you want to spend 16 hours on a coach).No need to hire a car!



What a load of rubbish, the roads in LA are brilliant and there is TONS to see.
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