Not at all. None of it would have started if you hadn’t of stated about carbon footprint
Then you've got it all wrong.... I was never moaning about anything. I posted this deal stating I can happily manage with one suitcase. But people like you were stating it's impossible which clearly it's not given we do it 3 times a year and can't even understand how people pack so much. I was then pointing out the carbon advantage if everyone packed like us. None of this dumb conversation would have even started if I wasn't called out on the fact I'm able to go on holiday with one suitcase!
Honestly all I’m seeing here is you moaning about what people pack and their footprint but yours don’t matter.
I'm not disagreeing with you.... But Cheapest flights in the dates we can do is TUI at £1084 a seat.... This is 4 times cheaper... It's either this or don't go. I made my choice.
If we all stopped flying to Oslo to save a couple hundred pound it would have a bigger impact.
Great price looked on map you can get straight on 192 no tolls or i5 Orlando traffic like Sanford and takes you into Kissimmee for great choice in Villas
I’ve always fancied Birmingham (lol) (lol) (lol)
Florida in June is hot, humid and it rains almost every day, because it's the rainy season. But you'll appreciate it cooling you down. July and August there though, no thanks, way too hot and humid. Best times to visit are March to April and September to October.
Same here it was between 99c and 104c the first time I went.
4* All Inclusive package holiday for 7 nights Hotel Rated 4.5/5 on Tripadvisor USE CODE 'RELAX' = £790 Total price (£890 -£100) Included: Return flights from Cardiff 2 Adults …
We just come back from Sousse and did not feel unsafe at all. There is a visible security presence near the coast. The locals and hotel staff are very welcoming for tourists. I don't know how the British would feel if every viist to London is innundated with posts of terroris bombings of Loindon and other UK cities.
When you start worrying about life as an odds game mate nowhere is safe.
There's an entire planet full of safe places to go, and this doesn't involve staying indoors. It's just a simple odds game, why go anywhere where there has been (relatively) recent terrorism? Also those secret police don't sound all that secret 😄
Going back on the 1st July for 2 weeks, returning to the royal kenz. Been twice before and for the money its great, weather is superb in early July. Would recommend to anyone.
We went here a year after the tragedy and the secret police were everywhere. They even approached us as we were waiting for a train. They took us in the police car to the local minibus stop and said that is a much more cheaper and safer form of transport. The people were very very welcoming and we didn't get pestered by anyone trying to force sell stuff. Life is what you make it and you can either stay holed up in the hotel in a 'safe' location or be free and experience something amazing.
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TUI Airways Platinum Hotel 24th May for 7 nights Half Board, 2 Adults + 1 child FREE (Under £ 245pp) USE CODE 'RELAX' = £734 Total price (£734 -£100) Hotel Golden Bahia de Tossa …
Great hotel. Went here about 8 years ago but been to 2 other Golden Hotels since. Highly recommend the Golden chain of hotels.
Went there a few years ago during the school holidays. Fantastic hotel! Plenty to do in the surrounding area and only a short walk to the beach. Here's a photo I took from the castle near the beach. Definitely recommend going.
If I have 2 kids, can I customise this to add another kid?
It is a great hotel,my wife and I have decided to book for the holiday (y)
Flights also available from Newcastle at same price
LAST MINUTE BARGAIN TUI Airways, PLATINUM 5* All Inclusive for 7 nights Tripadvisor Rating 4.5 USE CODE 'RELAX' = £744.66 Total price (£844.66 -£100) Included: Return flights Br…
Tooooooo far from the sea/beach unless you swimming pool only lover... What is the point to go si far and not ti be by the sea? Go Butlins instead in that case
You on holiday, put phone away, relax from economy and politics
Pack some Imodium
It's a great hotel.... beautiful sprawling grounds and very nicely manicured gardens and plus bars and communal areas etc.... evening entertainment is a bit meh and the food is plentiful but can seem a bit samey but I'd definitely return for the right deal
We did all that and still both got ill. Probably from the buffet food.
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Aviation has boomed in recent years, with the rise of low-cost short-haul airlines, new services from older long-haul companies, and innovations like online booking and check-in making flying cheaper and easier than ever. UK passengers are among some of the world’s best connected, with routes from major UK airports to destinations on every continent.
However, with such a wealth of choices, customers often struggle to find the best deals for their travel. This HotUKDeals buyer’s guide will help to solve that problem, and suggest other ideas to make your aviation experience as affordable and enjoyable as possible.
Passenger Aviation: A Short Story
Passenger aviation was one of the most radical inventions of the 20th century. Beginning in the 1920s, public and privately owned airlines began offering tickets on domestic, then international flights – with the UK in the vanguard.
Starting with the formation of Imperial Airways (which later became British Airways), UK companies began to bring together Europe and the wider world. Famous names like BOAC emerged, offering comfortable (if expensive) services to Africa, Asia and North America.
In the post-war era, innovation continued, with the introduction of jet engines in the 1950s cutting the journey times for routes such as London to New York, making transatlantic tourism more practical than ever before. The price of air travel continued to fall, opening up package holiday destinations on the Mediterranean Sea (and eventually destinations like the Caribbean). Supersonic passenger travel was even possible for thirty years with the development of Concorde (this has now been discontinued).
However, for everyday passengers, the key development would be more mundane: deregulation and the opening of new airports in the 1980s led to an explosion of budget airlines. Suddenly companies like Ryanair and Easyjet appeared, offering remarkably low prices. By using out of the way airports, offering no-frills on-board services and bargaining with UK airports, these companies revolutionised air travel for British customers.
The rise of the low-cost airlines coincided with the growth of the internet, resulting in beneficial consequences for air travellers. When services like Skyscanner emerged, they finally offered a way for ordinary people to search through the massive selection of flights, bypassing traditional travel agents.
Nowadays, air travel has become larger and more chaotic than ever, although it’s not hard to find great deals if you know how and where to look.
Where Can You Book Cheap Flights?
If you need to book a cheap flight to any worldwide destination, don’t just click on the most familiar link. You’ve probably got more options than you realise and you may well be missing out on the lowest prices. Here are some of the ways to book your ticket, but don´t forget to take a look at HotUKDeals first, because we deliver the cheapest option:
High street travel agents – Travel agents were once a common sight on UK high streets, but they aren’t any longer. These days, they are much rarer, but those that remain are still a useful place to visit if you are booking a trip. Specialist shops like STA Travel (who cater for younger travellers like students), Kuoni (who specialise in luxury travel experiences) and Hays (who are package holiday experts) can provide advice and will often match deals that you find online. They are also handy places to book all-inclusive holidays, with accommodation, transport and insurance all bundled together.
Airline websites – If all you need to book is a flight, airline websites are sometimes the best place to visit. British Airways, Easyjet, Virgin, FlyBe, Ryanair and Lufthansa all have search engines on their websites that allow you to consult schedules and make purchases. They may also have special portals for frequent fliers, enabling you to accumulate extra points when you book directly – something that flight aggregators don’t always include.
Flight search engines – Also known as flight aggregators, these sites are the most common port of call for online flight purchasers. Popular options include Skyscanner, Google Flights, Momondo, Expedia, Kayak and Skiplagged – all of which focus on finding the cheapest flights for your particular route. The reason they exist is to sift through the mountain of flight offers that appear online every day, and they are the first place to look whenever you need to make a booking. However, don’t take them as the final word. You may be able to negotiate a better price elsewhere. Some flights may have “hidden costs” for essentials like luggage and in-flight meals. It may also be cheaper to book all-in deals featuring hotels, car rentals and insurance elsewhere. They are a great starting point, and an excellent source of information about flight prices, but never book straight away. Always explore your options.
Online travel agents – Along with high street travel agents, you will also come across travel companies that operate exclusively online. For example Flight Centre, Opodo or Barrhead Travel allow you to book flights online. These companies differ from the flight aggregators mentioned above in that they tend to provide greater protection for customers’ bookings. When you use a service like Skyscanner, they won’t protect your booking or provide much support should your plans fall through. Travel agents offer much more peace of mind should problems arise.
Airport terminals – You can also go straight to the airport to book tickets. It may seem like something that happens only in the movies, but a surprisingly large number of business travellers like to book directly. Often, you’ll stand a better chance of being upgraded to a higher seat class, although there’s a greater risk of encountering a fully-booked plane. If you are flexible, and willing to call the airport desk regularly, it’s also a good way to find out about last minute discounts that don’t show up on major flight aggregators.
Phone bookings – Many travel agents and airlines allow you to book by phone – which can be a very handy option if you are on a bus or away from your computer for a variety of reasons. It’s not a bad option in any case, as you’ll have the chance to ask questions and talk through your options.
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What are the UK’s Major Passenger Airports?
Before you book your flight, it’s important to know where the major airports are in the UK, as you might be closer to a convenient take-off point than you think.
For many people in the south and south-west, London Heathrow and Gatwick are the major aviation hubs. Both offer flights across the world and are easy to access by road, train or bus.
Manchester is the nearest competitor to London’s two giants in terms of passenger numbers (although London Luton and Stansted come close as well). It’s a handy option for long-haul travellers in the north-west, Yorkshire and possibly the north-east.
If you need to fly from Scotland, both Edinburgh and Glasgow offer long-haul connections, while Aberdeen offers plenty of shorter hops to Europe. Edinburgh is also handy for travellers in the north-east of England, although Newcastle caters for many low-cost routes as well.
In the third tier of UK airports, you’ll find Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol and Belfast – large facilities with excellent transport links and daily connections to Europe, but rarely to longer-haul destinations.
If you intend to fly to North America or the Caribbean, your choices will be much more limited, with Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow operating flights across the Atlantic, and Manchester and the London Airports offering connections to the Far East.
What to Look For When Booking a Flight
When you come to make a flight booking, you aren’t just booking a seat and a journey. Plenty of other variables come into play that are part of the deal and getting them wrong can ruin your travel plans. Here are some key things to consider:
Luggage allowances – Everyone travels with some form of luggage, but we all have different needs. All airlines distinguish between checked and cabin luggage. Checked luggage is stored in the hold while you can take cabin bags on with you. Both are subject to limitations, which vary by airline. However, cabin luggage will typically be below 15kg and measure around 40 x 55 x 25cm. Checked baggage is larger and heavier, at around 30kg in Economy. Allowances vary by ticket class but anyone can purchase extra space with their tickets (although this becomes costly the more you add). Some airlines also offer radically stripped-down tickets that feature a zero-baggage allowance, even on transatlantic routes. These tend to be very cheap but you’ll have to pay steep fees to add luggage, so beware.
Check-in procedures – Every air traveller needs to check-in for their flight before travelling, and the vast majority of airlines offer online check-in 24 hours before flying to make this process as streamlined as possible. Take advantage of it, as the queues for check-in can be a real time suck. You’ll probably also be able to choose your seat if you check-in online, instead of having to take whatever is available on the day of your flight.
Airport transfers – Everybody needs a way to get to and from the airports they use, and these journeys can be included as part of your booking. Given that taxis and shuttle buses can be expensive, it makes sense to explore your transfer options when you book. Low-cost airlines can look superficially cheap, but if they fly to out of the way airports with poor transport links, the costs of getting into town can mount. So make a point of exploring cut-price transfers.
Airport lounges – Almost every airport in the world has a range of lounges targeted at different classes of passenger. If you want to relax as you wait for your flight, with complimentary drinks, magazines, snacks and even spa services, you can add business or luxury lounges to your booking when you buy your ticket. If you are a member of a frequent flier scheme, be sure to check your points, as you may well qualify for a lounge upgrade even without paying extra. Don’t miss out, it’s worth it for the extra space and services.
In-flight meals – Most flights feature some form of refreshment, but the quality and cost varies depending on the airline you choose. For example, you can fly across the Atlantic with some airlines for very little, but have to pay for wine, meals and snacks. Other airlines have excellent reputations for in-flight food (including Cathay Pacific and Air New Zealand), which can be a deal breaker on long-haul flights. If you are just flying to the Mediterranean, you may want to balance the desire for a meal with lower costs – or search for deals which combine the two.
Flight duration/stop-overs – Most major airlines offer comparable flight durations for the same journey, but it’s worth checking this if you are on a tight schedule. Different plane models perform differently (although the range of jets in use is limited). More importantly, check whether your journey requires a stopover. You’ll find plenty of choices for long-haul journeys, some more attractive (and cheaper) than others.
Services for families – If you are travelling as a family, you’ll probably want to make sure that the airline you choose has the entertainment and baby-changing facilities needed to cater for your needs. You can also purchase special family tickets which drive down the cost of taking kids abroad.
Surcharges and fees – The bane of many air travellers, hidden fees are often tacked onto flight bookings, sending them soaring to rates far above the bargain they thought they were getting. Your departure and destination airports will both impose taxes on your airline, adding costs, while the airline themselves may impose surcharges for credit cards and other services. Always double check before you finalise your booking.
Travel insurance – Insurance is vital for travellers who want to have peace of mind. With the right package, your possessions, finances, health and travel arrangements will be protected, making it easier to cope should something go wrong. Most travel agents offer insurance as part of the package, but work via partner companies, and this might not be the best option. Instead, check with travel insurance comparison sites like GoCompare or Compare the Market, visit the Post Office (who offer very competitive insurance deals) or check with your bank, as your debit or credit card account may also come with travel insurance attached.
How to Get Great Flight Deals
Now, let’s quickly outline some best practices for finding the very best flight deals. These aren’t rules as such, but they are guidelines that all air travellers should bear in mind when they search for their tickets.
Think about bundling your flight, hotel, car rental, transfers and insurance together. This can save money on your holiday as a whole (but comes with a loss of flexibility, and sometimes searching for the different elements can come up with cost savings).
Use price comparison websites for any travel services you book. Make Skyscanner your first port of call and note down the cheapest flights to places you want to travel.
Don’t assume that flight aggregators offer the best prices. They may be comprehensive, but they sometimes miss short term offers. Hidden fees can also change the picture somewhat, and prices could be matched by travel agents if you confront them with the discrepancy.
Use frequent flier programs if you are a member. Not all members make best use of their Avios or frequent flier points. Many deals involve combinations of Avios and current discounts, so be sure to factor that into your search.
Use your credit card to get cheap flights. Sometimes, credit cards come with links to major airlines. Yours may offer incentives like cheap, or even free, flights. Check the fine print to see whether this applies to you.
Check codeshare buddies: Airlines often book tickets on partner company’s flights via codeshare agreements. Don’t end up paying £200 more than the person next to you. Check airlines with the same codeshare, and you may well find that there are huge differences.
Think about your luggage and in-flight needs. If you are travelling with the family or golf clubs, you’ll definitely need plenty of hold or cabin space. But if you are heading to New York for a weekend, you can save huge amounts by carrying everything in one cabin bag. It might sound tough, but you’ll be surprised by how much you can pack into a rucksack.
It’s also really important to include the time of your holiday into your planning. When you travel is almost as crucial as where you go, or what class of ticket you choose.
Booking early is usually the route to the cheapest prices. If you have concrete plans, book a few months in advance and you’ll shave 40% or more off the final ticket price.
Last minute deals are available, but can’t be relied upon. They may come up, but aren’t generally well covered by flight aggregators. Instead, you could try sites like www.lastminute.com, or call the airline/airport to see if there are any last minute discounts.
Prices also tend to be higher at different times of year. For example, the summer holidays see a major price spike due to school holidays and peak beach holiday season. Book ahead or go for shoulder seasons when flight prices are low.
Flights will also be more expensive around Christmas and the New Year, when airlines know that they have a captive market. However, there's a silver lining, as flights tend to be cheaper after Christmas. Prices often fall considerably in January, which is a good time to book a cheap city break (and a great time to check the HotUKDeals listings).
More Tips on Booking Cheap Flights
We’ve looked at the various ways to search for flights, the value of shopping around and the opportunities offered by seasonal deals and hotel, insurance, car rental and flight bundles. But let’s put that all together and actually find you the best possible deal.
Every day, people are taking off from the UK’s airports an enjoying cut-price travel to destinations they have been longing to visit. If you want to do the same, research your flight options using Skyscanner or Google, and get a picture of your options. Now, head to HotUKDeals and search out flight listings for current deals. You’ll be amazed by how many discounts are appearing on a daily basis from the UK’s leading airlines.
After that, click through to the deal and make your booking. Be sure to investigate bundle deals for accommodation and other travel essentials (and check the HotUKDeals sections for hotels and car hire to find even more discounts).
Now, you’re almost all set. All that remains is to check-in, pack, and take your seat. When you come to travel, be sure to use travel checker sites like FlightStats – which will tell you about any possible delays. If everything looks good, then have a great time!
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Flying is a portal to the world. With cheap flights, you can explore Africa, laze on Spanish beaches, relax in Las Vegas or shop on 5th Avenue in Manhattan. Wherever you want to travel, you’ll always find unbeatable discounts at the HotUKDeals flight listings, the best place to save money on your next holiday.
We have been on easyJet holidays and highly recommend you look at that site too. Prices everywhere are much higher than B.C. (before Covid) and we don't usually do package holidays but we looked as soon as flights came out for holiday dates and I'd say it's worth a look. You can search "anywhere" and from airports of your choice.
Check your passport is valid (y)
Any advice for first time easy jet flyers?
Brilliant thanks. Used then for Stansted to Venice, Southend to Portugal and Southend to mallorca so far this year and they've been great so I'll book some more
Easy jet was a far better experience than British airways On time and comfortable The same cannot be said about BA unfortunately
Booked this holiday for £582.00, unfortunately need to take visa for italy through VFS Global and there's no appointment slots available. I will only get £52.00 back from Tui if I were to cancel the holiday. I'm stuck with no holiday and no refund now :(
You can borrow one of mine, I’ve got 2 too many.
I’ve stayed here basic but family run very clean and great location definitely recommend.. no pool at this hotel but u can u pay to use one further up the road left out of hotel on opposite side of the road.. highly recommend lovely place to visit ..
Booked this holiday for £582.00, unfortunately need to take visa for italy through VFS Global and there's no appointment slots available. If anyone want I can transfer the holiday and willing to take 500.00 PM me if anyone wants.
Lake Garda is absolutely beautiful, definitely worth visiting!
Now that it's over £750, you can use the coupon code RELAX to get £100 off the total
I mean, i was kind of serious... like the price jumps if i don't add children... but like what's anyone gonna do if i turn up with the gf and no children and use that price... i'll just claim i'm taking the holiday in their memory if anyone challenges me?
TUI Airways, PLATINUM 5* All Inclusive for 7 nights USE CODE 'RELAX' = £1158 Total price (£1258 -£100) Included: Return flights: Gatwick to Boa Vista, Cape Verde 2 Adults (2) …
Lovely island but this hotel is getting on a bit. Stay Riu Palace Boa Vista instead. Went earlier this month (Riu palace) and loved it to chill out. Went in sea every day apart from 2 of 5. Holiday was 10/10
Really rough! Went for Christmas. 1st day partner knocked off her feet.
Apologies, I didn’t realise there were different Riu resorts in Cape Verde. I’ll remove my comment as don’t want to be spreading unfair info for the wrong place. Thank you for letting me know.
Can only assume she is staying at the RIU Palace Santa Maria as I know that opened in 2021. The Touareg has been open since 2011.
This I can totally agree with...I stayed here a few years ago and had a bad case of food poisoning, quite a horrific experience. Upon closer inspection afterwards, the hygiene was extremely poor, i.e. food not covered with insects on it and there was a definite lack of cleaning. The food itself was also poor to begin with. The room claimed to have Wi-Fi but it was just out of reach of the room. Also had money taken from the room which was my fault for not using the safe, but still, I've never had this happen to me before. Wouldn't ever go back.
TUI Airways 5* Platinum Hotel on the 24th May for 7 nights Half Board, 2 Adults + 1 child FREE USE CODE 'RELAX' = £711 Total price (£811 -£100) Apollonion Asterias Resort & Sp…
Thanks, I may have a look at these. So far we try to stick with flying, so we are looking at sites close to airports.
Just to add to this. Duinrell in Holland is great and under 3.5hrs from calais. Also Union Lido in Italy is fantastic, fly into Venice
Check kiwi dot.com. just put anywhere in August and work from there. It may involve open jaw which is arrive.in one city and leave from another and may involve a stop. Accomodation try booking dot com, Airbnb, hotel combined, VRBO. Rent a car as that usually saves a fortune.
TUI Airways 4* Hotel on the 20th May for 7 nights Half Board, 2 Adults + 1 child FREE Hotel Golden Port Salou & Spa, In Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain Hotel Rating 4* USE CODE 'RELAX' …
I paid £350 for this 5 years ago
Ah ok thanks
Well as a counter I found the food really good and I've travelled around Spain alot. The evening entertainment is typical hotel entertainment but the daytime entertainment is outstanding and varied compared to most other hotels you'll stay in. The new gym is air conditioned and delightful. Even my son wanted to use it! I stayed in a pool view room in the main block and that was fine. You will always get rowdy people in hotels if you're unlucky. It is one of the most highly rated hotels in Salou. Weather is amazingly hot for May with blue skies. Bliss. (y)
Staff are friendly and nice but not much help when no security is avail to deal with the rowdy behaviour all night by the pool. Food was barely edible .. all 8 of us thought it was poor quality. Def not a 4star more like a 3* I’m only trying to save people getting a refund like myself. Pool was dirty numerous pieces of chewing gum on bottom of pool .. you could see scummy bits on the surface. Surrounding area made me feel unsafe to one side with graffiti on the walls. Who as a none Smoker wants to smell smoke whilst in their room. Ashtrays were in there. That entertainment area inside with big pillars & Benidorm style entertainment is grim. Not a holiday for me. You get what you pay for. I’m only trying to save people money. Maybe I went at a bad time at end august last year for some issues. Not a 4 star standard. The new block is lovely. Make sure you are in there and you will have a different experience to mine
We have stayed here many times in the past and love this hotel. Very friendly staff, good food, great pools and nice rooms. I do not recognise any of the negative points raised by this person so I would take this review with a pinch of salt. We are looking forward to going back in August!
Yep, as I said before, 'let's see how the flights for my parents will be in June'. I've only booked them a week ago. I received already a notification that the time of the flight has changed. As a result, my parents will be unable to use the public transport from the airport as they will arrive well after midnight, but more important, they will miss their train to go back to their city of residence. So, extra money for hotel... Not making up and I voted hot, but as I said, no issues until 5-6 years ago, and issues every time I've booked over the past years...
I never thought RY does not have a bad reputation, it seems lots of people hate them. I'm not going by the reviews, off course most who had a good experience will not leave positive reviews. And i dont see the point, at the end of the days, is just transport.I'm going by my own personal experience or my family's experience on tickets booked by me. I've used RY about 50 times over the past 10 years. I only had an issue once and it was not a big issue. I've used Wizz maybe 20 times and 15 times in a row they were OK. But on the last 5 bookings, there was always an issue. I'm curious how it will be for my parents on the tickets I've booked in June. RY and Wizz were my preferred airlines, so is not that I'm against them, but I can't be happy after 5 failings, one after the other and none of them my fault. Still waiting for 2 x 400 euros claims for my parents.
Horses for courses. I flew with just a few weeks back and no problems at all with arrival times and luggage. They wouldn't be an LCC if they intentionally and consistently arrived late to destinations as the fees wouldn't be viable. Trust me on that. But take reviews with a pinch of salt. 20 bad experiences will gather 17 bad reviews. 1000 good experiences will garner 17 good reviews. RY definitely has a better reputation that's unquestionable but doesn't make Wizz a no go zone.
I've placed a comment on this deal and I said that despite my bad experiences with them, I voted hot, as the price is good. I described several bad experiences with Wizz, about 5-6 in total. All over the past years. My experiences with Wizz up to 5 years ago were good. But every single one over the past year was bad. All I wanted was transport A to B at the time and price agreed, nothing else.
It sucks that you and your family have had bad experiences and it's fine that from your experiences you prefer Ryanair out of the two but I still disagree because the facts that you are arguing about are only yours and your family's experience and mine are only my experience so I don't want to argue but unless one of us spends a week bringing up all records of all prices, all delays, all cancellations, all complaints again the service, lets not talk about who's factually correct. I fly almost once every month due to work and family + friends dotted around Europe and I don't categorically not use either. I'm just debating against you because this still seems a good deal to me and I dont want people to be scared off a good deal because you've unfortunately had bad experiences.
10 night June deal to Orlando Florida for a total of £954, working out at £478 per person based on 2 adults (other combinations available e.g. 2 adults and 1 child £1167, 2 and adults and 2 …
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I agree, when I went to Florida in the past prices were great but that has all changed now.
We have literally just landed at Gatwick, prices are through the roof for absolutely everything. You will spend a fortune.
My son came back today and he spent a fortune
Wow, I'd been considering going back to Florida, as its been a few years now since my Port Orleans 3 week stay during star wars weekends, but the changes on researching seem horrendous!!! What on earth are Disney thinking. I'm still considering perhaps a 2 week Universal Stay at a Universal hotel if can find a good price.....but Disneys extra costs they've added plus getting rid of all the main perks for staying in their hotels etc have more or less outpriced me let alone that Lightning Lane ripoff on top