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Everybody needs time to relax and recharge their batteries, and holidays are an ideal way to take a break from the daily grind. All the best discounts and prices on holidays and short breaks away are available at HotUKDeals, with regular updates to ensure the validity of all holiday deals on offer.
Everybody needs time to relax and recharge their batteries, and holidays are an ideal way to take a break from the daily grind. All the best discounts and prices on holidays and short breaks away are available at HotUKDeals, with regular updates to ensure the validity of all holiday deals on offer.
Everybody needs time to relax and recharge their batteries, and holidays are an ideal way to take a break from the daily grind. All the best discounts and prices on holidays and short breaks away are available at HotUKDeals, with regular updates to ensure the validity of all holiday deals on offer. Read more
YSL Touche Eclat Holiday Edition £12.75 (£11.48 VIP member) at feelunique
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Fantastic price for a much loved classic.If your a VIP member with feelunique and you have YSL as your brand you get an extra 10% off making this £11.48.
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Would any kind person give me a unidays code please, I can give a meerkat movies code in return?? Thanks

Sorry hit cold and meant hot!

Does the colour suit all?

Not under £15 no

Any free postage codes please?
10% Off Jet2 flights for MyJet2 Members
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22/01/2018Expires on 22/01/2018Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
All you need to do is sign up to their membership and you can get 10% off your flight booking. 1. Signup to My Jet2 2. When booking, use vouchercode
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Worked for us. Saved £41 each!Great find x

This works. Unfortunately I found it an hour after booking two grands worth of family flights.

Great thanks OP
14th Century Manor Stay (Dartington Hall, Devon 4*)  with Full English Breakfast, Free WiFi only £59 per couple @ Travelzoo
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Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Thought this was a fab price for a couple wanting to get away - has excellent reviews too. This 14th-century manor lies on the banks of the River Dart in Devon Profits from the … Read more
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Stayed here for a wedding 9 years ago it was newly refurbished then. The suite was nice but not part of the main Hotel.

Not far from Trago Mills for cheap fuel also
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iBuyWhatIWant19 h, 57 m ago

Just to mention, it is a haunted castle, so be careful during your stay



Even more reason to go! Booking, thanks op

Jimmyboy14th Jan

I've stayed here before and was a nice place. Even has its own cinema.


14th century cinema is quite the attraction

iBuyWhatIWant7 m ago

Just to mention, it is a haunted castle, so be careful during your stay


zoinks!

Just to mention, it is a haunted castle, so be careful during your stay
Lego duplo Santa's winter holiday model 10837 was £24.99 NOW £12.49 @ tesco direct,free c&c
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Lego duplo Santa's winter holiday model number 10837 reduced to £12.49 .also 12 club card points. Great for the younger builders. Set includes Santas sleigh, a reindeer,fir tree,sn… Read more
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Also bought from asda £10

Bought from asda for £10

Also seen these in asda for £10

TabbyBoy24 m ago

Already posted 7hrs before, cooling added



The l
TabbyBoy24 m ago

Already posted 7hrs before, cooling added



The link before was in-store only - it wasn't reduced on the Tesco Direct website at that time.

Picked up along with the other set that showed up the other day - will put away for my nephew's next Christmas
1 Night Peak District Hotel Stay for 2 People with Full Cooked Breakfast + Afternoon Cream Tea + 3 Course Dinner + Glass of Prosecco £49.50pp (£99) @ Wowcher
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Thought this was a great price for what is included, ideal to blow away those post Christmas blues or to enjoy a Spring break in the country. I do like the feature where you can ch… Read more
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mr.wolves13th Jan

Just booked a 2 nighter. Well done, girlfriend well chuffed.


don't let your wife find out!

My daughter was married here and the hotel is lovely but the rooms are awful and dated we viewed them and stayed down the road says it all really

Just booked a 2 nighter. Well done, girlfriend well chuffed.

tryer23 h, 25 m ago

ye like all the deals these Hotels are screaming out for business But …ye like all the deals these Hotels are screaming out for business But some of them are also very good deals ye gotta give it a go. we did the Charles Cotton in Peaks last yr but was a 2 night deal and was Fab if this was a 2 night id go for this too but bit too far for the 1 night. Ta So


You can change it to 2 nights in options

Some nice pubs in Bollington, and if you time it for the last Sunday of the month, there is a great market day in Macclesfield, which is 5 minutes away in the car.
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9 nights 5* all inclusive Dominican Republic, based on two people £689.50
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flights on sky scanner, hotel can be booked here https://www.bahia-principe.com/en/ These dates are just an example, with reasonably priced flights. All hotel prices with Bahia … Read more
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stfore198413th Jan

I wouldn’t go back to Dominican. As others have said there is an u …I wouldn’t go back to Dominican. As others have said there is an uncomfortable feeling as the resorts are security controlled. Food is average and can’t drink the tap water. Went out the complex once and felt very unsafe.


why the fcuk You wish to drink tap water?

8Tre8 h, 0 m ago

Ok Mr Trump



I think you were whooshed - the other half of the Island is Haiti!

Sounds like the place is a sh*thole!

I wouldn’t go back to Dominican. As others have said there is an uncomfortable feeling as the resorts are security controlled. Food is average and can’t drink the tap water. Went out the complex once and felt very unsafe.
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Holiday Inn Express will be handing out free bacon baps around London on 15th Jan
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The exact details as to time and locations are a bit limited but I've just spotted the following news item...so decided to share.... Independent.co.uk The research was commissi… Read more

Anyway this is going OT. Voted hot, you can't beat a good old bacon butty to lift spirits.

ChrisPalmer1 h, 29 m ago

Amusing. Perhaps you should send yourself back for using the same tired …Amusing. Perhaps you should send yourself back for using the same tired old line (not an argument) that people such as yourself trip out - that anyone whom they come across who may hold a different opinion to their own is some sort of backwards moron. Invoking the spirit of the age too - wow, I've never heard that one before. You must be a genius. What's your IQ?


145 so double your IQ 😁

You need to change your attitude, otherwise the younger generation will despise you. Essentially your the grumpy old man that whinged about womans rights in the 60s. Change or become a relic.

Leonintelex30 m ago

Sure dude, sharing a view is different to some knucklehead posting …Sure dude, sharing a view is different to some knucklehead posting provocative comments with the clear intention of stirring up hatred.Thankfully people in your minority are a relic (soon to be extinct) in modern Britain. Shame we haven't invented time travel, then we could send you back to 1968, where you and your archaic views belong.


Amusing. Perhaps you should send yourself back for using the same tired old line (not an argument) that people such as yourself trip out - that anyone whom they come across who may hold a different opinion to their own is some sort of backwards moron. Invoking the spirit of the age too - wow, I've never heard that one before. You must be a genius. What's your IQ?

ChrisPalmer2 h, 22 m ago

Well, if that had been my intention, it very clearly worked since you and …Well, if that had been my intention, it very clearly worked since you and someone else above reacted. Being a "bigot" is being intolerant of persons with other views. Referring to someone who (potentially) may have different views to your own as being of "typical low IQ" and a "sheltered bigot" suggests you ought to be taking a look in the mirror for the bigot. But then, that's the problem with persons such as yourself. So self righteous you can't see your own faults.




Sure dude, sharing a view is different to some knucklehead posting provocative comments with the clear intention of stirring up hatred.

Thankfully people in your minority are a relic (soon to be extinct) in modern Britain. Shame we haven't invented time travel, then we could send you back to 1968, where you and your archaic views belong.
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Borovets; Deluxe 4 Star Ski Week inc Meals £240 off!!! Via www.takemeskiing.co.uk (see post for full details)
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Reference:OFFHOTBOR4Destination:BulgariaResort:BorovetsProperty:Hotel LionDuration:7 NightsBoard Basis:Half BoardRating: Includes: Flights ATOL Protection 20Kg Luggage per pers… Read more
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Stayed at this hotel last year, lovely hotel, friendly staff. Food not the best but can find stuff to eat. It’s a bit out of town, free hotel shuttle running every 20mins.

Going again in 3weeks as family. No idea lift pass price on own but we’re paying 220 Euro for 5days ski hire, lift pass and lessons (adults) less for the kids

mikes12313th Jan

We have been to Borovets many times. Have stayed in the Flora Apartments …We have been to Borovets many times. Have stayed in the Flora Apartments the last two timesas found them much better than other accommodation. We found it cheaper to book passes/lessons before going. Also take Sterling with you. There are many little exchange offices with very good rates, much better than here. Most restaurants etc. don’t take credit cards.


fantastic advice - thanks so much Mikes123

Neiliboy18 h, 39 m ago

no we booked easyjet flights to sofia last april. booked Flora Apartments …no we booked easyjet flights to sofia last april. booked Flora Apartments shortly after that. I still have to book the ski school and rentals yet. We go February half term - 10th-17th


We have been to Borovets many times. Have stayed in the Flora Apartments the last two timesas found them much better than other accommodation. We found it cheaper to book passes/lessons before going. Also take Sterling with you. There are many little exchange offices with very good rates, much better than here. Most restaurants etc. don’t take credit cards.

MrrImpeccable23 h, 39 m ago

Did you book this deal or another?


no we booked easyjet flights to sofia last april. booked Flora Apartments shortly after that. I still have to book the ski school and rentals yet. We go February half term - 10th-17th

Any idea of 1/2 term prices?
3 Nights All Inclusive in Pafos Cyprus - £190pp - 14/01/18 from London Gatwick (see post for full details) via TUI
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Sun 14 Jan 2018, London Gatwick 3 Nights All Inclusive You get a choice of pools at this place. And in the summer months, there’s even a waterpark.This place has a pair of huge p… Read more
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mikecml11 h, 26 m ago

[Image] Ski Cyprus


Paid £660 for two of us flying from Manchester 24th Jan 7 nights Been before fantastic food
just pray for the sun has a indoor pool aswell

33037646-DrYH3.jpgSki Cyprus

Love Cyprus, the weather is ok but it is their winter as well too cold to swim in the pools or the sea. OK for skiing up in the Troodos mountains though plenty of snow there.

We stayed here last August. Amazing staff and hotel. Food was fantastic... One of the highlights of our trip!

5 hour flight for 3 days
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Get the Holiday sweet from within your teeth. Amazon add on item Oral-B Pro-Expert Premium Floss 40m now only £2.48
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Cool mint flavour Also available at boots for £5.25 or 2 for £6 https://www.boots.com/oral-b-pro-expert-premium-floss-40m-10160940

rhinopaul6 m ago

3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.


Yes, you're right, that's exactly £0.50 cheaper than the original deal.

labky18 m ago

If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. …If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B011IDUMNW/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1


3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.

If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
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I always get 4 pack from Amazon for under £9.50 so it still works out cheaper that way but heat given as the single pack is usually more expensive.
Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays
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12/02/2018Expires on 12/02/2018Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
There's a good deal on at the moment booking Disneyland Paris via disneylandparis.de which can in many cases, reduce the price to less than 50% of the UK (disneylandparis.co.uk) pr… Read more
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Markyp91 h, 24 m ago

Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in …Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!


I haven''t had any experience for this but if it's anything like the Center Parks websites where booking through a FR or DE site can be cheaper it shouldn't make any difference.

Sparkiegirl17th Jan

Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with …Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with just breakfast using this it comes to £1760 full board. So quite a big saving 😃 did anyone doing this last year have any issues when they arrived at the park?


Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!

Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with just breakfast using this it comes to £1760 full board. So quite a big saving 😃
did anyone doing this last year have any issues when they arrived at the park?

leejaxxin14 h, 56 m ago

does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you …does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with



leejaxxin14 h, 56 m ago

does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you …does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with



It depends on which hotel you choose for your stay. If you choose a value hotel such as Cheyenne or Santa Fe you will be given Half Board standard, Next step up is Sequoia Lodge which gets Half Board plus etc.

The standard allows you to eat in around 8 buffet restaurants in the park & hotels (not just the one you are staying at). The half board plus obviously has higher value so you can eat at the aforementioned buffets or a higher standard table service. There will be a set menu but the value of each voucher can be used as part payment n any Disney owned restaurant so you can order what you like off any menu & pay the difference. So you could be on the Half board standard but eat in the fanciest restaurant & use your voucher as part payment & cash for the rest. Its quite flexible.

More info on dlp meal plans here > dlptips.com/din…ns/


Hope that helps.

You can also get the train from Paris CDG airport. Easy to do and often works out cheaper than the Eurostar. Alternatively get a cheap ferry crossing and drive (assuming the kids won’t send you insane in the process)
US PSN Holiday Sale: Week 5 - Final Week of Sales!
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Game Price % Off PS+ % Off 1999 Molecules $13.99 30% $9.99 50% 2064: Read Only Memories $11.99 40% Ace Banana $2.99 80% $1.49 90% Action Henk $4.49 70% $2.99 80% Agatha Chris… Read more
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silvercondor14 h, 52 m ago

My mum dropped off my SIM. International with FREE10


Wow!
My SIM came through and it's an Amazon £10 one
I've ordered another - seems like a bit of a lottery at the moment

BubaMan45 m ago

Not got an Amazon offer yet


My mum dropped off my SIM. International with FREE10

silvercondor7 h, 32 m ago

It was actually with International SIMs that I got the Amazon offers, …It was actually with International SIMs that I got the Amazon offers, which meant I was able to get £20 PSN for £11.Bit of a farce putting on £11, texting AMAZON10 and waiting for the code (overnight), transferring £10 of my credit onto PSN, redeeming the Amazon code, using the Amazon credit to buy £10 PSN... But got there in the end, haha!Just hoping this FREE10 thing is definitely an International SIM. I've actually contacted them before via Live Chat and said I don't want the £10 bundle on the standard SIM, just the credit. Both times they did so as a "one-off".


Not got an Amazon offer yet

BubaMan2 h, 22 m ago

I've ordered another... Hopefully, they've realised that the FREE10 offer …I've ordered another... Hopefully, they've realised that the FREE10 offer is the only one swaying people to top up (y)The AMAZON10 offer is only on the classic SIM isn't it... i.e. Converts your top up into minutes / text / data so you can't move the money into PSN (?)



It was actually with International SIMs that I got the Amazon offers, which meant I was able to get £20 PSN for £11.

Bit of a farce putting on £11, texting AMAZON10 and waiting for the code (overnight), transferring £10 of my credit onto PSN, redeeming the Amazon code, using the Amazon credit to buy £10 PSN... But got there in the end, haha!

Just hoping this FREE10 thing is definitely an International SIM. I've actually contacted them before via Live Chat and said I don't want the £10 bundle on the standard SIM, just the credit. Both times they did so as a "one-off".

joeydeacon22 m ago

Absolutely no idea what this concerns, but I do have two phone contracts …Absolutely no idea what this concerns, but I do have two phone contracts with O2, any way of getting anything out of PSN this way?


It's been running a fair while now:
hotukdeals.com/dea…=52
Basically, order a PAYG SIM, top up by at least £10, get £10 bonus credit and transfer the whole lot into PSN.

As mentioned, it's looking uncertain at the moment but there's hope the deal will remain
1 Night Stay in a Superior Room for 2 People at Grade 2 Listed The Forbury Roseate Boutique Hotel + Full Breakfast, 3-course Dinner worth £51pp, Glass of Prosecco  + Late Checkout £99.50pp (£199) via Travelzoo
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
I do not usually post 1 night short breaks at this sort of price, but the Hotel is genuinely amazing, the food is delicious & the rooms are gorgeous, so with Valentines Day fas… Read more
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It was doing well until I realised it was in Reading. Best thing about it is the motorway out.

Who the hell would want to go on a short break to Reading???

Yee haw....more staff TZ puff! How are the click-through bonus numbers going???

Thought I'd repeat the comment as you deleted my earlier effort! Let's see how long this one lasts!
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Denni572 m ago

Sorry I've read it all now and realise where it is xx


You could have let us in on it

It's Reading just in case anyone else was wondering.

Sorry I've read it all now and realise where it is xx
West Yorkshire 19th Century Manor stay [Durker Roods Hotel] with full English breakfast and dinner (worth £36.50) & wine for two (worth £10.95) only £59 per couple @ TravelZoo
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
I thought this was an excellent price for a post Christmas getaway, especially with the meals and the wine thrown in. For £59 -- 55% less than usual -- two people can stay overn… Read more
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Nice to see a good up to date review 😳
whatyadoinsucka5 h, 10 m ago

its been run down for years that hotel, had a carvery with family about 10 …its been run down for years that hotel, had a carvery with family about 10 years ago, it was ok, nothing more nothing less

This is a nice hotel and has had major redevelopment over the past 5 years. Cannot go wrong for that deal.

I live quite near this hotel, they've been on the verge of going under for years. Not worth it even at this price in my opinion.

its been run down for years that hotel, had a carvery with family about 10 years ago, it was ok, nothing more nothing less

kalico7 h, 41 m ago

I'm sure when the staff know what you're paying they will make you feel …I'm sure when the staff know what you're paying they will make you feel appropriately welcome.


So true! A lot of places get very snooty when they think you're a Groupon customer. They tend to develop the attitude: "well what do you expect, for what you're paying?"

Make your minds up hotels, either it's a great bargain offer on a £150 a night room that's equitable for you to sell because you're full the rest of the time;- or your're an abject failure and your hotel's a miserable budget affair.

A lot of the time these deals exist because the hotel's already struggling financially. It's a tough world out there.
Tasty Turkey Treat: 7nt family 5* holiday from £168pp incl. flights, all inclusive & waterpark @ Holiday pirates
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Tasty Turkey Treat: 7nt family 5* holiday from £168pp incl. flights, all inclusive & waterpark 16/04-21/04/18

Turkey is perfectly safe for Brits - provided you don't start blogging stuff against the Govt

Nothing like as dangerous a destination as Dubai or others

SJ015 h, 20 m ago

All nonsense, the country is as safe as any.


Good luck with that I am sure many other said that just before a rather loud bang

thomasleep7th Jan

£168 + visa £20 to go to a country that is in an official state of e …£168 + visa £20 to go to a country that is in an official state of emergency following a failed coup hmmmm I suppose if your kids are really bad it is worth a go


All nonsense, the country is as safe as any.

dont be scared

thomasleep8 h, 19 m ago

Good for you, glad you made an informed choice


As per your username; go to sleep, your comments are boring!
50% Off Friday & Sunday Night Stays w/code @ Travelodge - eg London Heathrow Central 16th Feb £10.50 (book by Midnight Tuesday 9th January for stays 12th Jan - 8th April 2018)
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Get 50% Off a Friday or Sunday Night Stay at Travelodge with code WEEKEND50 . You have until Midnight on Tuesday 9th Jan to book for stays from 12th Jan - 8th April inclusive. … Read more
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reindeer3335th Jan

Already posted: …Already posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/50-off-travelodge-friday-sunday-nights-2871385Putting a price in the title suddenly does not make it a separate deal, unless you are looking to double your income through increased clicks...This is not the first time you have done this either!


Your post suggests this deal is expired when it's clearly not. So thanks to this post I saved money.

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OwlEye21 h, 18 m ago

Please don't use hoppa buses at Heathrow especially not from bath road …Please don't use hoppa buses at Heathrow especially not from bath road hotels. All normal red tfl buses are completely free for everyone, no oyster or anything needed, they are very frequent and faster than hoppas. A lot more frequent, and 24hours


Regular, red TFL buses don’t all serve the Travelodge Heathrow Central, (at least not to/from T5). It’s at the upper-end of the Bath Road, (along with the Hilton Doubletree and, soon, the Marriott Moxy). From T5, you’d need to catch a free service to Harlington Corner, (423), then take the no. 81. The 81 is chargeable, (across Heathrow). Still worth booking this hotel if the rate is decent and coughing-up for the bus fare, but be prepared with an Oyster card or similar visitors’ card.

xenole19 h, 3 m ago

I tried a Friday date of interest at Heathrow for a standard pre-pay room …I tried a Friday date of interest at Heathrow for a standard pre-pay room at Heathrow Central or Heathrow Terminal 5 and it dropped the price from around £26 to £13.00.Tried Manchester Central on the same date and got message saying that the code didn't work with this hotel.Normally stay at the Hilton Garden Inn at LHR and that's £48 for the same night. HGI + tube (2 x £1.70 with Oyster card) = £52 Travelodge standard room = £13.00 + Hoppa bus £9 = £22.00.Premier Inn Bath road £41.50 / T5 £45 + Hoppa Bus = £50.50 / £54.50£30 saving which is better than nothing.(Well, £2 fee for using a credit card or Paypal)Possible you might be able to go through TCB as well as they mention the code. Possible 10% cashback for bookings made by the 7th Jan and taken before the 31st Jan.


Please don't use hoppa buses at Heathrow especially not from bath road hotels. All normal red tfl buses are completely free for everyone, no oyster or anything needed, they are very frequent and faster than hoppas. A lot more frequent, and 24hours

Anyone stayed in the London Central Marylebone Hotel? £272 for 4 nights over Easter is a good deal.

Would travel by train so looking for a hotel near Paddington over Easter . Thanks

Brilliant - Chester £15 - Jewel of the North.
FlyBe 20% off 1 million seats January Sale
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If you’ve been waiting for the best time to book your dream break, this is it! Flybe is offering up to 20% off one million selected seats from 4th-10th January. We fly from more UK… Read more

niron_ev43 m ago

I was about to say that till I saw your comment .I work at a …I was about to say that till I saw your comment .I work at a airport and deal directly with this airline. They are run shambolicly and cancel flights willy nilly. Avoid them if you can.....xx


I fly with this airline as it's the only flights from Birmingham I can get to Jersey. No competition so no real getting best prices,just there own.

DrJayDee8620 h, 51 m ago

Fly MayBe.


I was about to say that till I saw your comment .

I work at a airport and deal directly with this airline. They are run shambolicly and cancel flights willy nilly. Avoid them if you can.....xx

jonmarz8911 m ago

is 4 too 10 January time, booking period or flight period


Book between 04.01.18 and 10.01.18 for travel between 30.01.18 and 11.07.18. Some routes may not operate for the entire travel period....

is 4 too 10 January time, booking period or flight period

mcdexsta15 h, 25 m ago

Really? Any media stories to back that up?


Plenty. Google it.
£40 off last minute holiday bookings Over £800 at easyJet
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T&Cs 1. Package holidays with £40 off per booking is valid for new bookings with a minimum total booking value of £800. Valid on the easyJet holidays website until 14t… Read more
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Short Family Break for 2 Adults & 2 Children in 4* hotel (includes school holiday dates)  + breakfast + choose 3 out of 10 family attractions e.g. National Space Centre £149 (£37.25pp) @  Stay Play Explore
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Ongoing deal but very good value and availability during school holidays in February For £149 (£37.25pp based on 2 adults and 2 children) you get Overnights hotel stay in a cho… Read more
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Hi Im thinking of doing this, which hotel is the best/closest to the space centre ? And does anybody know if theres anything else to do the next day near the space centre ( I will be saving my other 2 days out for later on in the year as we will be going in March)

Also if I book the hotel for say the 12th can I visit the space centre on the 12th or does it have to be the day after. Apologies if these questions have already been asked and TIA
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thepotter16 h, 14 m ago

Surely this means you have to pay extra if you book extra activities, in …Surely this means you have to pay extra if you book extra activities, in addition tothe free ones you get with your voucher?


Contacted Go Leicestershire and they said this was a mistake in the T&Cs and has now been removed so there wouldn't be any additional payment required.

dona38537 h, 19 m ago

Just noticed something with one of the "included" attractions. Leicester …Just noticed something with one of the "included" attractions. Leicester Outdoor Pursuits Centre takes you to an online booking page where you redeem your Stay, Play, Explore voucher as you have to pre-book the activity. In the instructions it says you will have to pay the £9 balance upon arrival per person. The activity you are getting is only £10 anyway to just book normally. So the Stay, Play, Explore you have bought gives you a £1 discount!!!!! Talk about misleading. Shame as I thought they had added a few more options as it used to be 3 out of 5 possible attractions.Go Leicestershire! Stay Play Explore AdventureYour voucher entitles each person on your holiday to one of our single Adventure Club activities. You can all do the same activity or pick different things. However, you must all attend on the same day. Feel free to book more activities! If you are visiting during a school holiday or a weekend we usually have a variety of activities on offer. Your booking will be listed as paid, as you have booked using a voucher discount code so you will just need to pay the balance of £9 per person on arrival. You can also book our 3 hour multi activity afternoons, which run at the weekends. However, you will need to pay an additional £10 per person on arrival. When you arrive you will be expected to give us your printed ticket which we will then verify against your booking and the Go Leicestershire website, and request any balance is settled prior to your first activity.


Surely this means you have to pay extra if you book extra activities, in addition tothe free ones you get with your voucher?

paws1722 m ago

Ok, fair enough - 2013 & 2014 = from £109; 2015=from £129; 2016 from £139; 2017 & 20 …Ok, fair enough - 2013 & 2014 = from £109; 2015=from £129; 2016 from £139; 2017 & 2018 from £149. However, you could easily beat this deal by staying in a Premier inn (currently from £31 for a family room plus £17.98 for 2 adult breakfasts (2 kids eat free) - and then make use of the regular voucher deals for most of the attractions you want to visit. (e.g. Conkers is regularly less than £20 for a family ticket on Wowcher; King Richard III centre is £21 for a family ticket) which leaves you another £50 to spend on any other attractions that you may wish to visit. (Personally, I would recommend that you use the money to go on a brilliant steam train ride at the Great Central Railway - family ticket=£40).



that's helpful, thanks. I guess it's just a case of the right offers being avialable at the right time and my kids would go on strike if i told them we were going somewhere that didn't have a swimming pool!

thepotter4 h, 10 m ago

To be fair, I've done this quite a few times since it was launched and the …To be fair, I've done this quite a few times since it was launched and the price has only gone up slowly, it didn't jump from 109 to 149 in one go. i still can't find any way of doing it for anyhting like that rpice.


Ok, fair enough - 2013 & 2014 = from £109; 2015=from £129; 2016 from £139; 2017 & 2018 from £149.

However, you could easily beat this deal by staying in a Premier inn (currently from £31 for a family room plus £17.98 for 2 adult breakfasts (2 kids eat free) - and then make use of the regular voucher deals for most of the attractions you want to visit. (e.g. Conkers is regularly less than £20 for a family ticket on Wowcher; King Richard III centre is £21 for a family ticket) which leaves you another £50 to spend on any other attractions that you may wish to visit. (Personally, I would recommend that you use the money to go on a brilliant steam train ride at the Great Central Railway - family ticket=£40).
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!
Edited by: "Dan__" 3rd Jan

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
Edited by: "fanark" 3rd Jan
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