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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
A selection of the best! Group of 4 Adults Party Holidays to Sunny Beach, Malia, Ibiza etc @ Thomas Cook/Thomson/Olympic from £166.50pp
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So, here is a selection of the best and cheapest party holidays for those on a budget that want to go away in the summer holidays - definitely without the parents! All based on 4 a… Read more
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Looking for holidays from 28th august till 9th September ( any dates between those dates for 7 days. From Manchester to Sunny beach.
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trackswrit

Any deals for family of four 2 adults 2 kids aged 3 & 13 please? … Any deals for family of four 2 adults 2 kids aged 3 & 13 please? preferably 12th/13th August..I have just about given up finding one for a family haha.



try realdealholidays they are really good facebook.com/rea…ays got me mate 3 adults 1 kid 800 flight hotel suitcase and transfer
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looking for something for 2 adults 1 child 14yrs old august 17th for 7 nights plz
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I'm going to keep updating this thread daily (except when I go to Ibiza myself at the weekend!) and I'll post anything that crops up decent.
Any from cardiff airport 26 27 or 28 of August please
85% off Honstek X6 Sports Earphones (ONLY UK) - £3.99 (Prime) £7.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Ibiza-island and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Was looking for some quality earphones and found this deal Original price: £25.99 Deal price:£3.99 [Stereo Music Experience] Honstek X6 in ear earphones, 10mm neodymium drivers, … Read more
maxmix

How are you getting 2 for a fiver ?maxmix



Just click on promotions and it has a code to get £3 off the second pair which makes it 3.99+.99.

Good price as I needed a cheap pair for the commute and casual listening. Got two. Lol
Up to £13 each
How are you getting 2 for a fiver ?

maxmix
Grey ones in stock, can't go wrong with £3.99 hopefully
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Ryanair Flight Sale - Luton to Murcia £21.99 one way, Bristol to Ibiza £21.99 one way, Edinburgh to Brussels £16.99 one way, loads more with departures in Sept / Oct
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Just spotted this and there seems to be LOADS of flights in Sept / Oct for just £21.99 one way. Departures from Belfast too, for you Norn Ironers! Way too many to list, but you… Read more
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Master.G

That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were … That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.



Well lets look at an example (taking what the person says at face value, but I've heard similar complaints from others):

http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-flights-middle-seats-assigned-passengers-pay-reserve-changed-seating-policy-a7750581.html

the allocated seats we were given were in rows 8 and 32. We couldn't … the allocated seats we were given were in rows 8 and 32. We couldn't have been further apart! I checked the seating on the flight. At the time of my check-in more than 60 per cent of the seats still available for purchase



I guess we could run the permutations to get the probability, but I'd be surprised if the seating plan ended up with the only allocatable middle seats (i,e. those not in free rows) 24 rows apart.

If you think about the methodology you believe they use:

1) 3 paying pax take up a row and have no impact, other then pushing free rows apart. (Anything above 3 and you consider them a 3 plus a separate fragment, i.e. 5 = 3 pax plus 2 pax).

2) 2 paying pax take up a row and leave either a window or aisle free (presume they would want to sit together).

3) 1 paying pax picks a window/aisle and leaves an allocatable "won't pay seat"

So if you don't pay you're first going to be allocated the seats generated by (3). The seats generated by (2) won't be allocated until all middle seats have been allocated. But that then means they risk running out of completely free rows for late bookers who are prepared to pay (do they move people retrospectively?, haven't heard anyone suggest they do).

The important factor to consider appears to be the ratio of group (3) to non paying Pax and how full the flight is. If its 50/50 and a very full flight then you're more likely to be separated. But there'd have to be many non paying single Pax having been allocated seats before a non paying couple to force people so far apart.

To me it seems like a very unique and unlikely set of circumstances which would yield the results people are complaining about. In most instances IMO with an unadulterated allocation policy they would be sitting in adjacent rows (albeit in middle seats) allowing easy seat swapping. Additionally holding back seats generated by (2) makes little sense unless you have a lot of paying single PAX, as generally a single PAX will pick an empty row where possible, so those seats only become desirable once empty rows or rows with only one other PAX are filled. Again this suggests to me the policy is deliberately set up to separate people rather then increase revenue by holding back desirable seats only.

I presume the people complaining can see the seat map (so Ryan Air can sell them a seat)? If so perhaps someone will be able to confirm if there was a nearer "won't pay seat" available.

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Master.G

I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are … I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.



Why shouldn't people complain, how else would they influence a company's behaviour. And many of us disagree that their seating policy is transparent, you feel its innocent, we feel they are deliberately separating people (by several rows) unless they pay.

Moreover, i'm not sure why you feel the only choice consumers have is to take their business elsewhere. It's perfectly valid to also call out bad practice or behaviour you feel is unacceptable. Some may have limited options. I live near LHR so BA gets a lot of my business by virtue of my geographic location. If I lived near LTN the dominant operator at that airport (used to Ryan Air, but think it may be Easy Jet now?) would likely get my business. Moreover, say you need to fly to BTS for example, you're short of options.

The cheese analogy is erroneous and trivialises peoples quite fair complaints, as even if you only have one shop near you, it's very likely you will have many other options rather then cheese. If you're local shop only sold cheese and you had a two hour round trip to the next shop I think you may well be less laissez faire.

And this brings me back to my main point. People accept such behaviour in the case of Ryan Air, infact they defend it telling others to stop complaining and go elsewhere, but i'm certain they wouldn't like it if everyone followed suit. There's trying to up sell and then there's being unnecessarily punitive and quite simply insulting peoples intelligence in the process. The whole payment method surcharge was a very clear point in case. It was an unreasonable and deceitful (as they tried to claim it was due to processing charges) attempt to force an up sell. I recall people defending that by telling people to take their business elsewhere, but i'm certain those same people would be up in arms if every business they used had started doing the same. Imagine doing your cheese free shop and finding there was a £10 charge unless you used timbuktu banks debit card. And when enough people obtained that card, your local changed it to Antarctic Banks Visa.....
Mentos

I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. … I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.


That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.
Master.G

* Your intelligence :pA little bit more planning than that goes into it. … * Your intelligence :pA little bit more planning than that goes into it. Firstly, those people/groups wanting to sit together can check in 30 days before the flight, whereas the rest of us can only do it 4 days before. Some sole travellers will have booked window/aisle seats spread around the plane. So when those people who haven't paid the optional extra start checking in, they will be allocated the middle seats next to those people. That will leave rows free as long as possible for any late comers wanting to sit together. I agree that could be classed as not completely random, but would explain why some people are sat far apart. It will not always be the case that people are sat apart, but they are the only ones who complain about the seating policy.



I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.
I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.
£49 Return Flights to Malaga, Alicante, Ibiza, Menorca, Lanzarote and More  @ Thomson (Orlando from £269 too)
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i agree flights to the med have gone mad and the accommodation is just unreal , i'm really tempted with turkey , friends have been loads of times and love it resorts round dalaman are miles and miles away from the trouble and lets face it a day trip to london is a bit iffey at the moment
I spotted Man to Orlando leaving 19th July with Thomas Cook for 10 nights. Flights, average hotel on i-drive including breakfast and an intermediate car for £580 each. I thought that was quite reasonable for school hols. Was cheaper than the likes of spain greece etc when filtered by price. I know you have food and park tickets to add but it would be worth it.
£209 for a return In May to Ibiza - last May it was £45
The med is expensive cos people are put off going to Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey, etc. Demand has been much higher and hotels have been getting booked up very quick. I booked my holiday to menorca in July last year, the hotel was booked up by Xmas for the summer hols . On top of that you have the weakness of the pound over the last 18 months pushing prices up . You're left with luxury accommodation that nobody can afford or very basic that most don't want and is overpriced for what it is. I think the algarve is worst for crazy cheap flights and ridiculously priced accommodation. Better off going to canaries for overall value for money imo. Could be worse though, butlins are asking 1800 for a week self catering in the school holidays.
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Turkey seems to be very cheap at the moment, only place you could go with a chance of spending under a grand for a family. Obvious it's cheap because people are worried about terrorism etc but the resorts aren't too bad.

Also if you are going to North Majorca I would recommend BQ Alcudia Sun Village
From Glasgow: Late Deal Club 18-30 Ibiza 7 Night Holiday £77.99pp 31/05-07/06
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Oh wow, £77.99pp for a week holiday in Ibiza. It's a club 18-30 holiday but it's amazing value, especially from Glasgow. Details on the screen shots below. Includes luggage, transf… Read more
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can you ho on holiday by yourself on club 18-30 or do you have yo do it with your matea?
Could just about sneak in if I added the age range together ...
found it easy enough.. only 1 room left when I looked, but amazing price..
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You may have to search for it on the website as it times out. You should find it easy enough if you enter the dates and airport. They also have some non-18-30 holiday deals like AI in Greece for £205 same dates from Glasgow.
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Chicco echo stroller - ibiza save £40 - £60 at Boots - other model's available in description
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Chicco echo stroller- ibiza £60 save £40 @ boots on selected chicco strollers also available in blue http://www.boots.com/chicco-echo-complete-power-stroller-b
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£19.98 Glasgow to Ibiza Return @ Ryanair (End of March)
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Sun 26/03/17 14:50 Glasgow PIK 18:50 Ibiza IBZ Wed 29/03/17 19:25 Ibiza IBZ 21:30 Glasgow PIK http://prnt.sc/ebicwu
people still go to Ibiza?
I was considering going earlier, but note that the party season doesn't start until after Easter if that's why you're going.
Not bad, which hotel? Hot.
There are loads of flights at £19.98 or less return, from all airports.
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From Glasgow: Easter Ibiza Family Holiday for 2A 3C £161.49pp (£807.46) @ Otel.com
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This is a great value bargain break at Easter from Glasgow based on a family of 5 (2 adults and 3 children). Flights leave on 5th April and return on 19th April 2017. You will sta… Read more
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W1zz

A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 1.10 per person, per night. This tax … A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 1.10 per person, per night. This tax does not apply to children under 16 years of age



I take "the city" charges Spanish nationals the same rate of tax for staying in a hotel?
Munkee

Sorry to go off topic but going to ibiza in may any idea what the cost of … Sorry to go off topic but going to ibiza in may any idea what the cost of the tourist tax will be for 2 adults ( all kids under 16 ) . 14 nights ( 3* )




I'm going mid May 7 nights all inclusive with flights from Bournemouth ( £180 pp )
Thomson's/First Choice quote 2.20 euro's per adult per night, we are staying in 4 * hotel and its based on * ratings
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W1zz

Flights leave on 5th April and return on 19th April 2016. Either a typo … Flights leave on 5th April and return on 19th April 2016. Either a typo or time machine required.




Oops! Stuck in the past.....

Amended now.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 17th Feb 2017
Flights leave on 5th April and return on 19th April 2016.

Either a typo or time machine required.
W1zz

A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 1.10 per person, per night. This tax … A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 1.10 per person, per night. This tax does not apply to children under 16 years of age



Thanks, read it could vary depending if in season or hotel star rating . €30 not that bad
SEAT Ibiza 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology 5dr contract hire / personal lease - £112pm + £1,009 initial rental. 5,000 miles, no admin fee.£3587 @ Carleasing Online
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Thought this was a bit of a steal for a personal lease, let alone for such a decent car! (Beware new 2017 facelift model is just around the corner) I've signed on the dotted line… Read more
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doozeruk

Yep Monsoon grey, Mrs ended up choosing that whilst I wasn't here, added … Yep Monsoon grey, Mrs ended up choosing that whilst I wasn't here, added another £5 a month, cheers wifey!



Had mine a couple of months now, generally very pleased (apart from a couple of minor scratches that it was delivered with!)

They let me off the extra £5 because they didn't have any non-metallic options i.e. you couldn't possibly get the price on the website.

Tip - get the Carista app and a cheap Bluetooth OBD2 receiver. You can change options like having the mirrors fold when you lock up, having the parking lights on as DRLs, opening the windows from your remote control etc.
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​​Anybody have any experience of returning a car earlier than the agreed c … ​​Anybody have any experience of returning a car earlier than the agreed contract length?e.g. six months before the end?


I am currently in the last 6 months of a deal and they keep calling us to try to get us to sign up to a new contract, they seem to have good deals if you are staying with them for your next car.
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​​Anybody have any experience of returning a car earlier than the agreed c … ​​Anybody have any experience of returning a car earlier than the agreed contract length?e.g. six months before the end?



Contract says 50% of remaining rentals. I've done it before.
Return flights Liverpool to Ibiza  £21 @ Ryanair
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Liverpool to Ibiza 27th March 2017 - 31st March 2017 £21.00 Cracking deal!!!
Good price, but pretty standard for this time of the year. Great to chill for a few days, but can be quite cold and not much is really open
Zzzzzzzzzzz.....hilarious!
No way I'm leaving my car there...
Manchester/Bristol/Edinburgh to Ibiza/Palma £30 Return @ Ryanair (End of March)
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MAN-IBZ Mon 27 Mar 06:50 – 10:40 Manchester (MAN) – Ibiza (IBZ) Thu 30 Mar 11:15 – 13:00 Ibiza (IBZ) – Manchester (MAN) ________ MAN-PMI Sat 25 Mar 17:10 – 20:50 Manchester (MA… Read more
Great prices, paid the same price with Ryanair Edinburgh to Ibiza July last year, but hoping for some good weather end March, hard to resist at this price though!
a bit cold in Ibiza in March / April but still a good find.
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Bristol-Palma
Sun 26 Mar
07:50 – 11:15
Bristol (BRS) – Palma (PMI)

Wed 29 Mar
06:50 – 08:20
Palma (PMI) – Bristol (BRS)

Same price for 27 Mar - 30 Mar and 28 Mar - 31 Mar.
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Edinburgh-Ibiza
Sun 26 Mar
15:15 – 19:15
Edinburgh (EDI) – Ibiza (IBZ)

Wed 29 Mar
12:20 – 14:20
Ibiza (IBZ) – Edinburgh (EDI)
Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe Lease £135.54 pm 24 months 8000miles pa Total £3722.04 - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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Looks a nice car, sat nav and bluetooth. The price is based on 24 months, other options available £406.62 initial, 23 x £135.54, £198 processing fee [ Taylor1892 ] - Zuulan
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Price has gone up now - but yes if you prefer to keep the car for at least 4 years then you are better off purchasing outright.

Also there are good deals on the updated Leon. This one is the best in the range and not much more than the Ibiza (with the current price increase from the original deal posted).
https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/Seat_Leon_5_Door-1-4-ecotsi-fr-technology-5dr-77319.htm

Approx 4700 over 2 years.

Decent spec as well.
Metallic paint
8" touch screen with Sat Nav
Bluetooth Handsfree Phone Connection
DAB Radio
Cruise control
Full Link App interface
Rear parking sensors
Full LED headlights (make it look a lot more modern than most £25K+ German cars with halogens as standard!)

0-60 in 8 seconds

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Price gone up to £151.14 for 24 months lease. For 48 months its £129.54/month.
learoy69

this has actually gone down in price now so even better a dealPersonal … this has actually gone down in price now so even better a dealPersonal priceper month (Incl VAT)£129.54Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ? Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?



Four year price was always this. It's the 2 and 3 year deals they have increased in price.
learoy69

this has actually gone down in price now so even better a dealPersonal … this has actually gone down in price now so even better a dealPersonal priceper month (Incl VAT)£129.54Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ? Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?



​thats a 4 year lease I think. this was for 24 months.
this has actually gone down in price now so even better a deal
Personal price
per month (Incl VAT)
£129.54
Initial Rental £388.62 Incl VAT ?
Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT ?
Summer Early Bird Savings - 4* Ibiza £109pp, 3nt Algarve £79pp, 5* All Inclusive Crete £199pp @ Go Groupie
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Just got an email with a few Early bird summer deals, Some of them look great particularly the 5* All Inclusive Crete for £199 Not just summer dates though most have dates between… Read more
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what a rip off!!!
teerex

This is a generalisation.



Correct, it is a generalisation that taking children out has a significant effect on their results. I have seen no scientific evidence.

So when a child is sick should the parents should be fined as the child is missing education and will fall behind?
Being off sick and going on holiday has the same end result, missed school.

Before my children took their 11+ exams, they both took a week off school. Not to go on holiday, but to prepare (they were "sick").

A child in primary school can learn more at home in a week compared to one month at school.
A 10 year old child sitting at 11+ aiming for a high score can work out 17% of 50 in less than 5 seconds in their head and these highly qualified primary school teachers often struggle, such is their ability in basic maths. This is a generalisation from experience.
Common Sense

Take them out early. The school cannot fine you as the parent won in the … Take them out early. The school cannot fine you as the parent won in the High Court.I took mine out. My son scored 99% in Maths Sats and got 13.5 GCSEs all A/A*. Taking them out does not make any difference. When teachers go on strike they suffer. Then the school takes children on a residential trip in term time and that's fine.It is all nonsense. What do they learn in primary school? If the school fined you refuse to pay any voluntary contributions for trips. The Head of my son's grammar school stated he would never fine parents, although he did not approve of term time holidays. But what do they do just before Christmas?



This is a generalisation.
M_z

Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school … Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school though.



Take them out early. The school cannot fine you as the parent won in the High Court.
I took mine out. My son scored 99% in Maths Sats and got 13.5 GCSEs all A/A*. Taking them out does not make any difference.

When teachers go on strike they suffer. Then the school takes children on a residential trip in term time and that's fine.
It is all nonsense. What do they learn in primary school?

If the school fined you refuse to pay any voluntary contributions for trips. The Head of my son's grammar school stated he would never fine parents, although he did not approve of term time holidays. But what do they do just before Christmas?

mikno2

still punishing the parents. always cheap in term time


Just supply and demand. Can't wait until mine are done with school though.
april easter weekend bank holiday return flight from Manchester to Ibiza £67.98 @ Ryanair
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friday to tuesday flight from manchester to ibiza on april long weekend bank holiday. https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/booking/home/MAN/IBZ/2017-04-14/2017-04-18/1/0/0/0 bargain!!!!
It will be even cheaper in February/March. I was in Mallorca for Easter weekend for £20 return with Ryanair. Booked a flights 5 weeks before departure. Bare in mind there is still a lot of rainy days in Baleares in April and all main attractions and hotels are closed after winter season.
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Good find. My son was looking for some flights and there will be about 6lads going so. Heat from me xxx
Good deal for easter w/end
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proudtobegran

you mean Easter weekend?



​hi yes. easter weekend. tah. x
From Manchester: August School Holidays, 10 nights Ibiza family of 5 £319.94pp @ Alpharooms
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It's not as cheap as my previous deal for school holidays but these are direct flights and it's for a family of 5. This time it's 10 nights in Ibiza in a 2 bedroomed apartment in C… Read more
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badgerpelt

I have not voted, but what would make me wary without looking into it … I have not voted, but what would make me wary without looking into it further, would be1) the costs of luggage for a 10 day holiday (never used ryanair, but they seem to have a bad rep for hidden extras)2) the nightmare stories you hear about privately booked bus transfers (god knows what Portinax would cost if you just jumped in a taxi at the airport, it's at the other end of the island).3)Also is this exempt from the hotel room tax?4) If you're not booking all inclusive, then what will the exchange rate be like next summer? At least two meals are covered though.As I said, not voted. Portinax is a quiet village, can't think think where the nearest reasonable supermarket is (post office is cheap for booze though). Hope 3 kids are happy with the beach, a few swings/slides, and I assume an apartment block pool, because with no kids clubs and evening entertainment there could be some grumbles.



Luggage can be added on at an additional cost with both Monarch and Ryanair. I think Monarch hand luggage allowance is 10kg. I haven't included it here as in August I've no idea what a family of 5 need luggage wise. I mean do kids need 10kg each? I did two weeks in Japan on less than 10kg of luggage but each to their own.

I'm unsure on the city tax, but I know lots of European destinations, eg Italy have this which is normally settled upon arrival at the hotel. Of course you can change the hotel for an AI one, and you could hire a car. I think it depends on what facilities want, some want an AI resport where they don't need to move for a week, others prefer to get out and about. The hotel website gives some indication of what is nearby and activities but there appears to be shops nearby for food and drink too. The hotel webaite is here

The transfers via bus with holiday taxis have good review and are on cash back sites. You can also look at transfers with hoppa.com or similar.
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I have not voted, but what would make me wary without looking into it further, would be

1) the costs of luggage for a 10 day holiday (never used ryanair, but they seem to have a bad rep for hidden extras)

2) the nightmare stories you hear about privately booked bus transfers (god knows what Portinax would cost if you just jumped in a taxi at the airport, it's at the other end of the island).

3)Also is this exempt from the hotel room tax?

4) If you're not booking all inclusive, then what will the exchange rate be like next summer? At least two meals are covered though.

As I said, not voted.

Portinax is a quiet village, can't think think where the nearest reasonable supermarket is (post office is cheap for booze though). Hope 3 kids are happy with the beach, a few swings/slides, and I assume an apartment block pool, because with no kids clubs and evening entertainment there could be some grumbles.
Edited by: "badgerpelt" 19th Nov 2016
Not sure why people have voted cold on this? This is bang smack in the middle of the holidays, with a decent sized apartment and a short flight so idea for families. Hot from me
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Pete Tong Presents Ibiza Classics - Live this December 2016 £50 @ See Tickets
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If you've not heard this you really should. It's brilliant, and I'm not a fan of Pete Tong, truth be told.
Sorry, but seems a bit much to me.

Is it the same sort of thing they done with I think it was Ministry Of Sound old house music at the Albert Hall, London a year or so ago as I'm sure I only paid about £20 for that (would not have been more than £30)?
This and the Hacienda classical are just wrong. Middle aged Guardian readers trying to convince a younger generation this was and is cool.

Imagine raving to this stuff back in 88/88 and thinking in 20 years this will sound great in the Albert Hall as a prom.

(from a middle aged non-newspaper reading ex-young person)
I watched the last concert on YouTube last week. Turned the soundbar and sub up. It was an excellent concert. Totally different. Genius.
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reminds me of hooked on classics


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Edit 19/9 now £45 > Chicco Echo Stroller in Garnet, Marine Blue or Sea Green was £100 now £45 with code C+C @ Tesco Direct
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