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Half Price on ALL Ladies Watches & Debenhams Online - Includes Radley, Orla Kiely and Sekonda + 3% Top Cashback
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Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
50% Discount on various women’s watches in todays Star Deal at Debenhams Online. Brands include Radley, Sekonda and Orla Kiely. Up to 184 Styles to choose from. Perfect for Prese… Read more
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gillamy

Flamedeer

pinklemonhat

for some reason the link is not available anymore :(

katymabel

Site won't load for me right now but that's probably my phone. Excited to look at the Orla watches. Great deal, thanks (highfive)

dealfinder2018

You’re welcome :D

Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World
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01/04/2019Expires on 01/04/2019Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
14 and 21 day passes to Walt Disney World, Florida are now reduced by Disney themselves, plus you get free exclusive Toy Story magic bands, which are $25 each. 14 day passes are £3… Read more
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fiffio101

Thought DAS was only available for disabled visitors?

bobthewibble

Just a cheap local hotel, there are some amazing bargains to be found using the Priceline website with the Hotel Canary hack - read about it here: https://blog.touringplans.com/2018/10/23/using-hotel-canary-to-book-priceline-express/

Dajay

What would you folks advise when it comes to accommodation on a budget for just two adults?

paulwmather

We went last year and loved it. It’s huge beyond what we’d even imagined. The food was amazing and the service was next to none. We loved it and will go back. DLP is now out of the question until they fix their menus for us coeliacs.

BrightLights1969

Disneyland Paris is definitely needing a lot of investment, after many years of neglect, which Disney announced recently. Various plans and building works start in January 2019. After my second visit in July 2017, I wouldn't go back to Disneyland Paris. Food not great, rides constantly breaking down. Disney World in Orlando is on another level. If you get the chance to go, grab it. I promise you will be amazed. Wonderful experience. We did the 7 days, plus 7 free this summer, including magic bands (toy story) and memory maker (great addition and so worthwhile).

Orlando Airport Lounge Access - Family of 4 - £52.20 (with code) @ FHR Airport Services
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Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
3 hours Lounge access at Orlando airport (MCO) for a family of 4 for just £52.20 which includes food and drink (including alcohol). Also use Quidco/Topcashback to potentially lower… Read more
lord_trumpington

The last 2 weeks of August are more expensive on tui

classygear

No this site is about specific deals. Forums are for general advise

vjeffreys

Isn’t this site about helping people get a good deal on things.

robo989

Haha that is so brilliant. Love it!

classygear

Remind me...wasn't this thread about Orlando Airport Lounge access :/

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From London: Xmas & New Year in Orlando 16 Nights 24/12 to 09/01 Flights, Highly Rated Hotel & Airport Transfers £752.32pp @ Loveholidays
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17/12/2018Expires on 17/12/2018Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
I'm not going to use the word budget as Orlando will never be cheap. I've put together a deal I think is great value with a really good hotel. Flights have one short stop either w… Read more
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Azwipe

Yes, we go twice a year and always stay in Rosen Hotels. They are all owned by a self made local guy and every hotel has the same standard. Clean, safe & friendly staff, no resort fees either. The big Rosen hotels, Plaza, Centre & Shingle Creek have more facilities but the smaller ones are just as good for the price.

airbus330

Its a good deal, but, I would be very reluctant to route through Philly in December, as if the weather is snowy you could end up spending Xmas on the terminal floor. Just saying :-)

y_am_I_buying_this

Should really say no luggage in the title and seriously no one goes away for that king as a family with no luggage. This is not a good deal. Voted cold

chrb

Book flights on carltonleisure.com £18183.28 You have a typo in flight price

tastemynuts

The four seasons is very nice.

Disney & Orlando theme park tickets adults at kids prices and free UK theme park tickets
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Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
3000 tickets at this price if you purchase a Disney ultimate ticket or Orlando combo ticket. You get them at kids prices and free tickets to a UK theme park.
toonarmani

No assumption on the rate, it’s what I was charged when I booked tickets a couple of days ago (Halifax Clarity card so no fees). We can pray Trump is gone by then and Brexit has been cancelled and watch the £-$ soar :) Can’t wait for Discovery Cove :

classygear

LOVE the fact you decided to include the £0.05 to mine but neglected the £0.57 on yours! :p Your assumption on your exchange rates is also that your using a credit card that doesn’t charge a fee for paying in $ whereas Floridatix is in £ so no charge and that I only have to pay a £10 deposit and also get a Florida Discount card worth £25 plus some mall vouchers (no idea if any good though). It was worth the extra to me. BUT I agree it seems much of this is dependant on when your travelling and whether you have the available cash to pay IN FULL 8 months prior to travel as with DC direct (shock) . With Trump in charge can you be sure America will still be around by then?

toonarmani

With the code you mentioned its £180.05pp with Floridatix. Direct with DC it's £165pp (including sales tax @ 6.5% and at $1.28 rate). So still £15pp cheaper, but for those looking at summer months (like me) it's a much more considerable saving.

classygear

You haven’t entered the code ‘dcove5’. And with exchange rates and added 6.5% tax when you buy direct from DC how is it £30 more?

toonarmani

Feb is showing as £190pp with Floridatix, so almost £30pp more?

Save 5% on all theme park tickets in Orlando with Orlando Attraction Tickets
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Orlando Attraction Tickets are offering a 5% discount on all tickets until Monday. If you are buying for next year they offer a low deposit of £10 per person. Use promo code 'Black… Read more
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khendrie123

Valid for all major tickets like Disney, Universal, Seaworld and all of the lower attractions too.

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Non-stop from London, UK to Orlando, Florida for only £278 roundtrip on Virgin Atlantic via Skyscanner
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Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Non-stop flights from London, UK to Orlando, Florida for only £278 roundtrip with Virgin Atlantic. DEPART: London, UK ARRIVE: Orlando, USA RETURN: London, UK DATES: Availability fr… Read more
spik3_my_drink

The flight definitely does not stop. There is no need to. Even the worlds longest flight (Perth to London) doesn’t stop.

mummymelly

(annoyed) (skeptical)

mb1

The nation's second city, after Birmingham.

firstofficer

The fullstop button is just right of the [space-bar]... Kindest regards

mummymelly

:) (lol) (flirt) Could’ve been London Ontario, Kindest Regards :p I was referring to which London airport as i’m sure you are aware our Capital has several international airports8)

7 Nights Orlando for 4 people (2a + 2c) - Direct Return Flights w/ 20kg luggage pp + Car Hire + 7 Nights 4*  hotel £267.10pp w/code @ Tui
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Getaway to Florida for 7 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including return flights from Gatwick - flying out 24th October, School holidays for some. Includes 20kg luggage allowan… Read more
Janetham

Im still waiting for a reply,about the florida holiday

Janetham

My children are 16 and 13 are they still classed as children for this deal

cjabingham

Manchester deals please Chanchi!

abigsmurf

First time I went to Florida it was for 3 weeks and was amazing. You can do a complete Florida in 2 weeks with planning but it won't be a relaxing holiday, especially if you book at an off peak time The week after Thanksgiving is good for low crowds and is good if you can't take extreme heat, plus you get all the Christmas stuff 2 days Magic Kingdom 1 day Hollywood studios 2 days Epcot (my favourite park, could switch this day to AK) 1 day Animal Kingdom 3 days Universal + Islands of Adventure 1 day at a Waterpark of your choice 1 day Seaworld 1 day Busch Gardens. 1 day left over In terms of hotel vs villa. I've stayed at Southern Dunes and whilst the space and privacy is neat, it's half an hour of extra driving each way. Personally I'd rather go for a nice hotel where you're 10 minutes away from the parks.

OoEliteoO

But half hour closer to legoland and the Everglades lol

ORLANDO £299PP!!! - 21st Feb 2019 1 week Based on 2 Adults and 2 Children Under 12 @ TUI Exeter
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My Local TUI shop has another fantastic deal! - 21st Feb 2019 - One week at the Monumental Movieland Hotel on International Drive - Return Virgin Direct Flights -Based on 2 Adults … Read more
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JeanetteAnneHeselden

Virgin Atlantic direct, flying from Gatwick 24th March,get back Monday 8th April

BigChief

Can I ask where you sourced this deal and where you are flying from. Thanks

bobthewibble

Tui don't fly mid Jan to march, which is why this is using Virgin

BSAR101

nothing like those prices for me lol 2 adults 1 child manchester £1405 cheapest i see.

JeanetteAnneHeselden

JeanetteAnneHeselden wrote: Got 2 weeks end March/beginning April with Virgin Holidays , breakfast included and fully inclusive car hire for £575, that’s 4 adults, 2 rooms Did you just do a search or go to shop, I have nothing like that price coming up when I look. TY Online, going 24th March

Family 4 Virgin Holidays Manchester 26th June 14Nights  Baymont Inn and Suites Celebration Kissimmee, Orlando
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Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Great price £1476.45 Baymont Inn and Suites CelebrationKissimmee, Orlando other Hotels Available on these dates Baymont Inn and Suites Celebration Kissimmee, Orlando Check in … Read more
01234

Deal expired as Virgin sale now finished this same deal now £4102.65 as the plane almost full well done if u booked this deal and have a magical holiday in summer 2019

KennyHamilton

Price gone up to over 3k

pokerbanter

Cancel it, lose your deposit & book this deal?

KennyHamilton

How did you get that?

Smeeble

Bit expensive for me to relocate first XD I just get a bit annoyed at these holiday deals for kids (in general) that are during term time.

2 Week Family 4 holiday July 2019 Virgin Holidays Manchester to Baymont Inn and Suites Celebration Kissimmee Orlando £1642.42
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Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Great price Virgin Holidays Orlando £1.642.42 family 4. 14 nights 3 July to 17 July 2019 suit Scottish family ie Holiday time up north car hire and free breakfast Other hotels Av… Read more
01234

Deal expired for these Dates Holiday Price Now Over £5000 Pounds Well Done to all who Booked Have Magical holiday At Disney

DIggy89

Thanks for posting this, I decided to go on my own for a week :) Got what I thought was a great deal ~£500 through playing around with the options from the link. Much appreciated and I can't wait now to go!

01234

It a live system prices change hourly try virgin atlantic £1400 without car hire https://www.virginatlantic.com

roberts432

good price but for me its hurricane season and too humid for me, but anyone who wants to go that time of yr great price. hotel might not be up too much but whos says you have to stay there , you atol protected as its a package i want a return visit to universal but prices are shocking as want to stay in the universal hotel club level, as was great but prices so high.

01234

The Virgin 747 jumbo jet is to retire 2019

Virgin Atlantic Belfast to Orlando £1029 return for 4 people 22nd June to 6th July 2019 or £257 per person return
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Just been searching for flights to Orlando from belfast. Loads of return flights coming up really cheap. I searched 22 June 2019 to 6th July and fare came up as £1029 for 4 people … Read more
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deaks07dd

Priced the exact dates £931 per person

leigh321

These prices were available this time last year as well for April, May June 2018, so anyone not booking for 2019 worth keeping an eye around this time for 2020.

louisefinlay

Price started to rise after I posted this deal. Last I checked 1st weekend in June was still low

narstar

Great deal if you can get it, I've been trying there for 3 people and it's coming up at £1600 so not sure if it was a misprice. Would definitely have booked over those dates as well!

scotts2a

I would pay 10 times that if I could travel back in time 16/07/18 ;) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)

Many UK cities to Orlando, Florida for only £239 roundtrip ON TUI
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Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Non-stop flights from many UK cities to Orlando, Florida (Sanford) for only £239 roundtrip. DEPART: London/Manchester/Birmingham/Newcastle, UK ARRIVE: Orlando, USA RETURN: Londo… Read more
ricey

Pretty sure London/Manchester/Birmingham/Newcastle are all English cities. There are no Scottish, Welsh or Northern irish cities here. This post is misleading. Cold.

steveieboy1

Those who think they know it all are very annoying to those of us who actually do.

mastablasta

Can’t understand simple terms and conditions. That’s not cute at all.

haywiz

Let’s have a fun time of shredding arguments. Fake news is not propaganda. Fake news is as you’d expect fake. Propaganda is, by definition, Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view. It is not fake it is hyperbolic, it is defamatory, but it is certainly not a lie. Secondly, the [West and whiteness etc..] point is both tangental, completely unrelated dare I say it, and anecdotal (I.e. not representative and solely based on personal experience that is neither based on statistics nor is representative of a demographic: those thinking whiteness and the West are a problem). Actually it shows your bias more than it does mine, because the most likely propagator of this silly idea that people with inclinations towards the left are somehow ashamed are news outlets that are further right, where else would it be from? Tell me. Finally, the guardian does indeed try to be objective, though it shows inclination to the left, that is mainly through editorials and opinion pieces and before you call that out for being anecdotal, in its articles it list citations for each claim that is not based on opinion and therefore where it reports on something its bias is unlikely to be at all strong, but will generally simply be an entirely founded comment. So lovely when you play fruit ninja with an argument: slice each argument to shreds before they can even touch the ground..

cocobean121

Clue is in the title...... Many UK cities to Orlando, Florida for only £239 round trip ON TUI, (round trip being the biggest clue) :D

Orlando Passport Plus 2018 £706 adult / £669 child with code @ Orlando attraction tickets
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Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Orlando Passport Plus 2018 Adult tickets £706 Child tickets £669 Use code MSE5 for an extra £5 saving off each ticket
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luvsadeal

I think I paid this price for August so don’t think this is anything special. It seemed far cheaper to buy here before you go. I used attraction tickets direct and they were fine. We did shop around a bit and they do price match but we couldn’t better their price.

luvsadeal

They were the best parks.

kvn618

Seems great prices why cold votes?

MatthewMurdock

If you can pass on SeaWorld and Busch Gardens it's £50 cheaper to get the 14 day tickets directly from Disney and Universal.

7 Night Florida Holiday for 4 people (2a + 2c) - Direct Return Flights w/ 20kg luggage pp + Car Hire + 7 Nights  4* Delta Orlando Lake Buena Vista hotel £253.60pp w/code @ Tui
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Last minute getaway to Florida for 7 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including return flights from East Midlands (flying out on Sunday 9th September) including 20kg luggage allo… Read more
Besford

Don't need political messages on here - especially when they're false - and particularly from someone who doesn't contribute to HUKD, just takes from it.

pareshdc

Political message not at the ad. Full of wind like your hurricane.

bleeper

Just had this email but when I went to get the deal its "no longer available". What a crock!!

Besford

'Make do'! Much nicer way to holiday. Presumably you knew this before you had kids?

barnehurst

I'm guessing this is term time only and no educational value. Clever kids will be fine, but others will never catch up. Who knows if will affect their life chances?

London To Orlando Return flights £252 on Virgin Atlantic via Skyscanner
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GlenBurn

Virgin have never sold flights for anything like this price in the summer holidays. In the past 4 years the lowest school holidays direct flight I've seen is in the £600s. If you want cheap you have to look at connecting flights.

aamir34

See in picts date 10 Jan 2019 coming back 20 January 2019

refaey

What dates? We just came back from Orlando on United Airlines (never again!) but would like to visit again next year. I can't find anything cheaper than £900/person for August 2019.

spicy_gal

there are some genuine deals though. we booked and got flights for last august, similar prices with virgin to Orlando. everything was included. just read the small stuff

Burgmeister

Virgin's "Lite" fare (as this most likely is) doesn't include luggage or pre-booking your seat but does include meals and drinks.

Free Orlando & Theme Parks Guide
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Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
This is nice and easy. Just head over to the Visit Orlando website to grab your free guide Start planning your dream holiday to Orlando, whether you’re making your kid’s dreams co… Read more
unrealt87

If anyone wants a digital copy without having to give a ridiculous amount of details, here's the link. (highfive)

DonDraper

Bit of a Mickey Mouse place TBH ....

smudge92

Do u get that book or is that something completely different?

Vespa123

Thanks

andywedge

Thanks @SavageDonkey

Baymont Inn & Suites Orlando USA, Florida, Orlando, International Drive Area  9th September  From Manchester  7 nights £1043 @ Thomas Cook
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7 Nights, Continental BreakfastDeluxe 2 Queens Room (2 Adults, 1 Child) Max age for child price 19 Airport Transfer: Airport: approx. 25 mins 09 Sep 2018 11:55 - 16:15 Manchester -… Read more
abigsmurf

2 soft drinks a day by a family of four on a 2 week Disney holiday is around $300. A simple lunch each day will run you $600+ That's a lot of money easily saved, food and drink at Disney parks are eye-wateringly expensive. Nothing wrong with taking in a bottle to fill at water fountains and avoiding having meals in the park (having a breakfast buffet at the hotel or Golden Corral is usually the best option, will keep you full until dinner). There's a lot to be said about keeping costs under control for a Florida holiday. If you go too far trying to ensure a 'perfect' holiday with no thoughts to cost, you can turn a £2000-2500 holiday into a £5000+ and get questionable value for it.

mastablasta

I can never understand the people who pay thousands to holiday in Florida and you then see them taking sandwiches and bottles of tap water. It’s an easy way to spot Dibb posters I guess along with the tattoos and soccer tops.

chapeltownveg

Avoid this hotel at all costs the room was horrible it smelt of damp , the carpet turned your feet black , the shuttles are included in your resort fee so aren't really complimentary.

lqborges

What if you've got a second child?

wakeywarrior

Mid September is one of the quietest times of the year.

Family of 5 14 nights in Orlando £1281 inc breakfast!  @ TUI
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Unlike most of these really cheap deals there are a choice of departure airports, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, East Mids & Gatwick! £286.20 each then use code Exotic150 to g… Read more
afckev

Exactly what we did and absolutely loved it, all transport laid on with the excellent bus service between hotel and parks, plus magical express to and from airport. I would go for more than a week though, if affordable for you. We are planning on doing this again as we had such a good time

rooney10

If you wanted to do the full range of parks (ie Disney and Universal-9 park) you would need closer to £630 per person and that wouldn't include Busch gardens/Sea World. (£3150 total per family of 5) If you wanted the 12 park ticket (to include Disney/Universal/Sea World and Busch Gardens)then this would set you back around £740 per person. (£3700 total for family of 5) If you just wanted to do Disney then you would be looking at around £380 per person. (£1900 total per family of 5) As for spending money whilst you are there (eating,drinking and fuel only) expect to spend anywhere between £2000-£4000+. I guess it depends on how frugal you aim to be. We like to enjoy ourselves whilst away and the rest of the year we can be frugal ! lol. That said, I still try and mix budget eating options with mid-priced dining options and we go through around £3500 for our family of 5 which includes 2 teenagers that are always hungry ! Don't forget the £20 a day car parking fees for the Disney parks if you are driving and staying offsite , these can add up ;) There are ways to get free transportation to the parks but it is a balance of convenience / time I guess. For a family of 5 I'd recommend just paying for the parking. Annual pass holders get free parking and only 1 member of the party needs to have one so if you are someone in your party is planning on visiting more than once in 12months then this is a great way to save on parking charges.

cadmus

Happiest place on Earth and Epcot is very educational too ;)

Wirralbargains77

As it would be a once in a life time holiday and now thinking due to our child's age that universal wouldn't be suitable now thinking of doing a week just in Disney. Staying on site at Disney. Pre booking food and park tickets and booking flights separately it's coming in at just over £4000 thats giving us £100 a day spending money but does include all our meals

Mary_Mary

Not cheap, depends on what parks you do and whether you plan to spend on food whilst there. I only did magic kingdom and found the price of food the same as any theme park here but I couldn't do it in a day - each park Need a a good few days so it all adds up. Also get a car!!! We spent about 250 for a week using a chevelot saloon which was fine for us.

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