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Rome, Italy 2-3 Night Hotel Stay With Breakfast & Flights from £69pp @ GoGroopie
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Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Great value, 2 nights from £69pp / 3 nights from £99pp including Flights & Rome is a gorgeous city - one of my favourite places in Italy The cheapest option is to fly from Lon… Read more
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thedopeyone

No info about flight departure times? How do I know I don't land middle of the night, before buying the voucher?

maccalen

Has anyone got any idea how this would work for two adults and a baby? Thank you.

bhaisab

I've had this problem twice with tourcentre with deals listed on Holiday pirates.... availability changes but can be amened... always with a price uplift

.MUFC.

You can usually find similar deals yourself if you check Ryanair and I'd recommend tripadvisor to search for hotels and it'll compare price of different companies etc..

jimel

fck that then

From Liverpool: Rome & Brazil Holiday (Carnival time in Rio) 25 Feb - 10 March £591.44pp @ lastminute.com/ebookers
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30/12/2018Expires on 30/12/2018Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
If I hadn't already been to Brazil I'd be on this straight away, great time of year, two great places and ideal for those in the North West. Not only that you will be in Rio for pa… Read more
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell

Heat for the Bongos (embarrassed)

0XYM0R0NIC

Heat for effort 🔥

From Luton: Valentines Day Bologna, Venice & Rome Holiday 13-18 February £156.07pp @ Ebookers (£312.15)
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31/01/2019Expires on 31/01/2019Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Here's a great value trip exploring three Italian cities, Bologna, Venice and Rome including Valentines day in Venice. 13 February You'll fly to Bologna and spend 1 night at the … Read more
rachelandgromit

The accommodation is rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor for Bologna and Venice. The Rome Hotel is rated 3.5/5. This is a budget trip but its hardly hovels! I'm unsure if you've read any of the reviews but they are below. Reviews below: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187801-d1185702-Reviews-Albergo_San_Vitale-Bologna_Province_of_Bologna_Emilia_Romagna.html https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187870-d567603-Reviews-Hotel_Vecellio-Venice_Veneto.html https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187791-d2067870-Reviews-Aloha_Roma-Rome_Lazio.html

davemorris1

accommodation might be OK for backpackers but people over 20 aren't going to want to stay in hovels.

davem13

Good find

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Rome and Venice city break with flights from Manchester, hotels and train transfer for £129pp (or£110pp after cashback) via Groupon
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Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Another good deal from Groupon, Rome and Venice holidays with hotels, flights from Manchester and train tickets betwin Rome and Venice, total price is £129pp or £258 for two people… Read more
Marrilyn

Use code QUICKTRIP for 20%off

peter1969uk

Don't forget your wellies, for Venice.

nofaddey

Checked out this deal and to be honest it's really not that good. Flights to Rome and venice at this time are about £70 total and the 3* hotels are about £30pn and are all about 35-40 mins walk away or 20-25 mins public transport away to the center of Rome/Venice which is very inconvenient as part of a short trip also the train is only about ~£10pp. My advice take parts of this deal. Like book flights using sky scanner and find a nice Airbnb or hotel yourself that's probably closer. Sure it may cost £10 or £20 more in total but you don't have to faff around with vouchers and booking agencies also for warning of hidden costs because the deal makes no mention of transfers from the airports to the hotel and nor does it mention breakfast at the hotel's which is included at the £30 pn price I quoted. You have been warned :)

2 nights in Rome city break for 2 with flights from London Gatwick and hotel - £69pp via Groupon
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Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Check this out Found this deal for short city break on Groupon, for £69pp you can go to Rome from London Gatwick on selected dates on second half of January, that's £138 for two pe… Read more
ryanoctober

Be wary of these: you won’t always get the dates shown on Groupon. You don’t find this out until AFTER you’ve paid.

timidluke

Doesnt let me use the code? Quantity 2, 2 nights from London

Sonic_Rahman

Flights going to be 6:45am outgoing be there for 10:20am got the whole day so I can't complain much (lol)

chocci

15% for this deal but brings it down to £102 after topcashback which is amazing Although I would never book with Groupon as you might end up with flights at midnight from Luton!

chocci

What were your flight times like? Love Rome!

Rome, Florence and Venice: 6 Nights  - Including Hotels / Flights from London / Train Transfers £159 pp w/ code (new account) @ Groupon
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Rome, Florence and Venice: 6 Nights - Including Hotels / Flights from London / Train Transfers £159 pp w/ code (new account) @ Groupon
Thought this looked decent value for a 6 night break away to Rome, Florence, and Venice including flights, hotel stays and Italian train transfers. Works out at £159 per person usi… Read more
Gaukiro

promo code dosen't seem to be working coz I cannot even click for it to apply. Any suggestions?

Gaukiro

Sorry for such a question, How does this work for a married couple with two year kid? Any experience? Thanks

chocci

Obviously 2 people. 6 nights in Rome, Venice & Florence, train fares (brilliant 250kmph trains) and flights for £159pp is a steal.

chocci

No.

Bambibear

We had our honeymoon in Venice in mid December 10 years ago, beautiful but cold weather, similar to the UK, chance of snow and rain. (Was also in Milan last year same time and it was icy and rainy). In Venice it floods for a few hours each day (see earlier post), hence you get good deals and it's quieter, some restaurants close for the winter but they have raised walkways everywhere, tbh it was my favourite trip and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Agree with other posts above though, 2 days isn't enough. 3 is long enough for a decent chance of seeing a lot. Just don't forget the wellies.

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10 Days 9 Nights 3 Cities (Rome / New York / Barcelona) - £328pp - 18th to 28th Jan 2019 via Google Flights - Flights Only / Accomodation Required
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10 Days 9 Nights 3 Cities (Rome / New York / Barcelona) - £328pp - 18th to 28th Jan 2019 via Google Flights - Flights Only / Accomodation Required
10 Days 3 Stunning Cities Friday January 18th Manchester to Rome Monday January 21st Rome to New York Thursday January 24th New York to Barcelona Monday January 28th Barcelona… Read more
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GhostCaspar

Do you get Google Flying Taxis? Google Room service? I'm expecting Goolgle Homes in every portion of the room. Easy for google.

unhappybunny

Sounds good. I’ve been to all 3 cities and love them. What a great way to spend two weeks off work. premium economy would be ok for the long haul flights. Im Silver with BA so ideally one world carriers to get TPs and then can use lounge access at airport. excellent deal

cdennis1990

At the moment around the same dates as i have posted the cheapest i am getting business class is £1956 per person will do plenty of more research over the next couple of days

cdennis1990

I'll do some research for you

unhappybunny

Is there a business class option. I’d love to do this in business for say 4 times as much money

Five nights Manchester to Rome Flights + Hotel included - £210.30 for 2 People - 16th-21st Jan 2019 via Booking.com
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Five nights Manchester to Rome Flights + Hotel included - £210.30 for 2 People - 16th-21st Jan 2019 via Booking.com
Looking at some deals after Christmas and come across this perfect Christmas present for two people, Flights return Wednesday 16th January to Monday 21st January £78.30 for two p… Read more
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len_ere

room showing for 300 for me..the flight includes no added extra as well. Still hot

madail

Booked this thank you .......my hotel was £149 though cos i dont have “genius status” on bookng.com !

yorkie12

Ryan Air are good as long as you don't have any problems with them, if your flight gets cancelled that's when the fun starts. Our flights in December got cancelled due to snow and the best we could get from Ryan Air was our money back. No chance of them re-booking on another flight of their own , never mind anyone else's. They even gave us the compulsory copy of EU rules in French , hoping we wouldn't understand it. Queued for 4 hours at the airport only to be told you have to re-book online and when we got online they hadn't updated our flights to cancelled and didn't do so for around 8 hours and when we could re book said everything was fully booked for the next 7 days. Tried Chat / phone but they'd only direct you back to the website when they should have found us flights with another airline. Holiday had to be scrapped and my insurance ended up paying for a replacement later in the year.

rodman

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ryanair&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiUosT80ujcAhVdFMAKHa5BA00Q_AUICygC&biw=1920&bih=943

Groovii.D

Can be decent, but then again could be wet.

24 hours in Ancient Rome - Audiobook - £1.99 @ Audible
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24 hours in Ancient Rome - Audiobook - £1.99 @ Audible
Great book. Great audiobook. What's not to like at this price? Book is 99p Audiobook today only is £1.99 Real history not pompous history.
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Longy

For anyone else struggling to buy an audible book whilst abroad, it worked for me when I did it entirely from Chrome rather than letting the Audible app open for the purchase.

cowsmoooo

I'm only a few chapters in but it's great so far, really easy to follow.

Longy

I like the look of this but I'm struggling to buy it while on holiday in France. Even with a VPN which is odd.

Yas

I've still got SPQR for 99p unread from last year. But thought I'd give this a go instead. It looks a lot more accessible!

kevessex

Thanks

London to Rome for only £18 Return! @ Momondo
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London to Rome for only £18 Return! @ Momondo
Ryanair Flights from London to ROME for £18 return! Seems super cheap if anyone wants to go? Travel dates: October – December 2018 Some more dates that should work: … Read more
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BigBen75020

Good find op. Will cost for me to to Stansted Airport from Leicester lol

PaulthePastyLover

Wait until the fines start arriving...

lakesh8602

I am seeing prices for over £30+ each. Is that right?

MistaMo

Ciampino airport coach into Rome drops you off by the main station in Rome, Statzione Termini, offers a return price and is definitely more reliable than Ryanair. I always stay at a budget b&b called Hotel Luciani, 3 star rated, less than 5mins walk from drop off point. Luciani is a family run place, parents had it in 2000 when I first went (older kid helped out then), and now their grown children run it. From single bed to family rooms with bunk beds, hotel is well looked after, rooms tended to and most importantly (for me), it's a very clean hotel. Most touristy places are within walking distance Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain etc and if you go to the Vatican, you need to go more than once; if prayers are being offered, some rooms are shut one morning but open next afternoon so there's always a chance you'll see something you missed previously.

trd

Why didn't you file a small claim instead of using CEDR? Ok you'd have to pay the initial court fee, but BA would have to repay that too. Imagine if BA didn't settle... you'd then have £2000 resting on a crappy arbitration body, which if badly decided would surely predjudice the later required court case?!! I'm not sure if this CEDR is similar to adjudicators or ombudsman bodies but I've had bad experiences with both of the latter who make idiotic rulings while they are never held accountable (unless you risk £5k to bring a judicial review.) I'd never risk using them again, filing a small claim has ALWAYS been faster and more effective. At least with a small claim you know its far more independent and you can always appeal with the same no costs rule applicable.

Ciao Italia: Flights to Venice, Milan or Rome from £18 return @ Holiday Pirates
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Ciao Italia: Flights to Venice, Milan or Rome from £18 return @ Holiday Pirates
Get those seat belts buckled and those tray tables up Pirates because we have discovered these incredibly cheap flights, where you can fly to Italy and still have change from a £20… Read more
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dona3853

The CEO of Pepper Group who run HUKD is also a partner in Holiday Pirates.

extonjoe

Ryanairs days are numbered, soon be out of business.

fifthcolumn

Spot on..Ryanair cancelled our flights from Zurich to Rhodes in August, as they've done with hundreds of other flights over the last 2 summers due to scheduling issues, lack of planes, industrial action etc . Many travel insurers do not cover Ryanair related disruptions and it's a mission trying to get any help from Ryanair Customer Services. I suspect a pattern where Ryanair is quick to cancel flights where operational costs outweigh any hit they would take on EC 261 related claims so routes with low load factors are more likely to be effected. If you book these super cheapy flights, make sure that any hotel bookings, car rental etc you make are fully refundable. Caveat emptor!

skyhigh5

We had 3 major delays and 2 cancellation within last 2 months. Unfortunately there is no compensation.

adam_holcombe

Why are we saying the merchant is holiday pirates? It's ryanair, no?

Long weekend (3 nights) in Rome for £102 each (total £204) including flights and hotel @ ebookers
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Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Long weekend (3 nights) in Rome for £102 each (total £204) including flights and hotel @ ebookers
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out from Stansted on Saturday 17th November returning Tuesday 20th November staying for 3 nights. I’ve chosen the centrally located Hotel Pica… Read more
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online2014

thanks for this post i am trying to get to rome next week and you have single handedly made every flight sell out !!!!!

stubbadub

Not all Romans are great and friendly. I had my wallet pickpocketed on the bus. But its a great place to visit. Just be careful.

PhilK

I was in Rome 8 years ago during late July and it was hotter than it is here now. I recall 33 deegrees and 35 degrees during 4 days there

gidsterc

Or you could just be a 'jumper'...?

Madchester

Probably want at least £600 spends for you “cheap” long weekend

Rome Total War II: Emperor Edition (Steam PC) £12  Instant Gaming
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Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Rome Total War II: Emperor Edition (Steam PC) £12 Instant Gaming
Activation code for Steam for Rome Total War II Emperor Edition. Steam itself is a lot more expensive. Go easy. First post!
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petermcgregor14

Agreed, the earlier total wars had so much more personality. Nowadays it seems like they just re-hash it over and over. Exact same content, sometimes less so that they can then go on to add "expansions" for more money. I'm not cynical.... (lol)

hukdjps

Good price for Rome 2, voted hot. After playing the original Rome and Rome 2, I personally prefer the original even though it starting to look quite dated its less buggy and more fun to play.

prav86

The time spent waiting toward the endgame becomes ridiculous on all the recent games. And yes if we all had the MET office's supercomputers at home then maybe we could run a halfway decent game, but it would still be with a reduced graphics display and no shadows and no fire and a unit size of 10 etc... Medieval 2 had the balance correct, and is infinitely more playable than anything since. Plus you actually get to finish the game which is novel. Empire has a known glitch i've never been able to get around, where it freezes halfway through a campaign, usually on a naval battle. And using autocomplete defeats the purpose of playing a RTS. Shogun had horrendous sea battles, and "fixed" this with Fall of the Samurai which introduced 1-sided sea battles if you pick any side with ironclads. But again, i never actually got to complete a game because it took so long to wait for the AI turns to be done. Basically buy the newer versions of total war if you're all about CPU and SSD and want to START dozens of amazing campaigns. Which i will be doing. Heat added. Game bought. Sigh, i hate this site.

petermcgregor14

Good price. Just cant get into the more recent total wars, spend more time waiting for the turns to process than you do issuing orders/commands. Medieval 2 was the best. I liked empire total war but it was pretty slow at processing turns, seemed to go downhill from there.

Cheap return tickets to India via. Rome flying with Alitalia in November!! 275pp return - Travelup
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Cheap return tickets to India via. Rome flying with Alitalia in November!! 275pp return - Travelup
Was just checking tickets to India and came across this!!! Return tickets for 2 people from LHR to New Delhi with layover in rome (314pp) or break journey in rome for a day!! 2 p… Read more
deeky

It's called soapboxing.

unkypoo

Hey, I am breaking my journey for a day in Rome, to see rome for like 24 hours and then flying to delhi, so on travelup just go to flights booking and select multi-city, try the dates for london to rome, rome to delhi and then just a return from delhi to london, the dates are in my screenshot. Maybe the prices have changed now, haven't checked after I booked. Hope it helps :)

zworld

Cheapest is £313 pp!

zworld

Can't see the 7:25am flight ? I chose the same options as you OP but can't see anything?

Hitya

£277 on Skyscanner now. Good price but less than a week in India is really not enough time to see Delhi or any other part of India.

Rome and Venice 4 days holiday from £129 @ Groupon
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Rome and Venice 4 days holiday from £129 @ Groupon
Rome And Venice holidays for 4 days leaving on 19-21 of march, includes 2 nights stay in Rome in hotel and 2 nights stay in Venice, return flights from London, and train tickets be… Read more
shaylorkay

Me & my partner are going in march cost £251 for us both for 2 nights decent departure and times too via icelolly

matwalaboy

A better one was posted a few days back https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rome-and-venice-4-nights-at-a-choice-of-hotels-train-transfer-return-flights-from-10965pp-groupon-2889296 - but that isn't available now I think.

PilnMacAmhlaidh

Can’t wait, going in the 18th feb

alfa111

Posted yesterday. I just booked for Rome last week!

Rome and Venice: 4 Nights at a choice of Hotels + Train Transfer + Return Flights from  £109.65pp @ Groupon
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Rome and Venice: 4 Nights at a choice of Hotels + Train Transfer + Return Flights from £109.65pp @ Groupon
Enjoyed Rome when I went a few years ago and would definitely go back, Venice is on the to do list Use code ESCAPE15 to get quoted prices based on 4 night trip (can extend to 6 … Read more
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italiastar33

:-) Have you ever been to Venice or Rome or do you get all your facts from the Daily Mail ? Actually, I've just re-read your comment above - do you write for the Maily Dail - Thousands ??? - could you please send me these links because I can't find them.

Phila4

Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the links and all the reviews on Trip Advisor which would tell most people that they should have reservations going to Venice or Rome.

italiastar33

That was last summer !!!!!

italiastar33

Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to constantly wonder where the next con is coming from.

Phila4

This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. See here; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5296713/Japanese-diners-call-police-charged-1-000.html I would suggest you read the comments to discover just what a rip off place Venice is/can be and, funnily enough, a lot of the commenters also say Rome is just as bad. Also, the two restaurants mentioned, Osteria da Luca & Trattoria Casanova, have pretty unbelievable reviews on Trip Adviser - honestly, read both the DM comments and Trip Adviser reviews - it will leave you shaking your head in disbelief! I'm sure you can do Venice and Rome without experiencing problems, but from what I've read it's at the very least daunting and for me it would ruin any break constantly wondering where the next con is coming from. Also this later story; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5312539/Venice-restaurant-fined-17-000-diners-1-000-bill.html

Cheap trip to Venice hotel and flights - £69pp @ Wowcher [£138 per couple]
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Cheap trip to Venice hotel and flights - £69pp @ Wowcher [£138 per couple]
Spotted this offer on Wowcher. £69 for 2 night in 4* hotel and return flights. Lots of dates between now and July. Regional airports can be chosen too.
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wendybiv

None starter as the hotels are in Mestre anyway!!!

connor.cracknell

I contacted crystal travel directly in the end. The only flights they had left for my dates were ridiculous timings (return flight 5am) even though the voucher says they won’t be outside normal hours. I’ve paid an extra £49pp to have later flight times but they added an extra night in the hotel as well, so still not bad

gaz_anthony

Shame the hotels aren't actually in Venice

connor.cracknell

Also having this issue...did you get this sorted?

random_dude

Same, I made a point of speaking in a loud faux Italian accent and the looks I got! Ignorant

Amazing Value Short Break to Rome £99pp @ icelolly
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Amazing Value Short Break to Rome £99pp @ icelolly
Back by popular demand, this fabulous short break is staying at the Romoli Hotel and includes return flights Rome, ItalyRomoli HotelRoom only (bed and breakfast from £5 per person… Read more
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DnbTse

Only gone and book my ticket to go to Rome alone! May can’t come sooner :D

distinfran

Don't worry about it just do it .. much better to try than look back in later life at what could have been . I started travelling alone about four years ago. I do all sorts of things I would never have done previously and meet so many wonderful people. Longest holiday alone two and a half weeks! People are amazing when they see you are alone and often strike up conversation. Also shocked at how many other single women travelling. Try it you won't look back.

Kulaak

Well said, my last holidays have had me tied to my Mother (she has been good enough to offer the trip tho'). Whilst the break abroad has been nice never got to see much. although i did disapear from time to time (embarrassed)

rolstherat

Icelolkly are reputable. Decent deal if you have to do it on the cheap.

Robdk

If it's an evening flight out and a morning flight back, which it normally is with these deals, you're only getting one full day in Rome. It's a fantastic city and that isn't enough time to scratch the surface. In my opinion these city break deals always have a catch. You'd be much better off buying the flights and hotel separately for more flexibility.

From London: Italian Rail Trip - Venice, Milan, Cinque Terra, Rome and Naples £264.65 @ Ebookers
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From London: Italian Rail Trip - Venice, Milan, Cinque Terra, Rome and Naples £264.65 @ Ebookers
Whilst January is off peak season for exploring Italy, it does mean that you pay much cheaper with hotels and accommodation being much better value and there is some great offers, … Read more
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deleted1351975

Looks amazing.

LaTigra

It's Manarola not Portofino :D

Eenuh

Funnily enough I am in the process of putting together a 12 day trip to Italy (Milan - Florence - Siena - Pisa - Rome)... but it would be during the Easter break. Having it for this price would have been amazing! Does anyone know what is the quickest/easiest way to get to Stansted from Bournemouth? I had a look at National Express and it takes more than 5 hours! :S

Dilip_Mistry

Florence Rome Milan Siena Venice etc have had decent train stations

ellie14

Brilliant,very tempted ,well put together

Digoo DG-TH1130 Home Comfort Digital Indoor Thermometer Hygrometer Temperature Humidity Monitor £2.72 Delivered with code @ Banggood
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Digoo DG-TH1130 Home Comfort Digital Indoor Thermometer Hygrometer Temperature Humidity Monitor £2.72 Delivered with code @ Banggood
Great price. These seem to be popular so thought I'd post another for you lovely lot. Use code ' 2TH1130 ' at checkout to receive discount. Main Feature : World smallest the… Read more
Besford

If it's anything like the one I just received from China the readings are pure fiction!

chrisgw3

Me neither.

Yingy

Code doesn't work for me :(

Monkeycymru

This-little-tiny-thing... "I like you" (shock) Whaaat!!

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