Thanks mate, overwhelmed with work this eve.
One that's been considerably cheaper in the UK ;)
I just finished the the 25th ward the silver case It was fantastic
Thanks mate, overwhelmed with work this eve.
One that's been considerably cheaper in the UK ;)
I just finished the the 25th ward the silver case It was fantastic
My take on Vegas.............................. On the whole I didn't like Vegas. Too fake, noisy and sleazy. If you like all the pizazz, lights, gambling and noise everywhere, not to mention masses of people, then sure, stay in one of the strip hotels. We went in a couple to get prices (on a road trip so never planned anything as we didn't know where we'd be at any given time) and the people and, worse still, relentless noise from the machines, drove us out in a couple of minutes. If you hire a car then it will be horrendous trying to get into and out of the hotel car parks. The lights (most hotels have traffic lights controlling the cars in and out of each hotel car park) don't change for long and the worse problem is the masses of pedestrians that just ignore the lights and cross the road anyway, meaning maybe only 1 or 2 cars can get through onto the main strip road before they change to red again. Not to mention most, if not all, strip hotels have valet parking - you can add $10 - $30 each time you want to park or drive off in your car. Ridiculous. We then found a hotel sort of on the corner of the strip which was expensive, but nice. They too had valet parking though but at least you could get in and out reasonably easily. However, having checked into a suite, we went on to the balcony to find there were stickers everywhere saying you couldn't smoke - even on the balcony with the doors shut! They would fine you (or more like charge your credit card once you'd left) $500! Being a smoker, we immediately checked out. Fair enough not in the room, but outside 100ft up on a balcony??? Whatever, be wary of things like that if you're a smoker. The joke is though that many of the hotels allow smoking in the rooms, and even in the casinos (well they did in 2012 when we went). Before people start banging on about smokers, please note that smokers in the UK contribute £12 Billion in cigarette taxes and duty each year to the Treasury, yet 'cost' the country (NHS) only £2 Billion a year. So if there weren't smokers, or if smoking was banned completely, all you non smokers would need to pay a lot more income tax to make up that £10 Billion shortfall - something like an extra 5% tax (which would be an extra 25% more tax then most people pay already). Not to mention smokers on average don't live as long so get less back from the state in pensions. Anyway, we were about to abandon the whole idea when we stumbled, quite literally, on a gem of a hotel just around the corner from the strip. We got caught in the wrong lane and so had to turn right at the end of the strip, Then couldn't get across the road because of traffic so had to turn right again. Not knowing where we were really we just kept going and then found a great hotel - it was a sanctuary of peace compared to the strip hotels. It was all on one level, allowed smoking in some rooms and everywhere outside (common sense) and they had masses of FREE self parking so you could come and go immediately as you wished - without having to pay for somebody to park/retrieve your car every time you went anywhere, plus pay for the privilege! It was called Tuscany Suites and offered crazy good prices - we stayed I think 5 nights (used as a base to travel about the vegas area and see things such as the dam) and the average price per night was about $45. Check it out if you want something away from the mayhem of the strip - plus really big rooms (suites). We went to the Pawn Shop and ended up being in one of the filmed sequences with Rick and the old man, and then also went to Rick's Restorations and met Rick's brother who posed for pictures and gave autographs. A really nice guy actually - and HUGE, at least 6' 6", and maybe more. The pawn shop was NOTHING like you think - there are usually big queues waiting to get in and so you can barely move inside. Then if something interesting turns up, they ask everybody to leave apart from maybe 10 people they ask to stay behind to appear as 'customers' in the background. Then the 'stars' come out of the back room to film the segment, then once over they go back inside, the normal staff reappear and they open up the door to the queue again. You are instructed, firmly, NOT to look at the camera or the 'stars', just mingle around looking into the display cabinets as though it was just a regular no big deal day. What I felt was wrong was that the 'stars' wouldn't even thank the 'customers' that appeared in the filming, let alone pose for pictures or give autographs. They just appear and then disappear just as quickly when they film. They tell you before they come out that you shouldn't look at them or the camera, or even stand alongside the 'customer' pawning an item, and also that they will NOT pose for pictures or give autographs. Considering they would be nothing without all the people who go there to hopefully see them, they ought to at least thank those that are asked to remain during filming - I mean, how long does it take to have pictures taken and autographs given to a maximum of 10 people anyway?? What you also don't see on tv is the far end of the shop - crammed full of merchandise such as T-shirts, mugs, baseball caps and other memorabilia. This is apparently their main source of income (other than the TV rights) because, in reality, they don't make much money from buying and selling. The 'stars' are NEVER just hanging around inside waiting for people to rock up with their stuff, or even so that you can walk up to them to chat or take a picture. Other than when they film, the 'stars' are never there - just the regular staff that actually run the business in the normal course of the day. We did recognise one of the lesser staff that we'd seen occasionally on tv, but he was a very minor character. All in all very disappointing and a bit of a sham really as most people, like we did, think the 'stars' are just hanging around all day doing very little. The reality is they are rarely ever there (their big money comes from the tv series) and only appear on set days to film occasionally during that day. So would I go to Vegas again? Lol, no way.
It's a comparison website that makes money from ads. You can literally find the flight you want and buy it direct from the airline if you're that worried. That said, having read your comments on other threads it would seem you're a troll.
Always prefer to buy direct if i can. My flights to America on a comparison app said 'check website' where the price should have been, so it was bottom of the list, and it was cheaper than the 'cheapest price'
You have to be VERY careful with skyscanner. They use some very unscrupulous agencies. BUYER BEWARE.
We did around the world in 3 weeks, it was plenty of time. London, Singapore, Perth, Ayers Rock, Brisbane, Sydney, Honolulu,San Fransisco, London
Great deal. Managed to get direct flights from Manchester into Vegas and then return from San Fran to Manchester (via JFK) for £1,300 for a family of 5 in August summer holiday and with luggage.
Booked earlier this evening.... Return fort lauderdale from Heathrow in early August, £1025 for 4 people - didn't expect that! Including 23kg each too through netflights
Hmm, considering CLT in May/June for £270. Seems a sweet deal to me. Heat.
lol. Google it?
Have you got a link and the exact dates you booked? Please
What an absolutely bizarre post. 10/10 for effort if nothing else. Slow day I guess?
I passed my DVSA practical driving test [L] by learning to play this game in the arcades (who also went to Sega World in London in 1996?!) and mainly on the Sega Saturn (faithful port apart from the terrible clipping!). Now I keep my X360 just for this game. I passed first time with 8 minors (4 minors for speeding)! Anyone learning to drive, DO NOT book lessons with an instructor, just buy this game and you'll know what real driving is all about. It should be included in the DVSA's official learner driving test kit.
Thanks to all those who advised me regarding backwards compatability. Bought it. Played it. Completed it mate. lol
It's backwards compatible so works on XB1 but loads like a 360 game. I bought it on 360 a few years ago (for £47 less than I paid for the Saturn version!) and when it became BC it appeared in my XB1 games library.
Thanks so much man, took a bit of fiddling but I finally got it to work! (y)
slightly reworded guide (posted here by @cactusbrandy) for those who have not purchased from the Mexican eShop before using Revolut: 1. Create a spare email account 2. Create a regional PayPal account - in this instance, Mexico 3a. Create a new Nintendo account, using your new email address or 3b. Change your region to Mexico at accounts.nintendo.com (http://accounts.nintendo.com) and unlink your UK PayPal if you have linked it before at ec.nintendo.com/my (or click on Shop Menu in the accounts main page) 4. Get yourself signed up to Revolut (won't detail that here, as it is fairly easy really) 5. In your Mexico PayPal, add your Revolut card as a payment method - as @Cedira says, use your normal billing address for Revolut, putting Mexico as Region/Country and postcode/zip as 06500 6. This will confirm with a small $1 charge to your Revolut virtual card and add to PayPal nicely 7a. Link your Mexican PayPal account to your new Nintendo Account by going to buy a game with the new account (on your Switch); if you click the link in your email, do it incognito, in case it tries to go to the UK version of Nintendo where you may already have your account details saved or 7b. Sign into the eShop on your Switch and buy the game as per normal by linking your Mexican PayPal 8. Proceed to pay for games, using PayPal as your payment method and it will automatically draw funds from your Revolut card as needed 9. Enjoy! (Note: Clear your browser cache if you encounter any account errors) (Note 2: If you go by route b you have to sign into the eShop each time you change region, you'll also have to unlink your region specific PayPal account in step 3b) (Note 3: You will maintain any gold points earned in that region even if you switch regions, you will however not retain any credit, it will ask you if you want to delete the remaining credit (unless you live in the US whereby you'll have to spend it), so I advise not buying with prepaid cards in any region) I can confirm that this guide also works with the Japanese eShop. You can use your Revolut card to buy from South Africa, Russia and Norway (probably most of Europe) either on their browser based Nintendo store or on your Switch if you change region via 3b.
Anyone have a way u can actually buy from the Mexican eshop?
The store retail sets come with one physical ship, two physical weapons, a physical pilot and a grip for your joycons or controller depending on the system, for like £69, the Switch version comes with a digital ship too since it's replaced with a physical arwing. The digital sets give you a lot more as a digital license but the beef here is that we have to pay the same as retail while overseas in the USA you can get the digital version for the price of a regular new game, not inflated.
You miss the point, you get much more with the digital, to get all you get here is going to cost you well over a £100 on top of the base game yes you get a physical toy, but you have to re add to game every 7 days, so don’t lose any parts
also pay on the gate at AFC TELFORD on the 16 th of october
Great, thanks for the tip off.
I've booked vancouver albeit only for a week in August and I fully plan to spend the layover exploring a tiny sliver of new york. Better than staying in the airport. I reckon after customs/immigration and getting to and from manhattan, and the check in for international flights, probably looking at around 7 hours in New York.
Gone up now 880
I’ve booked for Vancouver in August for 2 weeks. Long lay over in NYC of 12 hours but nothing stopping you from leaving the airport and taking the sky train into town?
Coming up for me. I just booked 31st to 5th to Washington Dulles for 280. Just got to figure out how to get to downtown Baltimore now...
all gone (annoyed)
Definitely expired. Price was just u set £800 for flights for 3 couple of days ago & same flights total over £1500 now
Expired. over £500 a skull now
strange how the pricing works out isnt it for me i can do without hold luggage, but never thought of hiring car
During a sale it is sometimes worth adding a car hire, you get baggage included and better discount you can even not bother with the car
dublins always cheaper less taxes, if i was looking for business class would go that route but these prices are good as they from regional airport and a through fare, factor in getting to dublin and then your fare becomes expensive
Just out of wondering did you have a V8 Mustang or an Eco boost? I'd love to do this but would be unhappy with the Ecoboost.
Agree that SF was the not the best, near double of everywhere else we stayed, but the other places we stayed where great,
Just a quick word of advice. My brother lives just outside of Memphis and he would tell you to never stay anywhere near the airport as it’s very unsafe! It is one of the worst crime areas near Memphis. When I first went out there, I stayed at a ‘Red Roof’ hotel near N Shelby Oaks Drive, which has easy access to the airport (20 minute drive) and Memphis. https://uk.hotels.com/ho127427/red-roof-inn-memphis-east-memphis-united-states-of-america/?rffrid=sem.hcom.UK.google.003.00.04.s.kwrd=m.257128919163.52529721333.1081259036.1t2.dsa-349283481253.9045572..0.EAIaIQobChMItsDZ_6TJ3QIV4p3tCh0eUgKBEAAYAiAAEgKc9fD_BwE.aw.ds&PSRC=AFF05&gclid=EAIaIQobChMItsDZ_6TJ3QIV4p3tCh0eUgKBEAAYAiAAEgKc9fD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Try flying into Houston. About £400. The hotels are pricey too. Use Best Western types. Save a fortune.
Let’s all go on a hotukdeals jolly boy’s outing. If we hire a minibus, and club together, we may get bulk party discounts. Anyone in?
I'm not trolling, when people give either positive or negative feedback they should explain why, otherwise there is no credibility
Please remove yourself from my presence.
you won't be missed
Used American Airlines before and they were great.
Read an article recently about the airline sites that seem to track you via cookies and push the price up each time you visit. The article tested with a second, separate PC and found cheaper prices. It can be worth clearing cookies from the last hour, or using a different browser when you come to make the booking to avoid this. However, your post sounds more like the main site getting a list of all prices every so often and it not updating that price list when you went through booking and the site rechecked the specific current price for you.
About a month back I found return half term flights from LHR to LAX for 4 for £1500. I went though the checkout, entered my card details and then it said the price has increased by £1000. Came out of the screen and tried again, price still said £1500, went though checkout and again the message that the price had increased by £1000. I didn't book but twice I entered my details and payment details. It's not always the price it says on the screen with VA.
No, it’s first class for 350 quid. Jeez
Says the guy posting deals on Richmond sausages talking about how they can be microwaved. LOL
If you are going to copy and paste a "deal" from another site (SecretFlying) I think it's only fair to give them a link/credit? Also, Skyscanner is just a comparison site so the deal is not "from Skyscanner" it's from whatever OTA is listed in the Skyscanner search results (and many of these have awful reviews on Tripadvisor etc). In most cases you are better off booking direct with the airline rather than some third party you have never heard of and for longhaul if you use complete savings cashback you can get 10% cashback on many airlines including Virgin, which means the price works out similar to or cheaper than the OTA's anyway.
Can anyone else see this price? I've input the same dates and can only see £400+
Good price. Wrong city for me need Atlanta or LA
350 for San Fran is a great deal
No checked baggage included add another £60.00
They discontinued Shox and this is the brand new version that was launched this year I believe.
Reminds me of nike shox back in 2005
Yep saw the same
It's still the same price as I stated in the OP:
£90+ after shipping and import fees
Indeed - the US is rarely the go-to, when compared to Mexico, Russia, South Africa and Norway. The occasional gem here and there in US/Canada/Japan, but alternatives are usually still much better than the UK at least. In your debt, sir. Thank you!
When you sign into https://accounts.nintendo.com/ to change your region, you can unlink your PayPal account in a click if you go to "shop menu". (If it gives you an error regarding your region, just clear your browser cache.) I've not bought anything from either of those regions so I can't say for certain, but it did automatically sign me into the US PayPal (hence the page screenshots were in English) when I signed in using my MX account so it probably works fine. Given that Mexico (alongside Russia and Norway) usually have the best prices, it probably doesn't matter if you can't use them.
My UK account has PayPal already linked, so this was a simple workaround for me. For clarity, I assume that the Mexico PayPal can pay on the US/Canada eShops, after a region change in account?
I'm glad you got it working. The only difference for me is that I used the same Nintendo account for all regions. I didn't think it was worth the effort to manage three (UK, MX, JP) separate accounts on my Switch just to save the gold points I'd lose from region hopping. As for managing three separate PayPal accounts? LastPass is pretty handy.
Well, so it does! Steps I took to get MX games without pre-paid cards: 1. Create a spare gmail account 2. Create a regional PayPal account - in this instance, Mexico 3. Create a new Nintendo account, using your new gmail address 4. Get yourself signed up to Revolut (won't detail that here, as it is fairly easy really) 5. In your Mexico PayPal, add your Revolut card as a payment method - as @Cedira says, use your normal billing address for Revolut, putting Mexico as Region/Country and postcode/zip as 06500 6. This will confirm with a small $1 charge to your Revolut virtual card and add to PayPal nicely 7. Link your Mexico PayPal account to your new Nintendo Account by going to buy a game with the new account; if you click the link in your email, do it incognito, in case it tries to go to the UK version of Nintendo where you may already have your account details saved 8. Proceed to pay for games, using PayPal as your payment method and it will automatically draw funds from your Revolut card as needed 9. Enjoy!
Plently of other sellers still
It's the best Bar None
Is this a Good Bar
Works for me! Thanks!!
Recent review of this
yeah I've left mine alone but I know some people have their own preferences, great guitar for the price hope you enjoy it :)
...no point buying a g400 pro if intention imho. (have one on order / bought for action + pups / taps - leaving well T.F. alone)
can't beat a maple satin neck though... imho (garbage ceramic pickups and bridge aside). if had a epi standard bridge setup i would have probably have been buying.
I’m not sure how good the very cheap Gibson’s are, the firebird zero and M2 seemed to get some pretty mixed reviews. It’s probably worth the extra money to step up to the faded or studio models ( whatever the next step up is ) or for 300 you can pickup an G400 pro https://www.andertons.co.uk/guitar-dept/electric-guitars/epiphone-g-400-pro-sg-cherry-chrome-hardware https://www.gak.co.uk/en/epiphone-g-400-pro-cherry/61809 Can even get it in a silver burst for a tenner more https://www.kennysmusic.co.uk/epiphone-limited-edition-1961-g-400-pro-silverburst leaves you some extra cash to start swapping pickups or hardware Second hand can probably do even better for your money either on the Gibson or epiphones
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.
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.
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.
What if you've got a second child?
Mid September is one of the quietest times of the year.
Will never be any import duties it would cripple us if this happened
Diabetes in a cup :D :D :D
Last time I bought these it was full of nerd boxes and a couple of sweets, not really a mixed cup.
Do these turn you into a 'Trumptard'?
Thanks for confirming that! I couldn't remember if it was right or not and didn't want anyone losing money!
Yeah your 100% right, UK discs and digital games will not work with any dlc apart from the psn Europe, same the other way if you have a USA disc or digital and buy the dlc from the UK store.
Cheers but bought it on the US Store last month for a fiver so the DLC is going with the same region
Might be wrong but don't think dlc will work unless you have the American version of the game, again I could be wrong but think someone here told me that when I said about the season pass for Arkham Knight going cheap
The DLC for SF5 is getting bought due to the nightmare grind fest I’m having unlocking all characters. (annoyed)
Always make sure your appliance can take 120v before plugging into these (vast majority of European electronics can but check just in case). A 7.5A rating is also pretty low, a hairdryer will probably draw more current than this can handle (especially at 120v) so be careful.
No point in buying multiple adapters. Just buy one and plug a UK multi-tap into it!
As you say there are loads of 2 prong sockets where the 3 pin plug won't work.
They are type B and yes much better.
£1.79 for a 3 pack in Aldi
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