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bazzybbazzyb Forumite
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Are there any imminent plans to re-open the UK Holidays, Days Out & Entertainments section?  I understand the reasons behind closing it but as restrictions are easing and people are beginning to resume UK breaks it could be useful.

More specifically, The Sun are starting a £9.50 holiday promotion on the 18th July and I would like to start a thread for discussions and codewords relating to the promo.  This is always a very popular discussion thread on MSE.
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  • duncanthedogduncanthedog Forumite
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    You should use the Coronavirus Travel Help & Info at the top of the Forum index instead.
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    The MSE team have started a discussion in it that nobody can join in with. Genius.
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  • bazzybbazzyb Forumite
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    You should use the Coronavirus Travel Help & Info at the top of the Forum index instead.

    Why should I use something that is not relevant?  The new Sun Holiday promo has nothing to do with Coronavirus.

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    waamo said:
    The MSE team have started a discussion in it that nobody can join in with. Genius.
    Ha, yes I saw this and wondered if it perhaps should have been re-opened and they hadn’t realised when they posted the discussion thread. 
  • duncanthedogduncanthedog Forumite
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    bazzyb said:
    You should use the Coronavirus Travel Help & Info at the top of the Forum index instead.

    Why should I use something that is not relevant?  The new Sun Holiday promo has nothing to do with Coronavirus.

    well I tried
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    I would love for it to be reopened 
    It's a very popular part of the forum 
  • JimbobbarrattJimbobbarratt Forumite
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    Has anyone here ever booked a holiday through a link on Facebook... One we are looking at is Travelbuddyuk. You see alot of deals, links, etc pop up. But want to know if anyone has used them specifically or another similar site. Seem genuine, following all reviews and reviews on facebook etc. 

    Thanks James. 
  • waamowaamo Forumite
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    Booking through Facebook. What could possibly go wrong?
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  • JimbobbarrattJimbobbarratt Forumite
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    Thing is websites like Holidaypirate is actually genuine. This is similar so apart from giving me a sarcy feedback. I get your point. But im only asking if anyone has used it. Im being careful by being here. You dont know me i dont know you. 
  • waamowaamo Forumite
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    Thing is websites like Holidaypirate is actually genuine. This is similar so apart from giving me a sarcy feedback. I get your point. But im only asking if anyone has used it. Im being careful by being here. You dont know me i dont know you. 
    If you browse the boards here you will see a disproportionate amount of consumer issues with booking through Facebook. There are many genuine and honest sellers on there but it wouldn't be my first port of call when buying a costly purchase such as a holiday.
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