Theme park on a cruise ship with longest rollercoaster at sea is coming in 2021

A CRUISE company is planning to launch a brand new ship featuring the world's longest rollercoaster at sea.

The vessel, known as Global Dream, is currently being built in Germany and is set to debut in 2021.

 Global Dream is set to debut in 2021

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Global Dream is set to debut in 2021Credit: Dream Cruises

According to Dream Cruises, the company behind the new cruise liner, the ride will be part of a new theme park known as Dream Park at the Pier – the first of its kind at sea.

The 300m (984ft) rollercoaster will be called Space Cruiser and will be built by Maurer Rides.

The Germany ride designers have also created attractions including G Force at Drayton Manor and Spinball Whizzer at Alton Towers.

There are just three carts on the ride, each sitting up to two people.

Each of the carts is equipped with an integrated throttle that allows passengers to control the speed.

Marco Hartwig, project manager at Maurer Rides, said that the rollercoaster will be able to travel up to speeds of 37mph and "guarantees a spectacular and breathtaking ride".

 The ship is set to have the worlds longest rollercoaster at sea

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The ship is set to have the worlds longest rollercoaster at seaCredit: Dream Cruises

 The ride will be in the new theme park, Dream Park at the Pier

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The ride will be in the new theme park, Dream Park at the PierCredit: Dream Cruises

In fact, because the ride circles the top deck of the ship, it will made the passengers feel like they're flying over the sea.

While the Space Cruise coaster is the top attraction for guests, there are lots of other things to keep kids of all ages entertained.

Some of the smaller rides include Kranky Kraken where kids can ride a friendly octopus and Little Dreamers Ride where they can drive mini karts.

At the Bounce Activity Park, guests can explore a massive bouncy obstacle course that's spread out over an area that's the size of a basketball court.

There's also Jump, a trampoline park, as well as Shark Bay where guests can try a bungee trampoline.

And on Wipe Out, passengers can try their hands at surfing.

 The rollercoaster will wrap around the top deck of the ship

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The rollercoaster will wrap around the top deck of the ship

 There are lots of rides for smaller kids as well

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There are lots of rides for smaller kids as well

Also on board are cinemas, spas, shops and scores of restaurants.

The huge new ship will have 2,500 cabins that accommodate up to 5,000 passengers.

And for those who can afford it, there are also 151 suites in an area known as The Palace – the liner's ship within a ship.

But all the rooms will feature Bluetooth locks and a smart system that lets passenger control things like lighting and temperature using their phones.

Failed airlines to be allowed to fly Brits home after Thomas Cook collapse

PLANES owned by failed airlines could be used to repatriate passengers who are left stranded abroad under plans announced by the Government.

The plans were announced in the Queen's speech after 150,000 Brits were left stranded abroad following the collapse of Thomas Cook.

 Failed airlines could use their planes to rescue stranded travellers in new UK plans

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Failed airlines could use their planes to rescue stranded travellers in new UK plansCredit: SWNS:South West News Service

The new legislation, revealed in the speech, would enable collapsed carriers to be placed in special administration, meaning their aircraft and crew can continue flying to bring customers back to the UK.

The purpose of the new legislation would be to "protect passengers in the event of an airline going bust by reforming the insolvency process."

To put it into place, the government would enhance the CAA's regulatory power when detecting future airline failures, as well as allowing both ATOL and non-ATOL protected passengers the same repatriation rights.

The CAA would also be able to grant a "Temporary Airline Operating Licence" to allow the airline to get their passengers home.

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Under the existing system, when an airline goes bust its planes are grounded, leaving passengers at risk of being stranded.

When the Government wanted to ensure Thomas Cook customers would be repatriated, it had to ask the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to secure the use of 150 aircraft from around the world to operate nearly 700 flights at a cost of £100 million.

The Government believes enabling the CAA to use an airline's existing planes and crew in future cases would mean there is less disruption and cost to taxpayers.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: "We've seen recently the huge impact airlines collapsing can have on passengers and staff.

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"To bring over 140,000 Thomas Cook passengers home, the Government and UK CAA worked together round the clock and, with the support of people across the globe, carried out the biggest peacetime repatriation exercise in UK history.

"I'm determined to bring in a better system to deal with similar situations in future, helping ensure passengers are protected and brought home quickly and safely.

"I've personally spoken with Peter Bucks, the chair of the Airline Insolvency Review, and plan to draw on his expertise and bring in airline insolvency reforms as quickly as possible."

The final report from the review was published in May and recommended the introduction of a 50p levy per air fare to cover the cost of bringing UK passengers home when an airline goes bust.

Woman slams BA's ‘truly pathetic' veggie meal of plain tofu & white rice

A FILM director has condemned British Airways after she was served up "sad" vegetarian food fit only for "rabbits".

Carolyn Saunders was offered chunks of plain tofu with rice and baby sweetcorn, a creation she described as "truly pathetic".

 Carolyn was flying on BA when she was served the veggie meal

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Carolyn was flying on BA when she was served the veggie mealCredit: Deadline News

Carolyn, who wrote and directed the award-winning 2017 movie The Wasting, was flying from Vancouver to Heathrow when she was confronted with the meal on September 30.

She uploaded the picture to Twitter last night (Sunday) to make people aware of the issues vegetarians have on flights.

She wrote: "@BritishAirways this is the sad vegetarian meal you saw fit to give me on a long YVR-LHR flight.

“Would you eat this? Would anyone?

"Plain tofu with plain rice and a baby corn cob from a tin?

"Why do you think vegetarians don't like food? Please do better."

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 The veggie option had tofu, white rice and some vegetables

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The veggie option had tofu, white rice and some vegetablesCredit: Deadline News

She added: “It was vegetarian, Sept 30, the red eye. The flight attendant saved me by finding me another meal, but this was truly pathetic and happens to vegetarians so often.

“Please tell your caterers we are not rabbits. We like good hearty meals! And we like proper pudding, not just melon.”

Speaking today, Carolyn said: “This problem isn't restricted to BA. I've experienced it on every airline I've flown on. Usually they aren't as helpful as the BA crew was in resolving the problem.”

She added: "I'm sick and tired of being treated like a rabbit with no appetite. What's wrong with a good veg lasagne or a big bowl of veg chilli with beans and lentils or a nut loaf? Those are meals.

"A piece of plain tofu is not a meal, it's a slap in the face."

 

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Credit: Deadline News

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Credit: Deadline NewsA customer service agent replied to Carolyn saying: “Oh, dear. That is a little sad, isn't it, Carolyn? Had you requested a vegan meal or a vegetarian one?

"If you let me know the date you flew, I'll make sure this is fed back to our Catering team (no pun intended).”

A spokesperson for British Airways told Sun Online Travel: "We pride ourselves on the quality of the meals we offer on board, and have heavily invested in our catering, in all cabins.

"Customers can pre-order from 14 special meals, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, kosher, low calorie, and low salt options.

"We are in touch with our customer and are investigating with our supplier."

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Last month, British Airways apologised to a passenger after he slammed the airline for giving him a flatbread with his meal that looked like “rats had got to it.”

Mark Chalk from Bingley, West Yorkshire, paid £850 for his flight from Mumbai to London.

As well as his disappointing meal, Mark said he had to sit in a broken seat that had a broken entertainment screen and even the handle for the loo fell off.

Disgusting family use plane seat as 'changing mat' for kid's dirty nappy

A FAMILY travelling with their child have been slammed by passengers after they were caught using the plane seat as a changing table for his dirty nappy.

They also let the boy pee in a bottle, before leaving the wipes in the plane seat pocket.

 A family were slammed for changing their kid's nappy on the plane seat

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A family were slammed for changing their kid's nappy on the plane seatCredit: Getty – Contributor

The family were travelling from Dunedin to Auckland on Jetstar flight JQ284 last week with their child, who appeared to be around four years old.

A passenger, who wished to remain anonymous, explained what happened to the New Zealand Herald.

He said: "This kid s**t himself, so they got him naked and started to change him across from us."

Flight attendants told the family they couldn't use the seat as a changing table and that there was one in the toilet, but the family continued to ignore them.

 The family ignored flight attendants who told them to use the bathroom

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The family ignored flight attendants who told them to use the bathroomCredit: Getty – Contributor

The passenger added that later in the flight, the boy was told by his grandmother to "p**s in a bottle".

Even worse, they then stuffed the tissues that they used to clean the bottle into the pocket of the seat in front of them.

He said: "It was pretty rough for the passengers, the whole cabin smelt like a toilet."

Despite other passengers complaining, the airline said they were unable to compensate them.

The anonymous traveller added that he was "refused a refund" for the flights as the airline do not issue refunds for "things like that".

A Jetstar spokesperson told Sun Online Travel: "We’re sorry to hear that the customers were unhappy with their on board experience.

"For hygiene reasons and the comfort of all our customers we encourage families travelling with infants and young children to use the change table facilities in our toilets on board our A320 aircraft to change nappies.

"Rubbish bins are provided in the toilets on all our aircraft for the disposal of soiled nappies."

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How Brexit will affect your half-term holiday including passports and EHIC

FAMILIES across the UK will be going on holiday from the end of this week as schools break up for October half term.

But for Brits heading to Europe, there may be a number of changes that affect travel because of Brexit.

 Your European holiday could be at risk this half term

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Your European holiday could be at risk this half termCredit: Alamy

The UK is expected to leave the EU on October 31 – which is right in the middle of half term for some schools.

Some schools break up at the end of this week (October 18) while other schools stop at the end of the following week (October 25).

A number of changes could happen if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, including their passports, method of travel and travel insurance.

We explain everything you need to know for your half-term holiday:

Passports

Brits currently travelling to a country in the EU just need to have a valid passport.

However, this could change if there is No Deal as Brits would need up to 15 months left on their passport to be allowed to travel.

This is because the UK will be subject to the same rules as a non-EU country, which means Brits will need six months on their passport to be able to travel.

Why do I need 15 months left on my passport?

At the moment, Brits who renew their passport before it's expired can carry up to nine months over to their new passport.

So a new passport can have the maximum validity of 10 years and nine months.

In a No Deal Brexit scenario, Brits visiting Schengen Area countries, including Spain, France and Greece, will be governed by the same rules as visitors from non-EU countries.

This means that they will need at least six months left on their passport to enter the EU, and their passport must have been issued in the last ten years.

It creates a loophole that makes the extra nine months that were carried over invalid in the Schengen Area.

That's why Brits who carried over the full nine months when they last renewed would need at least 15 months left on the passport after Brexit – nine months to account for the now-invalid time carried over, plus six months for the required validity.

The Government has a free passport checker that you can use to check whether you need to renew your passport before you travel, which you can find here.

UK passports can have up to 10 years and nine months validity, with nine months being the maximum amount of time that could be carried over to a new passport when you renew.

However, these additional months are now invalid, resulting in the need for 15 months for older passports.

Brits have also been warned to check their passports now – but they would need to pay for a fast track service to allow it to arrive on time.

We explain everything you need to know about renewing your passport here.

 You might need up to 15 months on your passport for it to be valid in the EU

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You might need up to 15 months on your passport for it to be valid in the EUCredit: Getty Images – Getty Visas

Visas are not currently needed if travelling to a country in the EU.

This is unlikely to change if the UK leaves the EU, if travelling for up to 90 days.

Any trips longer than this within an 180 day period will require a visa.

You may also need to show a return flight as well as whether you have enough money to cover the stay in the country.

EHICs

Currently, Brits are entitled to the same healthcare in an EU country thanks to the free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

If there is No Deal on October 31, these are likely to become invalid.

Thankfully, some countries have already formed agreements even if the UK leaves without a deal.

Spain and Portugal will allow Brits the same healthcare treatment as long as they can show their passport.

 EHICs may not cover you for any healthcare in EU countries if there is No Deal

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EHICs may not cover you for any healthcare in EU countries if there is No DealCredit: Getty – Contributor Travel insurance

While the EHIC covers some healthcare, Brits are still urged to take out travel insurance in case of any serious accidents or pre-existing medical conditions.

Brits are urged to check their travel insurance to see if it covers Brexit-related problems such as travel disruption.

Anna Sant, travel insurance expert at MoneySuperMarket explained: "This depends on your provider and the level of cover you have within your policy."

Flights, ferries and road travel

Ferries are covered by international maritime convention so there won't be any changes.

The same applies with Eurostar – Brits will still be protected by EU regulation on rail passengers' rights, as that's being brought into UK law.

However, passengers may experience delays if there are additional checks carried out.

 Eurostar and ferries are expected to run as normal

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Eurostar and ferries are expected to run as normalCredit: AFP or licensors

Bus and coach services to EU countries, as well as the Eurotunnel, will also run as normal.

If you're travelling to non-EU countries like Switzerland or Andorra, you may find that bus and coach services won't be running – the government is currently working to make sure these services will continue.

There may also be road disruption in the UK due to delays at the ports, which could affect Brits.

If you're planning on driving around Europe by car, you may also need additional documents – with millions currently unaware they could need a Green Card in the event of No Deal.

Mobile calls and data streaming

Brits currently make the most of being able to call, text and stream data in EU countries without any additional charges to their data plan.

If there is a No Deal Brexit, the current rules could end, meaning charges could apply.

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Where to find the best Christmas markets around the UK

CHRISTMAS is just a few months away, with some festive Brits already putting their Christmas trees up.

To make the most of the season, we've rounded up the best Christmas markets in the UK.

 We've rounded up the best Christmas markets in the UK

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We've rounded up the best Christmas markets in the UKCredit: Alamy

Many of them open in November, running for a month up until Christmas.

With hundreds of stalls, each market offers festive food and drink, as well as gifts and souvenirs.

Some of the bigger markets also have attractions including rides, ice skating rinks and live performances.

Here are some of the best British Christmas markets to add to your diary this year.

Winter Wonderland

 Winter Wonderland is London's largest Christmas market

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Winter Wonderland is London's largest Christmas marketCredit: Alamy

The biggest Christmas Market in London, Winter Wonderland, is found in Hyde Park and runs from November 21 to January 5 this year.

Visitors can enter the attractions between 10am and 10pm and it is free to enter.

However, some attractions cost extra, such as ice skating and the Ferris wheel.

Book ahead of time on the Winter Wonderland website.

Manchester Christmas Market

 The Manchester Christmas markets will open from November 8

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The Manchester Christmas markets will open from November 8Credit: Getty – Contributor

This year, the Albert Square Christmas Market will run from November 8 to December 21.

Free to visit, there are over 300 stalls including food and drink as well as gifts and toys.

The markets will also spread out to other locations including Exchange Square and St Ann's Square.

Check the other locations on the Visit Manchester website.

Bath Christmas Market

 The Christmas markets of Bath have won awards in previous years

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The Christmas markets of Bath have won awards in previous yearsCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Taking place from November 28 to December 15, the Bath Christmas Market can be found throughout the streets of the city centre.

It is free to visit, and will run from 10am until 7pm from Monday to Wednesday, with a later opening of 8pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Market stalls will close at 6pm on Sundays.

Check out the locations on the Bath Christmas Market website.

Birmingham Christmas Market

 Birmingham's Christmas markets are often known as some of the most authentic German markets in the UK

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Birmingham's Christmas markets are often known as some of the most authentic German markets in the UKCredit: Getty Images – Getty

The Frankfurt Christmas Market in Birmingham is opening from November 7 until December 23 this year – a week longer than usual.

Known as the most authentic German market outside of the country, the markets at Victoria Square are free to visit.

Guests can enter between 10am and 9pm.

Check out the location on the Frankfurt Christmas Market Birmingham website.

Edinburgh Christmas Market

 The Christmas markets in Edinburgh open next month

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The Christmas markets in Edinburgh open next monthCredit: Alamy

From November 16 to January 4, Edinburgh's Christmas Markets are running at Princes Street Gardens.

They are free to visit, and are open from 10am until 10pm.

With the city popular around that time of year thanks to the famous Hogmanay celebrations, expect it to be busy.

Check out the location a the Edinburgh Christmas website.

Cardiff Christmas Market

 Cardiff Christmas markets return to the Welsh city this year

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Cardiff Christmas markets return to the Welsh city this yearCredit: Alamy

The Christmas Markets in Cardiff will run from November 14 to December 23.

The stalls run across the streets in the City Centre including St John Street, Trinity Street and Working Street.

The market opening times are yet to be revealed, although could be similar to last year – opening from 10am to 6pm excluding Sundays which closes at 5pm.

Check out the location at the Cardiff Christmas Market website.

Christkindelmarkt, Leeds

 Christkendelmarkt is Leed's Christmas markets

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Christkendelmarkt is Leed's Christmas marketsCredit: Alamy

Located at Millennium Square is Christkendelmarkt, Leeds' famous Christmas Markets are free to visit again this year.

Running from November 8 to December 21, the markets are open from 10:30am to 9:30pm from Monday to Saturday, with closing times of 7:30pm on Sundays.

It will also not open until 12pm on November 12 due to Remembrance Day.

Check out the location on the Christkindelmarkt website.

Winchester Christmas Market

 Winchester's Christmas markets are found near the famous Winchester Cathedral

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Winchester's Christmas markets are found near the famous Winchester CathedralCredit: Alamy

Winchester's Christmas Market will open again this year at Winchester Cathedral, between 21 November and 22 December.

Opening times are 10am until 8pm from Thursday to Saturday, and 10am until 6:30pm Sunday to Wednesday.

The 100 stalls are free to visit although tickets to the ice rink start from £6.95.

Check out the location at the Winchester Cathedral events page.

Belfast Christmas Market

 The Northern Irish city will open their Christmas market at Belfast again this year

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The Northern Irish city will open their Christmas market at Belfast again this yearCredit: Alamy

The Northern Irish Christmas Markets in Belfast will run at the City Hall grounds from November 16 to December 22 this year.

Free to enter, the stalls open from 10am until 8pm on Monday to Wednesday, but stay open until 10pm from Thursday to Saturday.

The stalls close at 6pm on Sundays.

Check out the location at the Visit Belfast website.

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Family build £1.5m ‘apartment on wheels’ so they can travel around Australia

A FAMILY of eight will travel around Australia in a luxury "apartment on wheels" after commissioning their dream $2 million (£1.5million) campervan.

The two-storey van has two bedrooms equipped with televisions, a bathroom, and a kitchen-dining area featuring lacquered cabinets and plush leather chairs.

 The double-decker campervan is a luxury 'apartment on wheels'

The double-decker campervan is a luxury 'apartment on wheels'Credit: SLRV

 The family commissioned their ideal travelling home, complete with a modern kitchen and dining area

The family commissioned their ideal travelling home, complete with a modern kitchen and dining areaCredit: SLRV

Other luxury features include central heating and air con both upstairs and downstairs.

The "home -away-from-home" van is being specially built for the family by SLRV Expedition Vehicles.

It was the biggest and most technically advanced build Warwick Boswerger and his team had ever done but they were keen to take on the challenge.

 The second bedroom sleeps six and all beds have televisions above them

The second bedroom sleeps six and all beds have televisions above themCredit: SLRV

 The kitchen is equipped with modern appliances

The kitchen is equipped with modern appliancesCredit: SLRV

 The family will travel Australia in their custom-made luxury van

The family will travel Australia in their custom-made luxury vanCredit: SLRV

He told MailOnline: "Our customers are keen on exploring the country or even the world. They want to get into places that caravans and the like can't take them.

"The owner wanted it to be like a unit. He wanted freezing cold air conditioning and warm heating both upstairs and downstairs.

"There are six kids in the family, so that means a lot of cooking and cleaning appliances too."

The motor home also has an external kitchen – just in case the family fancies dining beneath the stars.

And because the van is battery-powered, all technology can be charged during transit.

Mums are raving about the Disney gift shop where souvenirs are 90% off

BEING on a budget doesn't mean you have to miss out on souvenirs when you go to Disney World.

There's a "secret" discount shop just outside the gates and mums say they've found gifts at 90 per cent off compared to prices in the parks.

 Disney Character Warehouse has some great bargains

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Disney Character Warehouse has some great bargainsCredit: Alamy

The shop is called Disney Character Warehouse and it's located across the road from the Disney Springs entrance in Florida, at Orlando Premium Outlets.

With items regularly refreshed, you can even find souvenirs that are still being sold in the park – but at a huge discount.

Blogger Travelling Mom said she found lots of cheap deals compared to the park.

For example, she found lots of accessories for the Magic bands costing just $1.99 (£1.50) each, compared to $13 (£10) in the park.

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She also found toy pillows for her daughter for $12.99 (£10) – normally $33 (£26) in the park, as well as Vinylmation collectable toys for her son for $4 (£3) instead of $14 (£11).

Disney pin starter sets can cost up to $30 (£23) in the park, yet they're a bargain $12 (£10) in the discount shop.

Character pillows featuring princesses from Frozen and Rapunzel were just $12.99 (£10) instead of $29.99 (£23).

Tops sell for just $4 (£3) – they might not be the latest season's designs but they're much cheaper than in the park where similar items start from $25 (£19).

A Jack Skellington hat headband was just $7.99 (£6) in store, compared to $34.99 (£27) at Disney World.

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One thing to avoid? Food and snacks.

Another blog said most edible treats were exactly the same price in the park.

Bargain shoppers are warned to try and avoid driving to the shop, as the car park is always full.

Expect long queues both at the checkout and outside the shop, as well as "snipers" who buy the cheap goods to then sell on eBay and other discount shops.

To avoid it, fans say to get there just as the store opens or in the last hour of opening.

Fans have shared their hauls on social media, with many claiming they saved hundreds of pounds compared to the prices inside the theme park.

One woman showed a collection of clothing and gifts which came to "less than $100 (£78)".

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Spooky homes and 'haunted' mansions you can stay in this Halloween from just £16pp

AS HALLOWEEN approaches, fans of the supernatural can make the most of the season with a scary getaway.

We've rounded up a number of spooky homes you can stay in this year – starting from just £16 per person per night.

 Airbnb has a number of haunted properties on offer

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Airbnb has a number of haunted properties on offer

The stories behind these Airbnb rentals range from a headless woman to the ghost of an Edwardian child.

Sightings include music boxes playing by themselves and footsteps being heard in the empty house.

From the UK to the US, you can spend a night in the haunted properties – if you're brave enough…

Cisco Post Office, Utah – £24.50 per person per night

 You can stay in an abandoned desert town

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You can stay in an abandoned desert town

 It was once the richest town in the US

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It was once the richest town in the US

 A local who lost his fortune in uranium is thought to haunt the area

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A local who lost his fortune in uranium is thought to haunt the area

Over 30 miles away from civilisation is Cisco, once one of the richest towns in the US.

It's now a ghost town, with almost no-one living there, making a stay in the abandoned post office particularly eerie.

Stories suggest Charles Steen, who lost his fortune following the declining need for uranium, still haunts his home in Cisco.

The Stroud House, North Carolina – £16 per person per night

 The spooky house has featured hauntings over the years

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The spooky house has featured hauntings over the years

 Many claim music boxes and lights turn on by themselves

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Many claim music boxes and lights turn on by themselves

 You can stay at the house for just £16 a night

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You can stay at the house for just £16 a night

The house, built in the 1940s, was once home to Reverand Stroud and is now owned by by his grandson, David.

The owner has warned of suspicious events over the years, which include lights turning on by themselves or music boxes suddenly playing out loud.

If you don't mind seeing shadowy figures or hearing footsteps at night, you can even be given a haunted house tour.

The Enslin Mansion, New York – £32 per person per night

 Six generations of a family have lived in the house

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Six generations of a family have lived in the house

 The house has featured on Paranormal Investigations

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The house has featured on Paranormal Investigations

 Some have found their objects moving around

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Some have found their objects moving around

The Enslin Mansion is supposedly home to a number of ghosts, with the house having featured on TV show Paranormal Investigations.

The house has been home to six generations, with spooky sightings and tricks along the way.

One guest even said they found their house keys and car keys being moved by the "residence haunt".

The Haunted Chamber Apartment, York – £60 per person per night

 The most haunted property in the UK is found in York

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The most haunted property in the UK is found in York

 The chamber is over 600 years old

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The chamber is over 600 years old

 The chamber is referred to as the "madness chamber"

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The chamber is referred to as the "madness chamber"

Dubbed the "Most Haunted Property in the UK", the Haunted Chamber in York has creepy tales dating back 600 years.

The wood-panelled room is nerve-wrackingly quiet, and overlooks a local church.

The Madness Chamber has even witnessed a headless woman floating around, according to some guests.

The Manor Master Chamber, Minnesota – £31 per person per night

 A haunted house in the US was once home to a young girl

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A haunted house in the US was once home to a young girl

 Rosalia Fihn thought to have died in the property

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Rosalia Fihn thought to have died in the property

 Do not be too scared as there is a resident dog on the property

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Do not be too scared as there is a resident dog on the property

It is believed that a young woman called Rosalia Fihn died of typhoid fever on the property, who now haunts the grounds.

Previous sightings have included seeing a girl in a white dress, while guests say they feel a weird energy near her old wardrobe.

Guests of the house, built in 1883, might feel safer to know it is also home to a friendly Doberman dog called Scorch.

The Haunted Bedroom, Essex – £62.50 per person per night

 A bedroom in Essex has been made to replicate an Edwardian child's bedroom

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A bedroom in Essex has been made to replicate an Edwardian child's bedroom

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It is thought that the child died there in mysterious circumstances, leading to the boy haunting the room.

If you can't quite face staying there, the owners also offer tours of the area for less than £20.

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Thorpe Park is offering 50% off Fright Night packages this month

THORPE Park is offering a massive 50 per cent off its Fright Nights package with nights in October and November.

And if you're quick, you can even check in and enjoy this weekend.

 Thorpe Park is offering a huge discount on its Fright Nights package

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Thorpe Park is offering a huge discount on its Fright Nights package

You can book the amazing deal on the theme park's website right now.

The Fright Nights package starts from just £67 per person.

It includes an overnight stay at Thorpe Park Shark Hotel, or one of the partner hotels nearby, as well as two-day entry to the park.

As day tickets are normally £33 per person if you book ahead, you're effectively paying just £1 to stay over.

If you're staying at Thorpe Park Shark Hotel, you'll also get a free buffet breakfast and free car parking – plus, free entry into Containment, their escape room, and unlimited fast track for the mazes.

The best bit is you get to go to the Fright Nights events and then just crawl into bed afterwards.

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This year, The Walking Dead, Blair Witch and Containment are all returning to Thorpe Park's Fright Nights.

There's also a brand new feature, Creek Freak Massacre, which will see guests chased through mazes by chainsaw wielding actors.

The Fright Nights dates are October 10th to 13th, 17th to 31st and November 1st to 3rd this year so make sure you book those dates.