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Simple Plan Live in Stuttgart 30.01.08 – Time To Say Goodbye

Simple Plan Myspace Secretshow in Stuttgart, Germany at 30.01.08

The sound sucks because of my camera…
My Friend filmed not the whole Concert Yesterday But a lot of it!^^
I’ll upload the others videos we’ve made, too!^0^

Whoohoo!!XDD She filmed it when Chuck took his shirt off!!XD


Opinion Overload (In The Studio) by Simple Plan

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A look at the making of the track “Opinion Overload” from our 5th studio album “Taking One For The Team” out on Feb 19th, 2016!


Which is the best ticket to book? One-way, round trip and multi tickets explained – FAQ Fridays

This week on FAQ Friday which is the best ticket to book? One-way, round trip or multi tickets.

Post your questions in the comments below if you would like them answered by our in-house expert, Nick Paul.

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Video Transcription

Welcome to another edition of Traveltart’s FAQ Fridays with me, Nick Paul.

For the past few weeks we’ve been answering your frequently asked travel questions in these videos. Thanks so much for sending them in, keep them coming! Who knows, we may make them into a video next week.

We were asked a question this week about whether it’s cheaper to buy 2 one way tickets or a round trip ticket and thought this was a good opportunity to explain these two concepts as well as that of multi-city tickets.

First of all, let’s define these terms:

One-way tickets refer to a journey which starts in one place, and goes to a destination but doesn’t include a return journey. E.g. Joburg to London, either direct or via another city.
Round trip tickets refer to journey which go to a destination and return from that destination back home again. E.g. Joburg to London and back, either direct or via another city.
Multi-city tickets refer to a journey which is broken for longer than 24 hours in more than one point on the trip. E.g. Joburg to London via Dubai with 3 days in Dubai and a week in London.
To understand how this all works, we must start with round trip tickets:

A round trip ticket (also known as a return ticket) may look like it’s made of 2 one-way tickets, for example: Cape Town to Joburg and back again contains 2 flights, one for the way there, and one for the way back.

Are these not just 2 one way tickets?

For local flights within South Africa, you’d be right, these are in fact made up of 2 one-way tickets. It’s for this reason that Travelstart’s website is able to mix and match different airlines in each direction to get you a cheaper deal.

This rule doesn’t apply to international flights though; here flight prices are usually worked out as full round trip tickets and one-way tickets are usually worked out as 75% of a round trip fare and a relevant portion of the taxes.

So quitting your job to buy a one-way ticket to Thailand and buying the one-way ticket back “when you feel like returning from paradise”, might not work out very cheaply. That, and immigration officials will not let you into the country without proof that you’re leaving within the allotted time.

This rule is even truer for flights on certain airlines like KLM and Lufthansa, and especially for flights to destinations in North America, where many airlines don’t do one way tickets at all. In fact if you try and buy a one way ticket here you’ll end up paying more than for a round trip ticket.

And weirder still, if you travel only to your destination and try to apply for a refund for the return portion of your ticket, the airline may try and charge you for the difference between a round trip ticket and a one way ticket!

So, let’s touch quickly on multi-city tickets.

Multi-city tickets often work out cheaper than making multiple round trip journeys to different destinations. However, with each break in the journey the airline may charge you a fee, also the country in question may charge you extra security or passenger duties. This is most evident on flight tickets via the UK, where a break in the journey in London adds a minimum of around R1500 to the ticket price. But, if you’re travelling on a flight like that, it’s certainly cheaper to break the journey than to make another separate trip to the city. ​

So that’s it from me this week on FAQ Fridays. If you have any travel-related questions please ask them in the comments below and we may make a video about them. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel here.


Simple Plan – Try (Legendado)

Com cenas de fãs, em especial cenas do fã Clube Simple Plan Addiction Recife!

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Simple Plan – Farewell feat. Jordan Pundik (Official Audio)

2016 WMG All Rights Reserved Listen Now! Simple Plan’s new song “Farewell” feat. Jordan Pundik.


Simple Plan – My Heart Will Go On (Titanic Theme) // LASCENEMUSICALE.CA

Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan signing the Titanic theme, My Heat Will Go On. Funny moment.


Simple Plan – Perfect (Drum Cover) Renato RBG – Roland Td9 – V-Drums

Simple Plan – Perfect (Drum Cover)
Renato RBG
Roland Td9 – V-Drums