first of april travel deals that seem too good to be true - bbq grill deals
Flights from London to Sydney cost $1? 50 per-
Cents hotel discount for non-picky travelers who like to share.
April 1 is full of deals that seem too good or too strange to be true.
This is a leading day for gullible travelers.
Don't be one of them.
We picked the best travel list of today with a healthy skepticism and brought you the best pranks of today.
At least we're pretty sure they're a prank.
Unwise travel tattoos are a dangerous trap for backpackers.
Being unable to read the local language rarely becomes a barrier to printing some mediocre language signed in Mandarin or Sanskrit on the skin.
However, you will have a high level of trust and risk when accepting such tattoos.
Luckily, the "tid: We 've got your support" app promises to save travel tattoo lovers from life-long injuries.
This spelling checker advertises the ability to discover typos before they are indelible on the skin of gullible travelers.
What Ariana Grande will pay for one of them!
Earlier this year, the singer had a Japanese tattoo on her hand, thinking it was the name of her single "Seven Rings.
Sadly, it was definitely a scam in April.
The bargain man will do anything for £ 50per-
Money for their holiday stay.
The hotel chain's post says the cost will be halved for guests who are willing to share room 50% and amenities with another guest.
In a false blog post
Couple Video hotellers walked through the concept and interviewed businessman Glenn and surf guy Jack who split into a room in the middle with blue tape.
At least no one can blame half the prank. arsed.
Australian Airways Webjet has been attracting oms with fast sales of "Brexit escape.
The airline promised the disgruntled British "a dollar flight ".
"Webjet Australia is here to help, so you don't have to stay to deal with no deals.
Come out from the rain and take our $1 international flight to sunny Australia and depart from all major cities in the UK every day!
"It's definitely a Fool prank for April, but" $1 * Flight "seems to be a cheap shot at Poms who want a break and cheap flight.
Why let your big day be ruined by the pouring rain?
Instead, embrace the monsoon in an outdoor shop in Kathmandu, calling it "the first in the world --weather, all-
Wedding dress for terrain designer.
"This wedding dress is the result of cooperation between Kathmandu, New Zealand fashion designer Tanya Karson and Gore --TEX fabric.
It promises storage bags that "allow brides to carry flowers first"
First aid kit or water bottle.
"How many weddings did Carlson attend this MS?
The couple appeared on the altar in a stupid scam in April, and their marriage could certainly stand any test.
In a rather creepy ad, the app promises to provide an unusual form of "positive reinforcement" that helps language learners commit to everyday practice.
For those who are likely to miss the French festival, the app threatens to send a big green owl "to remind you to practice so that you don't miss the day of language learning.
Have you done your verb table?
"Like a pair of big owls without blinking eyes.
We really hope this is a scam.
Australia branch of the world --
The famous wax museum has kept some big things secret.
It finally announced that the installation of a huge open-air wax figure in Australia's largest city has been licensed by Australia's "big sector.
"The huge wax figure of the iconic Australian building will add color to the relevant, equally iconic location, providing an unprecedented unique photo opportunity.
This will change the city, become a photo opportunity that gram must not miss, and further enhance Sydney's reputation as Australia's largest city. " The taxi-
The Hailing app promises to reduce emissions and congestion with what it calls a "micro-future"mobility".
Promise to send a pogo stick to beat rush-
For an hour of traffic, the app has jumped into this April fool scam with both feet.
"By getting more people on the road, we can give the city another tool to help with congestion and pollution.