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    (Original post by fxlloutboyy)
    in that case I would take the halls self catering - you'll save money and it's better to cook for yourself
    It's only £20 less. Can you really get all meals 7 days a week for £20 in central London?
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    (Original post by Germania)
    It's only £20 less. Can you really get all meals 7 days a week for £20 in central London?
    it's a £65 difference between catering and self catering - it's easy to feed one person for around £20/25 a week unless youre eating out or takeaways all the time. food prices don't differ in major supermarkets
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    (Original post by fxlloutboyy)
    it's a £65 difference between catering and self catering - it's easy to feed one person for around £20/25 a week unless youre eating out or takeaways all the time. food prices don't differ in major supermarkets
    No it's not it's a £20 difference not sure which accommodation you're looking at but it's not this one
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    (Original post by Germania)
    No it's not it's a £20 difference not sure which accommodation you're looking at but it's not this one
    I'm just going from the quote saying it's £190 for halls only and £255 catering?
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    (Original post by fxlloutboyy)
    I'm just going from the quote saying it's £190 for halls only and £255 catering?
    My error it's £232 for halls only, sorry
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    ah okay that makes more sense, then it that sense yeah go for catering - it'll be cooked for you too. however you'll have to see if you get 3 meals a day or 2 because most are 2
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    (Original post by Germania)
    This is for UCL halls of residence
    It's not at all bad, for London.
    The upside here is that it includes the food and you probably won't have to pay all 12 months (I suppose).
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    (Original post by usualsuspects)
    It's not at all bad, for London.
    The upside here is that it includes the food and you probably won't have to pay all 12 months (I suppose).
    Yeah it's only 40 weeks. I think this is the best option for convenience. Although, Lillian Penson House is £50 cheaper (catered) but not as 'appointed' or as close to UCL
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    For 65 pound having all your meals included is worth it.

    Completely takes away the hassle of shopping and cooking food.

    Worth the extra cost imo
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    (Original post by Yaboi)
    For 65 pound having all your meals included is worth it.

    Completely takes away the hassle of shopping and cooking food.

    Worth the extra cost imo
    Yeah I think I'll go for this one
 
 
 
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