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£15 holidays all over the Uk collect tokens from the Daily Mail tomorrow Saturday

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£15 holidays all over the Uk collect tokens from the Daily Mail tomorrow Saturday Together with BreakFree Holidays we are bringing you an exclusive holiday offer featuring a choice of deluxe an… Read More
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£15 holidays all over the Uk collect tokens from the Daily Mail tomorrow Saturday



Together with BreakFree Holidays we are bringing you an exclusive holiday offer featuring a choice of deluxe and standard holiday homes at 91 of the countrys leading holiday destinations this Autumn. From just £15 per person with a minimum of four sharing, you can enjoy a relaxing weekend or midweek break at a luxury holiday home with all the comforts of home plus all the great facilities of coastal holiday parks in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Wight.

How to book

Online: Collect six passwords from the Daily Mail plus one password from The Mail on Sunday. Passwords will be printed each day in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday from Saturday June 27 until Friday July 10. Then make your booking online - you can start booking on line from Friday July 3. You will need a credit or debit card to complete your online booking.
By Post: Simply collect six differently dated tokens from the Daily Mail plus one token from The Mail on Sunday. Tokens will be printed each day in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday from Saturday June 27 until Friday July 10 - you can start booking from Friday July 3. Choose your preferred destinations from the 91 UK locations that we will be featuring in the Daily Mail early next week along with the booking form. You can also download and print a Booking Form. Then complete your details and post, to the address printed on the Booking Form, with your cheque payment
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#1
is this 15£ per person or 15£ for the whole holiday
#2
jamespir
is this 15£ per person or 15£ for the whole holiday


per person
#3
£15 per person with a minimum of four sharing
#4
NOTHING could get me to buy that bigoted piece of crap.
banned#5
looks real fun:-Newquay for me if its available
#6
great stuff thks
#7
dijital
NOTHING could get me to buy that bigoted piece of crap.


Passwords will be all over the internet so no need to purchase.
#8
Wow just booked the disneyland paris hotel 4 people £60 :thumbsup: :whistling:
#9
cheers:thumbsup:
#10
MRDEALS
looks real fun:-Newquay for me if its available




participating holiday parks
http://www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/dailymail
#11
bargaingaz
Wow just booked the disneyland paris hotel 4 people £60 :thumbsup: :whistling:


how did you book without codes??:thinking:
#12
Does anyone know the starting dates for the holidays, I'm sure it said autumn on the TV advert!
#13
first code is SUMMER
#14
Any ideas of the total amount? From experience the sun holidays normally attract a surcharge of around £40 for bed linen, entertainment passes and fresh air :whistling:

Also are these "park resorts" any good? Not had any experience of them
#15
fab been lookin to book a holiday!! cant go wrong for a few days away £60! want carmarthen i do so fingers crossed we get all the codes
#16
From just £15 per person with a minimum of four sharing, you can enjoy a relaxing weekend or midweek break

Not what I'd call a "holiday".
#17
They don't do disneyland paris do they were you just joking!

IS IT JUST CARAVAN PARKS PLEASE SOMEONE?:?
#18
[QUOTE=Johnboy_1975]Any ideas of the total amount? From experience the sun holidays normally attract a surcharge of around £40 for bed linen, entertainment passes and fresh air :whistling:

TERMS & CONDITIONS

14. Service Charges: Service charges are applied by holiday parks to cover the cost of pre-arrival cleaning and preparation of your holiday home. Charges are per unit per night. Gas and electricity is included. Service charges range from £18 to £28 per holiday home per break and will be charged direct to you by your park in advance of your arrival. Some parks may also charge an additional refundable cleaning/damage waiver deposit.
#19
Just a word of warning they all appear to be **Park Resorts ** I stayed at Camber Sands 2 years ago, we were supposed to be there for a week but came home after 2 days, it was awful, accommodation was dirty and shabby the outdoor playground had barbed wire all around it. Maybe we just had a bad experience but since returning a few searches for reviews revealed lots of poor reviews for Park Resorts (although not all of them)

I would advise checking out some reviews before booking, but if you get a good park this is a good deal:)
#20
Dawlish Sands is a lovely Park Resort in Devon, would recommend that to anyone. Lovely park and lovely location!
#21
how many codes do i need for the wholiday
#22
Your all gonna get a basic bronze caravan with no central heating (only fire in lounge) about 10ft wide and about 20 years old, pets are allowed so beware of dog hairs..I would upgrade for a extra charge
#23
anyone know the dates for these holidays ?
#24
in the past with Sun hoildays we have paided
Service charge - usually £3.50 - £5.99 per night (not per person) dependent on park and Entertainment passes - usually £4.00-£10.00 per person per stay
Linen hire - can be around £10.00
#25
We are due to go on a 4 day break with park resorts next week - booked as part of the express offer - and we are being charged £2.50 per person for the whole stay for linen - £10 extra for four people (although I think I can reduce that to £7.50 as there's only 3 of us staying but we could have taken our own for no extra charge) and the entertainment pass is free and there is no service charge but I think this was part of the expressdeal. I'm a bit trepidatious about the break actually - we needed to be fairly close to home and chose martello beach due to its location right on a fab beach but the park got some pretty doggy reviews (didnt do my homework :oops: ) might be a dud - then again we only want to sleep in it so as long as its clean £72 was a bargain.
#26
nice will keep a eye on this topic
#27
Forgot to say I was a bit worried they hadnt sent a confirmation so called them and although I was expecting a bronze they have put us in a silver plus :-)

BTW does anyone know what dates you can book the mail offer for?
banned#28
can anyone send message for the codes to me ???
and do you have to book for four or can you just book for 2
#29
celticfc
can anyone send message for the codes to me ???
and do you have to book for four or can you just book for 2


No

4
#30
you can book for 2 but you still pay min for 4
#31
link to sites is not working any 1 help me find out wat parks r included in offer pls
#32
#33
homophobic rag
#34
Wirley
Just a word of warning they all appear to be **Park Resorts ** I stayed at Camber Sands 2 years ago, we were supposed to be there for a week but came home after 2 days, it was awful, accommodation was dirty and shabby the outdoor playground had barbed wire all around it. Maybe we just had a bad experience but since returning a few searches for reviews revealed lots of poor reviews for Park Resorts (although not all of them)

I would advise checking out some reviews before booking, but if you get a good park this is a good deal:)


that's strange cos we go to Camber Sands Park Resorts for a girly break every autumn and it's been fab. I've also taken the kids. Only had one duff experience: we had paid for an upgrade to an apartment, but when we got there it was grim. We complained and they fixed us up quick with a better one, no probs. It's always worth kicking up a fuss at these sorts of places cos they will sort it out if you moan loud enough. They have done the place up a bit(last year I think?) so maybe that helped (though the main bar toilets are still minging!)

Admittedly bar food isn't great, but with kids we can't afford to eat in anyway, and there's enough stuff to keep the kids occupied and the beach is one of the best I've gone to (great seafront cafe too, right on the beach - good for curing hangovers!). Compared to Pontins where the linen and pillow were stained with blood (yikes!)...
#35
And to think all you have to do to get this cheap holiday is support a bunch of nutty fascists. Awesome! I like a bargain as much as the next man but even I draw the line at helping to fund The Daily Mail.
#36
captainkibble
And to think all you have to do to get this cheap holiday is support a bunch of nutty fascists. Awesome! I like a bargain as much as the next man but even I draw the line at helping to fund The Daily Mail.


No-one is holding your arm behind your back..... :p
#37
Have read on another forum that The Sun are doing the £9.50 hols again from July 4th. Not sure when they are for though - or if anyone else can confirm?
#38
][hi all haggerston castle in northumberland is great if you want anything a little quieter go to ashcroft holiday park isle of sheppy aslo berwick holiday park is fab as is cayton bay in yorkshire it says £15 pp but you can get it for £10pp if you dont want to have heating our trick is to buy a heap electric fire for a tenna and use its better than paying loads of moni and still keeps you warm!
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todays (sundays) password is = family
#40
does anyone know the dates available?

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