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15% off ALL Travelodge rooms inc Saver Rates! (Eg En-suite Family rooms from £18.70 with code) PLUS £5 Cashback via Earnaway

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Travelodge have just released a code AUTUMN15 that gives 15% off Hotel rooms, usually they don't work on saver rooms but this one does & it includes half term dates PLUS if you go via Earnaway on the … Read More
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[mod] 7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Travelodge have just released a code AUTUMN15 that gives 15% off Hotel rooms, usually they don't work on saver rooms but this one does & it includes half term dates PLUS if you go via Earnaway on the get deal link you will receive £5 CASHBACK too!
I've just tested the code & managed to find rooms from £21.25 for a family of 4 staying at Oldham for the night of Sunday 23rd October or same date at Manchester Trafford Park for just £22.95.
Booking dates: 01.09.16 - 04.09.16
Stay dates: 12.09.16 - 30.11.16

Others I have found include;
Friday 28th October
1 night for Family of 4 staying at Birmingham Hilton Park M6 Southbound just £18.70 with code
1 night for Family of 4 staying at Washington A1(M) Southbound or Northbound just £23.80 with code
1 night for Family of 4 staying at Haydock St. Helens or Widnes just £26.45
1 night for Family of 4 staying at London Feltham £19.55 (add all you can eat breakfast for 2A + 2C for £15.90)
1 night for Family of 4 staying at London Heathrow Central just £21.25
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shahamilton36
Seriously 'This was the main deciding factor in not having any more kids(holidays are a big thing for us)!!!!!!!!
and 'Friends leave a kid in the Car' WOW as a Responsible Parent would NEVER EVER leave a kid in the Car its against the Law and to put Holidays overChildren uou are very lucky to have that choice Just Saying and I know most wont agree

I think you are misunderstanding, presumably one person checks in and leaves the rest in the car. I've never been asked to present all the occupants of a room at check-in.

We did the same with only having two kids, any more becomes a pain, never thought of hotels. I was just bothered about the Morrisons kids eat free with a paying adult, we weren't getting the value with one child so two was the ideal number.

I'm almost certain we all have a choice of the number of children we choose to have, we decided to stop at two rather than continue popping them out until we were destitute and exhausted.

Edited By: mocmocamoc on Sep 01, 2016 14:21

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2 Likes #1
I have tried the travel lodge in Dublin - afraid that doesn't work, the error message is as follows:
Sorry, the code AUTUMN15 is not valid for this booking. The selected currency is incorrect. Please check the code T&C's and try again.

Just a heads up for those trying southern Ireland. Thanks anyway OP, heat added!
#2
works for me
1 Like #3
Just tried Blackpool for end of September and got...

Sorry, the code AUTUMN15 is not valid for this booking. The number of nights selected is incorrect. Please check the code T&C's and try again.
You will be allowed 2 further attempts to enter a correct code, after which this booking session will not accept a discount code.
2 Likes #4
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
#5
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
It depends on how old the youngest is...I have taken 5 in when the youngest is four/five and used a makeshift bed....they were all too young to sleep in another room and why should we sleep apart ??
[mod][Moderator] 1 Like #6
tobybowes
Just tried Blackpool for end of September and got...
Sorry, the code AUTUMN15 is not valid for this booking. The number of nights selected is incorrect. Please check the code T&C's and try again.
You will be allowed 2 further attempts to enter a correct code, after which this booking session will not accept a discount code.

The code is valid for up to 3 consecutive nights & they seem to have added some blackout dates HERE
#7
wendyak
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
It depends on how old the youngest is...I have taken 5 in when the youngest is four/five and used a makeshift bed....they were all too young to sleep in another room and why should we sleep apart ??


2 adults 3 7 and 12 kids ages
3 Likes #8
Travelodge does not let in 4 adults in the same room so this is no good for me unfortunately, but voted hot.
1 Like #9
Is anything possible with 4 kids and 2 adults?
1 Like #10
wishihadadonkey
tobybowes
Just tried Blackpool for end of September and got...
Sorry, the code AUTUMN15 is not valid for this booking. The number of nights selected is incorrect. Please check the code T&C's and try again.
You will be allowed 2 further attempts to enter a correct code, after which this booking session will not accept a discount code.
The code is valid for up to 3 consecutive nights & they seem to have added some blackout dates HERE
The dates I selected arnt included on the blackout list and I only tried to book 3 nights, thanks for your help though. Will try again later :)
#11
thanks booked blackpool halfterm weekend family room with breakfast
[mod][Moderator] 1 Like #12
wendyak
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
It depends on how old the youngest is...I have taken 5 in when the youngest is four/five and used a makeshift bed....they were all too young to sleep in another room and why should we sleep apart ??

have done exactly the same, taken a ready bed or blow up mattress with us
#13
Fab thanks. Whitstable sat 5 Nov family room £25.60 after cash back and code
3 Likes #14
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person

Its not Travelodges fault you've had 3 kids..lol
3 Likes #15
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person

We've got 2 kids and struggle enough to get family rooms for 4, friends with 3 or 4 kids have a nightmare. This was the main deciding factor in not having any more kids (holidays are a big thing for us!).

Our friends usually just book the room for 4 and leave a kid in the car until they're checked in - the kids can share beds or bring an air bed with them.
3 Likes #16
Seriously 'This was the main deciding factor in not having any more kids(holidays are a big thing for us)!!!!!!!!
and 'Friends leave a kid in the Car' WOW as a Responsible Parent would NEVER EVER leave a kid in the Car its against the Law and to put Holidays overChildren uou are very lucky to have that choice Just Saying and I know most wont agree
1 Like #17
Thanks OP.
8 Likes #18
shahamilton36
Seriously 'This was the main deciding factor in not having any more kids(holidays are a big thing for us)!!!!!!!!
and 'Friends leave a kid in the Car' WOW as a Responsible Parent would NEVER EVER leave a kid in the Car its against the Law and to put Holidays overChildren uou are very lucky to have that choice Just Saying and I know most wont agree

I think you are misunderstanding, presumably one person checks in and leaves the rest in the car. I've never been asked to present all the occupants of a room at check-in.

We did the same with only having two kids, any more becomes a pain, never thought of hotels. I was just bothered about the Morrisons kids eat free with a paying adult, we weren't getting the value with one child so two was the ideal number.

I'm almost certain we all have a choice of the number of children we choose to have, we decided to stop at two rather than continue popping them out until we were destitute and exhausted.

Edited By: mocmocamoc on Sep 01, 2016 14:21
#19
thanks op, quick question can the code be used twice in the same account?
#20
bulktrans
thanks op, quick question can the code be used twice in the same account?


No this is clearly excluded unfortunately but is their usual rule - it's the first bullet in the t&cs on the link
2 Likes #21
shahamilton36
Seriously 'This was the main deciding factor in not having any more kids(holidays are a big thing for us)!!!!!!!!
and 'Friends leave a kid in the Car' WOW as a Responsible Parent would NEVER EVER leave a kid in the Car its against the Law and to put Holidays overChildren uou are very lucky to have that choice Just Saying and I know most wont agree

I love your fabulous view of the world and bow down to your superior knowledge of all things 'responsible parent' over mine.

A) As someone else said above, one parent can stay in the car with a small child while the other checks in. Or, as my friends do, leave the eldest kid - now aged 14 - in the car on their own. You seem to assume that all 'kids' are toddlers!

B) I am quite happy with our little family of 4, we go on holiday at every available opportunity, having fun and making memories. Having several friends with 3 or more kids, I know how much more difficult and expensive it is for them to go on holiday, most only manage it once or twice a year. I think my husband and I are perfectly within our personal rights to decide that we are quite happy with the 2 children and the lifestyle that we have. I know couples who have decided not to have kids at all as a lifestyle choice, because they enjoy adult holidays. As I said, the difficulties of finding affordable holidays with more than 2 kids was the main decider when we made the decision to stop after the second child.

C) There's no reason whatsoever why I should have to justify to you or anyone else the personal choices I make!
4 Likes #22
iEimis
Travelodge does not let in 4 adults in the same room so this is no good for me unfortunately, but voted hot.


That sounds a bit kinky...
#23
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
Why don't you sleep in the car?
1 Like #24
Thank you OP. just cancelled my £68 premier inn booking, and got a Travelodge down the road for less than half the price. And a bonus if the £5 earnaway tracks in a few months.
1 Like #25
Fantastic for me and my wifes 1st anniversary
#26
red23
Fantastic for me and my wifes 1st anniversary

why take her to a fancy hotel when you can go to a Travelodge instead oO
#27
Annoyingly this deal was available last week with £10 earnaway cashback :(

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Sep 01, 2016 18:25: .
#28
Waste of time. Code not accepted Half Term October week in Devon or Cornwall.
[helper]#29
Thanks so much OP just booked 2 nights away in Edinburgh for me and a few mates for like £35 each haha
#30
Thanks OP.... Just cancelled a £168 Premier inn stay at Dartford for the British Superbikes weekend and have booked with Travelodge for £79 total the money saved will pay for the entrance tickets, well done & thank-you....
#31
Thank you worked for me
1 Like #32
TABZ_786
Is anything possible with 4 kids and 2 adults?
2 rooms!
#33
I was browsing a couple of days ago for 2 rooms in November, price was £170.

Now it shows as £190...
#34
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person


5 people in a travelodge hotel room, big spender
#35
nimachka
Thanks OP.... Just cancelled a £168 Premier inn stay at Dartford for the British Superbikes weekend and have booked with Travelodge for £79 total the money saved will pay for the entrance tickets, well done & thank-you....


You will also have a far less comfortable night
#36
benlondon
paulbbuckton
why do hotels never do family rooms for 5 these deals are always useless to me . have to book a extra room just for 1 person
5 people in a travelodge hotel room, big spender

If 3 of those people are under 7 and you're just stopping overnight for convenience, do you really need much more than a clean and comfortable bed and a bathroom?!
#37
Code not working for Cornwall half term weekend!?!
#38
kimbo87
I have tried the travel lodge in Dublin - afraid that doesn't work, the error message is as follows:
Sorry, the code AUTUMN15 is not valid for this booking. The selected currency is incorrect. Please check the code T&C's and try again.
Just a heads up for those trying southern Ireland. Thanks anyway OP, heat added!

Same here tried all of the ROI hotels. Northern Ireland does work though for the same dates selected with the code (11th-13th October), though not much use for myself staying a few miles down the road lol.

Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Sep 01, 2016 23:42
#39
I book a family room and go on my own to check in. Never been queried
#40
nimachka
Thanks OP.... Just cancelled a £168 Premier inn stay at Dartford for the British Superbikes weekend and have booked with Travelodge for £79 total the money saved will pay for the entrance tickets, well done & thank-you....


Travelodge are the pits compared to Premier Inn, but each to their own.

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