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48 hour sale starts 6am Friday


£12 rates can only be booked online at http://www.travelodge.co.uk and are available on a first come, first served basis. £12 rooms are only available at selected hotels on selected nights for stays between 21st December 2008 and 25th January 2009. This offer is non-commissionable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount scheme. £12 rates must be paid for by a credit or debit card at the time of booking and cannot be refunded. Booking fee applicable for credit card payments, no charge for debit card payments. Information correct at time of email deployment. Travelodge reserves the right to constantly adjust its room prices. Once you have made a booking, the price you paid will not change.
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#1
I am surprised there are any rooms left after all the £9.00 sales!
#2
cheap hex :p
#3
any idea if there'll be any rooms in edinburgh? can't find a list
[helper]#4
If previous sales are anything to go by then I suspect these will go on sale tonight???
#5
I am pleased to see that Travelodge are now accepting vise electron and solo cards for payment. This is good news for me and alot of other people that dont have credit cards.:thumbsup:
#6
aaronb1985
any idea if there'll be any rooms in edinburgh? can't find a list


:thinking:go onto the travelodge website now EDINBURGH central £19 each day jan 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th onwards also have 5 other lodges in edinburgh maybe cheaper tomorrow good luck!
#7
Great deal, but the website will inevitably be unavailable for huuuuge spells - good luck everyone looking for a room!!
#8
I checked for a room here in Glasgow and never realised it was cheap! £19.00 only! Thats a bargain for me!
#9
Is there an IMPARTIAL guide to the better Travelodge's? Not ones next to a motorway, for instance.

I know Bath Central is a lovely hotel as it was a hotel previously versus the prefab boxes you get with some Travelodges......
#10
If previous sales are anything to go by then I suspect these will go on sale tonight???


Site says this sale will start at 6am tomorrow morning.
#11
hambrook
Is there an IMPARTIAL guide to the better Travelodge's? Not ones next to a motorway, for instance.

I know Bath Central is a lovely hotel as it was a hotel previously versus the prefab boxes you get with some Travelodges......


[url]www.tripadvisor.com[/url]
#12
Huh odd, managed to get a room in london in Jan for 19 quid.

Pretty sure that wasnt there yesterday lets put it that way.

One of the others ( liverpool st) was 19 quid but by time I checked the dates with mates, it was back up to 95.
#13
£12 per night ................ How can travelodge manage to survive????
#14
joew360
£12 per night ................ How can travelodge manage to survive????


Yep easily, like all loss-leaders the rooms will be few in number but the sale will encourage people to consider staying in their motels and a lot of those visitors will pay much more for a future trip or to stay on a certain date. By my reckoning it must cost Travelodge less than £25ish to run each room each night if it is used, eg wages to cleaners, cost of electricity etc. If the standard price of around £50-60 is being paid by most visitors, especially those on business expense accounts where it isn't much of an issue, then they can afford to offer these rooms and still make a profit in the long term.

Their business plan is pretty sound AFAIK and they're constantly expanding so this tactic of offering very cheap rooms on certain rooms and at certain times must be working for them. It is especially useful for getting people into many of their less exciting locations on days when there is less demand from business users, for example Sunday nights.
#15
achmelvic
Yep easily, like all loss-leaders the rooms will be few in number but the sale will encourage people to consider staying in their motels and a lot of those visitors will pay much more for a future trip or to stay on a certain date. By my reckoning it must cost Travelodge less than £25ish to run each room each night if it is used, eg wages to cleaners, cost of electricity etc. If the standard price of around £50-60 is being paid by most visitors, especially those on business expense accounts where it isn't much of an issue, then they can afford to offer these rooms and still make a profit in the long term.

Their business plan is pretty sound AFAIK and they're constantly expanding so this tactic of offering very cheap rooms on certain rooms and at certain times must be working for them. It is especially useful for getting people into many of their less exciting locations on days when there is less demand from business users, for example Sunday nights.



well said - do you work for TL?
[mod]#16
Thanks for reminder < Leeoni >
#17
I had a friend who worked in the hotel industry and about 8 years ago they were using £18 a night as a cost to 'turn' a room.

I have been using this bit of info for years to stay in some of the swankiest places across the UK for under £50.

If you get to most hotels after 4-5pm, once their pre-booking lines are closed for the day, they will sell a room with breakfast for under £50.

My hit list has included most of the De Vere top class hotels, several boutique hotels, Hilton, Marriott, Holiday Inn amongst others. And this is for up to a family of five during that time as well!
#18
Be careful with Travelodge. One, you can't cancel these bookings.

Their website charged my credit card the wrong amount, and am still fighting to get my money back. Even though I had their cancellation insurance !!

Soon going to Credit Card compnay as Travellodge insist you send the docs by email, and they then refuse to respond, the same goes for their claims deptment.
#19
jimbobaggins
I had a friend who worked in the hotel industry and about 8 years ago they were using £18 a night as a cost to 'turn' a room.

[COLOR="Green"]Its better to fill the rooms than have them empty.[/COLOR]

I have been using this bit of info for years to stay in some of the swankiest places across the UK for under £50.

If you get to most hotels after 4-5pm, once their pre-booking lines are closed for the day, they will sell a room with breakfast for under £50.

[COLOR="green"]But not if u are at a peak season or hot locations - i was in Paris a few yrs back without a pre-booked hotel on a easter saturday.... cant find a single hotel available!!! from 5pm to midnight..... at the end we had to drive 5 miles out of city to find a room for about 90eur at 1am!!!! no breakfast 2 stars low quality !!!...... never in my life gonna do the same mistake again!!![/COLOR]

My hit list has included most of the De Vere top class hotels, several boutique hotels, Hilton, Marriott, Holiday Inn amongst others. And this is for up to a family of five during that time as well!
#20
Had a sneaky look and managed to book a room for my wife and mother in law in London (Covent Garden) for £19 ! Bargain :p
#21
hot! I need a room on sat 20th,,,,,but hey, hot deal for all those who will get it!
#22
Got there just b4 me!!!:x
Well maybe not just before but 8 hrs 24 mins b4 me:oops:
Heat n rep added:thumbsup:
banned#23
West Ham Fan
Had a sneaky look and managed to book a room for my wife and mother in law in London (Covent Garden) for £19 ! Bargain :p


Not my idea of a threesome!
#24
achmelvic makes some decent points. In Heathrow for example, Jarvis took about 18 months to refurbish, where Travelodge is up and (nearly) running in about 6 - from scratch! Will be handy if I need to book in guests nearby who can't otherwise stay at our place.

This is a good deal, but with so many around (De Vere, Comfort, Great Western, Hoxton) I think I might just wait for a slightly more upmarket deal with breakfast!

btw, could not resist a sneaky peek - does not appear to be live at time of writing :-(
#25
Booked two rooms for myself a bit earlier than when the sale was due to start :thumbsup:

Thx a lot OP.
#26
I confirm that youcan book the £12 rooms NOW, just got one at Gatwick for £12, Don't follow the link go to the main site direct and click on the £12 tab.:)
#27
If anyone has any trouble getting into the site later due to too many people trying to book try [url]www.travelodge.co.uk/mobile[/url] instead. This is the web address for the Travelodge mobile phone website but it works perfectly on a standard web browser and can zip along even when the main site is busy!;-)
#28
Note that VAT is being charged on these rooms at 17.5% on the final booking confirmation, but then on the reciept it say VAT at 15% and they still charge £12.
#29
At the prices they're charging I'm happy for them to keep the 2.5%! I booked a room at Gatwick Airport for £12 -the next best rate locally was £50! :)
#30
yay , just gto a family room in bounemouth in jan for £12 !!! , well its £14.50 when you add insurance and booking fee for card but .....brill price. thank you so much for the heads up. :)
#31
just booked a family room in tamworth.
christmas thomas land here we come :)
#32
Got 2 nights, one in Bournemouth the next in the New Forest, £24 for both.

Very nice

Heat added
#33
japsapa
just booked a family room in tamworth.
christmas thomas land here we come :)



It's a shame you can't use Clubcard vouchers or else I would've done the same! :)
#34
Got myself a double room for £12 at Bath Central. I've been looking for a deal on this particular Hotel for a long time. Thank you very much for the tip!
#35
got 4 nights in edinburgh just £48. Bargain! Couldnt even find 1 night elsewhere!
#36
2*£19 nights in london + 2*£5 rail tickets = ~ £50 Christmas holiday getaway. Just amazing!

Thank you!!!
#37
Top Tip- do not stay in the Widnes Travelodge
I was ther 3 weeks ago-it is a complete S***Hole
#38
just booked maryleborne london £19/night for 8 and 9 jan - not bad at all.
#39
zaheer2003
just booked maryleborne london £19/night for 8 and 9 jan - not bad at all.


You have booked an excellent Travelodge there in a super location, I stayed there last December - very friendly staff, it is next to a tube station, flat screen tv, very cosy room. Well done! :santa:

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