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Daily Mail £15 holidays have begun.

You need 4 unique numbers from 4 papers between 10/1 and 19/1.
Enter the number in myMail rewards site
On entry of the 4th code, get a Booking Code and book your holiday at the Break Free Holidays website.

Simple as that; full details with links in first post.
Cost of papers Mon-Fri 60p, Sat 90p, Mail on Sunday £1.50
Cheapest option for papers from Mon-Fri.
Or free with £5 of shopping at Waitrose.

Also possible to get codes using Daily Mail app (no cost)
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#1
You need to be registered on the MyMail rewards website
Your codes will be printed on the back page of the news paper, where it says 'MAIL daily lottery', see below:
http://s30.postimg.org/dmomm7a69/backpage.png
So Register then the Enter your codes at MyMail rewards website.

When you have four codes, you will get an option to claim your £15 Holiday Rewards.
Take this option and you will emailed a unique code.
Use the code, with your email address and book your holiday at Break Free Holidays website.

Don't' want to buy the paper, then try this:
Download the App for your device from here
Start a 30 day trial before 10/1
Go to the puzzle section of the App (for any addition between 10/1 and 19/1)
Now Register/Login to your MyMail account and go to enter you unique code.
Click the button 'Missing a Unique Number? Click here'
On the next screen choose the date of publication you have for the puzzle section.
Choose any of the 3 options below: Not Printed/Can't Read/Not Entered and SUBMIT.
The next screen will usually* ask you ask you to look for a work, letter, etc in the Puzzle section.
Enter the answer to the question SUBMIT
That's it, but *it is not guaranteed every missing code question is related to the puzzle section.

Edited By: aclondon on Jan 04, 2015 20:12: more info
1 Like #2
thanks op :-) had a really good park last year in the sunniest week of the year! fingers crossed for the same good luck this year!
#3
Are these better than the 9.50 sun holidays? They get quite a bad rep for rubbish accomodation. Still tempted to give it a go though.
1 Like #4
Brill.Usually do the sun holidays may try this route instead.
2 Likes #5
pity u have to buy a sh*tty racist paper!
#6
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.
#7
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

Really ? Why not ? The basic cost is £38, if you choose add ons like linen, bedding & entertainment passes you will pay more....but I've never paid more than £38 for a sun holiday..the last 2 also included gas & electric

Edited By: corred1964 on Jan 04, 2015 18:50
1 Like #8
Hot :)
#9
cwse07004
pity u have to buy a sh*tty racist paper!
You don't have to buy the paper - will explain more in the first post when I get a moment.
#10
corred1964
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

Really ? Why not ? The basic cost is £38, if you choose add ons like linen, bedding & entertainment passes you will pay more....but I've never paid more than £38 for a sun holiday..the last 2 also included gas & electric
So how does £38 make £9.50? False advertising. I prob only would pay £9.50 to stay in a caravan...... well not really, since last time wouldn't stay in one if they would pay me. Dreadful, more like a nightmare than a holiday, couldn't get out quick enough.
But maybe its just me, don't get these camping, caravaning, mobile home holidays..... its really not my cup of tea at all, i prefer real holidays, in hotel where bedding is not extra, damp in nowhere to be seen and you dont have to do your own washing up after a meal.
#11
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

You have to remember that the £9.50 does not include the pass to the swimming pool. If it rains like hell, your holiday will NOT be cheap at all. You have to factor in the price of a family to the facilities or else it is false economy.
#12
adamsa29
corred1964
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

Really ? Why not ? The basic cost is £38, if you choose add ons like linen, bedding & entertainment passes you will pay more....but I've never paid more than £38 for a sun holiday..the last 2 also included gas & electric
So how does £38 make £9.50? False advertising. I prob only would pay £9.50 to stay in a caravan...... well not really, since last time wouldn't stay in one if they would pay me. Dreadful, more like a nightmare than a holiday, couldn't get out quick enough.
But maybe its just me, don't get these camping, caravaning, mobile home holidays..... its really not my cup of tea at all, i prefer real holidays, in hotel where bedding is not extra, damp in nowhere to be seen and you dont have to do your own washing up after a meal.

It says £9.50 per person based on an occupancy of min 4 people ...the last static we got in Cornwall was excellent, large enough for 6 (there were 2 of us), almost brand new, large bedrooms, central heating, large LCD TV, DVD, Washing Machine......it was basically like a small cottage......most log cabins are inly static caravans with a wooden skin.

What you don't like is self catering rather than caravans. Unless you go all inclusive you will have to pay for at least some of your meals...if you go all inclusive you will have paid for all of your meals. Never been in a damp static van yet & I prefer my own sheets & towels....certainly better than some I have had in hotels. Where would you get 4 nights for 4 people in a hotel for £38 ? Even a travelodge would cost that for 1 night & you would still have to pay for your food.

When we use a mobile home for a holiday we use it as basically a hotel room....true we cook breakfast, but most other meals we eat out...so no washing up to do either & a better variety of places to eat than in a hotel complex.
#13
aym280
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

You have to remember that the £9.50 does not include the pass to the swimming pool. If it rains like hell, your holiday will NOT be cheap at all. You have to factor in the price of a family to the facilities or else it is false economy.

Depends.....I've never stayed on the parks other than to sleep....have no interest in using the "leisure facilities" compared to hiring a self catering cottage these deals are very cheap
#14
I'v been on a few n never had no problems good holidays at cheap prices
#15
If you get the sun holiday I highly recommend sea acres in cornwall ken back sands it's a small park it had the most amazing views in cornwall! Iv never started with sun holidays but iv stayed in quite a few caravan parks around cornwall and the country and I'm not a fan of caravans myself really only do it with the kids but this site I will go back to breathtaking, and the sites a few mins walk from the beaches
#16
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mrsw2015
If you get the sun holiday I highly recommend sea acres in cornwall ken back sands it's a small park it had the most amazing views in cornwall! Iv never started with sun holidays but iv stayed in quite a few caravan parks around cornwall and the country and I'm not a fan of caravans myself really only do it with the kids but this site I will go back to breathtaking, and the sites a few mins walk from the beaches
kennack sands
#17
hi guys! do you need a code for each person or one code for a whole family is enough. We are 2 adults and a 3years old. Any good recommendation from the sussex selection. (We done butlins last year) Is Heaven park any good? Never tried these holidays via these paper offers but this year why not? thank you
#18
How do you get a booking code?
#19
hajnalkasalter9
hi guys! do you need a code for each person or one code for a whole family is enough. We are 2 adults and a 3years old. Any good recommendation from the sussex selection. (We done butlins last year) Is Heaven park any good? Never tried these holidays via these paper offers but this year why not? thank you

One code per booking is all you need.
#20
heather2209
How do you get a booking code?

See first post, 4 unique numbers from the back of Dail Mail lottery.
#21
heather2209
How do you get a booking code?

figured it out watched the video...
#22
aclondon
hajnalkasalter9
hi guys! do you need a code for each person or one code for a whole family is enough. We are 2 adults and a 3years old. Any good recommendation from the sussex selection. (We done butlins last year) Is Heaven park any good? Never tried these holidays via these paper offers but this year why not? thank you
One code per booking is all you need.

Thank you
#23
Does anyone know if there will be any dates during school hols? Wasted money buying the paper last time and there were none we could use. :( Shame as we have had at least 4 DM holidays in the past and really enjoyed them.
#24
Will people be posting the codes on here? Also any good parks that people have been to previously?
#25
herbie82
Will people be posting the codes on here? Also any good parks that people have been to previously?

Not sure if these are "unique" codes or simple voucher codes like Sun holidays
#26
corred1964
herbie82
Will people be posting the codes on here? Also any good parks that people have been to previously?

Not sure if these are "unique" codes or simple voucher codes like Sun holidays

The codes from each paper can not be used once.
#27
iieee
Does anyone know if there will be any dates during school hols? Wasted money buying the paper last time and there were none we could use. :( Shame as we have had at least 4 DM holidays in the past and really enjoyed them.
Break free have already published the dates on their website, have a look at http://www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/dailymail#dates

Edited By: aclondon on Jan 05, 2015 20:22: Link updated
#28
corred1964
aym280
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

You have to remember that the £9.50 does not include the pass to the swimming pool. If it rains like hell, your holiday will NOT be cheap at all. You have to factor in the price of a family to the facilities or else it is false economy.

Depends.....I've never stayed on the parks other than to sleep....have no interest in using the "leisure facilities" compared to hiring a self catering cottage these deals are very cheap

According to you, which ones are clean and scenic please? I haven't been to these parcs for donkey's years as we stayed in hotel. Apart from Havens which do excellent food, all the others are smelly and not very nice, BUT THAT WAS YEARS AGO. The worst was Portamag's one. It stank of fag and there were fag ends all around our caravan and a toddler even tried to put one into her mouth.. I'd love to go back to one of these, provided that they are good and clean and don't smell!
#29
aym280
corred1964
aym280
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

You have to remember that the £9.50 does not include the pass to the swimming pool. If it rains like hell, your holiday will NOT be cheap at all. You have to factor in the price of a family to the facilities or else it is false economy.

Depends.....I've never stayed on the parks other than to sleep....have no interest in using the "leisure facilities" compared to hiring a self catering cottage these deals are very cheap

According to you, which ones are clean and scenic please? I haven't been to these parcs for donkey's years as we stayed in hotel. Apart from Havens which do excellent food, all the others are smelly and not very nice, BUT THAT WAS YEARS AGO. The worst was Portamag's one. It stank of fag and there were fag ends all around our caravan and a toddler even tried to put one into her mouth.. I'd love to go back to one of these, provided that they are good and clean and don't smell!

Last one I stayed in was West Bay in Dorset on a Sun holiday.....most of these are privately owned & then sub rented through the holiday park.

As I said we never use the facilities & as for the smell of fags, we choose the non smoking vans....excellent pub for food & drink just outside the park but plenty of other places to eat nearby. We ended up with a cabin rather than a static caravan at a park near Whitby (no longer part of the Sun offer) .....can't remember the name of the park we used twice in Cornwall....I remember it was a swine to get to down a narrow lane but you could walk to the beach from the caravan.....only about 200 yards
#30
corred1964
aym280
corred1964
aym280
adamsa29
are they all caravan accomodation? went once on sun hols, crap. not fan of mobile homes....and was nowhere near 9.50, wonder how can they advertise that price.

You have to remember that the £9.50 does not include the pass to the swimming pool. If it rains like hell, your holiday will NOT be cheap at all. You have to factor in the price of a family to the facilities or else it is false economy.

Depends.....I've never stayed on the parks other than to sleep....have no interest in using the "leisure facilities" compared to hiring a self catering cottage these deals are very cheap

According to you, which ones are clean and scenic please? I haven't been to these parcs for donkey's years as we stayed in hotel. Apart from Havens which do excellent food, all the others are smelly and not very nice, BUT THAT WAS YEARS AGO. The worst was Portamag's one. It stank of fag and there were fag ends all around our caravan and a toddler even tried to put one into her mouth.. I'd love to go back to one of these, provided that they are good and clean and don't smell!

Last one I stayed in was West Bay in Dorset on a Sun holiday.....most of these are privately owned & then sub rented through the holiday park.

As I said we never use the facilities & as for the smell of fags, we choose the non smoking vans....excellent pub for food & drink just outside the park but plenty of other places to eat nearby. We ended up with a cabin rather than a static caravan at a park near Whitby (no longer part of the Sun offer) .....can't remember the name of the park we used twice in Cornwall....I remember it was a swine to get to down a narrow lane but you could walk to the beach from the caravan.....only about 200 yards

Thank you. Dorset would be nice! Don't think we will go to Cornwall again - the driving was killing me... I must say I am now relegated to be a passenger by my 19 year old!
#31
Does anyone know of the dates include School holidays or not?
#32
Cornick
Does anyone know of the dates include School holidays or not?

All dates are here http://www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/dailymail#dates
#33
Does anyone have the code word for Saturday?? I couldn't get hold of a paper today - sold out
#34
anyone got yesterday code word please
#35
does anyone know if you have to pick multiple dates with this, and hope you get the date you want
#36
goldiedarren
anyone got yesterday code word please

You will need a newspaper to get that as they are all unique, or you could try using the Mail app as described in my first post.
#37
Gaz1972
does anyone know if you have to pick multiple dates with this, and hope you get the date you want

You can use your booking ID as many times as your like, so just start two browser sessions and choose your dates and see if any fall back-to-back.
#38
aclondon
Gaz1972
does anyone know if you have to pick multiple dates with this, and hope you get the date you want

You can use your booking ID as many times as your like, so just start two browser sessions and choose your dates and see if any fall back-to-back.

i thopught if someone had yesterday paper i could inoput the code from that paper
#39
goldiedarren
aclondon
Gaz1972
does anyone know if you have to pick multiple dates with this, and hope you get the date you want

You can use your booking ID as many times as your like, so just start two browser sessions and choose your dates and see if any fall back-to-back.

i thopught if someone had yesterday paper i could inoput the code from that paper

Only if they had not used it, the Mail Rewards system checks for duplicate entries.
#40
Hi does anyone know what Saturday's and today's Breakfree holiday codes are? After having given up trying to get the holiday I want from the sun I came across this thread re daily mail deal. Wish I'd seen it last week! Will be buying paper from tomorrow but would love to be in with a chance of booking butlins straightaway when booking opens. Would greatly appreciate your help!

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