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Daily Mail/ Breakfree Holidays goes live on 7th Jan

lucyscollins Avatar
5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
I've just had an email saying that the Daily Mail cheap holidays are available from 7th Jan. You have to collect the codes in the Mail from 4th Jan then enter them on the website from the 7th Jan. We had a lovely break for our honeymoon in October thanks to the helpful post on this site last time it was on.

You usually end up paying a service charge for electricity/ gas so bear this in mind. It's still a great price tho. You also get charged for linen and sometimes an entertainment pass but you can ring them and opt out of this if you're happy taking your own bedding.



Passwords:

Tues 4th : LAUGH - thanks lucerysmum and Hudds Town

Wed 5th - SWIM - thanks adelebrophy

Thurs 6th - DANCE - thanks lugsy3

Fri 7th - PLAY - thanks Martincolinwhite



Bonus Codes:

RELAX - thanks Surfprof

CYCLE - thanks lugsy3


Hope you all get the holidays you're after x


BreakFree have teamed up with the Daily Mail once again to bring you the best holiday offer in 2011!

We have amazing breaks in the UK starting at £15* per person and if you fancy travelling overseas you can grab a holiday in Europe from only £20* per person!

With hundreds of locations to choose from and a wider choice of resorts available, there’s sure to be something to suit every family!

Don’t miss out on this amazing holiday offer! Check-out The Daily Mail on Tuesday 4th January 2011 for all the details of how to book and a complete guide to the parks and resorts available.

The BreakFree Holidays Team


Extra Details Courtesy of Surfprof:

UK Holidays:

Mon - Fri
March 7,14,21,28
April 4,11,18
May 2,9,16,23
Sept 5,12,19,26
Oct 3,10,17,31
Nov 7,14

Fri-Mon
March 4,11,18,25
April 1,8,15,29
May 6,13,20
Sept 2,9,16,23,30
Oct 7,14,21
Nov 4,11

Europe Holidays:

Parks
April 8th through to July 14th &
Aug 29th onwards

Apartments
April 1st through to June 30th
September 5th onwards


Fri 7th - NUDGE SEEMS TO BE WRONG?
TRY USING : PLAY

- snowtiger

Thanks snowtiger - sorry i got that wrong - OP
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#1
Voted cold just for the crap this paper spews.
#2
Lol - I don't read it - I only get it when it has a good deal in it.
6 Likes #3
Why vote it cold because you don't like the paper? That's like saying that I don't want to save £150 off of a new washing machine because I don't like the instruction manual (Doh!). The deal isn't about the quality of the journalism. Some people get a power kick about voting cold. I am sure the rest of the normal voters will vote it hot (like me) for the time that it took the poster to bother to post it and let everyone else know.
#4
Its already been posted :-)
#5
They're a repeat of this post

Edited By: lucyscollins on Dec 30, 2010 17:06: Correcting my info
#6
This is a great deal. I took the last offer and it was bargain.
#7
voted hot, cos used this deal last year during Easter school hols. Used the caravan as a base for cycling and walking in Snodonia, so no extras booked. Worked out really cheap at about £70 for a monday to friday short break, and the caravan was excellent. HOT
1 Like #8
msu_nav
Voted cold just for the crap this paper spews.


Why are you even reading this thread? The Title clearly says it''s Daily Mail related and here you are voting something cold just because you don't like the politics of the newspaper. Makes about as much sense as saying you won't accept your tax allowance just because you don't like the government.

p.s. would you care to tell us what it is that you read that doesn't sprew crap?
#9
Just imagine........a holiday alongside a load of Daily Mail readers. Sounds just great. http://serve.mysmiley.net/sick/sick0021.gif
1 Like #10
msu_nav
Voted cold just for the crap this paper spews.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1166596/Our-magnificent-seven-Mail-newspapers-win-accolades-British-Press-Awards.html

Clearly the British Press Awards do not agree with you!

Great deal some wonderful holidays here at prices I can afford.
1 Like #11
msu_nav
Voted cold just for the crap this paper spews.
Moron. Does it matter whether its the Mail, Sun or Pravda. You don't need to buy the paper to book this deal. All you need are the codes....or do I have to spell that out for you too!!
#12
seems like the sun are not sending my a priority this year so may have to consider this.
#13
how many papers do you have to buy for this?
1 Like #14
msu_nav
Voted cold just for the crap this paper spews.

seeing as you are a new comer I would chance your profile and start again mate you clearly havent got the hang of this money saving site
#15
JonCollett
Why vote it cold because you don't like the paper? That's like saying that I don't want to save £150 off of a new washing machine because I don't like the instruction manual (Doh!). The deal isn't about the quality of the journalism. Some people get a power kick about voting cold. I am sure the rest of the normal voters will vote it hot (like me) for the time that it took the poster to bother to post it and let everyone else know.

So you don't worry about how the supposedly respectable Daily Mail affects society with the outrageous, sensationalist and ultimately untrue headlines they print to sell papers to uneducated idiots, AND you're happy to spend time with people who believe and agree with the hatred and lies they peddle, just so you save £150? Shame on you.

Edited By: itguru on Jan 03, 2011 00:03
#16
itguru
So you don't worry about how the supposedly respectable Daily Mail affects society with the outrageous, sensationalist and ultimately untrue headlines they print to sell papers to uneducated idiots, AND you're happy to spend time with people who believe and agree with the hatred and lies they peddle, just so you save £150? Shame on you.

Calm down, dear, it's only an offer of cheap holidays!

Anyway, I hope you feel better for getting that off your chest. Go and lie down in a darkened room until you get over your left-wing outrage, then spend a few hours reading The Guardian. You'll feel much better.

Edited By: renard on Jan 03, 2011 01:40
#17
itguru

So you don't worry about how the supposedly respectable Daily Mail affects society with the outrageous, sensationalist and ultimately untrue headlines they print to sell papers to uneducated idiots, AND you're happy to spend time with people who believe and agree with the hatred and lies they peddle, just so you save £150? Shame on you.


What an excellent description of the Daily Mail!

The funny thing is, though, that its readers often seem to imagine that they're reading a quality newspaper, and see themselves somehow as a cut above Sun readers. Fools.
2 Likes #18
My thanks to all the Daily Mailaphobics for making my Monday moring start with a laugh.

Would all of the educated people who feel it necessary to disparage tha DM for its writing please enlighten us all to which of the newspapers they would find acceptable to have such a holiday offer from? Perhaps more importantly, please would they tell us why they think that the stuff their chosen newspaper prints is any closer to reality than that of the DM?
1 Like #19
I am still waiting for my free holiday to the moon advertised in the daily sport ,collected all the tokens , really looking forward to it.
#20
I only look at horse racing.How sad of me :>)
#21
Used this last year and have a good time in Devon. Had a great sea view and the kids loved it.
1 Like #22
Voted HOT!! Will be booking up again this time! Always a good fun break for the family and are great value - and just for the record i am not a "Daily Mail" reader
P.S - Use Quidco to get 4% cashback too when booking up!
#23
Quidco nice one leewills will do
Kids love caravanning and a few days on the east coast for less than £100 bargain
#24
Todays Password is LAUGH

thanks to nudge on mse
#25
Does this mean that you cant put the codes in till thursday? as i cant see anywhere to put it in,and thanks for the codes ive had a few holidays with these and always had a good time xx
#26
Does anyone know what dates these holidays are for??
#27
Heat added, not sure wot dates will b available this time.Booked at Craig Tara in Scotland last October and the kids loved it, pity the weather was naff, even got them free swim lessons, will look again to see wots on offer this year.
#28
lol bevers we were inn craig tara in oct too,and it was blooming freezing lol
#29
Thanks for todays code got my bonus one through the post today.:)
#30
lucerysmum
Todays Password is LAUGH

thanks to nudge on mse

Is there any chance you could give me the link to where the codes are posted on mse, it's a nightmare trying to find it.
#31
Thanks all, for the password Laugh
#32
[quote=leewills8]Voted HOT!! Will be booking up again this time! Always a good fun break for the family and are great value - and just for the record i am not a "Daily Mail" reader
P.S - Use Quidco to get 4% cashback too when booking up![/quote

how do you do that? by putting break free holidays into quidco? or the daily mail? thanks xx

can you not put the codes in till thursday????? as i like other people cannot find anywhere to put the codes.
#33
thanks for tuesdays, anyone got monday's?
#34
Can't find dates or holiday parks available? Other than these being dearer anyone know a difference to the sun ones?
#35
Elbra it only started today........

mercury the only diffrence i know with the daily mail is you can get the date and park you want online with the mail,with the sun if youve not got priority booking then its pot luck what park and date you get,of course you get a choice,but you may get the right park wrong date.

with the mail,once youve inout the codes you can book your park and date,if the parks not available on that date then you can find another that is,vice versa,yes it costs a bit more but its worth it rather than getting a letter back from the sun a few weeks later saying you can have your first choice park,but we cant give you it on the date you have asked for ect.
#36
elbra
thanks for tuesdays, anyone got monday's?

Only started today
#37
Pipdog007
Does anyone know what dates these holidays are for??

They are for loads of dates, all through the Spring and Summer.

In UK and France.

Presumably you will have to buy the Mail to see all the dates - which, of course, is their intention.

(Naturally, if you are one of the high-minded socialist types on here, you would rather forego a bargain holiday than soil your hands by even touching the Mail. What a load of pathetic t*ss*rs!)
1 Like #38
Todays word is Swim (wednesday 5th)
#39
shazzersere - When you have 5 different codes (they all will be posted on here so don't worry) log into quidco, then search BREAKFREE HOLIDAYS, click through and then log into breakfree holidays (the booking site), i know its only 4% but its free money at the end of the day! A good tip is to register on breakfree holidays as soon as you can, also have some ideas on your place and date you want to go, thuscutting down the time to take to book, as the site goes mad as soon as all the passwords are out!! Good Luck!!
#40
PASSWORDS!
1 - LAUGH
2 - SWIM
3 -
4 -
5 -

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