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Was booking a room and seen this, might be of use to someone. Family rooms with Express by Holiday inn for as little as £39 per room and they throw in continental breakfast. Plus, if you book now they give you £5 off selected DVD's from Play.com.

Also, if you have pigsback http://www.pigsback.com and book by clicking the link on their website, youll be able to claim back 1500 points, which can get you vouchers for boots, pizza hut etc (worth £15)

Offer applicable for breaks between 10th March 2007 and 22nd April 2007.
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Express by Holiday Inn offer: Prices per room per night, 2 adults sharing standard twin/double room. Extra charge may apply for 3rd adult in room. Offer applicable for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights' stays between 09.03.07 and 22.04.07 inclusive, new bookings only. Hotels may offer extra availability mid-week and outside the promotional period. Minimum stay may apply. Prices include accommodation and continental buffet breakfast for up to 2 adults and 2 children (under 18) sharing a room and include VAT/local tax. Full payment required at time of booking. No cancellations permitted; no refunds given. Rates/ bookings subject to availability. Black-out dates may apply. European rates payable in local currency, prices in GBP indicate approximate equivalent of the local rates. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer, discount or promotion. Rates correct at time of going to print. Calls cost no more than 8p per minute when dialling from a BT landline in the UK. Other operators' charges may vary.


Play.com offer:

• The promotional period is for stays between 09.03.07 and 22.04.07
• One Express by Holiday Inn £5 play.com voucher will be issued to customers at check-in,
staying during this promotional period on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night.
• Vouchers are subject to availability in participating Express by Holiday Inn hotels only.
• Only one voucher per booking.
• Only one voucher can be redeemed per person during promotional period.
• £5 voucher is valid from 00:00 on 09.03.07 until 00:00 on 07.05.07 and only against specific DVDs listed at [url]www.play.com/expresshi[/url]
• Offer is subject to stock availability. Play.com reserves the right to change the DVDs listed at the above web address at any time and without prior notice.
• The Promoter accepts no responsibility for lost or damaged vouchers.
• To redeem your £5 discount you must be registered with Play.com and have a Play.com account.
• To redeem your discount you must enter the unique code found on your money-off voucher in the ‘Voucher Entry’ box on the ‘Pay & Confirm’ screen during the Play.com ‘Checkout’ process.
• The value of vouchers redeemed against orders that are later cancelled will not be refunded.
• If the full value of the voucher is not redeemed no credit will be given.
• All money-off vouchers are single use only and will expire upon use.
• Money-off vouchers can not be used in conjunction with each other or with any other
#2
Pigsback is a great lil' loyalty scheme.
You can very quickly build up points just for clicking through the highlighted ad links - you don't even have to sign up for junk to get points (although you'll build up quicker if you do). Between the missus & myself we've had clear of £100 in Boots vouchers in the last year, pretty much for just clicking the links a few times a week & signing up to for junk on disposable e-mails.
(Not a bad deal on the hotel either Kirsty - heated)
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Be careful about using Pigsback here - I just had a browse as I am looking for somewhere to go over the Easter hols.

The room I was interested in was £64 a night for a family of four (no breakfast inc) for two nights when I used the pigsback link. However when I tried the same room through the Holiday Inn website it was £49 per night and did include breakfast!!

Travelodge still the cheapest by far though!
:thumbsup:
#4
amanda f
Be careful about using Pigsback here - I just had a browse as I am looking for somewhere to go over the Easter hols.
The room I was interested in was £64 a night for a family of four (no breakfast inc) for two nights when I used the pigsback link. However when I tried the same room through the Holiday Inn website it was £49 per night and did include breakfast!!
Travelodge still the cheapest by far though!
:thumbsup:


Strangely a difference of the £15 you get back from Pigsback in points(& breakfast)!?!?!
Rather naughty...think we may have to send 'em an e-mail....
#5
Actually worked out even more expensive because there is a difference of £15 but for the two nights would be £30 more expensive using pigsback (and not sure but it doesn't look like you would get the £5 play.com voucher going through pigsback either!)

:?
#6
What to do is click the pigsback link, so its registered that you have clicked through on that particular day etc, then just book the hotel through the other link, then send in your receipt to pigsback after your stay - youll still get your points, this has worked with me before.
That way you should get points and play voucher anyways
Hope that made sense.
#7
Excellent idea - thanks for that, I never thought of doing it that way!

:):)
#8
Well spotted Amanda
#9
kirstyanderson
What to do is click the pigsback link, so its registered that you have clicked through on that particular day etc, then just book the hotel through the other link, then send in your receipt to pigsback after your stay - youll still get your points, this has worked with me before.
That way you should get points and play voucher anyways
Hope that made sense.

Sounds like a plan....
#10
did anyone book a room at this price and where was it:?
#11
i could have had the room at dumferline next week , voted hot
#12
Thanks for this Kirsty. I wanted to book for two nights stay so could I book 1 night using one pigsback account and another night with the second pigsback account to claim 3000 points in total?
#13
yeeble1
Thanks for this Kirsty. I wanted to book for two nights stay so could I book 1 night using one pigsback account and another night with the second pigsback account to claim 3000 points in total?


im not sure, although pigsback rules state that the pay points per booking, so maybe.

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