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TheSun £9.50 holidays are back again starting in TheSun on Saturday 6th January. The holidays that our readers just cant get enough of Sun Holidays from £9.50. This year, weve lined up over 1million Sun holidays from just £9.50, at 215 fabulous parks in the UK, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Holland. You can take your holiday in March, April, May, late September, October or November. And you can even book a summer break in June or July from just £15!

To claim your holiday, simply collect 7 differently numbered tokens from the 12 we will be printing every day in The Sun Newspaper until January 19. So check out the listings below, start planning your holiday and youll soon be enjoying the bargain break of a lifetime.

Please update this thread if you know more about this offer. Pointer borrowed from nettsey @ MSE, who gets the credit.

Codes so far :-

06/01/2007 : SAND
07/01/2007 : GOLF
08/01/2007 : PARK
09/01/2007 : POOL
10/01/2007 : BLUE
11/01/2007 : ROCK
12/01/2007 : BOAT
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#1
Go to deal doesnt work. Do you have the web page with this offer?
#2
Welcome to HUKD ukads :)

Offer starts only on 6th Jan.
#3
This sounds really good on paper. Things worth bearing in mind:

*No refund/credit note if you can't take holiday
*Price is per person
*You may have to pay various deposits (some of which, like linen is refundable)
*Can sting you for entertainment passes - we were told this was compulsary and combined total of these cost more than accommodation.
#5
ukads
Go to deal doesnt work. Do you have the web page with this offer?


Type 'holiday' in the search box.
#6
Thanks guys for the feedback & Kareen for the link (which is updated in OP) :)
#7
If its the sun you can be assured all will not be what it seems. So be carful you don't get stung
#8


That's an earlier promo,

"...between September 9 and November 25 2005. Holidays from £15 can be taken between June 10 and September 5 2005."

Just searching from the main page will get you the latest offer, which to be fair is pretty much identical :)
#9
#10
kopite
If its the sun you can be assured all will not be what it seems. So be carful you don't get stung


They do the same every year its completely as it says it is. I understand you dont like the paper for obvious reasons but this is a bargain forum.
#11
From my experience of these they are generally cheaper than usual. As Squirrel says watch out for the hidden costs. These are entertainment passes (which range from £3-£8 per person depending on when you go) and service charges (anything from £3-5 per night). In reality for a family of 4 for a 4 night stay this could add £52 to the original £38.00.

However, there are a number of parks offering free entertainment and/or service. If you're flexible on dates and location you can grab a cheap weekend or midweek break. Get in there early though as previous bookees do get priority booking a day before everyone else.
#12
Anyone know if there is anywhere which rates or provides further opionion or reviews of each resort?...before I pick the worst one!!!
#13
kopite
If its the sun you can be assured all will not be what it seems. So be carful you don't get stung


:roll:
#14
In previous years they have had an information line you can call which tells you the name of the park.

It's usually quite easy to suss out a lot of the parks as they are all run by companies such as Haven, Butlins, Pontins, John Fowler etc..etc.
#15
yes definately watch out for additional costs, we went on a four day a few years back but had to keep putting £1's in the electric slot, cost us a fortune and ended up sitting in the dark to keep the costs down lol, it was late in the year too so was cold too!!
banned 1 Like #16
kopite
If its the sun you can be assured all will not be what it seems. So be carful you don't get stung


Well as long as thousands of sun readers dont turn up and try and gain entry to the holiday parks illegally there shouldnt be too much of a problem.
#17
[SIZE=2]Are dogs allowed at these parks?[/SIZE]
#18
Well I got one of these holidays last year. Went away to the Yorkshire coast, near Bridlington.(Haven site). One week in June, in a caravan for 2 adults 2 kids was £75 including refundable linen deposit, electric, etc, and entertainment passes.

It was a great holiday, even more so because of the fantastic weather and how cheap it was.

Haven't waited for the Sun deal this year. I've booked directly with Haven instead. One week in June, £130 all in. Don't mind paying it this year.:-D


Dogs are allowed at most parks. The details are provided in the paper.

All you have to do is collect the tokens and give a few choices from the available dates and parks. Send off with a deposit and wait to see if you get your choice. It's very popular so you might not get first choice, but if you want a cheap holiday, you can't go wrong with it.
#19
I have taken several of these breaks, usually weekends, I have been to seaview and killigarth both very close to Polperro in Cornwall, and the parks make a very good base for a holiday. I don't remember either of these charging much if anything for entertainment passes, however the facilities were minimal and we spent all of the weekend eating and drinking in Polperro, a lovely fishing village, rather than the clubhouse.

Hope this info might be of some use to someone.
#20
N20Y1D
Well as long as thousands of sun readers dont turn up and try and gain entry to the holiday parks illegally there shouldnt be too much of a problem.


I was simply pointing as have other people that their are hidden charges such as entertainment passes, which if compulsory knock up the cost of the holiday.

As to your point that was proved catagorically not to have happened at Hillsborough. But this is not the place for all that
#21
we went to tenby and weymouth with the sun deals last year.

both were great, weymouth was a haven park, when we arrived we found we had been upgraded to super-luxury at no added cost. it's quite strange having a walk in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom in a caravan.
#22
I did this last year and does seem a good deal compared to the price you'd pay for a 4 night break if booking from the brochure.

Just don't pick Coombe Haven as a resort and it will be fine. The resort is very badly run and unclean! Though through complaining I did get upgraded to a top of the range holiday home even that had a few problems.

You live and learn!

I just got my booking form in the post and Ive the options half term in Feb, June or July before school holidays start and then Sept, Oct and Nov.
#23
This is only 'really' good value if 4 of you go.

Usually its £9.50 per person (4 nights in a caravan somewhere). But if 2 of you go, you still have to pay for the 2 vacant places ~ £38 total.

You also have to pay a bit for entertainment passes (£5 per person) ~ which gives you access to swimming pools etc.

Finally, you have to pay a booking premium (£10 ish).

Last time i went it totalled nearly £80, in comparrison you can get a little terranced house in the heart of weymouth (off peak) for about £90-£100.
#24
Click Italy you get Spain
Click Portugal you get Italy

These breakes are great though
We Go every year (Just done Uk only)
If it rains you have only spent £120 tops for 2 Adults and 2 Children
Children Love It
Also have a laugh when someone moans to you that they have spent £200+ for one extra day at the same place
banned#25
Hi guys,

Just wanted to confirm these offers are genuine. The Sun do them every year and you get to choose from many locations around the uk.

Normally involves collecting vouchers out of the paper over the course of a week and completing a form in which you tick a box representing your top 3 prefered locations.

Dont expect first class hotels etc, these are normally static caravan / apartment holidays at places such as Butlins.

Very rewarding, and a true bargain. I would recommened these to anybody as out of the 3 we've been on all have being enjoyable.
#26
Tried these once - but all holiday dates were school term time - so if you are happy to take your kids out of school for two weeks and they fail all their exams because they missed their education and spend their life on the dole at least you saved £40 at Butlins.
#27
We do this every year...makes a nice cheap weekend break...well, the kids enjoy it.
#28
Good to see this excellent deal back again :) Thanks edi!

Welcome to HotUKDeals new members here too ;-)
#29
N20Y1D
Well as long as thousands of sun readers dont turn up and try and gain entry to the holiday parks illegally there shouldnt be too much of a problem.


This person should be banned for spreading hate and lies.

Fact.
#30
Well, to be fair...the only problem with this deal is that you have to actually buy the Sun 'newspaper' :oops:
#31
Istanbul_Kop
This person should be banned for spreading hate and lies.

Fact.


:roll:
#32
If you have been on a Sun/Haven holiday before you can ring up now and book without tokens or forms needed
#33
Simulacra
We do this every year...makes a nice cheap weekend break...well, the kids enjoy it.
You'd have to be pretty stupid to 'get stung' by additional costs, as all the additional cost (such as linen and 'entertainment') are clearly stated on the resort info panel on the booking form :thumbsup:


That isn't actually true.

There isn't a flat rate for the entertainment passes - they vary from resort to resort - what is also worth remembering is that is an option to select 'no alternative offered' lest you select a resort with no passes needed and get offered one which has them - and other extras incldued which you either have to pay or lose out on your deposit.

It is a good deal and we had a fab time when we went but the initial blurb can be misleading and I don't think it's terribly helpful to call people stupid since none of this stuff is in the small print.
#34
That's a good point actually :oops:
I've retracted my statement.
Best to choose places that offer free entertainment I guess (of which there are usually quite a few to choose from) :thumbsup:
#35
podi100
I have taken several of these breaks, usually weekends, I have been to seaview and killigarth both very close to Polperro in Cornwall, and the parks make a very good base for a holiday. I don't remember either of these charging much if anything for entertainment passes, however the facilities were minimal and we spent all of the weekend eating and drinking in Polperro, a lovely fishing village, rather than the clubhouse.

Hope this info might be of some use to someone.

and walking up/down a very steep hill to the lovely harbour!!!!!
we had a fab week at killigarth (not with the sun) but we didn't use the clubhouse at all lol:thumbsup:
#36
I have been on 2 Sun holidays, and I have never had a problem. One of those holidays was in spain and it was dirt cheap, had a great holiday. complete cost including flights, car hire and accomodation was only £350 for both me an my wife, definately recommend it, and I am gonna go on one again this year.
#37
We've done the Sun £9.50 deal a few times, but now we always deal direct with the park as you usually get a better deal. For our family, Haven Primrose Valley works out at £136.50 all inclusive with the Sun, or £101 all inclusive booked directly through Haven! Plus, you can use quidco for an extra 4% off when you book direct online. Park Resorts and Butlins also tend to work out cheaper booked direct - and you get your first choice every time, and you don't have to buy the paper!!
#38
i got an 'early booking pack' through the post this morning with all the details, so will try to scan it in at lunch so you can look at the details (not the booking form part :P)
#39
Welcome to HUKD gC2k7, Istanbul_Kop, jonnyb0810, aphancock:)
#40
I have had a few of these hols in recent years and generally they offer a good value cheap & cheerful break. The only place I wouldn't recommend would be Hemsby as the accommodation was too basic but on the whole the whole they've been good weekends away with the kids x

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