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The Sun Holidays from £9.50 2008

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Just recieved a letter from the Sun. This time the £9.50 deals are all in the UK holiday parks.
You have to collect 6 diffrent tokens from the Sun starting on Saturday, 5th Jan. And can be booked on line!
If you fancy a holiday in June or July, that's from £15.
there is another leaflet saying that Sun Holidays in Europe from £19.50, Including ferry crossing! Sounds good!
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#1
:thumbsup:thanx for that, always miss the first tokens due to not buying paper, got no reason to miss it now....:whistling:
#2
shers1;1391559
:thumbsup:thanx for that, always miss the first tokens due to not buying paper, got no reason to miss it now....:whistling:

same here, thanks very much for the heads up...Clacton here we come!!!!!;-)
#3
I love the cheap holidays, especially if you can get into BUtlins. But can't find anyone to go with me; they refuse to go on a ten ound holiday.
#4
Cannot find any European parks in the leaflet this time normally under the Siblu brand .Remember the accomodation can be somewhat basic we have upgraded everytime we have used it my advice would be stay clear of Pontins unless you want a retro style 1970 holiday camp experience(Made that mistake last year).The offer is still very good Haven and Park Dean resorts are usually fine just watch the add on extras like service charge and entertainment passes.
#5
cathjaneg2000
same here, thanks very much for the heads up...Clacton here we come!!!!!;-)


i can never imagine why people want to come here on a holiday!!!!
#6
hi i live in clacton and it is a great place for a holiday, even better at £9.50. Can anyone recommend a park/place for me to go to? i have two children under six.
#7
nicknoc
hi i live in clacton and it is a great place for a holiday, even better at £9.50. Can anyone recommend a park/place for me to go to? i have two children under six.


:-D
#8
primrose valley
#9
nicknoc;1391819
hi i live in clacton and it is a great place for a holiday, even better at £9.50. Can anyone recommend a park/place for me to go to? i have two children under six.

I'll second Primrose Valley, nice big park, they also built a new SplashZone swimming area there 3/4 years ago.
Perhaps nearer to you is Caister-On-Sea near Great Yarmouth. You can access the lovely beach from the holiday park.
#10
love primrose valley
#11
my friend went on one of these holidays and said they got it for a week in the uk but only managed to last two days there as the caravan park was full of all the dirty scratters you would expect to find on one of these types of holidays. I dont think you could pay me to go on one of these
#12
In my opinion i would like to say that you mostly get what you pay for in life. However i would second the parkdean parks, we have been for a short uk break at crantock beach near newquay for the past four years & always a high standard of accommodation, no chavs as is a quiet rural park with no gimmicky kids things. If you like the best of british then i would recommend as a great base to explore the coastline, surfing, eden project etc. A good cheap filler for our annual events calender !
#13
I would also recommend caister on sea, yarmouth.. was a great haven park. We stayed in a gold caravan not through the sun holidays so not sure what type of place you get but park was nice :)

I think i might save these this year... i never ever get round to finishing them but will give them a go this time.

Do you pick three places and you get one of these or can you be anywhere?
#14
i think personal experiences of accomodation vary, even within one holiday park. but who is going to stay in their chalett/caravan all day????

i would recommend Haven Caister, the park is ok but the area is lovely and joins onto the most beautiful sandy beach. we have booked a pontins- hot-deal holiday here bevause the area is so lovely.

the blackpool site is good too. it joins onto the marton mere nature reserve, which autumn watch was filmed from this year. we went in september and did blackpool lights. would defo go to this park again. the beach at st. annes is lovely and got some fab sand dunes for kids to run about on. and has got freeport shopping village, for a shopping fix before returning home.

i would love some recommendations of parks and areas to visit with a yound family please!!
#15
helwilkins
i think personal experiences of accomodation vary, even within one holiday park. but who is going to stay in their chalett/caravan all day????

i would recommend Haven Caister, the park is ok but the area is lovely and joins onto the most beautiful sandy beach. we have booked a pontins- hot-deal holiday here bevause the area is so lovely.

the blackpool site is good too. it joins onto the marton mere nature reserve, which autumn watch was filmed from this year. we went in september and did blackpool lights. would defo go to this park again. the beach at st. annes is lovely and got some fab sand dunes for kids to run about on. and has got freeport shopping village, for a shopping fix before returning home.

i would love some recommendations of parks and areas to visit with a yound family please!!

North Devon is nice for a family holiday, beautiful beaches and very unspoilt, Parkdean have Ruda Holiday Park there, right on Croyde Beach, it was better as an independent park but still very nice anyway.
#16
You can usually just enter the daily code from the paper into the on-line booking form...so no need to buy the paper.
I'll post the codes into this thread.

p.s. let's try and keep comments about Sun holidays and the people who go on them to ourselfs this time eigh...it happenes everytime and it's very boring.
#17
Went to Woolacombe bay this year via the Sun. Now, I don't read the paper but the cheap holiday offer tempted me. We didn't expect too much but we thought, it's a short break and it's cheap. We were very pleasantly surprised, great short break and didn't cost a fortune.

We upgraded the accommodation and had a brilliant time. Give it go. We are definitely going again this year, not our main holiday, but still well worth it!!! HOT
#18
i agree!!!! PLEASE lets keep this thread positive, both my husband and i are professionals, but would be struggling to go on holiday if it wasn't for these cheap deals. not all of us are lucky enough to splash out on "posher" holidays.

or perhaps you could pay more taxes to give your children's teachers a pay rise??? no, i thought not, so we are giving our children family holidays and showing them our wonderful country, the best way we can. please don't diss. these holidays.
#19
i have been to newquay holiday park for two years now. It is a nice place, last time we went they upgraded us for free into a private holiday caravan. it was very nice.
#20
I'll be doing it again though getting Half term or May day is nigh impossible. Presthave Sands is the popular one with my family, it is also worth upgrading the Caravan, it doesn't cost that much.
#21
Does anyone have an idea how long you have to apply for the offer? I am on holiday when the vouchers come out but can get someone to purchase the newspapers, but no point if I am still away when the application for the holidays closes
#22
Listen folks - I used to think that these hols would be a waste of well earned cash :x

2 years ago went to Haggerston castle in Northumbria - the north is also great fun :p got an upgrade - and well worth it. For 6 (2+4) - and upgrade to 3 bed centrally heated caravan - and entertainment for a Mon - Fri break (Oct half term) was less than £150 all in. Prob best hol we've had in years.

This year went to Ayr - great hols

So my recommendations -

1 - Dont buy the entertainment passes - no-one ever checks (£9.50 a head saving)

2 - Always upgrade directly with the park - you could end up with a 60's chalet!! The caravans are great. Upgrade as soon as the holiday is confirmed - don't leave it too late - spend the entertainment passes here:w00t:

3 - Unless you have other reasons - only pick Monday - Friday breaks

4 - If you have been before - pick park and dates on internet as soon as offer opens :thinking:

5 - enjoy :)
#23
Tormod;1396009
Listen folks - I used to think that these hols would be a waste of well earned cash :x

2 years ago went to Haggerston castle in Northumbria - the north is also great fun :p got an upgrade - and well worth it. For 6 (2+4) - and upgrade to 3 bed centrally heated caravan - and entertainment for a Mon - Fri break (Oct half term) was less than £150 all in. Prob best hol we've had in years.

This year went to Ayr - great hols

So my recommendations -

1 - Dont buy the entertainment passes - no-one ever checks (£9.50 a head saving)

2 - Always upgrade directly with the park - you could end up with a 60's chalet!! The caravans are great. Upgrade as soon as the holiday is confirmed - don't leave it too late - spend the entertainment passes here:w00t:

3 - Unless you have other reasons - only pick Monday - Friday breaks

4 - If you have been before - pick park and dates on internet as soon as offer opens :thinking:

5 - enjoy :)


Some good points, but some parks do check the passes. Haven Great Yarmouth have people on the door.
#24
Caistor is lovely with a young family :) Yarmouth abit chavey. Hemsby nice and quiet, all too qiuet if no car tho, ive also heard wold duck is nice thats all i been too in norfolk.

Also been to haven in mablethorpe that is lovely and very nice with small kids. Clacton very chavy and although a lovely park with nice swimming pool too many teenages swearing and drinking.

Ive never been too a caravan park and expected clean folded towels and a chocolate on my pillow- Who would!? As long as you picked up clean sheets haev a loo, shower and somewhere to make a cuppa who cares most fun loving caravan makers are out allday anyway. Im not too snobby to say i wouldnt scum it in a caravan for the weekend lol
#25
yeah, i agree, you will be taking a chance if you don't get entertainment passes. Haven at marton mere were checking ours all the time.

haven in caister didn't look once, even for the pool. so my experience is different than Steve A's
#26
any more suggestions for good parks and areas to visit?? i seem to be been to the parks suggested.
#27
Has anyone been to one in wales ?? or cornwall any good ??
#28
loulou1981
Has anyone been to one in wales ?? or cornwall any good ??



Where in Cornwall is it?
#29
motherof6
:-D


Last year I remember seeing Chateux Des Ornes in Dol De Bretagne (North Brittany France) was in the offer, maybe its in the £19.50 this year! if it is that is an amazing park for kids and adults!

I worked there for a season and am going to try go back there on this deal this year!!!
#30
We went to Haggerston Castle a few years ago. I thought the park itself was not very good - poor pacilities. The top grade caravan was good though. It's worthwhile using the caravan as a base to explore the surrounding area. Even if theses type of holidays are not your cup of tea, it can still work out to be a good value holiday. I will definately be booking up.
#31
I used the sun to book two holidays last year for the first time.

I was very impressed with both the standard of accomdation and also the on site entertainment for my two year old.

The first holiday was at Solway Holiday Village, the caravan we were given was one year old and in excellent condition. The facilties had the usual nightly disco along with an indoor swimming pool.

The Second Holiday was at Haven Burnham on Sea, again accomadation excellent and facilities also excellent.

It was a cheap break and my daughter loved the characters along with the disco.

I am going to be booking again this time round and will make sure that i choose all Haven parks.
#32
went to haven at marton mere, blackpool on a sun holiday and they upgraded our accomadtion to gold for free!!!

my 3 year old loved staying in a caravan and requested one from santa! needless to say that santa could only deliver toy caravans in his sleigh.
#33
Hi, Has anyone been sent a priority booking form that they know they will not be using? If so would you kindly donate it to me.#
Cheers
#34
Was the first code in yesterday's paper? If it was can some kind person post it please, thanks
#35
Yesterdays Codes were KEEP & SAND. :D
#36
any reason why there was 2 codes, i thought they only did one each day ? was the second code a bonus one ?
#37
Yeah I think so. I got them from MoneySavingExpert.com.
#38
helwilkins
went to haven at marton mere, blackpool on a sun holiday and they upgraded our accomadtion to gold for free!!!

.
They upgraded us to a gold free too maybe because when we got in our budget one the bed cover was wet where someone had pissed on it and it stunk. Other half was not too happy so went and complained they said they would move us to a different caravan the same class but there where 2 no 26 caravans think one was 26A and I think they gave us the wrong key as we had everything in there very nice caravan too.
#39
I can confirm they are correct, I bought the paper....... :-)

The SAND one is in the Bingo card, other (KEEP) in the main article.

Hoping someone else buys it and posts each day this week! I will post if I buy it.
#40
Yeah I will buy it on my way into work. Will post it from there.

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