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Has anyone been to Park Resorts lately and did you have to show an entertainment pass?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
We have been on numerous Park Resorts caravan holidays and the entertainment always comes as part of the holiday and is advertised as free. We have just booked through The Sun newspaper instead of direct to Park Resorts and they are asking for an entertainment pass fee. Has anyone else been recently through the Sun and had to pay the fee to get the usual free entertainment on their holiday? We thought this very strange but if we do need to pay we will, we don't always use the entertainment but it's nice to know it's there if we need it.
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Dunno about parks but at Haven you gotta purchase a pass and show it at the door when you enter the entertainment bit.
#2
We went last year and had to show them all the time I think it was mentioned in a thread a few days ago, from what I remember it came across that it depends which site as to how strict they are. You could always not buy them and if it turns out you need them purchase them there. :)
#3
AshleyRFC
Dunno about parks but at Haven you gotta purchase a pass and show it at the door when you enter the entertainment bit.


Hi, yes we have been to Haven too and you do have to pay for passes there. :)
#4
kidcat
We went last year and had to show them all the time I think it was mentioned in a thread a few days ago, from what I remember it came across that it depends which site as to how strict they are. You could always not buy them and if it turns out you need them purchase them there. :)


Yes, we could do that. I emailed Park Resorts today and they said their passes were free with holiday according to how many berth the caravan would hold. So if four of you went and it was a six berth caravan you could take in two extra people to entertainment. That didn't make much sense to me.
#5
starsparkle2311
I went via the sun, but back in May, when it was quiet, yes we had to show our passes, which btw we got free, bit silly really because apart from the swimming pool, they had NO entertainment whatsoever:w00t:(which is why our passes were free,lol)

Anyway, brilliant caravan, just wrong time of year:thumbsup:

The park we stayed at was mainly a residential park, so the passes were needed to differentiate us from the 'residents':)


Were your passes just in the welcome pack? I don't know what to do. We went to California Cliffs at Great Yarmouth. We don't even remember getting any passes to show but we may of done but not realised.
#6
ts9658
Were your passes just in the welcome pack? I don't know what to do. We went to California Cliffs at Great Yarmouth. We don't even remember getting any passes to show but we may of done but not realised.


You are usually given the passes you have paid for when you check in
#7
is this not the same question you were asking two days ago?
'We go on a Park Resorts holiday in a caravan every year. This year we are going on another late one with the sun holiday offer. I wonder if anyone knows why through the sun it says holiday passes are charged for? Park Resorts do not charge for their entertainment and no passes have ever been issued to us before. Does anyone know why they are trying to charge this. Thanks to anyone can make sense of this. :)'

and as i mentioned then it depends on the park................................
#8
I knew there had been another thread :)
#9
Benjiboo1
is this not the same question you were asking two days ago?
'We go on a Park Resorts holiday in a caravan every year. This year we are going on another late one with the sun holiday offer. I wonder if anyone knows why through the sun it says holiday passes are charged for? Park Resorts do not charge for their entertainment and no passes have ever been issued to us before. Does anyone know why they are trying to charge this. Thanks to anyone can make sense of this. :)'

and as i mentioned then it depends on the park................................


Different people ...different answers.
#10
starsparkle2311
Yes they were in the welcome pack when we got there, really peed me off having to show them every night actually.
We were the only 'guests' there, such was the greatness of the park we went too, rofl.

I literally had to beg for entertainment one night, the 'entertainment' manager caved in and put £5 in the quiz machine, wow what a good night that was,lol:w00t:

I imagine it will be different for you, hope you have a great time, sure you will:thumbsup:


Thanks :) not going until 4th September. I think I'm going to say no to passes then sort them out if we don't get them when we get there :thumbsup:
#11
kidcat
I knew there had been another thread :)


:-D sneaked it in again .......he he. Thought I'd try night instead of day.

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