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£200 off £800 on solo or single parent holidays at TUI
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£200 off £800 on solo or single parent holidays at TUI

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Posted 26th Dec 2019

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Save £200 per booking on solo traveller holidays or holidays with one adult and one or more children departing between 1st May 2020 and 31st October 2020 with your Unique code - Save £200 per booking including children aged 2 and over on TUI and First Choice package holidays. Discount is valid on holidays departing between 1st May and 31st October 2020. Minimum spend is £800 per booking and before any extras such as insurance, room upgrades & selecting seats, are added. Saving is based on a minimum of 1 adult travelling. Offer is valid from Thursday 26th December 2019 on tui.co.uk.
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When browsing holidays with TUI, First Choice etc can I suggest you do the following,

Where possible use a VPN to browse their sites to avoid IP Tracking,
Then use a different browser to the one you would normally use, I recommend FireFox so you can clear all cookies etc after a browsing session.
Doing the above should help stop the travel agent track your web browsing and adjust the prices based on how often you visit their site and how far into the booking process you get each time.
It also helps to ensure that you are being offered any discount codes each time you browse their site,
The unique code comes up when you go through the selected holiday. Be aware, I looked at a holiday through TUI yesterday. The price has gone up massively today and even with that 'unique' code it brings it to more than what it was yesterday! I know holidays go up and down but it became too expensive at today's price! Easy jet for the same holiday/date etc comes up at almost £200 cheaper! Hope this helps!
DJUD26/12/2019 09:47

Isn’t this prejudice? I thought companies were meant to treat everyone e …Isn’t this prejudice? I thought companies were meant to treat everyone equally? Im not saying i agree or disagree with it but I’d like to know peoples opinion.




I’m always gutted when I see “family tickets” offering cheaper deals (for example the kids go free offer is only valid if there are two adults. It’s about time they did deal tickets for families that don’t fit the norm
Edited by: "AwesomeMummy" 26th Dec 2019
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So in theory you can save £400 as you need to buy one package for wife and kids and one for yourself will try it later, thanks OP
It says you need a unique code? Does anyone know it? As a single parent this deal is will make a huge difference for me
The unique code comes up when you go through the selected holiday. Be aware, I looked at a holiday through TUI yesterday. The price has gone up massively today and even with that 'unique' code it brings it to more than what it was yesterday! I know holidays go up and down but it became too expensive at today's price! Easy jet for the same holiday/date etc comes up at almost £200 cheaper! Hope this helps!
When browsing holidays with TUI, First Choice etc can I suggest you do the following,

Where possible use a VPN to browse their sites to avoid IP Tracking,
Then use a different browser to the one you would normally use, I recommend FireFox so you can clear all cookies etc after a browsing session.
Doing the above should help stop the travel agent track your web browsing and adjust the prices based on how often you visit their site and how far into the booking process you get each time.
It also helps to ensure that you are being offered any discount codes each time you browse their site,
Isn’t this prejudice? I thought companies were meant to treat everyone equally?

Im not saying i agree or disagree with it but I’d like to know peoples opinion.
Edited by: "DJUD" 26th Dec 2019
ms8426/12/2019 08:22

So in theory you can save £400 as you need to buy one package for wife and …So in theory you can save £400 as you need to buy one package for wife and kids and one for yourself will try it later, thanks OP


I guess technically if you’re a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 kids you might actually be able to do it that way!
pancake21226/12/2019 09:47

I guess technically if you’re a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 kids you m …I guess technically if you’re a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 kids you might actually be able to do it that way!


I have one kid only... So was thinking about me traveling solo and wife with a kid
murphyabu26/12/2019 09:31

When browsing holidays with TUI, First Choice etc can I suggest you do the …When browsing holidays with TUI, First Choice etc can I suggest you do the following,Where possible use a VPN to browse their sites to avoid IP Tracking,Then use a different browser to the one you would normally use, I recommend FireFox so you can clear all cookies etc after a browsing session.Doing the above should help stop the travel agent track your web browsing and adjust the prices based on how often you visit their site and how far into the booking process you get each time.It also helps to ensure that you are being offered any discount codes each time you browse their site,


Just a thought, can you not use Browsers in incognito mode.
I tried using Chrome in incognito mode but still noted cheaper prices/better offers when using a combination of a VPN with a clean browser.....
Just tried to book Vegas in august.

price was actually cheap (cheaper than BA flights alone!) but I didn’t get offered a 200 code
DJUD26/12/2019 09:47

Isn’t this prejudice? I thought companies were meant to treat everyone e …Isn’t this prejudice? I thought companies were meant to treat everyone equally? Im not saying i agree or disagree with it but I’d like to know peoples opinion.




I’m always gutted when I see “family tickets” offering cheaper deals (for example the kids go free offer is only valid if there are two adults. It’s about time they did deal tickets for families that don’t fit the norm
Edited by: "AwesomeMummy" 26th Dec 2019
Has anyone managed to get the code?
bma144526/12/2019 12:35

Has anyone managed to get the code?



Getting the code is easy, problem for me is that it keeps saying it is invalid.
Edited by: "Daveg1999" 26th Dec 2019
Not all is as it seems...

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Discounts for having a well paid job in the NHS....
Discounts for having a well paid job in the armed services.....
Discounts for being a single parent....also well paid by the Benefits Agency......

What about discounts for people living alone in rented accommodation on minimum wage zero hour contracts....???
Edited by: "trannyboy" 26th Dec 2019
This promotion was going on Black Friday. When we tried to use the code displayed we couldn't. When we called TUI they said as the child was 12 most hotels charge 12 as an adult now so couldn't use the code. The website can be misleading.
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