Cyber monday offers -  3 nights break (Upto 6 people) from approx £11.50 each! using code @ Park Resorts [Must Book by 9am 1st Dec)
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Cyber monday offers - 3 nights break (Upto 6 people) from approx £11.50 each! using code @ Park Resorts [Must Book by 9am 1st Dec)

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Found 27th Nov 2015
Update - Cracking Cyber Monday offer from Park Resorts is now live

Various offers - see link for details

USE PROMO CODE: 3NTCYBER16

Deals are all 3 night short breaks (Friday arrival, Monday departure) and the price is per holiday home, not the number of people staying (up to the stated max occupancy)
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Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and therefore encouraging people to risk getting fines by taking children out of school at other times - fair play though, decent if you have no kids!
bit cold !
Always take the our nieces and nephews out of school for 1 weeks holiday to Majorca every year . Never get a fine . Cost for the 6 of us in August £3000 cost in first week of July £1200 for the same holiday .
sw02jco

Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and … Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and therefore encouraging people to risk getting fines by taking children out of school at other times - fair play though, decent if you have no kids!



​You do realise that the reason they offer these deals is because when it's not the school holiday they have much lower demand. Don't get cross just because one deal doesn't cater to your niche in the market.
sw02jco

Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and … Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and therefore encouraging people to risk getting fines by taking children out of school at other times - fair play though, decent if you have no kids!



Have a look at the difference between prices at haven and centre parks too in school holidays, there all the same! Luckily for us our school have moved the Easter hols 2 weeks later than they should be and I've managed to save £450 on a week at haven with the kids!
PHILDUBAI

CommentBecause you have kids you think the whole world revolves around … CommentBecause you have kids you think the whole world revolves around you.. Get over yourself



Read my whole reply as many other nearly replies on here should too, I did say fair play if you don't have kids. I am a teacher and believe that companies should offer equal prices rather than make criminals out of parents who take children out of school. Oh kind of jumped the gun there and must feel quite silly now? Please also remember to be polite in your responses and not nasty. Thank you.
aprilg

Have a look at the difference between prices at haven and centre parks … Have a look at the difference between prices at haven and centre parks too in school holidays, there all the same! Luckily for us our school have moved the Easter hols 2 weeks later than they should be and I've managed to save £450 on a week at haven with the kids!



Thank you, will have a look at these, but more concerned about companies who try to "encourage" parents/carers to take kids out in term time and risk fines.
sw02jco

Thank you, will have a look at these, but more concerned about companies … Thank you, will have a look at these, but more concerned about companies who try to "encourage" parents/carers to take kids out in term time and risk fines.



​It's supply and demand. As someone has pointed out these companies have to lower their prices in term time to attract customers. In school holidays they charge what people will pay.
sw02jco

Thank you, will have a look at these, but more concerned about companies … Thank you, will have a look at these, but more concerned about companies who try to "encourage" parents/carers to take kids out in term time and risk fines.



​It's supply and demand. As someone has pointed out these companies have to lower their prices in term time to attract customers. In school holidays they charge what people will pay.
wh1tehouse

​It's supply and demand. As someone has pointed out these companies have t … ​It's supply and demand. As someone has pointed out these companies have to lower their prices in term time to attract customers. In school holidays they charge what people will pay.



Interestingly though, I have just learned that they will be doing three night weekend stays from £69 on Monday, so maybe not all that bad, lol
sw02jco

Interestingly though, I have just learned that they will be doing three … Interestingly though, I have just learned that they will be doing three night weekend stays from £69 on Monday, so maybe not all that bad, lol



​Looks like it was you that jumped the gun there then. As for your previous comment about encouraging parents to take their kids out of school during term time - you do realise that nobody is forcing you to use these deals, right? As I said before, the deals exist so that there's more demand in off-peak times (i.e. term time) - they're not meant for parents.
yozzman1234

Always take the our nieces and nephews out of school for 1 weeks holiday … Always take the our nieces and nephews out of school for 1 weeks holiday to Majorca every year . Never get a fine . Cost for the 6 of us in August £3000 cost in first week of July £1200 for the same holiday .


Who do you book with?
I was looking at Majorca for 6 of us.. 3 grand in August and 2 grand in July
We book through onthebeach. It's only ever self catering in alcudia in a 3 star but the kids love it there .
Thanks OP just booked 2 caravans at the end of June. Cheap Christmas present for the in laws!
sw02jco

Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and … Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and therefore encouraging people to risk getting fines by taking children out of school at other times - fair play though, decent if you have no kids!



There is nobody encouraging anyone here, this company or deal aren't advertising aimed at parents of children specifically. It's a bit harsh to say a company is "Awful" unless you have some personal experience where the company treated you in an awful way?
hbettany

​Looks like it was you that jumped the gun there then. As for your p … ​Looks like it was you that jumped the gun there then. As for your previous comment about encouraging parents to take their kids out of school during term time - you do realise that nobody is forcing you to use these deals, right? As I said before, the deals exist so that there's more demand in off-peak times (i.e. term time) - they're not meant for parents.



Did you read any replies before you posted this? I posted as a teacher, not a parent, I'm not being forced to do anything - and I said maybe. It all that bad for them 3 day sale which I posted, so this reply from you is for what purpose or reason?
Oh dear, I thought this site was for sharing good deals, not back biting and bickering.................
Ke22er

Oh dear, I thought this site was for sharing good deals, not back biting … Oh dear, I thought this site was for sharing good deals, not back biting and bickering.................



Bickering first, deals 2nd. It's the HUKD way.
sw02jco

Read my whole reply as many other nearly replies on here should too, I … Read my whole reply as many other nearly replies on here should too, I did say fair play if you don't have kids. I am a teacher and believe that companies should offer equal prices rather than make criminals out of parents who take children out of school. Oh kind of jumped the gun there and must feel quite silly now? Please also remember to be polite in your responses and not nasty. Thank you.



You're a teacher and you don't know how basic economics work?
sw02jco

Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and … Awful company - no deals available at all in the school holidays and therefore encouraging people to risk getting fines by taking children out of school at other times - fair play though, decent if you have no kids!


Do you think they are running a charity? Is basic supply / demand thing. Demand during school holidays is such that they can charge whatever they want. But if you complain about not getting 'deals' during school holidays, then why just this company, blame airlines, theme parks and almost everything else
Seems like a good deal (for parents, non-parents and teachers!)
Anyone been to any of their resorts? Which ones are good?

Does the price include access to the facilities (swimmin pools etc)? I presume so.
Thanks op going in May for a weekend going after school on a Friday and coming home Sunday night.booked a gold caravan looking forward to a weekend away
Yes price includes all passes etc as your booking direct with park resorts so no hidden costs
nathankw

Seems like a good deal (for parents, non-parents and teachers!)Anyone … Seems like a good deal (for parents, non-parents and teachers!)Anyone been to any of their resorts? Which ones are good?Does the price include access to the facilities (swimmin pools etc)? I presume so.


There's reviews of each location on the website. Fancied a trip to iow but too many reviews about dirt & poor.service put me off
Fair enough, was trying to point out that they were doing cheaper during school holidays and this encouraged people to book then with kids and therefore they risked getting a fine. I was not posting as a parent, a few people chimed in without reading properly what was said. It is a good deal, as I said in first post, for those who don't have kids and I have used them in the past and ironically, they were great, lol. It is the family holiday theme during term time I have an issue with, that's all. Have a lovely holiday anyway anyone who gets this deal. It really disappoints me how quick people are to troll and attack others for simply having an opinion without reading the replies first.
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Thanks for sharing this... Booked a 'sunny' weekend away for the weekend before half term in May. £139 for gold accommodation including our dog - bargain!
No fines in Scotland thank goodness!
Decent deal
Edited by: "Antix70" 1st Dec 2015
They're NOT an awful company, they operate the same way as everyone else oh and as for encouraging parents to take their kids out of school have you checked holiday dates with every school in the UK, not to mention people who might stay from abroad AND some school last will still authorise term time breaks, we took our kids to Center Parcs in January and the school authorised it no problems kids had 100% attendance until that point
sw02jco

Read my whole reply as many other nearly replies on here should too, I … Read my whole reply as many other nearly replies on here should too, I did say fair play if you don't have kids. I am a teacher and believe that companies should offer equal prices rather than make criminals out of parents who take children out of school. Oh kind of jumped the gun there and must feel quite silly now? Please also remember to be polite in your responses and not nasty. Thank you.



​They don't make criminals from parents it's a civil matter NOT a criminal one
Please consider booking through private owners. you get lower prices and a better spec for your money.
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