Now Live - Travelodge Boxing Day Sale 30% off with code including Saver rooms
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Now Live - Travelodge Boxing Day Sale 30% off with code including Saver rooms

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Found 19th Dec 2017
*Now live for all use code JANSALE18*

If you are on the Travelodge mailing list then you should have received an email about VIP access to the Boxing Day sale. It starts 22nd of December.
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If you dont have VIP access, you can get 30% off bookings using code JANSALE18 from Tuesday morning 26th December

Please note the code can be used for bookings of up to two nights for the period 1st Jan to 12th April - exclusions apply but will work on saver rooms

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''VIP'' and ''Travelodge'' and do not belong in the same sentence.
These deals are rubbish now and seem to be 'ongoing' through the year any way. This will be Sunday / Monday nights ( mostly) with a light scattering elsewhere for good measure. Sounds like a weather forecast!
Edited by: "anthony69" 19th Dec 2017
They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You wont get any preferential treatment. they are just gathering marketing info from so they can maximise takings. if they know 200 other peole want to stay at your travellodge they will raise the room rate. if there are only 2 people registered the price will be low.
Never knew so many hotel snobs existed!!

Half the time you spend very little time in hotel so bed and somewhere to use washing facilities etc is all you need. Happy to spend rest of my money on something I want rather than wasting in expensive hotels where I barely use 'extra' facilities available!!
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Any clue as to what sort of deals they offer please?
Also most shops will have a sale around Christmas btw
Trumpet77715 m ago

Any clue as to what sort of deals they offer please?


Probably some reduced prices: limited rooms for silly cheap, most just a bit cheaper than usual.
''VIP'' and ''Travelodge'' and do not belong in the same sentence.
These deals are rubbish now and seem to be 'ongoing' through the year any way. This will be Sunday / Monday nights ( mostly) with a light scattering elsewhere for good measure. Sounds like a weather forecast!
Edited by: "anthony69" 19th Dec 2017
They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You wont get any preferential treatment. they are just gathering marketing info from so they can maximise takings. if they know 200 other peole want to stay at your travellodge they will raise the room rate. if there are only 2 people registered the price will be low.
Boxing Day sale, starts 22nd December
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INDUSTRYHATER20 m ago

Boxing Day sale, starts 22nd December


For VIP early access on the 22nd, though Boxing Day sales do seem to start earlier and earlier!
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tgbyhn102 h, 33 m ago

They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You …They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You wont get any preferential treatment. they are just gathering marketing info from so they can maximise takings. if they know 200 other peole want to stay at your travellodge they will raise the room rate. if there are only 2 people registered the price will be low.


You’ll get an early access link to the sale. They did this with their last sale.
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Trumpet7773 h, 17 m ago

Any clue as to what sort of deals they offer please?


Usually a percentage discount but on limited numbers of rooms
VIP and Travelodge; they serve a purpose and are fine....but never thought these two words would be found in the same sentence...
Heads up...you wouldn't get me in a Travelodge if you paid me
skellyness9 h, 22 m ago

Usually a percentage discount but on limited numbers of rooms


Thank you
I'd never stay in a Travelodge, even if you paid me. Guess 30% off though is still a deal for people on budgets.
Watch out for the nonrefundable extras... Couldn't attend, had to pay for the WiFi - Travelodge need your monies
Put me off when I stayed in Windsor and a Teddy bears arm was floating in the toilet. Must of been the chambermaid
tgbyhn1013 h, 47 m ago

They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You …They want you to let them know which travellodge you want to stay at. You wont get any preferential treatment. they are just gathering marketing info from so they can maximise takings. if they know 200 other peole want to stay at your travellodge they will raise the room rate. if there are only 2 people registered the price will be low.


Thats why I put myself down for a random one not the one I want
lord_trumpington2 h, 29 m ago

Heads up...you wouldn't get me in a Travelodge if you paid me


I'll put my money away then
shimmy111 m ago

I'll put my money away then


I think the he way well be blowing his own trumpet
Probably being really blonde here, but if VIP's can book from the 22nd, is there a way to become a VIP? And will the 30% off be across all bookings..? (possibly just wishful thinking)
chocolatepizzaandyoutube19 m ago

Probably being really blonde here, but if VIP's can book from the 22nd, is …Probably being really blonde here, but if VIP's can book from the 22nd, is there a way to become a VIP? And will the 30% off be across all bookings..? (possibly just wishful thinking)



Seconded (i.e. can you sign up for the mailing list now, or has the link already been sent out to current VIPs)?
I'm on the mailing list but no email...
Never knew so many hotel snobs existed!!

Half the time you spend very little time in hotel so bed and somewhere to use washing facilities etc is all you need. Happy to spend rest of my money on something I want rather than wasting in expensive hotels where I barely use 'extra' facilities available!!
lord_trumpington18 h, 33 m ago

Heads up...you wouldn't get me in a Travelodge if you paid me



Well I once stopped in a Travelodge and after spending several hours in my room with a magnifying glass I found a small hair on the carpet. I was so disgusted that I left immediately and now neither I nor my imaginary wife will ever stop in a Travelodge ever again even if we had to pay for it.
UncleWilly4 h, 47 m ago

Well I once stopped in a Travelodge and after spending several hours in my …Well I once stopped in a Travelodge and after spending several hours in my room with a magnifying glass I found a small hair on the carpet. I was so disgusted that I left immediately and now neither I nor my imaginary wife will ever stop in a Travelodge ever again even if we had to pay for it.


Nice. My children discovered a nice wet urine patch on their bed whilst jumping on it when we checked in. It was accompanied by a nice skid mark. The hotel staff were very unapologetic and we had to ask quite insistently to be moved to another room. I guess I should be more forgiving and accept such things.
Freezing cold rooms, blood stained sheets blah blah, seen it all for myself, you would have to be mental or homeless to consider staying in one of these hell holes. Just go to premier Inn, never seen a bad one of those. Never seen a good one of these.
Travelodges are fine; stayed in quiet a few; not my first choice and there are a few i would'nt go back to until they are refurbished but the newer ones are quite nice. I suspect there are some horror stories out there are but they don't pay hotel staff very well (in keeping with the whole hotel industry).
be aware travellodge oversell their rooms on the assumption that a percentage of guests wont be able to make their booking. so they could sell 55 rooms in a 50 room hotel. It's money for nothing, well not nothing, they have to disrupt, stress out and perhaps ruin the plans of a percentage of their guests. If all guests arrive travellodge will turn 5 bookings worth away. t&c state their only obligation to you is to offer you an alternative room at a local-ish hotel. So even though you have booked a specific hotel and have a confirmation number, you are not guaranteed a room in that travellodge that night. Merry Christmas
Edited by: "tgbyhn10" 21st Dec 2017
tgbyhn103 h, 47 m ago

be aware travellodge oversell their rooms on the assumption that a …be aware travellodge oversell their rooms on the assumption that a percentage of guests wont be able to make their booking. so they could sell 55 rooms in a 50 room hotel. It's money for nothing, well not nothing, they have to disrupt, stress out and perhaps ruin the plans of a percentage of their guests. If all guests arrive travellodge will turn 5 bookings worth away. t&c state their only obligation to you is to offer you an alternative room at a local-ish hotel. So even though you have booked a specific hotel and have a confirmation number, you are not guaranteed a room in that travellodge that night. Merry Christmas



That sounds like a myth to me. I've stopped in many Travelodges over the years and have never known anything like this happen.

Which of Travelodge's competitiors do you work for, btw?
boostii12 h, 46 m ago

Freezing cold rooms, blood stained sheets blah blah, seen it all for …Freezing cold rooms, blood stained sheets blah blah, seen it all for myself, you would have to be mental or homeless to consider staying in one of these hell holes. Just go to premier Inn, never seen a bad one of those. Never seen a good one of these.


There is a lot of good Travelodges these days. Premier Inn have become very over-priced for what they offer.
beamo19th Dec

I'd never stay in a Travelodge, even if you paid me. Guess 30% off though …I'd never stay in a Travelodge, even if you paid me. Guess 30% off though is still a deal for people on budgets.


You are a fool to refuse some of the best located hotels in the country
I'm hoping to go away in April, but a week after the end date of the offer, as it's my birthday. I'll have to keep an eye out for offers closer to the date.
Last time I booked with 30% off, the day after the sale the room was the same price as the *sale* price at *full* price. Not convinced Travelodge sales are legit.
Edited by: "mattclarkie" 21st Dec 2017
lord_trumpington20th Dec

Nice. My children discovered a nice wet urine patch on their bed whilst …Nice. My children discovered a nice wet urine patch on their bed whilst jumping on it when we checked in. It was accompanied by a nice skid mark. The hotel staff were very unapologetic and we had to ask quite insistently to be moved to another room. I guess I should be more forgiving and accept such things.


couldn't possibly have originated from one of your children that were 'jumping on the bed'.....
Thanks.
jeczap1 h, 6 m ago

couldn't possibly have originated from one of your children that were …couldn't possibly have originated from one of your children that were 'jumping on the bed'.....


Perhaps it was you? A cheap shot response like that from behind the safety and anonymity of your own keyboard suggests you must be a bit if a bed wetter yourself
lord_trumpington40 m ago

Perhaps it was you? A cheap shot response like that from behind the safety …Perhaps it was you? A cheap shot response like that from behind the safety and anonymity of your own keyboard suggests you must be a bit if a bed wetter yourself


A very likely fact = cheap shot?
Your kids will fess up when they're older

Hot deal
lord_trumpington20th Dec

Nice. My children discovered a nice wet urine patch on their bed whilst …Nice. My children discovered a nice wet urine patch on their bed whilst jumping on it when we checked in. It was accompanied by a nice skid mark. The hotel staff were very unapologetic and we had to ask quite insistently to be moved to another room. I guess I should be more forgiving and accept such things.


An incident in an hotel, not indicative of a chain
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