Sun Holiday Codes Long Weekend in 2 bedroom apartment - Skegness Butlins - £82.80 for 4
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Sun Holiday Codes Long Weekend in 2 bedroom apartment - Skegness Butlins - £82.80 for 4

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Found 27th Feb
Im unsure if this has already been posted, I couldn't find it so apologies if it has.

I was looking at booking Butlins for a long weekend and came across the sun holidays codes. I managed to book a long weekend for 4 of us, in a self catering apartment in October for £40.80 + £14 per unit per night + £20 per person for entertainment passes per break (if required). So in total I've paid £40.80 today and have to pay another £42 so £82.80 which I think is a bargain compared to what they are charging on the Butlins website and will provide a weekends entertainment for my two toddlers. £162.80 if 4 entertainment passes are needed too but these aren't mandatory.

Codes are: GOOD WALL SIZE LUCK F2L9

The Butlins resort does seem to be getting better reviews too from those I read today. Obviously there are lots of other sites available to book too.
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So £162.80 with the entertainment passes?
Not sure why this is getting cold votes. Might not be for everyone but try booking a long weekend in butlins and you’ll find it costs a lot more than £82.80! 95% of the sun holiday deals are significantly cheaper than if you booked without the codes.
Yes that's correct, I'm unsure if I'll need an entertainment pass for my 1 year old but if so it'll be £162.80.
My friend has just come back from Butlins and paid £400! for 4 nights in half term and she said it was great for the kids and the apartment was lovely and clean. Apparently there's lots for them to do and the entertainment at night was great too. Obviously not for everyone and I know sun holidays aren't £9.50 as they are advertised but they're still significantly cheaper than booking elsewhere. Ive never been to Butlins before but for the price I'm willing to give it a go.
And our apartment has 2 bedrooms with a kitchen and lounge so great for a family of 4, means we can eat in too
What's the point in going to somewhere like butlins if you don't get the entertainment passes? That's the point of going to these holiday parks.
Just come back from butlins as we were there over half term. Stayed in silver apartment had a great time would need entertainment passes tho if they are separate..the shows are really good
Richard_Richard6 h, 43 m ago

What's the point in going to somewhere like butlins if you don't get the …What's the point in going to somewhere like butlins if you don't get the entertainment passes? That's the point of going to these holiday parks.


We will be buying them but if you wanted to go to Skegness for the weekend you could stay at Butlins as it would probably be cheaper than booking a seperate caravan or hotel.
Says invalid session key - what does that mean?!
Edited by: "mchu6am4" 28th Feb
I've just come back last week for from a half term break in Skegness, if you don't have a 'b line' pass or a 'skybar' pass expect to queue for around 2 hours before the shows start to get a table.

They've also introduced a cloth wrist band that is checked when entereing the entertainment venues or the pool.
Edited by: "paulj48" 28th Feb
Do you need entertainment passes to get into the pool now? Pretty sure that last time we went, you didn't have to.
AdamBrunt20 m ago

Do you need entertainment passes to get into the pool now? Pretty sure …Do you need entertainment passes to get into the pool now? Pretty sure that last time we went, you didn't have to.



defiantly, all adults have to wear the wrist band, none where given to the kids.
paulj488 h, 34 m ago

I've just come back last week for from a half term break in Skegness, if …I've just come back last week for from a half term break in Skegness, if you don't have a 'b line' pass or a 'skybar' pass expect to queue for around 2 hours before the shows start to get a table.They've also introduced a cloth wrist band that is checked when entereing the entertainment venues or the pool.


Do you think that would be the same when it's not half term? Over a weekend?
hfullwood15 h, 13 m ago

Do you think that would be the same when it's not half term? Over a …Do you think that would be the same when it's not half term? Over a weekend?



I've been at various times over the years and this half term wasn't as busy as it would normally be in summer. In summer they get a lot of French schools visiting who can be a pain pushing in line at the fair and in the pool, they also take over half of the food hall although they don't visit the shows at night.

Different times of the week and year get different age groups, go mid week and you get loads of smaller kids so the earlier shows are full and difficult to get a table but the later shows (ones that start after 9:30 for example) are half empty and its easy to get table. Weekends and the summer months both the early and late shows are full.

Last summer I watched Diversity and people where queuing 3 hours before (for the afternoon show), I joined the queue once the doors had opened (where people where then queuing for the evening show) as the bouncers where walking up the line allowing people to enter as standing room only.

Just make sure you bring plenty of spending money if you like a drink as its £4.20 a pint.
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