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All Travelodge Deals, Discounts & Sales for October 2018

Heathrow Central £16.80 /Romford £15.20/ Bristol £16 /Salford £14.20 /Liverpool & Bournemouth £19.20 (23rd December)@ Travelodge (With code)
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
I needed to book a Travelodge at Heathrow or the 23rd for someone I know, and I was astonished by the price! Fantastic for those travelling over the christmas season. With thanks t… Read more
Craigbp

Anyone else struggling to get this to work. I've selected dates on the PDF above and it says it's not accepted.

greatcapp

Ended up booking City Airport for Sat 22nd Dec for £22. Bargain Heat from me. (Code didn't work though. Not sure why). Still cheap as chips.

ethooo

very good price (pirate)

summerof76

Heat added (highfive)

Bestbitter

Thanks, OP! Unbelievable prices.. but I checked, and am tempted to book Bournemouth seafront Travelodge, even though I only live 10 miles away!! (y)

Travelodge London 23rd of December near shoreditch for £20.80 (with code)
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23/12/2018Starts at 23/12/201824/12/2018Expires on 24/12/2018Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
good if you’re out for the day in London, though it was a good deal
chrisc58

cracking price and ideal if you get lucky at the christmas party ..... just hope the mrs doesnt find out (flirt)

herrbz

Why accept it?

herrbz

Which is also irritating.

someshpan

Agree with comment and your name.

sadbuttruee

do yourself a favour, and check out the local area and approach to these London hotels before booking

20% off Selected Travelodge stays between 25th October and 24th November with code
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Just received an email about this, Travelodge are usually pretty cheap anyway and an extra 20% off is even better. Might help someone planning to stay somewhere between now and Chr… Read more
blnkbonny

I have noticed this time and again. I don't know why they think this sort of thing is going to help their business model. I'm a regular traveller and they have more or less lost me as a regular customer. I'm sick of playing Hunt the Moving Price!

bobthegorilla

Sounds like a great offer, but I tried a couple of stays specifically listed on their availability document and the code didn’t validate - so that’s disappointing.

ellenw

£40 Amazon Voucher with bookings over £80 @ Vouchercodes https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/windfall?ei=0515171018windfall_Tlodgeu&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=0515171018windfall_Tlodgeu&utm_content=&utm_term=0515171018windfall_Tlodgeu______Broadcast_newsletter_u___False_full_website_0_null_10534359_PL_merchname&scroll=1&ud=10534359&ud_hash=3e2c526fdd1d280c8b08

honestsam

Hot from me - booked 1 night in central London near Xmas - £42 down to £33.60. You can't get much for that in London nowadays!!

kford1984

It's a con all the hotels I was looking to book last night suddenly added £10 to their rooms so this 20% off just takes it back to where it is

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Covent Garden Travelodge £28.50 on 23 December @ Travelodge
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23/12/2018Expires on 23/12/2018Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Works for family room too so up to 2 adults and two kids for £28.50. Alternatively add breakfast on for under £60 which is free for kids too. Ideal for last minute Christmas shopp… Read more
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djwent

for anyone travelling in and out of London Waterloo...good luck. major engineering works with pretty much no trains on the 24th...plan ahead!

valhallablue

Have you been before? Unfortunately you won’t get to see a lot in 24 hours but you’ll be bang smack in the centre of theatre town. Covent Garden is nice but over priced. Head up to south bank by Waterloo. There’s always something going on there at Xmas.

chrismad4rit

Looks like all the family rooms have gone for the HUKD Christmas party..... will have to leave the kids at home...... Hurrah!!

g1bbuk

Booked for £24. Thanks op. Looking forward to a quick trip to London before Xmas. Anyone have any suggestions on where to visit?

valhallablue

I’ve just booked it for £24 and still showing £30 now. There’s loads to choose from not just Covent Garden.

Travelodge 15% voucher - today - limited time
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Travelodge website is down but showing a 15% discount if you enter your email in the page. I think only applicable until the website if back up. "Get a 15% discount As soon as th… Read more
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quidditys_shore

Yeah & it's rubbish unless you are going between the 16th & 23rd of this month.

triniangelica

I just used this code for a booking in December for 10% off if that helps anyone: F369M9ML. If anyone would like my 15% off code as I had no use for it; its 9QTT4Q8C

anthony69

Anyone been sent their code yet?

paul.jacobs

Or go on trivago and spend a few quid more. I Just booked 2 nights in a Premier Inn for £80, was actually cheaper than the nearest Travel-splodge

honestsam

Expired now. I still think it was worth it, particularly for those late minute stays where a travelodge is a cheap and cheerful option.

Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot 1 night ( 28/07/19) 2 adults 2 children
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Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Busy family friend taking the family by eurostar next year to Disney land Paris didn't fancy doing wirral to Liverpool to London to Paris in 1 day so asked me to find a hotel in Lo… Read more
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Wirralbargains77

We stayed back in spring 2016 for exactly the same reason and couldn't fault the hotel, staff or location.

Geezer182

We stayed here last month (2 adults and 1 child) and we paid £45 for a family room for one night also to go the Eurostar to Disney in the morning. I was really worried after reading the reviews but our room was spot on, maybe we got lucky as it overlooked a quiet street at the back of the hotel, family room was very big for London and no noise issue. We paid £10 to check in early as standard check in is 3pm

Wirralbargains77

In my description I clearly state I was looking for a London Hotel near St Pancras Station as a friend was catching the eurostar the next morning.... Yes I've done a simimar trip a couple of years ago. I was surprised travelodge was as cheap as it was a couple of years ago as from what I've generally noticed travelodge have got more expensive. Heck a few years ago I stayed in travelodge tower bridge for less than £19 per night.

Nujol

It’s really confusing because in your OP you speak as if you’ve randomly found this deal for a random hotel almost a year in the future, but then later in the thread you respond in a way that heavy implies you’ve stayed there and done the exact trip already, yourself. It is somewhat confusing.

Wirralbargains77

Did the job for us... Heads down for the night, up for breakfast before catching the 11am eurostar... Didn't fancy wirral to Liverpool to London to Paris all in 1 day with a young family... The location of this hotel is great for St Pancras station

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Travelodge chessington Tolworth 08/07/19-13/07/19 (2 adults) - £276
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Looking for as near to Wimbledon ( part of Wimbledon fortnight) for as cheap as possible... OK its not right on the doorstep but close enough for the people I was looking on behalf… Read more
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Wirralbargains77

Thanks I shall take a look

shel38

Have you tried hotels in Morden, sutton and Croydon? They have transport links to Wimbledon and may be cheap.

grandoldchap

Have u considered airbnb?

ncd

You are better off staying at the Premier Inn, its right next to the train station (trains are every half hour) and is virtually brand new and much nicer.

Wirralbargains77

Sorry guys, wrong link, please ignore

2 Nights Stay for Family of 4 on 24th - 26th December £48 (£6pppn) / 31st Dec - 2nd Jan £55 (£6.87pppn) at Travelodge Borehamwood
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Bit if a heads up if you are looking to stay somewhere over Christmas / New Year dates eg visiting family / friends - Travelodge seem to have some decent prices at some hotels. T… Read more
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shelliebish

We always used to have a cheeky night in a travelodge on Christmas Eve (before we had kids)... worked out cheaper than getting a taxi home!

Kristina_Mcmanus

I think this is a brilliant deal...especially if you're visiting family that don't live close to you. I'm not a big Christmas fan, we dont really celenrate...so a couple nights away with me n my 2 boys over that period would be lovely ;)

steevieboy4u

If no one books these dates over Christmas, some extra staff who work there might get extra time off (cheeky)

skipperjonce

Christmas in a travelodge? Depressing.

shelliebish

I noticed (through editing your search criteria!) that Cardiff is also really cheap for 23rd-24th December ... hope that helps someone!

Travelodge London Greenwich 25/07/19-28/07/19 ( 2 adults, 2 children)
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Searching for a family member for as near to cetral London as possible for sub £150. Thought this was quite a good price for the location. Parking cost isn't an issue as they'll be… Read more
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Wirralbargains77

Thank you... I thought so to

mackem1966

Great price heat added !!

Wirralbargains77

Oops wrong link, well spotted thanks

g8spur

Since when did Asda do hotels......?

Travelodge London Battersea 5 nights over Xmas (family of 4) £138
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Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Staying from 23rd December departing on the 28th December. I thought this a good price considering the location for over the festive period. Works out at less than £7 per person pe… Read more
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Wirralbargains77

As long as no one is forced to work there Xmas day and they're on at least triple pay then that's OK in my book

cityslicker

Did something similar at a Holiday Inn Express once. They advertised it as a "Christmas Package" complete with lunch. Luckily cancellation policy meant we could check out on Christmas Day and we moved to a hotel which was more Christmassy and had a great time. Costs us a couple hundred quid more but it was one of our most memorable family Christmas'

cityslicker

There's a 24 hour McDonalds just down the road from this Travelodge. And I believe it's one which opens on Christmas Day!

lf1983lf

It's like A Christmas Carol in the future where you got it wrong...

Wirralbargains77

Cheers... Appreciated

5 nights over Xmas staying at dunfermline travelodge (family of 4) £113
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Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Was asked to find 5 night stay from 23rd December for a family of 4 near to Edinburgh for under £140. Dunfermline is approx 18 miles from Edinburgh which the person I was searching… Read more
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cheekyweegit

If your driving, Dundee is less than an hour away and there is a few things to do and see round here now. Eg Swimming, Ice Skating, Pictures, V & A, a few shops, plenty eateries and even a few beaches not so far away including St Andrews if you fancy a New Year dip.

StewieEatWorld

This is round the corner from Halbeath Park & Ride as well which provides a decent bus service to Edinburgh or up Dundee way.

Wirralbargains77

Happy days, hopefully those visiting family over Xmas but with no spare beds will see this post then... Cheap as chips :)

M_z

A quick search and its not just Dunfermline that's dirt cheap over these 4 days for a family room. Hot.

Sunday night stays in and around Central London from just £19pn during the London Winter Wonderland period and beyond until Jul 2019 @ Travelodge
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London Sunday night saver rate stays from £19pn during London Winter Wonderland and beyond going right up until July next year. Plenty of stays for under £40 per night in and aroun… Read more
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mann242

Wont book again. Recently got email from Travelodge advising there survey company had a data breach and information on customers (including mine) was stolen. When I asked what action they would take - they basically told me not there problem. Take a risk on a cheap room with them - I think Ill pass.

Ono2

Look like a good deal

johnszi23

What I’m saying is that they do overbook. You not going to realise or cause you any issue but they still do it, as they expect people not to turn up...

Nujol

My experience of staying in about 25 different travelodges is that the staff are usually very helpful, that things are generally clean if a bit worn in places, and that you “get what you pay for” - if the room is a third of the price of the Hilton down the road, well it’s not going to be perfect, but it will be alright. It’s always best to ask for a quieter room, and of course they overbook, it’s standard practice in the travel business, and if one is planning to not arrive until say 10pm, then be sure to speak directly to the hotel to have a room saved or you might be the poor sod who’s the victim. Although I’ve never experienced overbooking, when I read negative comments about it the travelodge has usually been helpful in arranging an alternative nearby, perhaps paying transport costs, and so on. So whilst not ideal they have done their best to rectify. As for cost cutting, well that’s the way of the world. Whether it’s cheaper loo roll, cutting times for cleaning, overbooking a little more... standard practice. A lot of travelodge bookings are workers and professionals, moving around the country, sometimes teams of people. Often the number of rooms booked won’t quite match up to reality, so who wouldn’t slightly overbook? If I’m running a hotel and I have 29 rooms free and someone offers me a fat contract to book 30, well I will take the deal and then hope for one no-show or suffer dealing with one unhappy customer for 30 happy ones

Ritss

Possible to have a rough idea of prices....

Travelodge London Acton ( fa Cup final date) 18/05/19
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Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
2 sharing then works out at £21 pppn. If your team wins or looses the fa Cup final somewhere cheap and cheefull to put your head after a few beers
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databar

So you've got somebody else's credit card your name not on it. Lol

Wirralbargains77

What about if its a pre paid credit card

databar

And when they wreck the room because their team lost/won (drunk), your credit card picks up the cost.

KRONENBOURG316

Worth booking even if your team doesn’t get to the final can always sell it on to someone for a small profits

Wirralbargains77

Thanks, English grammer was never my strong point

Travelodge London Wembley 17th November 2018 ( England v Croatia) £47
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Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Not a bad price for a Saturday, watch the footy, have a few beers and some where to put your head down for the night. Near Wembley stadium and near transport links
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Gambler

Thanks for the heads up. Could be useful for Spurs 'home'' matches.

Wirralbargains77

£24 for Sunday 18th November

Wirralbargains77

Ooops. Your correct, my mistake 😔

grillnun

Have some beers, somewhere to put your head down and watch match the next day don't you mean England play Croatia on Sunday 18th i had to check coz im going and I've booked hotel for Sunday night!

MadeDixonsCry

Grudge match

Travelodge Gainsborough 2 adults, 1 night ( 31/12/2018)
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Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Looking what cheap hotels I could find for new years eve night and this travelodge came up. I know nothing about Gainsborough but for £33 I thought it worth sharing
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Wirralbargains77

Could be of help to someone who is visiting family though over the new years period

Luke_Coates

Going to Gainsborough is like going to a 3rd world country but you don't feel sorry for the people that live there. Cus it is actually their choice

Richardwilson84

It isn’t really the sort of place you’d go to for NYE. It’s a village on the outskirts of Scunthorpe and Scunthorpe isn’t your NYE friend.

Newbold

Just a little quote from Twitter: "Gainsborough. The arsehole of the entire world. I pity the rest of the world because of Gainsborough."

hoylake41

I thought it was something to do with paintings

Travelodge Chester Central Bridge Street 2 adults, 1 night ( 31/12/2018)
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Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Saw this price for 1 night stay in Chester Central on New year's eve night and thought what a bargain
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Ben.GT

It doesn’t. If you like a bit of history and shopping some outlets Chester is great. For nights out, drinking venues and something that isn’t a chain restaurant or shop then Chester is poop. Sorry

liquidtmd

Ahh Chester. Book it, go spend the night in Rosies nightclub. Check in to the hotel, cry the remainder of the night about what your life has become and how it's come to this

Crapweasel

Their "Super Rooms" at £10 extra actually look pretty nice.. Would consider if I lived nearer. Great find, OP! (y)

Denny01255

They count down from 20 instead of 10.

Wirralbargains77

No idea, all I do know is its a nice roman town. And can recommend a walk around the roman wall

15% off Selected Travelodge bookings w/code -book by 5/9  for stays between 7th September 2018 - 31st October 2018.
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15% off selected stays. Explore the length and breadth of the UK now with 15% off selected stays between the 7th September 2018 and 31st October 2018. Offer ends midnight 5th Se… Read more
mattclarkie

Travelodge are smart and it doesn't work like that. While there is a code used to book on the website, during check-in you need to present a "Thanks Card" which Travelodge staff are all given to prove you are allowed the discounted rate. You'd presume if one isn't presented you either have to pay the full amount or get told to sod off. Staff can get friends and family members special prices but they have to book and pay via a special website and not the main website. Most of the time it's more expensive than the main website as there are limited rooms and any promotions don't apply to this site. The few times I've needed to stay in a hotel without my girlfriend I've stayed with other hotel chains because they were cheaper than Travelodge. But if I'm with the girlfriend we get some real bargains, for example we've got a 3 night stay coming up for under £45 (highfive)

Stokey90

Damn If I saw this earlier I'd ask for a special code (lol)

jamespallett

I couldn’t use the code online, but managed to use it over the blower and booked a room for this coming Saturday. They charge an agent fee of like £2.50, but still cheaper than full price.

chineseJohn

If you have a Santander Credit Card, you can get 10% cashback on top of these offer. Login to the Santander portal and get the offer.

asht88

Hmm weird it says this just bellow it

Travelodge Autumn Sale - rooms from £29, London £39
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Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Travelodge sale for stays between 23rd August to 27th December 2018
kazaa75

Thanks we are looking mid November tommorow is the day virgin release the cheap tickets for the day we are travelling

Ange.Travels

The deals for nov/dec Covent garden are not out yet. Hold your nerve. The usually appear sept along side of virgin seat sale. I want 4 days beginning of dec.

kazaa75

I can’t find any planning on going to London mid November and so far prices haven’t changed on any of the hotels I have been looking at over the last few days, however 10% finishes today so maybe later on today or tommorow prices maybe change

leeayr75

Lots of good deals to be had if going away this Autumn / Winter (cheeky)

Edinburgh travelodge haymarket 2 nights new-year pppn
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The £35 is price per person per night based on 2 adults and 2 children. I think this is a good price considering the date and location. I'm sure the comments will let me know one w… Read more
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nikkiandmidgets

There are a load of flats that get rented out in Leith. Last time I went to Edinburgh with my sister and kids we stayed in a 3 bed flat with view over water. Great flat and within walking distance of an Asda, Premier Inn, Holiday Inn, bus stops, taxi ranks, take always etc plus the Shopping Centre at Leith which has Free Parking!! Which is where my sis left the car when we went into the centre on the bus. Think you can get Train there too, both a lot less hassle than getting used to one way streets and speed cameras. Anyway we were about £170 for two nights, obv. price fluctuates depending on dates but great if there are a few people and if you really wanted you could get a takeaway or cook to keep costs down. That price was for during the Aberdeenshire/Angus summer holidays in Scotland and was only booked about a week beforehand

Blurigard

Whatever, you petty little man. I'm trying to help folk with some info and you're you being a jerk, so we can call this conversation over now as you have nothing positive to add to the discussion.

holnortley

He didn't say everyone make note you'll have to pay it, it was meant in the way of if you'd do this and take a car just remember to look into the parking costs. Stop being so argumentative and appreciate that someone was trying to help with an additional consideration.

sfsorrow

You did say it outright. Also: "The reason I mentioned it" "I'd taken a similar deal" "would have been cheaper if I'd booked another hotel that included parking" It's all about your personal decision to take a car with you. It's not a cost that everybody should "remember to factor in".

Blurigard

I was implying no such thing. You may have taken it that way, but that's your problem. If I'd said that you had to pay then I'd have said it outright. The phrase "remember to factor in" seems pretty self-explanatory. It would make no sense to pay extra if you're not bringing car with you. The reason why I mentioned it in the first place was that I'd taken a similar deal a year or two ago and ended up paying over the odds for parking. I would have been cheaper if I'd booked another hotel that included parking, or at least pre-booked the parking to make it a bit cheaper