way too much. Greece is cheap.
All Holidays and Trips Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2020
Isn't Manchester in some sort of lockdown?
Hot! Shame is for January, wanted Edinburgh in April, but is £170 for 2 nights the cheapest.
£180 in Central London next to Boris any good for 2 nights?
I can only get it to work for Birmingham when I stay three nights?!
Great if you fancy being locked down in a hotel room in Manchester for 2 days.
The date availability is September onwards so would expect it to be less busy then given August peak holiday season. The hotel gets decent reviews and is an option if people looking for a break away. thanks https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g2081589-d1107787-Reviews-The_Kingscliff_Hotel-Holland_on_Sea_Clacton_on_Sea_Essex_England.html
Personally I have friends in clacton. It is absolutely rammed atm with people. There ain’t much social distancing going on and other then the beach the rest is a dive.
Spend money taking the wife away or keep her in the kitchen 2 miles down the road.... So anyone want to share lol!
Holland on sea ? Its in essex
These have been out of stock all morning! Really annoying. They do these deals with no stock levels to support demand
it is 20% off when you spend £15 on indulgent bathing so it works out at £12 for 4 of these or £16 for 6 if you really want that many.
I agree I hardly shop at boots mainly at Christmas time but for the last month they have had some great deals which cannot be resisted thou
Great price lots of other great deals in the £5 deal including some No 7 which are in the 3 for 2 also. I've got to resist as Boots have had so many great deals this week.
I’ll drink to that.
This deal sucks.... (y)
Imagine a breastfeed lasting an entire week.
Think that person only dreamt it... then woke up to reality....
Today?! Which store? Post that as a deal.
Lol, no thanks bought Lazy spar miami today b&m happy days £280
Sit cross legged? To be fair, I've only been in our 4-person Lay-z Spa a couple of times and only with 1 other at a time.
Haha wheres their legs. Gotta love these pics on the tubs
If you have a look on Hoseasons they do the same holidays but not the £10/£15 offers as alot of the holidays are Parkdean resorts (they are same prices on the Parkdean website). Scotland seems to be one of the cheapest places. I ended up booking next week for 4 nights in Sundrum Castle (a Parkdean site) in Scotland for £269 - in what looks like a nice caravan. I know it's not cheap and they have a cheek because there will be no entertainment but for a caravan in the UK, in the school holidays it is relatively cheap. We just wanted a change of scenery and a caravan is a perfect place because it's easy to social distance from other holiday makers. On the website they say you can get a refund if the holiday can't go ahead if there is another lockdown and you have to arrive an hour later than usual so the caravan has time to air as well as for more deep cleaning. We will take our own pillows and have a clean around ourselves when we get there. We wouldn't be going away if we could have days out instead but we will go insane if we don't do something during the school holidays.
Codes aren't working for me can anyone think why? (annoyed)
Who pays 350 for two nights anywhere on a caravan site. Would be a lot cheaper if you bought a tent, but not for September... for December (horror)
I reckon 70 percent of holidays I have taken in the UK have been dogged by bad weather, there are some lovely places around the country and if you get good weather and do not mind paying through the nose when out for food and drink you can have a good time. On the other hand, if you have dreary windy rainy weather then it does tend to spoil it a little would you not agree, it is not so bad walking about in the rain and drizzle if it has not cost you a lot, on the other hand if you have spent several hundred pounds it could be a little annoying. Going abroad does in the main mean cheaper food and drink and usually sunny weather, it is however a bit risky in these volatile times, hence people are opting to stay at home and greedy people are trying to cash in on this situation by over inflating prices.
Missed it, this has sold out now.
based on 2 people
So this is £107 total for two people and not £214 right? So I only need to purchase one of the vouchers?
SirMaximusTheThird: Not at all - we’re in Milton Keynes which is about 2hrs 30min drive from Jodrell Bank Yeah I was a bit disappointed with the line up too.. Was hoping for Public Service Broadcasting, as they’ve played twice & I managed to miss them both times! Yes we were hoping for Public Service Broadcasting too. They seemed quite late announcing this year's lineup but at least we now know for 2021. We booked for last year as soon as they announced Kraftwerk in November the previous year. Kraftwerk at Jodrell Bank on the actual 50th moon landing anniversary? Didn't care how much it cost!
Not at all - we’re in Milton Keynes which is about 2hrs 30min drive from Jodrell Bank Yeah I was a bit disappointed with the line up too.. Was hoping for Public Service Broadcasting, as they’ve played twice & I managed to miss them both times!
Nope but will next year if the lineup gets better. Are you relatively local?
Nah, booking for every other year, so will probably go next year. You book for this year?
Did you book for this year?
i can only get it to show up as £20each way per person. making it £80 just for the flights. am i missing something?
Oh yeah it's a picnic unless you die....
The only thing bloody about corona is all the people who've died or become seriously ill from it.
Why on earth would you ignore them?
It's an amazing City. I have family there and have visited many times. Stunning place.
Cyprus is v cheap £50 rtn until you look into it and you Nedd to provide a negative test prior to entry. What I do notice since my cancelled holiday on 17th March is that majority hotels on booking. Com for example are free cancellation. Otherwise they would get no business. If I lose my £225 for a family of 5 to Spain then so be it. Insurance is still valid if you were to contract the disease whilst on holiday but would not cover your flights if you were a no show. (they did at the start of shutdown due to fco advice). In other words there are bargains galore as flight schedules start this week. However as we now approach the last 3 weeks of the Scottish school holidays flights to bergamo have been £22 rtn. Reus £45 rtn (booked x 5). And if you have a look at tui lates website you can fly Scotland to tenerife as an example £230 rerurn pp flights, bags, transfers, hotel.
who cares what "may" happen, i was stating a fact that these airlines are not only putting these flights on to countries which require quarantine etc. Based on my own experience
Perhaps not true during your time frame. However, Spain and Italy may now be removed from the list of "safe" countries for UK visitors, and for the visiting foreigners. Reported in various news outlets, 22 July 2020. Therefore, bargains may become more available, but the opportunity to partake of them will be reduced.
Voted hot! Yes, Hungary is very strict, and so the other countries in the region. Not to blame, the statistics show the results of such measurements. I always said to wear masks, as sooner or later, no country will let us in with the 'measurements' we had in here, which people ignored anyway. Voted hot regardless, there is a chance in a few weeks Hungary to relax measurements, but I have a feeling The UK will still be on the black list.
not true i just flew to rome for 40 quid return and there is no quarantine etc, so there definetly is bargains out there
Great stuff :) :)
Thanks got it working now. :)
The codes listed above are for booking without using the app or buying the paper. For the app, there are a different set of codes printed in the newspaper which you enter to get the £5 reward ( collect 28 codes to receive £5 - codes are usually a combination of 8 letters and numbers ). But entering those codes in the app from the newspaper also count towards the sun holidays once you have selected to start collecting. I've been on lots of these breaks - it costs £40.50 to book online, be that 1 person or 4, but that is a basic caravan without central heating, double glazing or bedding. 99% of the time, the camp will ring you a couple of weeks prior to your break to see if you would like to upgrade. That cost can vary between £28-£100+, but, like all holidays, it's all about what you are prepared to spend.
Where do you enter the codes? I've downloaded the app but can't see anywhere to enter them?
R34L just updated.
Plenty of comments on Travelodges Twitter and Facebook from customers who took advantage of this offer, and are asking if their booked hotel will actually be open in time for their booked dates as over 200 Travelodges are still closed as of today. Its baffling how Travelodge are still selling rooms at hotels in the coming weeks, which remain closed due to their phased reopening schedule, which they know they can't honor. There's even responses from Travelodge staff advising customers that they will be contacted nearer their stay dates to advise them if their hotel will be open in time. Surely Travelodge staff understand that notifying customers last minute that they can't honor a reservation puts customers in a situation where they have to pay higher prices for rooms last minute. Travelodge surely must have a schedule of dates when the remaining hotels will open, so they could have easily blocked customers from making bookings at hotels that were opening over the course of the next few weeks.
@craigdcfc expires 23:59 today (24/07)
Looks like Travelodge’s hedge fund owners are now desperate for cash. The media are saying many of the owners of the hotel buildings that Travelodge are using are kicking Travelodge hotels out (for not paying full rent) and starting their own chain called Goodnight - launching on Friday. Goodnight is associated with Village Hotels. This makes me wonder how reliable bookings will be with Travelodge. telegraph.co.uk/business/2020/07/24/landlords-say-goodnight-travelodge-covid-row/
Don't forget topcashback folks!
I hope yours works....I had a stay booked at start of lockdown....no voucher was forthcoming & took a month to sort out & get voucher...then went to use voucher only to find it didn't work & only just finally got it sorted out yesterday when I received an email saying that there was an issue with some of the issued vouchers (shock) Still it's benefited me in the long run as have used this offer instead & saved quite a bit & still have voucher to use at a later date (y)
Thought the greeks don't want people from the UK there.
Stood in the same place as that photo on the post the tour guide when we went said a year earlier an American woman stood on the edge of that cliff and fell to her death as part of the cliff collapsed, apparently she was warned to stay away from the edge
At least he/she made a better choice tan a (poo) Luton
Hoo! Where to start? What do you like? Food is amazing, it's a crossroad of Greek, Turkish, and Jewish cuisine! There's museums galore of real history too.
No...I tried to go but COVID said No. I'm hoping I can go in October though fingers crossed. Do you have any recommendations for me while I'm there? :D
Queensize room with KL tower view - 6 nights in October = £103... Brilliant! Thanks OP, Booked.
Isn't any travel deal a bit hit and miss. Are most travel companies and insurers covering for covid if the situation changes? Seems a bit risky to book anything right now.
wow post travel restrictions perhaps I can work as a digital nomad there
One other thing to note about Malaysia is that many of the shops have women serving and we didn't experience any hard sell... this is in stark contrast to somewhere like Egypt
Recommend a trip to Malaysia to anyone. Amazing place! Heat.
Oh I see. If visiting very vulnerable people may be an idea to be on the safe side but scientists believe it is far more likely to get in through you nose or mouth. Probably the best thing you can do by far though is just avoid enclosed spaces where not everyone is wearing a mask.
Which is crazy because the number of people who have died from COVID-19 and didn't have a serious pre-existing medical condition is about 1,300 in the UK (figure accurate as of the beginning of July). But then, this whole crisis has been a case study in irrational reactions and fearmongering from Government and media.
I was going to visit my son, and I'm no scientist but I'm pretty sure that's how viruses are transmitted by coming into contact with moist body tissue, either in the throat, nose, lining of the lungs, so why not eyes? They're big wet balls in your face that your eyelids are wiping over. How do you know someone hasn't sneezed or coughed 5 people ahead of you? I was being extra careful visiting family.
I highly doubt you are going to get infected by it getting into your eyes. I'm all for minimising risk but a step too far?
true. I wore a handmade mask (straps long enough to hold it on without bending your ears off) and some Bollé Viper clear safety glasses.. Which really deserve their own post as they're only £7 a pair and are brilliant. I believe they're the same type my dentist wears, they really wrap neatly around the face/eyes.
We have just got back from having a weekend away here. Was really good. Kids loved it
Not going anywhere until there is a cure for Covid-19!
My thoughts exactly, I think it was his responsibility to check availability before messing people around. I would have just give him credit voucher.
Thanks, was looking for something exactly like this. It's very much camping but with a wooden roof. Happy with that.
We have been here and had a great time, going back at end of August
It's not clear at all which day you go to the park... do you go on the day you check in or the day you check out? There's no option to book your part tickets up until the checkout stage.
Do they have an option for 2 days legoland tickets?
Honestly don’t put your self through it, im here now it’s really busy, ride queues 75min average we waited for one ride for an hour and they had to close it before we could get on been here 5 hours and kids been on 2 rides
We went last Saturday and it was fine. Most we waited was 45 minutes for a ride but other only about 15 minutes. They do have a one way system and marks on the floor for distancing but a lot of people didn't care. No traffic getting in or out the place.
Anything to do or anywhere to visit would you recommend during the stay if this hotel please? Thanks
Just got back from here and had a lovely time, the breakfast was delicious. Our room in the annexe was smaller than on the website but was still nicer than your standard premier inn. If anyone has any questions for someone who has recently used this deal feel free to ask :)
Betchworth Castle ruins are well worth a trip, amazing view. Dorking is a lovely town to look round, 2 hours free parking in Waitrose too ;)
Any nice places to visit within the vacinity?
Gdańsk is the best all year around.
Gdansk Gdansk everybody take a chance..... (lol) (lol) (lol)
Just say Danzig instead. :)
Thought that said "Verdansk" for a minute, I already spend enough time there!
There's a decathlon bag that fits those numbers perfectly. It is plenty to do a 5-7 day trip, but taking a laptop gets a bit tricky. It's also extremely convenient to get on and off the plane quickly. Yes it is incredibly stingy, but if it is a lot cheaper than other airlines it makes sense.