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£100 Off Summer Holidays Over £1000 at TUI
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Posted 18th Aug 2020

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Save £100 per booking including children aged 2 and over on TUI package holidays departing between 7th August – 31st October 2020.
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£100 off your jolly’s then 2 weeks loss of wages £900
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I can't afford to be quarantined for 2 weeks when I get back and who knows where the Government will say we have to quarantine from next.
Nah, think I'll stick to the UK until this Covid19 is beaten.
£100 off your jolly’s then 2 weeks loss of wages £900
This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing with this company again as they didn’t want to refund my holiday they cancelled due to lockdown it took a while to sort out via chargeback . I also was advised by them they wouldn’t refund any customers paid for seat upgrades and reservations (which we didn’t have ) I am not sure if they changed their position on this
chrb18/08/2020 07:07

This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing w …This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing with this company again as they didn’t want to refund my holiday they cancelled due to lockdown it took a while to sort out via chargeback . I also was advised by them they wouldn’t refund any customers paid for seat upgrades and reservations (which we didn’t have ) I am not sure if they changed their position on this


Great for us - all monies returned including seats in 14 days. Still wouldn't go anywhere though
Cannot see us using TUI again whatever deals they give out. Their service had deteriorated before the current crisis (a package holiday to Sicily was terrible - hotel great but flight and transfers a nightmare) and they have treated most customers terribly of late e.g. re refunds. They were much better in the days when they were Thomson Holidays but that was years ago. Most recent holidays have been DIY i.e. book everything separately ourselves - cheaper and you don't pay the hotel until the end of your holiday. Unfortunately the current crisis has put paid to holidays abroad. Only holiday we have booked is a cottage in Scotland next June - if they let us in!
chrb18/08/2020 07:07

This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing w …This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing with this company again as they didn’t want to refund my holiday they cancelled due to lockdown it took a while to sort out via chargeback . I also was advised by them they wouldn’t refund any customers paid for seat upgrades and reservations (which we didn’t have ) I am not sure if they changed their position on this


Not being refunded for seat upgrades is common ,same happened with Emirates with a friend .. no refunds for seat changes and upgrades .
Edited by: "plodging" 18th Aug
They've put all the prices up so doesn't mean much. If I want same holiday that was cancelled this year it would cost me £300 more for the two of us.
Our holiday for Majorca which we moved from May to September has now been amended to another hotel, or moved to another day to cancelled. We are going to ask for a refund but finding alot of UK places fully booked now
After the last fiasco spending hours on the phone and having to pay for holiday that we new was going to be cancelled, we booked with easyjet for next year, same hotel same flight including luggage and transfers £300 cheaper,
chrb18/08/2020 07:07

This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing w …This isn’t really a deal they do this all the time. Dubious about dealing with this company again as they didn’t want to refund my holiday they cancelled due to lockdown it took a while to sort out via chargeback . I also was advised by them they wouldn’t refund any customers paid for seat upgrades and reservations (which we didn’t have ) I am not sure if they changed their position on this


Under the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018, if a tour operator makes a significant change to your holiday (e.g. by cancelling it), then you have the right to a full refund. That is exactly what happened to me and I got all my money back from TUI including fees paid for airline seat upgrades and late checkout fees. Most people who have issues getting money back are ones who have cancelled the holiday themselves or ones whose holidays were the first to be cancelled when the tour operators were trying to con them into taking credit instead.

Although I had no issues getting my money back, TUI offered me £500 incentive to rebook my holiday next year instead of taking the refund. I was ready to take that deal until I found that the price of the same holiday at the same time in 2021 had gone up in price by £1000. So this is a cold deal from me.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 18th Aug
Shocking company they cancelled our hotel without warning prior to the Spain lockdown and when we complained they said " have your money back there is a global pandemic " to which I replied I was a key worker who has worked right through the pandemic and you took the booking in full knowledge about the pandemic . No alternative accommodation offered , no compensation just get lost basically . They didnt ever contact me about cancelling the hotel it was a friend who also had a tui break booked who mentioned he had a holiday cancelled and maybe ring them . After a three hour wait to speak with them they said they were going to email me about the cancellation soon . Wont be getting any business from me ever again
With the current climate we have not even considered a holiday.
Holiday is meant to be relaxing, not worrying about gov rules and other country rules. And masks etc etc
jessiechops18/08/2020 09:50

Shocking company they cancelled our hotel without warning prior to the …Shocking company they cancelled our hotel without warning prior to the Spain lockdown and when we complained they said " have your money back there is a global pandemic " to which I replied I was a key worker who has worked right through the pandemic and you took the booking in full knowledge about the pandemic . No alternative accommodation offered , no compensation just get lost basically . They didnt ever contact me about cancelling the hotel it was a friend who also had a tui break booked who mentioned he had a holiday cancelled and maybe ring them . After a three hour wait to speak with them they said they were going to email me about the cancellation soon . Wont be getting any business from me ever again


In fairness to them, if they refused to take bookings on the basis that they *might* end up cancelling it due to coronavirus, they'd go out of business almost immediately. They offered you exactly what a bunch of other people on here complained about not getting: no questions asked refund. Much as I dont condone some of the behaviour of the travel operators, they're damned if they do and damned if they dont right now.
GrimDanFango18/08/2020 10:51

In fairness to them, if they refused to take bookings on the basis that …In fairness to them, if they refused to take bookings on the basis that they *might* end up cancelling it due to coronavirus, they'd go out of business almost immediately. They offered you exactly what a bunch of other people on here complained about not getting: no questions asked refund. Much as I dont condone some of the behaviour of the travel operators, they're damned if they do and damned if they dont right now.


Upon speaking with my credit card they only offered what they had to , my money back . I get they are damned if they do damned if they dont but they didnt even advise me they were cancelling the hotel and we were due to go in less than one weeks time . I consider myself one of the lucky ones and I've read far far worse stories
Some of my best holidays were with TUI. Like many others they are particularly hit hard by the pandemic. Theres been lots of uncertainty and certainly the Gov u turns havent helped.

I wouldn't book a holiday this year at least with anyone. And I sympathesize with the companies and its workers in the industry.
Jellybeans18/08/2020 13:36

Some of my best holidays were with TUI. Like many others they are …Some of my best holidays were with TUI. Like many others they are particularly hit hard by the pandemic. Theres been lots of uncertainty and certainly the Gov u turns havent helped. I wouldn't book a holiday this year at least with anyone. And I sympathesize with the companies and its workers in the industry.


Tui will be bankrolled by the EU ( oops the German govt) even though loans to prop up failing companies are illegal in EU rules , as was quoted when our steel industry needed help and got nothing .. mainly because Germany makes steel . Tui virtually have a monopoly in the holiday market yet the German govt loaned them £1.5billion . Don’t cry for Tui it’s not Thomas Cook , it will survive and holidays will be hideously expensive next year .
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