Travelodge Promotion Is Live Now: Book Hotels In The U.K. From £29 A Night

If you are planning a trip to the U.K. or looking for a weekend getaway that won’t break the bank, check out the promotion Travelodge just started today:

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According to their terms, this promotion will run until September 31st or until they sell 60,000 rooms, which ever comes first.  Travelodge has over 530 hotels across the UK, so be sure to check out their prices to see if your destination is on discount.

Specific cities which are advertised to be included in the deal are Bristol, Great Yarmouth, Birmingham, Manchester, New Castle, Liverpool, and West/East London.  Rooms in Central London are also on discount, but start at £59 per night.

If you’re thinking of booking, I would jump on this deal sooner rather than later.  It is unlikely that Travelodge will have any rooms left by September 31st.

To book your own rooms, follow this link.

Check out the prices for hotels in Wembley, which is about 20 minutes west of London by train.  If you’re worried about public transport, check out my post on the Oyster Card for a stress-free solution to traveling in London on a budget.

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Personally, I’ve never stayed at Travelodge branded hotels, but I know that they are typically in good locations.  Even if they are located outside the city, they are within easy access to public transport.

Get on this deal before the rooms sell out!

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Travelodge Promotion Is Live Now: Book Hotels In The U.K. From £29 A Night

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