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Travelodge logoTravelodge: £29 Autumn/Winter rooms*Excl London & NI

Till 28 Feb 2015

From now till 28 Feb 2015 there are thousands of Travelodge* rooms available for £29 or less. 

The sales exclude London and Northern Ireland hotels and are for the room only - breakfast and other extras aren’t included. There’s no deadline on booking, but rooms are limited so get in there quick to get the best price.

How good is this deal? 

From what we've seen, you can find rooms even in some city centres for £29 or less, but it depends on where and when you want to go. Some great prices we found include Hull for £23, Edinburgh for £24 and Sheffield for £25.

If you find a hotel room that costs more, check if there’s a cheaper room at a Travelodge further away from the city/town centre. The rooms are spread across selected hotels and dates, so you may need to be flexible to get the best deal. 

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