Generous holiday discount codes – Fun in the sun!

sunset beachCan we rely on the British weather gods to deliver a lovely summer this year, all wrapped up in sunshine with blue-sky ribbons? Hm. Maybe not.

Millions of us are staying home with glamping, camping or home-grown holidays in mind. But millions of others are heading for hot places where rain is a stranger and shivery chilliness completely unknown. Either way, we have a whole load of holiday discount codes to help you slice great big chunks off the cost of getting away.

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Hotelopia, for example, have some real price-slashers on offer. As well as the best possible prices on London hotels, ideal for cool city breaks, they’re pulling out all the stops with holidays in Spain from £35 a night, Turkey holidays from £23 a night and a remarkable £12.54 per night for getaways in gorgeous Portugal.

You can crash in a clean, friendly Travelodge for just £15 a night and booking early, well in advance, also makes it as cheap as chips. There are Travelodges everywhere, perfect for romantic or other off-the-cuff impulse breaks close to home as well as exploring Britain’s wonders in comfort farther field.

The lovely people at First Choice have a load of excellent last minute deals available from only £160 per person plus long haul exotic holidays from £414. Or they’ll take you to Sharm El Sheikh from £519 each for some serious sunshine, sea, sand and anything else you fancy that starts with an s!

Alpharooms have a splendid deal on 14 nights on Tenerife, which is lovely at this time of year, costing as little as  £265 each. And eDreams are roasting hot on flight prices right now with one-way flights from £20 and flights to beautiful, vibrant Budapest from just £50. Blimey.

Last but far from least, the chaps at Holiday Autos are giving our readers as much as 15% discount on car hire in the USA and Canada, an excellent deal for fly-drives and road trip adventures. Look out Big Leggy, the Brits are coming. And hang onto your hats, you Mounties!