Book a Park Holidays caravan break & get £30 free food & drink voucher in flash sale

HOLIDAY park breaks are in high demand right now, as Brits plan their 2022 spring/summer staycations.

There are still plenty of deals to be had though.

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Book your next holiday with Park Holidays now, and you'll receive free food and drink vouchers worth up to £30 – but you have to be quick, as the offer expires February 1.

The best deals with Park Holidays are across UK parks, including in Essex, Devon, Cornwall, Sussex, Norfolk and Yorkshire.

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Here are some of the best deals we've found:

Essex, Kent & Suffolk in March, four-night breaks from £99 per stay – book here

Sussex, Devon & Cornwall in April, four-night breaks from £104 per stay – book here

Essex, Kent, Yorkshire & Devon in May, four-night breaks from £119 per stay – book here

Holidaymakers can secure their next holiday with Park Holidays' low deposit scheme for £20 – then pay the rest up to 30 days before arrival.

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The offer is available on all stays from March 4 to October 17 that cover Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights – with the exception of school holidays and bank holidays.

All bookings include free cancellation cover and a coronavirus peace of mind guarantee.

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