Get 20% off UK seaside breaks in Pontins Christmas sale – stay from £5pp a night | The Sun

LOOKING for a budget-friendly beach holiday for 2023?

Well you’re in luck – Pontins are currently offering 20% off all of its holidays for next year – and prices start from less than £5pp a night.

There are lots of dates to choose from – including Easter and school holidays – and you can book 3, 4 or 7-night stays.

The offer is only available at three of its UK parks – in Camber Sands, Prestatyn and Southport.

But all three have access to great beaches as well on-site entertainment, ranging from go karting to live performances.

The cheapest 3-night stay we spotted was for £63.20 after the discount.

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It’s for a one-bedroom apartment sleeping four people, which works out to £5.27pp a night.

The stay is on a self-catering basis but you can also upgrade to half or full board.

For the same apartment, 4-night stays start from £71.20 after the discount – or £4.45pp a night.

And it’s even cheaper if you stay longer as 7 nights start from £119.20 – or £4.26pp a night based on four people sharing.

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You can find all of the available dates and book here. You'll have to hurry though as the sale ends on December 31.

Bed linen isn’t provided in the most basic rooms but it is for more premium apartments so do make sure you check what’s included.

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