Butlin’s currently has February half term holidays from £23 per person

Butlin's has made good on its promise to offer cheap holidays for families amidst the cost of living crisis, with holidays from just £23 per person currently available with the holiday giant.

The company has released its deals for 2023 at its Minehead, Bognor Regis and Skegness Resorts, with bargains including the school holidays.

One of the most tempting deals has to be its offers on three-night breaks during February half term, with prices from £92 for a family of four – working out at £23 per person.

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That includes a stay in a two-bedroom Silver Room in Minehead, and includes all live shows, activities, and access to the pool and fairground rides.

For parents after deals over Easter, there are three-night breaks in Skegness from £197 for a family of four, working out at £49.25pp, again including the shows, activities and rides.

Speaking of fairground rides, the Skegness resort is about to get a huge new £2.5million playground, due to open over Easter.

The new attraction, SKYPARK, will be divided into six different zones, each with slides, climbing towers and even the longest seesaw in the UK.

For parents who aren't tied to the school holiday dates but fancy a family getaway, there are Showtime Breaks in January currently going from £12.25 per person for four nights – that's approximately £3 each!

Meanwhile the brand's popular Showtime Tots breaks, for families with under fives, are back with prices from £16pp based on a stay in March.

You can find out more and book the deals on butlins.com.

There could be more cheap UK breaks going amidst the news that staycations may be about to get cheaper for Brits in 2023.

Now that flights abroad are back on and the majority of coronavirus travel measures have been dropped, demand and therefore prices have fallen, reports the Mirror.

AirDNA, which analyses the price of holiday homes across the UK and Europe, found that the price of a holiday let in the UK was £13 a night cheaper in September 2022 than 2021.


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