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Holiday home costs tumble as parks vie to make best deals

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Bosses at Park Holidays UK have instructed all of their 30 holiday parks to apply "the deepest discounts possible" to holiday homes on their showgrounds.

The call comes as the group prepares for delivery of its 2020 models, and has triggered friendly competition among parks for which can make the most tempting offers.

The challenge has already seen thousands of pounds tumble from the cost of some models, and the axe taken to pitch fees for up to five years.

On offer are both brand new 2019 holiday homes from leading UK manufacturers, and ex-display models which have never been slept in.

With the order for the event coming from the top, Park Holidays UK has named it the Director's Deal sale – but has warned that on 30 September, the director will call "Cut!".

Until then, however, families are able to take ownership of a holiday home bargain which will carry on providing savings for years to come.

Directors Deals

Holiday homes in the Director's Deal sale range from starter caravan holiday homes, and move up to high-specification luxury lodges on exclusive park developments.

In addition, buyers will be given total freedom from pitch fees for the remainder of this year and 2020 – and then see their 2021 pitch fees frozen for four years until the end of 2024.

With prices falling faster than the leaves, this autumn will be the ideal time for families to start enjoying the privileges of holiday homes ownership, says Park Holidays UK.

And for people choosing to make their holiday homes available to other families through Park Holidays UK's Guaranteed Letting Scheme, there are even more savings to be had.

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That's because the company will calculate how much could be earned from letting, based on the number of weeks put aside, and pay this up-front as a deposit on the purchase.

The deposit contributions can range from around a few thousand pounds to as much as £14,000.

With most of the group's parks now staying open for up to 50 weeks of the year, growing numbers of people now see sub-letting as a major bonus of ownership.

Park Holidays UK says that the Director's Cut sale deals can also be taken alongside its special finance options for those not wishing to use their own funds.

However, says the company, with the sale deadline just weeks away, families are advised to pay an early visit to their chosen park to avoid disappointment.

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