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Park Holidays UK sends its summer sale sizzling on!
Thanks to a buying bonanza, Park Holidays UK has announced a continuation of its Sizzling Summer Sale - and added even more models from which to choose.
The sale's extension to the end of September, says the group, has been prompted by "unprecedented demand" for holiday lodges and holiday caravans.
Now other families hoping to buy their own holiday hideaway by the sea will have extra time to take advantage of the incentives on offer.
Park Holidays UK says buyers will save thousands of pounds by its waiving of all pitch fees for the remainder of 2020, and throughout all of 2021.
The incentive is being applied to all brand new 2020 holiday homes, and to pre-owned models across the group's 31 coastal parks.
Holiday homes entered into the sale range from starter caravan holiday homes, moving up to high-specification luxury lodges on exclusive park developments.
Demand for holiday home ownership has been escalating since parks re-opened after lockdown was eased at the start of July, says Park Holidays UK.
It has come especially from families who now want to commit to long-term to holidays in the UK, and who see their own hideaway as the best answer.
With most of Park Holiday UK's parks open for 50 weeks of the year, luxury get-aways in high quality surroundings can be enjoyed throughout the four seasons.
In addition, says the company, parks are perhaps the safest of all holiday destinations with completely self-contained accommodation set at least five metres apart.
And on the park itself, social distancing and other measures ensure that families can have complete confidence that all is being done to provide maximum protection.
On top of its discounts and free pitch fee offers, Park Holidays UK is also offering low interest finance of 7.9% APR for buyers preferring not to use their own funds.
However, says the group, the curtains must come down on its current sale on 30 September, and families are advised to pay an early visit to their chosen park to avoid disappointment.