100,000 Ramada hotel rooms at just £20 per room per night*
Thursday 11 October 2012
This offer is now closed - look out for this year's Ramada offer, starting Friday 8 November 2013 in The Independent and the i.
We’ve teamed up with Ramada to offer you this exclusive saving. Choose from over 35 hotels across the UK at just £20 per room per night*.
You can stay anytime between 8 November 2012 and 7 November 2013 – but you must book by 21 October 2012.
You’ll need to print out a token to present upon arrival. Look out for more tokens printed each day in the Independent and i, or download multiple copies here. We need you to enter your details below before you can access the voucher, but the Independent won't use your data for any reason unless you give us your explicit permission.
The link to the voucher will appear on the entry form once you've filled it out.
Once you've printed out your vouchers, book your stay on Ramada's booking site.
Stay up to two nights (with two tokens) or book multiple breaks with more tokens. To see a map with all the Ramada hotels across Britain, click here.
* Terms and conditions
Promotional rate is per room per night, up to a maximum of two nights per booking, at selected Ramada hotels in the United Kingdom. This promotional rate is strictly subject to availability and bookings are made on a first-come first-served basis. Availability of dates may differ, and exclusions apply. Stays must take place between Thursday 08 November 2012 and Thursday 07 November 2013 inclusive. Maximum occupancy per room booked using this offer is two adults. One token required per room per night booked; sufficient tokens must be presented on arrival at the hotel. Bookings must be made between Friday 12 October 2012 and Sunday 21 October 2012 inclusive at www.ramada.co.uk/£20 or call 0808 1000 783. No more than three bookings per person can be made using this offer. See www.ramada.co.uk/£20 for full terms and conditions. Promoter: Wyndham Hotel Group Europe Ltd.
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