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​You Can Now Get Paid To Test Out All-Inclusive Holidays

​You Can Now Get Paid To Test Out All-Inclusive Holidays

An all-inclusive holiday is a wondrous thing. You cough up the cash, and then you're at liberty to gorge on all the food and drink you want.

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It's an exchange that makes it feel like you're getting everything for free, when actually these trips can end up being sodding expensive. But the buzz is great, as proven by your dad constantly yelling: "Pile up on the seafood! Get more of the expensive stuff! LET'S SCREW THE SYSTEMMMMM!"

But what if you could go on an all-inclusive trip that wasn't just free, but you were also getting paid for your time there?

That's exactly the experience Club Med is offering, as it's after one lucky UK family to go on three all-inclusive holidays for free. All you have to do is try out and review the resorts and activities, and in return you'll even get £500 for your troubles.

You'll even get paid for your troubles. Credit: Club Med
You'll even get paid for your troubles. Credit: Club Med

"We're offering UK families a unique job: the opportunity to go on three all-inclusive family holidays, whether sun holidays, snow breaks, or mountain and lake getaways," the Club Med website explains.

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"And not only will everything be free of charge, the successful candidate will be paid for simply relaxing, doing activities, then reviewing their experiences and the resorts."

Credit: Club Med
Credit: Club Med

To apply, all you have to do is share your 'favourite family holiday photo' on social media by using the hashtag #ultimatefamilyjob, and tagging @ClubMed on Instagram or @ClubMedUK on Facebook or Twitter.

The successful applicant family will then be picked at random at the end of the application period, with the competition closing on 30 September 2019.

The opportunity covers sun holidays, snow breaks, or mountain getaways. Credit: Club Med
The opportunity covers sun holidays, snow breaks, or mountain getaways. Credit: Club Med

The opportunity includes: superior room accommodation; return economy flights; return group transfers; all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack), drinks, and land and water sports included as part of the standard package; and evening entertainment.

It doesn't include: travel between the winner's home and the airport; alternative premium room types; meals or snacks outside the resort; a la carte dishes; premium drinks including premium spirits and Champagne; certain land and water sports, which can be charged at extra costs, depending on services provided by the resort; spa and excursion services; visas; and travel insurance.

You'll get to go on a total of three seven-night all-inclusive holidays for a family of four, which all must be taken by 31 December 2020.

Featured Image Credit: Club Med

Topics: uk news, News, holidays, travel

Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]

 

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