The popular UK holiday island that's giving tourists money back if it rains | The Sun

TOURISTS who get rain during their Isle Of Wight summer holidays are being given money off a future visit.

One ferry company has added a "sunshine" guarantee on holidays to a popular destination in the UK.

Red Funnel, which operates between Southampton and the Isle of Wight, is dishing out vouchers if the trip is disrupted by rain.

Dubbed the "splashback" discount, several conditions need to be met before holidaymakers can claim the voucher.

Brit holidaymakers will need to be staying on the Isle Of Wight for at least five nights in either June, July, or August, and during their stay, one day, of eight hours or more, must be disrupted by rain.

The "splashback" offer is only open to customers who are travelling onto the island on a private vehicle like a car, minibus, motorhome, or motorcycle.

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Journeys will also need to originate from Southampton too, and trips must be booked between June 19 and midnight on June 23.

If these conditions are met, Brits will need to email a picture of their disrupted holiday and booking reference number to [email protected] to make a claim.

Succesful candidates will be emailed a 25 per cent coupon code that can be redeemed against future holidays until August 31, 2024.

There are plenty of attractions on the Isle of Wight including the UK's oldest theme park, which recently announced a brand new ride.

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Blackgang Chine opened 180 years ago, and has opened its brand new Extinction attraction.

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One woman has revealed how she swapped her fancy holidays abroad for staycations in the UK.

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