You could get PAID £1,000 to visit Butlin's this summer – with all expenses covered

THE idea of getting paid to go on holiday sounds too good to be true – but Butlin's is making that dream a reality for one lucky family.

The holiday resort chain is looking for one family of 'Funbassadors' and it will even pay you to visit the resorts.

The family will bag three all-expenses-paid holidays to Butlin's resorts across the country, as well as get paid £1,000.

In return, they will be tasked with experiencing everything that Butlin's has to offer, including a host of activities, such as swimming, a fairground, soft play and an interactive slimy science session.

There will also go to see live shows featuring performances from Stephen Mulhern, Diversity and Fleur East.

The family must then share their reviews with the Butlin's bosses who will use the information to improve the experiences of future guests.

The competition is open now and closes on January 31. To enter, visit the Butlin's website.

For those of you who aren't lucky enough to be chosen, holidays are still available for just £69.

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That means a family of four can bag a staycation for as little as £17.25pp.

With half-term just around the corner, families can nab a February break from £123, which works out as £30.75 each.

Mike Godolphin, entertainment director at Butlin's, said: "Butlin's prides itself on being the home of entertainment, with great value breaks that are perfect for all the family.

"We're excited to welcome our Funbassadors to the team. They'll have an amazing time experiencing all of our resorts' endless family-friendly fun – whilst getting paid for it."

Here is what you can expect from a holiday to Butlin's.

If that's put you in the mood for a staycation, Haven has £49 four-night breaks this spring at their holiday parks.

Or if you just fancy one or two nights away, Premier Inn has thousands of rooms available for just £7.25pp.

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