Friday 13th Promotion
$13 Budget Motel Chain Accommodation Promotion!

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This Friday 13th, Budget Motel Chain is offering the first 13 people to book their 2 night accommodation via our head office, our special Friday 13th rate of $13 for their 2nd night!

We love a spooky day in the calendar and when it is for Friday 13th, we are even happier! 

This year, Budget Motel Chain is shaking it up a bit.  We know some people think Friday 13th is the unluckiest day in the calendar, but we think it is just mis-understood.  No one really even knows why it is considered to be unlucky.

With 2020 being a leap year, it means there will be 2 times the fun of Friday 13th’s this year!

“How do I get $13 Friday 13th Room Nights?” We hear you asking!

All you need to do is phone Budget Motel Chain Head office on Friday 13th March 2020, between the hours of 9am – 5pm Eastern Standard Time on 03 9784 4111 and book your 2 night accommodation, and you will automatically receive your 2nd night for $13!

Regular Booking and Existing Terms & Conditions apply.  Based on room availability.

Call 03 9784 4111

Friday 13th $13 Rooms



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Fun Facts about Friday 13th

Experts say that Friggatriskaidekaphobia affects millions of people and estimate that businesses, especially airlines, suffer from severe losses on Friday the 13th.

Triskaidekaphobia, or the fear of the number 13, is even more widespread. So much so that many high-rise buildings, hotels, and hospitals skip the 13th floor and many airports do not have gates numbered 13. In many parts of the world, having 13 people at the dinner table is considered bad luck.

Unsurprisingly, we are not exactly sure of the historical evidence as to how Friday the 13th became synonymous with bad luck and superstition. There are many theories that date back to earlier centuries, but most of them have been completely debunked.
The real Friday the 13th hysteria started in the 20th century. Many date this back to Thomas Lawson’s book “Friday, the Thirteenth” which is about a stockbroker who chooses this day to deliberately crash the stock market. One year later in 1908, The New York Times became one of the first media outlets to acknowledge the superstitions of Friday the 13th. Later in the 1980s, the popularity of the “Friday the 13th” movie franchise added to the cultural phenomenon.
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