BRIT holidaymakers are being given the chance to take a UK holiday for£1.50.

Pasty-makers Ginsters are offering two-night stays for up to four people in four destinations across the UK.

The locations have been cherry-picked because of their likeness to international destinations that inspired some of the company's most well-known bakes, including the Philly Cheese Steak.

Each place was selected by Luke Jackson, a Hollywood film and TV location scout who has worked on films like Layer Cake.

Brits looking for a bargain seaside break can either choose to stay in Brighton or Portmeirion.

The company chose Brighton because of its likeness to New Orleans, and Portmeirion has been picked because of its resemblance to the Italian Riviera and the Amalfi Coast.

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Anyone looking for a cheap city break can either choose to stay in London or Edinburgh.

The English capital has rather bafflingly been compared to Philadelphia, while Edinburgh has been likened to Washington DC.

Brits who want to nab a bargain break will need to submit their details on the "Bake Holiday" page on the Ginsters website.

Entries open on April 29 and close on May 1 for anyone who wants to try and secure a stay in Portmeirion or London.

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Entries for a trip to Brighton and Edinburgh will open later on May 26 and close on May 29.

All proceeds from the competition will be donated to Project 35 – a community project based in Plymouth.

For those unlucky in the draw, there are other ways to get a great value holiday in Britain this summr.

Hythe in Kent has been named the most affordable holiday town in the UK.

And Blackpool was also named the UK’s best budget seaside staycation destination.

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