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    • MSE Deborah
    • By MSE Deborah 21st Jul 09, 6:20 PM
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    Cheap Theme Parks Deals note discussion / Report top offers
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    • 21st Jul 09, 6:20 PM
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    Cheap Theme Parks Deals note discussion / Report top offers 21st Jul 09 at 6:20 PM
    For a full list of current vouchers and deals for theme parks see the

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    • lindsayr2403
    • By lindsayr2403 21st Jul 09, 8:30 PM
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    • 21st Jul 09, 8:30 PM
    Legoland are part of the 2 for 1 offers that are in the Walkers Crisps packets - and they are also doing an offer where you can visit again for free with a full price ticket during Sept and October..
    So.... if you buy 2 adult tickets @ legoland - one will show as full price , the other as free. Keep the full price ticket - and you can use it again in September or October!
    • mew
    • By mew 22nd Jul 09, 12:51 AM
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 12:51 AM
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 12:51 AM
    Advance purchase Alton Towers tickets can be purchased over the phone for £17 Adults & £12 children Details Here

    (This was originally mentioned by lisahillman in another tread and is probably the cheapest way to purchase Alton Towers tickets)
  • debzam
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 9:02 AM
    Half price Sealife centre tickets
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 9:02 AM
    If you collect a few packets of Walkers crisps and register with walkers you can get half price tickets to several destinations including the Sealife centres. 5 points for an adult and 3 for a child. Handy if you have an odd number of people so 2 for 1 doesn't work so well. Also handy if you have a mixture of adult and adult concession tickets as half price for individual tickets not just cheapest free. One multipack of crisps has paid for our half price family tickets.
  • Enicomb
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 10:53 AM
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 10:53 AM
    Camelot 2 for 1s (one adult ticket, get a child OR adult ticket free)

    (PDF Voucher); www. myvouchercodes .co .uk/outlink/1330/

    You'll have to fix the link, as I can;t post a real link due to pointless rules applied.
  • Tish Richards
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 11:34 AM
    Alton Towers Tickets - Online Download Vouchers
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 11:34 AM
    Alton Towers discount vouchers are available for download which give you Adult entry for £17.00 and Children for £12.00 anytime so no advanced booking needed - I just took the voucher to the gate!

    Available online at the Raring2go! website.

    You need to register but once you've done that you can access other vouchers for Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland, and they are all updated regularly so I keep checking back for other offers.

  • Jennicat
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 7:08 PM
    £20 savng for Families on 2 great days out in the Cotswolds
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 7:08 PM
    Sudeley Castle in the Cotswolds and nearby Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway are offering a joint family ticket for the August Bank Holiday (29th - 31st August.

    The Family Ticket is £35 and applies for 2 adults and 3 children, so there's an overall saving of £20 per family on the usual prices for that combination of people across the two attractions.

    Sudeley Castle has gorgeous gardens, a fab kids play area with a giant wooden fort, slide and zip wire and is the one where Liz Hurley got married.

    The steam railway runs between Cheltenham and Toddington, stopping off at Winchcombe which is the town where the Castle is situated. All in all an hour and a half round trip with lovely countrywide to see from the train and the nostalgic sights, sounds and smells of the steam train!

    The best bit about the joint ticket (apart from saving £20!) is that you don't have to visit the 2 attractions on the same day, you can spend a day at each. So that works out at £17.50 for each day out and £3.50 per person per day out - bargain!

    You can buy the tickets in advance from Sudeley. See the Sudeley Castle website and click on the link for 'Steam Along to Sudeley'

  • boutilicous
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 10:01 PM
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 10:01 PM
    For anyone who's interested if you have an Iceland Bonus Card on using it you will get a Family Days Out booklet which has Free/2for1 deals. There is also a 2for1 deal for Diggerland valid at any Diggerland park until 6th Sep 09. This was in response to they being no offers to Diggerland.
    • irene939
    • By irene939 22nd Jul 09, 11:52 PM
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 11:52 PM
    flamingo land
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    • 22nd Jul 09, 11:52 PM
    Galaxy 105 radio have a printable voucher 3 for the price of 2 valid till 1st Nov.
    Scroll down page enter Flamingo land tickets, pick first result, then click just above the video.
    Still a newbie cant post the link
    Last edited by irene939; 22-07-2009 at 11:54 PM. Reason: posted link sorry
    • plzhelpmesave!
    • By plzhelpmesave! 23rd Jul 09, 12:13 AM
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    also try the Invitation Book,publilshed in most areas which gives good discounts on days out, entertainment, food etc.
    Brill buy and raises money for charities/schools too.

    Me and Dh went to restaurant and cinema yesterday and spent less than £25 for meal, film and drinks - used vouchers from the book which covered the original £20 cost in one outing.

    Will be using the 241 on local kids indoor pllay centres for the kids in hols!

    go to their website
    • loisamelia
    • By loisamelia 23rd Jul 09, 9:34 AM
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    Dont know if this has been posted already but if you collect the Walkers trips points you can get a deal on Diggerland entry as well as many others
  • DaveStrong
    A site i would recommend is a comparison site for major ticket suppliers.
  • Thanatos
    Camelot 2 for 1s (one adult ticket, get a child OR adult ticket free)

    (PDF Voucher); www. myvouchercodes .co .uk/outlink/1330/

    You'll have to fix the link, as I can;t post a real link due to pointless rules applied.
    Originally posted by Enicomb
    That offer expired a month ago (30th June) as clearly written in the t&c on the voucher.

    Pointless post to go with the pointless rules you were so eager to point out?

    There is a voucher in Woman magazine this week however (thats good until end of August) for same offer (mag costs about a pound i think)
    Last edited by Thanatos; 24-07-2009 at 1:15 PM.
  • hm2k
    Anything for alton towers at the moment?
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  • suky321
    Why don't Drayton Manor ever do 2 for 1. Grrrrrrr. I want to take my son to Thomas land, but £50 for two adults is too steep, although my child will get free entry.
  • mb75
    Hi there - it's not so much for the major attractions, but if anyone is coming to North Devon on holiday, I'd recommend buying a copy of the North Devon Journal. There is usually at least a page of vouchers for local attractions in it every week. (This is probably true for Cornwall too - try the Cornish Guardian or the West Briton)
    • bambo
    • By bambo 25th Jul 09, 9:26 PM
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    Fun for Adults
    Thorpe Park tickets and Alton Towers tickets are almost always for sale on eBay. Tickets that allow entry only on one specific day can be had for around £10 - £15 each, but it varies a lot depending upon the day. Open tickets that allow entry on any day are usually around £20. Mature sex stories

    Nice day out.
    Last edited by bambo; 15-02-2015 at 10:53 AM.
  • scousegirl26
    walkers crisps
    walkers crisps they are currently offering half price tickets for adults and children although im not sure how many tickets can be used per family im going this thursday to alton towers as a family of 3 adults 2 children so im hoping we all get half price cos ive saved up all the tickets i will keep updated
  • BigAndy_79
    My sis' got me two tickets from her Tesco Clubcard points that she has for us in Thorpe park. The thing is, however, we may not be able to go. Does anyone know how long these vouchers are valid for, or if they will extend them for us ? I have just had an op., and may not be well enough to sit on rides.

    Thanks in advance.
  • rilsy
    You should be able to refund them. Normally they are valid for 6mnths. I had ordered 2 vouchers for Pleasure beach but was unable to go. Due to the fact we live in scotland and I knew we would not be able to travel in the near future I returned them back to tesco asking if they could refund the points used. I was quite suprised and grateful that they did.

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