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Old 30-03-2007, 5:16 PM
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Talking Chester zoo vouchers.....

.....and other Cheshire days out vouchers!

http://www.cheshiredaysout.co.uk/home.html

Just click on the link at the bottom of the home page for 2 pages of vouchers.
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Old 31-03-2007, 1:31 PM
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has any1 used these to see if they work?
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I used them last year and was dubious at first, but they accepted them no probs!
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I believe that you can buy discounted ticket from the information office at Cheshire Oaks, I think they are 5 off for an adult, not sure for child.

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Premier travel in are doing a free child one, they email you the voucher and you print off. We have just saved a fortune for next weekd trip

http://www.premiertravelinn.com/pti/...fer=chesterzoo
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we got a pile of offers from my daughters school.One of them was buy one get one free at chester zoo! Not sure if we will use it yet if not I'll post on here and someone else can have it.
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Premier travel in are doing a free child one, they email you the voucher and you print off. We have just saved a fortune for next weekd trip

http://www.premiertravelinn.com/pti/...fer=chesterzoo
Can you get the voucher if you are not a customer? As their web site says 'Great Days Out are only available to Premier Travel Inn guests and their families'
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Are there no current offers for adult discounts at the moment?

Looking to go on thursday and struggling to find any.....
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I got free child with an adult vouchers from whattodowiththekids.com. You pay to join (a fiver or so, I think, and that lasts a year) and there's all sorts on the site. You just click and print the vouchers, as many as you like.
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Yes Jus 71. Have you checked this cos I'm not sure.. the voucher looks ok but it does say you need to be staying at premier Inn
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I bought them yesterday from cheshire oaks and they are £5 cheaper and then you dont que to get in.
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Can you get the voucher if you are not a customer? As their web site says 'Great Days Out are only available to Premier Travel Inn guests and their families'
I've just printed off vouchers for flamingo land, lightwater valley and blue planet - the conditions don't say that you need to take proof with you that you're staying at the travel inn.
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I have just gone through lastminute.com and they have come up as 7.50 for adults. We are going on wed!
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I have just gone through lastminute.com and they have come up as 7.50 for adults. We are going on wed!
thats a good deal as you can get tickets for 7.50 up until the end of may which is peak time, normal over 13 in peak time
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I have just gone through lastminute.com and they have come up as 7.50 for adults. We are going on wed!
i've just booked these for thursday let us know how you get n as in the small print it does say they cannnot comfirm it'll be this price or similar in thir own words...
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I used last minuite.com yesterday 30.90 for a family of 4 printed off just hand in on saturday a lot cheaper than booking at the zoo sandi
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Premier travel in are doing a free child one, they email you the voucher and you print off. We have just saved a fortune for next weekd trip

http://www.premiertravelinn.com/pti/...fer=chesterzoo
Jus71,, Can you let us know how you get on with these vouchers as I will be going the week after.. Thanks
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Jus71,, Can you let us know how you get on with these vouchers as I will be going the week after.. Thanks
But no good for easter sandi
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I have just gone through lastminute.com and they have come up as 7.50 for adults. We are going on wed!

Has anyone bought these at lastminute.com and got in at that price?

Basically lastminute.com is still showing and charging the prices as the off peak rate whereas it is actually peak rate

Anyone, anyone????
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Hi, we went today using lastminute.com at £7.50 each and got in fine, beat the queues and everything! You get to go through the members gates, just wave the email confirmation around and they show you where to go - hope this helps!

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