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2for1 Zoo entry with Kellogg's
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Old 17-12-2007, 11:26 AM
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Default 2for1 Zoo entry with Kellogg's

What’s the deal?

Kellogg’s are giving away 2for1 zoo/aquarium entry vouchers on special packs of cereal. A typical day out at some zoos can cost a jumbo £46 for a family of four, so this offer is almost zoo good to be true.

Which Zoos can I visit?

You can use the vouchers at a whole herd of over 40 zoos and aquariums, including Chester, London, Dublin, Edinburgh and Whipsnade. There’s a full list on the Kellogg’s website.

How to grab your free ticket

Look out for coupons on special packs of Rice Krispies, Frosties, Coco Pops and Kellogg's Corn Flakes. The vouchers are on the side of the packs and allow you to get one free kids’ or adults’ zoo ticket, with every full paying adult. So if you’re taking a family of four, you’ll need to grab two packs.

The vouchers are valid until 14 January 2009, meaning you’ve plenty of time to plan your outing.

For more bargainous days out, read the full Pay Less For Going Out article.

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Old 22-01-2008, 8:45 PM
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Default Free Zoo Tickets BOGOF!!

Hi, just posted on hotukdeals and thought I'd share here as well. New promotion on Kelloggs cereals is Buy One Full Price adult ticket and get another adult or childs ticket free, this applies to zoos and safari parks all over the uk and is linked to the zookeeper comp as well, the vouchers expire early 2009 and could save a few quid in the holidays as well. Enjoy!!

www.kelloggs.co.uk/zoo
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Old 22-01-2008, 9:34 PM
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Thanks ... Will come in really handy in the summer
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Old 23-01-2008, 9:33 AM
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Fantastic find, will use these for Bristol Zoo this summer.

Thanks OP!
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Old 30-01-2008, 8:44 PM
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i'm being a bit stupid - i can't see whether it's a 2-for-1 or if it's just a child goes free. i've emailed them to ask

i'm also wondering about drayton manor park - it's a zoo inside a theme park and it's about £22 each to get in. they don't do 'zoo only' entry, you just pay one price and it includes the rides. this seems like a really good deal if it is just a straightforward 2 for 1 ... i'll have to ask them if they let you into the theme park ... best wait a bit though, they'll think i'm REALLY dim if a email them twice in the same day
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Thanks op will try it tomorrow.
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Old 31-01-2008, 3:52 PM
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hi all,
just to say i did this the other day at london zoo for me and my friend (both adults).

saved a bit of money and the zoo was ace!
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Sainsburys have cornflakes for 99p at the mo with the offer on the boxes.
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Thanks for this, save a load this summer
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oh thanks for that will be usefull with hols coming up...
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I have a trip planned to Blue Planet this Friday for the family - does anyone know if I can use these 2 for 1 straight from the packet vouchers or do you have to post them off for tickets ?
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There on the box
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Do you know if its just one child with each full paying adult (not so good for me with 4 chidlren ) or if it applies to children's ticket as well?If its a "real" 2 for 1" offer I'll nip and and buy the cereal today! Also do you have to send off or just take the vouchers along- I'd like to take the family to Whipsanade next week
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Old 06-02-2008, 10:20 AM
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It's one child or adult free with a full paying adult. So you would get one child free and you'll be paying for yourself and the 3 other children.

The voucher is on the box - you do not have to send away.

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i had an email from them confirming that it's a free adult or child with a paying adult.

nearlynewbie how old are your children? some of them might be expected to pay the adult price at age 12 for example if they are going to drayton manor.
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These coupons are on Frosties in Somerfield - BOGOF at the moment
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These coupons are on Frosties in Somerfield - BOGOF at the moment
How much are the frosties?
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Is it really ethical to go to zoos these days? Are the animals still in cages stressed out? Can someone tell me? I haven't been to a zoo for years and am not sure whether to take my 5yr old!!!!
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Default kelloggs

Hi just like to say thanks for this,

saves me some money and gets the family a day trip out in summer hols, cant be bad to that

Thanks again
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sluggy i can only speak for my local zoos. chester is fabulous. i know what you mean, i took my son to a zoo when he was 4 and it really upset me. the animals seemed bored and depressed and their cages were tiny.

west midlands safari park is also very good.

you don't see animals going mad with boredom nowadays, no headbanging polar bears and the tigers generally have a pool to swim in and plenty to climb etc.
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