Half price days out with Walkers including Alton Towers, Chessington & more
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MSE_Jenny Senior WriterMSE StaffMSE Staff
17 March 2008
What’s the deal?
Walkers has bags of offers on days out, including half price Alton Towers/Chessington/Legoland/City Sightseeing tickets, free National Trust entry, 2for1 pub lunches and many more.
To grab the discounts, you need to collect points from special promotional packs of crisps.
How it works
First search the Walkers Brit Trips website to see which days out take your fancy. Each deal costs a certain amount of points, so the amount of packets to buy depends on the day out you want. E.g. half price Alton Towers Ticket is 20 points
- Individual Crisp Bags: 2 points
- Multi-Pack Crisps: 1 point.
An example of the savings
Alton Towers for two adults. Normal cost: £68 Deal cost: £37.50
Vouchers for half price entry (valid for adults and children) costs 20 points, so for two people you would need to collect 40 bags of crisps, costing £3.50 for the 21-multipack from Tesco. Alton towers tickets normally cost £34 for adults or £24 for kids. So in total you’d save £30 – and have crisps to stuff on your day out too.
How to grab the deal
Once you’ve grabbed a special pack, go to the website, sign up, and enter the special codes on the inside of the packs to bank your points. Points can be collected until 31 October 2008 and all points must be spent by 31 December 2008. Read the full terms and conditions.
Alternative days out deals
- 2 for 1 at theme parks and attractions nationwide
Pick up a promotional pack of Tetley Tea (the cheapest is about £1.50) and you get a 2 for 1 voucher which can be used at Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Madame Tussauds, The Dungeons, Chessington World of Adventures, Legoland, Warwick Castle & Sea Life Centers. See full details
- 2 for 1 at Zoos nationwide
Kellogg’s are giving away 2 for 1 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. See full details
Read the Pay Less For Going Out Article
P.S This deal was originally posted by foreversomeday below, this post was inserted to give moneysavers the full lowdown. Thanks for the top spot!
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Quote from: https://www.brittrips.co.uk
Promotional packs will be in-store from mid February. The website will be open from 18 February 2008 and will close on 31 December 2008. Points can be collected from 18 February 2008 but cannot be spent until 3 March 2008. Points can be collected until 31 October 2008. All points must be spent by 31 December 2008.
Promotional packs spotted: (Copy & paste list if you have found more!)
Ready salted walkers single pack crisps spotted in Tesco Express Leamington Spa
I can see some wombling going on to
Good Enough Club member no 42
Only the massive packs had the promotional 1s.
Have I got it right then, if there is 2 pts per bag, then to get a free family membership to National Trust at 25pts I only need buy 13 bags of crisp? Or don't they come in packs of 12 or 24?
Just seen on website
Codes on standard 34.5g packs are worth 2 points. Codes on multipacks are worth 1 point for every pack within the multipack e.g., on a 6 bag multipack, the code will be worth 6 points. The points value is clearly indicated on these bags.
THis wouldnt be family membership-it is family admission to one National Trust property, presumably on one day.
At second glance this appears to be true - this offer is Pants then. You can pick up discusont vouchers like these at any supermarket or service station