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national holidays.. is my teen a child or adult?

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Hi I'm booking a national holiday, and I've put me as an adult (obviously lol) and it says children are aged under 12 so I put adult.. as she is 14.. then the next page it says if any children are tra… Read More
LeahMinttoutou Avatar
3m, 4d agoPosted 3 months, 4 days ago
Hi I'm booking a national holiday, and I've put me as an adult (obviously lol) and it says children are aged under 12 so I put adult.. as she is 14.. then the next page it says if any children are travelling add their date of birth. I'm wondering am I doing the right thing adding her as an adult or should she be a child? I've been on a few and never noticed having this predicament before.. if anyone know please inform me which is correct asap, Thankyou :-)
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3m, 4d agoPosted 3 months, 4 days ago
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If their child prices are 2-12 then your 14 year old is an adult. On the second page of the booking just leave it as 2 x adults (if if is you and your daughter).

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If their child prices are 2-12 then your 14 year old is an adult. On the second page of the booking just leave it as 2 x adults (if if is you and your daughter).
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windym
If their child prices are 2-12 then your 14 year old is an adult. On the second page of the booking just leave it as 2 x adults (if if is you and your daughter).
Thankyou I wasn't sure so thought I better check.. :)
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LeahMinttoutou
windym
If their child prices are 2-12 then your 14 year old is an adult. On the second page of the booking just leave it as 2 x adults (if if is you and your daughter).
Thankyou I wasn't sure so thought I better check.. :)

If you have a read of their FAQ's, it's clear they give a discount on a 2-12yr old, hence differentiating between adult and child. In reality it is only relevant if your child qualifies for the discount (ie is 2-12) that it would matter.
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windym
LeahMinttoutou
windym
If their child prices are 2-12 then your 14 year old is an adult. On the second page of the booking just leave it as 2 x adults (if if is you and your daughter).
Thankyou I wasn't sure so thought I better check.. :)
If you have a read of their FAQ's, it's clear they give a discount on a 2-12yr old, hence differentiating between adult and child. In reality it is only relevant if your child qualifies for the discount (ie is 2-12) that it would matter.
Thanks it's done and booked now. I just never noticed having that issue before so thought I would see before paying if I was booking it correctly. Been on a quite a few so maybe I'm just have a dozy moment lol.. sorted now :)

Edited By: LeahMinttoutou on Feb 16, 2017 11:05
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Have a great time :-)
#6
windym
Have a great time :-)
Thankyou :)

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