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hi all just wanted to ask 2 adults and 3 children cheapest way in to thorpe park....is ebay tickets any good or reliable? anyone purchased from there b4 for days out tickets? do I pay for a nearly 4 y…
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
hi all just wanted to ask 2 adults and 3 children cheapest way in to thorpe park....is ebay tickets any good or reliable? anyone purchased from there b4 for days out tickets? do I pay for a nearly 4 year old? thanks
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#2
Have u checked Kellogg's packets etc for 2 for 1 vouchers

http://grownupsgofree.kelloggs.co.uk
#3
thanks I don't have tesco near me it club card..
#4
so if I use kellogs vouchers it's child pays and adult free? will look into it thanks
#5
dealsolver2014
Have u checked Kellogg's packets etc for 2 for 1 vouchers http://grownupsgofree.kelloggs.co.uk
have a look out for the square bars most of the time they are down to a quid and sometimes have vouchers
#6
Under 3's go in for free, after that its all ages at £27.99

I have bought tickets for legoland off eBay and never had a issue.

I would agree with the Kelloggs vouchers, MOD and NHS staff get discount as well.
#7
thank you all much appreciated
#8
When do you want to go ??
Terrie
#9
I have two adult tickets for tomorrow
#10
how much for pls and are they valid for tmrw??
#11
just so you know unless your other kids are early teens or older then Thorpe Park won't be much good for them and you'd possibly be better off at Chessington. I don't know the ages of your kids except for the 4 year old who I don't think we'll be able to go on any rides at Thorpe Park. I know if I took my 4 year old she'd be very upset at the end of the day.
#12
oh thank you others 10 12 and 17..is there not much for 4 year old then thanks
#13
Are you the 4 year old ?
#14
jayzee1
oh thank you others 10 12 and 17..is there not much for 4 year old then thanks


​No there isn't but your other kids will really enjoy it. If you can afford to go alton towers as your little one will love cbeebies land and the older ones can get on all the thrill seeking rides.
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jayzee1
oh thank you others 10 12 and 17..is there not much for 4 year old then thanks

There's a few little bits for 4 year olds, but not a great deal. It's worth measuring your child then looking here to see what they can do:

https://www.thorpepark.com/rides

The beach is quite good, Angry Birds 4D is pretty funny, and the I'm A Celeb maze they'd probably enjoy - but for a full day out, that's not a lot of entertainment.

Earlier this year, before my youngest hit 1.4m, he would get bored very quickly at Thorpe Park, and from around lunchtime was ready to leave.

I'd seriously recommend Chessington or Legoland for a child that age - perhaps Chessington would be better as it has a few bigger rides for your other kids. Alternatively drop them at Thorpe Park, drive to Legoland and then pick them up later. It's not a huge distance between the two, but traffic can be unpredictable.

Edited By: miikeyblue on Aug 06, 2016 11:19: .

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