Alton Towers HALF PRICE Tickets with coupon from Burger King meal! - HotUKDeals
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Get half price adult entry to Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington, Sea Life Centres and Sanctuaries (excl. London Aquarium), Legoland, Madame Tussauds, The Dungeons or Warwick Castle worth up to £18 when you buy an adult value meal at Burger King. The cheapest value meal is the hamburger meal (includes fries and a drink) which costs £2.84 (varies nationwide).

You can get the vouchers until 30 May but use them until 1 Nov for Alton Towers, 2 Nov for Chessington, 8 Nov for Thorpe Park and Legoland, and 31 Dec for Warwick Castle, Madame Tussauds, The Dungeons and the Sea Life Centres & Sanctuaries but do watch out for the exclusion dates on the vouchers.

Vouchers can only be used on the day at the gate and one voucher is only valid for one person, so if there are four of you, you'll need four vouchers. "Free child entry" is classed as an offer so can't be combined meaning if you're going with kids you'll have to choose which works out cheaper for you.

While it's cheaper to buy online in advance rather than on the day at at the gate, the half price voucher still beats advance tickets. Here's how much can you save using the half price voucher:

Alton Towers: Adult £18 (Online price £29)
Thorpe Park: Adult £17.50 (Online price £26)
Chessington: Adult £16.50 (Online price £23)
The Dungeons: Adult £11 (Online price £16.95)
Legoland: Adult £18 (Online price £32.40)
Madame Tussauds: Adult £12.50 (Online price £22.50)
Warwick Castle: Adult £8.50 (Online price £15.25)
(Half price voucher can't be used for entry to the dungeon at Warwick Castle. Sea Life Centres and Sanctuaries' prices differ based on location and date of visit.)

Whether or not your child is classed as an adult depends on their age and the park you're visiting. At Alton Towers Resort, Thorpe Park and Chessington an adult is 12 and over, at Sea Life Centres & Sanctuaries it's 15 and over, at Madame Tussauds, Legoland and The Dungeons it's 16 and over, and at Warwick Castle it's 17 and over.

The offer excludes Burger King restaurants in Northern Ireland and Eire. The offer's also not available in Burger King restaurants on site at the theme parks. See more info in the terms and conditions on the Burger King website.
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#2
Nice 1, cheers.
H+R added :)
#3


Not free if u wanna go with people that have annual passes n ur the only 1 who needs a ticket!
#4
Still not a deal when you have to eat in that awful place called Burger King
#5
bargainhunter2009
Still not a deal when you have to eat in that awful place called Burger King


Take sarnies and/or have a BIG breakfast :)
#6
bargainhunter2009
Still not a deal when you have to eat in that awful place called Burger King


I love Burger King burgers.

Well thats a diff story for you then.:thumbsup:
banned#7
bargainhunter2009
Still not a deal when you have to eat in that awful place called Burger King


Very well said. I hate the overpriced american lard butties
#8
Adam2050
I love Burger King burgers.

Well thats a diff story for you then.:thumbsup:


Me too .... n my mrs loves a whopper ;-)
#9
i bet there doing this as they now have the contract at tussards attractions and charge the earth £6 for a meal at alton towers , the best bit is no more mcdonalds there , i prefered the pasta and pizza place at alton towers eat and drink as much as u like for £6.50
#10
you can get it cheaper than this without buying the burgerking I posted a deal a week or so ago didnt get much response tho :whistling: so without the price of the burgerking a lot cheaper and better for the waistline :thumbsup: was only for alton towers tho

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4841462#post4841462
#11
I used these vouchers myself at Legoland last week and saved about £75 for a family four (2 adults + 2 kids). The lady on the till we paid had no problem using them however a friend of mine went to a different till and though she still received the same discount, she had to pay (and enter her card pin details) four times as they took one payment for each voucher used...

Eitherways, a huge discount which more than covered the cost of the original meal. Heat and rep added from me.

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