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Parent and Toddler Mid-week offer
Theres an abundance of fantastic fun at Alton Towers Resort for smaller explorers! Bring your toddler for just £12 mid week and enjoy the terrific attractions and activities. The perfect place for a mid week visit and to meet friends. Click here to download our mid week parent and toddler offer. Offer includes free parking and one free hot drink!

We Went with the kids aged 2 & 4 yesterday with this offer and saved £60

You can print off as many Voucher,s So we had 4 free hot drinks.

PDF Voucher Link : http://www.altontowers.com/download_files/parent_and_toddlerdownload2008.pdf

First Post so i hope this is ok
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did you still pay £5 for parking?
#2
FWIW there is a similar arrangement for Chessington [World of Adventures], and they currently have a zoo AND visiting sea life centre:

http://www.chessington.com/press/common_code/cwoa_get_file.asp?url=/downloads/2008_parent_toddler_voucher.pdf

Rufus
#3
blackpeppa
did you still pay £5 for parking?


Seeing as the title includes the words "Free Parking", and the PDF if you had opened it also shows a cut-out voucher for "Free Parking", I suspect not!

Rufus.
#4
You should put alton towers in the title.
#5
Nice one - I used to work here and can't believe the prices! ! have two free adults tickets but there are three of us adults and a 3 year old - so we can split the price of the ticket between the three adults - bargin - espec with the parking. thanks . Have some rep.
#6
Done Thanks
#8
The download does not want to open for me - please can someone tell me the age they define as a toddler and if this is available during school holidays?

Thanks
#9
Mrs.Z
The download does not want to open for me - please can someone tell me the age they define as a toddler and if this is available during school holidays?

Thanks


4 year and under Dates are 30th june - 4th july 2nd Sept -16th Oct Weekdays only
#10
nickkazz
4 year and under Dates are 30th june - 4th july 2nd Sept -16th Oct Weekdays only


Thank you! :thumbsup:
#11
has anyone already got the pdf downloaded ? I cannot get it . its not on the website now
#12
http://www.altontowers.com/download/parent_and_toddlerdownload2008.pdf

It's still on that link but 14.36mb download so you need to wait a while for it if you have a slow connection
#13
Grim download time on this file and I'm on fast connection, must be busy at the other end - will rip the relevant bits and post them as soon as it gets its act together!
#14
Im on a 100mbit port and i have been downloading this file for over 10 mins which is incredibly long as I can download full movies in that time will also update relevants bits if download finishes for me first.
#15
Sounds like a very good deal based on there usual prices even though im not a big fan of amusement parks myself :)
I've not been in years and never recall them charging to go park there on there own carpark i cant believe they usually charge to park to go on a amusement park what a ripoff :shock:
#16
That was agonisingly slow, not to mention large for a single page pdf! 14+MB for it!!! Anyhow heres the relevant part for you.
http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/toweersvouchers.jpg
#17
It states no photocopies accepted...my print out looks like it could be a photocopy so hope I don't get turned away!

An odd thing to put on a voucher you print yourself, what's the difference to them whether you printed 2 or printed 1 then photocopied it?

:)
#18
Anyone tried to get in without a child? The reason I ask is we have one child and I think that £12 is the cheapest single entry ticket. If you have to have a child with you then one of us will need to pay a bit more to get it.

Gonna print this off and save for the next valid date (september?)
#19
Erm, is it just me or has anyone else noticed this cannot be used at the moment, the next date is September?
#20
harlzter
That was agonisingly slow, not to mention large for a single page pdf! 14+MB for it!!!


Well done - I gave up trying to download this file... Who creates 14mb PDFs? Don't they know nuffink!?:geek:
#21
Drayton Manor do a parent and toddler in Staffordshire Term time for £14
Free parking, Zoo and Thomas land. No hikes between rides as well
#22
Did someone say they used this yesterday?
We are going tomorrow & could use this cheaper than the bogof vouchers I have.
#23
Can't be used at the moment - pants.
#24
Why don't they do a "no screaming-kids day" .. where adults only can go and enjoy a theme park without bloody kids of any age getting on our nerves?
#25
harlzter
That was agonisingly slow, not to mention large for a single page pdf! 14+MB for it!!! Anyhow heres the relevant part for you.
http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/toweersvouchers.jpg




Thank you for the post , ill give it a go tomorrow. Kids don't know yet!!! so they are going to have a bit of a surprise.

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