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Alton Towers ticket (not BOGOF) for £7.49 spend

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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
I bought some Goodfella's Delicia Pizzas from Sainsbury the other day at £1.07 each. They had an offer on the pack for "Great Days Out" discounted tickets.

You enter codes from the (outside of the) pack on http://www.deliciafamilyfun.co.uk (which actually redirects to the "coinks" website).

Each Pizza code gets you 10 "coinks". You need 20 for a 2for1 megabowl voucher for instance. Just as I thought... but then I noticed you can apparently get Alton Towers tickets (Full no obligation tickets [to buy another] worth £32/23) for 70 points.

These are while stocks last but they currently have 40 available.

£1.07 (at least for Margherita) x 7 = £7.49.

Guess I'm gonna be stocking up on Pizza :)

http://www.coinks.com/rewards/10/

TERMS & CONDITIONS

* Only 1 ticket can be taken up per household
* Once you have taken up this offer you will not be able to repeat it
* Subject to ticket availability. Coinks will use best endeavours to keep up to date the number of tickets still available and this will be listed above. However, these figures can change rapidly.
* Any coinks used to access this offer cannot be refunded under any circumstances


- thepearce

Tip: You will be required to choose the date you want to go when you prebook. However, your tickets are good until Dec 31st 2007. So don't worry if you can't make the date you select - you can always go at a later time
- thepearce

OK - I've just done this myself now. I entered codes from another 5 pizzas to make 70. You just click to get the ticket and you get the tip about pre-booking mentioned. They don;t send you any tickets - seems you have to call using a specific code you are given :

To book by phone, call AttractionTix on 0870 853 6000, mention coinks and quote: XXXXXXX
- thepearce
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#1
if codes are on 'outside' of packs, take a pencil to the store and save even more ......just a thought :whistling:
#2
pib100
if codes are on 'outside' of packs, take a pencil to the store and save even more ......just a thought :whistling:


yes, and if someone does that could they post the codes on here (after using them first of course) :whistling: :p
#3
good deal
#4
pib100
if codes are on 'outside' of packs, take a pencil to the store and save even more ......just a thought :whistling:
..or a camera phone.... but what happens if the person buying the Pizza trys to use the code. If they complained it could be tracked back to one you added presumably.... £1.07 is cheap for Delicia pizza anyway. Also Pepperoni is £1.07


ALSO : They have LegoLand tickets - same deal........ but there are only 4 of those left.
#5
Looks like the pizzas are only £1.00 at ASDA making it just £7. Don't quite understand why this is voted cold (comments?) - apart from a Tussauds annual pass surely this is a good deal for Alton Towers?

36 left now.
#6
A couple of codes for coinks "Great Days Out". I bought the packs - but thought I might share the codes here:-

It looks like a very good service... I took up the half price Sea Life Ticket! No problems - and was pleased with the service!

I also got the goodfellas pizzas from Sainsbury for 1.07 each. Pizzas have paid for themselves!


KatieM
#7
You were right in your earlier post coinks monitor individual codes!

I received a warning email - probably because you entered the code - the email explained that somebody had tried to enter a code that I had previously entered. It warned me that I mustn't give out codes to others - or risk suspension of my account.

I have been warned!

If disputed ( which you probably would have done if you were the real owner of the pack) my account could have been automatically suspended, until resolution.

KatieM
#8
KatieM45
You were right in your earlier post coinks monitor individual codes!

I received a warning email - probably because you entered the code - the email explained that somebody had tried to enter a code that I had previously entered. It warned me that I mustn't give out codes to others - or risk suspension of my account.

I have been warned!

If disputed ( which you probably would have done if you were the real owner of the pack) my account could have been automatically suspended, until resolution.

KatieM

I've removed my post which quoted your original message with codes.

2 Pizzas eaten - 5 more to go :). OH won't let me buy any more yet.
#9
I know what you mean! There's no more room in my freezer either! Yet!
Thanks for removing the codes btw, I want to keep my coinks account - their site says that they are going to offer cash for every code. Every little bit helps!

"With coink cash you'll be able to start collecting coinks from a variety of different packs, which can then be exchanged for cash at the rate of 1 coink per penny!"

I guess this means that we'll be able to collect stuff from other packs as well as pizzas.

KatieM
#10
I've just booked my ticket. You specify a date but this, it turns out, is merely the first day you can use the ticket - they actually give you an open dated one - so don't worry if you can't be sure on which day you want to go.

That's the theory at least - my e-ticket has a date on. It also says : Please note that this ticket is valid for two consecutive days on your chosen dates.

I've emailed them for confirmation.
#11
Only one left for legoland so won't be rushing out to buy any...oh well
#12
I received a reply :

[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]We can confirm that you are not confined to using it on the 03 Aug 07, You have untill the end of the year to use it.

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[COLOR=Black][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]So - no restrictions on the ticket - just expires this year.[/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]
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#13
I work at coinks and the Goodfellas campaign. Nice to see a forum so active. Many thanks for posting the details up.

Just to let you know that though the Legoland freebies have gone - we hope to be offer a number of heavily discounted Legoland tickets soon. They won't be freebies but they still make collection of coinks very worthwhile.

The basic premise is that 10 coinks (one pizza) will save you at least
£1, compared to anything that is freely available. 50 coinks will save you a genuine £5 and so on....

In effect, 10 coinks is paying for the pizza at £1.07!

The 70 coinks for a completely free ticket has been unbelievable value, as thepeace pointed out, but by necessity availablity will be more limited.

In addition, the team is working on providing a wide range of other "Great Days Out". I'll try and keep you posted. If anybody has a range of "favourite" locations we would love to hear them.

Cheers
#14
Only 9 Alton Towers tickets left now if anyone is interested - get in there quick.
#15
We've actually managed to get our hands on a few more freebies.... the count went down to 2 but we've added another 10. So there are currently 12 free tickets to be had!
#16
Alton Towers tickets are now "sold" out.

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