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Buy One Get One Free Entry To Thorpe Park

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Buy One Get One Free voucher for Thorpe Park tickets! To take advantage of the offer, simply print off your voucher below, and when you purchase one adult day ticket at Thorpe Park you'll get another… Read More
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Buy One Get One Free voucher for Thorpe Park tickets!

To take advantage of the offer, simply print off your voucher below, and when you purchase one adult day ticket at Thorpe Park you'll get another ticket - free of charge.
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#1
just what i needed your a star king_chief voted and rep left
#2
You get these when you spend a tenner in Tesco as well - also covers Alton Towers and Chessington.
#3
Thanks - heat & repped :-)
#4
im going on saturday!!!!!!!!!!
voted hot and repped
#5
are these gonna work? they dont look very genuine...
#6
Deep888
are these gonna work? they dont look very genuine...


Yep, they are genuine - and if they're not then you can take it up with Richard Branson (being in charge of Virgin, who are sponsering this) lol
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There is a cheaper way to get in than this.

The Virgin vouchers are for use on the gate price only at £32 making it £16 each adult.

Go to buyagift.com through quidco.

Put anthing other than theme park tickets in your basket.

Apply the code 843843.

Go and get your tickets and put them in the basket too.

Take out the first unwanted item you put in your basket.

Hey presto.

approx £12.50 adult entrance including quidco £13.75 without

Print your tickets online and take them with you to bypass the queues too.

Just worked out if you are going before the 31st May you can get a family ticket of 4 for £36 and five for about £50. That's £9 each.
#8
nice find.....

also nice find from greg......

bit of rep coming for you both.... (anyone know if thope park is good for kids (aged 3) the rides arnt too big are they?)
#9
laltufan
nice find.....

also nice find from greg......

bit of rep coming for you both.... (anyone know if thope park is good for kids (aged 3) the rides arnt too big are they?)


Thank you, was going to post a similar sort of question and apologies for slightly highjacking the thread but you are the right sort of people to ask.

Chessington or Thorpe Park. Which is the best.
#10
My little lad loved chessington (aged 2)

Thats why Im curious to what thorpe park is like....

(Us northerners dont visit london that often....)
#11
laltufan
nice find.....

also nice find from greg......

bit of rep coming for you both.... (anyone know if thope park is good for kids (aged 3) the rides arnt too big are they?)


I would imagine they are too big.

Mine are 10, 7 and 5 and went to Alton Towers (discounted of course) the other week and found it quite restrictive of what they could actually go on.

I can thoroughly reccommend Drayton Manor for your ages, mine absolutely love it there and it's closer to you.

Can you reccommend any good Northern ones, Camelot, Flamingo Land etc

Have you been to Gullivers Kingdom at Wigan too. Fantastic.
#12
Since yours sound a bit older.... I wouldnt really recommend Chessington either.... probably lacking bigger rides for them....

Alton Towers is great.... (something for everyone)

I fancy Drayton Manor... Just not had chance to visit it yet... (Its on my list of places to visit...)
#13
Thorpe Park is mainly big rides - best for teenagers
Chessington is mainly gentler rides - better for primary school age kids
#14
barnehurst
Thorpe Park is mainly big rides - best for teenagers
Chessington is mainly gentler rides - better for primary school age kids


I agree :)

Chessington for younger, Thorpe park for older :)


Chessington and Thorpe park for big kids (ie adults;-) )
#15
hi i live about a 2 min walk from thorpe park, and just to let you know thorpe park is definatly not for little kids, there are only about 4 maybe 5 rides in which they would be able to get on. Thorpe Park is deffinatly a park for teenagers and big kids :-D
#16
:thumbsup: Thanks for the replies, Chessington it is then.
#17
Diggerland!

good for children aged 5-85
#18
greg_68
I would imagine they are too big.

Mine are 10, 7 and 5 and went to Alton Towers (discounted of course) the other week and found it quite restrictive of what they could actually go on.

I can thoroughly reccommend Drayton Manor for your ages, mine absolutely love it there and it's closer to you.

Can you reccommend any good Northern ones, Camelot, Flamingo Land etc

Have you been to Gullivers Kingdom at Wigan too. Fantastic.


I can recommend Flamingo Land. Have been a few times last time was at easter good rides, queues not too big even when I have been July/August It is compact so not loads of walking around. Plus there is the zoo and sealion and bird shows.
#19
havent been to flamingo land for a few years.... but it was great then.... and with current 2 for 1 offers for their too - im sure i will be paying a trip soon.....
#20
cheers greg thats a much better deal but im gonna be going on 16th july so is it still valid
#21
No, the cheap tickets run out next week. There are some on the buyagift site valid for the year but I would wait until nearer the time there is sure to be another deal after next weeks has run out.
#22
greg_68
There is a cheaper way to get in than this.

The Virgin vouchers are for use on the gate price only at £32 making it £16 each adult.

Go to buyagift.com through quidco.

Put anthing other than theme park tickets in your basket.

Apply the code 843843.

Go and get your tickets and put them in the basket too.

Take out the first unwanted item you put in your basket.

Hey presto.

approx £12.50 adult entrance including quidco £13.75 without

Print your tickets online and take them with you to bypass the queues too.

Just worked out if you are going before the 31st May you can get a family ticket of 4 for £36 and five for about £50. That's £9 each.


Thank you for this its brilliant, worked out £13 each for 1 adult and 2 kids, saving £13 from online price. Says £29 on the gate at weekends for adults. didnt realise that you pay less if you prebook your tickets.
cheers. Plus went through quidco too and got a further £3.90 back!
Pam

Sorry should have said i bought Chessington tickets not thorpe park!
#23
Thorpe park is £18 without Quidco
#24
pammyj
Thank you for this its brilliant, worked out £13 each for 1 adult and 2 kids, saving £13 from online price. Says £29 on the gate at weekends for adults. didnt realise that you pay less if you prebook your tickets.
cheers. Plus went through quidco too and got a further £3.90 back!
Pam



I tried his comments but i couldn't get it to work. will try it again tonight.
#25
wiltonson
I tried his comments but i couldn't get it to work. will try it again tonight.


You have to put something else in your basket first before you put the park tickets in. I think the code is for 25% off. Great deal.
#26
Better take advantage of this before school trip/summer holiday season kicks in.. so i'm going this friday :D

Thanks OP!
#27
The tickets from buyagift.com come to £18 using the code. Using the Virgin 2 for 1 deal, they would come to £16 each. Surely the Virgin voucher is the better deal if buying more than one ticket (most likely).

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