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'Free' Entry to Thorpe Park/Chessington/Alton Towers - collect 4 tokens from The Sun £1.40

£1.40 @ The Sun
Collect 4 tokens from The Sun and get free entry to Thorpe Park etc. This is not the usual BOGOF offer, so stock up on your copies and take the whole family! Starts tomorrow, there was a starter token… Read More
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Collect 4 tokens from The Sun and get free entry to Thorpe Park etc. This is not the usual BOGOF offer, so stock up on your copies and take the whole family! Starts tomorrow, there was a starter token in Saturday's edition.

Will effectively be £1.40 a ticket!
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#1
Does anyone know when the tickets will be valid for?
#2
thanks good hot deal
#3
off season id have thought
#4
Basically Valid Oct 13 to Nov 1 or 4th depending where you go
For full terms and conditions go to altontowers.com/terms Sun10/07
Also a different 2 for 1 one voucher
It does not say how many free voucher entries you can use, in the paper. And as usual with the Sun you get page not found using the address, which I have typed in exactly as printed.
#5
Sun offer: TERMS and CONDITIONS 2007 Merlin Entertainments Group

This Voucher entitles

Only one FREE ENTRY* per Voucher and per full paying adult
Adult is 12 & over at Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures & Zoo (Parks), 15 & over at SEA LIFE/Sanctuaries, 16 & over at Madame Tussauds, and the Dungeons, and 17 & over at Warwick Castle (Attractions).

Child free entry is under 4 years at Warwick Castle, and under 5 years at Madame Tussauds. Visitors under 1 metre in height enter the Parks free of charge.

If the holder of this Voucher buys a fully priced adult ticket to [one of the Attractions/Parks, then s/he may take with him/her one other person/one child under the age of 12 who will enter one of the Attractions/Parks free of charge.




sorry voted cold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#6
so it is a BOGOF then???
#7
widstyle
Sun offer: TERMS and CONDITIONS 2007 Merlin Entertainments Group

This Voucher entitles

Only one FREE ENTRY* per Voucher and per full paying adult
Adult is 12 & over at Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures & Zoo (Parks), 15 & over at SEA LIFE/Sanctuaries, 16 & over at Madame Tussauds, and the Dungeons, and 17 & over at Warwick Castle (Attractions).

Child free entry is under 4 years at Warwick Castle, and under 5 years at Madame Tussauds. Visitors under 1 metre in height enter the Parks free of charge.

If the holder of this Voucher buys a fully priced adult ticket to [one of the Attractions/Parks, then s/he may take with him/her one other person/one child under the age of 12 who will enter one of the Attractions/Parks free of charge.




sorry voted cold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Reserving judgement.

Seems that there are BOGOFS AND cold-season freebies as well.

But I'd not vote until we can actually find a firm accurate set of T+Cs.
#8
Last time my friends went to Alton Towers, they had to pay for the parking!

Any money off to go to that place is good!!!
#9
Last time my friends went to Alton Towers, they had to pay for the parking!

Any money off to go to that place is good!!!



General parking is £4, but you can pay ten pounds to park a little closer to the gate.
#10
There was a BOGOF offer in Saturdays paper and possibly today's? but their is as fryster said in their post a token collect offer which starts today and is for FREE admission, NOT BOGOF.

Also parking at Alton towers is £4 per vehicle.
#11
Parking is either £4 about a mile and a half away :D, (which is a ****** when the day is finished and you just wanna get to the car)

Or a rip off at £10 to park about 5 mins away from the entrances/exit
#12
widstyle
Sun offer: TERMS and CONDITIONS 2007 Merlin Entertainments Group

This Voucher entitles

Only one FREE ENTRY* per Voucher and per full paying adult
Adult is 12 & over at Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures & Zoo (Parks), 15 & over at SEA LIFE/Sanctuaries, 16 & over at Madame Tussauds, and the Dungeons, and 17 & over at Warwick Castle (Attractions).

Child free entry is under 4 years at Warwick Castle, and under 5 years at Madame Tussauds. Visitors under 1 metre in height enter the Parks free of charge.

If the holder of this Voucher buys a fully priced adult ticket to [one of the Attractions/Parks, then s/he may take with him/her one other person/one child under the age of 12 who will enter one of the Attractions/Parks free of charge.




sorry voted cold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I don't know why it's voted cold I thought it was a free ticket and not BOGOF...There is an option for BOGOF if you don't want to collect the vouchers this week but if you do collect them it is a free ticket as far as I can see..voted hot from me..
#13
Well the paper is only 20p so it's not as if we're wasting too much money to find out. Or just pinch a friends copy...
#14
surely someone must buy The Sun and could post the exact details of the offer?
#15
got the sun, it is a BOGOF!

"Voucher entitles one free entry with one full-paying adult." Exact quote from the voucher in today's paper. It even say 2-for-1 entry with the sun on the voucher.
Valid from Oct 8th to 31st.
#16
marty153
got the sun, it is a BOGOF!

"Voucher entitles one free entry with one full-paying adult." Exact quote from the voucher in today's paper. It even say 2-for-1 entry with the sun on the voucher.
Valid from Oct 8th to 31st.


DOH... :-(
#17
I don't know if your reading the same paper as me but it is a FREE ticket..The 2 for 1 is an option also at the bottom of the paper...
"To claim your FREE ticket collect four differently numbered tokens from the ones we will print until friday.Token 1 is on the left"
What is there to understand it's a free ticket just buy the paper for 4 days..It's not BOGOF..They just have that option for you if you want to use that instead of collecting everyday
#18
Buy 16 x sun newspapers (£5.60) for a family of four free entry :-D

The 2 for 1 is an optional choice.

Great deal :thumbsup:
#19
bloaty
Buy 16 x sun newspapers (£5.60) for a family of four free entry :-D

The 2 for 1 is an optional choice.

Great deal :thumbsup:


I think the tokens are numbered, so make sure you buy 4 papers a day, that's what I'm going to do.

On another note, is it that hard to read the paper? The 2 for 1 offer is optional, I posted about collecting 4 tokens for free entry. If you all have tokens you can all go free. Simple!:)
#20
Thanks fryster...bought a few copys this morning as my daughter wants to go with her friends..it would cost a fortune otherwise...
#21
pudding
I don't know if your reading the same paper as me but it is a FREE ticket..The 2 for 1 is an option also at the bottom of the paper...
"To claim your FREE ticket collect four differently numbered tokens from the ones we will print until friday.Token 1 is on the left"
What is there to understand it's a free ticket just buy the paper for 4 days..It's not BOGOF..They just have that option for you if you want to use that instead of collecting everyday


I guess the average Sun reader will struggle to understand how the offer works, so hopefully it won't be too busy.

I'm picking up about 10 copies, 4 for my family, 2 for my mum and dad, and then another four to go to Thorpe Park as well as Chessington. £2/day * 4 = £8, not bad!
#22
dudedude
I guess the average Sun reader will struggle to understand how the offer works, so hopefully it won't be too busy.

!


NOW THAT made me lol!
#23
I just got another 3 copy's so i can take them to tussauds too combined with the £1 hoxton room....My kids will Love me
#24
"I guess the average Sun reader will struggle to understand how the offer works, so hopefully it won't be too busy."

No no no! It'll be packed full of screaching chavs smoking 'draw' with their kids in push chairs sucking on sausage rolls!
I paid full price to go to Alton Towers once and it was on the same day as the Scum readers were talking advantage of their free tickets. Never again.

In fact this thread has brought it all back to me, I'm shaking now.
#25
I went to Thorpe park last Monday and it was empty. No Queues at all.. Amazing!
#26
robot1000
I went to Thorpe park last Monday and it was empty. No Queues at all.. Amazing!


It used to be great in the old days, possibly before Tussards got their hands on Alton Towers. During off peak times there would be no queues for any rides, you could walk straight on, even Nemesis.
But these days with a better business plan, they know when the off peak days are and churn out all these offers to fill the place with C2DE social groups who they know will spend £'s in all the fast food places and dump a wad of money in the arcade machines.
#27
Mepmoop
"I guess the average Sun reader will struggle to understand how the offer works, so hopefully it won't be too busy."

No no no! It'll be packed full of screaching chavs smoking 'draw' with their kids in push chairs sucking on sausage rolls!
I paid full price to go to Alton Towers once and it was on the same day as the Scum readers were talking advantage of their free tickets. Never again.

In fact this thread has brought it all back to me, I'm shaking now.


Chessington shouldn't be so bad - it's a kiddy park.... It's in Surrey too, though sadly there's not a chavclusion zone around it.... I'm thinking Thorpe Park might be pretty chavvy though, especially with 'Fright Night' going on.
#28
@ Mepmoop

What are you then ? a middle class goon who stereotypes all who don't fit in with your abstract view on life.

Tut tut.
#29
Likely2
@ Mepmoop

What are you then ? a middle class goon who stereotypes all who don't fit in with your abstract view on life.

Tut tut.


Stereotypes are generally based on reality, don't see many men in suits in arcades do you.
#30
The chav talk is enough to put me off this deal :) eurgh why to they exist...!!
#31
Mepmoop
It used to be great in the old days, possibly before Tussards got their hands on Alton Towers. During off peak times there would be no queues for any rides, you could walk straight on, even Nemesis.
But these days with a better business plan, they know when the off peak days are and churn out all these offers to fill the place with C2DE social groups who they know will spend £'s in all the fast food places and dump a wad of money in the arcade machines.


tis true, the middle class Telegraph readers would pack lunches from home, and tell their kids NO, not much profit to be made from them.
banned#32
Spot the chav...
#33
great deal, but will the application form be included on a separate day so you have to purchase all 5 (mon-fri) instead of 4 ?
#34
Well, middle class laziness stops me from packing a picnic, although my middle class sensibilities stop me paying £5 for a dodgy burger. However, if I see a Time Crisis 2 machine, pound coins literally jump from my pockets...

Any idea which of the theme parks would be most fun for me at 7 months pregnant and unwelcome on the fun rides? Alternatively, I might just go to Tussauds and get £1 Megabus tickets...nothing like a bargain day out! :thumbsup:
#35
Just to confirm is this a FREE VOUCHER and not BOGOF?
#36
Mr Hunter
Just to confirm this is FREE VOUCHER and not BOGOF?

no, no, no, no, no, no, no.... YES!!!
#37
Just to confirm if it even needs to be. Just get 4 tokens and you get FREE ENTRY. I done this last year and went to tussauds for a £1, so did my gf and we used a BOGOF voucher for my parents.

all in all we paid £27 when the entry is a stagering £25 each.
#38
Oh, and I haven't checked the others, but if you cannot face buying a copy of the Sun... go to the Tussauds website and book online for half price tickets. :thumbsup:
#39
hmm, went out and bought 8 copies of The Scum today.

Not that happy with it though, there's no t&cs printed, so no way of knowing when the vouchers will be valid - the actual voucher you need will be 'later this week' (no telling when).

So you have to start buying The Scum now, only to find on Friday that it's only valid on one midweek day in October :-(

I really would like to know the proper details for valid days... I hope I don't get conned, but there's no telling yet.
#40
Fluff
Well, middle class laziness stops me from packing a picnic, although my middle class sensibilities stop me paying £5 for a dodgy burger. However, if I see a Time Crisis 2 machine, pound coins literally jump from my pockets...

Any idea which of the theme parks would be most fun for me at 7 months pregnant and unwelcome on the fun rides?:


Chessington definitely, because of the zoo

You could go on the bubbleworks ride and a few others I guess

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