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Dads go FREE Fathers Day Weekend / BOTH Grandparents go FREE Grandparents Day Weekend @ Gullivers World (+ You can Book Online) + others in comments

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Just spotted this and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones. (have posted a few more Fathers Go Free offers to other places in 1st post) Father's Day Weekend, 18th-19th June 2016
wishihadadonkey Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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I thought the idea of Father's Day is for children to show appreciation of their Dad - not for fathers to be dragged along to a theme park aimed at children.
Rubisco
Is this park true to the book, do you enter as a cheery optimist and leave as a pompous misanthrope?


​At a tourist attraction, on a weekend, with a free entry promotion? I'd likely leave a convicted murderer, never mind a pompous misanthrope...
Add blackpool pleasure beach to your list
Blackpool Pleasure Beach have a special treat for all you dads! To celebrate all the hard work you do all year round, we're giving each and every dad free entry to the park on Father's Day, Sunday 19th June!

To take advantage of this offer head to our website and add the wristbands to your basket, at the checkout stage enter promo code DAD16*

*Only valid on adult wristbands in even integers. Must be booked online up until midnight the night before your visit. Valid on gate priced wristbands, not online priced wristbands. Gate priced adult wristbands £30.00


Edited By: ding on Jun 17, 2016 12:33
My children really enjoyed Gulliver's Matlock when younger, it is very hilly though, so unfit dads and grandparents might struggle.
dezontk
Lol "Grandparents Day". Whatever next.

Hot.


'​4 kids from 4 different Fathers Day'
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Gullivers Tickets just £9.00 each! (7th & 8th May) - Just donate a food item

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Not bad weather this weekend either! (Warrington / Milton Keynes & Matlock Bath) Basically, book online, bring your booking confirmation and a food item We have thousands of £9 theme park ticket…
goonertillidie Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago20 Comments
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Its going to be rammed with the good weather
Yes you were right , after most rides 35-45 minutes wait , was v hot indeed , but the food donation is a great idea .
Had a great day out in mk
dafunq
MayorWest
Tory Britain, where people in a first world country need to use the charity of the public to fill their stomachs.
Shameful.
​You think we're a 1st world country? :{
How very mistaken you are!

You very much are a first world country, until you lived somewhere else and have experienced what a non first world country looks like you have no right complaining.

I am from a so called "second world" country and our average salary is 6 time lower than in UK and your cost of living is only about 1.5 times of ours. So try imagining you quarter your salary and live on that, if you experience that you might get a feeling how a first world country does not look like.

UK has problems and has bad social policies which lead to it some not having their basic needs met, but that is a policy problem and a very capitalistic approach. I also assure you that even homeless people are far better of. But it is still a rich country when compared to 95% of the rest of the world.
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How long has there been a Gullivers at Bath?X) I've been to the one at Matlock, good deal, heat.
There isn't one in bath. Matlock is actually called 'Matlock Bath'

This is not quite correct.'Matlock' and 'Matlock Bath' are 2 separate places.


Oops sorry
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How long has there been a Gullivers at Bath?X) I've been to the one at Matlock, good deal, heat.
There isn't one in bath. Matlock is actually called 'Matlock Bath'

This is not quite correct.'Matlock' and 'Matlock Bath' are 2 separate places.
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Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend, 5th-6th March 2016 @ Gulliver's World (Worth £12.00)

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Every Mum during Mother's Day Weekend, 5th-6th March 2016 gets FREE ENTRY into the park throughout Mother’s Day Weekend; when accompanied by one full paying person (Well it's not much of a gift if she…
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PLEASE STOP TROLLING MY THREAD WITH YOUR AGENDA!
It seems you are blind. Women get free entry and not men.
This is clearly sexist.
You do not own this site and cannot tell others what to do.
You cannot shut down opposing views.
If you do not like comments, do not respond.
Surely you can work it out.
So blind people cannot understand whats being said then?.... Sounds a little ableist to me.
It's not sexist anymore than it is discriminating against people who don't have children.
It is a Mother's Day deal, and they also offer a Father's Day deal so men and women are being treated as equally as each other.
I clearly don't own this site, but this is my thread and everything that is said comes directly into my inbox, so when I see someone clearly goading people into a response I will say something.
You say I cannot shut down opposing views, and I don't believe I have. I let you say exactly what you wanted in this thread, and I only took objection when you started putting words into people's mouths in a clear attempt to draw out an argument.... this is trolling and I won't sit by and see it happening within my thread without calling you out on it.
This is thread is nothing to do with nightclubs and free drinks.
The state pension age disparity is another issue that has nothing to do with this thread, and as far as I know that is an issue that has already been addressed by society; in so much that from 2020, both men and women's state pension age will be 66.
As for women living longer than men not being fair.... are you for real? Blame your biology and lifestyle for that one!
As for the bit about women say and men day... I have no clue what your talking about.
Then you say I am promoting discrimation...... (*sighs*) Really? Am I?
There was me just thinking I was listing a deal for a family day out that would let mums in for free on their 'special' day of the year.






Edited By: PrincessJellybean on Feb 25, 2016 22:58
PrincessJellybean

PLEASE STOP TROLLING MY THREAD WITH YOUR AGENDA!
It seems you are blind. Women get free entry and not men.
This is clearly sexist.
You do not own this site and cannot tell others what to do.
You cannot shut down opposing views.
If you do not like comments, do not respond.
Surely you can work it out.

Edited By: Common Sense on Feb 25, 2016 21:20
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They don't check that they're mothers because the day celebrates any motherly figure you want to. It's not sexist, maybe if they didn't offer one for men later in the year but they do! You're just being grumpy and picky get over yourself.
I am not being grumpy. I point out discrimination. The next thing you will say it is acceptable for women to get free entry to night clubs and get a free drink and not men. Blatant sexism.
The next thing you will say women were getting pensions earlier than men and live longer and this is fair.
You will say is okay to have woman's say and not men day.
Your simply promote discrimination.
You are now putting words into people's mouths and are clearly looking to cause trouble.
You are doing nothing for the 'cause' you claim to support.
This is not a sexist post, and I have seen nothing sexist said.
PLEASE STOP TROLLING MY THREAD WITH YOUR AGENDA!
paulagrimes

They don't check that they're mothers because the day celebrates any motherly figure you want to. It's not sexist, maybe if they didn't offer one for men later in the year but they do! You're just being grumpy and picky get over yourself.

I am not being grumpy. I point out discrimination. The next thing you will say it is acceptable for women to get free entry to night clubs and get a free drink and not men. Blatant sexism.
The next thing you will say women were getting pensions earlier than men and live longer and this is fair.
You will say is okay to have woman's say and not men day.
Your simply promote discrimination.
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Loads of rides for kids as someone said....
Great way to show you apprechiate all your mother does give the kids a treat and the mum can stand in the cold and rain or go on a ride...... Thinking better ways to show your appreciation
I posted this deal on the basis of 'happy kids generally means happy mums', and its a family day out. Dunno....
In fairness I did try and balance this whole issue out with the post I did after this; which was the Eden Project deal.... free entry and a free cupcake for mums or grans.... I think that one is an ace deal, but for some reason it hasn't even been half as popular as this deal. :|
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mum-gran-get-free-worth-18-25-get-a-free-cupcake-mother-s-day-march-6th-2016-eden-2399852

Edited By: PrincessJellybean on Feb 24, 2016 14:13
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Loads of different offers for Gullivers World at all 3 locations. Up to 93% off tickets. £1.00

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Had an email which links loads of different voucher codes to use at gullivers world. You have until the 19th of July to book. Some are child tickets from £1 to £10 on different dates in August. One…
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Click on the 100 awesome offers on the website - lots of cheaper tickets selling out now.
Cold, link doesnt work
hi i cant find this on website tried directly and through the link posted help
mummyhughes12
How do you get two adults and a child for £17?!


​I said one adult and two children for £17. :)
How do you get two adults and a child for £17?!
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Family Ticket to Gullivers World just £37.00 or single tickets £10 each on 3rd/4th/5th/6th July

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Gullivers World tickets are £10 this weekend or £37 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). Family tickets are usually £59.95 so you can save quite a bit! This year marks the 37th Birthday
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i dont really criticise many places...
but this was hell on earth, was so run down, lots of attractions closed making larger queues for what was left, got a meal deal and no where could honour it as they had ran it on most items listed, scorching hot day and they had even ran out of water, then the one kiosk we found with water- it hadnt been refrigerated,
this is probably the only place i advise my friends and family to avoid,
i even spent over an hour in a queue to complain..
Clearly people aren't bothered whether they keep their legs or not (_;)
Excellent selection of rides for under 10's and generally no queues. Certainly better than Alton Towers for young children

Food is very poor so take a packed lunch
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MAdam98
Hmm. Dodgy theme parks. Not sure
gullivers world is brill for the little kiddies :)

Not for mine it wasn't.
It's people wanting Disneyland for a tenner, it's really good for little kids. Lots of rides, so not huge queues. Try queueing for an hour to go on Iggle Piggles Boat Ride at Alton Towers with two toddlers and then decide which you think is better.
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1 Night at Gullivers Hotel + Movie night + Milk & Cookies + Breakfast + Tickets to park from £32.25pp @ Gullivers Theme Park £129.00

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checked some dates and this includes all above for £129 = £32.25pp I've based this on a family of four but could work out cheaper. 24th,25th,26th,27th,28th,29th,30th,31st May 10th,11th,12th,17t…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago20 Comments
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coming to £125?
KittyKate
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I've been the Warrington one before. It's horrible. The people who were visiting the park were really horrible. Somebody child was running around the soft play area naked the decided to have a poo on the top level. My children were horrified. Half the rides weren't working and the ones that were weren't worth going on. Also appearance was very run down, dirty and needs a lot of work. I put a complaint in on the day but never heard back. I would never return to this park again.
I totally agree - horrible, dirty rundown park, half the rides don't work or are boarded up, every single food place sold stinking cheap fried food and there are no shops to grab a sandwich or a drink nor are there any places which accept card so you basically have to carry a picnic with you if you don't want to eat chips cooked in old fat by a sweating chef (ugh). The loos were disgusting and the staff fed up, the best part of the day was leaving after an hour - thank goodness we only paid £9 per person. Never again! You would have to pay me to try the hotel or the pool, sorry OP haven't voted either way but for the money I'd rather do a Bogof deal to Alton Towers or a night at the seaside (can recommend inn on the prom St Anne's we go there a lot for the same price and have a lovely time)
I can also recommend near there the delmeny hotel in st Anne's it's a very nice place

Edited By: rdbradshaw on Jun 13, 2015 12:15
Coming up at £149??? Help plz someone..;)
We went at Christmas and had a great time. Food is basic but if you have young ones and just want fun,it's fine
Thanks for this, we've booked, we've stayed here before when it just opened and had a lovely time, the park is great for younger children
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Gullivers World - Warrington -Royal Baby deal £8.03

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Gullivers World are offering entry reduced ticket prices 'til the end of May - get in for the weight of the new princess.
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I have brought Family of 5 tickets for wrong date if anyone interested I will give it away for reasonable price.
2 Adults and 3 children tickets for 16th of May ( weather forecast shows nice sunny day)

I'd be interested if you are local
I have brought Family of 5 tickets for wrong date if anyone interested I will give it away for reasonable price.
2 Adults and 3 children tickets for 16th of May ( weather forecast shows nice sunny day)
does anyone know if you can book a ticket and then go on ANYDAY that's good weather wise as it seems you have to choose the day aswell so not much choice
Its pretty good if you have a couple of kids, there aren't that many discounts for gullivers
£38 instead of 45, sod that.
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90% off during solar eclipse at the SFEAR at gullivers kingdom £1.50 with code (Tickets on sale Friday AM)

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While 90% of the sun is blocked, we’re blocking 90% off the entrance price to the SFEAR, the ultimate indoor hi-lo ropes attraction. Two hundred tickets priced at just £1.50 will go on sale betwee…
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I think this is just for Milton Keynes
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Mums go FREE on Mothers Day weekend / Dads go FREE Fathers Day weekend / BOTH Grandparents go FREE Grandparents Day weekend @ Gullivers World

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Just spotted this and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out if you are a Mum/Dad/Grandparent with little ones. Treat your mum this Mother’s Day to a fantastic family day out. To make it extr…
andywedge Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago20 Comments
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Where is it £9.95? When I go to the website it says it's £12
how do you book these online?
Does anyone know which park is the 'best' out of the 3?



Edited By: funkyfish586 on Jan 26, 2015 08:55: More detail
hartdave
what about great grandparents
They would also be grandparents! !
banned
Cold! It's not fair on others.
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See Santa next Christmas plus meal and rides at half price - Gullivers - £9.95

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For those with kids, this is a good package for next Chistmas. We booked last New Years Eve and although cold and admittedly there were a few queues, for the money you really couldn't fault it AND The…
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Fantastic booked...
heat
Booked! Thanks OP :-)
Thank you, ordered for five of us :-) quite excited already lol love having things to look forward to :-))
Nice one - ordered again for 2015.
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Gullivers Theme Parks - £9.00 Entrance Fee this weekend at Warrington, Matlock Bath & Milton Keynes - supporting Trussell Trust Foodbanks Charity

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Don’t miss out on the chance to get hold of theme park tickets for just £9! Book online for Saturday 4th or Sunday 5th October 2014 and simply bring along a food item to donate to our food bank whe…
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"Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to help support local people in crisis" = Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to allow feckless people to free up more money to be blown on fags/ Sky/ Beer/ gambling/ iPhone6 etc.

It pains me to say it, but I actually agree with Edwina Curry on this one (horrible woman that she is), food banks (on the whole) create problems as they allow people to mess up their priorities. We weren't rich by any means when I was a kid, but we survived, my parents made sure I had a roof over my head, heat, food and clothing (albeit Puma trainers). Many people nowadays EXPECT the things that everyone else works hard for, but they don't want to work.

Having worked in housing, I can tell you that benefits in this country are VERY generous and can easily support a family IF they manage their money. There is no need for food banks end of.

Wow.... you really do have a huge problem with food banks don't you?.. You had the same argument when a similar deal was posted just over 4 months ago.. We've heard you, lighten up, this is about a family day out...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gullivers-land-food-bank-weekend-9-1897526

Eeerrr.... who appointed you as the HUKD police??? My opinion is the same because its unchanged, if you have a problem with that, tough. You say I need to lighten up, well I'm not the one stalking other members.... weirdo :)

Haha... I actually agree with SOME of what you say but to be honest, you're boring me now. I saw your comments on the other deal as I was searching to see if anyone had already posted this one. I recognised your name & your opinions instantly. Enough said. :p xxx

So you're telling me now that you take it upon yourself to check EVERY deal to see if already been posted before and read all the comments?! Dude, you need to find a new hobby!!! :)

Look, its really simple, if you don't like to read my comments, hit the "ignore" button, its not hard and trust me, I wont be offended. However, just because you take it upon yourself to research deals, many (I'd guess 99.9999999%) of people wont share your love of HUKD History and will not have read my comments before.

Regardless, they are my opinion and the last I knew, I was still allowed to have them and was similarly authorised to share them. If they disagree with yours, hey that's cool, we can disagree, its what adults do, but we really don't need a self appointed Kim Jong Un dictating what can and can't be said.

If you REALLY disagree with what I have said, report it and let the mods decide that's what they're there for ;)

Dude, you can't post a deal twice or it gets removed so it makes sense to check that it hasn't already been posted.... I reiterate, enough said xxx Ps, I don't want to 'ignore' you, you're making me laugh too much :D

Please don't try to insult my intelligence, you're not that good at it! It's not an issue to check to see if something's been posted before, but it would have been blatantly apparent from the first screen that it was last posted ages ago so you would still have no need to go reading the posts, that's just a little bit... sad :)
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"Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to help support local people in crisis" = Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to allow feckless people to free up more money to be blown on fags/ Sky/ Beer/ gambling/ iPhone6 etc.

It pains me to say it, but I actually agree with Edwina Curry on this one (horrible woman that she is), food banks (on the whole) create problems as they allow people to mess up their priorities. We weren't rich by any means when I was a kid, but we survived, my parents made sure I had a roof over my head, heat, food and clothing (albeit Puma trainers). Many people nowadays EXPECT the things that everyone else works hard for, but they don't want to work.

Having worked in housing, I can tell you that benefits in this country are VERY generous and can easily support a family IF they manage their money. There is no need for food banks end of.

Wow.... you really do have a huge problem with food banks don't you?.. You had the same argument when a similar deal was posted just over 4 months ago.. We've heard you, lighten up, this is about a family day out...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gullivers-land-food-bank-weekend-9-1897526

Eeerrr.... who appointed you as the HUKD police??? My opinion is the same because its unchanged, if you have a problem with that, tough. You say I need to lighten up, well I'm not the one stalking other members.... weirdo :)

Haha... I actually agree with SOME of what you say but to be honest, you're boring me now. I saw your comments on the other deal as I was searching to see if anyone had already posted this one. I recognised your name & your opinions instantly. Enough said. :p xxx

So you're telling me now that you take it upon yourself to check EVERY deal to see if already been posted before and read all the comments?! Dude, you need to find a new hobby!!! :)

Look, its really simple, if you don't like to read my comments, hit the "ignore" button, its not hard and trust me, I wont be offended. However, just because you take it upon yourself to research deals, many (I'd guess 99.9999999%) of people wont share your love of HUKD History and will not have read my comments before.

Regardless, they are my opinion and the last I knew, I was still allowed to have them and was similarly authorised to share them. If they disagree with yours, hey that's cool, we can disagree, its what adults do, but we really don't need a self appointed Kim Jong Un dictating what can and can't be said.

If you REALLY disagree with what I have said, report it and let the mods decide that's what they're there for ;)

Dude, you can't post a deal twice or it gets removed so it makes sense to check that it hasn't already been posted.... I reiterate, enough said xxx Ps, I don't want to 'ignore' you, you're making me laugh too much :D

Please don't try to insult my intelligence, you're not that good at it! It's not an issue to check to see if something's been posted before, but it would have been blatantly apparent from the first screen that it was last posted ages ago so you would still have no need to go reading the posts, that's just a little bit... sad :)
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"Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to help support local people in crisis" = Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to allow feckless people to free up more money to be blown on fags/ Sky/ Beer/ gambling/ iPhone6 etc.

It pains me to say it, but I actually agree with Edwina Curry on this one (horrible woman that she is), food banks (on the whole) create problems as they allow people to mess up their priorities. We weren't rich by any means when I was a kid, but we survived, my parents made sure I had a roof over my head, heat, food and clothing (albeit Puma trainers). Many people nowadays EXPECT the things that everyone else works hard for, but they don't want to work.

Having worked in housing, I can tell you that benefits in this country are VERY generous and can easily support a family IF they manage their money. There is no need for food banks end of.

Wow.... you really do have a huge problem with food banks don't you?.. You had the same argument when a similar deal was posted just over 4 months ago.. We've heard you, lighten up, this is about a family day out...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gullivers-land-food-bank-weekend-9-1897526

Eeerrr.... who appointed you as the HUKD police??? My opinion is the same because its unchanged, if you have a problem with that, tough. You say I need to lighten up, well I'm not the one stalking other members.... weirdo :)

Haha... I actually agree with SOME of what you say but to be honest, you're boring me now. I saw your comments on the other deal as I was searching to see if anyone had already posted this one. I recognised your name & your opinions instantly. Enough said. :p xxx

So you're telling me now that you take it upon yourself to check EVERY deal to see if already been posted before and read all the comments?! Dude, you need to find a new hobby!!! :)

Look, its really simple, if you don't like to read my comments, hit the "ignore" button, its not hard and trust me, I wont be offended. However, just because you take it upon yourself to research deals, many (I'd guess 99.9999999%) of people wont share your love of HUKD History and will not have read my comments before.

Regardless, they are my opinion and the last I knew, I was still allowed to have them and was similarly authorised to share them. If they disagree with yours, hey that's cool, we can disagree, its what adults do, but we really don't need a self appointed Kim Jong Un dictating what can and can't be said.

If you REALLY disagree with what I have said, report it and let the mods decide that's what they're there for ;)

Dude, you can't post a deal twice or it gets removed so it makes sense to check that it hasn't already been posted.... I reiterate, enough said xxx Ps, I don't want to 'ignore' you, you're making me laugh too much :D
NASHJ
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"Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to help support local people in crisis" = Your donation will be sent to Trussell Trust Foodbanks to allow feckless people to free up more money to be blown on fags/ Sky/ Beer/ gambling/ iPhone6 etc.

It pains me to say it, but I actually agree with Edwina Curry on this one (horrible woman that she is), food banks (on the whole) create problems as they allow people to mess up their priorities. We weren't rich by any means when I was a kid, but we survived, my parents made sure I had a roof over my head, heat, food and clothing (albeit Puma trainers). Many people nowadays EXPECT the things that everyone else works hard for, but they don't want to work.

Having worked in housing, I can tell you that benefits in this country are VERY generous and can easily support a family IF they manage their money. There is no need for food banks end of.

Wow.... you really do have a huge problem with food banks don't you?.. You had the same argument when a similar deal was posted just over 4 months ago.. We've heard you, lighten up, this is about a family day out...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gullivers-land-food-bank-weekend-9-1897526

Eeerrr.... who appointed you as the HUKD police??? My opinion is the same because its unchanged, if you have a problem with that, tough. You say I need to lighten up, well I'm not the one stalking other members.... weirdo :)

Haha... I actually agree with SOME of what you say but to be honest, you're boring me now. I saw your comments on the other deal as I was searching to see if anyone had already posted this one. I recognised your name & your opinions instantly. Enough said. :p xxx

So you're telling me now that you take it upon yourself to check EVERY deal to see if already been posted before and read all the comments?! Dude, you need to find a new hobby!!! :)

Look, its really simple, if you don't like to read my comments, hit the "ignore" button, its not hard and trust me, I wont be offended. However, just because you take it upon yourself to research deals, many (I'd guess 99.9999999%) of people wont share your love of HUKD History and will not have read my comments before.

Regardless, they are my opinion and the last I knew, I was still allowed to have them and was similarly authorised to share them. If they disagree with yours, hey that's cool, we can disagree, its what adults do, but we really don't need a self appointed Kim Jong Un dictating what can and can't be said.

If you REALLY disagree with what I have said, report it and let the mods decide that's what they're there for ;)


Edited By: frakison on Oct 01, 2014 17:46
heat added, thanks op
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Sponsored walk at Gullivers World for £2.00 each on 25/09. For the under 5's 'Toddler Plod' includes selected rides and attractions.

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Had an email about a sponsored walk at Gullivers World on the 25th September. You book online and can download a sponsorship form which raises funds for POD - http://www.podchildrenscharity.com/. I…
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Gullivers world extravaganza christmas package , £76.00 for 2x adults & 2 x children (over 90cm)

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Get 20% of Christmas bookings up until the 18th December 2014! Simply enter the code FROST20 at step 3 of the booking process. (Must be booked by the 30th September 2014) . There are various packa…
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I look after a 36 yr old man with learning difficulties who looks forward to the Xmas package every year at Warrington, 2 years ago my wife and I were followed by security men with the person I look after and were interrogated by them as they could not understand why we had no children, even tho he has the learning capacity of a child.... After being questioned and explaining the situation, we were told we must not visit the park again, due to the fact we had no children, even though we paid for 3 full price adults, he was left very upset by the experience, we would never visit this park again.... At least the American Theme parks are understanding of those people with disabilities and go out of there way to ensure 'All' people enjoy themselves!
I hate to say it but this was 30% off up until the end of last month! The other poster who mentioned about Matlock being near vertical is right but it is pretty. That's the one we're going to.
I went to the one in Milton Keynes and it was a great day out! Anyone been to the Christmas theme b4??
if you go to the one in matlock , dont go when the weathers icy ! you will never get up , you have to be a mountain goat to get up the hill X)
Same here, half the rides were closed at Warrington and I thought it was poor value for money. Will try farmer Ted's this year
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2 free Grandparents with 1 full paying child at Gullivers World 6th-7th Sept £15.00

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As the title says, you get 2 Grandparents in free for Gullivers World when you pay for one child's ticket which is £15 online. Don't add the adult tickets onto the online booking, just the child/ren.
imafruitbasket Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago14 Comments
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OK for a day out with the kids
Anyone know if/when there is going to be a deal on the christmas tickets - i'm sure it was about this time last year.
Zef
gullivers land any good?? never been there.....
Even if you go in the school holidays there are hardly any queues. Quite often you can stay on the rides.
We visit the Matlock Bath one a couple of times a year.
Zef
gullivers land any good?? never been there.....

Good for young kids (3-10).

There's plenty of rides and things to do.

It's a bit run down in places but the kids don't notice that.
great for small children age 4 to about 13 ish great day out best park we've been to hope it helps
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Gullivers Theme Park Tickets for £8.00

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On Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th July you can get tickets into theme park for only £8 each. You must bring a love heart sweet with you to use this offer. Available at all three of Gullivers parks. I'…
angelaglenrothes Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago11 Comments
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Any preschooler around, next Friday is their preschooler day where a group of min 5 adults pay £9.95 per ticket but all under-5s go in free. At least in Warrington. Pre-booking at least 2 days in advance on phone booking line. If there are only 3 of you say, still cheaper than booking standard online tickets.
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There's not that much at Gullivers TBH. They offer a massive discount after 3pm every day (around £7 I think). I find it's best to go late on a day they don't have offers on, then you just have the place to yourself.
Is this on their website anywhere?Open til 5pm most of the Summer Holidays.Is c2hrs enough to get round most of the rides?

I found they don't advertise this, but it is on their boards near the desks in Warrington. 2 hours is plenty. There are only around 4-5 good rides, myself and my daughter just went round and round on the wooden roller coaster, pirate ship and a newer one thats like a spinning disc/pirate ship. Went on all at least 4 times each
A good deal if you have younger children.
ijw0161
There's not that much at Gullivers TBH. They offer a massive discount after 3pm every day (around £7 I think). I find it's best to go late on a day they don't have offers on, then you just have the place to yourself.
Is this on their website anywhere?
Open til 5pm most of the Summer Holidays.
Is c2hrs enough to get round most of the rides?

Edited By: loofer on Jun 30, 2014 16:24
There's not that much at Gullivers TBH. They offer a massive discount after 3pm every day (around £7 I think). I find it's best to go late on a day they don't have offers on, then you just have the place to yourself.
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Gullivers Kingdom Matlock - ONLINE booking 28/06/14 £9.00 each

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Gullivers Kingdom Matlock - ONLINE booking 28/06/14 £9 each Usually £14 each
devil109 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago2 Comments
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Nice place and great for kids aged 4 to 10. Definitely not a place for obese folk/heart problems ect as there are a lot of very steep slopes to tackle.

Edited By: marty-401 on Jun 24, 2014 21:16: spellin
That's a good deal, but the forecast at the moment is for rain all day Saturday! :(
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Every Dad free entry when accompanied by one full paying person £15 (Father's Day Weekend 14th - 15th June) @ Gullivers World (MK, Warrington & Matlock)

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We are giving every Dad free entry to our theme parks when accompanied by one full paying person, valid only on Father’s Day Weekend. There will be plenty of great rides, attractions and shows for th…
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Another buy one get one free!!
and your point?
Another buy one get one free!!
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Warrington Gullivers World 7th & 8th June £9.00 tickets

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£9 tickets if booked online plus Ben & Holly (little kingdom) will be there!
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don't go on the cheap ticket day unless you want to queue long time for a ride, wold rather pay double the price on a quiet day

As a former national fairground inspector for HSE, all I will say is go to the Tussauds sites (Alton Towers etc) or your long standing local travelling fairs.

I'm confused - are you saying Gullivers is no good from a HSE perspective? Who is HSE?

https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=HSE&safe=active


Edited By: surcha on Jun 03, 2014 14:40
Henvig
gp2
don't go on the cheap ticket day unless you want to queue long time for a ride, wold rather pay double the price on a quiet day

As a former national fairground inspector for HSE, all I will say is go to the Tussauds sites (Alton Towers etc) or your long standing local travelling fairs.

I'm confused - are you saying Gullivers is no good from a HSE perspective? Who is HSE?
MrsFy
yozzas
I hate gullivers world .its the worst theme park in the country / world
dont go then
i gotta go as baby and mum want to go i myself care less for this place .
gp2
don't go on the cheap ticket day unless you want to queue long time for a ride, wold rather pay double the price on a quiet day

As a former national fairground inspector for HSE, all I will say is go to the Tussauds sites (Alton Towers etc) or your long standing local travelling fairs.
don't go on the cheap ticket day unless you want to queue long time for a ride, wold rather pay double the price on a quiet day
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1 nights stay at Gullivers Hotel + 1 day park tix from £119 / 2 nights from £139 including 1 day tix + 3rd day in splashzone (Family of four) [Both prices include breakfast & Milk & Cookies] @ GulliversFun (Warrington)

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Family of four classed as 2 adults / 2 Children Family of 5 or 1 adult & 3 children is also £169 Various dates from £119 for a family room likewise for the 2 nights - you can upgrade to a bigger…
goonertillidie Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago11 Comments
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Just phoned up and it is £139.00 PER NIGHT for that offer. Pity
Great price, shame we live 2 miles away or we would have done this
Just tried and it was £159 per night so it worked out to £318!!!
there are no 2 nights stay for this price. it is £139 per adult
Ive found the £119 for August

Hotel: Gullivers Hotel, Warrington

Arrive: August 05, 2014 Depart: August 06, 2014 Number Of Nights: 1
Number Of Persons: 2 Number Of Children: 2
Number Of Rooms: 1

Room 1: Family Double, Gully's Sleepover
Number Of Persons: 2 Number Of Children: 2



Total Charge: 119.00 GBP Details
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2 Grandparents get FREE ENTRY when accompanied by one full paying child @ Gullivers fun MK (6th - 7th Sept) £16.95

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Celebrate Grandparents Day Give the kid(s) to your grandparents on the weekend of the 6th - 7th of sept. You get peace and quiet and the kids get worn out all for £16.95 = WIN Just turn up on
goonertillidie Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago9 Comments
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I think it's diabolical that parents/grandparents have to pay such a high admission price anyway!
What if say your a grandparent whose only 30/40?? just wondering really because it would be pretty ageist if they refused on the basis of hair Colour or wrinkle count! Anyone read the smallprint?
I thought for a second that was Father Jack in the picture
My inlaws are booked to have my children that very wkend, how uncanny!! (And only 30 mins away from us too!!)
What's the country coming to, when kids pocket money is higher than the old age pension?oO