Half price adult/child ticket for Legoland/Chessington/Thorpe park with purchase of single packet of Walkers Quavers crisps - HotUKDeals
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Walkers Quavers deal... legoland and various uk theme parks tickets for half price. Buy single packet of quavers with half price deal detailed on it and get a child or adult ticket for half price when presented at entrance. Not available to use online. Used deal today so know it works. Nectar points cannot be used in conjunction with deal.
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#1
can you use more than 1 per transaction
1 Like #2
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?
1 Like #3
posting = paying - stupid auto correction.
#4
Is this a half price ticket or do you need a full paying adult to use it?

If it is a half price standalone ticket and you can use multiple tickets then it's great for "odd" numbered families 2 adults and 1 child in my case.
#5
eerrrm actually how much is a ticket? ?
#6
I gave my packet of crisps at entrance so don't know how many can be used per transaction. sorry.

I had two adult tickets from the sun deal and used the packet of quavers to get my child's ticket for £20 instead of £40, plus £4 for parking, so cheap day out. I don't think deal will be on multipacks. I got a single packet from sainsburys, hope you manage to find one if you need cheap ticket.
1 Like #7
To clear up any confusion the packet of crisps is 55p, but using this will cut whatever ticket you are buying down to half price. You don't need to buy a child's ticket to get adult ticket free or vice versa, so yes it's excellent for odd numbered families......alternatively if you can't get the quavers packet but need a cheap ticket then it's cheaper to book online a week in advance than to pay at the entrance at both legoland and Chessington, ......also while on the subject.... for any parents going Chessington,check the website as they do a combined ticket for 1parent and 1toddler together costing only £20!
#8
To clear up any confusion the packet of crisps is 55p, but using this will cut whatever ticket you are buying down to half price. You don't need to buy a child's ticket to get adult ticket free or vice versa, so yes it's excellent for odd numbered families,alternatively if you can't get the quavers packet but need a cheap ticket then it's cheaper to book online a week in advance than to pay at the entrance at both Legoland and chessington, also while on the subject,for any parents going chessington,check the website as they do a combined ticket for 1parent and 1toddler together costing only £20!
#9
Blueta.....in answer to your question, it's roughly the same cost, works ok if you do actually need 4 tickets. I only needed the one, so this quavers deal was cheaper.
#10
Blueta in answer to your question, it's roughly the same cost, works ok if you do actually need 4 tickets. I only needed the one, so this quavers deal was cheaper.
#11
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?

The Kellogs offer expired on 30th June.
#12
trs020382
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?

The Kellogs offer expired on 30th June.

You missed out the year - 2015!

Kellogg's offer is good for another 12 months

Enjoy!
1 Like #13
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?

The downside with any of these offers is that you can't book online in advance, which is cheaper than the on-the-day price. So do work it out fully as when I wanted to go previously at peak time using the Kellogg offer, it didn't work out that much cheaper than booking online in advance and not worrying about getting in etc.
#14
Hi which shop is selling these quaver packets? Thx
#15
Rickardo
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?
The downside with any of these offers is that you can't book online in advance, which is cheaper than the on-the-day price. So do work it out fully as when I wanted to go previously at peak time using the Kellogg offer, it didn't work out that much cheaper than booking online in advance and not worrying about getting in etc.

If you pre-pay can you jump the queue? they are doing 30% off if you pre-pay, and would happily pay a tad more if I get to jump the queue.


Edited By: bluetba on Jul 04, 2014 11:33
#16
Macdory
trs020382
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?

The Kellogs offer expired on 30th June.

You missed out the year - 2015!

Kellogg's offer is good for another 12 months

Enjoy!

A guy at work bought two boxes from Tesco yesterday, and the vouchers expired 30th June 2014
#17
I have 2 free tickets from the Sun Newspaper and have an adult/child goes free with any other paying adult or child. Can i use the Quavers offer in conjunction with the offers i have already?
#18
Great deal for groups with odd people
#19
trs020382
Macdory
trs020382
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?

The Kellogs offer expired on 30th June.

You missed out the year - 2015!

Kellogg's offer is good for another 12 months

Enjoy!

A guy at work bought two boxes from Tesco yesterday, and the vouchers expired 30th June 2014

That's Tesco's for you I guess - Crunchie Nut in the cupboard from Waitrose is 2015 :)
#20
ibutt
Hi which shop is selling these quaver packets? Thx
found them in sainsburys uxbridge road
#21
Ravv
ibutt
Hi which shop is selling these quaver packets? Thx
found them in sainsburys uxbridge road
slough sainsburys
#22
Nikki020474
I have 2 free tickets from the Sun Newspaper and have an adult/child goes free with any other paying adult or child. Can i use the Quavers offer in conjunction with the offers i have already?
yes that's what I did myself
#23
bluetba
Rickardo
bluetba
too early to do the maths, so anybody up to it - kellogs are doing free adult with every posting child, crunchy nut are £1.50 so £3 for two free adults with two paying children - which way is better?
The downside with any of these offers is that you can't book online in advance, which is cheaper than the on-the-day price. So do work it out fully as when I wanted to go previously at peak time using the Kellogg offer, it didn't work out that much cheaper than booking online in advance and not worrying about getting in etc.


If you have a sun ticket or pre pay online and print off.... I believe you head straight for the turnstiles as this is what others were doing....and present tickets to staff there.........I got there jus as legoland opened so queues were small, using the quavers deal you have to queue up, but can be bought even if have additional sun tickets etc, just can't use nectar card...


If you pre-pay can you jump the queue? they are doing 30% off if you pre-pay, and would happily pay a tad more if I get to jump the queue.

#24
Nikki020474
I have 2 free tickets from the Sun Newspaper and have an adult/child goes free with any other paying adult or child. Can i use the Quavers offer in conjunction with the offers i have already?
sorry misread....I don't know if can use quavers deal with the buy one get one free deal,had two sun tickets and purchased a child ticket with quavers deal, don't know if quavers and buy one get one free allowed at same time, best thing to do is let another adult going purchase the other deal at a separate queue, if it's extra person is a child then obviously that idea wouldn't work, sorry bit if an unhelpful reply
#25
does anyone know if this is still running?
#26
I collect tokens for Chessington adventure , 2 free tickets for my grandaughter , when I phoned up
the sun to find out why I havnt received them , I was told to look on here ?? How do I check ?? S moran
#27
Does anybody know if these vouchers can only be used for 1-day tickets or can they also be used for 2-day tickets? We are planning on going for 2 days (could always take enough packets to cover two sets of 1-day tickets, but that works out a bit more)...
#28
Sorry don't know the answer to this, all I know it was half price of whatever ticket you bought adult or child, unsure about multiple days, also not sure if these packets are still available, was a few weeks ago when I found them
#29
scannell
does anyone know if this is still running?
i will check for packets next time am in sainsburys
#30
ellalouise
I collect tokens for Chessington adventure , 2 free tickets for my grandaughter , when I phoned up
the sun to find out why I havnt received them , I was told to look on here ?? How do I check ?? S moran
if you sent off tokens you should have received the tickets, don't see why you wouldn't. However when you sent them if there was no stamped addressed envelope included or if you made a mistake on the application form they may reject your collection, but no one should be telling you to look on this site, very unprofessional of the sun team in my opinion. Also if you missed the deadline they may reject your application. Heard hotukdealer say Thorpe park tickets can be collected now so may wanna try for those.
#31
Does anyone know if you can use these at thorpe park for fright night? Or are these vouchers not accepted for that.. Thank you

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