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1 night luxurious glamping with 2 days park entry plus splash zone & dinosaur park entry for upto 2 adults & 4 kids now £139 / £23.17 pp with code @ Little Bird

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Just been looking for few nights away as we aren't going on a holiday this year and saw this offer. It's good because it's not just the traditional 2 adults, 2 children combo so if you have more than Read More
Just been looking for few nights away as we aren't going on a holiday this year and saw this offer. It's good because it's not just the traditional 2 adults, 2 children combo so if you have more than
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s.c.h.o.o.l.h.o.l.i.d.a.y.s......facepalm

Some people work all week...........facepalm!
Does a 6 month old baby count if you bring your own cot bed ?
2 nights looks like it is still available.
Both sold out now too late
Thanks - booked
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Entry to Kew Gardens PLUS Science Festival £15 for 1 Adult & 3 Children + Under 3's Go FREE via Littlebird

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Was having a browse around for new offers to add to my Summer Holiday thread when I came across this excellent offer at Littlebird, sadly too far away for us to visit as my eldest daughter would love Read More
Was having a browse around for new offers to add to my Summer Holiday thread when I came across this excellent offer at Littlebird, sadly too far away for us to visit as my eldest daughter would love
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Thanks, sounds fun! :)
Had a look at the website and the tickets are £14 per adult and £2.5 per child so this deal is good if you have lots of kids ;) I have only one paying child so not a big saving for me :)
I'm in If you can purchase a rare Kew 50p

Edited By: rdbradshaw on Jul 21, 2017 13:13: Typo
£15 for 1 adult...................................................and a full school bus..............not bad.... not bad at all ;)
I wanted to be a womble too! Sounds so much better than a Medical Research Scientist :D
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Family Day Out Discounts / Ideas

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Half Term is sneaking up on us and it's time to get a few activities planned to keep the kids occupied! Obviously, your local parks, forests and beaches are free and a BIG hit with kids, but if you… Read More
Half Term is sneaking up on us and it's time to get a few activities planned to keep the kids occupied! Obviously, your local parks, forests and beaches are free and a BIG hit with kids, but if you…
millarcat Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago25 Comments
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Hi. Great post. Just wondered if anyone has any 2 for 1 codes for Flamingo Land that can be used around 8th-15th July. The code posted above from the Daily Mail runs out the week before sadly :(

The best I can see right now is >> • Flamingoland‌ 3 for 2 Tickets with this voucher (https://yorkshireattractions.org/voucher/3-2-entry-flamingo-land-resort/)

If I see any BOGOF I will add it to the post :D
Madchester
Our local park is a BIG BIG hit with our children so thanks for pointing that out and 6 bottles of Buck's Fizz for £18 is mind blowing so it's a BIG thanks from me!!!
Will will probably spend half term on the local park with the kids and swig Buck's Fizz from lucozade bottles. Nice one.
Our local park is taken over by off road bikers. May need to take out my shotgun from storage and clear the area so kids can play again...
Hi. Great post. Just wondered if anyone has any 2 for 1 codes for Flamingo Land that can be used around 8th-15th July. The code posted above from the Daily Mail runs out the week before sadly :(

Edited By: andyj1888 on May 30, 2017 12:06
Thanks for all the extra info guys and girls ^^ A few more have now been added.
http://www.yourvoucherbook.co.uk

For anyone in the Tees Valley area, however there are some nationwide vouchers in there. I have one these books, saved loads, I buy every year.
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Gullivers World May weekend and half term week tickets were £21.95 now £15.00 - save 21% plus free return visit for kids with a sock puppet @ Little Bird

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All weekend (Saturday & Sunday) in May tickets and the whole of half term week (27th May - 4th June) tickets to Gullivers Kingdom in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Gullivers World in Warrington and Gul… Read More
All weekend (Saturday & Sunday) in May tickets and the whole of half term week (27th May - 4th June) tickets to Gullivers Kingdom in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Gullivers World in Warrington and Gul…
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This deal is misleading.

The £21.95 tickets on the Gullivers Website relate to a special event over May Half term that includes food, however I contacted Little Bird who confirmed that this deal is for general admission only not the special event tickets.

General Admission tickets on the Gullivers Website (Warrington) are only £16.95 each therefore only a £1.95 saving per person.

Edited By: Anon197 on May 10, 2017 12:14
Obvious question is matlock bath likely to be busy in the weekdays for half term
Anyone who's been any tips
Thanks
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★ May Bank Holiday Weekend 2017 ★ Looking for CHEAP days out or some ideas?

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May Day Bank Holiday Weekend is almost upon us. Have you got anything planned? I've put together some cheap days out / activities, which I hope will help you with ideas and getting some good saving… Read More
May Day Bank Holiday Weekend is almost upon us. Have you got anything planned? I've put together some cheap days out / activities, which I hope will help you with ideas and getting some good saving…
millarcat Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago44 Comments
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Although i did love Rushie
antonyffc
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themachman
Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!
A Fulham fan
You poor thing
Ooo, from Liverpool? Assume you're still walking round with 'Rush' on your back telling passers by how good you used to be. Yawn.

King Kenny for me
gap30
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Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!
A Fulham fan
You poor thing


Ooo, from Liverpool? Assume you're still walking round with 'Rush' on your back telling passers by how good you used to be. Yawn.
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National Rail2 FOR 1 entry to over 150 attractions when you travel by train
Knowsley Safari Park50% Off a Family Pass - Now £29
Diggerland15% Off entry with this Printable voucher
Royal Horticultural SocietyRHS Flowers and Flea weekend
Chessington World Of Adventure VIP for the day inc Unlimited food and Fast track
Scots RailKids travel free with an adult. and 2 for 1 Attractions at Scot Rail
Theatre Ticketsfrom £10
Kids Experience Days Get an extra 15% off with code: VB2017
Merlin Annual Pass
FREE KIds Entry to Attractions when accompanied by a paying adult with a blue peter badge and card
CinemaOdeon Kids Tickets for £2.50 Cineworld Movies for Juniors from £1.50
Flamingoland 3 for 2 Tickets with this voucher
GrouponIt's always worth checking your local Groupon offers New customers get an extra 15% off with code: NEW15
Paradise Wildflife Park 24% Off the advance ticket
Leicestershire Stay play explore £149 for 1 night hotel stay and 3 attractions thanks Zerowing
Wished more people liked millercat for his/her efffort. thanks a lot pal.
antonyffc
themachman
Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!

Hey, the 1970s called, they want their jokes back
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Whipsnade Zoo Family Pass + Hotel Stay + Full English Breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children from £114.00 at LittleBird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o… Read More
Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o…
millarcat Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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Works out cheaper buying tickets online and hotel via booking.com
I believe no one found this @ £114 plus dates are only available on Weekdays.
mymymy
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?

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This deal is Otter one, and it's going to be a roaring success just ask the Lions, if not don;t look down on me with your long trunk, stop playing Dumbo on me, and get Hunting with your dogs at Whipsnade Zoo!!
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?
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All inclusive 2 night family adventure break for 2 adults & 2 children in Easter holidays now £199.00 save 54% @ Little Bird

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Family adventure 2 night all inclusive break in the Easter holidays run by Kingswood camps - works out at less than £25 per person per night for all your activities, food, drinks and accomodation is m… Read More
Family adventure 2 night all inclusive break in the Easter holidays run by Kingswood camps - works out at less than £25 per person per night for all your activities, food, drinks and accomodation is m…
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Looks like a great deal. However Overstrand and Colomendy sold out.
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Cadbury World family pass with overnight hotel stay inc breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children now £119.00 saving 28% @ Littlebird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for Cadbury World with an overnight stay including breakfast from just £119. You can add an extra child under 12 for £20 if you have 3 too. Book n… Read More
Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for Cadbury World with an overnight stay including breakfast from just £119. You can add an extra child under 12 for £20 if you have 3 too. Book n…
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Kraft/Mondelez should be ashamed of themselves for what they've done to an ethical company which used to make a quality product. Not the first time they've done it either and probably won't be the last. Still, I don't suppose they have any shame genes in their greedy corporate bodies!

I buy Aldi chocolate these days - much better than the latest Cadbury branded stuff and a lot cheaper too.

Edited By: Besford on Apr 06, 2017 14:03
Here's an artist's impression of this factory tour after the Mondelez International takeover of Cadbury:

http://pbfcomics.com/archive_b/PBF153-The_Golden_Ticket.jpg
Cold! They removed the word "Easter" from Easter Egg Hunt.
We had a lovely stay at this hotel with tasty breakfast & we had a great day out at Cadbury world too. I recommend it!
So, it's good if you are 6.
Otherwise don't bother seems to be the consensus.

And yes Kraft have killed Cadbury, be it the taste of the chocolate or the social conscience of the Bourneville ideals.
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Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass and upto 60% off Ripley's Believe It or Not fast track tickets @ Littlebird

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2 great ideas if you are in London in the next few weeks or over half term. Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass - use the pass as many times as you like in 24 hours. Fully heated boats so y… Read More
2 great ideas if you are in London in the next few weeks or over half term. Upto 50% off Thames River Cruise 24 hour pass - use the pass as many times as you like in 24 hours. Fully heated boats so y…
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^ yeah i'm talking about people visiting the city. You aren't going to travel to london from somerset to go visit a forrest but you might be interested in catching a show at the theater or the london eye. all in zone 1-2
MJM
^ Includes buses too don't forget. There is nothing in zone 6. Zone 1-2 will be all most people need for day trippin

Nothing in Zone 6?

Hampton Court palace?
Kingston market ?
Chessington World of Adventure?
Epping forest?
Painshill Park?
Parts of Richmond park.



Edited By: daskapital on Feb 21, 2017 23:06
^ Includes buses too don't forget. There is nothing in zone 6. Zone 1-2 will be all most people need for day trippin
DarzenisD
MazingerZ
Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?
zone 1-6 £12
This is correct using it today
MazingerZ
Anyone know how much it costs to use the tube all day?


zone 1-6 £12
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15% Off Entry for up to 4 people to Diggerland via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird

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If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 15% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Price Information Free Downloadable Voucher for 15% off admission prices to any Diggerland UK! P… Read More
If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 15% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Price Information Free Downloadable Voucher for 15% off admission prices to any Diggerland UK! P…
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Thanks.. Happened to use it today itself.. Heat added
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2 Litecups For Just £15.10 Delivered @ Little Bird

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Have you heard of the Litecup before? It is an innovative product that combines both a sippy cup and a night light for little ones. At Little Bird right now they are offering a Pack of TWO for just £1… Read More
Have you heard of the Litecup before? It is an innovative product that combines both a sippy cup and a night light for little ones. At Little Bird right now they are offering a Pack of TWO for just £1…
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That's a shame they are good cups for the bedside. Both of mine the lights have failed within a couple of weeks - still a good cup without the light especially at that price.
they're All soldout....
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Upto 32% Off Your Very Own Home Visit From One Of Santa’s Elves @ LittleBird

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Aww how lovely would this be, imagine the excitement on the kids faces (or husbands, mine took one look at the pic & wants to book one for himself, I'm hoping a 20 stone man in a tight fitting lycra o… Read More
Aww how lovely would this be, imagine the excitement on the kids faces (or husbands, mine took one look at the pic & wants to book one for himself, I'm hoping a 20 stone man in a tight fitting lycra o…
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£25 for 15 minutes. Imagine an Elf turning up to visit little Jamie ,and little Jamie turns out to be a 38 year old guy.
Would rather a goblin came to scare the kids at XMAS so we could wipe this expensive disaster off of our calendar.
This has potential to be creepy....... I'm in ;)
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2 for 1 Advanced Tickets to Kidtropolis' The Funtastic Family Event at London's ExCeL via Littlebird (Example Family 4 works out Approx £7.50pp)

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Looks pretty awesome, Looks very similar to Kidzania but a fraction of the cost (More info in first post) Be the first to visit Kidtropolis this half term - the all-inclusive funtastic family eve… Read More
Looks pretty awesome, Looks very similar to Kidzania but a fraction of the cost (More info in first post) Be the first to visit Kidtropolis this half term - the all-inclusive funtastic family eve…
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Try Free Running with Parkour Generations, Meet Ethan Gamer TV (Wednesday 26th), See Tiana from Toys AndMe reveal the top 20 Toys (Tuesday 25th), Catch up with Gorgeous Movies (Thursday 27th), Jump crazy with Spring Free Trampolines, run the ENORMOUS Boot Camp Challenge inflatable assault course, and slide the UK’s highest inflatable Helter-Skelter, Break Records with Guinness World Records Live!, Meet the Optimus Prime big rig and play with Transformers, Try your skills with Nerf Tri-strike, Zombie Strike and the Vault, Explore Equestria on the My Little Pony pink double decker bus, race Scalextric ARC AIR, build with Magformers, take the challenge on the 40 player Minecraft hub, swim with a VR whale! Gaming Heaven on the double-decker Gamers Bus and the Gaming Marquee, Ride the real train, meet the team at Fun Kids Radio broadcasting live on site from their Radio bus, Augmented reality Books from AmaZ-Zing Products, The ToyTesters.tv Awards with the Top 20 toys as voted for by children, Radio controlled racing fun with Bladez Toyz, meet costume characters PAW PATROL (Chase & Marshall 25th October, Skye 26th and 27th) Play Doh’s Doh Doh, Playmobil’s Knight, Angry Birds, Transformers), Get creative with the Play-Doh workshop, explore the body with Augmented reality T shirts from Curiscope, play with Playmobil and a WHOLE LOT MORE including meet the Angry Birds, Jumping Clay, WOW Toys, Star Monsters, Night ZooKeeper, Dobble, Azoomee, Just for Tiny People Tepees, First News, BopIt, Big Potato, OK play, Spiral Game, Esdevium’s Timeline and Cortex Play, Gigi Bloks, Playcolor, PopJam, Face painting, Kidesign, Balloon Besties, SAM LABS, Geomag, Knotiverse, Great Ormond Street Hospital, wooden railways with BigJigs Rail, Virtual rock-pooling, Seashore touch table, Litter timeline and Turtle Chat with The Marine Conservation Society, football with Super 11, plus the hugely popular STAGE AREA with Live Shows and Entertainment – including REMIX THE ROOM Created by No. 1 co-remixer of Lady Gaga and Rihanna, E-Bop.tv and the Bopniks, Zeamu Music and then there’s EVEN MORE TO FOLLOW

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Adult Tickets now £12.00 + Upto 2 Kids Go Free per Adult for WWT London Wetland Centre via LittleBird

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Wish I lived nearer because this place looks lovely. Adult Tickets are normally £13.10 each & children's are £7.20, so with this offer you get an adult ticket for £12 & up to 2 Kids can go FREE with t… Read More
Wish I lived nearer because this place looks lovely. Adult Tickets are normally £13.10 each & children's are £7.20, so with this offer you get an adult ticket for £12 & up to 2 Kids can go FREE with t…
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50% Off Entry for up to 4 people to Diggerland via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird

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If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 50% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Free Downloadable Voucher for 50% off admission prices to Diggerland Devon and Durham! Print and Read More
If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 50% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird Free Downloadable Voucher for 50% off admission prices to Diggerland Devon and Durham! Print and
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oops i misread the title there, to be fair that would make a good theme park too
Doggerland?

Nope, you're close but it's not right
red23
oops i misread the title there, to be fair that would make a good theme park too

Doggerland?
oops i misread the title there, to be fair that would make a good theme park too
Went to the Castleford one - it's ****. It advertises that it's for young and old - however the only accessible diggers are the smallest ones and even they are hobbled in some way (e.g. the ones you can actually dig with can't drive back or forward nor can you swivel left and right too far).

Other lowlights include the digger with several rows of benches that go up....stay up for a few minutes and then go down again, or my personal favorite, the 'Safari' which consists of a battered Toyota Landcruiser driving down a dirt track (no proper off roading), past various cardboard cutouts of animals.

On the plus side you could go in a full size digger at a measly £150!
One thing I miss about the children being grown up now, my yearly trip to Diggerland..... Great day out.
Think we used Tesco Clubcard points tho??
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50% Off Entry for up to 4 people to Diggerland via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird

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If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 50% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird. - Free Downloadable Voucher for 50% off admission prices to any Diggerland UK! - Print and pr… Read More
If you fancy a trip to Diggerland you can get 50% off using this downloadable voucher from Littlebird. - Free Downloadable Voucher for 50% off admission prices to any Diggerland UK! - Print and pr…
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Cold. Got in with 6 of us for 66p in march....here
Are you really so stupid that you can't understand special offers for off-peak periods? :(
It's such a shame you can't vote some people cold.
Was the school holidays, but hey if that's not peak what is.
Just because it's school holidays does not make it their peak season. It's mainly outdoor activities, so their peak is the time of year when it's usually nice enough weather to be worth going AND school holidays - ie summer hols and May bank holidays.
December 27th-31st is school holidays too. Do you think that's part of their peak season as well just because it is in the school holiday? Idiot.
I don't think they are open at Christmas. I had a great time with my family in March. Merely pointing out that I paid much less than this offer. After all hukd is all about getting the best deal for your money. And just for reference i am not an idiot, just a normal person who likes to get the best for his money. Which I have.

You are deliberately missing the point that March isn't peak season. There's no point in continuing to argue with you . Voting cold because you got it cheaper off peak proves you are an idiot. Just another statistic on my ignore list. Good bye.
Cold. Got in with 6 of us for 66p in march....here
Are you really so stupid that you can't understand special offers for off-peak periods? :(
It's such a shame you can't vote some people cold.
Was the school holidays, but hey if that's not peak what is.
Just because it's school holidays does not make it their peak season. It's mainly outdoor activities, so their peak is the time of year when it's usually nice enough weather to be worth going AND school holidays - ie summer hols and May bank holidays.
December 27th-31st is school holidays too. Do you think that's part of their peak season as well just because it is in the school holiday? Idiot.
I don't think they are open at Christmas. I had a great time with my family in March. Merely pointing out that I paid much less than this offer. After all hukd is all about getting the best deal for your money. And just for reference i am not an idiot, just a normal person who likes to get the best for his money. Which I have.
Cold. Got in with 6 of us for 66p in march....here
Are you really so stupid that you can't understand special offers for off-peak periods? :(
It's such a shame you can't vote some people cold.
Was the school holidays, but hey if that's not peak what is.

Just because it's school holidays does not make it their peak season. It's mainly outdoor activities, so their peak is the time of year when it's usually nice enough weather to be worth going AND school holidays - ie summer hols and May bank holidays.

December 27th-31st is school holidays too. Do you think that's part of their peak season as well just because it is in the school holiday? Idiot.
Cold. Got in with 6 of us for 66p in march....here
Are you really so stupid that you can't understand special offers for off-peak periods? :(
It's such a shame you can't vote some people cold.
Was the school holidays, but hey if that's not peak what is.
Cold. Got in with 6 of us for 66p in march....here
Yes that was March, out of season.
This is for May Bank Holiday weekend, Peak season.
Best of luck in queues
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50% off The ArcelorMittal Orbit Adult & Kids Tickets ie Adults now £5 & Kids £2.50 this Half Term @ Littlebird

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Thought this a cracking offer as it's valid until 14th June so covers Half Term Hols, even better than their previous offer for Feb Half Term where you got 1 child ticket free with every full price £1… Read More
Thought this a cracking offer as it's valid until 14th June so covers Half Term Hols, even better than their previous offer for Feb Half Term where you got 1 child ticket free with every full price £1…
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why we have to pay again
I've heard that Bin Ben is a load of rubbish ;)
Seriously!!
Pay to go up a taxpayer funded red scaffold tower.
Lemmings
'Ascend by lift and descend the 455 stairs!'


And pay for that?!
Slide not included, still under construction
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50% off Butlins Flexible Term Time Family Day Pass to Bognor Regis - Family of 4 now £21.00 / Family of 5 now £25 @ LittleBird (kids under 2 are FREE)

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Thought this was a decent offer for those with younger kids or those with autistic kids since schools & lea's are usually very good with permission for term time absence for them & their siblings. My Read More
Thought this was a decent offer for those with younger kids or those with autistic kids since schools & lea's are usually very good with permission for term time absence for them & their siblings. My
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Also worth noting that LB say after booking you need to give 48hrs notice (Butlins just say 24hrs on their website) and you have to park in the pay and display carpark. I haven't been in 20 years, interested to see if its changed much.
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Butlins is horrendous. Why people still go there on holiday amazes me.
We go on £8,000+ Caribbean all-inc holidays, £5,000 Mediterranean 5* all-incs AND Butlins (and Haven) UK breaks. Plus, hotels and lodges in places such as St Ives. Variety is the key, plus not having to fly/travel and the pleasure and convenience of having your car to take day trips out whilst on location. Butlins family of four in peak times(Jul/Aug) £1k.
You are a great example of ignorance is bliss and speaking with no knowledge or experience of the facts! Stop living in the past, but if you must, please don't try to contaminate those of us with a wider, more balanced outlook.
Now this is a prime example of someone who just wants to argue.
I voiced my opinion, which may not be to everyone's liking however to accuse me of being ignorant and having no knowledge is absolutely ridiculous!
You don't know me, you don't know my travelling or holiday history.
For your information I'm very well travelled abroad and in the UK including the likes of Butlins and In my opinion Butlins breaks are awful.
It's called freedom of speech.
You stated an extreme opinion, contrary to the majority and made no attempt to substantiate that claim. I note in particular the use of the phrase "the likes of Butlins" (thus, conversely NOT Butlins!). Incredibly ignorant and bereft of any facts. So much so, it could easily be considered slanderous.
PS: I note you still state no facts to substantiate your off hand ignorant remark!
I think you need to get of your high horse.
I stated my opinion if you don't agree with it or like that's your problem.
There's nothing I need to prove to you if you don't agree with my posts just don't read them, there is no need to be rude to members.
So, a completely baseless claim from someone who clearly has never visited Butlins and yet alleges that it is "horrendous". Plus, I agree, I would happily choose to not read your posts, but your negative contributions could sway others from visiting what is a great facility, all because of your ignorance and scaremongering. Thus, you would be doing us all a favour by not posting such irrelevance. Please stop digging!oO


Once again.... my statement is based on facts! Facts from my own experience of visiting Butlins.
But if you feel you know more about where I spend my free time please continue.
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Unfortunately I've been to this butlins at least 3 times in 40 years,
Never going back, not even if they paid me.
3 times in 40 years and you feel you can pass judgement now based on that? Sure bet it might have been run down in 1976
I however have been 3 times in the last 2 years - and cannot recommend it enough. Kids always kept busy and good entertainment. Bognor is literally on the beachfront. 8)
I gave them a 2nd and 3rd chance, how many do they need. I know it's on the beachfront, I've had bad sunburn on the beach twice (not whilst staying at Butlins) but each time they've supposedly refurbished the accommodation it's been riddled with mould and musty. The staff were grumpy and customer service terrible, it was like a POW camp.
Stayed there last year. The place is a dive. There is barbed wire all round the site, and I can only think it was there to keep the people IN, not out. Our chalet would best be described as a dump (look at my Tripadvisor photos); cupboard doors hanging off, rust on the hob and mould on the walls. I complained and got offered a 50% discount voucher for my next visit. Er....

(added) Ah. Hang on. Wife has just reminded me that was PONTINS at Camber Sands (blame the vino). We Have stayed here though (on a Beatles weekend), and it was nice. Sorry!

Edited By: stefland on Apr 27, 2016 18:12
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Butlins is horrendous. Why people still go there on holiday amazes me.
We go on £8,000+ Caribbean all-inc holidays, £5,000 Mediterranean 5* all-incs AND Butlins (and Haven) UK breaks. Plus, hotels and lodges in places such as St Ives. Variety is the key, plus not having to fly/travel and the pleasure and convenience of having your car to take day trips out whilst on location. Butlins family of four in peak times(Jul/Aug) £1k.
You are a great example of ignorance is bliss and speaking with no knowledge or experience of the facts! Stop living in the past, but if you must, please don't try to contaminate those of us with a wider, more balanced outlook.

8k for a jolly! fair play if you can...
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