Portsmouth Historic Dockyard £5 per person (PO postcode) Fri 19th - Mon 22nd Mar 2010 - HotUKDeals
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Just got back from this today and wondered how much heat it got. Did a search and surprised to find no deals posted. Either that or I searched wrong.

Sorry, its only for those with a PO postcode.

Here's the details: (Available from this link too: http://www.historicdockyard.co.uk/welcome)

...the Dockyard on your Doorstep for just £5.00
Friday 19th - Monday 22nd March 2010
Exclusively to those with a PO postcode
Terms & Conditions
The tickets are only valid for the day they are purchased
Please bring a utility bill and photo ID with you
The offer is available on an all-inclusive ticket which allows entry to all of the
attractions at the Historic Dockyard. HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860, Mary
Rose Museum, Action Stations, National Museum of the Royal Navy and
Harbour Tours. Subject to the attractions availability
Each ticket purchased will cost £5.00.
A family will need to purchase a ticket for each member of the family.
If you wish to come back on a second day, you will need to purchase
another ticket
This promotion only applies to the weekend of 19th to 22nd March 2010
(excluding events) and does not affect our normal terms and conditions as
stated on the back of our tickets
No refunds will be given on current all-inclusive ticket holders
Keep your ticket and redeem it before 30th April 2010 to receive £5.00 off an
Adult, Child or Senior all-inclusive ticket to the Historic Dockyard

Normal prices for All-Inclusive Ticket are:

Adult(16-59) - £18.00
Senior(60+) - £16.00
Child1(5-15) - £13.50
StudentValid ID - £13.50
Family2 - £50.50

Took a utility bill and my drivers licence as ID, no problem at all. (We were 2 adults 4 kids)
Note, kids under 5 are free.

Got in just after 10:30am and still didn't manage to see everything that was covered by the ticket. Most details on the main page.

Well worth the money spent, save yourself more by packing lunch so you also don't waste time like we did. ;-)

Hopefully someone will make use of this before the time is up. Bargain for sure.
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banned#1
Its a great place I have been many times as I live nearby
#2
I heard a whisper that they will be offering these deals every other Saturday during the 2010/11 footy season for Saturday only visits..............
Just kiddin!
Just a bitter Saints fan havin a giggle.......
1 Like #3
P.S.
Heat & rep added............not THAT bitter
#4
Thanks, will have a look
#5
number1finder
Its a great place I have been many times as I live nearby


Is it possible to see everything in 1 day there?

I think I made the mistake of going on the Warrior first. Man that stuffed me up! It was a lot of PT up and down the stairs holding the toddler in arms too ... but I've been sick with the cough for a few days so blame that mostly.

Did the harbour tour at 14:00 which gave me a good needed 40 - 50 minutes rest at least :p
#6
far-queue
P.S.
Heat & rep added............not THAT bitter


:thumbsup:
#7
A fiver to get in the Dockyard.................!!!!!!!!
Always used to be free, and more difficult to get out than get in ;-)
I worked in that bl....y place as an apprentice a 48 hour week for £2 and 2 shillings and 4 pence a week
and now they want a fortnights wages just to get in.......................... what is the world coming to...
#8
anthony712
A fiver to get in the Dockyard.................!!!!!!!!
Always used to be free, and more difficult to get out than get in ;-)
I worked in that bl....y place as an apprentice a 48 hour week for £2 and 2 shillings and 4 pence a week
and now they want a fortnights wages just to get in.......................... what is the world coming to...


Oh, you can still go into the dockyards for free, so you are correct, it is free ... it's for the attractions you're paying for not entrance to the dockyard. (You also have option to just pay for certain attractions if you prefer that route. But nothing touches the £5 deal)

If you don't want to go inside any of the attractions just skip the ticket office.

There's tea rooms, the antique store, museum stores, you can do the harbour tour, just pay at the booth on the jetty. Think its £5.

Not sure what else there is, but looks like I'll be doing a "free" shortened version next time.
[Moderator]#9
Great deal, have some heat :thumbsup:
#10
Anyone got a ticket they used that would get me a fiver off this weekend? comming down for a wedding and want to take the kids but 56quid is a bit steep. thanks

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