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Thorpe Park Tickets just £20.00pp when you register to vote (18-24 year olds) @ Thorpe Park

£20.00 @ Thorpe Park
Cheap day out out for young voters out there! Just register to vote, show proof and you'll get your tickets for £20pp You can book online and show proof at ticket collection point or walk into the pa… Read More
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Cheap day out out for young voters out there! Just register to vote, show proof and you'll get your tickets for £20pp

You can book online and show proof at ticket collection point or walk into the park and do it that way :)

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When is this offer valid?

The offer is valid 22nd – 25th May 2017 at THORPE PARK Resort only.

Who can redeem this offer?

This offer is available for all 18-24 year old who have registered to vote.

Can I bring a friend on this offer?

This offer is only valid one per person and cannot be shared.

How can I redeem this offer?

You can redeem this offer by:

- Purchasing online at http://www.thorpepark.com/tickets

- Bringing proof of registration to the park on the day

- Collect from Advanced Ticket Collection

OR

- Bring your proof to the park on the day you wish to visit

- Buy a ticket from any ticket desk
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#1
Oh, to be younger!
7 Likes #2
Lol what is Thorpe Park's vested interest in young people voting?
[mod] 1 Like #3
chuckiedoll
Oh, to be younger!

Oh yes :D
#4
I still love rollercoasters and theme parks in general.
Remember the days of wanting a fake I.D to be older!
#5
chuckiedoll
I still love rollercoasters and theme parks in general.
Remember the days of wanting a fake I.D to be older!

I got caught using mine... several times X)
Local shop reported me for buying booze... stupidly I used my real name :|

Edited By: derp1664 on May 18, 2017 14:29
2 Likes #6
It's a shame younger people aren't interested in voting, but good on Thorpe Park for this.
5 Likes #7
Much like politicians, Thorpe Park rarely delivers what it promises.
#8
DiggingTheDeals
It's a shame younger people aren't interested in voting, but good on Thorpe Park for this.

Very easy to be disillusioned with politics, especially when younger. Many aspects are antiquated and very slow to change
1 Like #9
Quite a lot of young people are interested but a lot are apathetic and disillusioned - anything to encourage a pattern of voting is a good thing in my opinion so heat added! (Just hope they make informed choices when they put their X on the ballot paper)
#10
Some pubs are giving a free pint to new voters LINK
10 Likes #11
Thorpe Park....the memories.
http://cdn.movieweb.com/img.teasers/TEvNQwAAFgpUzB_1_a.jpg
1 Like #12
Good way to get people involved by voting
#13
What do I get if I throw a molatov in the direction of drowning Street, a dusty bin.
And the drowning wasn't initially intended but once it was there it just felt right.

Edited By: fr33radicalls on May 18, 2017 15:40
#14
quite Ironic this, as young people are most likely to vote Labour (left policies) which go in direct contrast to a business like Thorpe Park who will fair much better under the Tories
2 Likes #15
cicobuff
Thorpe Park....the memories.
http://cdn.movieweb.com/img.teasers/TEvNQwAAFgpUzB_1_a.jpg

Good point you bring up there...

If they haven't added car door storage facilities recently, me and my fwends (oooo fwendssss) are going elsewhere!

Edited By: Kumarrr on May 18, 2017 16:42
6 Likes #16
"quite Ironic this, as young people are most likely to vote Labour (left policies) which go in direct contrast to a business like Thorpe Park who will fair much better under the Tories"

you need to say "Thorpe Park Owners."

Had you mentioned "Strong and Stable" (tm) - you would have got extra points and a free blue tie made by the hand of a malnourished uneducated child.
#17
chuckiedoll
I still love rollercoasters and theme parks in general.
Remember the days of wanting a fake I.D to be older!

I want one to be younger to get this offer!
#18
Would have been perfect for me as I turn 25 at the start of June, alas, I have no friends to go with :'(
#19
wonder how much the government paid thorpe park to do this
#20
ismaildeals123
wonder how much the government paid thorpe park to do this
A lot of the young ones might vote for labour.
#21
lasuil
Would have been perfect for me as I turn 25 at the start of June, alas, I have no friends to go with :'(
Go on your own - at least you're not dragged 30 different ways. Always someone to talk to in queues too
#22
dawyldthing
lasuil
Would have been perfect for me as I turn 25 at the start of June, alas, I have no friends to go with :'(
Go on your own - at least you're not dragged 30 different ways. Always someone to talk to in queues too


just underwater with merlin attractions
#23
Aged discrimination :(
2 Likes #24
Great idea, good on Thorpe Park for taking the initiative to run such a scheme.

Not sure this will help Corbyn though. A lot of young people lean to the left, but not that far left. Think there will be a lot of spoiled ballots... Which in my opinion is better than them voting on the xenophobic scaremongering scourge that is UKIP. ;)

But at least they will be getting involved, which is a step in the right direction. Hopefully one day there will be someone worth voting for.
#25
derp1664
Lol what is Thorpe Park's vested interest in young people voting?
most big businesses are offering some sort of discount for young voters
4 Likes #26
I always receive deals too late, this one is 20 years late :(
#27
scoffer1
Quite a lot of young people are interested but a lot are apathetic and disillusioned - anything to encourage a pattern of voting is a good thing in my opinion so heat added! (Just hope they make informed choices when they put their X on the ballot paper)

Perhaps they are making an informed choice when not voting?
#28
derp1664
Lol what is Thorpe Park's vested interest in young people voting?
I'd say it's in everyone's interest for every eligible voter to vote.
#29
Leonintelex
Great idea, good on Thorpe Park for taking the initiative to run such a scheme.
Not sure this will help Corbyn though. A lot of young people lean to the left, but not that far left. Think there will be a lot of spoiled ballots... Which in my opinion is better than them voting on the xenophobic scaremongering scourge that is UKIP. ;)
But at least they will be getting involved, which is a step in the right direction. Hopefully one day there will be someone worth voting for.
Xenophobic scaremongering scourge, that old chestnut!
For your information, the few left in that category will still vote Ukip. However, the vast majority of the 4 million Ukip votes from the last General Election this time around will be going Tory, even if they hate and loathe Theresa May and the Tories.
Why?
We want Brexit done and dusted, and OUT of the f. EU debacle that is the masses of bureaucrats who feed on the gravy train in Brussels. That also includes the greedy Kinnocks who have taken over £10million for themselves over the years, a family this country basically told to FO in April 1992. Neil did, took his family, and jumped on the EU gravy train. Good RIDDANCE to the EU. Love Europe!
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jnigel26
Leonintelex
Great idea, good on Thorpe Park for taking the initiative to run such a scheme.
Not sure this will help Corbyn though. A lot of young people lean to the left, but not that far left. Think there will be a lot of spoiled ballots... Which in my opinion is better than them voting on the xenophobic scaremongering scourge that is UKIP. ;)
But at least they will be getting involved, which is a step in the right direction. Hopefully one day there will be someone worth voting for.
Xenophobic scaremongering scourge, that old chestnut!
For your information, the few left in that category will still vote Ukip. However, the vast majority of the 4 million Ukip votes from the last General Election this time around will be going Tory, even if they hate and loathe Theresa May and the Tories.
Why?
We want Brexit done and dusted, and OUT of the f. EU debacle that is the masses of bureaucrats who feed on the gravy train in Brussels. That also includes the greedy Kinnocks who have taken over £10million for themselves over the years, a family this country basically told to FO in April 1992. Neil did, took his family, and jumped on the EU gravy train. Good RIDDANCE to the EU. Love Europe!

Yep, the oldies have ruined Britain for the next 20 or so years and made us irrelevant in an increasingly globalised economy. Every generation has their day, sadly the younger generation have to live with such a barking mad result for the next few years. However, I'm sure the whole EU question will come up again in the future. When that day comes I can pretty much predict the outcome. ;)

Edited By: Leonintelex on May 19, 2017 19:09
#31
Aeschylus
quite Ironic this, as young people are most likely to vote Labour (left policies) which go in direct contrast to a business like Thorpe Park who will fair much better under the Tories

In my opinion all leisure based business has been struggling under the austerity ruling. Because people have less money, they make cuts to their spending and the first thing people cut out is non essential things like days out? It could be the reason. Or maybe they are just descent human beings that are sick of paying their fair share in taxes while a lot of other multinational companies don't. I guess its open to various speculation.
#32
Aeschylus
quite Ironic this, as young people are most likely to vote Labour (left policies) which go in direct contrast to a business like Thorpe Park who will fair much better under the Tories
Mainstream in scandinavian countries
#33
Think the PM probably lost a lot of young people with her bring back fox hunting debacle. Social media is killing her. Then again Corbyn not exactly down with the kids either but which leader is?
#34
SmallSpender
Perhaps they are making an informed choice when not voting?
Impossible to know, though, isn't it? If they don't vote, politicians will assume they're never going to, and not bother tailoring policies towards them. If they were to register, turn up, and spoil their ballot papers, then at least the politicians would know it's worth trying to do stuff that these people might approve of.

Don't vote, don't complain that politicians are all useless. Of course they will be (for you) if they don't think you'll ever vote for them.
#35
Bit ageist isn't it ?
#36
so i get to vote for someone that won't have a chance and go to a **** theme park great
#37
Went last weekend and had a good time but be aware that the park is plagued by rides being constantly suspended due to various glitches with their sensors. The Ghost Train is particularly affected by this, being mostly unavailable for the two days we were there. Food and drinks are fairly pricey and the park needs a bit of TLC in terms of cleaning and painting as it looks a bit dated.
#38
How very ageist!

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