Toddler Deal (term time only) and online tickets price deals for Drayton Manor - HotUKDeals
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Was looking at visiting Drayton Manor this week and noticed the following on their website which I thought was quite a good deal:

Adult & Toddler (under 4 years)Ticket
Available only during Staffordshire Term Time
(Monday - Friday only 17 - 20 March; 3 April - 2 May; 6 - 23 May; 2 June 18 July; 2 September - 24 October)

Or buy tickets online (print at home or collect on arrival) reduced prices:
Adult £18 (usually £23)
4 - 11 years £14 (usually £19)
60+ £8 (usually £11)

Even better deals if you buy using Tesco vouchers but I've left it too late for that!!
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Does this include the new ThomasLand?
It doesn't say that Thomas Land is extra so I presume so!
Yes, it would include Thomas Land, and access to the Zoo
Definitely Includes Thomas Land (which Is Fab!) And The Zoo.

Just Wanted To Add That Your Admission Tickets Also Include A Further Voucher For £4 Off Next Time You Visit! (2 Per Parent And Toddler Group)
If two adults are going then the bogoff on kelloggs is better at 23 for two adults as under 4s are free anyway.
If two adults are going then the bogoff on kelloggs is better at 23 for two adults as under 4s are free anyway.

hi - do you know if the kelloggs promo is still running? Also, is Drayton Manor definately included? Many thanks
we went recently during staffordshire term time and it cost me and the 3 year old £14 to get in and then they charged the other half £18 as it ws classed as second adult/parent so a bargain and yes it includes thoms land which was pretty good (well the little one liked it) and if you go in staffs term time I always find it is nice and quiet

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