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Updated for 2017 - London Zoo Special Childrens Day - 6 / 7 May 2017 2 Adults & 2 Children £44.50 + Under 3s & Carers go Free @ London Zoo

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I think there are a few on here that know I have a niece with Down's Syndrome, she visited the 2014 weekend & had an absolutely fab time, she still talks about it today. This deal won't be for eve… Read More
I think there are a few on here that know I have a niece with Down's Syndrome, she visited the 2014 weekend & had an absolutely fab time, she still talks about it today. This deal won't be for eve…
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frakison
The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!!
And on that note, I had not noticed the part of 'special needs' tbh, I was about to book it when I just realized when I had to create a new account. It seems the Zoo page doesn't even ask for any kind of requirement to confirm a child with special needs is going?
Is this deal then only for childs with special needs or is their day but the zoo is welcoming other children with the same deal?
Thinking the same
it says "We have a designated special welcome and entrance for Special Children's Day ticket holders". "Our staff and volunteers will be ready to greet you at the dedicated Special Children's Day entrance."

Therefore, it would be a little embarrassing if the volunteers greet you at the dedicated entrance and you don't have a child with special needs.
eatmorefish
For an average family with 2 kids (mine for example) it costs the best part of NINETY quid to visit London Zoo. I don't expect anything to be free in this life, and wish to support the Zoological Society, but its a little steep for most families.
I remember going several times as a kid and it can't have cost my parents anywhere near this amount.
Remember to ask to pay without the "voluntary donation".
mickael28
frakison
The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!!
And on that note, I had not noticed the part of 'special needs' tbh, I was about to book it when I just realized when I had to create a new account. It seems the Zoo page doesn't even ask for any kind of requirement to confirm a child with special needs is going?
Is this deal then only for childs with special needs or is their day but the zoo is welcoming other children with the same deal?
Thinking the same
heeljames
frakison
heeljames
frakison
heeljames
frakison
Aren't ALL children special? I certainly think that mine are!!! Stupid over-PC nonsense, LET ME STRESS: I have no problem with the principle, its great, but lets call it what it is, is a "Day for children with special needs", what's wrong in just saying that? :)
What's wrong with "special children's day"? Your over sensitivity at people of over sensitivity is a little ironic don't you think?
You have seen that this thread is over a year old right?!? Where do you get that I'm being oversensitive? The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!! Why not call these children "fluffy pink elephants" as that's equally as inaccurate?!?! I personally find the term "special children" a bit derogatory, as lets face it, you're singling them out and MAKING an issue of their differences, which is surely all it is, is it not?!
To be honest, you sound like one of the PC type I referred to and we'll never agree so lets just leave it there shall we flower before it all kicks off! ;)
Special - better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.
Lol, Pc type, good one. I'm a teacher, I've worked with dozens of special needs kids - I know more about them than you'll ever understand. My point was, and still is, that the only person getting upset here is you. You're literally complaining about something that is A) by dictionary definition accurate and correct, and B) none of your concern or business. Where do I think you're over sensitive? Well you've labelled this harmless act "derogatory" for a start X)
As you seem quite uneducated on the matter, I'll very briefly fill you in. Many special needs children life their lives not knowing of their labels. They know that they're different of course, but many don't receive diagnosis until they're at least 10 years old - and that's only if parents are helpful and understanding of what is best for their kids (many aren't). Using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different. It's a tiny gesture to allow these children to avoid feeling further isolated and different (it plays on their lack of understanding in a nice way)
If you're truly bitter and synical enough to believe that children who already struggle daily to fit in and adapt at school - children who are often bullied or targeted for their needs - don't deserve a small token gesture to make them feel better than your kids, then fine. There is nothing I can say or do to change your narrow minded perspective on the world and the conversation will end here. But have a real hard think about it before you reply: Does referring to special needs kids as "special children" really harm your children even 1/10000th of the amount that having a special need would?
Utter claptrap and typical of someone who works in one of the most PC sectors as its what you lot get drummed in to you daily. I suppose you also agree with taking unruly toe rags to Alton Towers because they haven't punched a teacher that week? :)
The only one getting stressed is you flower, you're the one that replied a year old thread :p I'm just having a discussion. However, with your narrow view on life and lack of reason, I'm just glad you don't teach my kids ;)
I find it laughable that you say that "using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different"..... and you do this by making them feel different to other kids?!?! :)
Does it harm my kids? Have I ever said it does? This happens a lot, but with you, I find it extremely disappointing. As a teacher, surely you should be able to read what people say as opposed to reading what you THINK they say? ;)
"Blah blah blah back in my day....blah blah blah immigrants stole my shoes.....blah blah blah bring back the death penalty....blah blah blah.
You're right, I did reply to a year old thread...A year old thread that had been replied to mere hours before and was on the front page lol. As for "flower", I'm a male you tit.
I look forward to your points on bringing back corporal punishment...the slipper perhaps? Im glossing over all your comments as I spend my week imparting knowledge and frankly have better things than schooling you at the weekend.
P.s. Immigrants stole my phone box!

Do you really think it's acceptable to start name calling? You're not in the playground now, besides, who's mentioned anything about immigration etc? You're clearly harbouring a lot of anger, hate and racism, it's worrying that someone with your disgusting attributes is actually teaching our kids? oO

Chill out flower, you're on one of your many holidays either this week or next, you should be happy? X)


Edited By: frakison on Apr 02, 2017 17:58
frakison
heeljames
frakison
heeljames
frakison
Aren't ALL children special? I certainly think that mine are!!! Stupid over-PC nonsense, LET ME STRESS: I have no problem with the principle, its great, but lets call it what it is, is a "Day for children with special needs", what's wrong in just saying that? :)
What's wrong with "special children's day"? Your over sensitivity at people of over sensitivity is a little ironic don't you think?
You have seen that this thread is over a year old right?!? Where do you get that I'm being oversensitive? The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!! Why not call these children "fluffy pink elephants" as that's equally as inaccurate?!?! I personally find the term "special children" a bit derogatory, as lets face it, you're singling them out and MAKING an issue of their differences, which is surely all it is, is it not?!
To be honest, you sound like one of the PC type I referred to and we'll never agree so lets just leave it there shall we flower before it all kicks off! ;)
Special - better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.
Lol, Pc type, good one. I'm a teacher, I've worked with dozens of special needs kids - I know more about them than you'll ever understand. My point was, and still is, that the only person getting upset here is you. You're literally complaining about something that is A) by dictionary definition accurate and correct, and B) none of your concern or business. Where do I think you're over sensitive? Well you've labelled this harmless act "derogatory" for a start X)
As you seem quite uneducated on the matter, I'll very briefly fill you in. Many special needs children life their lives not knowing of their labels. They know that they're different of course, but many don't receive diagnosis until they're at least 10 years old - and that's only if parents are helpful and understanding of what is best for their kids (many aren't). Using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different. It's a tiny gesture to allow these children to avoid feeling further isolated and different (it plays on their lack of understanding in a nice way)
If you're truly bitter and synical enough to believe that children who already struggle daily to fit in and adapt at school - children who are often bullied or targeted for their needs - don't deserve a small token gesture to make them feel better than your kids, then fine. There is nothing I can say or do to change your narrow minded perspective on the world and the conversation will end here. But have a real hard think about it before you reply: Does referring to special needs kids as "special children" really harm your children even 1/10000th of the amount that having a special need would?
Utter claptrap and typical of someone who works in one of the most PC sectors as its what you lot get drummed in to you daily. I suppose you also agree with taking unruly toe rags to Alton Towers because they haven't punched a teacher that week? :)
The only one getting stressed is you flower, you're the one that replied a year old thread :p I'm just having a discussion. However, with your narrow view on life and lack of reason, I'm just glad you don't teach my kids ;)
I find it laughable that you say that "using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different"..... and you do this by making them feel different to other kids?!?! :)
Does it harm my kids? Have I ever said it does? This happens a lot, but with you, I find it extremely disappointing. As a teacher, surely you should be able to read what people say as opposed to reading what you THINK they say? ;)
"Blah blah blah back in my day....blah blah blah immigrants stole my shoes.....blah blah blah bring back the death penalty....blah blah blah.

You're right, I did reply to a year old thread...A year old thread that had been replied to mere hours before and was on the front page lol. As for "flower", I'm a male you tit.

I look forward to your points on bringing back corporal punishment...the slipper perhaps? Im glossing over all your comments as I spend my week imparting knowledge and frankly have better things than schooling you at the weekend.

P.s. Immigrants stole my phone box!
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20% off annual ZSL (London and Whipsnade) gift membership £63.00

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£63.00 @ ZSL London Zoo
Starting from just £63 your loved ones can enjoy unlimited visits to ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo all year round. Sign-up by 31st December 2016 to receive a 20% discount and one of our limi… Read More
Starting from just £63 your loved ones can enjoy unlimited visits to ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo all year round. Sign-up by 31st December 2016 to receive a 20% discount and one of our limi…
kevthehornet Avatar6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago1 Comment
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Very misleading heading saying it is £63: that is for one child. A more realistic price is £229 for two adults and two children. You could say in the heading it is free as it is for under threes. MUCH too expensive.
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London Zoo Sunset Safari - Discount Tickets £10.00 3rd June! (usually £22.50)

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Looks like they are worried about numbers for tomorrow so tickets are better than half price if ordered before 4pm tomorrow! Read More
Looks like they are worried about numbers for tomorrow so tickets are better than half price if ordered before 4pm tomorrow!
acearchie Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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wonder which heinous crime these animals committed to be incarcerated for life. zoos are outdated. want to see an animal then fly to the Serengeti.
Thank you. It was great!
micpwelsh
Remember people don't let your kids in the gorilla enclosure
if that gorilla was left in its natural habitat it wouldn't have been shot thanks to some idiot parents
micpwelsh
Remember people don't let your kids in the gorilla enclosure
if that gorilla was left in its natural habitat it wouldn't have been shot thanks to some idiot parents

The zoo has to take most of the blame. If a toddler can get/climb into an enclosure then it can't be that secure
tomwenn
Awesome. Depressed animals in cages. Can't wait.


Are we not all depressed animals in a cage?
Awesome. Depressed animals in cages. Can't wait.
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Free Jungle Book Audible Download

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Just did a quick search and couldn't find a current deal for this on here. Seems pretty good and 25p is donated to ZSL for each download. Star Studded Jungle Book Audiobook to raise funds for ZSL Read More
Just did a quick search and couldn't find a current deal for this on here. Seems pretty good and 25p is donated to ZSL for each download. Star Studded Jungle Book Audiobook to raise funds for ZSL
Ytrewq54321 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago11 Comments
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Can't see how you can just download as an.mp3 file?
solid
http://www.audible.co.uk/jungle
Doesn't work for me. Have I got the correct URL?

Looks right to me... try it through the get deal link
https://www.zsl.org/news/star-studded-jungle-book-audiobook-to-raise-funds-for-zsl
http://www.audible.co.uk/jungle

Doesn't work for me. Have I got the correct URL?
is it only free with the 30 day trial?
great version, have listened to this whilst diy ing ..a must have.
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2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult & 3 Children £59.06 + Under 3s go Free! [Example 2 Adults + 2 Children + 2 under 3 = £59.06] @ Whipsnade Zoo

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2 Adults & 2 Adults or 1 Adults & 3 Children total of £59.06 - Use code SAVER ALL Under 3s also go free on top of the above offer Also if you have 10 or more people you can get a 25% discount on… Read More
2 Adults & 2 Adults or 1 Adults & 3 Children total of £59.06 - Use code SAVER ALL Under 3s also go free on top of the above offer Also if you have 10 or more people you can get a 25% discount on…
goonertillidie Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago1 Comment
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http://www.zsl.org/sites/default/files/image/2014-04/Whipsnade-Zoo-map-2014.jpg?itok=ScvU2Clm
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20% off annual ZSL (London and Whipsnade) gift membership starting from £56.00

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ZSL (London and Whipsnade Zoo) Christmas offer saves 20% on annual gift membership prices and you get a free gift pack. Family (1 adult and up to 5 children) Full: £173.75 Now: £139 Family (2 a… Read More
ZSL (London and Whipsnade Zoo) Christmas offer saves 20% on annual gift membership prices and you get a free gift pack. Family (1 adult and up to 5 children) Full: £173.75 Now: £139 Family (2 a…
Jeneryx Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago1 Comment
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Crikey 16 years ago I bought an adult one for less than £30. That's an amazing rate of inflation.
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Zsl whipsnade/London zoo 20% off annual pass

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Zsl are currently doing 20% off their annual pass if you pay by annual direct debit (you can cancel after if you only want to do one year) or if yo u buy as a gift. Benefits include free parking, d… Read More
Zsl are currently doing 20% off their annual pass if you pay by annual direct debit (you can cancel after if you only want to do one year) or if yo u buy as a gift. Benefits include free parking, d…
jessica1 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago3 Comments
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I cant seem to edit the link so here it is

http://www.zsl.org/membership
link not working
It's always '20% discount' for direct debit. It just cost more to pay by any other method.
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Friendly Spider programme £135.00 @ ZSL

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Do you have a spider phobia? Then it's time you joined our Friendly Spider Programme where we will help you to overcome your fears. There is no good reason to have a spider phobia, they're harmle… Read More
Do you have a spider phobia? Then it's time you joined our Friendly Spider Programme where we will help you to overcome your fears. There is no good reason to have a spider phobia, they're harmle…
openair Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago16 Comments
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Pair of Doc Martens is a darn sight cheaper. Just crush the buggers.
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THAT PICTURE! !!

Picture looks like a Nhandu Chromatus...i have one in my Tarantula collection....:-)
Panama Red-Rumped Bird-Eating Tarantula (Sericopelma rubronitens) Actually!

I stand corrected...we don't have one of those :-) they aren't a popular species with uk collectors. Not a particularly aggressive tarantula though :-)
Just done a bit of a tidy up in my workshop.... a good vacuuming ;) ... and a good flame throwing for the ones hiding in the cracks ;)
Harmless. Tell it to these fella's (Brazilian Wandering Spider) most assuredly deadly.

http://i.imgur.com/Ii9Ds.jpg

Edited By: Tyranicus66 on Apr 14, 2013 19:45
alfa111
Local pet shop will give you an experience with a Brazillian black for free. They run sessions for charity.
Do they have spiders aswell? ;)
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Up to 5 Kids go free London Zoo: 26 to 31 December with adult £18.00

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Between Sunday 26 and Friday 31 December, the ZSL London Zoo. is inviting five kids to visit for free with one full-paying adult. Buy tickets online. This offer is only available for pre-boo… Read More
Between Sunday 26 and Friday 31 December, the ZSL London Zoo. is inviting five kids to visit for free with one full-paying adult. Buy tickets online. This offer is only available for pre-boo…
Maps Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago1 Comment
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£18 for one adult though but this is a brilliant deal when you've got loads of kids :)
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ZSL London Zoo and Whipsnade Zoo - Free Annual Entry as a ZSL Friend £48.50

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If you have children under three years old and live near Whipsnade or London Zoo, you can become a ZSL friend which gives you free annual entry to both zoos for the cost of just over three visits* (fi… Read More
If you have children under three years old and live near Whipsnade or London Zoo, you can become a ZSL friend which gives you free annual entry to both zoos for the cost of just over three visits* (fi…
mda20 Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago1 Comment
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The tigers certainly don't look this good at London Zoo, poor *******s it's a disgrace !
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2 for 1 deal on London Zoo tickets

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This Two for One deal when you are traveling by train to london zoo check site for more details Read More
This Two for One deal when you are traveling by train to london zoo check site for more details
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great deal as i get free rail travel as well
Description:
Don’t miss GORILLA KINGDOM. On your visit experience the sights, sounds and smells of the rainforest within a natural walk-through environment and get closer than ever to our majestic gorillas.

There are over 12,000 amazing animals for you to see. These are just a few things which make a visit to ZSL London Zoo a great day out for the whole family.

Admission: Adult £17.00.

The ticket price includes an optional £1.60 donation to the Zoological Society of London.

Opening Times: Daily 10.00-17.30.

Visit Time: 4 hours.

Telephone: 020 7722 3333.

Please see website for more information.
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Adopt a Monkey (other animals)- FREE tickets when you do- london zoo £20.00

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£20.00 @ ZSL London Zoo
My first post- bascially adopt an animal, paying £20 will get you a FREE ticket, paying £30 or more and you will get two free london zoo tickets, each worth about £14 if bought the the zoo gate. basic… Read More
My first post- bascially adopt an animal, paying £20 will get you a FREE ticket, paying £30 or more and you will get two free london zoo tickets, each worth about £14 if bought the the zoo gate. basic…
monkeybrains Avatar9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago9 Comments
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Adopt a monkey? Where the hell can I put that, I've enough problems with the kids without having a monkey running around the house. They must be mad

not in your house in the park.
Use a google search "adoption zoo" and there are loads. Some will put a plaque with your name on it in the zoo. Or the born free org has a great deal also in there jan sale. I have also seen another blog on huk deals from W H Smiths.
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Is the ticket use once or for 1 year.


yes, a normal one day ticket worth £14.50
Is the ticket use once or for 1 year.
morrissey653;1390734
Already bought this prior to seeing this. I was very dissapointed with the package. Yes you get the tickets but the certificate was on plain white paper. they couldn't even get the name on it right .... then charged us to send a correct cert. There are other zoos and organisations that do the same but provide a better product. Not impressed


Which other ones?