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Help! Any ideas for cheaper Drayton Manor tickets?!

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
We're going on Wednesday, so I don't have enough time to order from Tesco.

Got 2 families, each with 2 adults and 1 child (plus an assortment of toddlers who get in free anyway), so 4 adults plus 2 kids = £132 = too much money :(

I've been all over the net looking for a better deal - a few small savings on tickets through Ebay but again the postage issue means we probably wouldn't get them in time.

Any ideas? Happy to collect tickets/vouchers if anyone's seen any discount leaflets anywhere.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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there was a leaflet with teh recent cc statement offering 2for1 for alton towers etc, im suer drayton manor was liste dtoo
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DIVA1977;8290413
there was a leaflet with teh recent cc statement offering 2for1 for alton towers etc, im suer drayton manor was liste dtoo

Thanks, I'll take a look at mine. I think there was something in the Barclaycard one, but don't think DM was one of them.

Has anyone got Leisure Time vouchers? Do they have anything with DM on it? I've got some somewhere but can't find them!
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DIVA1977
there was a leaflet with teh recent cc statement offering 2for1 for alton towers etc, im suer drayton manor was liste dtoo



Nope it was just for the Merlin group sites

OP maybe try a local tourist information place
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There was a voucher in the Birmingham Evening Mail this week for 1 free child with 2 adults paying if you know anyone that could get you one.

DM do very little discounts since Thomas land as they don't need to.

Cheapest is probably buying a family ticket plus the extras online.
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deanos;8290515
Nope it was just for the Merlin group sites

OP maybe try a local tourist information place

Thanks.

There's a discount card on Staffs TI called 'Enjoy' but it looks like they've removed DM from it - still BOGOF at Alton Towers though which isn't bad for a freebie.

Apart from Ebay, any ideas of anywhere that people sell Clubcard vouchers that they've already converted?
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greg_68;8290529
There was a voucher in the Birmingham Evening Mail this week for 1 free child with 2 adults paying if you know anyone that could get you one.

DM do very little discounts since Thomas land as they don't need to.

Cheapest is probably buying a family ticket plus the extras online.

I saw some of them on Ebay I think, but the ones I saw required voucher collecting - I'll have a look at their website now to see if there's any info on it there. That would be £44 off the price which is a good start!:thumbsup:

For some reason they don't sell family tickets online, only adult/child for £22 each.
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panddda
I saw some of them on Ebay I think, but the ones I saw required voucher collecting - I'll have a look at their website now to see if there's any info on it there. That would be £44 off the price which is a good start!:thumbsup:

For some reason they don't sell family tickets online, only adult/child for £22 each.


That's a bit weird, I'd give them a ring then.
#8
greg_68;8290647
That's a bit weird, I'd give them a ring then.

Might do. Also, as my friend who's going is pregnant, it might be worth asking if there's any discount since she won't be able to do diddly-squat apart from babysit!

Looked at the free child offer on Ebay a bit more - because you need 2 full paying adults (so £28 each instead of the £22 for booking online) then although you're still saving, it's nowhere near as much, especially if you factor in the cost of buying the tickets on Ebay and the chance they might not arrive on time/at all.

Nyeh. Why can't Tesco offer a next day service? I'd happily pay a tenner for the priviledge!
#9
i saw kids go free in tonights evening post ( unsure if nationwide)

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