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irn bru carnival?

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
my son is going on sunday and i have done a quick search to see if there are any deals and couldnt find any so wanted to double check on here to see if you guys have heard of any thanks :-)
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
We went with some friends on tuesday - searched about for offers but nothing. There isnt even an option to buy a wristband either so a costly time. This is from the website

Each ride will cost just £1, with visitors paying an entry price of £10 giving them 10 vouchers, which can be exchanged for 10 rides. Entry on every ride is one voucher, while game stalls are two vouchers (the equivalent of £2) per go. Vouchers can be passed to friends and family enabling accompanying adults to give vouchers to the young ones. Children aged 3 and under enter free. Once inside the hall visitors can buy extra vouchers at £1 each.

For kids with Glasgow Young Scot / Kidz Cards and those with East Dunbartonshire Young Scot Cards, entry is only £5 (they still get 10 vouchers).
#2
I was there today and found it excellent value.

Two adults and two children £40 entry, took us over 4 hours to spend it all, it was busy but not to busy that you were waiting to get on the rides.

They give you a book with various vouchers in it when you go in and its £5 to park as well, but £1 per ride for new years day still very good value.
#3
bossyboots
We went with some friends on tuesday - searched about for offers but nothing. There isnt even an option to buy a wristband either so a costly time. This is from the website

Each ride will cost just £1, with visitors paying an entry price of £10 giving them 10 vouchers, which can be exchanged for 10 rides. Entry on every ride is one voucher, while game stalls are two vouchers (the equivalent of £2) per go. Vouchers can be passed to friends and family enabling accompanying adults to give vouchers to the young ones. Children aged 3 and under enter free. Once inside the hall visitors can buy extra vouchers at £1 each.

For kids with Glasgow Young Scot / Kidz Cards and those with East Dunbartonshire Young Scot Cards, entry is only £5 (they still get 10 vouchers).


brilliant bb as he has a young scot card so i will give him that to take with him and that way it will only be a fiver :thumbsup: thanks x
#4
bigbill
I was there today and found it excellent value.

Two adults and two children £40 entry, took us over 4 hours to spend it all, it was busy but not to busy that you were waiting to get on the rides.

They give you a book with various vouchers in it when you go in and its £5 to park as well, but £1 per ride for new years day still very good value.

he is going with friends so no adults i will have to try not to worry!
#5
wow i didnt know about the Young Scot card holders thing. That is pretty good :)
#6
hi faiza :) no i didnt either i keep their cards with me as its handy for when your out shopping in burtons and stuff 10% off :)
#7
wulshaz
he is going with friends so no adults i will have to try not to worry!


am dreading when my son gets to that age when he wants to go into town with his friends - he will be 11 next week so it wont be happening any time soon!!
#8
wulshaz
hi faiza :) no i didnt either i keep their cards with me as its handy for when your out shopping in burtons and stuff 10% off :)


hello :) I really didnt know they got alot of discounts with it. I just knew about the free swimming.. and thats it haha!
#9
bossyboots
am dreading when my son gets to that age when he wants to go into town with his friends - he will be 11 next week so it wont be happening any time soon!!


i only just let mine go to glasgow city centre by himself and he will be 16 this year :?
#10
Faiza
hello :) I really didnt know they got alot of discounts with it. I just knew about the free swimming.. and thats it haha!


i only found out by accident from a friend that works in burtons :thumbsup:
most shops do it i just ask now :-D
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Seems to me that most of the comments above are not from public but instead marketing speak from the organisers. Shame.
banned#12
Shame? STFU you muppet

OP - take a knife for the way out. You'll need it to fend off the neds

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