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Posted 25 September 2023

2 Grandparents get free entry 30th September to 1st October with 1 full paying adult - from £21

£21£5964% off
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2 Grandparents get free entry 30th September to 1st October with 1 full paying adult at Gullivers World. Available at Milton Keynes, Matlock Bath, Warrington and Rother Valley. Pricing of one adult ticket is from £21 in Milton Keynes, so 3 tickets for £21 (inc 2 grandparents) works out at £7 each. Pricing may vary at other locations.



Grandparents Weekend - Nan and Grandad Go FREECelebrate Grandparents Weekend at Gulliver’s World. Two Grandparents get free entry when accompanied by one full paying person throughout Grandparents Weekend! This special offer is available at all Gulliver’s Theme Parks on both the Saturday and the Sunday.

This promotion cannot be used in conjuction with any other offer, including the afternoon rate.


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Edited by Chanchi32, 25 September 2023
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  1. Whitey2048's avatar
    Thats one way to try and get ya inheritance early I suppose, heat
  2. fastcarmaniac's avatar
    How do you prove you are a grandparent with only having another (slightly younger) adult present?
    Whitey2048's avatar
    Just come out with some outrageously inappropriate comments, and call the guy at reception "sonny", that will work, I'm sure. If it fails, just pee yourself.
  3. EndemicAlarm's avatar
    Wow, Matlock Bath is a lot more of an event than Perry Mason Shower
  4. JackBauer123's avatar
    Would be interesting to see what the T&CS say how they define a grandparent and the proof needed.
  5. Chris0609's avatar
    The three for £21 sounds great so I thought wife and myself could take our two children and their two kids. So it 4 people to pay at £23 each (£29 if roll up at door) £92 in total. An awful lot and if its raining it is not such a great experience. So if you wait to see the weather its 4*£29 £116. I think we will give it a miss. (edited)
    deleted531767's avatar
    Not sure they accept the $, yet.
  6. xxbluedragonxx's avatar
    2 grandparents enter, none leave
  7. lookout's avatar
    Imagine the theme park full of grandparents, This mean the queues waiting times gonna be x4 times longer then school holidays (edited)
  8. Els2022's avatar
    Voted cold because my grandparents are dead
  9. Jon_Red's avatar
    Never been, is it similar to Thorpe?
  10. RuththeResearcher's avatar
    Is that a euphemism for 'bag carriers' - as I bet they just sit with all the bags while the rest of the family goes on the rides. Not that there is anything wrong with that - I do it as turned into a right wuss the older I have got.
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