25% off all orders at Buy a Gift (With code) **Thursday Only - Now live** including: £29.25 Supercar Driving experience with Free High Speed Passenger Ride (Drive 2 cars  £44.25) **MORE IN OP**
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25% off all orders at Buy a Gift (With code) **Thursday Only - Now live** including: £29.25 Supercar Driving experience with Free High Speed Passenger Ride (Drive 2 cars £44.25) **MORE IN OP**

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Found 27th Sep
*Starts at midnight tonight*

Code: VBXHOT25


Some real good offers to be picked up from tomorrow (Thurs) with this code, including Three Course Meal with Glass of Wine for Two at Prezzo £22.50 OR Two nights for the price of one for 2ppl, on hotel stays (Breakfast included on a lot of those) Links and stuff at the bottom of OP.

Personally I quite like the idea of whipping some nice motors around a track for a bit. Would make a nice gift and if you want to add extra cars to drive you can:

Drive 2 cars - £44.25 (With code)
Drive 3 cars - £59.25 (With code)

I have highlighted the cars available, although they do vary, so check before booking, just in case there is something special you're looking for. Locations at bottom of post Delivery is free, if you go for an Evoucher

Info

Calling all petrol heads! Here’s your chance to race an exhilarating three miles in the supercar of your choice - you’ll even get a passenger ride, driven round the track by a seasoned professional. Choose from an incredible range of cool cars, from the Audi R8 to the Nissan GTR. If the thought of a supercar isn't doing it for you, what about getting behind the wheel of a classic American muscle car? You’ll have a hard time making your decision, but once you’re in, you won’t want to get out. Available at locations UK wide, you're never too far from the action.

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What's included?
  • Drive a supercar of your choice for 3 miles
  • High speed passenger lap
  • Full introduction and safety briefing

What do I need to know?
  • Your voucher is valid for 10 months, for one person
  • This experience is available Monday - Friday. You can pay a supplement charge for weekend bookings at some locations
  • Participants must present a full UK driving licence on the day
  • Minimum age is 17 years
  • Minimum height is 5’0”, Maximum height is 6’6”
  • Maximum weight is 18 stone
  • The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer accepting liability in the event of damage being caused to the car through their negligence
  • All dates are subject to availability
  • At most locations, you will have the choice of buying a collision damage waiver for an additional charge of approximately £25. Drivers are under no obligation to purchase this optional waiver
  • Cars available vary by location, and include: Aston Martin, Audi R8, BMW I8, Porsche 911, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Nissan GTR, F-TYPE Jaguar, Mazda MX5 race car, Nissan Skyline, Chevrolet Camaro SS, Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Mustang race car, Mustang GT V8, Toyota Supra, Ford GT 40, Dodge Charger – please ask when booking
You may also drive the Mustang GT500 Eleanor Corvette Race Car for a £20 upgrade fee

Locations:

MIDLANDS
Derbyshire (Midlands) - Derby
Leicestershire (Midlands) - Lutterworth
Leicestershire (Midlands) - Mallory Park
Lincolnshire (Midlands) - Gainsborough
Lincolnshire (Midlands) - Gainsborough
Northamptonshire (Midlands) - Rockingham
Staffordshire (Midlands) - Seighford

NORTH
North Yorkshire (North) - York
North Yorkshire (North) - York

SOUTH EAST
Essex (South East) - Saffron Walden
Hampshire (South East) - Aldershot
Hertfordshire (South East) - Hemel Hempstead
Kent (South East) - CANTERBURY
Suffolk (South East) - Woodbridge

SOUTH WEST
Cornwall (South West) - Saint Agnes
Gloucestershire (South West) - Cirencester
Oxfordshire (South West) - Abingdon
Oxfordshire (South West) - Bicester
Oxfordshire (South West) - Upper Heyford

WALES
Clwyd (Wales) - Wales


Other Offers

Three Course Meal with Glass of Wine for Two at Prezzo £22.50 - 260 locations available - Here

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Tickle your taste buds and tuck in to delicious Italian cuisine with someone special at Prezzo - available at over 200 locations. You’ll be able to savour the taste of Italy with a three course meal from a set menu and a glass of wine each at a gorgeous Prezzo restaurant of your choice, with restaurants set in the UK’s most attractive locations and bustling cities. With a fantastic set menu featuring mouth-watering pizzas, sumptuous pasta dishes and decadent desserts all made using fresh and seasonal ingredients, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes.

You must book your table online using the Buyagift My Voucher site - the booking process is easy: just follow the steps provided with your voucher. Please remember to take your voucher with you on the day.



Two Nights for the Price of One Hotel Breaks £74.25 - 116 locations available -Here

Lots with breakfast is included on both mornings.
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This incredible offer means there is no excuse to put off that well-deserved break. Fancy an escape to the countryside to recharge your batteries? Or what about a chance to explore an exciting new city? Whatever the reason for your trip you can both relax, unwind, and even enjoy an extra night with this offer. With a choice of over 100 top-quality properties located all over the UK and Europe – from quaint Cornish towns to the remote Scottish Highlands or even Rome in Italy - there is something to suit every taste. There’s never been a better reason to take a staycation with this ten month, flexible voucher.



30 Comments

25% off is the going rate at least once a week it comes around, this deal is best for food offers.

Code won't work on Prezzo offer

squigglehead721 h, 6 m ago

Code won't work on Prezzo offer


It does . Just paid £22.50 for three courses and glass of wine for 2 .

Elise2111 h, 9 m ago

It does . Just paid £22.50 for three courses and glass of wine for 2 .



I've had this deal. Be aware, iI's a limited menu to choose from but the three choices for starter, main and desert weren't too bad and the pizza was delicious.

Big savings to be had with this on expensive deals such as flight experiences

Dont bother with the supercar experiences unless you want to drive around in 4/5th gear and not be able to experience the actual car through all the gears......Had one at Rockingham and was awful would never do one again

I just did a two car experience at the top gear track, it was a bit disappointing, they do everything they can to extract more money out of you. The £25 insurance waiver being the worst - they are already covered but scare you with - if you damage the cars in any way - £5000 insurance excess.

The first car they don't let you drive fast so a waste of time, second car is better but the tracks are so short that's it's just over more quickly, unless of course you pay more money to do more laps. They get you to upshift early as well so you don't even get to hear the noise of the engine. The Ferrari design means that you have to turn your foot sideways to depress the accelerator, great design...

I just saved over £38 on an experience - well happy! - thanks:-)

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  • The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer accepting liability in the event of damage being caused to the car through their negligence"

sounds like there is no insurance, why??? i bet even hitting the orange scones are forbidden.

shopar_artiz53 m ago

"The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer …"The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer accepting liability in the event of damage being caused to the car through their negligence"sounds like there is no insurance, why??? i bet even hitting the orange scones are forbidden.


My daughter wants to do this but that put me off. I get the impression if she went of the track and maybe scratched a wheel or bodywork then they'd hit her with the cost?

But orange scones sound tasty
Edited by: "Dalkirst" 28th Sep

shopar_artiz52 m ago

"The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer …"The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer accepting liability in the event of damage being caused to the car through their negligence"sounds like there is no insurance, why??? i bet even hitting the orange scones are forbidden.



The horror! Imagine hitting an orange scone at high speed, jam and crumbs everywhere....

Thank you. It's my sister's 30th birthday soon, so I'll be able to treat her to a spa day



That's what they extort... I mean, suggest you pay the £25 excess for, but if you do go off road they told us that you will be asked to return to the pit and end your session.

Bigfootpete2 h, 15 m ago

I just did a two car experience at the top gear track, it was a bit …I just did a two car experience at the top gear track, it was a bit disappointing, they do everything they can to extract more money out of you. The £25 insurance waiver being the worst - they are already covered but scare you with - if you damage the cars in any way - £5000 insurance excess.The first car they don't let you drive fast so a waste of time, second car is better but the tracks are so short that's it's just over more quickly, unless of course you pay more money to do more laps. They get you to upshift early as well so you don't even get to hear the noise of the engine. The Ferrari design means that you have to turn your foot sideways to depress the accelerator, great design...

Last time I went, the instructor asked me my experience straight away, as I wanted to drive in paddle shift rather than auto.They have to consider your ability and driving experience before they allow you open the cars up. It's for their safety and yours. The first thing I told the instructor is that I pulled up in a BMW M3, have had two previous supercars and a little rally experience. He basically said crack on, and I drove the GTR as hard as I could. By the last lap I managed to get it completely sideways on a turn and he said nothing

You're right about the scare mongering on the insurance though, I took it out as I feared they would try and sting me if the gearbox/clutch or turbo went. They said they wouldn't charge me for that unless my actions had directly caused the fault, but I didn't like the idea that they could easily turn around and say it's 'your fault' if it did break down. Bit of con I think as insurance is a prerequisite in the first place.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 28th Sep

I get weekly emails with discount codes for buyagift, hardly a deal.

nicksharrock1111 h, 20 m ago

The horror! Imagine hitting an orange scone at high speed, jam and crumbs …The horror! Imagine hitting an orange scone at high speed, jam and crumbs everywhere....


hehehehe.... you are right, i made a speeling mistake. bet it would be so much fun to go on a race track full of cakes and scones.

robcrazee3 h, 32 m ago

Dont bother with the supercar experiences unless you want to drive around …Dont bother with the supercar experiences unless you want to drive around in 4/5th gear and not be able to experience the actual car through all the gears......Had one at Rockingham and was awful would never do one again

Sounds like they may differ from venue or the instructor.

I did one at York and the instructor encouraged me to try and get the most out of the car from the start.

Yes, the extra sell is there, for the insurance waiver, photo'sand car upgrades...but no pressure to do so.

Bear in mind, the cars will probably be the older models, with some wear... unless you upgrade, and pay between £10 and £20 extra I think it was and you can upgrade to a super clean later model. For me, it was a one off so I upgraded one of my cars...well worth it!

The passenger ride was fantastic, and all in all a great afternoon out that the family enjoyed too

Thanks so much for this ! Just bought a hot air balloon flight for two for £150 using the code. Went through Top Cashback at 13% so about another £20 off that ! Total cost about £130 !!

Nathan300020 m ago

Thanks so much for this ! Just bought a hot air balloon flight for two for …Thanks so much for this ! Just bought a hot air balloon flight for two for £150 using the code. Went through Top Cashback at 13% so about another £20 off that ! Total cost about £130 !!


Don't count on cashback as well as all mine have been cancelled when I've used a code. A non TCB code.

You might get lucky though!
Edited by: "Ridgehead" 28th Sep

Does this work out cheaper through TCB at the moment?

15% off TCB code and 13% cashback.

Mind you not sure if worth the risk of cashback.

Ridgehead2 m ago

Does this work out cheaper through TCB at the moment? 15% off TCB code and …Does this work out cheaper through TCB at the moment? 15% off TCB code and 13% cashback.Mind you not sure if worth the risk of cashback.


Many thanks. Guess I'll have to wait and see if the cashback comes through. Fingers crossed !

Can you use the Prezzo one for 4 or 6 people? Or is it literally tables for two?

Dekard974 h, 21 m ago

Last time I went, the instructor asked me my experience straight away, as …Last time I went, the instructor asked me my experience straight away, as I wanted to drive in paddle shift rather than auto.They have to consider your ability and driving experience before they allow you open the cars up. It's for their safety and yours. The first thing I told the instructor is that I pulled up in a BMW M3, have had two previous supercars and a little rally experience. He basically said crack on, and I drove the GTR as hard as I could. By the last lap I managed to get it completely sideways on a turn and he said nothing You're right about the scare mongering on the insurance though, I took it out as I feared they would try and sting me if the gearbox/clutch or turbo went. They said they wouldn't charge me for that unless my actions had directly caused the fault, but I didn't like the idea that they could easily turn around and say it's 'your fault' if it did break down. Bit of con I think as insurance is a prerequisite in the first place.


It's not just about YOUR ability, it's about them PROTECTING their asset. I have never seen anyone "going sideways" at any of these events as in doing so you're adding undue wear and tear to tyres and stressing the mechanics of the car.

Also, to suggest that they assess you based on the car you turn up in is ridiculous, and if true, plain stupid, owning a fast car does not mean you can drive fast, or even well!

Either you got with an instructor who didn't care or the organisers are dodgy

Does anyone know why this code won't work on indoor skydiving? I've read through the post and tried to find the answer myself but under the promo code bit it simply says 'sorry no discounts are available on this amazing price'

Good find. 6 course meal bought for missus birthday. Saved me £25!

frakison8 h, 36 m ago

It's not just about YOUR ability, it's about them PROTECTING their asset. …It's not just about YOUR ability, it's about them PROTECTING their asset. I have never seen anyone "going sideways" at any of these events as in doing so you're adding undue wear and tear to tyres and stressing the mechanics of the car.Also, to suggest that they assess you based on the car you turn up in is ridiculous, and if true, plain stupid, owning a fast car does not mean you can drive fast, or even well!Either you got with an instructor who didn't care or the organisers are dodgy

I don't think you fully read what I said, or maybe you did and what I said got lost in translation. Either way, you've either misinterpreted what I wrote or exaggerated it. Anyway, changes nothing because that's precisely what happened.

Dekard9710 h, 28 m ago

I don't think you fully read what I said, or maybe you did and what I said …I don't think you fully read what I said, or maybe you did and what I said got lost in translation. Either way, you've either misinterpreted what I wrote or exaggerated it. Anyway, changes nothing because that's precisely what happened.

No...I've re-read my response and everything I wrote has a direct reference to what YOU wrote, I don't honestly think it's be who exaggerated anything

I'm getting deja vu on this and I think we've already been through it on here? If so, I didn't believe you then and I still don't

I told my experience - you're fully entitled to your opinion on the authenticity of my experience. If there's one thing I've learned in this life, it's that I cannot control anyone else's opinion of me or anything else - to think otherwise is actually a form of insanity.

Regarding the 2 night hotel deals, there was a similar deal advertised recently via Wowcher and when I looked at it, I saw what looked like 2 nice places on the scrolling pictures that were being used. However I could not find these particular hotels so I rang Buy a Gift and they didn't know where they were either and suggested the pictures may be for illustrative purposes. I suggested that would be helpful to know. I didn't hear back from them as they were going to find out. And I didn't book anything.

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