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60% off Alton Towers tickets! BUYAGIFT £15.00
60% off Alton Towers tickets! BUYAGIFT £15.00

60% off Alton Towers tickets! BUYAGIFT £15.00

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arent there often buy one get one vouchers for alron towers-in newspapers/supermarkets etc?

so you pay 15 quid to save 23 pounds on adult admission. not voting either way cos my brain is confuddled atm but Im sure there is better than this to be had.

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barky

arent there often buy one get one vouchers for alron towers-in … arent there often buy one get one vouchers for alron towers-in newspapers/supermarkets etc?so you pay 15 quid to save 23 pounds on adult admission. not voting either way cos my brain is confuddled atm but Im sure there is better than this to be had.




yes buy one get one free on full adult price ticket which is £38 when you get there, which is £19 per adult ticket,

this is also good if you have an odd number of people going.

If you have a better deal than this then I'll take it!!

lady7blue

yes buy one get one free on full adult price ticket which is £38 when you … yes buy one get one free on full adult price ticket which is £38 when you get there, which is £19 per adult ticket,this is also good if you have an odd number of people going.If you have a better deal than this then I'll take it!!



wasnt saying it was a bad deal,and I get your point about an odd number of people-fair comment.

HOT!

Thats excellent - but Alton Towers on facebook have got a 2 for 1 with Extra Ride Time at the minute.

Still voted hot!

hot hot n hot!!!

This is £15 per ticket, buy one get one free is £19 per ticket. Not rocket science. HOT.

Ouch, thats hot.

There's Quidco too.
not exactly sure how much

3%for Merlin Group Print and Go Tickets8%for all other Print and Go Tickets15%for all other sales

It can only be used on a specified day, on which the weather may be terrible.

The 2 for 1 is a better deal IMO for the simple reason that it is more flexible. If you do not go, you are not losing any money.

Voted hot for the price though.

ray123

Voted hot for the price though.



+1

Burger King do half price vouchers for Merlin attractions, including Alton Towers, which are ideal for groups with odd numbers.

Cracking deal btw.

anyone know when they are valid until?

The day you book them for only

mugglesquop

anyone know when they are valid until?



The day you book them for only

alexhickman89

The day you book them for onlyThe day you book them for only



ah i see. i'll wait until another deal comes along then, cheers

Very hot and yes this is better than the bogof deals in the paper. Maybe 8% quidco too quidco.com/buy…uk/

Hot enough deal for me... 4 tickets bought. Obviously, you have to fix the date you go and this can't be changed, but I know a 13 year old that will appreciate a trip to AT on his birthday in a couple of weeks.

Book for whole family £60.00 Should normally be £107.00 - Bargain kids will love it.

thanks

barky

arent there often buy one get one vouchers for alron towers-in … arent there often buy one get one vouchers for alron towers-in newspapers/supermarkets etc?so you pay 15 quid to save 23 pounds on adult admission. not voting either way cos my brain is confuddled atm but Im sure there is better than this to be had.



If you find a better deal please let us know

Pity you have to specify the day.

if you're planning to stay overnight avoid the Britannia North Stafford hotel at all costs! heat added, good price

Just what i needed, thanks!

Has anyone received e-mail confirmation?

Theres £5 off if you go via the topcashback site too.

Voted Hot though with mixed or mostly rainy weather lately i don't think i'll be going anytime soon

Wish I had seen this earlier just been, was three of us with bogof so cost around £28 each. Was great fun but that th13teen ride wasn't worth the wait. Definitely worth trying once but don't queue too long for it. Rita and Nemesis is where it's at

Great deal thanks:D

Went the other day, took my little brother on Oblivion and I think I scared him for life! Quality day out though, definitely recommend it!

Hot deal, I'm thinking of going, is the best time to go 2nd week of Sept or something? I went to Thorpe Park at the end of June / start July and it was pretty busy (1.5+hrs queue for main rides) - but maybe its always like that, and worse in August.

Looks like quidco is 3% for this. This is a hard deal to beat money wise. The family ticket offer at the alton towers website is £16 more expensive for me but includes that quieter extra hour which always goes down well with the kids. Quidco is 6% for that.

great deal.. next best is probably raring to go , £17 on a none specified day ( £12.00 for kids)

ordered 4 tickets. never got email confirmation though so best not lose my printout!

can anyone recommend a good hotel fairly priced ?

kidcat

Theres £5 off if you go via the topcashback site too.



I can't see that >?

I can only see 6% for hotel bookings.

So badly want to go but the queues put me off big time we only seem to get on 2 or 3 of the bigger rides and generally don't even bother with Rita or Air as spending up to 3 hours of the day for 2 rides seems ridiculous. I wish there was a chart tosay which days were generally quieter as my mate used to swear Saturdays were generally quieter as most people avoided them thinking they would be the worse.

simba2585

ordered 4 tickets. never got email confirmation though so best not lose … ordered 4 tickets. never got email confirmation though so best not lose my printout!can anyone recommend a good hotel fairly priced ?



Look for B&B's in Oakamoor - I can recommend The Beehive & am staying at The Laurals this Sunday.

Banned

hot

deb8z

I can't see that >?I can only see 6% for hotel bookings.



If you go via topcashback theres a banner saying £5 off use TCB5 at checkout:)

not bad best deal 4 alton towers i seen just a shame u still have 2 pay 2 park there i want 2 know how they can justify charging a car park fee when its £38 to get in its not like i would b in the car park for another reason
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