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Adult Entrance Ticket to Kew Gardens £5 @ Red Letter Days (Using code)
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Adult Entrance Ticket to Kew Gardens £5 @ Red Letter Days (Using code)

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Posted 16th Apr
Great price for an entry ticket to Kew Gardens. Use the code RLD10. Select e-voucher as the delivery option at checkout to avoid the £1.99 delivery charge.

Spend the day exploring one of the world's most celebrated and extensive gardens with this adult entry ticket to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Housing over 90 attractions in 326 acres of land, take time to travel through 10 incredibly different zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory which emulate different climates from all over the world. Delve into the rainforest and visit unique galleries solely dedicated to botanical art. Take some time to walk around Kew Palace and look at the many exquisite details and furnishings of this illustrious royal retreat. With an array of plant life, a treetop walk, four cafes and restaurants, a peaceful lake and water lily ponds, Kew Gardens really does offer a fantastic day out for nature lovers.

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Open year round, excluding 24 – 25 December. Kew Palace is located within Kew Gardens and is open April – October. Bookings must be made at least six weeks in advance.
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If you pick up an April gardeners world magazine it has 2for1 entry to Kew and numerous other gardens.
Edited by: "sjdennis" 16th Apr
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Thnks
"adult entrance" fnar fnar.
Just tried this and it only gave me £5 off each ticket not £10
Edited by: "Camestone" 16th Apr
"Bookings must be made at least six weeks in advance."


Anyone who has done this, do you know if you *have* to book or just turn up? Was looking to go over the weekend and this would be a great deal, but no good if you have to book that far in advance.
SonicSpeedBump2 m ago

"Bookings must be made at least six weeks in advance."Anyone who has done …"Bookings must be made at least six weeks in advance."Anyone who has done this, do you know if you *have* to book or just turn up? Was looking to go over the weekend and this would be a great deal, but no good if you have to book that far in advance.


Yeah, that is a bit of a disappointment.
Maybe best to give the Kew Garden a call and check.
Its a £10 off code so tickets are only £5 if you order one at a time, for multiple tickets in one basket you will only get a total of £10 off. Still a great deal though.
Thanks. Been wanting to go here
Emergency workers and military personnel - Free.
Even better!
Thanks, we were going in May anyway, the way I read it, I don't think you need to book in advance unless you want the guided tour, this is from email from Red Letter with booking details;

"Please do not pre-book if you have standard entry tickets you can show up on the day you wish to attend. Only book via the email provided 6 weeks in advance if you have guided tour tickets."
If you pick up an April gardeners world magazine it has 2for1 entry to Kew and numerous other gardens.
Edited by: "sjdennis" 16th Apr
Takes £10 off Afternoon tea as well. Might work on other things
Anteater579 m ago

Takes £10 off Afternoon tea as well. Might work on other things



It does & it's already posted as a generic voucher:
hotukdeals.com/vou…111

go ahead & post the tea thing as a deal & watch it go hot.
Heat OP, great price
great, thanks
What about child (above 4yrs old) ticket? need to buy the full ticket?
slamb4 h, 12 m ago

Thanks, we were going in May anyway, the way I read it, I don't think you …Thanks, we were going in May anyway, the way I read it, I don't think you need to book in advance unless you want the guided tour, this is from email from Red Letter with booking details;"Please do not pre-book if you have standard entry tickets you can show up on the day you wish to attend. Only book via the email provided 6 weeks in advance if you have guided tour tickets."


Thanks for this. Just bought one after reading this and yep, looks like you only have to book 6 weeks ahead if you want the guided tour.
Thanks!
DavidVonDavidson5 h, 54 m ago

Emergency workers and military personnel - Free. Even better!



Awesome, can't find much info on that but does that cover NHS Nurses? What do we do, just show our ID?
The information seems different to the Kew Gardens website. £3.50 entry for 4-16 year olds on red letter days (no deal to buy it) but £6 ok Kew's website. Seems like out of date information.
So without booking we can just turn up this weekend right ,
Can you use the code more than once on the same account please?
I got this from Kew Garden.


Thank you for getting in touch. Please check your voucher, if the package that you have bought through Red Letter Days does not include a private guided tour you just need to arrive with your voucher codes to enter the gardens.



If it does include a tour I am very sorry but guided tours are fully booked throughout May.



We still have availability for private tours from June onwards.
really odd - screen has frozen when I clicked place order as if CC payment issue but I received the e-voucher in an email despite this

unless you are booking a guided tour it looks like you can just turn up with your e-voucher on whatever day you want
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 17th Apr
Got myself couple of tickets, tnx
Do these tickets have an expiry date? I intend to visit in August.
Vouchers expire in 10 months
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No need to book if you buy a standard ticket.
Went on Monday, great place to spend the day
vtailor17/04/2019 14:19

[Image] No need to book if you buy a standard ticket.


So I've bought this now. Do I need to book a ticket with Kew gardens or just turn up and show the voucher? Does this evoucher entitle me to entry?
I have just used the code three times. It seems that buying this way adult ticket is cheaper than a child one.
Thank you very much for the post. Heat added.
Round the corner from my parents house - good convenience, thanks OP!
Voucher code is dead
ordered 2 then code went dead
How come it is telling me discount code is invalid?
ajkk38 m ago

I have just used the code three times. It seems that buying this way adult …I have just used the code three times. It seems that buying this way adult ticket is cheaper than a child one.


I can't use it for a second time on the same account. I'm trying in incognito tab now but still says 'didcount is not valid'. How did you manage to do that, please?

Thanks for the deal op
Edited by: "daydreamer44" 17th Apr
J4ipod9446 m ago

So I've bought this now. Do I need to book a ticket with Kew gardens or …So I've bought this now. Do I need to book a ticket with Kew gardens or just turn up and show the voucher? Does this evoucher entitle me to entry?


you just need to take the evoucher with you, no need to book for standard entry.
Cheers
It says invalid...
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