All teachers can claim 2 free tickets to Sea Life centres this August! (Worth up to £45!)
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All teachers can claim 2 free tickets to Sea Life centres this August! (Worth up to £45!)

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Found 20th Jul 2013
Great deal! Two adult tickets for Weymouth Sea Life Centre, for example, would normally cost £45 on the door! I'm not a teacher btw but am sharing for those of you who are! All centres are included in UK apart from London Aquarium.

Details:

School’s out for summer and to celebrate we’re offering teachers 2 free tickets to visit SEA LIFE during the holidays!

Follow these easy steps to claim your free tickets:

Download and complete a registration form by clicking on the link below.
Bring the completed form to your nearest SEA LIFE centre (excluding SEA LIFE London Aquarium) any day between 1st – 31st August 2013.
Provide proof that you are a teacher and which school you teach at and receive your 2 free tickets for that day.

*Terms and conditions
1. This offer is open to any registered teaching professional at Early Years, Primary or Secondary level. Proof of status must be presented to be eligible for this offer (i.e. pay slip, ID card or official school/nursery letterhead). 2. Upon completing all fields in the registration form, both the bearer and 1 additional adult/child will receive 1 day complimentary entry to any SEA LIFE centre (excluding SEA LIFE London Aquarium). 3. Each individual may only use this offer once to receive a maximum of 2 complimentary entry tickets. 4. This offer can be redeemed between 01.08.13 – 31.08.13 inclusive. 5. Visits must occur on the same day the form is surrendered. 6. No purchase necessary. 7. This offer is non-transferable and may be withdrawn at any time at the discretion of SEA LIFE. 8. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.

32 Comments

thanks you
I'm going to try it out

just one question. is it just weymouth or is london included

Original Poster

tommyaweek2005

just one question. is it just weymouth or is london included



T&C state all centres except London Aquarium

Nice one - will pass it on to my teacher friends

Ta much OP. I'm a teacher, currently off on sick leave, but that won't matter, as I'm still registered and have my pay slips and badge as ID. Will take advantage of Loch Lomond in early August as part of my recovery. Heat added and hope this gets the proper heat it is due from others, teachers or not.

Thanks

Holidays Holidays Holidays just like MP's have so much time of and go sick as well.....Free tickets what for?

gr8h8me

Holidays Holidays Holidays just like MP's have so much time of and go … Holidays Holidays Holidays just like MP's have so much time of and go sick as well.....Free tickets what for?



Time off actually.

What for? Read the post - SeaLife

Jealous much?

Destry54

Time off actually.What for? Read the post - SeaLifeSums you upJealous … Time off actually.What for? Read the post - SeaLifeSums you upJealous much?

@gr8h8me

I see what you did there...

Why not ask your teacher to apply and take you along?

Destry54

@gr8h8meI see what you did there...Why not ask your teacher to apply and … @gr8h8meI see what you did there...Why not ask your teacher to apply and take you along?



I bet your a Neet teacher as well

Edited by: "gr8h8me" 20th Jul 2013

gr8h8me

It's you're not your.

And no I'm not because:

a) I'm not a teacher, and
b) NEETs, by definition, don't have teachers.

Don't be jealous of offers just because you're not eligible...

Voted hot however will not be able to use this deal as I'm not a teacher. Sad times

lowrieh1

Ta much OP. I'm a teacher, currently off on sick leave, but that won't … Ta much OP. I'm a teacher, currently off on sick leave, but that won't matter, as I'm still registered and have my pay slips and badge as ID. Will take advantage of Loch Lomond in early August as part of my recovery. Heat added and hope this gets the proper heat it is due from others, teachers or not.

Didn't even realise there was one in Loch Lomond.

Sent to my dad

louiselouise

Didn't even realise there was one in Loch Lomond.Sent to my dad



The idea behind this is that teachers would then be encouraged (persuaded) to bring groups of pupils on an 'educational' visit, thereby generating more revenue for the centres than the two free that they have given away.

Destry54

@gr8h8meI see what you did there...Why not ask your teacher to apply and … @gr8h8meI see what you did there...Why not ask your teacher to apply and take you along?



Lol

these places are so cruel. i wouldn't go if you paid me.

passed on to my teacher friends

If they extended this into September they could close the school for an inset day.

Fab deal - thanks! Send the hubby in (with child and) bogof voucher and we have another bargainous day out on HUKD! Thanks for posting.

These places are so expensive and not worth the entry fee. You can walk through our local one in 15 minutes...rubbish.
£45 admission hahahahahahahahahaha

Where is the second closest from London? ( Lives in london)

markhuges

Where is the second closest from London? ( Lives in london)



Not sure, but I know you could easily get to the Brighton one, it's just straight down on the train from Victoria. It's not too expensive either. I've taken my class to Brighton Sea Life twice. It's pretty good, maybe about 1 or 2 hours worth of entertainment.

Great deal been looking to go to Manchester over summer (o:

Epic

superb find thanks alot, my wifes a teacher so thats another day out for my family this summer, heat added

Thanks this is a brill find!:)

Are there any deals for children you can use with this offer? Or can a child use one of the adult tickets?

I've been to 2 seaside centres. Both times with half price tickets and that was far to much. They are pants. Very little to do or see. Takes about 1hr to see everything if you take your time.

Can college teachers claim this?

Been to Birmingham today - can't argue with a freebie but I was shocked at the costs to get in normally - £60 for a family of 4!!

Took us about 45 minutes to walk through (after 45 minutes in the queue) and I thought it was distinctly average frankly apart from the sharks and turtles in the glass tunnel.

... also overrun with hyperactive children and desperate looking parents!

I recently took a group of preschool children to the centre at southend, they loved it, it was small and didn't take long to get around but we were able to go back in after we went out for lunch and the staff member who gave the rock pool talk was fantastic - he made the children AND teachers all act out being crabs and starfish. Definitely going back (especially as its free).
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