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Alton Towers - £17 Adults £12 Children - Raring2Go - Better than BOGOF - Better than Half Price !
Alton Towers - £17 Adults £12 Children - Raring2Go - Better than BOGOF - Better than Half Price !

Alton Towers - £17 Adults £12 Children - Raring2Go - Better than BOGOF - Better than Half Price !

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£17 for Adults and £12 for Children (under 11).

Better than BOGOF or Half Price - Equates to 55% off 'on the door' price!

** Sign up on Raring2Go.co.uk, or follow direct link in 1st post **

On the door is £38, meaning it would be £19 per person if using a BOGOF voucher, plus you can use this if you have an odd number of people in your group and not lose out.

1 voucher entitles you you discounted entry for up to 2 adults and 2 children. If you need more than this, just print more vouchers!

You don't need to take children to use the voucher, it just entitles up to 2 adults and children discounted entry. If there's just 1 or 2 adults going, it's still valid.

Enjoy.

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Sweet And BTW everyone loves Magical Trevor

good find

Does anyone have any information regarding disabled visitors please? The website doesn't say much, I've emailed but not sure when they will reply due to the bank holiday.
It looks like disabled entry is £15 (he's a child so it would be £12 with this anyway) but if theres nothing he can ride on, I don't want to pay that just to push him around in his wheelchair!
From memory I 'think' the park itself is wheelchair accessible, is that right?

Used the Raring2Go Legoland Windsor Voucher yesterday and whilst the voucher said entry for £21 for an adult, after it was scanned in the ticket cost for an adult was £16.25 - great discount on the £38 price for the ticket!

Or if you've got kids under 4 then use the parent & toddler voucher which gets you in for £12 + free parking + a free hot drink

Is this deal available for any of the other theme parks as well?

anyone know of any good deals for thorpe park ?

Iv been with a disabled person before and they went on numerous rides including air. Just need someone to lift them from the chair onto the rides themselves.pretty sure he enjoyed the day like the rest of us and didn't feel too left out. The park itself should be fine no stairs that I can think.

honeyb35;8275057

Does anyone have any information regarding disabled visitors please? The … Does anyone have any information regarding disabled visitors please? The website doesn't say much, I've emailed but not sure when they will reply due to the bank holiday.It looks like disabled entry is £15 (he's a child so it would be £12 with this anyway) but if theres nothing he can ride on, I don't want to pay that just to push him around in his wheelchair! From memory I 'think' the park itself is wheelchair accessible, is that right?



The park is Wheelchair friendly but im not sure how the pricing scheme works. Perhaps just give them a quick call for quick definate clarification.

honeyb35;8275057

Does anyone have any information regarding disabled visitors please? The … Does anyone have any information regarding disabled visitors please? The website doesn't say much, I've emailed but not sure when they will reply due to the bank holiday.It looks like disabled entry is £15 (he's a child so it would be £12 with this anyway) but if theres nothing he can ride on, I don't want to pay that just to push him around in his wheelchair! From memory I 'think' the park itself is wheelchair accessible, is that right?



Ive found this disabled help leaflet - it shows details of the rides with restictions etc... and also information regarding access andfacilities. Hope it helps.
altontowers.com/upl…pdf

Looking forward to my trip on Sunday.

l_i_s_a;8275564

Ive found this disabled help leaflet - it shows details of the rides with … Ive found this disabled help leaflet - it shows details of the rides with restictions etc... and also information regarding access andfacilities. Hope it helps.http://www.altontowers.com/uploadedFiles/Plan_your_Visit/disabledleaflet.pdf



Thanks! It looks like theres a few he would be able to go on, might be worth a trip after all!

Thanks for share - best deal so far.

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do you have to go with kids to enable the offer... ?

americanv8;8275261

Or if you've got kids under 4 then use the parent & toddler voucher which … Or if you've got kids under 4 then use the parent & toddler voucher which gets you in for £12 + free parking + a free hot drink



Have you got a link to this please?

Cheers,
Chrisall

Thanks! Going next week with a group of friends, will be taking a couple of these!

Going in a couple of weeks with some friends. Thanks so much for posting.

direct link to voucher doesn't work - I can't get the voucher up... anyone able to help please?

Finally loaded... got it now

Does anyone know when the new '13' ride opens, it looks terrifying!!

SeanUSX;8276249

Does anyone know when the new '13' ride opens, it looks terrifying!!



Its open

chrisall;8275673

Have you got a link to this please?Cheers,Chrisall



altontowers.com/upl…pdf

Nick_;8275310

anyone know of any good deals for thorpe park ?



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Thanks - just registered and managed to get a child's tickets to Chessington WOA for £13.95 ( valid until 30/6/10 ) .

13 is open and not that bad my 6 year old loved it! Although it was broken last Friday and Saturday which wasnt a great start!

EBT;8276487

13 is open and not that bad my 6 year old loved it! Although it was … 13 is open and not that bad my 6 year old loved it! Although it was broken last Friday and Saturday which wasnt a great start!



your 6 year old loved it? :? omg! just watched a youtube vid and its scarying me already :-D

Thanks :thumbsup:

Good deal. HEat added.

Now I just need a deal like this for Chessinton or Legoland :-(

asandino;8276545

Good deal. HEat added.Now I just need a deal like this for Chessinton or … Good deal. HEat added.Now I just need a deal like this for Chessinton or Legoland :-(



This site has vouchers for most Merlin venues. Follow the link.

Hi, Is anyone here going to see P!nk at Alton Towers on 27th June? My friend and I are going and want to go to the park during the day too, but all the vouchers I keep finding for bogof or this one state 'not valid 27th June' :?

Other than clubcard voucher tickets, is there any other way to get in cheaper for that date?

dead link on xs.to

Thanks - might be able to afford to take the kids this year ;-)

Thanks OP. Printed the voucher off but is covers about 1/3 of the A4 paper, which means that it is almost impossible to read the t&c's Do you think that this is critical, should i print it again? Thanks

Any reduced rate Thorpe park tickets that are not 2 for 1s, only need it for one person rest of group have annual passes.

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loafer;8276930

dead link on xs.to



Thanks, added new link in 1st post after deal. (i40.tinypic.com/2vj…jpg)

sgrech;8277047

Thanks OP. Printed the voucher off but is covers about 1/3 of the A4 … Thanks OP. Printed the voucher off but is covers about 1/3 of the A4 paper, which means that it is almost impossible to read the t&c's Do you think that this is critical, should i print it again? Thanks



Can you not "fit to page" in the printing options? Or zoom before clicking print?

Disco;8276505

your 6 year old loved it? :? omg! just watched a youtube vid and its … your 6 year old loved it? :? omg! just watched a youtube vid and its scarying me already :-D



She was chasing the 'wrathes' around shouting BOO at them, not much scares her tbh, she was more gutted she wasnt tall enough for nemesis and air

Does anyone know the cheapest way for 2 Adults and a 12 year old child ( I think they charge adult price for this age) for Thorpe Park... We want to go Tuesday. Is the cheapest way a BOGOF voucher for me and the GF and pay full price for my boy?

it says in the terms and conditions photocopied vouchers will not be accepted, is this classed as a photocopy?

KERMITZBITZ;8277587

Does anyone know the cheapest way for 2 Adults and a 12 year old child ( … Does anyone know the cheapest way for 2 Adults and a 12 year old child ( I think they charge adult price for this age) for Thorpe Park... We want to go Tuesday. Is the cheapest way a BOGOF voucher for me and the GF and pay full price for my boy?



Use 2 BOGOF tickets giving you 4 tickets then sell one to a passer by for half the price, weve done it before at alton towers :thumbsup:
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