Alton Towers tickets  for £15 (plus £2.50 Tesco Clubcard vouchers)
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Alton Towers tickets for £15 (plus £2.50 Tesco Clubcard vouchers)

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Found 22nd Jul 2015
Spend £2.50 of Clubcard vouchers and exchange them for a email ticket to Alton Towers for £15 in their summer special Clubcard offer. I think other theme parks are also involved.

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In before the jokes!

is everything but the ride that shall not be named open or is the oblivion still closed too?

Heat
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All rides were open last Monday/Tuesday; and no queues

lisa moody

All rides were open last Monday/Tuesday; and no queues



"no queues". I bet.

£17.50 seems a lot given their current reputation. £10er would be more appropriate surely?

johnnyboyuk

£17.50 seems a lot given their current reputation. £10er would be more a … £17.50 seems a lot given their current reputation. £10er would be more appropriate surely?



Yeah, of course, because my limbs are worth £7.50?

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All rides were open last Friday and again, no queues (literally no queues - walked straight on to virtually every ride)

a £2.50 voucher that's worth £10 in rewards + £15?? so not that good considering they're virtually being given away on eBay.

dale86uk

Yeah, of course, because my limbs are worth £7.50?



Because, of course, you will lose limbs if you visit...

I think they will struggle to get many going back there unless the price is under the £10 mark.

johnnyboyuk

Because, of course, you will lose limbs if you visit...I think they will … Because, of course, you will lose limbs if you visit...I think they will struggle to get many going back there unless the price is under the £10 mark.



So for £9.99 it's worth the risk?

freccle

All rides were open last Friday and again, no queues (literally no queues … All rides were open last Friday and again, no queues (literally no queues - walked straight on to virtually every ride)



maybe a viable option in the sunset hols then as the thought of queuing up forever puts me off going as it sucks all the joy out of the day.

no ques again today
I live 10 mins away friend works there very very quiet at the moment

kee66

no ques again today I live 10 mins away friend works there very very … no ques again today I live 10 mins away friend works there very very quiet at the moment



​how surprising

That's a great price! Shame i live so far away!

What a shame as prior to "the incident" we would all be snapping up this offer!

I'm guessing it must be the best time to visit, as they/HSE would have been all over the rides with a fine toothcomb checking them. Not many times in summer holidays will there be deals like this and the park being so quiet.

Really hope the smiler reopens eventually. Fantastic ride!

chrisevans9738

What a shame as prior to "the incident" we would all be snapping up this … What a shame as prior to "the incident" we would all be snapping up this offer!



Come on, it's a one off freak accident, funny how Blackpool is rammed even though people have been seriously injured (and killed too if I remember correctly), this is a storm in a teacup and it will blow over. They have accepted their guilt from day one, no blame shifting no excuses, they should be applauded for that. Smiler suffered a major failure and peoples lives have been changed, but let's not ruin one of the best theme parks in the country over one incident (especially given the the ride is closed for the foreseeable).

dale86uk

Yeah, of course, because my limbs are worth £7.50?



Well your sense of humour certainly isn't (_;)

adamguest1985

Heat. Prices for theme park tickets have been creeping up, a day out can … Heat. Prices for theme park tickets have been creeping up, a day out can cost an arm and a leg nowadays...



Dont think I will risk my arm or leg.

frakison

Well your sense of humour certainly isn't (_;)


Yep, you can enjoy it for free.

Couldn't give a stuff about the "risk" of riding (you take more risk every time you ride in a car), but if Smiler is still closed then that makes a trip less worthwhile. It was a fabulous ride, and I hope they can get it open again soon.

Cash top up for visits until 26th August 2015 is £15 per ticket.
Cash top up for visits on any day of 2015 season is £20.99 per ticket.
Ebay Sun Free tickets don't seem any cheaper.
So hot from me

frakison

Come on, it's a one off freak accident, funny how Blackpool is rammed … Come on, it's a one off freak accident, funny how Blackpool is rammed even though people have been seriously injured (and killed too if I remember correctly), this is a storm in a teacup and it will blow over. They have accepted their guilt from day one, no blame shifting no excuses, they should be applauded for that. Smiler suffered a major failure and peoples lives have been changed, but let's not ruin one of the best theme parks in the country over one incident (especially given the the ride is closed for the foreseeable).



Yeah the rides at the pleasure beach at Blackpool have been maiming and killing people for years. They just get ignored with time and never really hurt business in the long run

Just afew ofthe incidents there



Edited by: "wiggywig" 23rd Jul 2015

Banned

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New ride for 2016 is captain spaldings famous murder ride.

wiggywig

Yeah the rides at the pleasure beach at Blackpool have been maiming and … Yeah the rides at the pleasure beach at Blackpool have been maiming and killing people for years. They just get ignored with time and never really hurt business in the long runJust a few of the incidents there



What a silly person.

I reckon the chances of dying due to health issues caused by sitting on ones butt and spending far too long on the internet is far higher than the risks posed by these rides.

Would rather spend my money getting legless in different ways

Deano1985

Would rather spend my money getting legless in different ways



Are you here all night?

I saw them on groupon the other day, business is obviously slow after that tragic accident.

Take a punt, break a leg

Are there actually no queues at Alton Towers? I find it hard to believe. It's the middle of summer and the schools have just broken up. Thorpe Park was rammed the other day, and there was a decent queue for Saw, which uses the same carriages and rails, iirc

Was at AT last weekend. Like people have said there are literally no queues. Walked straight on everything, however Smiler is still closed and is likely to remain closed from what the staff were saying. I can't think of a safer time to visit than shortly after an accident when everything has been thoroughly checked and tested thousands of times.

Good deal. Normally costs an arm and a leg.

heat, great price and take advantage of how quiet the park is now all the idiots are convinced they won't survive a day out there!
the smiler being closed isn't a problem it was a crap boring ride anyway and not a patch on nemesis!

To be honest Alton towers as been quiet all year and NOT just because of the smiler accident, even on bank holiday Saturdays earlier in the year.

A lot of schools still have not broke up until today so I deck n next week it will start getting busy.
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