Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristband discount eg  2A/2C £16.25pp
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Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristband discount eg 2A/2C £16.25pp

SuperEd 76
SuperEd
Found 26th Jul 2017
Hey all, was messing around with the Blackpool PB site and noticed a good offer on wristbands

If you use code 1729 at checkout, kids go free with each adult wristband purchased BUT if you go for the family offer 2A/2C and add to checkout you'll get a pop up asking to apply family discount - DON'T ACCEPT!

Decline the offer and enter the code 1729 you'll then get the wristbands for £16.25pp (if you accept the offer) you can't add the code and it'll be £22.50pp! So should help keep down costs

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Ps save me some ice-cream, thanks.

You do not need any magazine - full info is here Link

If you're worried about the whole voucher thing, get them delivered to your door - personally never had an issue in the past, all that was needed was confirmation email / proof of address ie driving licence

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is that £16.50 per each adult? or £16.50 per person?
Original Poster SuperEd
shalton12 m ago

is that £16.50 per each adult? or £16.50 per person?


For the 2A/2C offer it works out as £16.25pp (per person)
Edited by: "goonertillidie" 26th Jul 2017
You need the original voucher also from the Asda mag.
showing £65 for 2A and 2C
After applying the code you can reduce the quantity to 1 means 2 wrist bands for £32.50, same 16.25pp if you need only two.

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shalton

is that £16.50 per each adult? or £16.50 per person?


Two wrist bands, one adult and one child.
cwwatts1

You need the original voucher also from the Asda mag.


So the code is useless without the voucher?
Original Poster SuperEd
You can print offer the offer here as stated in OP grownups.nickjr.co.uk/asda


Print this CLICK ME - it's an online offer
goonertillidie4 m ago

You can print offer the offer here as stated in OP …You can print offer the offer here as stated in OP http://grownups.nickjr.co.uk/asdaPrint this CLICK ME - it's an online offer


I'm sure That's the t&c's from the offer. Not the voucher. The voucher is in the Asda magazine.
will never speak to Dora again after she dumped Backpack and Boots as soon as she got famous.
If you pay extra to get your wristbands delivered which we do anyway to save queuing you wont need the voucher
Thank you.
Leannef

If you pay extra to get your wristbands delivered which we do anyway to … If you pay extra to get your wristbands delivered which we do anyway to save queuing you wont need the voucher



where is the option to get them delivered?
Brilliant been looking for one of these for October but we're not sure of a day yet, does this work on open day tickets aswell? Thanks. Xx
wish123simp12313 m ago

Brilliant been looking for one of these for October but we're not sure of …Brilliant been looking for one of these for October but we're not sure of a day yet, does this work on open day tickets aswell? Thanks. Xx

Doesn't work on open day tickets.
I've not completed a sale as I don't Have the voucher. But the code is not accepted by the system.
I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is driving the place into the ground. their were about a 1000 people on the park, in the 80's-90's their would have been 10.000 people on the park. half of the rides look as if they just been patched up through the winter months when the park was closed. no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times. It's a shame really because it used to be a great place to visit.
Anything for just 2 adults?
The place is a Dump and the fact that the Thompson family bought up and closed the Southport Amusement Park shows that the only thing the Thompson family care about is Money
scallygally

I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is … I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is driving the place into the ground. their were about a 1000 people on the park, in the 80's-90's their would have been 10.000 people on the park. half of the rides look as if they just been patched up through the winter months when the park was closed. no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times. It's a shame really because it used to be a great place to visit.



Went there last year and had a brilliant time, why would you complain that the place is dead? I'd see that as a positive, straight on the rides no queuing. Great day out would definitely go back.
Yep. Went last year and the year before. My teens think its the best park in the UK. A lot more compact to get around too. At Alton Towers you spend all day either queuing or walking. Better still, play the Big One app and go for free. Rubbish, tedious game, but makes for a free family day out unlike the other parks where a second mortgage is required.
MattCoke423 m ago

Went there last year and had a brilliant time, why would you complain that …Went there last year and had a brilliant time, why would you complain that the place is dead? I'd see that as a positive, straight on the rides no queuing. Great day out would definitely go back.

​don't get me wrong it was easy to get on everything (5 minute wait for the Big One), it was just plain boring. how much longer can the park carry on when the family are only getting a 1000 people through the gate. get rid of the £6 admission price, just to walk around the park would be a start. I had a chat with one of the staff about why the place was so dead and he said one being terrorism and two because people are bored of the place. the family are horrible to the staff and the morale at the place is at an all time low.
So does one just purchase 2 x adult bands and they automatically send 2 for children?
One adult and one child should be £22 not £32.50 as it says when trying to book so child is not free.
Just read the terms and conditions. It starts by saying online offer only then further down says its for on the gate price. Dont want to get there and end up having to pay full price....
is there no comps on this site anymore?
scallygally2 h, 21 m ago

I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is …I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is driving the place into the ground. their were about a 1000 people on the park, in the 80's-90's their would have been 10.000 people on the park. half of the rides look as if they just been patched up through the winter months when the park was closed. no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times. It's a shame really because it used to be a great place to visit.


The main problem with Blackpool Pleasure Beach is it's in Blackpool.

..which is packed to the gills with drek.
Official response from BPB Facebook messenger.

Hi Christopher. We're unsure as to why this is showing on the nickjr site - the terms and conditions stated apply to the physical voucher that is in the ASDA magazine. All we can do is advise of the terms and conditions on the offer (one voucher per transaction, based on gate priced equivalent wristbands etc) and to be wary of any codes posted elsewhere other than the specific voucher to ensure there are no hiccups on arrival.
cwwatts15 m ago

Official response from BPB Facebook messenger.Hi Christopher. We're unsure …Official response from BPB Facebook messenger.Hi Christopher. We're unsure as to why this is showing on the nickjr site - the terms and conditions stated apply to the physical voucher that is in the ASDA magazine. All we can do is advise of the terms and conditions on the offer (one voucher per transaction, based on gate priced equivalent wristbands etc) and to be wary of any codes posted elsewhere other than the specific voucher to ensure there are no hiccups on arrival.

​**** runs to asda....... gets all mags..... sticks them on eBay.....
scallygally

I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is … I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is driving the place into the ground. their were about a 1000 people on the park, in the 80's-90's their would have been 10.000 people on the park. half of the rides look as if they just been patched up through the winter months when the park was closed. no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times. It's a shame really because it used to be a great place to visit.



I'd agree with your comments re Amanda and add that the situation isn't helped by her brother Nick being a raving alky. However, in fairness, a month ago the season wasn't even started and compared to ten years ago you need to pay to get on the park now. The reason? To try and prevent unrestricted access for paedophiles after directions from the cops...
robbie1412

​**** runs to asda....... gets all mags..... sticks them on eBay.....



Wouldn't be so bad but live 25 miles from nearest Asda. Have had people go to three different Asda's today. No mags!
scallygally

I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is … I went last month and the place was dead. the owner Amanda Thompson is driving the place into the ground. their were about a 1000 people on the park, in the 80's-90's their would have been 10.000 people on the park. half of the rides look as if they just been patched up through the winter months when the park was closed. no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times. It's a shame really because it used to be a great place to visit.



SCOUSEKEVIN

The place is a Dump and the fact that the Thompson family bought up and … The place is a Dump and the fact that the Thompson family bought up and closed the Southport Amusement Park shows that the only thing the Thompson family care about is Money



It was her who came up with the ridiculous picnic policy, banning and searching your bags for sandwiches. Only theme park I know of to do this. I've never revistited after being treated like a criminal for taking food, there's much better theme parks to visit imo.
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 26th Jul 2017
What you cannot take sandwiches?!
bargainhunter2009

What you cannot take sandwiches?!



blackpoolpleasurebeach.com/pic…cy/

"Picnics

Due to the intensity of rides and attractions within the 42 acre site there is limited space and picnics and food are not permitted beyond the main entrance.
A dedicated picnic area with tables and umbrellas is provided adjacent to the entrance of Pleasure Beach on the Adventure Golf site. Pleasure Beach is located on the seafront of South Beach, Blackpool and its fantastic promenade and golden sands provide additional picnic spots enjoyed by many.
"

Space is just an excuse, it's all about making money.
The dedicated picnic area they provide is also a smoking area!
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 26th Jul 2017
Thank you so much was going Friday so this has come at the perfect time.
Is anyone know what's the name of the magazine.
scallygally8 h, 36 m ago

...no new additions unlike other theme parks,which move with the times...


But they are halfway through building a £16m double launch roller coaster (the first of it's kind in the UK). I'm surprised you didn't see it - it's easy to spot.
bargainhunter20093 h, 47 m ago

What you cannot take sandwiches?!


There are plenty of eateries (chippys, cafes etc) nearby. Just get your hand stamped for readmission.
Download the kids pass app. Get a months trial for £1 and that also gives you free child's wristband with every adult one purchased. I've done it a few times now
Is it in the August issue. Can't see anything in the July issue
marlon32

Is it in the August issue. Can't see anything in the July issue


Thank you. I got the July one and I can't see anything, I will get the August issue on next trip to Asda
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