Buy one get an Adult free at Alton Towers on Kelloggs Squares
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Buy one get an Adult free at Alton Towers on Kelloggs Squares

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Found 25th Sep 2015
me and my boyfriend wanted to go to Alton Towers today and we normally search for an offer online but today we couldn't find one. we went to Tesco and checked out the cereal and we found this one.
After looking online apart from kids go free we couldn't find another Adults go free (unless I didn't look hard enough?)
on all flavours of Kelloggs Squares you will find the voucher for selected Merlin entertainment attractions it's valid untill 30th June 2016.

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they are £1 at morrisons with the same voucher on

Haven't these been on all Kelloggs boxes for ages now???

joanne570

they are £1 at morrisons with the same voucher on



​I was about to post the same thing - I have about 10 now as they're valid until next year as well!

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njpugh90

​I was about to post the same thing - I have about 10 now as they're v … ​I was about to post the same thing - I have about 10 now as they're valid until next year as well!

ahhh even better I'm gonna go and buy some more from Morrissons! thanks for that

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Jerec

Haven't these been on all Kelloggs boxes for ages now???

I couldn't find anything about it online, I just thought I would post it because no one else has it's a big saving especially for Alton towers, it's gonna save us £50 today.

Who would want to go to Alton towers anyway after what happened.

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Maca21

Who would want to go to Alton towers anyway after what happened.

meeee I will let you know how it is when we get back

They've been on cereal boxes for ages. Used the couple of months ago. Buy one child ticket, adult goes free or buy one adult ticket and another adult goes free

When did they start selling adults at Alton Towers?

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jdbigguy

When did they start selling adults at Alton Towers?

ha ha ha ha!!!

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6ixFoot1

They've been on cereal boxes for ages. Used the couple of months ago. Buy … They've been on cereal boxes for ages. Used the couple of months ago. Buy one child ticket, adult goes free or buy one adult ticket and another adult goes free

I couldn't find a buy one get one free for 2 adults anywhere apart from this offer

the last 2 times I've bought something from game I got a 2 for 1 voucher with the till receipt

Apparently Game are doing 50% off the Alton Towers hotel as well game.co.uk/web…151

Keep smiling

that offer is all year round

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robrainsford

Apparently Game are doing 50% off the Alton Towers hotel as well … Apparently Game are doing 50% off the Alton Towers hotel as well http://www.game.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/HubArticleView?hubId=619755&articleId=619756&catalogId=10201&langId=44&storeId=10151

wow! That's ace!!!

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robrainsford

Apparently Game are doing 50% off the Alton Towers hotel as well … Apparently Game are doing 50% off the Alton Towers hotel as well http://www.game.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/HubArticleView?hubId=619755&articleId=619756&catalogId=10201&langId=44&storeId=10151

wow! That's ace!! thanks for that

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robrainsford

the last 2 times I've bought something from game I got a 2 for 1 voucher … the last 2 times I've bought something from game I got a 2 for 1 voucher with the till receipt

wow!!! That's ace! thanks for that

Maca21

Who would want to go to Alton towers anyway after what happened.



What an idiot thats like saying who would want to drive on the motorway after a car crash you weirdo

online2014

What an idiot thats like saying who would want to drive on the motorway … What an idiot thats like saying who would want to drive on the motorway after a car crash you weirdo


Slightly different scenario, isn't it, though? One's an essential and difficult to avoid - the other's a matter of choice and can be avoided quite easily by not going there. Alton Towers attendances are well down - presumably because a number of people no longer trust the operators to run the rides safely. Not altogether a surprising conclusion, given the track record.

Newbold

Slightly different scenario, isn't it, though? One's an essential and … Slightly different scenario, isn't it, though? One's an essential and difficult to avoid - the other's a matter of choice and can be avoided quite easily by not going there. Alton Towers attendances are well down - presumably because a number of people no longer trust the operators to run the rides safely. Not altogether a surprising conclusion, given the track record.



The same can be said about holidays abroad then , I take it you never go on an aeroplane either or a bus / train or even a car for anything but essential journeys ?
Your life sounds really fun , I'll take my chances I think as the alternatives would leave me wishing I was dead !

rooney10

The same can be said about holidays abroad then , I take it you never go … The same can be said about holidays abroad then , I take it you never go on an aeroplane either or a bus / train or even a car for anything but essential journeys ? Your life sounds really fun , I'll take my chances I think as the alternatives would leave me wishing I was dead !


Did I at any point say that I took this line? You're missing the point altogether, though, as well as misinterpreting what I said. Life contains risks, choices and risk analysis. People make decisions based on risk analysis, but mainly on gut feeling. When a plane crashes people are scared to fly - logically, though, it's no less safe to fly after an accident, and probably safer because of increased risk awareness.

Newbold

Did I at any point say that I took this line? You're missing the point … Did I at any point say that I took this line? You're missing the point altogether, though, as well as misinterpreting what I said. Life contains risks, choices and risk analysis. People make decisions based on risk analysis, but mainly on gut feeling. When a plane crashes people are scared to fly - logically, though, it's no less safe to fly after an accident, and probably safer because of increased risk awareness.



I accept that you did not specifically say that you took this line , you just insinuated that by defending the argument against going to Alton Towers. However, please accept my apologies if I upset you.

I understand completely about risk and personal choices etc , presumably its no less safe to go to Alton Towers and enjoy the attractions there, following these accidents and probably safer too, due to increased risk awareness ?

So in summary and applying your logic , you would agree that you are just as likely to fly if you were to go abroad on holiday as you are to visit Alton Towers , if that was a place you wanted to go , right ? Unless of course the non-logic based 'gut feeling' told you otherwise.


Edited by: "rooney10" 26th Sep 2015
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