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Chessington World of Adventures Parent and toddler (under 4) can get full park admission for £13
Chessington World of Adventures Parent and toddler (under 4) can get full park admission for £13

Chessington World of Adventures Parent and toddler (under 4) can get full park admission for £13

just found this on their website

Parent and toddler (under 4) can get full park admission for £13!!!

so if you have 2 young ones and both parents go or a friend works out cheaper then bogof!!!!

see here for full details x x x

chessington.com/gro…asp

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Original Poster

chessington.com/gro…asp

just click where it says £13 Full Park Admission voucher

and will take you to another page where you print off the voucher

Original Poster

tried to put as a deal but wouldn't let me

ilovepink;5381179

tried to put as a deal but wouldn't let me



Try putting it up as a voucher :thumbsup:

Edit, now up as a deal

Original Poster

barneydog;5381234

Try putting it up as a voucher :thumbsup:Edit, now up as a deal



yeah i emailed mods lol

thanks mods x x x

Changed it to a voucher

Original Poster

would be better in deals, as it is a deal and more people would see it and use the offer as its better then the bogof

shame its not valid for this coming Thurs, would have been very useful.

Voted hot though

Drayton manor also do a similar deal.

I know it's not really in the spirit of the deal, but what would happen if I turned up with the voucher but no toddler?

I'm going to have to vent my spleen at this deal (CWOA not the OP). I see the following issues:

1 - Children under 1m go free anyway. My youngest daughter is two and a half and under 1m. She probably won't be 1m until she is almost three.

2 - The offer applies to children under 4 only. So realistically this only really applies to children aged 3 to 4.

What happens if you turn up with a child under 1m, can you pay the £13 in order to get discounted adult admission?

Why is this not for under 5s to include all pre-school children? I would like to take both my daughters but one is at school but not yet 5 (she is not pre-school but she was an early starter) and has a TD day. She doesn't qualify for the offer. Neither would any other 4-5 year old not at school (without bending the rules).

So I have one child who is already free and another that doesn't qualify despite being in the "pre-school" age range. :x

So the offer is either badly thought out or purposely very restrictive. Surely if an offer like this is put on, it should be for all pre-school children?

EDIT: So warm from me, good deal if you can get it but too restrictive.

When they say Parent and toddler, do they mean both parents? Please can someone confirm.

Great deal if it is. Thanks

This should say for children aged 3 and under - it does not include children who are aged 4 - just phoned to check :x

Grotbags;5386290

This should say for children aged 3 and under - it does not include … This should say for children aged 3 and under - it does not include children who are aged 4 - just phoned to check :x



The Ts&Cs also state:

"5. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discounted or concessionary rates, Annual or Family Passes, inclusive travel packages, pre-booked or timed tickets."

so you'll have to pay full gate price for any children that do not meet the criteria which is a little unfair on families with older children or families with more than two under 4s unless in the latter case you drag a relative/friend along.

Its still a better deal even if the child is free as £13 is cheaper than a regular adult ticket. The second adult would have to pay full price. And I'm sure it is purposely restrictive!

cheekyoldcow;5387713

The second adult would have to pay full price.



I'm not sure if it is the 2+2 family case where one is 4 or over that you are talking about. In my case we are 2+3 where two are under 4 so we can get two adults in for £13. However 2 x £13 + £22 gate price for my oldest child is £48 total.

Booking a family of three (as two are under 1m and are hence have free admission) before the end of June is £50 so it is a £2 saving for me. Also the family ticket is more flexible, i.e. no restricted dates.

Great!

dates are lame!!! july 1-3 onnly!!!

cheekyoldcow;5397068

Great!



Did you have something else to add to the discussion?

magicbeans;5416626

dates are lame!!! july 1-3 onnly!!!



There are more dates available than that.

June 1st, 5th, 8th - 12th, 15th - 19th, 22nd - 26th, 29th & 30th
July 1st - 3rd
September 3rd - 4th, 7th, 11th, 14th, 18th, 21st, 25th
October 2nd, 9th, 16th

but not if you want to go in school holidays.

not valid august
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