Eden Project.....get an annual pass for giving gift aid.
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Eden Project.....get an annual pass for giving gift aid.

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Found 22nd Sep 2013
Can't see a deal on here for this so I thought I would post one. Basically its a win win situation for you and for the Eden Trust. When you buy your tickets online instead of just normally paying the daily admission price, you choose to make the Eden Trust a donation of the same amount, you will be able to exchange your admission ticket for an annual pass to Eden. So buy once, visit as many times as you want! Sign up to the newsletter and look out for upcoming events.

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Why would you want to go there more than once?

Krinkle

Why would you want to go there more than once?

perhaps because some people enjoy it.......

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Because they offer various events during the year like the up coming Halloween celebrations, including fright night! Ice rink will soon be there too!

perhaps because things change according to the season, Just like the weather. strange to think that, but it does happen
Edited by: "leeparsons" 22nd Sep 2013

Not somewhere you would wish to visit more than once in the year unless you are really bored! Guess its good if are seriously stuck for anything better to do!

leeev1979

Not somewhere you would wish to visit more than once in the year unless … Not somewhere you would wish to visit more than once in the year unless you are really bored! Guess its good if are seriously stuck for anything better to do!



Sorry but why do you think you have the right to tell me what I would wish to do ?

I live more than 3 hours away but have been th 4 times this year lready and expect to go again before xmas.

In winter the also have light diaplays in the domes after dark so again its different.

Been there twice now...both times freebies...and was underwhelmed on both occasions!

...I only went the second time 'cos I convinced myself I'd got it wrong...I hadn't. A bleedin'fortune to get in to if you pay for your ticket!!

Heat for the deal as can't comment on the place itself oO

Been to Eden only once and was a little underwhelmed, there wasn't an event on or anything and the day wasn't great for it, but I would go back if I lived closer, heat!

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rpope

Sorry but why do you think you have the right to tell me what I would … Sorry but why do you think you have the right to tell me what I would wish to do ?I live more than 3 hours away but have been th 4 times this year lready and expect to go again before xmas.In winter the also have light diaplays in the domes after dark so again its different.



Same here! I live 3 hours away but managed to get a good deal staying in a Travelodge. Will definitely go back again.

Got family in st Austell, so a superb deal for me. Heat added:{

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joanne250

Got family in st Austell, so a superb deal for me. Heat added:{



Great! They did have a local annual pass but I see the offer is closed at the moment so anyone local who didn't get that offer can use this one instead.

This is an ongoing thing and applies even if you purchase tickets at the gate.

We used a 2 for 1 voucher from eBay and were given an annual pass for the full priced ticket we bought at the gate (you don't get one for the free ticket).

Just came back this weekend from our third visit this year we get locals rate, this is a great offer. And you can do many visits throughout the year, to see at least the seasonal change on the gardens. But this year they have added, a zipwire, skywalk, dome veiw and butterflys into the domes so lots to do if you havent visited in a while.

It's a long term offer, maybe one that's always been there, I don't know.

If I didn't live in Newcastle I'd certainly be there probably once a month given the offer.

Many tourist attractions do the 'pay once, visit for a year' offer with gift aid so it's always worth asking.

love eden!! this offer is always on! Great deal

Me and the new wife went there this week and got this annual pass...
End of day its free to us and by making a donation instead of a ticket they save on tax from it, so no loss getting...
Whilat I would agree I wont go there all the time but I did enjoy it and would go again if in the area...say next august...oo within a year so its free, all good ;)...end of day doesnt hurt getting a freebie if you use or not

live about half a mile away .. will do this . great deal .. voted hot
great place to go and as I love photography I can go every month and see the changes. thanks

A few places do this or it's slightly more for he annual pass.

In the past we've had them for The Black Country museum, Think Tank (and others) for the Think Tank meant I used to take the kids for the last hour or so on wet Sundays - at that time everyone else was leaving and you'd get the run of the place and the annual pass included the planetarium - so worth the little extra.

We got one for the Space Centre (as it cost no more) but never went again.

These are great if you can go regularly, but also if costs no more to gift aid give the place a bit more cash.

I think this has always been the case. I got it for ticking the gift aid box when I visited about four years ago. Never went again; cool if you like plants and stuff though.

I don't know if already mentioned or posted but you get the same with Beaulieu Motor Museum for gift aid although your return visits are restricted (using the trust system) to the museum and restaurant only

Meant to add that it currently has the impressive Bond in Motion exhibition which is worth the return visits (no, I'm not an employee, just a Bond fan!)

So as it's an annual pass, can I live there for a year if I take a tent? Much better weather than the rest of the country.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 22nd Sep 2013

Krinkle

Why would you want to go there more than once?



Sounds like you've not been...

sotomonkey

So as it's an annual pass, can I live there for a year if I take a tent? … So as it's an annual pass, can I live there for a year if I take a tent? Much better weather than the rest of the country.

A bit of a myth that about the weather in Cornwall, a couple of years ago, Penzance had the highest annual rainfall in England. Yes, even more than Manchester.

perhaps not morally legal, but you can pass on your annual passes to friends to use... all you need to confirm when you go is a name and home postcode, so not difficult to get wrong

emilscott

A bit of a myth that about the weather in Cornwall, a couple of years … A bit of a myth that about the weather in Cornwall, a couple of years ago, Penzance had the highest annual rainfall in England. Yes, even more than Manchester.


May be a little hot under the domes at times but I c an't see it raining.

Heat for the offer, but I've been underwhelmed on my two visits and I can't understand the logic of building an environmental attraction in one of the remotest parts of England meaning people have to burn a shedload of fossil fuel to get there...

Banned

These youngsters won't understand the pleasure of plants until they hit about 35 and grow up !

how much is ticket with gift aid?

Krinkle

Why would you want to go there more than once?



I live 15 miles away; the tropical dome is a great place to hang out on a cold winter's day.

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stphnstevey

how much is ticket with gift aid?



It's the same as paying the normal ticket price you just look for the gift aid box and tick it!

We went in July for first time and tucked the gift aid to get free annual pass. We live 5 hours away but we are going to try and go back at least once before they expire. At the end of the day it's a day out and free! Heat added xx
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