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FREE Entry for Mums & Grans (when accompanied by 1 child) on Mother's Day (March 26th 2017) @ Eden Project
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FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren, kids under 4 go FREE & it doesn't s… Read more
Mod & Ed
Mod & Ed

Surprised this is legal in these PC times - a sign of change around the corner?

Original Poster Mod & Ed

deeky

So I have to pay? Meh



You'll have to wait until grumpy old men day

deeky

So I have to pay? Meh



​Discrimination at its best

So I have to pay? Meh
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Community Weekends: free entry for Cornwall and Devon
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Found 29th Sep 2016Found 29th Sep 2016
Free entry for various groups and businesses in Cornwall and Devon, plus their families.During selected weekends November 2016 – January 2017 http://www.edenproject.com/visit/what… Read more
Banned
Banned

Worth a look.

Banned

nice find op

simonspeakeasy

"total rip off" is a bit strong. I agree that it's not cheap, but it's … "total rip off" is a bit strong. I agree that it's not cheap, but it's not like they make a profit. And most plant-lovers love the place.I really should make an effort to go more often. I work from home <20 miles from the Eden Project, and I keep meaning to spend the occasional day working from the tropical dome.


I am only an average gardener but feel that prices are unjustifiable.
As a registered charity I cannot see how they could fail to make a substantial profit with the admission and food prices that they charge.
It turned us off visiting Hegelian.

"total rip off" is a bit strong. I agree that it's not cheap, but it's not like they make a profit. And most plant-lovers love the place.
I really should make an effort to go more often. I work from home <20 miles from the Eden Project, and I keep meaning to spend the occasional day working from the tropical dome.

Englishman we went yesterday @ a cost of £25 each and we all agreed that it was only worth £5 and a total rip off for all food & drinks as well.
Eden Project Summer Local's Pass - Cracking Deal! - Whole Summer & Autumn Entry (Until Halloween) for £10!
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Found 19th Jun 2016Found 19th Jun 2016
Lucky Cornites & Devonians!!! £10 entry is for students, but thats 98.7% of everyone on HUKD! (Adult is just £2 more). Pity its no good to me living between Armagh and Sussex.… Read more

herrbz

It makes me laugh to think how much time you wasted on that



It makes me worried it took you 7 months to react to it!!!!

Jase79

douche nounvery informal an insulting term for a rude and unpleasant man … douche nounvery informal an insulting term for a rude and unpleasant man who treats people badlypublic nuisance nounsomeone who does things that annoy a lot of peoplecreep nouninformal an unpleasant person, especially someone who tries to please or impress people in authorityloudmouth nouninformal someone who says a lot of stupid or offensive things that annoy peoplehorror nouninformal an unpleasant person, especially a childyob nounbritishinformal someone, especially a young person, who is rude, noisy, and sometimes violentknow-all nounbritishinformal someone who is annoying because they always think that they know everythingass nounold-fashioned a stupid or annoying personvermin nounoffensive extremely unpleasant, annoying, or dangerous peopleSums you up UncleWilly!!!!



It makes me laugh to think how much time you wasted on that

Original Poster

I think thats enough now thank you, take it down the park.

UncleWilly

"Does us all a favour"?????I shouldn't really respond to trolls but I … "Does us all a favour"?????I shouldn't really respond to trolls but I would suggest that you and Shaydog enrol in some English lessons if you wish to make yourselves understood. And if you have nothing to offer but abuse then I would suggest refraining from posting on this site until you've learnt some manners.



douche noun
very informal an insulting term for a rude and unpleasant man who treats people badly

public nuisance noun
someone who does things that annoy a lot of people

creep noun
informal an unpleasant person, especially someone who tries to please or impress people in authority

loudmouth noun
informal someone who says a lot of stupid or offensive things that annoy people

horror noun
informal an unpleasant person, especially a child

yob noun
britishinformal someone, especially a young person, who is rude, noisy, and sometimes violent

know-all noun
britishinformal someone who is annoying because they always think that they know everything

ass noun
old-fashioned a stupid or annoying person

vermin noun
offensive extremely unpleasant, annoying, or dangerous people

Sums you up UncleWilly!!!!

Jase79

What a plank!!!! You have commented on numerous posts and **** people … What a plank!!!! You have commented on numerous posts and **** people off. Does us all a favour if it's not constructive leave the site and take your sad little head and place it in to a toilet. Just saying



"Does us all a favour"?????

I shouldn't really respond to trolls but I would suggest that you and Shaydog enrol in some English lessons if you wish to make yourselves understood. And if you have nothing to offer but abuse then I would suggest refraining from posting on this site until you've learnt some manners.
Mum or Gran get in FREE (Worth £18-£25) & get a FREE Cupcake on Mother's Day (March 6th 2016) @ Eden Project
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Found 21st Feb 2016Found 21st Feb 2016
FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren. (Now on the website it doesn't say 'a … Read more

PrincessJellybean

Haha I'd love to take a break, but I find deal finding a bit addictive Haha I'd love to take a break, but I find deal finding a bit addictive , especially since giving up smoking. I was a bit addicted to 'online' window shopping before; because I do a lot of my shopping online, but now I have the ability to put this browsing to some use on hukd it's made me even worse. oOI normally find a couple of deals a day, but yesterday was awful... I literally was sat here all day and found nothing with any decent stock levels worthy of posting. I'm not sure about the 'better sources' thing..... I live in the middle of nowhere, I have no shops on my doorstep and I'm a 100 miles from the nearest big place with supermarkets and big shops... all I have is the internet and my insomnia at my disposal.....lol X).



lol are you sure we don't live in the same area :). No chance of finding any deals in store unless its in poundland.
Trying to find at least 1 a day but not easy. I use the offer of the day but plenty of people use that and so many deals I want to post are already here. Well done on posting the deals and that's flamedeer prize was more than deserved seeing how many you have posted. Hopefully, a golden flamedeer will be thrown in my direction this year lol

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shabbird

lol take a break but Im gutted I missed the towel rail deal you posted. … lol take a break but Im gutted I missed the towel rail deal you posted. None in stock in the nearest 10 stores near me. could have really done with that. That smiley was a wink. Finding it tough to post deals. As most sales have finished and just offer of the day deal. You have better sources than I do.


Haha I'd love to take a break, but I find deal finding a bit addictive , especially since giving up smoking. I was a bit addicted to 'online' window shopping before; because I do a lot of my shopping online, but now I have the ability to put this browsing to some use on hukd it's made me even worse. oO
I normally find a couple of deals a day, but yesterday was awful... I literally was sat here all day and found nothing with any decent stock levels worthy of posting.
I'm not sure about the 'better sources' thing..... I live in the middle of nowhere, I have no shops on my doorstep and I'm a 100 miles from the nearest big place with supermarkets and big shops... all I have is the internet and my insomnia at my disposal.....lol X).


Edited by: "PrincessJellybean" 25th Feb 2016

PrincessJellybean

Oh ok... lol.....wasn't sure about that smiley.... Its a kind of a bit … Oh ok... lol.....wasn't sure about that smiley.... Its a kind of a bit unsure looking....lol... dunno....I think I'm a bit hukd'd out today, especially now I'm seeing things in smiley faces X) ....I've been looking all day for deals and found nothing at all... . I think I need a good cup of tea and a darkened room.No worries X)


lol take a break but Im gutted I missed the towel rail deal you posted. None in stock in the nearest 10 stores near me.
could have really done with that. That smiley was a wink. Finding it tough to post deals. As most sales have finished and just offer of the day deal. You have better sources than I do.

must......resist......tempation

heat for the spare ribs

Original Poster

shabbird

nothing. great deal for mothers day.


Oh ok... lol.....wasn't sure about that smiley.... Its a kind of a bit unsure looking....lol... dunno....
I think I'm a bit hukd'd out today, especially now I'm seeing things in smiley faces X) ....
I've been looking all day for deals and found nothing at all... . I think I need a good cup of tea and a darkened room.
No worries X)
Free entry weekends at Eden Project - this weekend teachers etc
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Found 3rd Dec 2015Found 3rd Dec 2015
Time to dust off my name badge lol. A family of 2 + 2 would save £69! This weekend it's free entry for: Gardens and National Trust staff See note 1 below Charity staff and volunt… Read more

Original Poster

Here's another way to get free entry if you're not Devon/ Cornwall. Enter your child in the fun run for £6 and the rest of you get in free.

http://www.chsw.org.uk/events/santas-on-the-run/st-austell
Santas on the Run Eden Project, St Austell 2015

Date: Sunday 6 December 2015, 11.00am

Location: Eden Project, St Austell

Festive fun for a good claus at our exciting new venue!

Get ready to turn the Eden Project into a sea of red as Children's Hospice South West's Santas on the Run St Austell comes to this popular tourist attraction.

Starting outside of The Visitors Centre, Santa’s of all ages come along to get suited and booted before taking to the 2k route. Participants will make their way through the Slopes of Earthly Treasures, down the paths of the Outdoor Gardens, through the Mediterranean Biome before zigzagging their way back up to the finish line.

The atmosphere is merry as we warm our Santa’s up with festive tunes to get you in the mood for your walk, jog, run or skip!

Ticket prices:
Adult (16+) - £12
Child (Under 16) - £6
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) - £30
Under 3s Free
Team of 10 Adults - £100
Your registration includes a free Santa suit, a medal and festive treats!
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Eden Project  Free Entry Weekends - November to January - Certain Employment Groups
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Found 27th Sep 2015Found 27th Sep 2015
From Eden Project - "Every winter we offer a series of free entry weekends to the Eden Project for members of various community groups, businesses and their immediate families wi… Read more

Great idea. Doesn't apply to me but thumbs up to the Eden Project for offering it.

wish this applied to me!

thanks

Original Poster

Hopefully this link will take you to all the information.

edenproject.com/vis…all
FREE ENTRY INTO THE EDEN PROJECT  *certain groups qualify
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Found 9th Nov 2014Found 9th Nov 2014
Every winter we offer a series of free entry weekends to the Eden Project for members of various community groups, businesses and their immediate families within Devon and Cornwall… Read more

Always worth a visit when it's free. Standard entry is quite pricey for a family day out.

Worth a trip,thanks!

Living in Cornwall and being a gym member me & the family will take advantage of this offer, thanks.

Perhaps the title could be amended to say that...

This deal is for workers and residents of Devon and Cornwall only.:(
Eden Project Local Pass for equivalent of just £1 a month - Loads of events throughout the year
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Found 13th Nov 2013Found 13th Nov 2013
Sorry to those who don't live in Cornwall or Devon, but as a Cornwall resident, thought I'd just share/remind folk about the annual Eden Project Locals' Pass. I know some people th… Read more

magicbeans

dammit hamish, edit ur post to close your brackets. I just wont be able … dammit hamish, edit ur post to close your brackets. I just wont be able to sleep tonight!

Job done! So sorry and thanks for making me smile! (Do I mention proper nouns need a capital letter or the spelling of 'your'?!...
Edited by: "Hamish402" 13th Nov 2013

Hamish402

Thanks for the reminder - one pass from our family has run out and I love … Thanks for the reminder - one pass from our family has run out and I love the Eden Project. The holiday activities for children / little ones are fantastic (It was Room on the Broom at half term and there is a Gruffalo 15th birthday celebration next May half term 3rd - 5th which might be of interest for some! Also Eden at Christmas is magical.-the best ever visit to Father Christmas - as an adult it brought the magic back and real reindeer too!



dammit hamish, edit ur post to close your brackets.

i just wont be able to sleep tonight!

wood33pecker

Visiting Eden costs a fortune for anyone living 'up North' and the S/east … Visiting Eden costs a fortune for anyone living 'up North' and the S/east - in travel costs, accommodation and entry fees. If anyone should get a subsidy it should be those - not locals living within spitting distance.


The same could then be said for anyone visiting anywhere that isn't local?! I'd love a subsidy to visit attractions across the country because I have to pay to travel to get there and stay o/n. I still wouldn't be able to afford the time / cost though so arguably it is better to encourage people who could visit regularly?

Visiting Eden costs a fortune for anyone living 'up North' and the S/east - in travel costs, accommodation and entry fees. If anyone should get a subsidy it should be those - not locals living within spitting distance.

Thanks for the reminder - one pass from our family has run out and I love the Eden Project. The holiday activities for children / little ones are fantastic (It was Room on the Broom at half term and there is a Gruffalo 15th birthday celebration next May half term 3rd - 5th which might be of interest for some!) Also Eden at Christmas is magical.-the best ever visit to Father Christmas - as an adult it brought the magic back and real reindeer too!
Edited by: "Hamish402" 13th Nov 2013
Eden Project.....get an annual pass for giving gift aid.
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Found 22nd Sep 2013Found 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 … Read more

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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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!

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.

how much is ticket with gift aid?

Banned

These youngsters won't understand the pleasure of plants until they hit about 35 and grow up !
Eden project annual pass for £7.50 for Devon & Cornwall residents on 6th May entry
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Annual Eden pass for 1year for £7.50 or 2 year pass for £12.50 on bank holiday 6th May entry...Massive saving because single adult door entry cost £23.50 or if bought online it is … Read more

georgerostron

Devon and Cornwall residents only? Isn't that discrimination?


It's a local pass for local people. They don't want your type (or mine) there.
Edited by: "littletime" 2nd May 2013

Banned

Why Devon residents as well it's in Cornwall and we pay for it out of our council taxes

georgerostron

Devon and Cornwall residents only? Isn't that discrimination?



Longleat offer a similar deal for locals, however if you work for the Police or NHS you are also incuded - Sieg heils !

Devon and Cornwall residents only? Isn't that discrimination?
The Eden Project - Locals' Annual Pass - £7.50 for 1 year or £12.50 for 2 years
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On the door tickets are £23.50 per visit for adults so this a good deal even if you just visit once! - This offer is available to people whose primary residence is in Cornwall or … Read more

gutted....my tickets were gone by the time I got to the checkout with them. there was only one day I could get there without taking daughter out of school :'(

rachelaitken1

we bought the locals tickets this year, and yes they were £5 a year. … we bought the locals tickets this year, and yes they were £5 a year. thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to go back. will take daughter to see Santa there. think it will be amazing!



it is AMAZING. you will not be disapointed!

rachelaitken1

we bought the locals tickets this year, and yes they were £5 a year. … we bought the locals tickets this year, and yes they were £5 a year. thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to go back. will take daughter to see Santa there. think it will be amazing!



Best book Santa V V quickly.
I think I got the last two tickets for a weekend slot earlier thanks to OP who jogged my memory - I'd wanted 3 but only weekdays left before the schools finish! DH is happy to sit in the cafe drinking coffee anyway - bah humbug to him!!

we bought the locals tickets this year, and yes they were £5 a year. thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to go back. will take daughter to see Santa there. think it will be amazing!

Besford

I think that's a bit strong but I did get tired of the all the 'green … I think that's a bit strong but I did get tired of the all the 'green nagging' throughout. Been once, don't need to go again.



I agree bit misleading unless you are used to going on a damn safari, the place is awesome and how many places like it exist in the UK?

Great deal and great day out on more than one occasion
Free entry weekend to the Eden Project for scouts,cubs and beavers.rainbows,brownies and guides (and their family) 30th November,1st & 2nd December 2012
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Eden wouldn’t be the success it is without the invaluable support of our local friends, which is why we run special offers for locals from time to time. This winter we’d like to in… Read more

Free Entry into beavers for a weak end? ...:p

Banned

It's normally £6 a skate.

But if you can upgrade to a year for £5, that's good as it's currently £7.50 for locals.

Looks ok place but its overun with flowers and not enough rides

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EDEN PROJECT  Community Weekends, various dates Free entry
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Eden wouldn’t be the success it is without the invaluable support of our local friends, which is why we run special offers for locals from time to time. This winter we’re running a… Read more

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free weekends for members of various community groups and their immediate families within our local area of Devon and Cornwall

Youth Groups
30 Nov – 2 Dec
Just bring proof of membership of your youth group e.g Brownies, Guides, Cubs, Scouts, Beavers, Rainbows etc. e.g. badge, letterhead, item of uniform or membership card.

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Anybody want to borrow a cub scout jumper? lol
Eden Project - Local Annual Pass @ £7.50 for 1 year or for £12.50 2 years  (one ticket is £23.50 on door)
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Found 5th Nov 2012Found 5th Nov 2012
Great value! We pop in quite a bit with the kids and saves us a fortune on entry fees! Open to All of Cornwall, and Devon postcodes TR, PL, TQ & EX Winter is here, and so is… Read more

Original Poster

You can also book in to see Santa for free (with membership/admission price) online too at the minute.
Edited by: "ourdevonfamily" 3rd Dec 2012

Scorching!

lord_trumpington

They run the same Local Annual Pass deal for £5.00 every January.


I got mine in march. Thou i think with price increase all around, this could be the norm from now on, rather than £5 local deal.

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lord_trumpington

Crickey! You saved yourself a whole £7.50! Well done.....



Actually as it's says in the title 2 years is £12.50, so in fact the saving was only £2.50

squillion

Ha ha! We signed up for 2 years @ £5 a year.



Crickey! You saved yourself a whole £7.50! Well done.....
Eden Project  Local Pass: just £5 for a whole year, or £10 for two years!
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How to get your Locals' Annual Pass •Visit Eden on 3 March 2012. Please check our opening hours before visiting to avoid disappointment. •You'll only pay £5 entry for each person… Read more

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Locals' ( Devon or Cornwall) Annual Pass is back @ the Eden Project: just £5 for a year, or £10 for two years!
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If you live in Devon or Cornwall and visit us between 3 Jan and 10 Feb you can come in for just £5 and get a Locals' Annual Pass for one year, or buy two years' entry at this year'… Read more

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ourdevonfamily

They don't mention the TQ postcode this year, so i've emailed to ask, … They don't mention the TQ postcode this year, so i've emailed to ask, rubbish if they don't include it!!



We were down there today and I specially asked the very bored young man at the ticket place if he could confirm that the torquay postcode area was included as my email hadn't included it. He looked at me as if I were demented and said 'All Devon & Cornwall'.

Eden emailed me today and all postcodes included in devon and cornwall. Special offer to celebrate 10 years of eden- can get 2 year pass also for £10.

I have lived in cornwall for about 8 years, I have been here about 4 times and by the second I was bored! Worth going once but not a years pass.

Ooh ahhh

our 3 kids were totally bored there ,but its a good price.
Live in Cornwall/Devon? Visit the Eden Project for £5 for a whole year!
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If you live in Cornwall or Devon and get down to Eden before 15th December you can get a year's entry for £5! Bargain.

what about somerset?

racist.

kernowdevil23

At no point did I say it included the fee for Ice Skating, I simply meant … At no point did I say it included the fee for Ice Skating, I simply meant that not having to pay for entry to Eden in order to go ice skating is a bonus!Read what I write rather than add your own interpretation, it works wonders.......



Well maybe it's my take on thing's that, they should either combine the ice skating with the admission really, or, maybe you get a differant coloured badge where they could police who pais for just ice skating, just the bymoes or both. That would be more fair to people who just wanted todo the ice skating.

Red hot from me, even though I too live 571 miles away

leeparsons

Um I have done this for past three year's, and have never know it to … Um I have done this for past three year's, and have never know it to include the ice skating!Thou I can say when I went back in september it was'nt that bus. Thou brings all sorts of people there, and never thought I be having a lovely chat with young lady as I left. Good sport, shame I got another four months left on mine anaul pass.



At no point did I say it included the fee for Ice Skating, I simply meant that not having to pay for entry to Eden in order to go ice skating is a bonus!

Read what I write rather than add your own interpretation, it works wonders.......

If you've never been, it's worth going to tick it off the list of cool places to visit. We got in in the Summer with the Gardener's World 2 for 1 offer; rest assured I'd have been GUTTED if I'd paid full entry price. It's an amazing feat of engineering, and it's interesting to look at stuff and marvel at how they've managed to grow big tropical things in the UK, but it was jam packed, hot and sweaty, and TBH unless you have an avid interest in plants and the patience of a saint (eg can tolerate being basically shoved around the place by the volume of people in there), there's not much else to see ... and the food hall is a big fat expensive rip off.

Highlight for me was the fact the Park and Ride buses/carparks were named after fruit lol

"Can passengers for Mango please get off here ... this is the Mango stop" ...