Family Ticket to Gullivers World just £37 or single tickets £10 each on 3rd/4th/5th/6th July
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Family Ticket to Gullivers World just £37 or single tickets £10 each on 3rd/4th/5th/6th July

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Found 29th Jun 2015
Gullivers World tickets are £10 this weekend or £37 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). Family tickets are usually £59.95 so you can save quite a bit!

This year marks the 37th Birthday of the Gulliver's Group of theme parks,
and to celebrate we are giving you a real treat to spoil the whole family.

Over the weekend 3rd/4th/5th/6th July 2015 a family ticket of 4 people is just £37!

And don't worry because our single tickets are also going to be the great value price of £10 so no-one has to miss out on the fun.

us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=…250 - This is the email they sent out today about this promotion.

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Can you get this price at Gulliver's or is it just on the website in advance? thanks

incorrect link ! correct link

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wanderer

incorrect link ! correct link



Have tried changing the link for the 'get deal' bit but it won't change. Thanks for the correct link.

is this for online tickets only?

can you please tell me where you have seen this advertised im struggling to find anything online. if i go to book tickets online for this weekend it gives the family price of £37 but singles still full price

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nw0401

can you please tell me where you have seen this advertised im struggling … can you please tell me where you have seen this advertised im struggling to find anything online. if i go to book tickets online for this weekend it gives the family price of £37 but singles still full price



I have had an email from them. Not sure how I put a picture of the email in the comments?

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nw0401

can you please tell me where you have seen this advertised im struggling … can you please tell me where you have seen this advertised im struggling to find anything online. if i go to book tickets online for this weekend it gives the family price of £37 but singles still full price



us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=…250 - can you see this?

Hmm. Dodgy theme parks. Not sure

Yeah can see it thanks will ring them in the morning to see if its online booking only. was planning on going soon so perfect timing, thankyou

MAdam98

Hmm. Dodgy theme parks. Not sure



gullivers world is brill for the little kiddies

got the email too now if only Chessington or the like would do such promotions. gullivers always has an offer of some kind every few days makes me think not many people go there?

Gulliver's world is a dive.. well at least the one in Warrington is!.

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adhkarzf

got the email too now if only Chessington or the like would do such … got the email too now if only Chessington or the like would do such promotions. gullivers always has an offer of some kind every few days makes me think not many people go there?


Every time I have been here it always seems really busy. I don't think they are struggling but probably want to keep up with the bigger known theme parks.

Small children will love this, but kids over 10 get bored and the rickity rollercoaster is absolute **** agony on your back.

SuperEd

Direct link now fixed, thanks for posting

Any for Alton Towers

Do babies get free entry here?

audioslim

Gulliver's world is a dive.. well at least the one in Warrington is!.


Tis true , we recently went and was not very good , place run down does need money spending on it but it has a feel of Camelot there , in other words it feels like it's going to close this season or next . Lots of rides closed and the main ride was only 12-3pm . Hard to find anywhere open to buy hot food and the bees and wasps will pester you a lot. In other words Nickelodeon land and cebeebies land all the way .

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goonertillidie

Direct link now fixed, thanks for posting


Thank you!

37th birthday - that special milestone age.

But good deal anyway. No matter the excuse they came up with for it.

i could'nt think of a worse thing to spend £37 on. warrington was awful.they could'nt pay me to go there

MK one is worth a visit kids loved it

I had a season ticket a few years ago and loved it as did the kids - must have gone downhill a lot or maybe it's just the usual stigs wanting everything for nothing commenting?

No, it's gone downhill. They haven't reinvested anything back into the park for sometime shame really...

It's people wanting Disneyland for a tenner, it's really good for little kids. Lots of rides, so not huge queues. Try queueing for an hour to go on Iggle Piggles Boat Ride at Alton Towers with two toddlers and then decide which you think is better.

nw0401

gullivers world is brill for the little kiddies



Not for mine it wasn't.

Excellent selection of rides for under 10's and generally no queues. Certainly better than Alton Towers for young children

Food is very poor so take a packed lunch

Clearly people aren't bothered whether they keep their legs or not (_;)

i dont really criticise many places...
but this was hell on earth, was so run down, lots of attractions closed making larger queues for what was left, got a meal deal and no where could honour it as they had ran it on most items listed, scorching hot day and they had even ran out of water, then the one kiosk we found with water- it hadnt been refrigerated,
this is probably the only place i advise my friends and family to avoid,
i even spent over an hour in a queue to complain..
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