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Free Entry to Alton Towers
Free Entry to Alton Towers

Free Entry to Alton Towers

Have Just noticed this today
Spend over £10 in woolworths you get a free entrance to all the main theme parks including the brilliant Alton Towers!
(think its on BOGOF entrance deal )

Ideal for the school holidays coming up !
- Hurdy Gurdy

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Is it in store only.. can't see it anywhere on the website

Yes itf BOGOF, you also get a voucher for half price rooms at the AT hotel ,and a £2 off £20 spend at Woolies

It inclues, Alton Towers, Chessington, Thorpe Park, Madam Tussards and Warrick Castle

Does it have date restrictions ?

17 March - 31st August, excluding 9-13 and 16-20 July 2007 at AT and 9-10 May 2007;15-17 May at CWA

spent £25 at woolies yesterday and never got anything :-(

i did spent £15 in my local woolies, no vouchers :(, do we have to ask?

Original Poster

Go back in with your receipt

gosh yeah, I spent 75 last week, they owe me tons of vouchers!!

Has anyone confirmed this instore apart from the OP, and where was the OP's Wollies store ?

Would be interested to know if all store's are doing it and you have to ask when making a purchase.

Yes - my store in Market Harborough has big signs in the window (from yesterday) and the staff are wearing badges advertising the offer (but I still had to ask for my vouchers!)

how much do we need to spend ?

marquis

how much do we need to spend ?




Over £10 according to the OP, will check it out the weekend

whirlers

Over £10 according to the OP, will check it out the weekend




if spend £20, can we get 2 vouchers?

Will check myself as me and the girlfriend have a week off at the end of March. Saves watching Supermarket Sweep with the evergreen Dale Winton!!

Sounds good but you can normally order these tickets online for around half price anyway, which makes it around the same price as buy one get one free that woolies are offering.

realfriendlyman

Sounds good but you can normally order these tickets online for around … Sounds good but you can normally order these tickets online for around half price anyway, which makes it around the same price as buy one get one free that woolies are offering.




where online

cheers

BOGO on Alton Towers is around almost always

Used these tickets last year from woolie's used to be a scratch card on the end of the book they give you for free access to the theme parks hope they the same again.Thanks for the heads up on the offer

realfriendlyman

Sounds good but you can normally order these tickets online for around … Sounds good but you can normally order these tickets online for around half price anyway, which makes it around the same price as buy one get one free that woolies are offering.



Its actually only a 25% saving on standard price tickets if you book online, £24 instead of £32.

Your best bet is to use Tesco clubcard vouchers, £8 in clubcard vouchers gets you one full price ticket.

blueladd

Its actually only a 25% saving on standard price tickets if you book … Its actually only a 25% saving on standard price tickets if you book online, £24 instead of £32. Your best bet is to use Tesco clubcard vouchers, £8 in clubcard vouchers gets you one full price ticket.



Its £20 currently I think, or end of march

marquis

if spend £20, can we get 2 vouchers?



No only one per sale, its best to split shopping up if you can to get more vouchers, got mine on Monday in Woolies

blueladd

Its actually only a 25% saving on standard price tickets if you book … Its actually only a 25% saving on standard price tickets if you book online, £24 instead of £32. Your best bet is to use Tesco clubcard vouchers, £8 in clubcard vouchers gets you one full price ticket.



At the moment it's about 25% off but last year, the tickets were £14.25, which is less than the half price option and if you until the summer properly kicks off, you'll definately be able to find some better deals, plus if you attend again during the same summer, you can then buy the tickets for £10, well, that's what they offered last year at Thorpe Park.

I think it's much better to go in the summer anyway, as it's hotter and there's no worries of waiting in queues while it's pouring and you can still work on your tan while you're there.

Bounce back tickets are £12 this year at thorpe Park

The offer is ok. Voucher is only vaild until 4-Aug-07 for the Hotel.

nice 1, thanks

Can you get a bounce back ticket if you bought your main tickets using a BOGOF?

Or can you only get bounce backs for Tesco / full price admission tickets?

whirlers

Has anyone confirmed this instore apart from the OP, and where was the … Has anyone confirmed this instore apart from the OP, and where was the OP's Wollies store ?Would be interested to know if all store's are doing it and you have to ask when making a purchase.



i saw this advertised in my store at woodgreen london today

Could you still use these if youve already booked a stay at the hotel ?

wow cool, thanks for this

I was given the vouchers in one store and had to ask in the second. Only got one strip of vouchers, even though I spent £40 in first store and £20 in second. You get four vouchers for "Free Entry to UK's top attractions" with asterisk to v.v. small print "when accompanied by one individual paying the adult full day rate".

There is also a £2 off a £20 voucher for spend in Woolworths.

BEST VOUCHER ON STRIP - in my humble opinion :? is the "2 nights for the price of one at Alton Towers". Ring 0870 999 1130 or [url]www.altontowers.com[/url] and quote WOL1. The Splash Landings water park is fab :w00t:

As an aside, I was buying the BOGOF Power Rangers Toys for £5.99. Excellent birthday presents for little boys.

I got bounce back from bogof last year on the gosummer deal. You just showed the tickets, and they issued bounce back.. you can even bounce back a bounce back

Can i ask a really dumb question?! :oops:

What is bounce back?!?!

It's either a term for when one of there ride's fail & you fall out

Or it means revisiting the park

bounceback=purchase anothers day ticket while in the parket.. come back another day for a discount.

Blackhorse

Can i ask a really dumb question?! :oops: What is bounce back?!?!



I have another dumb question ... what is the meaning of BOGOFF in this thread ?
:whistling:

Buy One Get One Free

deanos

Buy One Get One Free



Thanks :-D I knew it stood for something but couldn't figure it out

sheely wheely says with asterisk to v.v. small print "when accompanied by one individual paying the adult full day rate".

so to me that means you spend 10 pounds in in wollworths get a free voucher and have to buy a ticket for 20 quid which makes both tickets come to a total of 30 pounds ?

leadixon

sheely wheely says with asterisk to v.v. small print "when accompanied … sheely wheely says with asterisk to v.v. small print "when accompanied by one individual paying the adult full day rate".so to me that means you spend 10 pounds in in wollworths get a free voucher and have to buy a ticket for 20 quid which makes both tickets come to a total of 30 pounds ?



Its £32 to get into AT so will be £16 a ticket when BOGOF, why spend £10 in Woolies if you dont need anything ?, you could always buy something and then return it a few days later and keep the vouchers :thumbsup:

where does it say 32 to get into AT i really bloody confused now. cause sheely said that it isnt actually BOGOF it actually by one full price get the other one free so i guess ye if i took the woolworths item back then 20 quid and use voucher would get it for 10 quid a ticket each
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