Free entry with a Blue Peter badge to over 200 UK attractions including top theme parks & zoo's
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Free entry with a Blue Peter badge to over 200 UK attractions including top theme parks & zoo's

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Edited by:"myusernamehasgone234"Found 16th Aug
Kids can gain free entry when accompanied by a paying adult to many attractions with a blue peter badge and card.

Full List of attractions here
bbc.co.uk/cbb…ons

There's too many to list them all but some examples are

Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Aerial Extreme
Chill Factor
Blackpool Zoo
Diggerland
Eden Project
London Zoo


These attractions let 2 badges holder in with one paying adult which can offer big savings.

Whitby Abbey,
Eureka,
Harewood House,
Heights of Abraham caverns & Hilltop park


How to get a badge herebbc.co.uk/cbb…ges

A Blue Peter badge is a special award given to Blue Peter viewers and fans. Badge owners can gain free entry into over 200 Blue Peter Badge Attractions around the country, like theme parks, zoos and castles.

You must be aged between 6 and 15 years old to apply for a Blue Peter badge.

Your application could be a letter, poem, picture or story for example, and must include a message at least 50 words long, explaining which Blue Peter badge you are applying for and why you deserve to be awarded one.

I know getting a badge is a bit of a effort but it is part of the fun too.

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Stuck for ideas of what to make here's the famous Tracy Island fact sheet so you can make your own.

bbc.co.uk/cul…pdf

Is Blue Peter still on TV?

Teezer4 m ago

Is Blue Peter still on TV?

Yep

Wasn't this always the case? I had one years ago and got into Legoland free, but that was the only use I got out of it.

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Dolphinzz1 h, 6 m ago

Wasn't this always the case? I had one years ago and got into Legoland …Wasn't this always the case? I had one years ago and got into Legoland free, but that was the only use I got out of it.


Yes it is always the case.
Was just pointing out to others may not be aware.
It is school holidays and this might help some families out
The list of attractions does change from time to time.
Also it's handy to know which let two kids in for free
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 16th Aug

Daughter had one of these, but we always found it cheaper to go by using other deals vouchers etc

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Anglebox6 m ago

Daughter had one of these, but we always found it cheaper to go by using …Daughter had one of these, but we always found it cheaper to go by using other deals vouchers etc


My kids have used there's a few times. I only paid for 1 adult & got both kids in free to Eureka, Harewood House,
Heights of Abraham caverns & Hilltop park all good days out and I couldn't find any cheaper way of doing it.

Shame Merlin stopped this

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freccle5 m ago

Shame Merlin stopped this


Yes it is. Think they ended last year
Worth checking for promotional packs in supermarkets for Merlin offers

I won a tacky 'pin' badge in a design-a-garden for liverpool show about 30 years ago... Still got it... I wonder if it's still valid?

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nirtam14 m ago

I won a tacky 'pin' badge in a design-a-garden for liverpool show about 30 …I won a tacky 'pin' badge in a design-a-garden for liverpool show about 30 years ago... Still got it... I wonder if it's still valid?


You need the Blue Peter badge and Blue peter badge card you get with the badge to get entry.
So its no good digging out old badges or flocking to ebay to buy one.

myusernamehasgone23437 m ago

You need the Blue Peter badge and Blue peter badge card you get with the …You need the Blue Peter badge and Blue peter badge card you get with the badge to get entry. So its no good digging out old badges or flocking to ebay to buy one.



Freely conceded - I just remember that a "Blue Peter" badge of the day was supposed to open all sorts of doors (and without an expiry date as I recall - simpler times...). I just wondered if my old badge 'meant' anything to anyone or any place today?

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nirtam18 m ago

Freely conceded - I just remember that a "Blue Peter" badge of the day was …Freely conceded - I just remember that a "Blue Peter" badge of the day was supposed to open all sorts of doors (and without an expiry date as I recall - simpler times...). I just wondered if my old badge 'meant' anything to anyone or any place today?




I'm not sure about the old badge system.
The badge card expires when the child is 16.
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