Free ticket to an amusement park 2 for 1 @ Kelloggs
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Free ticket to an amusement park 2 for 1 @ Kelloggs

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Found 13th Mar 2014
I'm not sure if this has been posted before, but if it gets a few people a freebie then I'm happy 2for1 Alton Towers, London Eye & more with £3ish cereal'Adults go free' ... Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal, including Rice Krispies, Coco Pops, Corn Flakes, Frosties and Crunchy Nut cornflakes

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Free means free, 2 for 1 mean not free, completely different story.

Original Poster

Thanks for that

Info from MSE website

Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal, including Rice Krispies, Coco Pops, Corn Flakes, Frosties and Crunchy Nut (£2-£3), which include a "grown ups go free" voucher (usually up to £48 a ticket).

These can be used at 27 Merlin attractions, such as Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Sea Life and Madame Tussauds, until 30 Jun 2015. It also includes the London Eye, but only until Fri 18 Apr, with very limited availability (Merlin's confirmed to us that it's included.)

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry.

This voucher’s best to grab so you can go at any time

This is probably the easiest of the three Merlin deals which are currently available. You can grab it, put it in a drawer, then use it at any time in 2014, including the summer. (Some dates are excluded, see below.) If you’re planning to go sometime, but aren’t sure when, this is perfect.

As this 2for1 is for on the gate tickets, it’s always worth checking online before you use the voucher as these tickets tend to be discounted. Also make sure there are no other deals on, as attractions have offers all year round - such as Thorpe Park £20 tickets.

Why cold? Would you prefer to pay for your childs ticket??????????????????????????????????????????? Hot!

alano1963

Why cold? Would you prefer to pay for your childs … Why cold? Would you prefer to pay for your childs ticket??????????????????????????????????????????? Hot!



It doesn't have to be a child's ticket. I believe it works 2 for 1 for adults too. martin lewis was being his normal enthusiastic self about this deal on breakfast TV this morning.

Possibly cold because the title is misleading - would be worth changing it OP to show that it is BOGOF

Have some heat.

Great deal

Thanks for posting

Original Poster

Thank you, I'm not sure how you change it though.
I think it's a great deal, as my children are under 3, Alton towers for a family will cost £40, including cbeebies land.
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