Get your kids a blue peter badge for FREE admission to over 200 attractions, Includes theme parks, Zoo’s, museums & more
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Get your kids a blue peter badge for FREE admission to over 200 attractions, Includes theme parks, Zoo’s, museums & more

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Edited by:"myusernamehasgone234"Found 29th Jan
Blue Peter badge owners can gain free entry into over 200 Blue Peter Badge attractions around the country such as theme parks, zoos and castles.

Its so simple to apply see below
bbc.co.uk/cbb…ges

Some attraction allow two badge holder per adult making big savings.

Yorkshire attractions allowing 2 per adult

York Maze 1 adult is £15.50 save £31
Eureka, 1 adult £12.95 save £24.90
Whitby Abbey, 1 adult £7.60 save £9.20
Harewood house 1 adult £12.50 save £15
Thackray Museum 1 adult £8 save £10


Yes this offer isn’t new but Blue Peter isn’t as popular now so kids may not be aware of the offer.

New attractions new are added all the time.

You can apply from age 6 and they last until age 16.

Potiental 10 years of savings.

Sometimes other vouchers and codes may work out better for your family but for single parents with two children there’s some great deals.

I think it’s worth a stamp and few minutes of your kids time to apply

Full list of attractions here too many to post.

Search by attraction type or location here

bbc.co.uk/cbb…ons

But includes

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


Example of biggest savings

York Maze 2 badge holders free per adult

Admission is £15.50 for 1 adult save £31 taking 2 badge holders

To gain free entry, badge holders with a valid badge card must be accompanied by a full paying or concessionary adult. If a paying adult is accompanied by two children with badges and valid badge cards, free entry will be given for both children.

Before you visit any of the attractions, grab a grown-up and read the Blue Peter Terms and Conditions.

Apply for a Blue Peter Badge today if you haven't already got one and remember to take your badge ID card to take advantage of this offer!

Address York Maze
Elvington Lane (B1228)
York
Yorkshire
YO19 5LT (Just off the A1079 Hull Road)
yorkmaze.com/

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Heights of Abraham Adult Ticket £17.00 Kids £11.50 so Save £23 taking two badge holders


Heights of Abraham Cable Cars, Caverns & Hilltop Park
Matlock Bath
Derbyshire
DE4 3NT
heightsofabraham.com/


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Eureka! The National Children's Museum Adult Ticket £12.95 Kids £12.95 so save £25.90 taking two badge holders


Eureka! The National Children's Museum
Discovery Road
Halifax
West Yorkshire
HX1 2NE

eureka.org.uk/

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Another good offer is

Diggerland

admission £19.95 save £19.95


Diggerland have four parks in the UK located in Devon, Durham, Kent and Yorkshire that Blue Peter Badge Holders can gain entry into for free (when accompanied by a full paying adult)

diggerland.com/

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How to apply

You can apply for a badge by post. To apply, you 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
  • your full name
  • your date of birth
  • your home postal address and postcode(not your school address)
If you don't include all of the correct information, your application may not be processed. Limited information, which cannot be used to identify any individual, will be passed to Oxford Children’s Corpus for use in Corpus research (age, gender, BBC region).


Apply by post

Send your application letter and any other materials to the following address:
Blue Peter
MediaCityUK
Salford, M50 2BH
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Top comments
WhiteNoiseMaker1 m ago

I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think …I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?


I have a Jim'll fix it Badge
I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?
Probably Free for Kids but Parents pay £200 a ticket
Why bother applying for a badge? Just make one yourself from milk bottle tops and sticky back plastic.
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I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?
Probably Free for Kids but Parents pay £200 a ticket
Original Poster
WhiteNoiseMaker1 m ago

I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think …I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?


Sorry you need a badge card to go with it now.

But congratulations on the badge I never got one
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 29th Jan
WhiteNoiseMaker1 m ago

I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think …I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?


I have a Jim'll fix it Badge
Original Poster
Georgedeals1 m ago

Probably Free for Kids but Parents pay £200 a ticket


If you read the examples that’s not the case at all.
Original Poster
Both my kids have them and it’s saved me fortune and i’m really grateful for this offer.

I love family days out.
My daughter had one but we have lost the card when moving :-(
Original Poster
LouiseSayers1 m ago

My daughter had one but we have lost the card when moving :-(


Perhaps apply for another colour and ask for a new card.
saved a fortune in the last couple of years since my son got his
myusernamehasgone2348 m ago

Perhaps apply for another colour and ask for a new card.


She's 15 now am sure they only last till 15-16 when they could be used at merlin it was really good
Georgedeals20 m ago

I have a Jim'll fix it Badge


You won't get anywhere with that!!!!
Georgedeals26 m ago

I have a Jim'll fix it Badge


Did he, did he
myusernamehasgone23448 m ago

Sorry you need a badge card to go with it now.But congratulations on the …Sorry you need a badge card to go with it now.But congratulations on the badge I never got one


No badge here but I met Caron Keating in a garden centre when I was a kid.
only 3 locations in whole of NI
Apply by post (only)

Send your application letter and any other materials to the following address:
Blue Peter
MediaCityUK
Salford, M50 2BH

What next?

When you receive your Blue Peter badge, check the letter that came with it. If we have everything we need, the letter will confirm that your Blue Peter Badge card will be arriving in the near future.
Personally, I find it hilarious that Adventure Island in Southend-on-Sea, Essex is on the list, because its free entry to everyone anyway (you only pay for tickets on each ride).
Not the same without John Noakes, Peter Pervert, Valarie Singleton and of course Shep.

RIP John Noakes and the National treasure 'Shep'.
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Edited by: "deany76" 29th Jan
Georgedeals2 h, 4 m ago

I have a Jim'll fix it Badge



Would have been better to have had a let's fix Jim badge....
WhiteNoiseMaker2 h, 8 m ago

I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think …I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?


I lost mine I'm 46 and heart broken
I won one 50 years ago and still have, complete with the original letter signed by Biddy Baxter,
Shame u can’t use it at merlin attractions no more
Pure greed comes to mind
showstopper11 m ago

Shame u can’t use it at merlin attractions no morePure greed comes to mind


I know. Those badger holders think they're entitled to everything.
MSK.5 m ago

I know. Those badger holders think they're entitled to everything.


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Ah, I can see the confusion as it's black and white but that's actually a dog not a badger.
deany7642 m ago

Not the same without John Noakes, Peter Pervert, Valarie Singleton and of …Not the same without John Noakes, Peter Pervert, Valarie Singleton and of course Shep.RIP John Noakes and the National treasure 'Shep'.[Image]


Peter pervert lol
IWOOTN1 h, 29 m ago

only 3 locations in whole of NI


Where are they 🤔
myusernamehasgone2343 h, 10 m ago

Sorry you need a badge card to go with it now.But congratulations on the …Sorry you need a badge card to go with it now.But congratulations on the badge I never got one


Me neither. I think they saw my name and didn't think I qualified for britishness
welshblob5 h, 30 m ago

Peter pervert lol




I lost my Youth when I heard Peter Pervert was intimately involved with Valerie Singleton, I felt a piece of my innocence was stolen from me in one foul swoop.
Not been the same since.
Edited by: "deany76" 30th Jan
How do you apply? The link just goes to the list attractions site, can't see an apply button
The list of attractions is naff, unless you like walking round ruins and looking at thin air
rivellangel1 h, 3 m ago

[Image] Ah, I can see the confusion as it's black and white but that's …[Image] Ah, I can see the confusion as it's black and white but that's actually a dog not a badger.


Thank you, will get my pen and paper out!
Sophiasky44 m ago

Thank you, will get my pen and paper out!



Don't forget it's the kids that need to apply not the parents
Thank you
HEAT
Original Poster
IBadAss2 h, 0 m ago

How do you apply? The link just goes to the list attractions site, can't …How do you apply? The link just goes to the list attractions site, can't see an apply button


Says in op

How to apply

You can apply for a badge by post. To apply, you 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
  • your full name
  • your date of birth
  • your home postal address and postcode(not your school address)
If you don't include all of the correct information, your application may not be processed. Limited information, which cannot be used to identify any individual, will be passed to Oxford Children’s Corpus for use in Corpus research (age, gender, BBC region).


Apply by post

Send your application letter and any other materials to the following address:
Blue Peter
MediaCityUK
Salford, M50 2BH
myusernamehasgone2346 h, 4 m ago

Both my kids have them and it’s saved me fortune and i’m really grateful fo …Both my kids have them and it’s saved me fortune and i’m really grateful for this offer. I love family days out.

So do I, except the taking the family with me part
WhiteNoiseMaker6 h, 17 m ago

I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think …I won one when I was 8 (I'm 40 now) and I've still got it! Do you think they'll still let me in for free?


Send a pic
Original Poster
showstopper10 h, 4 m ago

Shame u can’t use it at merlin attractions no morePure greed comes to mind


Merlin attractionsalways tend have a 2 for 1 vouchers running on products in supermarkets.
Original Poster
Suin9 h, 43 m ago

Where are they 🤔


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Original Poster
Sharpharp8 h, 58 m ago

The list of attractions is naff, unless you like walking round ruins and …The list of attractions is naff, unless you like walking round ruins and looking at thin air


Are you looking at the right list.

There’s Ariel extreme, Chill Factor, theme parks, Zoo’s and many many more good attractions.
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