Gullivers world Royal Baby discount - now just £8.06! They are usually £22.50. All parks!
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Gullivers world Royal Baby discount - now just £8.06! They are usually £22.50. All parks!

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Found 24th Jul 2013
To celebrate the birth of the new Royal Prince, weighing 8lb 6oz, online Children’s tickets at Gulliversare now just £8.06! They are usually £22.50
You’ll be amazed by the sheer scale of Gulliver’s Warrington and the huge range of family rides and attractions! Swoop through the lost world on the flight of the pteranadon, gallop through western world on the pony express or tear up the track on our unique wooden roller coaster – the Antelope.
There are plenty of open grassy spaces to run around in and ample picnic areas for lakeside wildlife watching and al fresco lunching. Family dining options include all you can eat pizza and pasta, kids packed lunches and 100% pure beef burgers, available in a choice of 5 restaurants all with indoor seating. The big soft play tent, Gully town and of course the fantastic SplashZone, are just a few of the multiple undercover attractions available at Gulliver’s Warrington, so you’ll always beat the British weather for a non-stop day packed with family fun.
This incredible celebratory price is available ONLINE now and for 3 DAYS ONLY! Offer ends midnight Thursday 25th July 2013!
Valid on all online bookings made for theme park visits 1st to 23rd August 2013.
Use promo code ROYAL1 when booking and select DAY TICKET option. For more information click here.

41 Comments

hot, hope they do the same at Milton Keynes.

Saving of £11.93 over the family ticket. Hot

Looked a good deal so checked it out but it's wrong. A child ticket on a day pass is £15.95 add the code and it does reduce it to £8.06. This doesn't work on the eat all inclusive selection or family tickets. You save £7.89 per child ticket. Still a good saving though

thx taking my daughter this week this is perfect

printer528

hot, hope they do the same at Milton Keynes.

was disappointed first and only time there half the rides shut and run down place.

printer528

hot, hope they do the same at Milton Keynes.



its available at all parks now, i just checked milton keynes

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nadine78

its available at all parks now, i just checked milton keynes



Thanks Nadine will update title

whats the matlock one like, if i recall its all on a very steep hill ?

It can be a bit tired but even with half the rides shut, at £8 entry you are bound to get more than 4 rides which makes it better value than a fairground IMO. Def good value for younger kids tho I am not sure re anything abv maybe age 7/8 - rides may be too baby-ish? We've been during mid-season weekend and was pleased with the reasonable queues. 1-2 round of a waiting for a big ride like the flying planes. Been during Xmas time when half the park is shut and advertised as so, and it was still good value then.

*Warrington one. And side note, I once took my son when he measured 88cm - in an attempt to get him a free trip (under 90cm) before they made me pay for him. The gauges outside are set slightly lower so if you are 87/88cm, I'd be tempted to pay them £8.06 to avoid paying £15 at the door. On the up side, if you did pay to get in, they then qualify (height requirement) to ride most of the rides.

ill take a tape measuer

flyingirl

*Warrington one. And side note, I once took my son when he measured 88cm … *Warrington one. And side note, I once took my son when he measured 88cm - in an attempt to get him a free trip (under 90cm) before they made me pay for him. The gauges outside are set slightly lower so if you are 87/88cm, I'd be tempted to pay them £8.06 to avoid paying £15 at the door. On the up side, if you did pay to get in, they then qualify (height requirement) to ride most of the rides.



Worth wondering if perhaps you had measured him without shoes and then at the park with shoes?

One employee has said to me as my youngest was 88cm with shoes next time to bring trainers and change her shoes once inside so she could go on the rides without having to pay (morally debatable though)

deanos

whats the matlock one like, if i recall its all on a very steep hill ?

Took my lad last year (he was 2) - he loved it, is great for the young-uns.

But you are quite right it is all on a steep gradient. There is even a travelator at the top part of the hill as it's especially long.

anyone can explain how to make it work??PLEASE
Edited by: "muzzi17" 24th Jul 2013

Anyone know what the age is for the child tickets - I know alton towers and other such places say that 12 and over are classed as "adults" .

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emmy7

Anyone know what the age is for the child tickets - I know alton towers … Anyone know what the age is for the child tickets - I know alton towers and other such places say that 12 and over are classed as "adults" .



Children are classed as under 16 - bargain!!!

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muzzi17

anyone can explain how to make it work??PLEASE



You need to book before midnight Thursday and choose to attend between 3rd and 23 August . When site asks for promotions / discounts add ROYAL1 and choose day ticket and will reduce cost of children's tickets!!

Thank you

simoningreasby

You need to book before midnight Thursday and choose to attend between … You need to book before midnight Thursday and choose to attend between 3rd and 23 August . When site asks for promotions / discounts add ROYAL1 and choose day ticket and will reduce cost of children's tickets!!



Thanks,
this is exactly what i am trying but not working, its STEP 3 where we need to put the code

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Let me retry....

Milton Keynes one is only 20 mins from me, so may well take this up for next Saturday (yes, I know you have to book before Thursday midnight).
Not sure if my kids (7 & 9) are too big for it now though.

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muzzi17

Thanks, this is exactly what i am trying but not working, its STEP 3 … Thanks, this is exactly what i am trying but not working, its STEP 3 where we need to put the code



Did you select day ticket (not all inclusive ticket)? As for day ticket only.

Isn't the normal price £15.95 for a day ticket?

£15.95 for adult entry to just accompany a child. What's the logic behind that?

Good deal and voted hot but my advice is to make sure you take your own food.

Personal experience leads me to to my opinions that it is overpriced, greasy and not very tasty in the slightest. And you have to queue for ages to get it.

Will admit it was last year that I went so it may have improved.

i would swear the warrington park was about a 10nner in a few years ago...there no way as an adult we would have payed 22

nidgesy

£15.95 for adult entry to just accompany a child. What's the logic behind … £15.95 for adult entry to just accompany a child. What's the logic behind that?



Because it's a business that would like to make a profit...

So x2 adults and one 2-year old would be £24...is that correct?

EDIT - not a saving at all if your kid is under 90cm! damn!

Whats expiry date?

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horizon-in

Whats expiry date?



Offer ends midnight Thursday (tomorrow)

Where do you put the promotion code in, it is before or after the card details,

Ordered cheers op

Before card details

ashmac

thx taking my daughter this week this is perfect




Valid on all online bookings made for theme park visits 1st to 23rd August 2013.

The £22.39 incluedes

PAUL7331

So x2 adults and one 2-year old would be £24...is that correct?



2x £15.95 = £31.90
1x £8.06 = £8.06

Total: £39.96

still looks a bit steep ...shame really I wouldnt have mind taking my little boy there

If I was to take 2 children on my own would I have to pay full price for 1?

PAUL7331

So x2 adults and one 2-year old would be £24...is that correct?



Children under 90cm are free so it depends on height.

Also, adult tickets are £15.95 each so I've no idea where you get £24 from?

Thanks ordered

Just tried to order tickets now, but the website says "online booking system is currently experiencing a problem" when you select tickets!
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