Half price Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristbands £12.50
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Half price Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristbands £12.50

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Found 12th May 2010Made hot 12th May 2010
Book before the end of May 2010 & get entry to Blackpool Pleasure Beach for half price for any Sunday this season
£15 for Adults
£12.50 for Children
On-line bookings only
Use the code 1051

37 Comments

any half price tickets during the week.

good deal heat added

great deal, thanks for sharing! heat added.

Hot. Heat added.

Thinking of going to Blackpool in June with my girlfriend and the kids. However she hates the rides and won't be going on any so will she need to buy a wristband aswell just to walk around with us?

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Taksim_Red;8591230

Thinking of going to Blackpool in June with my girlfriend and the kids. … Thinking of going to Blackpool in June with my girlfriend and the kids. However she hates the rides and won't be going on any so will she need to buy a wristband aswell just to walk around with us?



No she won't...you can pay for rides individually or have a wristband.

Taksim_Red;8591230

Thinking of going to Blackpool in June with my girlfriend and the kids. … Thinking of going to Blackpool in June with my girlfriend and the kids. However she hates the rides and won't be going on any so will she need to buy a wristband aswell just to walk around with us?



slamdunkin;8591254

No she won't...you can pay for rides individually or have a wristband.



She'll still have to pay a fiver to get in though, even if she just walks round!

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craigstephens;8591270

She'll still have to pay a fiver to get in though, even if she just walks … She'll still have to pay a fiver to get in though, even if she just walks round!



My apologies I didn't realise they have added an admission charge since I last went there.

slamdunkin;8591254

No she won't...you can pay for rides individually or have a wristband.



Pretty sure the last time I went they'd closed off all the entrances, except for the one where you pay, and now make everyone buy a wristband.

Just seen on their site they're selling "walk around" tickets for £5. What a con the robbing bar stewards! Imagine how many parents who take their kids who (the parents) don't actually want to go on the rides themselves. That's an easy tenner everytime.

wicked really hot for me

In terms of value for money, may consider Alton Towers if bp little too far for some.

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£8 worth of clubcard points gets you a day wristband if you want to go during the week.

Better off paying £12.50 though if you plan to go on a Sunday anyway. Good deal.

good post but code is not working error message I get..

Taksim_Red;8591542

Pretty sure the last time I went they'd closed off all the entrances, … Pretty sure the last time I went they'd closed off all the entrances, except for the one where you pay, and now make everyone buy a wristband.Just seen on their site they're selling "walk around" tickets for £5. What a con the robbing bar stewards! Imagine how many parents who take their kids who (the parents) don't actually want to go on the rides themselves. That's an easy tenner everytime.



Problem was, you had stag do's, hen party's, local young chavs just hanging around in there getting pi**ed causing trouble and being a nuisance when it was free entry. It is much more family friendly now there is an entry fee.

I agree but on the other hand you also had people spending money just having lunch there. You also had regular visitors daily using the arcades. I worked there for years and there were a lot of regulars not allienated by the £5 charge to walk round. Now if I want to take the kids as a family I have to pay £10 just to walk round the place while the children go on the rides. She (Mrs Thompson) said the £5 charge was to pay for new rides, she lost £4 million last year by adding on the charge. People just dont want to pay it and who can blame them. Granny and Grandad take 3 kids, £13 each kid and £10 for the old folk.

No offence to the OP it is a good deal but the walking around charge is a rip off and they deserve to lose the money

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slamdunkin;8591254

No she won't...you can pay for rides individually or have a wristband.



.. If she doesnt go on anything there she will have to pay a £5 entry fee to get into the park.
.. If she does decide to go on the rides she will have to buy a wristband but she will get the £5 entry fee she paid to get in knocked off the wristband price.
.. There are now no tickets just wristbands.

.. To be honest I agree with the people above, blatant rip off... £5 Just to walk round is a joke and I'm glad she lost £4 million last year, serves her right for being a greedy f***er.

Were going again in September with our grandkids and I for one wont be paying the entrance price, I used to go on the white knuckle rides but since I hurt my back I dont.
I would have taken the kids on the rides and bought them and us drinks and food etc but now theyve lost my custom and probably 40 or 50 quid.

Lynchy;8593266

Problem was, you had stag do's, hen party's, local young chavs just … Problem was, you had stag do's, hen party's, local young chavs just hanging around in there getting pi**ed causing trouble and being a nuisance when it was free entry. It is much more family friendly now there is an entry fee.



Why dont they get rid of the pub and not allow alcohol on premesis? That would be the easy option.
Weve been there before when little old grannys and grandads were there with there grandkids and theyve said £5 entry fee if your not going on any rides, what trouble are a 60+ year old couple going to cause with there grandkids?
They stop stag partys, hen partys and same sexed groups in some of the hotels so why not there??
Im sure you can tell them by the kiss me quick hats... lol!!!!

Great price, thanks

Original Poster

code seems to be working fine
goto the page
click on best deal
choose a month and how many Adult/children/infant ticket you want
stick in the code
click "find a low price ticket"

the page will load with the month you chose and Sunday prices @ half price

Original Poster

DRAMBUI;8593807

.. If she doesnt go on anything there she will have to pay a £5 entry fee … .. If she doesnt go on anything there she will have to pay a £5 entry fee to get into the park... If she does decide to go on the rides she will have to buy a wristband but she will get the £5 entry fee she paid to get in knocked off the wristband price... There are now no tickets just wristbands... To be honest I agree with the people above, blatant rip off... £5 Just to walk round is a joke and I'm glad she lost £4 million last year, serves her right for being a greedy f***er.Were going again in September with our grandkids and I for one wont be paying the entrance price, I used to go on the white knuckle rides but since I hurt my back I dont.I would have taken the kids on the rides and bought them and us drinks and food etc but now theyve lost my custom and probably 40 or 50 quid.Why dont they get rid of the pub and not allow alcohol on premesis? That would be the easy option.Weve been there before when little old grannys and grandads were there with there grandkids and theyve said £5 entry fee if your not going on any rides, what trouble are a 60+ year old couple going to cause with there grandkids?They stop stag partys, hen partys and same sexed groups in some of the hotels so why not there??Im sure you can tell them by the kiss me quick hats... lol!!!!



you can buy individual ride tokens
£10 gets you in and 1 ride on the big one
£6 for infusion once your in (£varies per ride but can be topped up once you've paid £5 to get in)

£15 for unlimitted rides is exactly what "most" people will want considering this is ALL SEASON and pleasure beach offers are far and few between

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hawk299;8593994

you can buy individual ride tokens£10 gets you in and 1 ride on the big … you can buy individual ride tokens£10 gets you in and 1 ride on the big one£6 for infusion once your in (£varies per ride but can be topped up once you've paid £5 to get in)£15 for unlimitted rides is exactly what "most" people will want considering this is ALL SEASON and pleasure beach offers are far and few between



i work there and this info is correct
just so you know the tickets cost £1 each and there is a minium number you can buy (6 i think, i dont work in sales so im not sure)

the wristbands are much better value

hawk299;8593973

code seems to be working finegoto the pageclick on best dealchoose a … code seems to be working finegoto the pageclick on best dealchoose a month and how many Adult/children/infant ticket you wantstick in the codeclick "find a low price ticket"the page will load with the month you chose and Sunday prices @ half price



Hi,thanks for this but it still will not work for me :-( I follow the directions but once I click find a low ticket price the calendar does show up but it does not have any prices ata all on it and if i click the date i would like 30th of May in my case it just goes to a broken link.

Any ideas ??

Thanks.

still sucks big time that if you dont go on anyfin you still have to pay £5 entry fee..

Like I said if we went in and took the kids we might have spent about 40 or 50 quid and now they have nothing..

The first time we went when they started charging, there must have been 50 people infront of us walking back to the prom moaning about the entry fee..

I wish I could afford to lose £4 million..

They have the un-aptly named Beever Creek for the toddlers which our kids thought was great.

nice find

Are there any other offers for money off on weekdays / Saturdays?

Offer doesn't work for me.

Page of dates is just blank.

il have a look at this.

Gingerboy;8595380

They have the un-aptly named Beever Creek for the toddlers which our kids … They have the un-aptly named Beever Creek for the toddlers which our kids thought was great.



Speakin of that what in the hell were they thinking with this sign in Beaver Creek on the kids car ride..

http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x64/hustler68/CIMG0736.jpg

I have found if I try to include junior tickets the page comes up blank but just for adults it works fine.

have used this to buy 5 tickets and got them at 1/2 price. However, on confirmation email and the e-ticket you have to print it says that if a voucher code has been used you must take this with you to obtain your tickets.

will they be arsey about it?

Where did the code originate from?

Their facebook group. They tend to drip feed wristband codes out from there. At the moment they call it half price for every Sunday without letting on its a general offer.

This site ]pleasure beach codes also seems to get up to date codes before most of the rest.

I got a BOGOF wristband deal from their last season and always check it prior to a Blackpool trip. They also had a 25% off voucher for the Sandcastle water park.

I used to love Blackpool but since they kept hiking up the car paking and then the pleasure beach put the walk on charge your talking over £17 before we even have to pay for the kids bands now changed direction and head for Skeggy now.

Great find, but has anyone used this, I phone them and they said it was fine to use the code but only if you took the voucher along with you when you pick up your wristband. The voucher was ONLY given out at the end of peoples last visit.

Anyone got the voucher they could post to me?

Cheers

Al.

Just seen the bit about having to take the voucher with you. I'm just going to take a print out of the site that listed it. They can't accept the code one minute then after they get your money try to stop you having the tickets. That's basically robbery.

Very strange, their terms and conditions do not mention anything about the voucher having to be presented on collection and neither do the booking pages where you make payment.
So on that basis how can they insist on production of a voucher when they don't even tell you to bring it?

As for only giving out this voucher code 1051 as a bonus for persons that have already visited then why are they also promoting the code on their Facebook and Twitter pages? Typical Blackpool Pleasure Beach the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing.

Facebook Page Link Offer
facebook.com/ple…571

]Pleasure Beach Resort This week's Fan's Friday Offer is £15 for all … ]Pleasure Beach Resort This week's Fan's Friday Offer is £15 for all wristbands on Sunday 23rd May. To take advantage of this offer you will need to book online and enter the code 1051.

Twitter Page Offer
twitter.com/Ple…ach

This week's Fan's Friday Offer is £15 for all wristbands on Sunday 23rd … This week's Fan's Friday Offer is £15 for all wristbands on Sunday 23rd May. To take advantage of this offer you... [URL]http:/********/bm5k6O[/URL]

Am not sure if you have to be following or a friend of the party to be able to see those pages? I can see them ok and they are quite clear.

This page.
moorbankhouse.co.uk/bed…010

has details of a 3 for 2 wristband offer and a copy of their own voucher which admittedly does say upon it that the voucher must be redeemed at the time of collection of the wristbands.

There are vouchers for the 1010 code and they are issued for a cheap return trip for those that have already visited this season but these have nothing upon them to imply they must be presented on collection of wristbands.

catden;8644162

have used this to buy 5 tickets and got them at 1/2 price. However, on … have used this to buy 5 tickets and got them at 1/2 price. However, on confirmation email and the e-ticket you have to print it says that if a voucher code has been used you must take this with you to obtain your tickets.will they be arsey about it?Where did the code originate from?




I've purchased two wristbands for this coming sunday, i received the same email saying i needed to bring the coupon with the voucher code on it. However, if any one is worried about this, may i just point out that is actually illegal to ask us for the voucher code after we have purchased the tickets. To incorporate the term "bring the coupon with you or risk refusal of entry" after we have entered into an agreement with them is not binding. All terms and conditions must be made noticeable to the purchaser before they enter the contract, this term is not in their t&c's and is not mentioned until after purchase, therfore not binding. As the common law clearly states.

n case they are "arsey" just tell them about this and see how long they try to wiggle out of it, i gurantee it wont be long until your riding high on the pepsi max...
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