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Kellogs Rice Krispies bars + £60 MERLIN ATTRACTIONS voucher at Tesco for 99p
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Kellogs Rice Krispies bars + £60 MERLIN ATTRACTIONS voucher at Tesco for 99p

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Posted 24th MarEdited by:"sheffield788"
This deal is mostly for the attraction, but I guess half price for the bars is not a bad deal too. I do not know if other supermarkets have the vouchers on the box, we got ours from Tesco.

6 x 20g bars reduced to £0.99 including a voucher worth up to £60 for MERLIN attractions. For some reasons Tesco link does not work here, don't know why but you can find it on Tesco website.



3202710.jpgGrown up go free - buy a child or adult ticket, get an adult ticket free! Offer can only be redeemed against the attraction gate price.

Voucher valid until 30.06.20. Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with other offers.

To redeem simply cut out the voucher from the side of the box and hand it over at the chosen attraction.

Alton Towers, Blackpool Tower Attractions, Chessington World of adventures, The Dungeons, Legoland Windson, Manchester and Birmingham, Madame Tussauds London or Blackpool, UK Sea Life, Thorpe Park, Warwick Castle, Shrek Adventure London, London Eye, Bear Grylls adventure, Bridgit's Garden, Allwee Cave Ireland plus another 2 I can't find on website but available on the box, sorry, writing too small so can't see but the words I can read are EPIC and Jurrassic.

For attractions and T&C, please see website here, I've checked a few attractions and I cannot see restrictions for school holidays or weekends
kelloggs.co.uk/en_…tml
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Sounds good
Gotta queue up and buy tickets at the gate?
Irfy201546 m ago

Gotta queue up and buy tickets at the gate?


I'm assuming so, however if you go on the T&C I think there are some you can get online. I don't know how, as the voucher does not seem to have a code, unless it is written on the back, but you have to rip off the box.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 24th Mar
Looks like beans on toast.
Except you have to buy one ticket to get the second free - they pretty much run this all year round (and ticket prices are overly inflated as you have to pay the full price not the advance price)
coerce8625 m ago

Except you have to buy one ticket to get the second free - they pretty …Except you have to buy one ticket to get the second free - they pretty much run this all year round (and ticket prices are overly inflated as you have to pay the full price not the advance price)


Yes, but it is mentioned in the description. For us is decent, as we were planning to go next weekend anyway to LEGOLAND and too late for advance price. I've seen this deal not long ago, but was not available for weekends or school holiday, this one seems not to have these restrictions.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 24th Mar
37330598-ORHU6.jpg37330598-0IlWu.jpgThe free grown ups online tickets are on the Rice Krispies 510g boxes. There is a code inside promotional packs.
coerce8624th Mar

Except you have to buy one ticket to get the second free - they pretty …Except you have to buy one ticket to get the second free - they pretty much run this all year round (and ticket prices are overly inflated as you have to pay the full price not the advance price)


Do you know by any chance how much are the tickets at the gate? Are they way more expensive than online? Thanks!
Hi has anyone got a online code from any of the boxes above I could have please? Thanks
Any idea how much are the tickets st the gate? Trying to make sense if it worth to use the voucher or the ones online are cheaper, thanks.
sheffield78827/03/2019 16:32

Any idea how much are the tickets st the gate? Trying to make sense if it …Any idea how much are the tickets st the gate? Trying to make sense if it worth to use the voucher or the ones online are cheaper, thanks.


For example Chessington:

Normal tickets:
---------------
5 day advance saver ticket - £29.50

ON THE DAY - £50.50


Kellogg's Merlin Free ticket promo:
----------------------------------

Both

Child + Adult (3 - 15 years old) - You pay the child price, the adult goes FREE.

AND

Adult + 2nd Adult (16+ years old) - You pay the adult price, a second adult goes FREE.


Is From £47.00, which works out as £23.50 each person.

The cheapest online 5 day saver ticket is £29.50. If you happen to be in a group of 2/4/6..(even numbers) the grown ups go free Merlin voucher works out cheaper by £6.

The other theme parks may have different prices for the Child + Adult and Adult + Adult so please do the sums to see if it's worth it.
ThickSausage17 h, 30 m ago

Hi has anyone got a online code from any of the boxes above I could have …Hi has anyone got a online code from any of the boxes above I could have please? Thanks


Hi, I can provide a code but I cannot do private comments. If you still require the code I prefer to contact on HUKD, thanks!
superpig28/03/2019 09:44

For example Chessington:Normal tickets:---------------5 day advance saver …For example Chessington:Normal tickets:---------------5 day advance saver ticket - £29.50ON THE DAY - £50.50Kellogg's Merlin Free ticket promo: ----------------------------------Both Child + Adult (3 - 15 years old) - You pay the child price, the adult goes FREE.AND Adult + 2nd Adult (16+ years old) - You pay the adult price, a second adult goes FREE.Is From £47.00, which works out as £23.50 each person.The cheapest online 5 day saver ticket is £29.50. If you happen to be in a group of 2/4/6..(even numbers) the grown ups go free Merlin voucher works out cheaper by £6.The other theme parks may have different prices for the Child + Adult and Adult + Adult so please do the sums to see if it's worth it.


Thank you! I am looking at the Manchester one. We are 2 adults, a 6 year old and a 2 year old who will have free entry. So, in practice only one person will benefit of the discount. I am looking for 1 visit only. I can see the prices on line, but some people suggest the prices at the gate are different. I can't find the prices at the gate. I've heard that if you buy online you don't have to wait at the gates. Obviously I prefer this option, but I can't use the voucher/discount if I buy it on line. I am trying to make sense if the voucher gives a significant discount and is worth to wait at the gate, if I only save little, I think I prefer the convenience. Thanks, I will probably look on TripAdvisor, maybe the prices at the gate are mentioned there.
sheffield78828/03/2019 10:12

Thank you! I am looking at the Manchester one. We are 2 adults, a 6 year …Thank you! I am looking at the Manchester one. We are 2 adults, a 6 year old and a 2 year old who will have free entry. So, in practice only one person will benefit of the discount. I am looking for 1 visit only. I can see the prices on line, but some people suggest the prices at the gate are different. I can't find the prices at the gate. I've heard that if you buy online you don't have to wait at the gates. Obviously I prefer this option, but I can't use the voucher/discount if I buy it on line. I am trying to make sense if the voucher gives a significant discount and is worth to wait at the gate, if I only save little, I think I prefer the convenience. Thanks, I will probably look on TripAdvisor, maybe the prices at the gate are mentioned there.


Maybe calling them might get the info you are after if you don't find any info on Trip Advisor.
superpig2 h, 46 m ago

Maybe calling them might get the info you are after if you don't find any …Maybe calling them might get the info you are after if you don't find any info on Trip Advisor.


thanks. I thought to call, but no answer, so sent an email a week ago, no answer too, looks like they are very busy:). I am sure I will find a way, thanks.
Thanks so much for posting this deal. Had a lovely day out with my daughter-shreks adventure and sealife for £50!!! Saving £58
20%-40% savings for a family of 3 plus toddler.

Just got some tickets for Manchester Legoland, you can use the voucher to buy on line, the difference is the discount will go towards full price tickets. Better to book on line, to have the entry guaranteed.

Booked for 2 adults, 1 child and a toddler, saving about 20% against on line tickets without a voucher, and about 40% against prices at the gate.

At the gate prices are £20.95 per adult, £16.95 per child. Total for all of us = £58.85

The price on line is £15.95 per adult (x2 adults) + £11.95 paying child, toddler goes free = £43.85

With the voucher: £20.95 one adult, second adult goes free, £14.41 paying child = £35.36

Saving £8.49 against on line prices without the voucher, saving £23.49 against the at the gate price. Tickets printed at home.

The voucher is slightly 'misleading', suggesting you buy a child or adult ticket and the other adult goes free. However, you can't buy a child ticket, you have to pay £20.95. This price is for 3 years+, however on website the child tickets are cheaper.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 31st Mar
ThickSausage27/03/2019 16:16

Hi has anyone got a online code from any of the boxes above I could have …Hi has anyone got a online code from any of the boxes above I could have please? Thanks


I've just booked my tickets on line and after adding the code, a message came suggesting the tickets will be valid only with the physical voucher attached to them...
sheffield78831/03/2019 13:36

I've just booked my tickets on line and after adding the code, a message …I've just booked my tickets on line and after adding the code, a message came suggesting the tickets will be valid only with the physical voucher attached to them...


No message came up for me, normally you just self scan the tickets on entry without seeing any human. I doubt very much they will be expecting customers to keep some old peace of cardboard from a old cerial packet.
ThickSausage31/03/2019 20:20

No message came up for me, normally you just self scan the tickets on …No message came up for me, normally you just self scan the tickets on entry without seeing any human. I doubt very much they will be expecting customers to keep some old peace of cardboard from a old cerial packet.


I am pretty sure you are right, but in my case, this message was displayed. They don't even know me and they think I am dodgy:).
sheffield7888 m ago

I am pretty sure you are right, but in my case, this message was …I am pretty sure you are right, but in my case, this message was displayed. They don't even know me and they think I am dodgy:).


well that peace of card i think is in the large green bin in the garden i really dont wanna me going through it looking for a code :-(
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