Mums go FREE on Mothers Day weekend / Dads go FREE Fathers Day weekend / BOTH Grandparents go FREE Grandparents Day weekend @ Gullivers World
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Mums go FREE on Mothers Day weekend / Dads go FREE Fathers Day weekend / BOTH Grandparents go FREE Grandparents Day weekend @ Gullivers World

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Found 24th Jan 2015
Just spotted this and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out if you are a Mum/Dad/Grandparent with little ones.

Treat your mum this Mother’s Day to a fantastic family day out.

To make it extra special we will be giving every mum FREE ENTRY into the park throughout Mother’s Day Weekend when accompanied by one full paying person.

Make it a day to remember and create memories that the entire family can treasure. We have awesome attractions to keep the kids entertained and special activities created just for mum.

If you want to do something different this Mother’s Day then come along to Gulliver’s. Offer Valid 14th - 15th March 2015.

Prices are reasonable too i.e £9.95 pp or FREE if you are under 90cm

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Dads go FREE (20th / 21st June)
Get ready for a fantastic day out this Father’s Day and take advantage of our special offer! This year we are giving every Dad FREE ENTRY to our theme parks when accompanied by one full paying person, valid only on Father’s Day Weekend.

There will be plenty of great rides, attractions and shows for the whole family to enjoy. Our friends from Soccer Star Coaching will be joining us for the day and Dad can take part in the speed shot challenge.

There’s no excuse not to visit Gulliver’s and make sure Dad has a day to remember.

*Each family entering the park must include at least one adult and one child.

When booking online please do not add another adult ticket for Father's as they will not require one

Edited by: "andywedge" 24th Jan 2015

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Grandparents go FREE (19th / 20th Sept)

Don’t let your grandparents miss out on this very special weekend at Gulliver’s!

To celebrate Grandparents Day we have a great offer created especially for your Nan and Grandad. Gulliver’s is the perfect place for a day of traditional family fun with rides and attractions for everyone. Book now for this wonderful weekend offer!

2 Grandparents get FREE ENTRY when accompanied by one full paying child, so give your grandparents a great day out at Gulliver's!

Booking online? Our booking system will only permit bookings that include at least one paying child. Please leave grandparents off the booking.

This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.


Edited by: "andywedge" 24th Jan 2015

When did Grandparents Day become a thing?

am a son . do i get to go on sundays . . .

haritori

When did Grandparents Day become a thing?



Just WTF....all I have to say
Edited by: "Supalynz" 25th Jan 2015

what about great grandparents

Would be good to say where it is in the OP. I have never heard of it!

What about the Outlaws

andywedge

or FREE if you are under 90cm


Height discrimination!

uncle day?

haritori

When did Grandparents Day become a thing?



It didn't, Clinton cards tried to bring it out but failed.

My children went last year with their gran and great gran and loved it! The price does go its £15-£17 after march i think because its peak season then!

Would you go if free is the question?

"reeks of spam" as the 'mods' like to say... where's the "I've been here before and...", the "good deal, they rarely promote..." and other such personal opinion on the deal ? I sometimes wonder if the owners of this site try to boost their 'income' by selling promo seeds quietly. Just copy/pasting a website promo is poor practice, add a little personal comment too. Or at least use quotes so the last statement doesn't sound like you are getting a kick back

bargainhunter666

Would you go if free is the question?



While the place is in need of either a repaint/demolition, there are hardly any queues the kids enjoy themselves and last year we had 10 consecutive goes on the bumper cars. The adults loved that as much as the kids

If anyone does go take your own food, you have been warned.

Banned

Cold! It's not fair on others.

hartdave

what about great grandparents

They would also be grandparents! !

Does anyone know which park is the 'best' out of the 3?


Edited by: "funkyfish586" 26th Jan 2015

how do you book these online?

Where is it £9.95? When I go to the website it says it's £12
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