Pair of Warwick Castle Tickets, any day, free guide book £14.70 with The Times
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Pair of Warwick Castle Tickets, any day, free guide book £14.70 with The Times

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Edited by:"Mahonytekkers"Found 2nd Oct
Saw this yesterday in the Sunday Times. We’replanning to go Christmas Eve to see Santa so works out better for us with a couple of under 3 year olds

Tickets £10 + booking £1.50 + two newspapers £3.20

valid for visits between 09/10/17 and 31/01/18 but limited to 25,000 tickets

You have to pre book the day you want to go when booking, tickets are sent by email and can be printed out prior to visit

You can only obtain one pair of tickets per email/ postal address

guidebook is worth between £6 and £10 I think from memory

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Don't park in the castle car park. You will be ripped off. It's right in the town centre so feel free to use local car parks and save the pennies
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Don't park in the castle car park. You will be ripped off. It's right in the town centre so feel free to use local car parks and save the pennies

You can't go on xmas eve with these

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simba19816 m ago

You can't go on xmas eve with these


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Anyone got a spare code they can PM me please? Thanks

How does it work? Was planning on taking the little one

Is this deal still working ? the link does not work thanks

Went recently to Warwick Castle, great castle but an ABSOLUTE RIPOFF! The entrance fee is too much and then to top it off you have to pay for loads of stuff when you get inside which should be free, archery £5 for a few arrows which you could actually thrown further than you actually shoot them, the wood sword fighting against a dummy shield, again £5 for about 5 mins both these should be free considering the amount you have to pay to get in (with out these types of offers may I had)

Have fun when you go but be prepared about the charges once you're in there..............Also take a picnic, it'll save you a small fortune

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postmaster5 h, 44 m ago

Is this deal still working ? the link does not work thanks


The deal is off line only, moss added the link but still available

Heat for the deal but it's the Ryanair of attractions.

As mentioned in the posts above, don't park at the castle, plenty other places very close by.
Take your own food/picnic etc - again there's supermarkets close by.
Edited by: "hoggs" 3rd Oct

£1.50 booking fee. I hate ticket websites!

Couple with an 8 year old - would mean buying 1 ticket at full price I suppose :(?

So you needed yesterday's paper to get the deal? I'm slightly confused as to how to obtain this offer

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clare_bear19831 m ago

So you needed yesterday's paper to get the deal? I'm slightly confused as …So you needed yesterday's paper to get the deal? I'm slightly confused as to how to obtain this offer


Just purchase any two papers on separate days between now and Tuesday 10th October

Win an overnight stay in a luxurious tower suite at Warwick Castle

Win a trip back in time at Warwick Castle and enjoy an overnight stay for two in a luxurious tower suite including exclusive concierge service, champagne on arrival, two-day priority access to the castle, a private castle tour, breakfast and parking.

For your chance to win, enter in your details and click submit

thetimesoffers.co.uk/war…php

comp closes October 22, 2017.
Edited by: "seb" 3rd Oct

code from sunday times :

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theillest - your page is empty!!

How to you actually redeem the code, sorry is not working for me cheers

cheers mate

It is an absolute rip off, left feeling like I got mugged. I even got a partial refund after I complained about their misleading website and their VAT free pricing scheme and the idea that you can save money by booking online but not actually making clear you have to book days in advance to get any saving. Not to mention the fact at the time I booked online I didn't get presented with family tickets on the mobile site and could have paid less on the gate.

The only good thing about that place was the dungeon and guess what, yes you had to pay extra for that too. Seriously don't bother wasting your money or if you feel you have to get a very good discount first. You're better off supporting the National Trust than a place like this owned by an entertainment group.

another sunday times code :

1TYA C2LY
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