Paultons Park, Peppa Pig World, and the New Forest - 2nd days free
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Paultons Park, Peppa Pig World, and the New Forest - 2nd days free

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Expires on 30/09/2018Found 10th May
Get your 2nd Day FREE worth over £109.

Available on all official short breaks with Paultons Breaks in 2018.

There are over 70 rides and attractions across both Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World and many families find that at least 2 days are needed to get the most out of visiting the Park. Paultons Breaks are delighted to be able to offer you a 2nd Day FREE on your Park entry, meaning that you can enjoy your visit to Paultons Park, Peppa Pig World, and the New Forest for longer. PLUS an amazing night's stay in a hotel to top off your break!
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What is the £26 part?
It's always this price and offer. Not a deal
HotUKDealSeeker1 h, 20 m ago

What is the £26 part?



would also like to know as went here on sunday and wasnt £26
kford19841 h, 2 m ago

It's always this price and offer. Not a deal


on that note, the 2nd day free is also not free. The short break costs double of the day ticket and some, probably the 'some' is for the hotel!
Genuine question, how do people and children not find those costumes horrifying
Just had a quick look for family of 5, mid week and weekend, basically a bottom line of £400 minimum, this post is basically bullcrap.

The cost of the place is pretty much the reason I've only been once about a decade ago.
Photek10001 h, 27 m ago

Just had a quick look for family of 5, mid week and weekend, basically a …Just had a quick look for family of 5, mid week and weekend, basically a bottom line of £400 minimum, this post is basically bullcrap.The cost of the place is pretty much the reason I've only been once about a decade ago.


No it doesn't, we have only just come back from there 2 weeks ago. Even with petrol, evening meal and snacks for lunches both days we still only spent a maximum of £300 and considering to take the kids to any attractions park for 2 days would be a minimum of £200-£300 my kids loved it
There is a deal on O2 Priority for family of four with the overnight stay for £131 if that helps anyone. Selected dates. We went recently for a single day and it was an excellent park. Peppa Pig World kept us busy for the whole day and Park was not too busy so we spent minimal time queuing.
Edited by: "GTE_16V" 12th May
I go to endless theme parks throughout Europe. You're nearly always better paying for everything seperate. £85 for a family of 3, plus £50 for the local premier inn £135 total for 1 days entry. Forget staying in the run down hotels on offer for far more.

Funnily enough the best value theme park is Paris. Very expensive if you want to go for a few days, but the longer you stay the cheaper it always works out as an average. You can book a 8 night trip for under £1000 quite easily and get a holiday out of it
Edited by: "jonnyh132" 12th May
Ive booked peppa pig land admission hotel stay(close) and parking for £188 this friday.
The cheaper hotels are nearly 40 miles away.
rachael86rach1 h, 9 m ago

The cheaper hotels are nearly 40 miles away.


Travelodge Stoney Cross only about 6miles away. Two more in Southampton only about 5miles away. So quite a few budget hotels.
Other chains are available....
Edited by: "Wear_The_Fox_Hat" 12th May
I meant cheaper prices not cheaper hotels. Still voted hot though
This has been their pricing for the last few years at least. You’ve always had “two days for the price of one”. Afraid this is not a deal for me, just their standard pricing being readvertised
Cold. False advertising and I hope they get called out and prosecuted
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jonnyh13212th May

I go to endless theme parks throughout Europe. You're nearly always better …I go to endless theme parks throughout Europe. You're nearly always better paying for everything seperate. £85 for a family of 3, plus £50 for the local premier inn £135 total for 1 days entry. Forget staying in the run down hotels on offer for far more.Funnily enough the best value theme park is Paris. Very expensive if you want to go for a few days, but the longer you stay the cheaper it always works out as an average. You can book a 8 night trip for under £1000 quite easily and get a holiday out of it


My god you'd spend a complete fortune in Eurodisney if there for 8 days. Also, you completely rinse that park in 3-4 days.
neill.martin2 h, 36 m ago

My god you'd spend a complete fortune in Eurodisney if there for 8 days. …My god you'd spend a complete fortune in Eurodisney if there for 8 days. Also, you completely rinse that park in 3-4 days.

You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is 0.57 km² in size, Alton towers is 3 km², Disneyland Paris is 22.3 km². DLP has far higher quality with major Broadway shows etc. The value per day would out value any theme park in Europe.


I went with my toddler and wife, drove there(£96 eurotunnel) bought annual passes for £109 per person, 4* novotel colligien with the best breakfast you can imagine £540 for 8 nights, £60 fuel, and ate whatever we wanted as we drove so just went to bakeries etc.

My point is, £300 for a 2 day stay in Paultons is nowhere near as good value. I love the park myself though, clean and very well kept.
Edited by: "jonnyh132" 15th May
jonnyh1321 h, 35 m ago

You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is …You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is 0.57 km² in size, Alton towers is 3 km², Disneyland Paris is 22.3 km². DLP has far higher quality with major Broadway shows etc. The value per day would out value any theme park in Europe. I went with my toddler and wife, drove there(£96 eurotunnel) bought annual passes for £109 per person, 4* novotel colligien with the best breakfast you can imagine £540 for 8 nights, £60 fuel, and ate whatever we wanted as we drove so just went to bakeries etc.My point is, £300 for a 2 day stay in Paultons is nowhere near as good value. I love the park myself though, clean and very well kept.


We did rinse it in 4 days last year with 2 children!
jonnyh1321 h, 54 m ago

You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is …You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is 0.57 km² in size, Alton towers is 3 km², Disneyland Paris is 22.3 km². All far higher quality with major Broadway shows etc. The value per day would out trip shy theme park.I went with my toddler and wife, drove there, bought annual passes for £109 per person, 4* novotel colligien(nicest Hotel we'e



Its possible. But we treat it as a summer holiday. No rush atall, just watching the mickeys pass by, it's basically a theme park resort so we treat it as such and enjoy just taking our time with no rush. The magic of annual passes means a longer day is only the hotel cost added so works out very cheap overall.
jonnyh1321 h, 54 m ago

You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is …You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is 0.57 km² in size, Alton towers is 3 km², Disneyland Paris is 22.3 km². All far higher quality with major Broadway shows etc. The value per day would out trip shy theme park.I went with my toddler and wife, drove there, bought annual passes for £109 per person, 4* novotel colligien(nicest Hotel we'e

jonnyh1323 h, 2 m ago

You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is …You wouldn't rinse it in 4 days I can assure you. For example, Paultons is 0.57 km² in size, Alton towers is 3 km², Disneyland Paris is 22.3 km². DLP has far higher quality with major Broadway shows etc. The value per day would out value any theme park in Europe. I went with my toddler and wife, drove there(£96 eurotunnel) bought annual passes for £109 per person, 4* novotel colligien with the best breakfast you can imagine £540 for 8 nights, £60 fuel, and ate whatever we wanted as we drove so just went to bakeries etc.My point is, £300 for a 2 day stay in Paultons is nowhere near as good value. I love the park myself though, clean and very well kept.


According to the dlp website an annual pass is 219 euros, which is nearly double what you're quoting.
jonnyh13212th May

I go to endless theme parks throughout Europe. You're nearly always better …I go to endless theme parks throughout Europe. You're nearly always better paying for everything seperate. £85 for a family of 3, plus £50 for the local premier inn £135 total for 1 days entry. Forget staying in the run down hotels on offer for far more.Funnily enough the best value theme park is Paris. Very expensive if you want to go for a few days, but the longer you stay the cheaper it always works out as an average. You can book a 8 night trip for under £1000 quite easily and get a holiday out of it


I just checked the local Premier Inn and it was £78 for then non flex room in August when I would go.
Really if you're going to throw around prices of things at least make sure you're up to date.
HotUKDealSeeker10th May

on that note, the 2nd day free is also not free. The short break costs …on that note, the 2nd day free is also not free. The short break costs double of the day ticket and some, probably the 'some' is for the hotel!


For a family of 3 a 2 day ticket only is £160.
You can get with a hotel for about £200
So yes the 2nd day is free.
rachael86rach12th May

I meant cheaper prices not cheaper hotels. Still voted hot though


I found cheaper prices on hotels under 10 miles away. Maybe choose another date.
Ralph730 m ago

For a family of 3 a 2 day ticket only is £160.You can get with a hotel for …For a family of 3 a 2 day ticket only is £160.You can get with a hotel for about £200So yes the 2nd day is free.


No comprende...

1 day ticket costs £85.25
2 day ticket costs £159.50 averaging £79.75 per day, or £5.50 cheaper per day

average price of £70 for a hotel for one night brings the total to £229.50

A short break, 1 night and 2 days in the park, costs, cheapest £190 off peak 40 miles away.
Normal price of around £220-£240 for anything within 10 miles

So not sure how you are getting 2nd day free?
HotUKDealSeeker10th May

What is the £26 part?


Now OP has changed it to £109, what is the £109 part?
Ralph71 h, 32 m ago

According to the dlp website an annual pass is 219 euros, which is nearly …According to the dlp website an annual pass is 219 euros, which is nearly double what you're quoting.


Do your own research. Discovery pass was £109 in Pounds not euro. It went up about 2 weeks ago, but it's still very good value, and not €219 like you said, that's the higher pass, its €149(about£130 exchange rate price) but if you ask to pay in pounds it's about £120 currently.
Edited by: "jonnyh132" 15th May
Ralph71 h, 24 m ago

I just checked the local Premier Inn and it was £78 for then non flex room …I just checked the local Premier Inn and it was £78 for then non flex room in August when I would go.Really if you're going to throw around prices of things at least make sure you're up to date.


£78? I got a room for £52 Bank Holiday weekend on the Sunday at the Premier Inn.
Winterborn10th May

Genuine question, how do people and children not find those costumes …Genuine question, how do people and children not find those costumes horrifying


They do. My 3 1/2 year old daughter ran away screaming when Peppa and George came out. She sat through Jurassic Park and didn't find that scary. Go figure.
Murtin43 m ago

They do. My 3 1/2 year old daughter ran away screaming when Peppa and …They do. My 3 1/2 year old daughter ran away screaming when Peppa and George came out. She sat through Jurassic Park and didn't find that scary. Go figure.


In all fairness, I'd have probably done the same if those things were coming at me. It's the most hideous thing since Mr Blobby
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