Rice Krispies/Coco Pops 6 bars £1.00 @ CO-OP - BOGOF Adult Entry to Legoland, Sealife, Alton Towers, Chessington & more

Rice Krispies/Coco Pops 6 bars £1.00 @ CO-OP - BOGOF Adult Entry to Legoland, Sealife, Alton Towers, Chessington & more

Found 22nd May 2013
I just bought a six pack of Rice Krispies Bars at the Co-op for £1 and it has a voucher for one free adult entry (with one full paying adult or child) for the following attractions:
Madame Tussauds, Legoland Windsor, Legoland Manchester, Warwick Castle, Chessington World of Adventures, the Dungeons (Edinburgh, Blackpool, York & London), Thorpe Park, London Eye (only until 31st May 2013), Alton Towers, Sealife centres & sanctuaries, Dublin Zoo, Blackpool Tower and National Aquatic Centre.


I think the offer is on other Kellogs products, but this was only £1, so probably the cheapest way of getting the voucher. Good deal if you were planning on going to one of these anyway - and six bars for £1

From the Kellogs website:
Now adults can have an amazing experience for FREE at some of the UK & Ireland’s favourite days out, including: THORPE PARK, the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Manchester, Madame Tussauds London or Blackpool, SEA LIFE centres & Sanctuaries, The Dungeons, Warwick Castle, Aqua Zone at the National Aquatic Centre Dublin, Dublin Zoo and many more.**

Simply cut out a voucher from one of our promotional packs and as long as you’re buying at least one CHILD or ADULT ticket, you can get in and enjoy all the fun for nothing. You could be saving as much as £46 with every voucher!*

Let the FREE fun begin… all you have to do is decide who to take with you.
Voucher valid until 31.05.13 at the EDF Energy London Eye and 31.07.2014 at all other participating attractions. Must be accompanied by a separate full paying child or adult.
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This has been posted a few times, as the vouchers are on lots of Kellogg's cereals, and has been on for a good few weeks. Not sure if a 'duplicate' post as such, because I can't specifically recall the cereal bar/ co-op post. I have at least a dozen vouchers now, and will give most of them away to family & friends. I get to go to Alton Towers twice a year for free with the school (a little perk for looking after 200-250 kids from 5 in the morning until just before midnight).
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