All Castle Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Just about to book a £69 day and £79 day, which comes out to £109 for both nights rather than £99. Still a good deal. I'm about to book but it's adding another £5 as an admin fee and I can't work out what the charge is for. There's no explanation of it and I can't find anything about it on the website.
See you there hotmilks XD
Have you booked the room yet (y) ;) I can't wait to have a nice break away :)
Hello, may I kindly enquire if you have any trips to Inverkeithing?
Friends just went there, they loved it.
Been this for a while here and at Asda.
Been this price for a while, so hoping it'll drop a bit further. Still a good price though (y)
no ive finished now
On a right Amazon hunt today?
Saw it the otherday, left it cos i own it, whoops its the dvd not bluray i own, oh well cant see it still being there when i go back, but i have the dvd and its on netflix too love these films, glad it’s introducing the classic monsters to a young audience, roll on the 3rd film
I paid £1 at music magpie
Also in Manchester!
Fantastic film :)
went to tooting, nothing there but they said they get some copies every week. I seen the DVD in stock
I'm thinking of getting an exorcism done! Lol (excited) Shes started stretching her ears with those stupid spike earings! Stupid stupid stupid. I'm just a little miffed (mad)
Haha - aren’t all kids, cheeky devils 8)
Do you know do they do a game called My Big Devil? That would be more appropriate for my daughter :p
Heat op (highfive) good find
thanks, this will come in handy, can not beat free, still £2.99 ios else i would of got for the ipad as well.
Lincoln has just built a brand new 6 story car park where the old bus station use to be Lincoln Central Car Park. Recommended.
When I went to Lincoln last year (poppies) that was the big issue - where to park! Small but full car parks down narrow roads - lucky to find someone just leaving after several futile efforts.
Anyine knows good parking spots to do this Lincoln tour?
I bought this for my children. I assembled it and came back home and my wife had repacked it. Never used it again. It is not stable. You don't fix it and stays like that.
Chad Valley = cheap garbage... My son got a grey castle with horses etc, looks very similar to this, was bought as an xmas present, he used it for one day then it went in the bin. Cheap tat made to look impressive
I had fond memories of Warwick castle from visiting as a kid but we were massively disappointed when we visited, mainly because of the extra cash they try to rinse you for on top of the ticket price (£6 for the carpark, £9 each for the Dungeons, which admittedly was the best part of the visit but that's a fair whack on top of the admission for a family, plus £5 for the archery and £5 for the knight school). When we were there a couple of weeks ago they were overcharging people for drinks and blaming the tills, and even when we pointed it out they carried on doing the same to the people next in the queue! Plus despite all the advertising materials featuring knights jousting that's actually only on a few days a year. The birds of prey show was just about adequate I guess but massively crowded when we were there. God know how you'd stretch it to a 2 day visit - maybe deliberately leave lots of stuff you need in the car so you have to walk there and back a few times at a 30 minute round trip? Incidentally if you want to see a truly amazing and spectacular birds of prey show (one with the sky filled with hundreds of incredible birds, including some diving from a hot air balloon way above you) or a knight/jousting extravaganza that will take your breath away then have a look at Puy Du Fou in France, I really can't recommend that place enough, all the shows will leave you stunned. Obliviously I don't expect Warwick Castle to be competing as they are completely different things, but if you want to see just how good a knight based spectacle can be (or want to visit a Roman Amphitheatre for a chariot race and gladiatorial combat or see viking longboats loot and burn a village etc) then check it out - I wish we had something with that scope and scale the UK.
If you book 5 days in advance is £18 for one day or £19 for 2 days.Hope you have a great time there. https://www.warwick-castle.com/booking/day-tickets-b.aspx?utm_expid=146931086-22.zfjrJ9a1Q4200ydajur7Xw.1&agent=WAA01&awc=6910_1521216457_c34b3c370150ee9a561286c9635adfee&utm_campaign=Warwick+Castle+Breaks&utm_source=HotUKDeals_47868&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_referrer=https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/warwick-castle-is-celebrating-its-950th-anniversary-with-tickets-from-just-950-2909580?page=1
Term time only is a bit limiting :(
Our family really enjoyed it, castle is great, but just avoid Days Inn hotel (Warwickshire North) awful hotel!
Not worth £29 for a night away in a hotel pp and tickets to a very decent uk attraction... but its worth it at £22...???? I wonder where the line is on that one.
Thanks For posting, I picked this up yesterday on the way home from work. For my little lad to enjoy today while we wait on the snow to melt. It’s huge and we spent a great few hours of dad and son time defending the castle against joker and his villain friends. Best £14 quid I’ve spent in a while (highfive)
Great, thanks for sharing
Thanks @wiggywig I do like wodden toys
Let's hope lots of them can find it in the shops! :-)
Sorry I didn't see that, plenty in store at Westway Cross Retail Park.
OOS on their website.... :(
Nice bargain, thanks for posting @tjack01
Was going to get the missus flowers for our anniversary but this will make a change. Booked, thanks.
Just to mention, if you don't have a car, it's a 5 minute walk up a hill to the castle from the bus stop.
Or get the bus from right outside to Sunderland!
Does Joanna live there?
looks great for the price
That's a fab price for a wooden toy. Thanks @Mysticaltopaz24
thanks ordered,paid less than 35 for this and the bath form with the 10%off x
How did you get it to £30?
Yep, it's 35£. Sorry
I'm only seeing £35?
Thanks @martitka_k that looks really good for anyone with babies / toddlers
6 left on shelf when I was in Asda Blyth yesterday. Possibly more in stock. Didn’t ask. Looks ok though & decent price.
Looks very good to me; I love wooden toys. Thanks for posting @Mysticaltopaz24 . They also have a pink Fairy Castle Playset to for £1 more http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6873073
You can apply via email :) If this helps anyone else possibly feeling slightly hesitant due to the problems mentioned above.
Use option 5 when calling the above number. They may ask you for your membership number. I had difficulty in insisting I didn't have to be a member to apply for this card.
Carers Allowance effectively works out to a couple of pounds an hour, yet some people here seem to want the carer to pay full whack for accompanying their ward to NT properties. Worse still, many carers get paid zilch. My oh my.
what a insensitive crass comment, trot off to twitter, theres plenty of like minded trolls on there
Whilst carers have had free access when accompanying a disabled person for some time and in most venues, the point of this post is that the disabled person can apply for a card to make access to National Trust properties more straightforward. It would be great is there was an official card available for all venues rather than having to take personal paperwork around to prove legitimacy.