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Asda Fun Packed Summer: Spend £50 in store or £100 online to earn a £10 credit to claim one free entry
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Asda Fun Packed Summer Free entry to over 1000 attractions across the UK Spend £50 in store or £100 online to earn a £10 credit to claim one free entry. UK, 18+ only. *Claim maxim… Read more
QuincieHardy20

Thank you for highlighting ableism. I am disabled also (autistic), and I find that so many people are still so ignorant to ‘non visible’ disabilities. Hopefully with time, things will improve.

rooney10

So , you are saying the dictionary's definition is wrong , hmmm. I quoted the dictionary's definition as you challenged my own interpretation of the meaning of Ableist , which I believe is in line with the definition given by the dictionary. To be honest and I don't mean to sound rude but you have bored me to submission on this now , I am far from ignorant on this topic and see no need to continue this any further so if you don't mind we are probably best to just leave it there I think. Enjoy the rest of your evening (popcorn) (y)

Beki100588

Actually you know what, I do apologise. I went and thought about it. You're right. I did accuse you of discrimination. Because that's what it is. You assumed someone who is disabled would be less likely to have a day out. That assumption is what I was saying was ableist. So yes you did discriminate with that comment. It was probably unintentional. As I mentioned in the comment you chose to ignore, its something I myself have been guilty of in the past. There are many more examples in this Link, I was trying to use it as a teaching moment but you feel you're being attacked. Choosing to feign ignorance or ignoring what I - a disabled person - am trying to explain is just that. Ignorance.

Beki100588

Well done on reading the first thing Google throws out. Try this Link maybe? It mentions stereotyped thinking, which is exactly what I was referring to.

rooney10

Ableism is discrimination in favour of non-disabled people , I know exactly what it means ;) . I am sorry I didn't read past the bit when you denied accusing me of discrimination, thought it'd be pretty pointless after reading that (confused)

Visit to Kew Gardens and Palace for Two £26 or Family with 2 kids for £38 (using code) @ buyagift
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Posted 23rd JulPosted 23rd Jul
We have seen this offer earlier for the 2 tickets.This time it is for family as well including 2 kids for £38 when you use the code SCHOOLSOUT Sadly the code will expire at midni… Read more
olbasoil

The train ticket is not part of the 2for1 offer, but you need to show that you have arrived by train (by showing ticket), The shortest journey (from Richmond) would qualify.

KanwalNayab

How i book for 2 adult and 2 kids??

Splashmo

They do indeed. Went last month for nowt.

brettburnell

Glad I checked ticket prices on Kew website looks like blue light card holders go free

anouj

What’s the cheapest rail ticket that’s included in that offer does anyone know

Updated - £32 with code Family Day Return to Isle of Wight by Hovercraft @ Hover Travel
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Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
Updated to include 20% discount code HTGURU20 bringing the cost down to £32. Thanks @millypede for finding this Perfect day trip idea for the school holidays and the good weat… Read more
Peteh13

Thanks - just booked for a couple of weeks time! Summer holiday fun :-)

A10510m

I found a new code - HTIOW20 I have just used it for 20% off

arjan1675

Code invalid now

muon

Is there much to do on the other side within walking distance?

watchcam

I thought they closed down the hovercraft service. Maybe I am thinking of France.

Family Days Out Choice Voucher (2 Adults + 2 Children) - 200+ experiences/393 locations in UK £19 with code @ BuyAGift
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Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Family Days Out Choice Voucher is back again at £19 with code SUMMERSAVING What's included? A fun-filled day out for two adults and two children Over 200 experiences to choo… Read more
sdzak

Not anymore its 29 now

Lewp

Whilst your recommendation does stand, you've looked at the wrong pricing as the voucher entitles you to the premium mountainbikes for adults, ie. £26 for two adults and two children's bikes, down to £19.

williamsofsoton

I checked prices for bike hire Bournemouth. Own website £22. This website £29 down to £19 so I recommend you check the actual web prices to make sure there's a decent saving, or any saving at all!

adil171

Yeh maybe in Home Alone (lol)

Davidvia0

Can you use that just for 2 adults? :p It's not required to bring kids with you?

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PGL Family Adventure Holiday in Devon 7 Nights - 2 Adults 2 Child All Meals & Activities included £1976 with code @ PGL
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Barton Hall Devon - PGL Family Adventure Holiday 7 nights 2 adults 2 children Was £2476 Now £1975 saving £500 with code PGLINSTA What's included Full broad accommodation Break… Read more
Meg4929

Fair enough 👌

Jonathan_Hayman

Please read the post properly as it included premier Inns full English breakfast or similar and a 2 course evening meal and alcoholic beverage for adults. So the £149 per day to be precise (lol) is just spending money on entertainment/ activities or ice creams on one of many amazing beaches in Devon..... Obviously loads of other places are available as the UK has some amazing beaches.

Meg4929

So £150 p/day for activities, 3 x meals p/day for four people and and parking etc? Still think the OP has the much better deal.

Meg4929

I understand what you're saying but you're not taking into account accommodation and not having to travel a long way every day to take part in the activities, plus all food. I don't think this is a bad deal to be honest

myusernamehasgone234

That's good to know there's still hope of a holiday for those like me who have left it to the last minute to get something booked (embarrassed)

LEGOLAND Resort Hotel family break £339 for two adults and two children @ Travelzoo UK
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Family breaks to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, including an overnight stay at the "incredible" (The Daily Telegraph) LEGOLAND Resort Hotel and entry to the theme park, are now up t… Read more
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spinach_pie

Formal complaint about theme park queue times? They have always been huge. I don't know what you were expecting mate (lol)

FartyPants

To add to my comment above. The result of my formal complaint was I was offered a revisit for £10... Did I take it? Hell no. Why would a pay even one pence to just non stop queue all day. Utter waste of my life. This place is a true joke.

zibby9

My friend went 2 weeks ago, waiting que is minimum 40 min to 1 attraction, not worth penny

FartyPants

Don't bother. We did something similar last year. Over 400 quid for a two day pass with overnight hotel. It was jammed packed in there and we only managed to go on 3 rides all day plus a travel car up a hill. Total shambles. It was so rubbish we didn't even bother going back for the second day. If you like queues, you'll love it. For anyone else save your cash and spend it elsewhere. I'd never return and could not recommend this to anyone. I put in a formal complaint it was that bad.