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Merlin Premium Annual Pass (New Monthly Subscription offer) - £178.87 for 12 months
Found 28 m agoFound 28 m ago
This is a new offer that Merlin are doing for their Standard and Premium annual passes, if you go down the monthly route you're going to pay £11.99 a month (minimum term of 12 mont… Read more

Merlin Annual Pass, now from £8.99 a month (+ £29.99 initial payment). Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, London Eye, LEGOLAND and more!
Found 4 h, 14 m agoFound 4 h, 14 m ago
Brilliant price if you want to sign up per month. Easy access to a world of adventures!
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Nice to be able to spread the cost


In previous years the sale starts on the 1st January, but they announce the date and prices just after Christmas.


It's now only 12 months instead of 15 and it doesn't give the monthly price for the family card. Anyone know when the sale usually starts?


Think I’ll wait until the ‘sale’ as I am sure they were cheaper then with that.


Exactly, how awesome (highfive)

Pass That Allows Families with a Disabled Child Entry to Big Name Attractions @ Merlin's Magic Wand
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
The Charity makes FUN accessible to children with three Magic Spells: "Magical Days Out" providing tickets and funding travel grants to families to enjoy their day at a Merlin Ente… Read more



I applied in September it was not straight forward. They was so fussy saying oh we need more proof,despite my child being autistic and having a eating disorder, I didn’t bother.


Good luck!!


Hopefully doing it next year


I got 4 Legoland Florida tickets.

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Sensa GiuliAero Carbon Road Bike - 2018 - £1399 @ Merlin Cycles
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Great deal! Sensa GiuliAero Carbon Road Bike - Special Offer The latest aero bike development from Sensa sees the original Giulia G2 road bike evolving into the new wind-ch… Read more
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I've never had an issue with press fit bb, on any of the road or mountain bikes I've had. The trek I use for winter has around 7k on the original bb and still runs smooth, and I ride in all weathers, I guess I've been lucky.


Not if you have to do it twice a year. Also note creaks aren't always curable by reassembly and replacement. It's a very impractical standard. Personally I can live with on my dry weather Sunday best road bike. But all my other bikes have threaded bbs.


Swapping out bb86 doesn't look too bad if you've got the correct tools.


Because press fit doesn't work like that. You "pop" the entire bottom bracket out and then have to clean the shell and put a new bottom bracket in.


Yeaaaah. Finally some proper deals. Proper eye candy 🤤

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2x Michelin Wild Race'r Folding MTB Tyre - 29" x 2.25 tubeless ready mtb tyres @ merlin cycles £21.98 delivered
Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
£10.99 each but free postage on £20 spend hence posting togeather otherwise add £2.99 postage Probably more of a summer tyre, but did ok in the woods the other night and roll as q… Read more
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I got some tomahawk 3c dd TR 27.5 x 2.3 on chain reaction the other day £7.99 but looked to be a miss price so I didn’t post on here


Just what I was looking for. Had a puncture on my ebike yesterday and hope these tubeless are somehow better made and puncture resistant. Cheers OP.


Yes - these will offer less rolling resistance than knobbly tyres on tarmac so will make for a smoother, easier ride.


Nothing for 27.5 😥


I've got a charge 29er with fairly chunky nobbly tyres. I pretty much ride on tarmac to work. Are these worth getting for an easier ride?

Merlin Annual Passes - 15 month passes from just £109 per person - Offer ends 3rd Dec 2018
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
SALE NOW ON! Buy your NEW Merlin Annual Pass NOW and enjoy an incredible extra 3 months for FREE. Your pass to 32 of the UK’s top attractions from JUST £109pp, giving you 15 months… Read more

There are certain exclusions for the Standard Merlin Annual Pass: No entrance into Alton Towers Resort, Chessington World of Adventures Resort, LEGOLAND Resort, THORPE PARK Resort and Warwick Castle on any Friday, Saturday or Sunday in August and 1st & 2nd September.No entrance into any of Merlin’s Central London attractions during the month of August: The London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, DreamWorks Tours Shrek’s Adventure! London, Madame Tussauds London, and The Coca-Cola London Eye.No entry for Standard Merlin Annual Passholders into Madame Tussauds (London), the Coca-Cola London Eye, SEA LIFE London, Shrekʼs Adventure! and the London Dungeon on bank holidays in England.No entry for Standard Merlin Annual Passholders into the Coca-Cola London Eye on 14th February each year.No entry for Standard Merlin Annual Passholders into the London Dungeon for up to three days in October of each year which, for 2018, are 26th to 28th October 2018 (inclusive).Secondary attractions at Warwick Castle including, but not limited to, the Castle Dungeon will be subject to additional charges. Secondary attractions/events at THORPE PARK Resort Theme Park including, but not limited to, Fright Nights, Summer Nights and Ministry of Sound.Parking is not included for Standard Passholders at any attraction.


Looks like collection is only available if renewing existing passes. When purchasing new passes, you only get the option for 'FREE UK Delivery' meaning they are activated from the date of purchase! (annoyed)


That's my thinking also


At a guess, dont think you would get turned away, if all booked slots are taken up, they'll most likely ask you to queue up and wait, or may inform you to pay pre-book on another day.


It would be nice to know if people that's had them in the past have been turned away much with not pre booking? I was looking forward to getting this but I'm not prepared to be ripped off with a load of pre booking costs.

Giro Foray Road Bike Helmet £32.50  Merlin Cycles
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Giro Foray helmet -2018 version. 2017 version is £48 on chain reaction. Rated 9/10 on cycling weekly. Also Giro MIPs Cinder Helmet half price £67.50. https://www.merlincycles.c… Read more

I ordered a Giro MIPs Cinder helmet and the helmet above.., can’t wait to try them-particularly the MIPs helmet.


I have this helmet and I'd recommend it. I would spend the extra for the MIPS version which you can get for £45 on Wiggle


Good deal - I have two of these in other colours. Very comfortable helmet if you have a fat head like me. Only minor downside is the straps are a bit weird and don't sit flat against your face - but you get used to it.


Thanks op, ordered myself one after my last one cracked!


Great deal thanks, ordered for me and my wife

Castelli gabba 3 ss jersey anthracite s-2xl down to £69.95 @ merlin cycles
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Castelli Gabba 3 Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey The original Castelli Gabba was quickly recognised by cycling professionals and amateurs alike as a revolutionary approach to wet weath… Read more
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Best approach with this is a short sleeve gabba and arm warmers. British weather is at best changeable, so building up layers is by far the best approach imo.


I have a long sleeved Gabba 2 and a Perfetto (not the light which is thinner Windstopper and only on the front). I feel the cold at 57kg and wouldn't buy a short sleeved Gabba. I realise that some people are better insulated than I am.


Actually, all colours are invisible at night. You need reflectives....not bright colours. Most roadies will be on back lanes using a bright rear light or in groups, where bright colours wont really help increase your visibility. I try to wear hi viz when commuting, but in the country while group riding, black black black. Also, hi viz is everywhere now. Pink is probably the best colour as yellow and ornage is everywhere.


Large and xlarge already sold out


You haven't made the assumption that everyone who buys these is a roadie have you? Some may call that idiotic. Dark colours win when mud is involved.

Shimano M424 mtb cleat spd pedal only £20.99 @ merlin cycles
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
3% @ topcashback and £2.50 bonusSunday 21st October only Amazing low priced SPD pedal for all round use including tough Freeride and off-road use. Lightweight and supportive pe… Read more
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Being honest, if you're in this market, I'd probably plonk for the M505s above for less money. Reasons: 1. You can't really ride caged SPDs with normal shoes - the pedals have to protrude because the cleats are recessed on the shoe, so they're very uncomfortable indeed to ride for any distance. If you want this option, look for double-sided pedals (A530 are nice) 2. Once clipped in, the plastic cage gives no support to the shoe, so might as well not be there 3. Clipping in rapidly becomes second nature - you should be able to stomp straight in without a second thought, so having the plastic to aim for doesn't really add anything 4. If you're riding in rutted terrain, those big pedals become a real nuisance. If you want a bigger target to aim for, look at the M530s which have a slightly bigger metal cage (but still smaller than these), otherwise stick with the M505s. Regarding legality for road use, virtually no serious road or mountain bike rider will have reflectors on their pedals as none of the clipless pedals support it. It's an outdated rule that has no basis in reality.


I have got these click'r ones but I don't think i would want to do too much gravel/mountain biking on them. They only have one spring on them as opposed to two on a normal clipless pedal so they don't hold you in as tight. I have unclipped a few times accidently with them. They are an amazing commuter pedal though which is what I use them for. Effortless to get in and out of and like others have said a nice platform for if you don't get clipped in straight away when getting off the lights.


Yeah it’s a silly old rule that one, my boots have reflective trim on the heal cup and bikes and clothing are made to be seen these days


Those ones are actually road legal, unlike almost every bike I've ever owned.


Had these on my MTB- I liked the versatility of being able to use them with either ordinary shoes or SPD shoes. Problem is, the plastic cage snapped (I think I bashed a rock or something) - I replaced it, and the new one snapped off again pretty quickly. Might be better looking for similar pedals with a metal cage if your style of riding requires something more durable.

Giro Switchblade MIPS MTB Helmet – 2018 @ Merlin Cycles - £125.99
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Fully certified downhill helmet with detachable chin guard for mountain bike DH/Enduro. Far more protection than the Bell Super 3R. A pretty niche product with an unusual half lid … Read more
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Mental price.


Amazing price for this. Shame the most popular size is oos. I probably would have gone for this if I didn't already have a bell super. A fair bit bulkier than bell. Probably too much for trial/enduro.


Good price but only small or large available - medium out of stock in both colours. May be worth pointing out that it shows as £139.99 with 10% automatically applied at checkout (no codes required).

Castelli Volo Cycling Bib Shorts from Merlin Cycles £49.50
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Get a pair of Castelli bib shorts for £.49.50 All sizes currently available for Castelli Volo Cycling Bibshorts - SS18
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i dont think i'd have fit a castelli small at 10 years old (lol)


Winded what the pad is like.


beware - these are mega tight! I am normal an L and found XXL tight. Went for gore ones instead, L was tight and XL fits spot on. Feel better quality infact.


Think of the children!


5% cashback from TCB btw

Ridley Tempo 43% off (Large only) £418.99 @ Merlin cycles
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Alloy frame and carbon fork with Shimano Tiagra groupset. Nice build at a good discount if you are looking for a hybrid bike and large frame is your size. £399 + £19.99 shipping
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Shame it doesnt have disk brakes.


Thanks, added the 'bike' tag.


Good deal but don't like it when they show an image that is a different spec to the description. Image has triple chainset but text claims double. Which is right? Also this offer is difficult to find as you have not enabled 'bike's in the groups.

Blackpool Merlin Attractions Pass BIG TICKET!! £23
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
10 day pass to all Merlin Attractions in Blackpool Blackpool Eye Blackpool Tower Circus Blackpool Tower Dungeons Blackpool Tower Ballroom Madame Tussauds Sealife Centre Jungle Jim… Read more

This deal should be removed if its expired


As this expired plz




Gutted I missed this


Missed it Grr!

NOW LIVE | £20 Thorpe Park Annual Pass @ Eagle Radio
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
NOW LIVE | £20 Thorpe Park Annual Pass @ Eagle Radio
Live @ 10AM 31/08/2018 Friday Once purchased you will be emailed a code within 48 hours, code can be redeemed on <strong>this page</strong> HALF … Read more

I've got a spare code - happy to sell for the price I paid (£25) Has to be redeemed by 30th Sep and then will get you a full year's annual pass. DM me if interested.


says sold out. how often does this deal come up??


You can get a further £5 off by typing “SUMMER1” in the promo box. I just paid £20 for mine :)))


sold out :(


Mine started when I collected them on my first visit which was 3 weeks after I purchased them. And they are valid for a year and a week same as a merlin pass.

£25 Thorpe Park Annual Pass @ Planet Radio
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
The voucher code will be emailed to you after payment Voucher must be redeemed online by 30th September 2018 to activate annual pass. TERMS AFTER PURCHASE, PLEASE BOOK ONLIN… Read more

Just a reminder that the Planet Radio passes must be redeemed by this weekend. Can anyone who has already redeemed online and collected in person a little later.... Does your pass expiry run for 1 year plus 1 week from the date of Collection In Person, or just 1 year?


I've got a spare code - happy to sell for the price I paid (£25) Has to be redeemed by 30th Sep and then will get you a full year's annual pass. DM me if interested.


I was there too have to say average queue time was 65mins plus!! And fast track looked just as bad. Also don't forget the queue time of 2 hours to get out the car park at the end of the day absolute joke!! Considering they charge £10 for parking!


Hence one not so happy daughter and one very happy son.


Been today.... was ok... average queue time of 75 mins for the best rides... not much for those between 1.2 and 1.4.. either really childish rides or none at all....

Thorpe Park £25 Annual Pass Direct Link
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Hey Guys, I was sent this link from Thorpe Park after a recent visit. Click on the direct link (It does take around 5-10 seconds to load the cart so please be patient) and enter t… Read more

Or buy it at any of the ticket vendors, turnstiles and machines. It's £10 if you get to the gate and haven't got a ticket and need to buy one from the attendant standing next to the gate.


If you book online


Shame i missed out but a great find ! Thanks anyway


Its £7 parking when we got there i just been twice.


Thought it was £7? Extortionate either way

Little Bird offering five London attractions for £40 for kids (aged 4-15) and £55 per Adult
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Experience some of London’s best attractions for less! Visit SHREK’S Adventure!, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, SEA LIFE London Aquarium and The Coca Cola London Eye … Read more
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National Rail 2-4-1 allows half price entry to individual attractions with a train ticket provided you pre-register on the NR241 website. Some of these attractions are on NR241 (eg. London dungeon and London eye), so if you only want to see a couple of them then NR241 will be better value - check Though, this offer probably works out cheaper if you want to see all five. You can’t use this offer at the same time as NR241 to get a further discount.


Now!? Huff!


Can anyone advise if these tickets can also be used in conjunction with National Rail 2-4-1 scheme?

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