so “emergency service members & their families” does that mean i can’t take a friend(s) does it strictly have to be family?
I know under-3s are free, but normally there is still an option to get a ticket for them (at no cost), but not when going through Blue Light Card. Does anyone know if they'll be expected to have their own ticket upon arrival?
At least it shouldn’t take long for the emergency services to arrive in the event anything goes wrong on the rides. ;)
Terms and conditions Tickets will NOT be available to buy on the day. Annual passes cannot be used for this day. Park opens from 10am on Saturday 12th March 2022 / Sunday 13th March 2022. Tickets are available for Defence Discount Service and Blue Light Card members and their families. One member of each party will need to show their Blue Light Card or Service specific ID on the day. Free Car Parking Pre-booking tickets is essential in order to maintain social distancing, guests should also bring with them a valid service related ID, Blue Light Card or Defence Privilege Card to present to our admissions team on the day - we will be unable to permit you entry without a valid ticket and your ID. Merlin will carry out spot checks on proof of employment/membership with guests on arrival. If the Offer is found to have been used fraudulently, legal action will be taken against the parties involved. The Offer is not available on arrival at the Attraction. The Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, voucher or discounted entry. Tickets must be retained at all times and submitted for inspection if required by Merlin. All tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable & not for resale and will become automatically void on any transfer for value or any fraudulent activity. Tickets purchased are only valid on the date printed on the ticket unless otherwise specified. Please check the Attraction’s website for operating calendars to check opening times and dates. Merlin reserves the right to close any Attraction in part or in whole throughout the year without prior warning. All Bookings are subject to the terms and conditions of entry for the relevant Attraction, which are available from the attraction website.
I will post the terms and conditions - I’ve not booked for it before so someone else may have better advice :)
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Hi Has anyone got a link they don't want for todays ticket sale please
It's not even that. It's just a link to the Ticketmaster priority registration that lets people have early access before main sale. The pre order priority registration allowed purchase before this list registration entitles you.
The information in your title is completely wrong.
The thread title is a bit misleading. Some people might interpret the wording “Get ABBA Voyage Concert UK Priority Tickets, No Purchase Necessary” as free tickets being given away but that’s not the case at all. It’s just a chance to get on the priority booking list to buy a ticket without having to make an accompanying preorder of the upcoming album.
I live in Windsor. Legoland is on the outskirts, most of the hotels are in the town. On school days off, you’re best paying for legoland hotel as the traffic blocks all local roads from 9am to 10.30, if you don’t want to sit in it. There’s a pub and hotel called the Prince Albert that have parking and are the closest you’ll get, food it nice there too. Otherwise travelodge, they don’t have parking but use the main town car park a few shops along, last time family stayed they had a deal for their guests to park there. If they no longer have this parking is very expensive in the town. Holiday inn express has some parking and isn’t smack bang in the town but is close enough to walk in five mins. Also ten minutes from legoland (not accounting for traffic on busy days). Be careful of hotels saying they’re in Windsor when they are actually in Slough, they call themselves Windsor. Windsor postcode is SL4 so you can tell from that, unless you’re ok with Slough. If you go for one of above you can chose breakfast on site or go to town which has many food places
Premier Inn breakfast is among the cheapest you can get! From £9.50 per adult and then two kids can eat free for every adult that orders. Even if you don’t have kids, then if you have two coffees, a juice and a plate of cooked breakfast that’s pretty much the £9.50 worth. Or you can get continental only from £6.99. Yes if you don’t drink tea/coffee then it’s probably not worth it. but the best cheaper option would be McDonald’s really. I’ve been to loads of restaurants and paid £10+ just for the cooked breakfast with coffee etc on top of that. So I always think that getting the full breakfast, with drinks and free kids meals for under £10 at Premier Inn is a bargain!
We stayed at the travel lodge but ate ate at the Premier Inn. It was quiet and got a cheap family room. £25 for room. Bargain
Free parking in the premium sites is very difficult. So is free breakfast. The way I'd look at it, fill your car boot with lots of non perishable food items that can keep you going and pay for the rest. No point going all out stingy (is this term still used?) on your days out, it definitely detracts from your enjoyment. And your kids will hate you.
My brother goes every year near enough and they stay at the Travelodge at Heathrow Terminal 5. Not sure about the parking and breakfast but everytime he goes he uses the same hotel
Updated 27th AugLast updated 27th Aug by renegadegd
I've used this and the kelloggs to go to Chessington and Thorpe Park and both times no one was even on the turn styles to check I had a wrapper, you just scan your own ticket and go in. Would recommend you still find one if you can to put your mind at ease but if I was a betting man I'd say you'll probably be fine anyways. As a last resort just have a back up story ready to go about how you forgot it and hope you have a nice member of staff. I do like the thought of everyone walking around the parks with empty hand soap bottles in their pockets.
Yes they are still in many shops. It says you need to take the bottle with you not just the sticker
No code needed. Just pay half price on the Carex link and turn up on the date
Thanks for the comment much appreciated (y) that’s what we’ve got 9 carex bottles. I’ve found a link for the promo codes but don’t know if I have to enter a code as I can’t see one or am missing it somehow?
We used the Carex link on Google last week. Went to the park and they didn’t even ask for us to show the bottle as proof. Could be a one off, but I don’t think they really care
Updated 20th AugLast updated 20th Aug by millie1991
Keep an eye out on eBay for your dates as many people are selling their sun vouchers. Some have sold as low as £20 for 2 tickets.
This Alton Towers 2 for 1 offer has been on Yazoo Milk drink bottles recently and they've been on offer in most of the supermarkets also worth looking out for those. Other than that you may pick up some vouchers cheap enough on eBay
The entertainer toy shop is giving out 2 for 1 tickets with any purchase at the moment!
Hi aware of the t&c's for Seabrooks, don't suppose anyone has a 2for 1/Kellogg's code going spare? Was hoping to treat my mum for her birthday. Would be very much apreciated :)
Thank you everyone. Managed to get a free code via daysoutguide.
Correct. I suppose it's to stop the "code sharing" culture which has grown in popularity. I was going to ask on here if anyone wanted a code - then I read the blurb and noticed the dotted line on the voucher.
I think I may have a spare code cut out from a cereal box. I have sent you an IM message.
With the Seabrooks code, the terms state that you need to book in advance using the code and then cut out the ticket on the pack (with the code printed on it) and take it to the park. I'm not sure if they are requiring this but it may be a safer option to buy a Seabrooks multipack for £1
Updated 14th AugLast updated 14th Aug by Captainbeavus
Thanks all, cheers jon81uk, completely slipped my mind about student beans so all sorted now :)
Kelloggs cereal vluchers are fully booked for next week but it could have been an option https://www.merlinfun.com/ Or maybe use Carex soap https://carex.co.uk/merlin/ Or if you have Student Beans, Totum or a blue light card or many other similar employee discount schemes they might have something. But as you are now booking less than a week before the pre-booked price is £46 instead of £39. Basically you should have booked weeks ago.