Agreed. Did it about 5 years ago and definitely nowhere near worth the money. £20 would be fair.
You get free entry into Eden, just unclip when the time is right (y)
Did this last year, tbh I don't think I would recommend it. If you're in the area, or gone Eden Project, then maybe consider it, there are other activities there as well. But this was pretty tame.
Came to Eden Project later on during the day in 2019 so went for this instead - kind of fun actually. Certainly inspired me to allocate more time and explore the Eden itself. Purchased tickets using Red Letter Days in 2020 and just plain unlucky to receive no refund/ no communication.. Had a few things booked with them pre covid and didn't have any issues until now.
I see the Dragons Den blokes Paphitis and Jones offloaded Red Letter Days a few years ago.
Your Three Course Meal and a Cocktail for Two at Cabana is £39 https://www.redletterdays.co.uk/experience/ref/rld10787680/three-course-meal-and-a-cocktail-for-two-at-cabana Buyagift is doing it for £29: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ps10-off-three-course-meal-and-a-cocktail-for-two-at-cabana-now-ps29-3736171 Red Letter Days Price Match Promise We all love value for money and there's nothing worse than finding something you bought cheaper elsewhere, so: WE PROMISE within 14 days of purchasing from Red Letter Days, if you see exactly the same gift experience (run by the same supplier) cheaper with another online gift experience retailer, WE WILL REFUND 150% OF THE DIFFERENCE!* Does that mean you would offer the Cabana experience for £24 when people e-mail email@example.com with details? Thanks in advance.
Now that's a phrase I didn't imagine reading today (y)
Apparently you can see an amazing view from the top of the Shard. When did they move it, then?
Cold from me
thanks for the research. Might look into the pod scenario. traveling abroad is off the cards atm
Not sure if it's any help but when I was thinking of a London trip to propose I found out you can have your own pod on the London Eye. About £200ish. I didn't want to do it in front of others (I knew she's say yes though). I took her to Venice in the end.
Agreed, been on various 'driving experiences' with all sorts of supercars, out of each one just came out disappointed because they dont let you have fun in them. Although it's worth trying at least if its a first time. Go karting on the other hand is brilliant fun, much better.
The same gift experience is £15 today, if you go to Buy a Gift and enter XMAS10 https://www.buyagift.co.uk/driving-experiences/ariel-atom-driving-blast-for-one-with-high-speed-passenger-ride-br-10274699.aspx
The blast will be too short to enjoy it, buy a couple as you will at least get some more track time.
I've been on one of these before thinking I'll hammer it round. No chance. The co driver doesn't know/care whether you have any experience of fast cars/tracks. They basically tell you to put in 5th gear and drive, no need to change gear the car has 300bhp. Worth a go for £20 but the passenger ride will be better than the actual drive.
A 3 mile lap as a driver followed by "a high-speed passenger ride". Even if you only went round at 60mph, it would be a 3 minute drive.
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I'm not sure this should be promoted when the company recently put one part of its business into administration. This is effectively no different to a gift voucher, I'm not sure where you would stand on getting your money back (it might be easy but equally may not be)
And how long will Richmond be open for...hmmmm?
Does this class as a sufficient meal?
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Fast and Furious Toyota Supra Junior Driving Experience for One (Ages 10-17) £14.63 with E Voucher, £16.62 Delivery Paper @ Redletterdays£14.63£4970% off Free P&P Free
Loads of hidden costs. £25 insurance. £20 for your recorded lap. If you refuse the insurance they will ask your for a deposit of a few grand which will be frozen in your bank account until several days after the event. It's an absolute disgrace. The cars are often dirty, banged up, old, the tracks are often dire, covered in potholes, should have been resurfaced decades ago. They place hundreds of cones arbitrarily all over the track, they cram as many cars as is physically possible at one time on to the track. I bought one for my brother his last birthday. £20 initial cost quickly turned into over £60 when I tried to book it. They ask you arrive an hour early, then you end up standing around for at least three hours outside waiting for your turn. My brother drove a lambo, but ended up being stuck behind a pensioner in a classic car doing 40mph. He never got to take the lambo over 50. These companies are dishonest, money grabbing scumbags. Spend double and go to a real track day. These bait and switch deals should be legally penalised.
So, you can pay a £25 collision damage waiver. I doubt these cars don't have dual controls so if there is a collision it'll be the co-driver and not the child to blame. What if there is a collision and the child chose agains't being ripped o....taking the waiver? Who pays? How much? So, £19 deal. £25 waiver, £20 weekend upgrade and you're in £64 for a few quick laps basically steering while the co-driver breaks and accelerates. Voted hot, hot hot.
My 14 year old drives very well and cant wait for her licence to get me off the road!! Wouldnt waste my time on this though as 3 miles will be over so fast. Rather have full 30 mins lessons at least that seems real (Young Driver) Asking extra £25 for insurance is a bit of a scam when their approved driver next to you with dual controls.