A neighbour told me about the annual passes the other day, they are well worth it if you live close enough. £100 for an adult and £75 for a child. She said they go once or twice a week in the school holidays. Link https://www.longleat.co.uk/ticket/annual-pass
We've been to a few over the last 6 or so years. They are superb.
Went last year and this is fantastic. I used clubcard vouchers which I assume is still better value?
Posted 3rd Jul 2019Posted 3rd Jul 2019
Disney World 14 Day Ultimate Ticket - £375 Adults, £360 Child @ Picniq Tickets£375
Cheapest currently available 14 Day Ultimate ticket for 2019 I believe. Details from the website: Your ticket includes: Your 7, 14 or 21 day ultimate ticket is valid for entry t… Read more
Tickets now £393 at orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk with the code as £399 is their standard price. Which I think makes the cheapest Disney themselves at £385, if you don’t want to go to will call? Edit: bought my tickets directly from Disney on the basis of the above comment, these are actually listed as will call e-tickets as well, but can be linked to Magicbands - as presumably can any ticket in that case. Could have saved £20! Also so everyone understands: OP is a better deal if you have Magicbands and are willing to pay up front - you should not have to print anything if associated via the MDE app. The above comment only seems to have relevance if you don’t have Magicbands or don’t wish to do this - I found it a bit misleading. Although I also don’t get why Disney make it hard and require you manually to link tickets and room reservations bought while logged into the site to your profile on the same site...
Very good price, but just so everyone understands, these are e-tickets which you have to print, not Gate ready tickets that are delivered to you and can be used straight away. Also you have to pay all upfront whereas some ticket sellers let you pay a deposit with the balance later, which may be helpful to a lot of people. If you require a deposit option and gate ready tickets, orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk are the cheapest. If you use the code deewol6, adults are £378 and children £359, the tickets also come with a host of freebies.
Remember to link your tickets to a Disney account to activate Memory Maker and Fastpass will in advance. Memory Maker gives you free ride photos (you tap your ticket or magic band against a glowing orb outside the ride and it sends the photo to your account where it's downloadable for a couple of months). Fastpass for rides opens 30days in advance and fills up very fast for the big rides.
I've never had a problem with them. Had a couple of cashbacks not track, put in a claim and they got sorted out no bother. In fact the Disney world ticket cashback should have been about £44, as it was 2% for tickets, but I got the 3% which was listed for hotel bookings.
TCB getting as reliable as Quidco these days with purchases worth anything (mad)
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20% Off Longleat Safari Parks All In One Day Tickets - Adults £27.96 / Child £20.95 / Under 3's Free + £5 off next purchase @ Picniq£27.96£34.9520% off
Longleat Safari Park opens this Saturday 16th February, and you can get 20% off tickets at Picniq. You'll also get a £5 voucher to use on your next booking at Picniq. -20% o… Read more
30% off if you have an emergency services Blue Light Card.
Sorry but that's just a rip off. I've never been but taking a whole family would cost a fortune. Rip off Britain at its finest.
Went a couple of years ago during the 'Dad's go free' Father's day weekend. Really enjoyed it. Lots to see and do. The cafes and shops are overpriced as usual but no different to most places like this. We especially enjoyed feeding the deer by hand. Would like to return on a Festival of Light date next time (probably using Tesco clubcard vouchers as they save you 66% off the standard price). We also decided to bypass the monkey run last time as our car was only a few months old then but would probably risk it next time. It was also sad to hear the news that Nico, the park's famous old gorilla, died last month and that just a couple of days ago, an Amur tigress was killed after a keeper inadvertently left a gate open to another tiger enclosure .
Considering you get 15% off for booking online direct anyway it’s not a huge saving but ever little helps I guess.
Posted 12th Feb 2019Posted 12th Feb 2019
Tickets to Kew Gardens inc February half term for £17 for 1 adult & 2 children instead of £25.50 @ Picniq Tickets£17£25.5033% off
If you are in and around London for half term you can get a ticket for Kew Gardens for an adult and 2 children for £17 instead of £25.50 (Booking in advance on Kew Gardens website)… Read more
Nothing is within 10 minutes of stepping off the plane. By this logic the baggage reclaim is not easily accessible either.
Nope. They're still too cheap. It's a relativity thing. The only comparable level of attraction is another Disney Park, all of which are far more expensive. £100 for 280 days was ridiculous and it's little surprise they made no money. Most people that had the old top tier pass didn't need it, in that they didn't visit in the days that are now blocked out, so their comparable pass would be the Magic Plus, which saw a much smaller increase.
What price would tickets be on 21 october as seems ots not covered, not been before so not familiar with the prices.
reviews on this place are absolutely shocking :(
Posted 11th May 2018Posted 11th May 2018
Various discounted tickets suits different needs - Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Tickets - Family (2+3) £59.50 at picniq£59.50£8530% off
Looking for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard family tickets, it appears child under 5 free. The tickets included various attractions and the latest date to start your one year ticket i… Read more