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Monkey Forest logoMonkey Forest student discountDiscount for students with valid student ID

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Students can get 50p off tickets to Trentham Monkey Forest in Staffordshire with valid student ID.

Adult tickets are £8, but students can get a ticket for £7.50 with this deal. You'll need to buy your tickets at the gate as you can't get them online.

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Monkey Forest logoMonkey Forest 2for1 tickets via FacebookYou'll need Facebook to get this offer this weekend

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'Like' the Trentham Monkey Forest Facebook page and you'll get a 2for1 voucher to use on Sat 9 and Sun 10 Nov. You must buy a full-priced adult ticket (£7.50), though the free ticket can be used either for an adult or child (aged 3-14, usually £5.50).
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By 'liking' the Facebook page, you're allowing it access to your personal details. Monkey Forest is open 10am - 4pm both days, though last entry's at 3pm.
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