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Merlin logo2for1 Legoland, Alton Tws etc with £3ish cerealAdults go 'free' vch on selected Kellogg's cereals and snacks

30 attractions

MSE update Tue 8 Aug: As promotional packs have been out for a while, you might have to look harder to find one. MSE Rhiannon spotted them in B&M this month, so it's worth checking there as well as at other discounters such as Home Bargains or Poundland - and search your cupboards for old boxes.

Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (norm £2ish-£4ish at most supermarkets), to get 'free' adult entry via a voucher for 30 Merlin attractions until 30 Jun 2018.

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price on-the-gate child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry, but this could actually work out better than a 2for1 ticket if you’re an adult going with a child as generally child tickets tend to be cheaper than adult ones.

The vouchers can be exchanged for entry on the day at Merlin attractions such as Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries, the Dungeons and Madame Tussauds. Some dates are excluded and these vary between attractions - see 'more info' below.

Promotional packs were readily available in stores until May 2017, but they're subject to availability and will now be harder to find. 

How much you can save

To illustrate the strength of this offer, below we compare what you’d pay for one child and one adult at Alton Towers using this deal versus two other fairly standard theme park promotions:

  • With the Kellogg’s deal, you have to buy a child ticket on the gate – which at Alton Towers is £46.80. Add £3ish for the cereal and it’s £50ish in total. But as you’ll get an adult ticket free (normally £52.80), this deal trims the cost of an adult and child ticket by about £50.
     
  • If you used a standard 2for1, where the cheapest of two tickets is free, it'd be like the Kellogg’s deal in reverse. So you'd pay £52.80 for an adult ticket and get a child ticket free. The saving would therefore be £46.80 (about £3 less than above), so the Kellogg’s offer beats it.
     
  • If you booked online five days in advance, you could get a child ticket for £27.50 and an adult ticket for £32 (£59.50 in total). So you’d save about £40 buying in advance instead of at the gate. But again, the Kellogg's offer wins as it’ll save you about £10 more.

These examples are based on visiting Alton Towers - find ticket prices for other attractions and see all our theme park deals to check which works best for you.

You can also book online

To guarantee entry and beat the queues at selected attractions, there's also an option to book your tickets online in advance using unique codes found on Kellogg’s cereal packets (though you'll still pay the on-the-gate price). Technically, these codes can be combined with the physical vouchers to obtain two free adult tickets with two full-price child tickets purchased - see 'more info' for full details.

More info

Ensure you take the voucher with you on the day. It can only be used against the gate price, not the discounted online price. The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions so make sure you check before you go. Valid for standard entry tickets only.

Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. There are also some extra excluded dates in 2017 listed below (2018 exclusion dates will be available from the end of the 2017 season):

  • 21-31 Aug at all attractions
  • 8-9 Apr, 14-17 Apr and 31 Dec at Shrek’s Adventure! London
  • 14-17 Apr and 27-29 Oct at The London Dungeon
  • 8-Oct-5 Nov at The Blackpool Tower Eye and The Blackpool Tower Circus (The Blackpool Tower Eye is open subject to weather conditions)
  • 20-31 Oct at Thorpe Park
  • 28-31 Oct at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, 27-29 Oct at The York and Edinburgh Dungeons
  • 19 Aug-3 Sep and 1-31 Dec at Legoland Windsor
  • 14 Feb, 8-9 Apr and 31 Dec at the Coca-Cola London Eye

 

Promotional vouchers don’t guarantee entry into attractions in the event of venue capacity being reached. Offer can't be used with any other offer or concession, reward or loyalty schemes.

Or book online in advance using promo codes on cereal packets

To guarantee entry in advance, you can book tickets online (excludes The Blackpool Tower Circus) at a special Merlin website ahead of your visit. To do this, you need a unique 10-digit code found on promotional packs of Kellogg’s cereal only, either underneath the carton flap or on the base of the box.

This method of redeeming the offer requires you to pay the gate price in advance and print out your tickets. At selected attractions, you can scan these tickets and walk right through the gates, enabling you to beat the queues.

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Kellogg's logo2for1 Alton Towers, Sea Life & more with £3ish cereal'Adults go free' voucher on selected Kellogg's cereals and snacks

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Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (£2ish-£3ish at most supermarkets until 30 Jun 2015), to get a "Grown-Ups Go Free" voucher for 28 UK Merlin theme parks and attractions.

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry. It's 'grrreat!' as you can get it now and go any time over the summer.

This could actually work out better than a 2for1 ticket if you’re an adult going with a child as generally, children’s tickets tend to be cheaper than adult tickets.

The vouchers can be exchanged for entry on the day at 28 Merlin attractions, such as Alton Towers, Legoland, Chessington, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries and Madame Tussauds, until 30 Jun 2016. Some dates are excluded at attractions, see 'more info' below.

Check online prices first

As this 2for1 is for on-the-gate tickets (usually up to £50 a ticket), it's always worth checking online before you use the voucher as these can be much cheaper than the gate and there are sometimes online offers.

We found at some attractions this voucher isn't worth it compared to normal online advance prices. For example, a standard adult off-peak Thorpe Park ticket is £49.99 on the gate and £24.99 in advance online – so using the voucher will cost the same as booking online for two adults. If you then factor in the price of the cereal, you're actually making a £3ish loss with the voucher.

However, there are other attractions where you can save a great deal. For example, an adult gate ticket at Alton Towers is £50.40 but £37.80 seven days in advance online normally, so the voucher saves £22.20ish factoring in the cereal cost.  

Also make sure there are no other deals on, as attractions have offers all year round. 

Important: Make sure the expiry on the voucher matches 30 Jun 2016. This deal runs annually so there is a chance you could get a cereal with a voucher from last year’s promotion. 

More info

Voucher and details are on packs available in most supermarkets till 30 Jun 2015 - subject to availability. Here's a list of Kellogg's products with the voucher. Ensure you take the voucher with you on the day. It can only be used against the gate price, not the discounted online price.

The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions so make sure you check before you go. Valid for standard entry tickets only and one voucher per person, per transaction. 

Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. 

Excludes the upcoming Shrek's Adventure attraction and any secondary attractions including the Castle Dungeon at Warwick Castle. There are also some extra excluded dates listed below:

  • 9 Oct –1 Nov 2015 at The Blackpool Tower Attractions (The Blackpool Tower Eye is subject to weather conditions)
  • 23–31 Oct 2015 at Thorpe Park
  • 1-31 Aug 2015 & 29–31 Oct 2015 at The London Dungeon
  • 30–31 Oct 2015 at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon
  • 31 Oct–1 Nov 2015 at the Edinburgh Dungeon
  • 11–31 May 2015 at Madame Tussauds London
  • 30 Oct–2 Nov 2015 at The York Dungeon
  • 25 Dec 2015 at all attractions
  • When there are special events on (e.g. Lates at The Dungeons and Legoland Windsor Christmas events), hotel events or concerts at all attractions


2016 exclusion dates will be available from the end of 2015 on the Kellogg's website. 

Offer can't be used with: 

  • Any other offer or concession
  • Reward or loyalty scheme
  • Pre-purchased/advance tickets
  • Online or call centre ticket bookings (except the London Dungeon which you can pre-book online via this Kellogg's London Dungeon link, but you must still bring your voucher with you on the day along with your pre-booked ticket)
  • Combination tickets, 2 Day Pass, Annual Pass, Q-bot, Fastrack or priority entrance, Early Ride Time, or rail inclusive tickets
  • Event or concert tickets
  • Group bookings


Children must always be accompanied by an adult, check the attraction's website for more details.

Kellogg's logo2for1 Alton Towers, Sea Life & more with £3ish cereal'Adults go free' voucher on selected Kellogg's cereals

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Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal, including Rice Krispies, Coco Pops, Corn Flakes, Frosties and Crunchy Nut (£2-£3), which include a "Grown Ups go free" voucher. It's great, as you can get it now and go any time over the summer.

These can be used at 27 Merlin attractions, such as Alton Towers, Legoland, Thorpe Park, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries and Madame Tussauds, until 30 Jun 2015. Some dates are excluded, see below.

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry. 

As this 2for1 is for on the gate tickets (usually up to £50 a ticket), it’s always worth checking online before you use the voucher as these tickets tend to be discounted. Also make sure there are no other deals on, as attractions have offers all year round.

More info

Voucher and details are on packs available in most supermarkets till 31 Jul 2014 - subject to availability. Ensure you take the voucher with you on the day. It can only be used against the on-the-day price, not the discounted online price.

The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions so make sure you check before you go. Valid for standard entry tickets only. One voucher per person, per transaction.

Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. There are some extra excluded dates listed below:

  • 25-30 Oct 2014 at The Blackpool Tower Attractions
  • 30 Oct-2 Nov 2014 at Thorpe Park
  • 30-31 Oct 2014 at all Dungeons 
  • 8-9 Nov 2014 at Alton Towers
  • 25 Dec 2014 at all attractions.
  • any special events, hotel events, concerts at all attractions.


2015 exclusion dates will be available from the end of 2014 on the Kellogg's website. 

Offer can't be used with: 

  • any other offer or concession
  • reward or loyalty scheme
  • pre-purchased/advance tickets
  • online or call centre ticket bookings
  • combination tickets, 2 Day Pass, Annual Pass, Q-bot, Fastrack, or rail inclusive tickets
  • event or concert tickets
  • group bookings


Children must always be accompanied by an adult, check the attraction's website for more details.

Kellogg's logo2for1 Alton Towers, London Eye & more with £2ish cerealFind an 'adults go free' voucher on selected Kellogg's cereals

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Find an 'adult goes free' voucher on promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal, valid at 29 Merlin attractions, incl Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Sea Life Centres & Madame Tussauds. There are 43 attractions (the others are independents) in total to choose from.

You must buy a full-price child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry. You'll find the voucher on Rice Krispies, Coco Pops, Crunchy Nut, Frosties and more on packs available in most supermarkets till Wed 31 Jul.
More info
Valid at the London Eye by 31 May 2013 and the others by 31 Jul 2014. See the voucher for date restrictions at each venue. It's not valid with any other offer or concession. One voucher per person, per transaction.
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