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Message posted by spudhead on 10/8/2014 at 6:43pm
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Warwick Castle c/o Merlin Attractions "children themed attraction". Yes three tickets please two adults and one 15yr old child.   Sorry Mr Meldrew your 15 yr old child is an adult so that's 72 please.
I asked the poor girl in the ticket booth if Merlin have a pre-prepared statement of answer for the question Mr Meldrew is about to ask.   Nope! didn't think they'd admit to something which equates to illegal profiteering.

So please will somebody please tell this Victor Meldrew why are these many huge corporate operations allowed to get away with charging adult prices for a child?


     





Message posted by ianclose on 10/8/2014 at 7:32pm
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According to their website, an "Adult" is anyone 12 and over!

That's another one off the list then.

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Message posted by RTS5 on 10/8/2014 at 8:20pm
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Glad we went before our DS was 12! It does annoy me that children are classed as adults from 12. It is as you say greedy profiteering.

Message posted by penguin73 on 10/8/2014 at 9:14pm
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we went to a campsite in cornwall last year with my kids 16 and 13....my 16yr old was charged as an adult which i was ok with BUT....they had a swimming pool that had an adult session which my 16yr could not go to as it stated you had to be over 18.....sorry but if you charge as an adult then he should of been allowed in the pool with us as an adult....cant have it both ways......we have been to this site a few times before but will not be returning....

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Message posted by spudhead on 11/8/2014 at 8:53am
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Just spotted another one.

CINEWORLD are at it, wonder how that works in conjunction with age rating's for film's?

And just to stick the boot further in to TESCO. Thanks for offering us the Cineworld 2.50 adult & child ticket vouchers that can only be exchanged for an adult ticket if your child is 15yrs old. Cineworld tell us a 15yr old is a student to complicate the equation further.
So once again Tesco pulling another fast one.


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Quote: Originally posted by spudhead on 11/8/2014
Just spotted another one.

CINEWORLD are at it, wonder how that works in conjunction with age rating's for film's?

And just to stick the boot further in to TESCO. Thanks for offering us the Cineworld 2.50 adult & child ticket vouchers that can only be exchanged for an adult ticket if your child is 15yrs old. Cineworld tell us a 15yr old is a student to complicate the equation further.
So once again Tesco pulling another fast one.





Hey every little helps!

Message posted by WOBBLE on 11/8/2014 at 8:41pm
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this is something that has annoyed me for years, it something the hard working M.P.s should sort out, its not to hard if you are still in school you are not an adult ,

Message posted by LobeyDosser on 12/8/2014 at 1:35am
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Quote: Originally posted by WOBBLE on 11/8/2014
this is something that has annoyed me for years, it something the hard working M.P.s should sort out, its not to hard if you are still in school you are not an adult ,



What about Night School.
Does that mean they are adult during the day and children at night????

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Message posted by minicamper2001 on 03/9/2014 at 5:51pm
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Big debate going on locally about school busses. Only provided up to 16 years old, but kids legally required to attend school til 18. So how are they meant to get there then?

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