expired Holiday Parks Membership $35 for 2 Years (Save $15) @ BIG4

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I received this email from the Wiggles. Coupon code gives you $15 off the regular $50 price tag on Big 4 Membership. Might help someone camping this Easter.

We have something BIG to share!

Have you heard the exciting news? We’ve recently announced an exclusive partnership with BIG4 Holiday Parks!

This great collaboration will allow us to share the BIG4 experience with you. Because if you hadn’t heard, BIG4 parks are perfect for family breaks whether staying in one of their stylish cabins, enjoying a glamping experience or bringing your own caravan or tent.

And to celebrate our partnership with BIG4, they are giving you an exclusive 30% off a BIG4 membership (now only $35 for two years, normally $50), so you can enjoy your own Wiggly adventure.

A BIG4 membership gives you:
A saving of up to $50 every time you stay*
Member only Wiggles competitions
Wiggles concert presale tickets
Exclusive access to awesome holiday deals
Great in-park Perks like free go-kart hire or late checkout
Access to loads of local and national offers

Sign up for a BIG4 membership now using the promo code WIGGLES and save $15.

And head to BIG4’s dedicated Wiggles Page to learn more about what’s in store for you.

Come and join the BIG4 Wiggly Adventure.!

*Discount applies to new BIG4 members only; promotional code valid until 21 April 2019. Save 10% up to $50 on bookings made at BIG4.com.au or directly with a BIG4 park

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Comments

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    Does not apply to renewals :(

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    I got it last Friday :(

  • +1 vote

    And head to BIG4’s dedicated Wiggles Page

    That's the real bargain here…

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    Edit: Scrap that comment - I was thinking Discovery Parks. I might get this one too now.

  • +2 votes

    For those that have these, what sort of actual savings do you get per visit?

  • +2 votes

    Worth it just for Wiggles tickets presale. Dandenong general release sold out on like 4 minutes.

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    How good are these parks for kids who are aged 5-7? Have been looking at some of the parks and they look like they've got good facilities.

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    Most of the time I wanted to book Big4, I found their minimal stay requirement too long. Sometimes I ended up booking those holiday parks through portals like expedia/booking as they allowed more flexible/shorter stays.

  • +2 votes

    Also don't forget most Big4 parks charge a premium because usually they have more facilities than usual.

    For example big 4 at renmark I paid in the middle of winter to use their facilities(useless as it was cold) 90 dollars a night for 5 people.
    Another is big 4 airlee beach cost 110 dollars per night. but this park was like a resort and for those people with kids its a god send, i.e you never see your kids during the day!.. would never say ever that 110 a day was value..

    If you are grey nomads and do not splash the coin this is no value to you.

    mixo

  • +2 votes

    This deal is a real Hot Potato, Hot Potato

  • +1 vote

    There are 3 places for "sign up", really confusing. (two in text and 1 in thumbnail). and there are 3 names for the thing to sign up: holiday perks, holiday parks, loyalty-club.

    Consistency is the key to good user experience.

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    Renewed my membership. Thanx

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    Can anyone recommend between Ballerine, Queenscliff and Anglesea? Am looking for an excuse to get out of the house and would like a place with lots of things for the toddler to do (nearly 2 years old) but not bore the adults too much, and also not too noisy? TIA.