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To pretend they're all 14

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pouffepants Mon 27-May-13 08:48:06

We're going to the banger racing today. It's been advertised on the radio.
The pricing says £12 adults, £6 students and concessions, free under 10s.

So I've told ds he can invite some friends, and said it's £6 for them (I can't afford to treat them all). So I will have dd2 aged 6 - free, dd1 aged 11 - £6 and then 4 15 and 16 year olds, which I thought would be £6 each.

But I've now gone on the website to find opening time, and it says 10-14s £6, and students £6 with student id. Of course all the boys are still at school, but don't have student id cards, I don't think you can? So would it be so wrong to say they're all 14? surely ALL 15 and 16 year olds are students anyway.

TheBirdsFellDownToDingADong Mon 27-May-13 08:49:30

Yes it would be wrong.

What will you do if they ask for Id?

You said you're not paying so what's the issue?

TheBirdsFellDownToDingADong Mon 27-May-13 08:50:10

Student ID tends to mean FE or HE students btw.

CuttedUpPear Mon 27-May-13 08:51:34

Just do it, I don't know why you need to debate it here smile

pouffepants Mon 27-May-13 08:51:37

The issue is that I've told them it's £6, because that's what it said on the radio.
And why give concessions for FE and HE students, but charge full whack for school students?

pouffepants Mon 27-May-13 08:52:41

I need to debate it because I'm truly crap at lying, and need to feel that I'm actually justified, which tbh I think I am.

SavoyCabbage Mon 27-May-13 08:57:28

I would ring them up and ask if 15 year olds need ID. It doesn't make any sense to charge them adult price.

It's probably just a typo on the website. It was meant to read 10 - 16 years £6. Then students with ID after that.

Surely all under 16 are students?

pouffepants Mon 27-May-13 09:01:34

That's what I thought.

They're all year 11, so at the tail end of their exams, but all are staying on for a-levels anyway.

pouffepants Mon 27-May-13 09:02:23

Just tried to find a phone number, but it says you can't ring before 11am, and I need to leave at 10.30.

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