All you need to know about getting a Blue Peter badge

Growing up, Blue Peter was a massive part of lots of young children’s days and everyone seemed to want to get a Blue Peter badge, mainly to show that you have created something phenomenal that people ask about but also to show that you are part of the Blue Peter club.

All children should include their full name and address, birthdate and why they deserve to have a badge to: Blue Peter, MediaCityUK, Salford, M50 2BH

The application should be at least 50 words. Make sure that you send in the application which badge you are applying for (Check them out here)

Blue Peter says all children who write in will get a reply, and the majority of those will get a badge as well.

What does the Blue Peter badge offer other than awesomeness? Quite a lot as a child and some savings for the parents.

There are over 200 places that offer free entry to Blue Peter badge holders.

To access the discount, kids need to wear their Blue Peter badge and have a valid Blue Peter badge card – these are easy to get, but it’s a separate application process. Once your child’s received their badge, they need to complete this form (possibly with help from a grown-up) and they’ll get a Blue Peter badge card.

The scheme’s for six to 15-year-olds, so they can only get in for free until their 16th birthday. This means they can get up to 10 years’ free access to the attractions. For free entry, kids need to be going in with a paying adult – though it doesn’t matter how much the adult paid or when/where they bought the ticket.

To access the discount, kids need to wear their Blue Peter badge and have a valid Blue Peter badge card – these are easy to get, but it’s a separate application process. Once your child’s received their badge, they need to complete this form (possibly with help from a grown-up) and they’ll get a Blue Peter badge card.

The scheme’s for six to 15-year-olds, so they can only get in for free until their 16th birthday. This means they can get up to 10 years’ free access to the attractions. For free entry, kids need to be going in with a paying adult – though it doesn’t matter how much the adult paid or when/where they bought the ticket.

PSA – Since 2017, Blue Peter badges no longer get free entry at Merlin attractions (Alton Towers, Chessington or Legoland).

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