Timebase 67 celebrates birth of Prince Louis

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TIMEBASE 67 CELEBRATES BIRTH OF PRINCE LOUIS WITH ARRIVAL OF BABY DAKOTARAPTOR NAMED AFTER HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS

TimeBase 67 crew celebrate a momentous new arrival of their own by welcoming baby Dakotaraptor [insert Royal Baby name] to Dinosaurs in the Wild.

TimeBase 67 crew celebrate a momentous new arrival of their own by welcoming baby Dakotaraptor Louis to Dinosaurs in the Wild.

Following the birth of the newest addition to the Royal Family, his Royal Highness Prince Louis on 23 April 2018, Dinosaurs in the Wild is delighted to announce its own new addition to the experience – a newly hatched baby Dakotaraptor.

Baby Dakotaraptor [insert Royal Baby name]

Baby Dakotaraptor Louis

 

Surprised by the serendipitous arrival of the baby dinosaur on the same day as Prince Louis, the crew at TimeBase 67, the incredible research station built a staggering 67 million years in the past, where scientists now study living dinosaurs, have chosen to name their newest member after its regal counterpart – and to celebrate, Dinosaurs in the Wild is offering one free ticket to each of the first 100 customers that book who also happen to be called Louis.

The crew at TimeBase 67 are naturally thrilled to welcome baby Dakotaraptor Louis into the world. And while life in the Late Cretaceous may not provide all of the creature comforts that Prince Louis will enjoy, he will have a doting and dedicated team looking after him to ensure that he grows up safely, before heading out into the wild to join the rest of the dinosaurs outside the research station.

Customers with the same name as his Royal Highness Prince Louis can take advantage of the exclusive Royal Baby ticket offer by emailing [email protected] to redeem the ticket.

Competition T&Cs

  • Free tickets are not permitted on weekends between 11am and 2pm
  • Eligible applicants will need to email [email protected] with their name, a copy of the ID to claim the one free ticket and request the date/time they want to go
  • One free ticket per request and person
  • If successful, the box office will process and send a confirmation number for the free ticket
  • The ticket will not be sent in advance but will have to be collected at the box office by presenting ID again
  • The customer can then book for the rest of the party online for the same date/time – these tickets will be emailed to them (so it’s only the free ticket that needs to be collected at the box office)
  • The free tickets will be offered on a ‘first come first served’ basis and subject to availability
  • Applicants should allow a minimum of 48 hours (excluding weekends) for the request to be processed
  • The free ticket can also be obtained directly at the venue box office during opening hours, where the booking for the rest of the party can be made at the same time (door prices are applied on the day, advanced booking is recommended)

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