We visited Britain’s most expensive Christmas market on a budget – how we spent less than £150 as a family-of-five | The Sun

A FAMILY visited Britain's most expensive Christmas Market on a budget.

TikTok creator Casey Barker took his family-of-five to London's Winter Wonderland – which has recently been branded a rip off.

Documenting the Christmas day out with his three kids and girlfriend, they managed to spend less than £150.

In a video shared to the social media platform, Casey said: "I hope you're sitting down guys because I'm about to talk you through how much we spent at Winter Wonderland as a family-of-five."

Entry into the park cost £15 for all of them.

A lot of the total cost also went on rides for the youngsters.


We spent £20 on six pieces of fudge at a Christmas market – we’re fuming

We went to UK’s ‘cheapest’ Xmas market… it’s half the price of Winter Wonderland

After spending nearly £70 just on food and drinks, some viewers were shocked.

One person in the comments said: "Basically too much money and 100 per cent not worth it.

"I would rather go to a theme park."

Meanwhile another said: "It's a lot of money but if you're happy to pay [then] good on you."

Most read in The Sun


Katherine Ryan gives birth to third baby and shares adorable name and first pic


How Sussexes' examples of 'truth' in Netflix doc stand up to reality


Fate of beloved BBC comedy revealed after nine series on screens


World Cup final referee announced after Michael Oliver was sent home

And one user slammed it saying: "The reason we will NEVER go back. It's a rip off."

The Sun Online previously visited London's Winter Wonderland where two small bags of pick 'n' mix cost nearly £20.

Candy floss was £8 and a potato on a stick was £7.

However customers were left feeling jolly after visiting Durham's market.

Despite being a three-hour train from London, it's prices may be worth the trip.

Hotdogs are just £3, hot drinks are £4, giant burgers are £6, and two portions of fries with sauce is £5.

A list of everything they spent

£15 entry

£16 on children's rides

£16 for four to go on rollercoaster

£13 for one meal that the kids split

£27 for two burger and chips

£24 for two mulled wines and two mulled ciders

£12 for hook-a-penguin

£5 on the waltzers

£10 in the sweet shop

£12 for a train ride

£10 on a game

Source: Read Full Article

Previous post The craziest tourist attractions that were never built including a spinning skyscraper and Dubai pyramids | The Sun
Next post Tributes pour in for 'beautiful soul' oil worker who was 'bludgeoned to death by roommate' in Qatar 'murder' | The Sun