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Philadelphia Chocolate Tours - Center City East

$20 for a Philadelphia Chocolate Walking Tour from Philadelphia Chocolate Tours ($40 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Nov 7th, 2012.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Registration required. Valid only for public tours. Subject to weather. Not valid Saturdays or Sundays in November 2011.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Questions and Answers 10 questions

Q:

My brother is vising from Chicago and is only here Tuesday, Wednesday, November 22 and 23. Are there enough openings those days? I don't want to buy tickets and then not get in. mb

Mary H.  asked on  Nov 5, 2011

A:

Hi, Mary! We currently have 15 spots available on each of the days you mentioned during your brother's visit, on the 12:45 pm tours. You can reserve your spots at www.philadelphiachocolatetours.com/redeem. (And you can check out our Chicago Chocolate Tours if you visit your brother there some time.) Thank you!

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 5, 2011

Q:

i just purchased 4 deals all of which i want as gifts. I read that when you are finished your payment information you can note if deal is for gifts. Id did not see that selection. I want to make sure I can print four (4) vochures.

evelyn b.  asked on  Nov 5, 2011

A:

Hi, Evelyn! I'm from the tours, not from Groupon, but I can tell you from our end that we welcome the vouchers from anyone, whether the name on them is your name or the names of your gift recipients. Someone from Groupon can probably better help you with the mechanics of check-out. Thank you so much for purchasing our deal, and we look forward to welcoming the people you give the Groupons to as gifts! ~Valerie, Founder of Philadelphia Chocolate Tours

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 5, 2011

Q:

I want to purchase one ticket for myself and one for a friend....is the total cost 20 for me and 40 for the friend ? And do I put the number 2 in the quantity box ? I did do that and the total came up as 40. Thanks Maria

maria j.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Maria! The total will be $20 per per person. So, 1 Groupon for $20, and 2 for $40. Thanks, hope to see you and your friend soon!

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

thanks for answering. There are five kids that would join us on the tour. ages 11, 7, 4, 3 and 1. Would the babies also be charged? They wouldn't really eat (esp my 3yr old who is the size of oa 18 month old)

Tamara L.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Tamara! There's no charge for babies who won't be eating chocolate.

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

Went to your website does it list tour costs? I want to know how much it will cost for children to attend the tour at different ages?

Tamara L.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Tamara! Yes costs are listed and are normally $40 per adult and $35 per child. Today through Groupon, it's $20 per person for all ages!

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

I keep reading the fine print and I think I misread something at first. This deal is for one person, right? Not two.

Stephanie O.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Stephanie! Yes the $20 deal is for a ticket for 1 person. You can purchase more than 1, up to 6 I believe. Thanks! -Valerie, founder of Philadelphia Chocolate Tours.

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

Are the locaations wheelchair accessible?

jayne m.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Jayne! Yes, all our participating stores are wheelchair accessible. Hope to see you soon!

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

It is mentioned in the deal that it is not valid on the weekends which is saturday and sunday in November, then wehn can we use this coupon in the weekends?

Dinu R.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Dinu! We're sold out already on weekends in November. We have availability weekends in December and beyond, and weekdays this month and beyond. Hope to see you soon!

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

Do we get to taste chocolate on the tour or if we want to taste chocolate do we buy it at each stop?

Kirsten K.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Kristen! Yes, chocolate tastings are included at each stop. If you wish to purchase chocolate beyond the samples, you may do so. But yes, samples are included, for a sweet tour.

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

Q:

What is the walking distance between each chocolatier?

Rosemary F.  asked on  Nov 4, 2011

A:

Hi, Rosemary! There are generally 2 - 3 blocks between each chocolatier, for a pleasant stroll. The walk is comfortable for chocolate lovers of most mobility levels.

Valerie B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 4, 2011

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