Are you an adrenaline junkie? Want to spent your free time exploring theme parks but reluctant to pay the extortionate admission fee. Taking a family of 4 to a Theme Park in the UK can sometimes cost over a £100 and that is just the ticket price. Therefore, I have put together some money-saving tips on how to get the cheap theme park tickets in the UK.
2 for 1 Offers
Merlin Entertainment own top attractions and theme parks within the UK. From Thorpe Park the best theme park for adrenaline junkies. To Legoland a theme park perfect to take the little ones too.
As a result, there are a few 2 for 1 vouchers available at the moment for cheap theme park tickets to Merlin Attractions. Cadbury’s are currently offering promotional packs of chocolate. These 2 for 1 vouchers are
found on Dairy Milk buttons, Twirl Bites, etc. These vouchers give the user a free entry to all Merlin Entertainment attractions with the purchase of a full-price adult ticket. They are valid between the 01.05.2018 – 31.07.19, T&C’s apply.
Kellogg’s also have a 2 for 1 offer on Merlin Attractions with the purchase of promotional packs of cereal. Where you can purchase cheap theme park tickets by ‘Grown-ups go Free’ until 30.06.2019. The user gets a free adult entry with the purchase of either an adult or a child ticket. You can purchase cheap theme park tickets in advance, online or on the day at the gate. The full details of this promotional offer can be found here.
Cheap Theme Park Tickets – Student
Students can benefit from cheap theme park tickets too. Thorpe Park currently offer Student Days. Where students can purchase £20 tickets for admission on selected days. The holder must be able to present a valid student card upon entry alongside their ticket. Full terms and conditions can be found here.
If you are an NUS Card holder you can receive many discounts to get cheap theme park tickets. Such as up to 46% off entry to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, 49% off at Alton Towers resort and up to 49% off Chessington World of Adventures. Full details of these deals can be found directly on the NUS Extra Website.
Finally, another way to get cheap theme park tickets is to purchase a season/annual pass. Alton Towers are currently offering a deal where you pay for a day and you can come back all season. Plus, Thorpe Park are offering an annual pass where you pay for a day and you can come back for free for a year. Terms & conditions do apply for both of these deals. However, these passes are good way to re-use your ticket to make the trip seem cost-effective.
You can easily implement these money-saving tips to get cheap theme park tickets. As a result, you can incorporate a trip to a UK theme park into your plans this summer. Without having the worry of taking out small bank loan to cover the cost of the admission fees!