Alton Towers & Thrill Hopper Ticket
Consider a Thrill Hopper ticket that offers you one admission to all four of the following; Alton Towers including Scarefest, Drayton Manor Theme Park, Water World & Snowdome, (limited to specific activities). This is a substantial saving against the cost of four separate entries with Thrill Hopper tickets priced at £60pp or £170 for a family of 4 and a great value for money option for October Half Term.
More information available at Thrill Hopper Ticket.
Alton Towers Scarefest
Alton Towers Scarefest 2016 has now kicked off, running on select dates from 8 October complete with a NEW horror maze; Altonville Mine Tours; Uncover the Legend of the Skin Snatchers! Follow our guide to Scarefest packed with information on valid 2 for 1 vouchers, additional maze costs, what’s new for 2016 and special Scarefest offers.
More information available within our Guide to Alton Scarefest 2016.
Alton Towers Resort Family Break
Take advantage of this short break package that offers hotel accommodation, breakfast, Alton Towers tickets + 2 other visitor attractions from £235 per family, (up to 1-2 adults/1-3 children under 12 years). The great advantage with this offer is the flexibility it offers both in terms of accommodation & the range of attractions included within the break such as Water World, Trentham Monkey Forest, SnowDome, Shugborough, Churnet Valley Railway, Conkers & more.
More details available at Alton Towers Resort Family Break.
Alton Towers Combo Ticket/Meal Deal
Take advantage of this discounted package that offers Alton Towers tickets plus a Burger Kitchen/Fried Chicken Co meal deal from £43.95 an adult/£38.95 a child. This ticket & food combo offer from Attractiontix allows you to upload your expenditure upfront whilst you enjoy a day out at this popular theme park. More details available at Alton Tower Ticket & Food Combo Offer.
Top Tip; Follow our Guide to Alton Towers packed with money saving ideas and tips to help you beat the queues to make the most of your visit.
Alton Towers 2 for 1 Vouchers
You can check out the full list of 2 for 1 vouchers for Alton Towers that are currently available for use during for the 2016 theme park season. Remember that 2 for 1 voucher holders must be accompanied by a person paying the full on-the-gate ticket price on the day of your visit and cannot be used in conjunction with online ticket discounts or any other deal or discount.
Alton Towers Short Breaks; Second Day Free
Extend your visit with an overnight stay either at the Alton Towers Resort or within hotel accommodation close to Alton Towers that includes FREE second day theme park tickets. Resort accommodation includes the Splash Landings Hotel & Waterpark, Alton Towers Hotel & Spa or Enchanted Village Lodges each of which includes EARLY RIDE TIME to help you beat the queues at the park, (t & c’s apply).
More information available at Free Second Day Entry with Alton Towers Short Breaks.
Alton Towers Deals; 365tickets
Often Alton Towers teams up with 365tickets to offer special discounted ticket during the theme park season. Promotions change throughout the year but worth keeping an eye on current offers when planning a visit.
More details available at Cheap Tickets for Alton Towers.
CBeebies Land At Alton Towers
CBeebies Land opened at Alton Towers last year & is proving to be a popular option with young families. This experience will include branded CBeebies rides, meet & greet opportunities with favourite Cbeebies characters & themed events.
More information available at CBeebies Land at Alton Towers.
Accommodation Close to Alton Towers
Laterooms; accommodation close to Alton Towers
Alton Towers 2016; What’s New?
There is to be a new ride at Alton Towers for the 2016 season know as Galactica complete with Virtual Reality headsets to take this experience to a new dimension. Set to open in April 2016 within the Forbidden Valley, the move into virtual reality offers a fully immersive experience that is being dubbed by Alton Towers as a world’s first!
Also new at Alton Towers for 2016 is the opening of a rollercoaster restaurant where your food actually arrives at your table via 400 metres of steel track including 2 loop-the-loops & an 8m spiral drop! We’ve popped along recently to test it out and you can see our thoughts over at Rollercoaster Restaurant; Tried & Tested.
Practical Information for Alton Towers
Alton Towers Theme Park Come Back Tickets
Choose to return to the Theme Park the following day or later in the season from just £10 per person. This offer is only available to visitors already in the park where the price is dependent on when you visit.
More details available at Come Back Tickets for Alton Towers.
2 Free Tickets to Alton Towers
This 2 FREE ticket offer to Alton Towers tends to run in The Sun newspaper each March. This is quite a complicated deal but hey, FREE is FREE in my books! This free ticket offer is particularly beneficial for those with flexibility on when they visit Alton Towers. Whilst this offer is now over for 2016, we’ll bring you more details as they come in for 2017.
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Alton Towers; Kellogg’s 2 for 1 Vouchers
Check out the new Kellogg’s Grown Ups Go Free/Mates Go Free vouchers for Alton Towers that are available during the 2016 season. The added advantage with this voucher is that for the first time you can book your tickets online when you pre-pay for your FULL PRICE ticket and thus avoid the queues at the ticket kiosk.
More details available at 2 for 1 Vouchers for Merlin Attractions.
Beat The Queues at Alton Towers
Alton Towers Deals with Tesco Clubcard
If you are a regular spender at Tesco, this can offer a great way to slash costs at Alton Towers. Opt to a day ticket or a Merlin Annual Pass for the ‘pay in full’ deal.
You can even upgrade to a Premium Merlin Pass for an additional £50 cash payment.
2 for 1 Voucher for Alton Towers; Travel by Train
Here’s a 2 for 1 voucher for Alton Towers if you travel by train. Simply download the voucher & present your train tickets plus voucher on the day of your visit for discounted entry.
Saying this, Alton Towers is not an easy place to get to by train! The closest main line station is Stoke on Trent, some 20 miles away, although there are buses that run from the station to the theme park.
More Alton Towers Information
Free Entrance to Alton Towers with a Blue Peter Badge
If you are aged 6 & 15 years and hold a Blue Peter badge & badge-holder’s card then you can can gain free entrance to Alton Towers. Badge holders will need to be accompanied by a ticket-bearing adult. Unfortunately this Blue Peter Badge offer will no longer be running from 1 January 2017.
More details available at Free Entry to Alton Towers with a Blue Peter Badge.
Previous Alton Towers Vouchers
Last year, we found money off vouchers for Alton Towers on the following products;
- 2 free tickets to Alton Towers, (March 2015)
- 2 for 1 voucher to Alton Towers with Kellogg’s cereals, (2014)
- Half price voucher to Alton Towers with Walkers Crisps, (2014)
- Half price voucher to Alton Towers with Procter & Gamble, (2014)
- Free entry to Alton Towers for Robbie look-a-likes, (April 2014)
- Free tickets to Alton Towers, (March 2014)
- 2 for 1 voucher to Alton Towers with Rustlers, (2014)
- 2 for 1 voucher for Alton Towers with Goodfella’s Pizza, (2014)
We’ll keep you up to date with all the Alton Towers 2 for 1 vouchers for 2015.
By Liz Walsh