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Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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Blackpool Pleasure Beach logoBlackpool Pleasure Beach under-2s go freeFree pass for little 'uns who can walk unaided

From box office
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is offering children aged under two (who can walk unaided) a free Pleasure beach pass for entry to certain areas of the park. Simply walk up to the box office to get the offer.
More info
Includes entry to the Chinese puzzle maze, pleasure beach express, Bradley and Bella's learning garden and the spectacular dancing water fountain. However, it excludes the main park and Nickelodeon Land rides.
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Tesco Clubcard logoUp to 75% off theme parks with Clubcard*Use at 20 theme parks, or over 200 days out venues

Mar-Oct
Convert Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Boost tokens* and on some theme parks you get four times the vouchers' face value to use on tickets, eg, £5 in points converts into £20 worth of Boost rewards.

Here are some of the places you can visit:

The London Dungeon*
Alton Towers*
Blackpool Pleasure Beach*
Chessington*
Drayton Manor*
Diggerland*
Legoland*
Lightwater Valley*
Legoland Discovery Centre*
Longleat*
Madame Tussaud's London*
Thorpe Park*
Warwick Castle*

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Merlin logo25% off standard annual Merlin pass Pass costs £119.25 (usually £159)

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Get 25% off a standard Merlin Pass when you buy via this Visit England link until Thu 28 Mar 2013. Choose the attraction where you want to collect your pass and start using it the same day if you like.

The pass gets you unlimited annual visits to 31 Merlin Entertainments attractions and theme parks including:

  • Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland Windsor
  • Madame Tussauds London & Blackpool, Warwick Castle, EDF Energy London Eye and Sea Life centres and sanctuaries
  • Blackpool Tower attractions including Jungle Jim's, the Blackpool Circus, Blackpool Ballroom, Blackpool Tower Eye and the Dungeon.

There are some restrictions on when you can use the pass, so check "more info" below.
MSE Michael says:

The annual pass is pretty good value, as entry to Alton Towers for example, now costs £46+ for an adult. So use the pass three times a year and you're already making a saving.

Tesco shoppers can also get a Merlin pass using Clubcard points via its deals brochure. Exchange £46.50 in Clubcard points to get an annual pass.

More info
Standard passes exclude entry in August to Madame Tussauds in London and the Sea Life London Aquarium. Also excludes entry to London Dungeon throughout August and from Tue 29 Oct - Thu 31 Oct 2013.

Entry during fright nights and other events at Thorpe Park incurs a £5 charge. The pass excludes admission to The Castle Dungeon and Merlin - the Dragon Tower, at Warwick Castle, as well as the water park, extraordinary golf and spa at Alton Towers. Parking is not included at the venues.

Offer is not valid against the Premium Merlin Annual Pass and/or pass renewals.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach logoBlackpool Pleasure Beach 50% offBook online for this weekend ONLY

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Book online at Blackpool Pleasure Beach to get 50% off wristbands and beach passes on Sat 23 and Sun 24 Feb 2013. Gate-price wristbands usually cost £35/adult (£20-£30 online), but will cost £17.50 with this offer. Kids' wristbands are reduced to £15 (usually £20-25 online) and beach passes are reduced from £6 to £3.
MSE Debs says:

Wristbands allow unlimited use of all rides, while the beach pass gets you entry into the Pleasure Beach plus rides on the Pleasure Beach Express and the Maze.

More info
Not valid on Nickelodeon wristbands.
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