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Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo 15% off onlineBook in advance to get the biggest discount

Ongoing

Book tickets online at Bristol Zoo to get 15% off gate ticket prices.

Online prices are £13.13 for an adult ticket (£15.30 at the gate) and £8.50 for a child ticket (£9.90 at the gate), without the 10% optional donation. To book without the donation, you'll need to untick the box when you add tickets to your basket.

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Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo 15% student discountDiscount for students with valid ID and 15 to 18-year-olds

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If you're a student (or aged between 15-18 years old), you can get 15% off ticket prices at Bristol Zoo. This is on top of the up to 15% off discount for buying tickets online in advance.

Students will need to show an NUS or ISIC card. 

Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo 20% off when you cycleGet 20% off ticket prices when you present proof of cycling

Ongoing

Cycle to Bristol Zoo, and show the ticket office proof you've cycled there (eg, a bike helmet), to get 20% off entry prices.

Bristol Zoo says this offer doesn't currently have an end date. This means it could end at any time, so it may be worth calling the ticket office to check the offer is still on if you're planning a special trip.

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Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo mums go 'free' on Mother's DayPrint voucher or book online

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Book online at Bristol Zoo to visit on Mother's Day (Sun 15 Mar) and one mum per full-paying adult or child will get free entry. Tickets are the same price online as on the gate (£14.53 per adult and £9.09 per child, without optional donation - you'll have to untick a donation box).

You can also print and complete the Mums Go Free voucher and take it with you on Sun 15 Mar. One other full-price ticket must be bought per voucher.

Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo dads go freeValid on Father's Day only - Sun 15 Jun

Expired

Print this Bristol Zoo voucher and dads go free when you buy a full priced ticket (child £8.86 or adult £14.50) at the gate on Sun 15 Jun. A child is aged 2-14. Not valid with any other offers. One voucher per paying child or adult.

MSE Frederika says:

Even though advance online bookings are 10% cheaper, printing the voucher and paying at the gate for an adult or child works out cheaper.

Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo mums go 'free' on Mother's DayPrint voucher or book online & buy a full-price ticket

Expired

Book online at Bristol Zoo to visit on Mother's Day (Sun 30 Mar) and one mum per full-paying adult or child will get free entry. Tickets are 10% cheaper online than on the gate (£13.05 per adult and £7.97 per child, without donation), so you're better off booking online if you can.

Alternatively, print and complete the Mums Go Free voucher and take it with you on Sun 30 Mar. As above, one other full-price ticket must be bought (either a £14.50 adult ticket or an £8.86 child ticket, without donation) per voucher.

Bristol Zoo logoBristol Zoo dads go 'free' on Father's DayValid on Father's Day only - Sun 16 Jun

Expired
Print this Bristol Zoo voucher and dads go 'free' when a full priced child (£8.63/£9.50 with/without gift aid) or adult ticket (£14.09/£15.50) is bought at the gate on Sun 16 Jun only. A child is aged 2-14.
MSE Paloma says:

Even though advance online bookings are 10% cheaper, downloading the voucher and paying the walk-up gate price for an adult or child works out cheaper as dad goes 'free'.

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Not valid with any other offer. One voucher per paying child or adult.
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