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Chester Zoo logoChester Zoo 15% off when you cyclePrint voucher, get 15% off tickets if you ride a bike to the zoo


If you print a voucher and cycle to Chester Zoo, you'll get 15% off entry prices when you show the voucher at the ticket office.

At peak times, an adult ticket is £28 at the gate, but with this discount you can get one for £23.80. A child ticket is £20.40 (£24 at the gate).

This is a good deal if you're visiting the zoo spontaneously, but if you plan ahead and book your ticket online at least one day in advance, you can save a bit more and get a peak adult ticket for £21.81, or a peak child ticket for £18.18.

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Chester Zoo logoChester Zoo up to 20% off onlineUp to 20% discount for online bookings made in advance

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Book tickets online at Chester Zoo, at least one day before your visit, and get up to 20% off entry prices.

Without the optional donation, you can get a peak adult ticket for £21.81 online (£28 at the gate), and a peak child ticket for £18.18 (£24 at the gate).

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