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Drusillas Park logoDrusillas Park 15% offBook online to get discount entry

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Book online at Drusillas Park to get 15% off entry for your entire group. You can book up till midnight the night before to get the online rate.
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Tesco Clubcard logoDrusillas Park - Swap Tesco Clubcard pointsConvert your Tesco Clubcard points into Drusillas Park tickets

£6 = 1 ticket
Every £6 of Tesco Clubcard points is worth one ticket for Drusillas Park Zoo. To get the offer, register or log-in with Tesco, then visit the Drusillas clubcard reward page* and enter the amount of points you want to convert. At the checkout you will need to enter the codes on your Clubcard vouchers.
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Tokens are valid six months from issue and will be delivered by post. Excludes e-tickets, season tickets, Gold or Platinum passes, shows, other promotions or discounted tickets, group bookings, online bookings or annual memberships.
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About Drusillas Park

Drusillas Park is a small 10 acres (4.0 ha) zoo near to Alfriston, in East Sussex, UK. Its exhibits are targeted towards children between 2 and 10 years old.

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