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Merlin logo1-yr Merlin pass for theme parks £119Price rises to £169 in Feb. Unlimited entry to Alton Towers etc

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Until 11.59pm on Mon 15 Feb, you can get an annual 'standard' Merlin pass at the discounted price of £119 per person. After that, it will rise to the normal 2016 price of £169 per person. The pass gets you unlimited visits to 32 attractions including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Legoland, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and the Blackpool Tower. 

Given you could also go to many attractions using a 2for1 voucher (see our Theme Parks guide), you need to make about six theme park visits during the year to make it worth buying an annual pass. Alton Towers for two people costs £50ish with 2for1 tickets. However, if theme parks aren't your thing, you'd need to visit cheaper attractions such as Sea Life Centres (tickets £20-£25ish) more regularly to make it work out cheaper than buying tickets separately. See 'more info' below as a few exclusions apply, so check before buying.

If you’re buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'family' rate of £99, going up to £129 on Mon 15 Feb. You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate.

How do I get one?

Buy online at Merlin or call 0844 4774 444 (13p/min from landlines, so better to buy online if you can). Passes can either be posted out or collected from the box office at one of the attractions within six months of purchase. They’ll be valid for exactly one year from the date of issue.

Alternatively, if you've got Tesco points, you can buy an annual pass for £50 in Clubcard Boost vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info.

More info

To get the group discount select the 'family' rate, which is for groups of three to five purchasing together. A maximum of three adults (which Merlin defines as anyone aged 12+) can get passes at the discounted rate. Children aged 3+ (or measuring above 90cm tall) will need their own Merlin annual pass to gain entry. There's no difference in price for children's and adults' annual passes.

The following restrictions apply to the 'standard' Merlin annual pass, but not to the 'premium' pass, which currently costs £149 (rising to £209):

  • Madame Tussauds London, London Eye, Sea Life London aquarium, DreamWorks Tours Shrek’s Adventure London and London Dungeon: no entry during the whole of August
  • Madame Tussauds London, London Eye, Sea Life London aquarium, DreamWorks Tours Shrek’s Adventure London and London Dungeon: no entry on UK bank holidays 1 Jan, 25 Mar, 2 May, 30 May, 29 Aug, 26 Dec, 27 Dec
  • London Eye: no entry 14 Feb
  • London Dungeon: no entry 28-29 Oct
  • Warwick Castle: secondary attractions including the castle dungeon will be subject to additional charges
  • Thorpe Park: secondary attractions including Fright Nights will be subject to additional charges
  • Parking not included

Thorpe Park logoThorpe Park £28 early bird tix (norm up to £50)Save 44% when you book online

Ongoing

If you can’t get your hands on any 2for1 Thorpe Park tickets, then you can still make significant savings by booking in advance online.

For example, a standard ticket for all ages is £49.99 if bought on the day at the gate. It’s 44% cheaper (£27.99) when booked online a day in advance. Larger discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

It costs a standard £6 to upgrade a one-day ticket to a two-day one, but unless you live locally you’ll need to factor in accommodation or travel costs.

Alternatively, if you’ve got Tesco points, you can buy a one-day Thorpe Park ticket for £12.50 in Clubcard vouchers, or an annual Merlin attractions pass for £50 in Clubcard vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info. Also see our Theme Parks guide for other handy MoneySaving tips.

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Discounted advance tickets purchased online can’t be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer.

Legoland Windsor logoLegoland £37 early bird tix (norm up to £50)Save 25% when you book online a week in advance

Ongoing

If you're going to Legoland, you can make significant savings by booking in advance online.

For example, an adult gate ticket (16+ years) for Legoland Windsor is £50.40. It’s normally 20% cheaper (£40) when booked online two to six days in advance, and 25% cheaper (£37) when purchased a week or more in advance.

Discounts also apply to tickets for children (£46.20 on the gate, £37 bought seven days in advance) and seniors, while larger discounts are available for families and bigger groups. Legoland entry is free for kids under the age of three.

Discounted advance tickets purchased online can’t be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer. Additional charges may apply for special event days. 

As well as being cheaper, Legoland says booking online and printing the tickets at home will allow quick access to the park by enabling you to beat gate queues.

Alternatively, if you’ve got Tesco points, you can buy a one-day Legoland ticket for £13 in Clubcard vouchers, or an annual Merlin attractions pass for £50 in Clubcard vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info. Also see our Theme Parks guide for other handy MoneySaving tips.

Alton Towers logoAlton Towers £38ish early bird tix (norm up to £50ish)Save 25% when you book online a week in advance

Ongoing

If you're going to Alton Towers then you can make significant savings by booking in advance online.

For example, an adult gate ticket (12+ years) is £50.40 if bought on the day or the day before visiting. It’s normally 10% cheaper (£45.36) when booked online two to six days in advance, and 25% less expensive (£37.80) when purchased a week or more in advance.

The same discounts apply to tickets for children (£45.60 on the gate, £34.20 bought seven days in advance), seniors and families, while larger discounts are available for groups of seven or more. Alton Towers entry is free for kids under the age of four.

It costs a standard £7.50 to upgrade a one-day ticket to a two-day one, but unless you live locally you’ll need to factor in accommodation or travel costs.

Discounted advance tickets purchased online can’t be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer.

Alternatively, if you’ve got Tesco points, you can buy a one-day Alton Towers ticket for £13 in Clubcard vouchers, or an annual Merlin attractions pass for £50 in Clubcard vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info. Also see our Theme Parks guide for other handy MoneySaving tips.

National Rail logo2for1 attractions with National RailBuy train ticket & print vch to save up to £50

Save up to £50

If you register and print a voucher from Days Out Guide then buy a National Rail ticket from a train station you can get 2for1 entry to over 150 top UK attractions, including SeaLife Centres, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor when you present both at the attraction. See the full theme park list or the zoo and wildlife list

You need to print a voucher for the relevant attraction (follow the link above and search for it) AND have a valid rail ticket bought from National Rail on the same day for a single or day return ticket, or within the days of travel for a return ticket. 

What if I live near the attraction/am travelling by other means?

It's worth doing this even if you are not travelling by train as a cheap single ticket can be available for a couple of quid, far cheaper than the entry ticket price (Thorpe Park is the most expensive at £50 on the gate). 

Just stop by the nearest station on your way and pick one up, then present both to get your 2for1. Crucially, your rail ticket must show that you have travelled to one of the stations nearest the attraction. So for Thorpe Park, you need to have a ticket with an end destination of Staines or Chertsey. 

The offer's ongoing, but check the voucher for each individual attraction's restrictions, as these vary. See the full T&Cs including which tickets are valid.

MSE Rhiannon says:

Electronic ticket barriers can sometimes retain your ticket (especially if it's a single), so to make sure you don't lose your proof of travel, ask a member of the station staff at a manned gate to help you through.

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Excludes family, advance and web tickets as well as Oyster cards, and tickets and travelcards bought from London Underground. Can't be used with other offers or promotions. Excludes Thorpe Park from Mon 26 Oct 2015 until Sun 1 Nov 2015.

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Merlin logo2for1 to 13 attractions with £3-£4ish kids magFree child ticket with full-paying adult. Incl Sea Life & Legoland

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If you purchase a promotional pre-school, pre-teen or teen magazine, including CBeebies, Girl Talk, Match of the Day and Top of the Pops (see ‘more info’ below for all titles included), you can get a ‘Kids go free’ voucher for one of 13 UK theme parks and attractions, valid with a full-priced adult gate ticket.

The magazines are £3-£4ish at major supermarkets and independent retailers and the last promotional magazine will be published on Wed 26 Aug and will be on sale until the first week in September.

Each magazine will include one voucher that can be exchanged for entry on the day to one attraction, including Sea Life, Legoland, Thorpe Park and Ripley’s Believe it or Not (see ‘more info’ for full list of attractions). Check the pre-school schedule and pre-teen and teen schedule to see which vouchers will be in each promotional magazine. The voucher will be advertised on the front of each promotional magazine (see front cover of promotional Match of the Day magazine below).

The end dates will be printed on each voucher and will vary depending on the attraction and magazine. If there are dates excluded, these will also be stated in the terms and conditions on the voucher.

Check online prices first

Since this ‘free’ child ticket is only valid with an adult gate ticket (usually up to £50), it's always worth checking online before you use it. Online tickets can be much cheaper than on the gate, plus there are sometimes online offers.

Kellogg's is currently running a 2for1 promotion on selected cereal boxes and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (£2ish-£3ish at most supermarkets until 30 Jun 2016), offering a 'Grown-Ups Go Free' voucher for 28 UK Merlin theme parks and attractions with the purchase of a child's ticket.

We found at some attractions this voucher isn't worth it compared to normal online advance prices, eg, a standard adult off-peak Thorpe Park ticket is £49.99 on the gate and £24.99 in advance online, so using the voucher will cost the same as booking online for two adults (child tickets are not available online). If you then factor in the price of the magazine, you're actually making a £3-£4ish loss with the voucher.

However, there are other attractions where you can save quite a bit, eg, an adult and child ticket for Legoland Windsor Resort would cost £70.65 online (£36.90 adult ticket plus £33.75 child ticket) compared to £53ish using the voucher at the gate (£49.20 adult ticket plus £3-£4ish magazine).  

More info

All attractions included:

Sea Life, Legoland Windsor Resort, Legoland Discovery Centre, Thorpe Park, The Dungeons, Chessington World of Adventures, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, Colchester Zoo, Warwick Castle, Horrible Histories, MCFC, Chelsea Football Club and Newcastle United.

Pre-school magazines included:

BBC Toybox, Bob the Builder, CBeebies Magazine, CBeebies Art, CBeebies Special, In the Night Garden, Mike the Knight, Mister Maker, Octonauts, Peter Rabbit, BBC Something Special, BBC Swashbuckle and The Furchester Hotel.

Pre-teen and teen magazines included:

Dreamworks, Girl Talk, Girl Talk Art, Horrible Histories, Lego Friends, Lego Chima, Lego Ninjago, Match of the Day, Mega, Skylanders and Top of the Pops.

 

Kellogg's logo2for1 Alton Towers, Sea Life & more with £3ish cereal'Adults go free' voucher on selected Kellogg's cereals and snacks

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Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (£2ish-£3ish at most supermarkets until 30 Jun 2015), to get a "Grown-Ups Go Free" voucher for 28 UK Merlin theme parks and attractions.

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry. It's 'grrreat!' as you can get it now and go any time over the summer.

This could actually work out better than a 2for1 ticket if you’re an adult going with a child as generally, children’s tickets tend to be cheaper than adult tickets.

The vouchers can be exchanged for entry on the day at 28 Merlin attractions, such as Alton Towers, Legoland, Chessington, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries and Madame Tussauds, until 30 Jun 2016. Some dates are excluded at attractions, see 'more info' below.

Check online prices first

As this 2for1 is for on-the-gate tickets (usually up to £50 a ticket), it's always worth checking online before you use the voucher as these can be much cheaper than the gate and there are sometimes online offers.

We found at some attractions this voucher isn't worth it compared to normal online advance prices. For example, a standard adult off-peak Thorpe Park ticket is £49.99 on the gate and £24.99 in advance online – so using the voucher will cost the same as booking online for two adults. If you then factor in the price of the cereal, you're actually making a £3ish loss with the voucher.

However, there are other attractions where you can save a great deal. For example, an adult gate ticket at Alton Towers is £50.40 but £37.80 seven days in advance online normally, so the voucher saves £22.20ish factoring in the cereal cost.  

Also make sure there are no other deals on, as attractions have offers all year round. 

Important: Make sure the expiry on the voucher matches 30 Jun 2016. This deal runs annually so there is a chance you could get a cereal with a voucher from last year’s promotion. 

More info

Voucher and details are on packs available in most supermarkets till 30 Jun 2015 - subject to availability. Here's a list of Kellogg's products with the voucher. Ensure you take the voucher with you on the day. It can only be used against the gate price, not the discounted online price.

The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions so make sure you check before you go. Valid for standard entry tickets only and one voucher per person, per transaction. 

Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. 

Excludes the upcoming Shrek's Adventure attraction and any secondary attractions including the Castle Dungeon at Warwick Castle. There are also some extra excluded dates listed below:

  • 9 Oct –1 Nov 2015 at The Blackpool Tower Attractions (The Blackpool Tower Eye is subject to weather conditions)
  • 23–31 Oct 2015 at Thorpe Park
  • 1-31 Aug 2015 & 29–31 Oct 2015 at The London Dungeon
  • 30–31 Oct 2015 at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon
  • 31 Oct–1 Nov 2015 at the Edinburgh Dungeon
  • 11–31 May 2015 at Madame Tussauds London
  • 30 Oct–2 Nov 2015 at The York Dungeon
  • 25 Dec 2015 at all attractions
  • When there are special events on (e.g. Lates at The Dungeons and Legoland Windsor Christmas events), hotel events or concerts at all attractions


2016 exclusion dates will be available from the end of 2015 on the Kellogg's website. 

Offer can't be used with: 

  • Any other offer or concession
  • Reward or loyalty scheme
  • Pre-purchased/advance tickets
  • Online or call centre ticket bookings (except the London Dungeon which you can pre-book online via this Kellogg's London Dungeon link, but you must still bring your voucher with you on the day along with your pre-booked ticket)
  • Combination tickets, 2 Day Pass, Annual Pass, Q-bot, Fastrack or priority entrance, Early Ride Time, or rail inclusive tickets
  • Event or concert tickets
  • Group bookings


Children must always be accompanied by an adult, check the attraction's website for more details.

Merlin logo1-yr Merlin passes £129 for Alton Towers, Legoland etcGet it before prices go up. Unlimited entry to theme parks & more

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You can buy an annual Merlin pass for £129 per person until Mon 1 Jun. After that, it goes up to £169. The  pass gets you unlimited visits to attractions including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Legoland, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and the Blackpool Tower. 

Factoring in the regular 2for1 vouchers available (see our Theme Parks guide), you need to make about six theme park visits during the year to make it worth paying so much upfront. Alton Towers for two adults costs £50ish with 2for1 tickets. However, if theme parks aren't your thing, you'd need to visit cheaper attractions such as Sea Life Centres (tickets £20-£25ish) more regularly to make it work out cheaper than buying tickets separately.

If you’re buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'family' rate of £109 each in the sale, before it rises to £129. You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate. See 'more info' for details - a few exclusions apply, so check before buying.

How do I get one?

Buy online at Merlin or call 0844 4774 444 (premium call rates apply, so better to buy online if you can). Passes can either be posted out or collected from the box office at selected attractions. They’ll be valid for exactly one year from the date they're issued, but bear in many attractions such as theme parks aren't open for the whole year and there are additional excluded dates – see ‘more info’ below.

Alternatively, if you've got Tesco points, you can buy an annual pass for £50 in Clubcard Boost vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info.

More info

To get the group discount select the 'family' rate, which is for groups of three to five purchasing together. A maximum of three adults (which Merlin defines as anyone aged 12+) can get passes at the discounted rate. Children aged 3+ (or measuring above 90cm tall) will need their own Merlin annual pass to gain entry. There's no difference in price for children's and adults' annual passes.

The restrictions listed below apply to the ‘standard’ Merlin annual pass, but not to the 'premium’ Merlin pass, which is currently priced at £179, but will rise to £209. Both passes are subject to additional charges including entrance and/or booking fees for all Christmas event openings and selected secondary attractions.

  • London Eye, Madame Tussauds (London), London Dungeons and Sea Life London Aquarium: No entry during the month of August, or on bank holidays.
  • London Eye and London Dungeon: No entry from Thu 29 Oct until Sat 31 Oct.
  • Madame Tussauds (London): No entry from Thu 14 May until Sat 31 May.
  • Warwick Castle: Not valid for admission to The Castle Dungeon.
  • Parking not included.

Merlin logo2x 'free' Alton Towers tix (RRP £100) with £5ish spendCollect 10 codes from paper - bit of hassle, but BIG saving

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MSE Update 11am, Wed 1 Apr: You can no longer collect codes/tokens, but we've kept this info here to help you if you're applying. You need to submit your codes/tokens by Tue 14 Apr. If you're a Sun+ member you can still apply without tokens up until this date.

Collect 10 unique 'Paper Perks' codes printed on the back of The Sun newspaper (40p weekdays, or 60p on Sat and 80p Sun – excludes Northern Ireland) every day until Tue 31 Mar to get two 'free' adult tickets to Alton Towers. 

How do you get them?

  • You need to enter all your 'Paper Perks' codes online by Tue 14 Apr, but your first code must be entered by Sun 22 Mar. You'll need to sign up to 'Sun Perks' (loyalty club) via the same link if you’re not already a member. 
  • The first code gets you five bonus codes and once you’ve reached 15 in total, click on the offer via your 'Sun Perks' account to book your tickets online. First chance to book is Mon 23 Mar. 

The Sun has 185,000 pairs in total to give away (spread across valid dates from Mar-Nov), but it's first come, first served, so you'll need apply as soon as you get to the 15th code (10 codes + five bonus codes). The Sun say the number of tickets available per date vary so you'll need to get in fast to get what you want. 

It will cost you £1.50 postage for your tickets to be sent out, so a total minimum spend of £5.50. As adult tickets at Alton Towers are £50.40 on the gate, this could save you £95.30, although you can get tickets for much cheaper than the full cost by using a voucher or booking in advance. 

Apply by post with tokens if you can't online

You can get this same deal but by collecting tokens inside the paper and applying by post. However this way you can't choose an exact date for your tickets. You'll have to choose five date bands from a list of nine on your application and you'll be given your one-day tickets on a specific date within one of these bands (subject to availability) -  see 'more info' below for the full details.

Sun+ members can get it without collecting

If you're a paid-up Sun+ website user (costs £7.99 a month), login to your account to claim your tickets online without having to collect tokens by Tue 14 Apr.

If you're on its free one-month trial, you can apply this way but you will not receive your tickets until your trial month ends and you've paid the second month. You will be charged £1.50 postage.

More info

You'll receive your tickets within 28 days - although tickets for band A dates will be sent out as a priority (see below). The offer does not appear in editions published in Northern Ireland.

Watch out, as if you send multiple applications from the same household they’ll all be void! Additional visitors must pay full price and the tokens can't be used with any other offer.

Subject to availability. If your tickets or application get lost in the post, The Sun and Alton Towers are not liable.

Postal application 

To apply this way you need to collect 10 differently-numbered tokens printed in the editorial space of the paper (not the 'Papar Perks' codes).

To get the application form you must buy the paper on Wed 18 Mar or it will be downloadable online for you to print out. The Sun couldn't tell us an exact date this application form link will go live, but it should be the same Wed  - we'll post it here once we have it. The last date you can start collecting the tokens is Sun 22 Mar.

Once your application form is complete, send it in with your tokens and a first class stamped addressed envelope (15cm x 8cm) by Tue 14 April to the address given on the form.

This way is ever so slightly cheaper compared to the online way, as your total spend is £5.24 if you get 40p papers and use two first-class stamps for £1.24. 

You must write five of these nine available date bands in order of preference on the bottom right-hand corner on the front of the envelope you send your application in (not your stamped-addressed envelope) when you apply. The dates bands are:

A

30/03/2015

18/04/2015

B

19/04/2015

15/05/2015

C

16/05/2015

14/06/2015

D

15/06/2015

12/07/2015

E

13/07/2015

09/08/2015

F

10/08/2015

05/09/2015

G

06/09/2015

27/09/2015

H

28/09/2015

23/10/2015

J

24/10/2015

05/11/2015

 

You’ll then be allocated a specific date on which you can use the tickets, and this is unchangeable. If all your choices are unavailable, you’ll be contacted with an alternative. 

Applications without five band choices won't be processed. If you don't put them on the envelope, it'll be processed last.

Merlin logo1-yr Merlin passes £119 for Alton Towers, Legoland etcGet it before prices go up. Unlimited entry to theme parks & more

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Until Sun 8 Feb, you can get annual Merlin passes for £119 per person. After that, prices will be going up to £169 per person. The pass gets you unlimited visits to attractions including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Legoland, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and the Blackpool Tower. 

Factoring in the regular 2for1 vouchers available (see our Theme Parks guide), you need to make about six theme park visits during the year to make it worth paying so much upfront. Alton Towers for two people costs £50ish with 2for1 tickets. However, if theme parks aren't your thing, you'd need to visit cheaper attractions such as Sea Life Centres (tickets £20-25ish) more regularly to make it work out cheaper than buying tickets separately.

If you’re buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'family' rate of £99 each in the sale (norm £129). You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate. See 'more info' for details - a few exclusions apply, so check before buying.

How do I get one?

Buy online at Merlin or call 0844 4774 444 (10p/min from landlines, so better to buy online if you can). Passes can either be posted out or collected from the box office at one of the attractions within six months of purchase. They’ll be valid for exactly one year from the date they’re printed.

Alternatively, if you've got Tesco points, you can buy an annual pass for £50 in Clubcard Boost vouchers. See our Tesco Clubcard Boost page for more info.

More info

To get the group discount select the 'family' rate, which is for groups of three to five purchasing together. A maximum of three adults (which Merlin defines as anyone aged 12+) can get passes at the discounted rate. Children aged 3+ (or measuring above 90cm tall) will need their own Merlin annual pass to gain entry. There's no difference in price for children's and adults' annual passes.

The following restrictions apply to the ‘standard’ Merlin annual pass:

  • London Eye, Madame Tussauds (London), London Dungeons and Sea Life London Aquarium: No entry during the month of August, or on bank holidays.
  • London Eye and London Dungeon: No entry from Thu 29 Oct until Sat 31 Oct.
  • London Eye: No entry on Sat 14 Feb.
  • Madame Tussauds (London): No entry from Thu 14 May until Sat 31 May.
  • Thorpe Park: No entry during 'Fright Nights' and other special events.
  • Warwick Castle: Not valid for admission to The Castle Dungeon.
  • Parking not included.
     

None of these restrictions apply to the ‘premium’ Merlin pass, currently £149 (norm £209).

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