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Dartmoor Zoo logoDartmoor Zoo 14% student discountDiscount for students with a valid ID card


Students can get 14% off ticket prices at Dartmoor Zoo. We've asked Dartmoor Zoo what kind of student ID you need to get this deal, but it hasn't got back to us yet. It's likely you'll need to take an NUS card or other student ID to show at the ticket booth.

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Dartmoor Zoo logoDartmoor Zoo free return visit within 30 daysNo voucher's needed, just turn up with your original receipt & ticket

Get a free return visit to Dartmoor Zoo when you buy a full priced adult, child or concession ticket by Thu 31 Oct. You'll be given a 'boomerang ticket' which you'll need to bring with your receipt within 30 days of the original visit to get free entry. As adult tickets cost 10.95 and child 8.95, this is a decent saving on a second day out at the zoo.

Fun fact for you: Dartmoor Zoo is the subject of the Hollywood film We bought a Zoo, starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson.
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Not valid with any other offer or promotion. You must have the original admission receipt to get free entry on a following visit within 30 days.
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