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Merlin logo2for1 Thorpe Park, Legoland etc with £1ish chocsGet one 'free' ticket with vch on selected Cadbury packs

20+ attractions

Look for promotional packs of Cadbury chocolates, including Dairy Milk Giant Buttons, Oreo Bites and Crunchie Rocks, to get a voucher for 2for1 entry at more than 20 Merlin attractions.

The voucher's valid until 31 July 2019 at attractions including Thorpe Park, Legoland, Alton Towers, Chessington, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries, the Dungeons and Madame Tussauds. Some dates are excluded at selected attractions, including some in August - see 'more info' below.

Just present the voucher at your chosen attraction when buying one full-price on-the-gate adult ticket (usually up to £60) and another person will gain free entry.

Promotional packs are expected to be in stores until Aug 2018, but they're subject to availability, so could be snapped up sooner. 

How much can I save?

As on-the-gate tickets cost up to £60 at Legoland, this deal could save you £59 if you buy one of the cheapest promotional packs of chocolate and want two tickets. Even compared with buying tickets online in advance, where they’re generally cheaper (but still as much as £47 each at Legoland), you'd save a significant amount with this deal.

There’s also the added benefit of not having to commit to your plans seven or more days ahead – allowing you to wait and see what the weather’s like, and simply rock up at the gate with your voucher.

Before using the voucher, you should compare this offer against others to see if there's a better one for you (see all theme park deals).

More info

The participating attractions are Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park, Legoland Windsor, Warwick Castle, Shrek’s Adventure! London, Madame Tussauds London or Blackpool, The London, York, Edinburgh or Blackpool Tower Dungeons, The Blackpool Tower Eye or The Blackpool Tower Circus, Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester, Sea Life Bray, Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park and Jurassic Skyline, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries in the UK (Birmingham, Great Yarmouth, Loch Lomond, Blackpool, Gweek, London, Oban, Brighton, Manchester, Scarborough and Hunstanton).

The age classification for an adult ticket varies between attractions so make sure you check before you go. Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. For example, Chessington and Legoland Windsor are closed in November. There are also some extra excluded dates listed below:

  • All attractions: 25 Dec, any secondary ticketed events/hotel events/concerts/Christmas events
  • Legoland Windsor: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep, 1 Dec 2018 - 1 Mar 2019
  • Thorpe Park: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep, 19-31 Oct
  • Alton Towers: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep, 3-4 Nov
  • Chessington, Warwick Castle, Sea Life London Aquarium and Madame Tussauds London: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep
  • Shrek’s Adventure! London: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep, 31 Dec
  • The London Dungeon: every Fri, Sat and Sun in Aug, 1-2 Sep, 27-29 Oct
  • The Blackpool Tower Circus: 6 Oct-4 Nov
  • The Blackpool Tower Dungeon: 27-31 Oct
  • York and Edinburgh Dungeons: 27-29 Oct


2019 exclusion dates will be available at the end of the 2018 season. Promotional vouchers don’t guarantee entry into attractions in the event of venue capacity being reached. Voucher can't be used with any other offer or concession, reward or loyalty schemes, pre-purchased/advance tickets, online or call centre bookings, combination tickets, two day passes, annual passes, Q-bot, Fastrack, rail inclusive offers, secondary ticketed events, hotel events, concerts or group bookings. Only one voucher can be used per person and per transaction. See full T&Cs.

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Merlin logoThorpe Park/Alton Towers season pass for the same or less than a day ticket?Also see how similar Legoland & Chessington passes stack up

Ongoing

'Pay for a day, come back all year/season for free'. That's how Merlin is billing its Thorpe Park and Alton Towers annual/season passes, but are they as good as they sound?

While it's true the Thorpe Park and Alton Towers passes - which are the same price for adults and kids - are either as cheap or cheaper than the most expensive on-the-gate tickets, easily-obtained 2for1 vouchers and discounted online tickets bought in advance mean you'd have to visit the same park at least a twice for the pass to save you any money.

The cheapest way to visit can depend on group size, how many kids are going and whether it's a peak or off-peak day. Our table below breaks down all the costs for Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland Windsor, so you can work out what's best. See our theme park guide for more deals.

The attractions are generally open every day from April to October, though pass holders sometimes have to pay an extra charge during special events and on peak weekends in Aug-Sep.

Theme park annual/season pass vs single day ticket costs
  Pass price per person, any age Pass expiry Full-price on-the-gate day ticket Tickets booked online 5-7 days in advance
Thorpe Park (buyT&Cs) £49 12 months £49-£55 adult, £44-£50 child £30 per person

Alton Towers (buyT&Cs)

£55 Nov 2018 £55 adult, £48 child £33 adult, £27.50 child
Chessington (buyT&Cs) £65 12 months £50 adult, £46 child £29 per person
Legoland (buyT&Cs) £70-£110 12 months £47-£60 per person £32-£47 per person

If you live near Thorpe Park, we think it offers the best-value pass - it's the only one that can be cheaper to buy than an on-the-gate ticket. However, if you live closer to one of the other attractions, or just prefer a different one, a pass may still save you money but you'll likely have to visit more times for it to beat using a 2for1.

Merlin logo2for1 Legoland, Alton Tws etc with £3ish cerealAdults go 'free' vch on selected Kellogg's cereals and snacks

30 attractions

Look for promotional packs of Kellogg's cereal and snacks, including Rice Krispies, Frosties, Crunchy Nut and Squares (norm £2ish-£4ish at most supermarkets), to get 'free' adult entry via a voucher for 30 Merlin attractions until 30 Jun 2019.

Effectively this is a 2for1, as you must buy a full-price on-the-gate child or adult ticket to get the free adult entry, but this could actually work out better than a 2for1 ticket if you're an adult going with a child as generally child tickets tend to be cheaper than adult ones.

The vouchers can be exchanged for entry on the day at Merlin attractions including Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington, Sea Life centres and sanctuaries, the Dungeons and Madame Tussauds. Some dates are excluded and these vary between attractions - see 'more info' below.

Promotional packs will be readily available in stores until mid-April, after which they'll be harder to find. 

How strong is this deal?

While attraction prices vary, the most you could save with this offer is £57ish based on peak Legoland Windsor ticket prices (norm £60 each on the gate, so £120 for two, but you could get two for £63ish with this deal).

As it covers a large range of attractions and the vouchers are valid for over a year, this is a particularly strong deal if you and one other person are considering visiting one of the participating venues.

However, if you’re only interested in visiting a specific attraction, possibly more than once, and aren’t going in a pair, it’s worth checking to see what other deals are available. Find ticket prices for other attractions and see our round-up of theme park deals to check which works best for you.

You can also book online

To guarantee entry and beat the queues at selected attractions, there's also an option to book your tickets online in advance using unique codes found inside Kellogg's cereal packets (though you'll still pay the on-the-gate price). Technically, these codes can be combined with the physical vouchers to obtain two free adult tickets with two full-price child tickets purchased - see 'more info' for full details.

More info

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.

Also check the venue's individual opening dates as some are closed at certain times of the year. There are also some extra excluded dates in 2018 listed below (2019 exclusion dates will be available from the end of the 2018 season):

  • 21-31 Aug and 25 Dec at all attractions
  • 30 Mar-15 Apr, 21, 22 and 28-29 Jul, 4, 5 and 11-12 Aug, and 31 Dec at the Coca-Cola London Eye
  • 14-17 Apr and 31 Dec at Shrek’s Adventure! London
  • 14-17 Apr and 27-29 Oct at The London Dungeon
  • 6-Oct-4 Nov at The Blackpool Tower Circus (The Blackpool Tower Eye is open subject to weather conditions)
  • 19-31 Oct at Thorpe Park
  • 27-31 Oct at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, 27-29 Oct at The York and Edinburgh Dungeons
  • 1 Dec-1 Mar 2019 at Legoland Windsor

 

Promotional vouchers aren't valid at secondary attractions and don’t guarantee entry into attractions in the event of venue capacity being reached. Offer can't be used with any other offer or concession, reward or loyalty schemes.

Or book online in advance using promo codes on cereal packets

To guarantee entry in advance, you can book tickets online (excludes The Blackpool Tower Circus) at a special Merlin website ahead of your visit. To do this, you need a unique code found inside promotional packs of Kellogg’s cereal only, on the underside of the carton flap.

This method of redeeming the offer requires you to pay the gate price in advance and print out your tickets. At selected attractions, you can scan these tickets and walk right through the gates, enabling you to beat the queues.

Legoland Windsor logoLegoland: MoneySaving tips & tricksIncluding email offers and redeeming loyalty points

Ongoing

There are always ways to save money at Legoland, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.

Ways to save include:

  • Offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the Legoland email newsletter you'll receive MoneySaving offers direct to your inbox.

  • Get an annual pass. If you’re planning multiple visits, you can buy an annual Merlin pass for 12 months' unlimited entry into a range of attractions including Legoland. It normally costs £179, or less per person if you're buying for a family, but look out for promotional discounts.

  • Check out similar theme parks. If you’re not committed to visiting Legoland, have a look at other Merlin attractions including Alton TowersChessington World of Adventures and Thorpe Park.

  • Want more? Read our Cheap Theme Parks and Cheap Days Out guides for more MoneySaving tips.

  • Had a problem with Legoland? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Legoland*.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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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, 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. 

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.

More info
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.

Tesco Clubcard logoUp to 75% off theme parks with Clubcard*Use at 20 theme parks, or over 200 days out venues

Mar-Oct
Convert Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Boost tokens* and on some theme parks you get four times the vouchers' face value to use on tickets, eg, £5 in points converts into £20 worth of Boost rewards.

Here are some of the places you can visit:

The London Dungeon*
Alton Towers*
Blackpool Pleasure Beach*
Chessington*
Drayton Manor*
Legoland*
Lightwater Valley*
Legoland Discovery Centre*
Longleat*
Madame Tussaud's London*
Thorpe Park*
Warwick Castle*

For how to fully maximise Clubcard points, see the Loyalty Schemes guide.

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Merlin logoDiscounted 1-yr Merlin theme parks pass £129Norm £179. Unlimited entry to Legoland, Alton Towers etc

Expired

You can get an annual 'standard' Merlin pass via this link at the discounted price of £129 per person until 11.59pm on Mon 12 Feb. After that, it will rise to the normal 2018 price of £179 per person.

The pass gets you unlimited visits to 32 attractions including Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and the Blackpool Tower.

Warning: The pass can’t be used at central London attractions in August, or at some theme parks during key summer school holiday weekends – check full exclusiions in the 'more info' section below.

Is it worth it?

Given you could also go to many attractions using a 2for1 voucher, eg, Legoland for two people costs £55ish with 2for1 tickets (see our Theme Parks guide), you need to make about five theme park visits during the year to make it worth buying an annual pass – more for cheaper attractions.

Buying for three to five people?

If you're buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'standard family' rate of £109 per person, going up to £139 on Tue 13 Feb. You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate.

Got Tesco points?

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

More info

Passes can either be collected from the attraction or in selected cases they can be posted out (allow 7-10 working days for distribution). They'll be valid for one year from the date they're posted to you or from the date you collect them.

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+ will need their own pass at most Merlin attractions, although the age at which Merlin charges varies depending on the attraction (see number 33 in the full Merlin annual pass T&Cs). There's no difference in price for children's and adults' annual passes.

The following restrictions apply to the 'standard' Merlin annual pass:

  • Thorpe Park, Chessington, Alton Towers, Legoland Windsor and Warwick Castle: no entry on any Friday, Saturday or Sunday in Aug, or on Sat 1 and Sun 2 Sep
  • 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, 30 Mar, 2 Apr, 7 May, 28 May, 25 Dec and 26 Dec, or during the whole of August
  • London Eye: no entry on 14 Feb
  • London Dungeon: no entry from 26-28 Oct
  • Only valid for daytime entry at Warwick Castle
  • Secondary attractions, entry outside of normal park opening hours and special events may be subject to additional charges 
  • Parking not included

Merlin logoDiscounted 1-yr Merlin theme parks pass £139Norm £179. Unlimited entry to Legoland, Alton Towers etc

Expired

If you’re a regular at the big theme parks and attractions, you can get an annual 'standard' Merlin pass via this link at the discounted price of £139 until 11.59pm on Mon 3 Jul. After that, it will rise to the normal 2017 price of £179 per person.

The pass gets you unlimited visits to 32 attractions including Legoland, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, London Eye and Sea Life centres.

Given you could also go to many attractions using a 2for1 voucher (see our Theme Parks guide), but these wouldn’t be valid with an annual pass, you’d need to make about five theme park visits during the year to make it worth buying in most cases. See 'more info' below as a few exclusions apply, so check before buying.

Buying for three to five people?

If you're buying passes for between three and five people (max three over-12s), you can get them at the reduced 'standard family' rate of £119 per person, going up to £139 on Mon 3 Jul. You don't technically need to be family, or even visit together, so adults can team up to get the cheaper rate.

Got Tesco points?

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

Passes can either be collected from the attraction or in selected cases they can be posted out (allow 7-10 working days for distribution). They'll be valid for one year from the date they're posted to you or from the date you collect them.

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+ will need their own pass at most Merlin attractions, although the age at which Merlin charges varies depending on the attraction (see number 33 in the full Merlin annual pass T&Cs). There's no difference in price for children's and adults' annual passes.

The following restrictions apply to the 'standard' Merlin annual pass:

  • 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 or on Tue 26 Dec
  • London Dungeon: no entry from 28-31 Oct
  • Secondary attractions and special events may be subject to additional charges 
  • Parking not included

Legoland Windsor logo2 free Legoland Windsor tix with £6ish spendCollect 10 tokens from paper, get first by Sun 28 May

Expired

Collect 10 different tokens printed in The Sun (50p weekdays, or 70p on Saturdays), and The Sun on Sunday (£1) from Sat 20 May until Tue 6 June to get two free tickets to Legoland Windsor. The Sun has 125,000 pairs of tickets to give away, spread across valid dates from Jun-Oct 2017.

Once you have your 10 tokens - the last day to start collecting is Sun 28 May – apply by post with a completed application form, which will be printed in The Sun on Thu 25 May, or you can download it online to print out.

You can't choose an exact date for your tickets, you'll have to choose five date bands in order of preference from a list of 10 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.

First chance to book is Mon 29 May and it's first-come, first-served to get the date band you want, so you should apply as soon as possible and by Mon 19 Jun, the closing date for applications.

How much can I save?

Including the cost of buying the newspapers on the days they're cheapest and paying for a first-class stamp, you're looking at a total minimum spend of £5.64. As adult and child tickets at Legoland Windsor cost up to £60 each on the gate, this could save you up to £114.36.

Although you can get tickets for much cheaper than the full cost by using a 2for1 voucher or booking in advance (see all theme park deals), this deal is still going to save you the most money - if you're able and willing to put the effort into collecting tokens.

More info

Unfortunately, you can't get this offer if you live in Northern Ireland.

You'll receive your tickets via email (unless you opt in to receive them by post) within 28 days - although tickets for band A dates will be sent out as a priority.

It's only open to people aged 18+ and it's one application per household - if you send multiple applications from the same household they’ll all be void. 

You must write five of these ten available date bands in order of preference on the bottom right-hand corner on the front of the envelope you send your application in. The dates bands are:

A

18/06/2017

26/06/2017

B

27/06/2017

10/07/2017

C

11/07/2017

24/07/2017

D

25/07/2017

07/08/2017

E

08/08/2017

21/08/2017

F

22/08/2017

04/09/2017

G

05/09/2017

18/09/2017

H

19/09/2017

02/10/2017

I

03/10/2017

16/10/2017

J

17/10/2017

30/10/2017

 

You'll then be allocated a specific date on which you can use the tickets, and this is unchangeable. Applications that do not have the five bands indicated in order of preference will be processed last.

If your tickets or application get lost in the post, The Sun and Legoland Windsor aren't liable.

It can't be used with any other offer.

Legoland Windsor logo50% off Legoland tix with £3ish spendVia McDonald's Happy Meal voucher, valid for 2-5 people

Expired

Buy a McDonald's Lego Batman Happy Meal (norm £2.50ish) before Tue 21 Mar to get a voucher on the box for half-price Legoland Windsor or Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester on-the-gate individual tickets for two-five people until October.

The group of two-five people must contain at least one child (aged 3-15 at Legoland Windsor or 3-17 at Legoland Discovery Centre) - under-threes go free and don't count towards the qualifying group.

At Legoland Windsor anyone aged 3+ normally pays £60 on the gate, at Legoland Discovery Centre it’s normally £19 for adults and £15 for kids aged 3+, but you’ll get 50% off these individual ticket prices with this voucher. 

To redeem the voucher, hand it in at the admissions booth at Legoland Windsor between 10 Mar and 30 Oct 2017, or at Legoland Discovery Centre by 20 Oct 2017 (there are some excluded dates, see 'more info' below).

How much can I save?

Based on five people visiting, including the cost of buying a £2.50 McDonald's Happy Meal, this deal could save you up to £147.50 at Legoland Windsor. At Legoland Discovery Centre you could save up to £43 for four adults and one child.

Although you can get tickets for much cheaper than the normal cost by using a 2for1 voucher, this 50% off deal will be stronger for larger groups as it gets up to five people in for half-price with just one voucher. See more theme park deals.

More info

The following dates are excluded at Legoland Windsor: 13-16 Mar, 21- 22 Mar, 28-29 Mar, 9-10 May, 16-17 May, 23-24 May, 19 Aug- 3 Sep, 6 Sep, 12-13 Sep, 19-21 Sep, 26-28 Sep, 3-5 Oct and 10-11 Oct. The voucher's not valid at Legoland Discovery Centre on Wed 28 Feb.

Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or advance booking. Excludes secondary ticketed events/hotel events/concerts at both attractions.

Legoland Windsor logoTwo Legoland tix with £17ish spendCollect four codes from paper, get first by Sun 19 Feb

Expired

Collect four unique codes printed in The Times (£1.40 weekdays, or £1.50 on Saturdays), and The Sunday Times (£2.50) until Wed 22 Feb to get two tickets to Legoland Windsor for £10, plus a £1.50 booking fee.

Once you have your codes - the last day to start collecting is Sun 19 Feb – enter them online and select a date to visit between Fri Mar 10 and Mon May 15, subject to availability - see 'more info' below for a list of 10 excluded dates during this period when the park's closed.

You can book from Wed 15 Feb and it's first-come, first-served to get the date you want, so you should apply as soon as possible and before Sun 26 Feb. The Times and The Sunday Times subscribers can get this offer without collecting codes.

How much can I save?

Including the cost of buying the newspapers on the days they're cheapest, you're looking at a total minimum spend of £17.10. As adult tickets at Leogoland can cost up to £60 each on the gate, this could save you up to £102.90, although you can get tickets for much cheaper than the full cost by using a 2for1 voucher or booking in advance (see all theme park deals).

Yet this deal is still going to save you the most money – if you’re able and willing to put the effort into collecting tokens.

More info

Offer open to UK residents aged 18+ only. You'll receive your tickets via email. They're non-refundable and must be used together on the same date.

The offer's not valid on the following dates when the park is closed: 13-16 Mar, 21- 22-Mar, 28-29 Mar, 9-10 May.

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