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Thorpe park Annual Pass 2 for £90 (£45 each)

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Thorpe park Annual Pass 2 for £90 (£45 each)

2 Annual passes for Thorpe Park for the price of one.
This is a better offer than 1 annaul pass for £43.50 as it doesn't require two people to go the theme park to get just 1 annual pass. With this offer you and a friend can go time and time again.

Full price one of entrance is £38 for this 2 people can go as often as you like for 12 months for £45 each
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#1
Is it just me or is the world going mad ? When is it a better deal to buy to Tickets ( 2x For £90) when you could buy 1x For £43.50 or if you CHOOSE to take a friend you could buy two at £43.50 = £87 Making the other deal £3 CHEAPER and meaning that if you had a family of 3 it would be even cheaper still. Voted Cold ....... Unless I have missed something ?
#2
Its not £3 cheaper as doing it your way would only entitle you to 1 annual pass. You'd need 4 people to go to get 2 passes. This way you don't.
#3
Also just before anyone asks how long the pass is valid for, it is valid for a whole year from date of purchase and not till the end of the Thorpe Park season. You would be suprised how many people think it is the latter.

Anyway, this is a great deal and would highly recommend it. I bought an Alton Towers pass at the end of last season and have used it so much - I would buy a Merlin one, but it just live to far from Thorpe and the other attractions.

Deal voted hot!
#4
have these still got your picture (passport) on them or will they just be standard membership cards? as im off there in september and will only go the once so could sell them on if theres no picture on the cards.
#5
whats better for adults: alton towers or thorpe park?
#6
simba2585
whats better for adults: alton towers or thorpe park?


I'll let you know in September :) ,ive been to Alton towers loads of times and love it i always go with a group of mates (adults)
#7
I've allways managed to use a 2for1... so it will take 3 visits before I'm in 'profit', so great deal if you live close but I'm the wrong way round the M25 to go more than once a year.
#8
Went to Thope Park last week, usually go to Alton Towers. Have to say I'm converted. Thorpe park (closer for me) Rides as good if not better. Park much smaller, meaning no massive walks to rides. Its a winner!
#9
I would personally pay £2 extra for that little bit of safety of knowing that I can go by myself with different group whenever I am want and not be attached to the hip to one other person needing to go with me!

Edited By: hanif248 on Jul 26, 2010 02:48: Missing words
#10
Just so you know Thorpe Park also charge you to park now... Even on 2-4-1 i think the prices are shocking... but what you going to do uh!?

Oh and the "live" maze is ****.

Edited By: MeMatt on Jul 26, 2010 02:52: add stuff
#11
Yeah, the Live Maze sucked, but it's a clever idea. Glad I payed the few quid to skip the queue, would have been disappointed after an houras wait for that.

Otherwise, Thorpe Park beats Alton Towers IMO, went to both this month. Better/faster rides.. though maybe not as many. Stealth was insane, and I've never seen a log flume where you get that wet.

If you live close this would be a bargain, I live in South Wales so it'd cost me an arm & leg in petrol going all the time.
#12
MeMatt
Just so you know Thorpe Park also charge you to park now... Even on 2-4-1 i think the prices are shocking... but what you going to do uh!? Oh and the "live" maze is ****.

Thats taking the p1ss even more than they already did!

Entrance fees are a joke, and on 2 for 1 its only 'fair'.

Complete waste of money going on a weekend or during school holidays, unless you enjoy the queing.
#13
Word
Yeah, the Live Maze sucked, but it's a clever idea. Glad I payed the few quid to skip the queue, would have been disappointed after an houras wait for that.

Otherwise, Thorpe Park beats Alton Towers IMO, went to both this month. Better/faster rides.. though maybe not as many. Stealth was insane, and I've never seen a log flume where you get that wet.

If you live close this would be a bargain, I live in South Wales so it'd cost me an arm & leg in petrol going all the time.


On the special Halloween nights they set up a few temporary scare zones, the success of these led to the permanent “live maze”..... became very funny when we “got lost” and went through a door which happened to be the changing rooms!
#14
mark halsall
have these still got your picture (passport) on them or will they just be standard membership cards? as im off there in september and will only go the once so could sell them on if theres no picture on the cards.

Yes They have your photo on them
#15
hanif248
I would personally pay £2 extra for that little bit of safety of knowing that I can go by myself with different group whenever I am want and not be attached to the hip to one other person needing to go with me!

You do know that it is for 2 passes that you get and that you are not attached to them you can use it with out them being there?

Edited By: allycat38 on Jul 26, 2010 06:42: Mistake
#16
I asume this pass is standard entrance? do they do passes that include fast track?
#17
Seems good value if you live close by and intend to go 3 or more times during the year.

I'm taking my 8 year old son to Chessington on Friday while we're down in London. Does anyone think Thorpe Park would be suitable for him too? He likes the rides but not white knuckle ones.

SOS - Yanks Out Now!
#18
Doesn't the other person just have to go the first time with you to pick it up like me and my gf did with ours making this kind of stupid and actually you both still need to go as unless it's a renewal they need a photo for the pass which has to be taken at the point of collection so unless you want two for yourself it's kind of daft not having a go just saying
#19
Also so people are aware they won't let you use a passport or other photo just warning you so you don't make the journey to pick two up and end up disappointed this is coming from an Merlin annual pass holder so I'm not just making it up :-)
#20
rhinopaul
I asume this pass is standard entrance? do they do passes that include fast track?


I was trying to find this out too. I doubt it but worth asking.
#21
Doesn't sound bad to me. Going to use it to within an inch of it's life
#22
Taksim_Red
Seems good value if you live close by and intend to go 3 or more times during the year.

I'm taking my 8 year old son to Chessington on Friday while we're down in London. Does anyone think Thorpe Park would be suitable for him too? He likes the rides but not white knuckle ones.

SOS - Yanks Out Now!


He probably won't be tall enough for many of the good rides... IMO a waste of money unless he's Over 1.4m.
#23
Taksim_Red
Seems good value if you live close by and intend to go 3 or more times during the year.I'm taking my 8 year old son to Chessington on Friday while we're down in London. Does anyone think Thorpe Park would be suitable for him too? He likes the rides but not white knuckle ones.SOS - Yanks Out Now!


Lots more rides at Thorpe Park, but they have the animals and (tiny) sealife bit at Chessington, which I'm sure your son would prefer.

I have a Merlin annual pass - few ppl are aware the standard pass is only valid for 11 months (not August) for the London attractions. The more expensive pass is valid for the full 12months.

Edited By: monkey_whiskers on Jul 27, 2010 01:22: Edit
#24
MeMatt
Just so you know Thorpe Park also charge you to park now....

It's only £2 for the whole day or free to annual pass holders.
#25
PC_Guy_2006
Is it just me or is the world going mad ? When is it a better deal to buy to Tickets ( 2x For £90) when you could buy 1x For £43.50 or if you CHOOSE to take a friend you could buy two at £43.50 = £87 Making the other deal £3 CHEAPER and meaning that if you had a family of 3 it would be even cheaper still. Voted Cold ....... Unless I have missed something ?


Me too are confused with the figures. £90 for 2 annual passes, where as a single annual pass is £43.50. Surely the figures are wrong here on the single annual pass price?
#26
doesnt include fast track but does include 20 percent off all merchandise and food at thorpe park owned food stands and shops
#27
Matt007
PC_Guy_2006
Is it just me or is the world going mad ? When is it a better deal to buy to Tickets ( 2x For £90) when you could buy 1x For £43.50 or if you CHOOSE to take a friend you could buy two at £43.50 = £87 Making the other deal £3 CHEAPER and meaning that if you had a family of 3 it would be even cheaper still. Voted Cold ....... Unless I have missed something ?


to get a pass for 43.50 it involves two people going to the park and using a bogof voucher. The two people would then split the cost of the paid for ticket. Then one of them 2 people can use the paid for ticket as a discount for a student annual pass. That one person would pay £43.50 but the friend would have paid half on the entrance fee but would then need to pay full price for the annual pass
The friend who

Me too are confused with the figures. £90 for 2 annual passes, where as a single annual pass is £43.50. Surely the figures are wrong here on the single annual pass price?

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