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Thorpe Park Fright Night in HALF TERM > 2 Days Park Entry + 1 Night Hotel Stay + Breakfast from £200.00 for a family of four!

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Thorpe Park are celebrating 15 Years of Fear with an Early Bird offer on their Fright Nights in October. 2 Day Park Entry Tickets are priced at £47.99 pp so thought some of the short break offers at t…
wishihadadonkey Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Please explain how 4 adults stay at Hilton Woking on the 30th of Oct for £220.

It doesn't say four adults, it's 2 adults + 2 kids/young adults as per OP "Link goes to the site, but below are some of the prices / dates I've found, ALL include 2 Days Entry to Fright Night Thorpe Park + 1 Night Hotel Stay & Breakfast for 2 Adults & 2 Children."
Water rides in October will be... fun !
Please explain how 4 adults stay at Hilton Woking on the 30th of Oct for £220.
cold..... alton towers are doing fear all year round!

haha I voted hot really :p
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Thorpe Park annual pass £49.00

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Annual pass for Thorpe Park on any standard day for only £49 so if you plan to go more than twice in the year it works out cheaper to get the annual pass. A supplement can be paid for entry into speci…
isq Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago13 Comments
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clicking on this link takes me to the Thorpe park website where the price is £59.99 not £49.99 as quoted. am I doing something wrong
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benlondon
this is the same deal they have had forever, nothing special

Isn't the normal annual pass £69.99 so this is saving £20 ?
Handy if you are buying a few.


​nope, always £49.99, I have bought at this price for many years now
benlondon
this is the same deal they have had forever, nothing special

Isn't the normal annual pass £69.99 so this is saving £20 ?
Handy if you are buying a few.
this is the same deal they have had forever, nothing special
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Thorpe Park Tickets for Just 12p. Limited number available on FRIDAY 25th MARCH at 10am

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To celebrate the opening of Derren Brown's Ghost Train, Thorpe Park are rolling back the ticket prices to 12p! Offer will be available on FRIDAY 25th MARCH at 10am at: https://www.thorpepark.com/12…
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Has anyone received anything from the "new" codes?

However Sun newspaper starts giving its free tickets from Saturday


Edited By: ohdearohdear on Apr 21, 2016 16:15
I tried registering with three different email accounts, got the initial email to all of them and won... nothing! lol

Can't fault Thorpe Park for their attempts in trying to make up for the initial mistake. And it has (annoyingly) made me really keen to go this year now.

Guess I'll just need to keep an eye on eBay for any potential profiteers off-loading their prizes.
Lol I registered first time round with two accounts and received no emails on both accounts
I bet those not won this time will moan again!!
stuartpaton12
I have managed to win four tickets, anytime before October 6th excluding special events.
Congrats, nothing here so guessing not so lucky!
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2 days in park, night at hotel, Approx £34pp based on a Family Four INCLUDING Breakfast @ Thorpe Park! (see dates in 1st comment) £134.00

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Thought this was a bargain price, for the first time ever kids go free on Thorpe Park Breaks - Local hotel, works out at approx £33pp which i've included breakfast in price at approx £15 for four peop…
goonertillidie Avatar8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago18 Comments
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Great deal Thanks OP! Just begrudgingly booked for August school Hols!
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rbsjp
how much to pay for parking at Thorpe Park? Are the rides suitable for children aged 9?
Free parking last time I went. There are a few rides for children but if I'm honest it's more for the teens and upwards. Wouldn't be taking my kids and they're aged 8 and 10.

Those are the ages of my kids too. Is there really not enough for younger ones? The website seems to suggest there's quite a lot.
How much would just the tickets cost with the kelloggs offer (buy 1 child and adult goes free?) Is this cheaper for 2 days?
not so hot they charge more for children 11 - 15 and call them young adults
rbsjp
how much to pay for parking at Thorpe Park? Are the rides suitable for children aged 9?

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The car park is charged at a rate of £6 per day, it is advised that you purchase a car park ticket prior to your visit if you are booking online. We operate a barrier system on exit, please be considerate of our other guests and ensure you have your ticket ready to be scanned when leaving. Items are left in your vehicle at your own risk.

https://www.thorpepark.com/resort-information/facilities/
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Two days worth of tickets + Night at shark Hotel with free film + Breakfast + Free parking + Hour of unlimited FastTrack & More from £38.50pp (based on a fam four) @ Thorpe Park (See below for examples)

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Thorpe Park have lanched an offer if you book by the end of January you'll save upto 30% off and get 2nd day free. You'll be staying on the Shark Hotel and get the following included 2nd Day at
goonertillidie Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago21 Comments
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What's the chances for August bank holiday Pls
FREE movie (JAWS) was the deal clencher for me :-o
I'd rather not
Yeah, cheers. Loving our staycations in the summers
Couple of days at the parks, parking on both days, no traffic leaving, breakfast, and somewhere walking distance to crash for £170 (4 of us in mid Aug)
Who cares if it's small, we won't be in till late and up for breakie at 7 to be in the parks for the early hour
thesvenhen
[quote=jasee] It looks gross /quote]I went earlier in 2015 for about £50 per person, the rooms are very small, but very cute. Girlfriend said she would live in one haha

They must get damned hot in the summer unless there's air conditioning. £50 per person is expensive, I think.

I just paid an average of £33 pounds per person for a proper hotel room ensuite bathroom, loo, free parking, for about two weeks including a full English breakfast just near Osterley. But then you'll be charged for parking and entry is likely to be £25 or more unless you've got a merlin pass. So I guess this is a good deal.

Edited By: jasee on Jan 11, 2016 21:17
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Fright Night - 2 days worth of tickets, 1 night stay at hotel, plus breakfast from £152 for a family four! @ Thorpe Park

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Some bargain prices, most kids are on half term Brave a short break to An Island Like No Other this October half term and face the UK's most thrilling Halloween event. Experience world-class roller…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago5 Comments
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I went last saturday (the 10th) it was packed the mazes opened at 3 and we managed to get in the queue for cabin in the woods and waited an hour but that was all we did as others were 2 hours but were actually longer as the signs didnt go more than 2 hours. The blair witch wasnt open till 6 and the big top was constantly 2 hours. We lined up for my bloody valentine but it broke down mid queue and everyone started climbing over the barriers. So after this we went home. Saying that the queues in the daytime were not too bad it was a case of catching them at the righg time. But saw the ride we think as it was halloween related was busy allday and we had to obtain fast passes to get on. But word to the wise if your looking to do mazes then be prepared to queue not ride as 12 hours seems alot but isnt when you take into account the queue times and i wouldnt recommend booking on the first weekend of fright nights
how good are these scare houses compared to Alton Towers?

I have been going to Alton Towers for Halloween for the last 5 years and love it, but would just like to know from people how good Thorpe Park is. for Halloween
I went last Sunday. the 'long' queue times are exaggerated to encourage you to buy Fast Track Passes. The longest we waited was half an hour even though we were told it was a 70 minute wait. Fast track passes do get you through quite quickly though.
Cakeboy79
I was there last Friday and the queues for the Halloween stuff, the Saw Maze, Big Top etc etc were around 2 hours. It worked well for us as the rest of the park was pretty quiet and we didn't wait for more than about 15 minutes for anything else.
That said, if you're going for the scary stuff then expect to wait. Good price for four people though, just remember the £5 parking fee each day as well

Went in 2014 and found the same thing with queues. What we did to minimise the waits was look at the five (that year) houses and strike off the one that was rated lowest for scares (Blair Witch as it was), then get fast passes for the three middle ones at £5pp before joining the queue for the first maze early (took about 20 mins to get in). We then went and queued for Blair Witch as the wait time had gone right down later in the night.

Even the fast pass queues could be 30+ mins!

Parking is usually included in the onsite hotel deals, FWIW.


Edited By: DJBenz on Oct 16, 2015 08:54
I was there last Friday and the queues for the Halloween stuff, the Saw Maze, Big Top etc etc were around 2 hours. It worked well for us as the rest of the park was pretty quiet and we didn't wait for more than about 15 minutes for anything else.

That said, if you're going for the scary stuff then expect to wait. Good price for four people though, just remember the £5 parking fee each day as well
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Get 2 days for the price of 1 on all THORPE PARK Breaks at Thorpe Park

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Get your 2nd Day FREE at the THORPE PARK Resort with all hotel and ticket packages. "You can now enjoy your 2nd Day FREE when booking with any of our nearby hotels which have been hand—picked to ca…
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Thorpe Park 12 Months Annual Pass @ £49.99

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12 months Thorpe park annual pass, unlimited entry and 20% off food and drink. Restrictions apply such as additional fee for fright night etc. good value in my opinion.
jakus911 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago59 Comments
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Great Value at £49.99 but I would and have gone for the Merlin annual pass in their so called sale (at the end of December). Granted will cost approx. £130 per person (Family premium pass) but you will be able to visit so many more attractions with that pass and also get free parking at the theme parks
ianh82
went today and it was busy, well, 45 mins for nemisis and swarm. lovely day. £5 car park fee. sucks and should be free, just copying american parks which are $10!!

Actually,they are all $17.00 - I know I paid it this week for Universal, Disney & Busch Gardens (_;)
Elysium
Thorpe Park incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Thorpe_Park
Alton Towers incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Alton_Towers
Chessington incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Chessington_World_of_Adventures
People can go to if they want. I have not ONCE mentioned to other people to not go. I clearly said I myself would not go after such a big accident. This accident caused 3 other rides in Thorpe Park and Chessington (owned by the same company) to close for further saftey checks.
So call me names or a scaredy cat all you want. It might not happen to you today or tomorrow or even at all, but it will happen to an innocent teenager/adult all because of safety faults from Merlin Entertainment.

I wouldn't say it's a bad thing that marlin closed similar rides as at the time they didn't know what caused the incident.If they hadn't of shut them and there was a safely issue with them then everyone would be slagging them off,yet they do the right thing and people still moan,yet it turns out the ride itself was not at fault and the safety features worked perfectly,it was just the human element that was at fault and you can never rule out people making mistakes no matter what field they are working in and how well they are trained.

Have you got any links to accident statistics for the major roads and motorways that lead to Alton towers ?

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Sep 08, 2015 12:01
Elysium
Thorpe Park incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Thorpe_Park
Alton Towers incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Alton_Towers
Chessington incident historyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incidents_at_European_amusement_parks#Chessington_World_of_Adventures
People can go to if they want. I have not ONCE mentioned to other people to not go. I clearly said I myself would not go after such a big accident. This accident caused 3 other rides in Thorpe Park and Chessington (owned by the same company) to close for further saftey checks.
So call me names or a scaredy cat all you want. It might not happen to you today or tomorrow or even at all, but it will happen to an innocent teenager/adult all because of safety faults from Merlin Entertainment.

Did you even bother reading the incident history at Alton Towers?! You must be terrified just to leave the house...

With 3 million visitors a year, Alton Towers has likely served 60 million people since its creation. If each of those visitors went on just 3 rides per visit, then that is 180 million passenger rides. In that time, there has been ONE major incident (Smiler), one big incident (Runaway Train) and a half dozen or so incidents that are barely even worth mentioning.

With those odds, you are definitely at more risk on the way to Alton Towers than you are on any of the rides.

Just get some perspective before making knee jerk reactions. Alternatively, keep on with the knee jerk reaction approach, and spend your whole life fearing things that don't need to be feared.
I thought they stopped the 20% food and drink?
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2 Days worth of Park tickets, Night in Shark hotel, Free Breakfast, Parking, 1 hour unlimited fast track & more from as little as £44pp based on Family 4 @ Thorpe Park

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Thought this was pretty good value, esp in the school holidays! i'll list some dates / prices below but you'll get 2 days worth of park tickets An hour's unlimited fastrack between 10am-11am
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago9 Comments
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Favourite theme park!
Don't forget life or sickness insurance on top of these prices? cough cough
Stayed here in October last year. Rooms are basically converted shipping containers. They're comfortable and clean, but as mentioned have no windows except for the round one in the door. One double bed and two bunk beds, so a family of 4 max. Stayed just me and my son for Fright Nights. Our air-con was fine, could switch it on and off at will. The TV was another matter, it wouldn't go off unless I switched it off at the wall. The people on reception are very helpful with any problems with the room and sort things out quickly.

The hour of fast track in the morning is useful, but although you can get in the park at 9.45 the rides don't start until gone 10am. Good for getting the busy rides done first though. One thing against Thorpe Park is its queue management is terrible, with the big coasters easily pushing 3 hour waits. Worse still, when the announcement at one ride was saying 2+ hours, the display screens in the park were saying 90 minutes. Expect to either queue for most of your day or shell out for fast track tickets if you want to do more than three coasters in a day.
It says there is no swimming pool..at a shark hotel.

Do the sharks come with frickin laser beams at least?
What do people expect for this money? A 5 star hotel???
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Two days worth of Tickets + Early Ride Time + 1 night in Shark Hotel + Breakfast + WiFi + Free Parking from Approx £43.75pp! Based on a fam of four £175

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Now even cheaper - had a quick browse on some dates and as little as £43.75pp! 9th June £175 = £43.75pp 15th June £175 16th June £175 17th June £175 22nd June £175 24th June £175 26th June £1…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago18 Comments
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Shark Hotel is my favourite
http://scruffy.proper.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Shark-progress.jpg
Wow that does look a bloody small room, with 2 kids in there as well... Hardly what I'd call a place to 'chill' lmfao
Gregertron
Was up there yesterday, didn't stay there but walked past the "hotel". All I can say is they look like someone has decorated and plumbed a port-a-cabin!!! For all I know it Might be great but from looks alone I'm not sure I'd stay in them.
Great price for 2 days and a stay over though.
Not even a porta cabin, they ARE containers. Like the ones transferred from ferries, trains and lorries. An ok price would be £25-£50. It is a bed for the night and that is it.
Was up there yesterday, didn't stay there but walked past the "hotel". All I can say is they look like someone has decorated and plumbed a port-a-cabin!!! For all I know it Might be great but from looks alone I'm not sure I'd stay in them.
Great price for 2 days and a stay over though.
Haven't even put the name of the place in the title, which is impressive given how long and illegible the title is. Cold.
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Thorpe Park Pay for a Day and Get 2015 Season Pass £49.99

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This deal is on the Thorpe Park Website today. The price for a Season Pass is down to a Day Pass.
aonh2000 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago1 Comment
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Great deal for theme park lovers.
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Two days worth of Tickets + Early Ride Time + 1 night in Shark Hotel + Breakfast + WiFi + Free Parking from Approx £54p @ Thorpe Park (Family Four) £215.00

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Various dates, some slightly higher depending on dates Note this is based on a Family of four - Note can be 4 adults if you wish or 2 adults and 2 children etc 9th june £215 = £53.75pp 10th Ju…
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crissy_uk
It seems weird that a hotel named after a shark has no pool
The shark name may be financially motivated, not marine
e4kenndr
As others have mentioned, please Google shark hotel before buying this, how on earth they can get away with calling it a hotel I don't know. This would be your rock bottom basic room blocks anywhere else.
oh wow, it is literally like a porta-cabin
The 54p part attracted me, until I woke up a little and noticed the £ in front. I'm guessing they meant £54pp. Oh well, sorry family.

Edited By: Mebster on May 05, 2015 22:03
Beware, this is their deluxe cabin!!!
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Thorpe Park Half Price Tickets on there official website at £24.99 a ticket.

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O2 Priority are doing a Half Price Deal at £24.99 a ticket. You have to buy 2-5 ticket s to get the half price and once purchased through the website you can print out your park tickets and gain fast
Jazzmata22 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago3 Comments
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Thanks for this - I promised my son I would take him to fright night tomorrow. The tickets were £24.99 a week ago, but it's taken him a while to check if any of his friends want to come and when i went back to book today the price is over £40 a ticket, using the code got me back down to the original price - so thanks for that
Heyyy It says O2 priority, does this mean it is only exclusive to O2 customers. Or can anyone use it?
Where do they get that it's 50% off? Tickets range from £24.99 to £39.99.

Granted still a saving on certain days, but certainly not 50% off.
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All Inclusive One Day Digital Photopass for Thorpe Park (via PicSolve.com) for £20.00

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For £20 you can get digital copies of all your ride photos for a day at Thorpe Park. This is a big saving over getting several physical prints with the free digital copies. We purchased our One
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Possibly true, but if you want images of you and your friends of partners on several rides this is a poorly advertised option. You could combine it with another deal for getting photos printed and get a lot of physical images for a much lower price.


Good thinking there Bat Man ..... :-)
WillPS
I'm not really sure you can directly compare the cost with that of a physical print (which is also a rip off). The whole point is that it's a keepsake.


True say on that one ..... :-(

Lol. :-)
Possibly true, but if you want images of you and your friends of partners on several rides this is a poorly advertised option. You could combine it with another deal for getting photos printed and get a lot of physical images for a much lower price.
Here is a large version of the T&Cs picture https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/95544758/thorpePark-DitialPhotoDeal/ThorpeParkOneDayAllInclusiveDigitalPhotoPassTCs.jpg

And one of the other side of the cards Your text here

You can see the £20 charge on our receipt. This deal does not seem to come up on their website or anywhere else online. We found out about it from a couple we saw using their voucher at the ride exit.
I'm not really sure you can directly compare the cost with that of a physical print (which is also a rip off). The whole point is that it's a keepsake.
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thorpe park ministry of sound from £15.00

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tickets are now on sale (although, ive just seen them, was on here last week and didnt see this however did see the fright night tickets) tickets star from £15 (if you have an annual pass), £20 if
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There is zero mention of the who the DJ line up are, which to me is the crucial detail. So I dug around and hear it's Just Geo and Charlie Tee. I think the former plays dubstep and the latter, no idea. It won't be a great evening musically anyway.
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1 Night stay in the new 4* Thorpe 'Shark' Hotel with free wi-fi + 2 Days park tickets including Exclusive First To Ride Time + Breakfast + Entertainment + Free Parking £160.00 for family of four @ Thorpe Park

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£160 for the 12th May / 13th May / 14th May / 15th May / 16th May - You can get cheaper by staying off site but think the extra money is well worth the stay and having thorpe park in your back garden…
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Heat for the entertainment in this post!
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cov4theprem
There is no premier Inn there and it is never 29 quid either. Travelodge has just opened in Chertsey tho...

There is one 4 miles up the road and you can book for £29 in advanced...

Free breakfast and on-park accommodation more than cancels out that £24.04.... Hot from me, just a shame the prices aren't as cheap for just two people!

Yes me too, £24 for breakfast is a total bargain

Breakfast for four at Premier Inn: £33
Plus the petrol to get to and from the park PLUS parking at the hotel AND early entry
It more than cancels out that £24.04
Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.
All I'm going to say is Big Lol ! Hot deal tho !
Can anyone tell me the ages of the kids please ta.
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Thorpe park annual pass £48.00

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Just seen this. Great price for annual pass.
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Family of 3adults and 6kids looking for deals for a day out at Thorpe park in August 2014 stopping at Thorpe park caravan park at haven net to Thorpe park can you help I've sin the Kellogg's free adult entry voucher s but just can't get enough off them thanks
£55.60 ??
Very tempting....
joanne250
does this include parking? (£5 a visit currently)

They charge for parking now?!
does this include parking? (£5 a visit currently)
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Thorpe Park Tickets for £20.00 each on many 2014 dates, when booked before 31st March online.

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Does what it says on the tin.. £20 entry on many 2014 dates when booked online before 31st March 2014
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englishrob
Just booked :)
Annual passes are only £48 too

Nice one. I also post that some time ago :)
Just booked :)
Annual passes are only £48 too
Was able to book today :-P
Heat added but couldn't book as tickets "unavailable" :-/
M1ke_Hunt
what's the queue times like during the summer hols, same as alton towers I guess?

It depends on the ride but expect 1-2 hours on peak days.
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Thorpe Park Annual Pass only £48.00 plus 20% off food and shopping while there.

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Get an Annual pass to Thorpe for the same price as a one day pass, Plus 20% off at the park on food and shopping. Grab a THORPE PARK Annual Pass and enjoy 12 months of adrenaline-fuelled fun at the…
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geebelle
Got merlin annual passes for £40 each when we stayed at the alton towers hotel at the end of December it was discounted from £79 as we were hotel guests - couldnt say no for that price!!

You jammy sod..
Got merlin annual passes for £40 each when we stayed at the alton towers hotel at the end of December it was discounted from £79 as we were hotel guests - couldnt say no for that price!!
pineapple12
Ok if you dont mind going out of season otherwise long queues, broken down rides, packed park with hordes of teenagers.

Then go for a weekend. Its a pass for the whole season after all
Ok if you dont mind going out of season otherwise long queues, broken down rides, packed park with hordes of teenagers.
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
Think a Merlin annual pass is half price at the moment, £79 each if I remember correctly (if you by 3 or more passes). Might be of interest to people wanting to go to all the other parks too.

Yes it is. £105 for a single pass.
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Thorpe Park annual pass £48.00

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Just thought I would look on the Thorpe Park site for new rides for 2014 and saw that they are doing the annual pass for £48 - basically the same price as one on the door ticket. Obviously most of us
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If people are having trouble on their mobile's, here's a link to help.

http://www.thorpepark.com/prices/annual-passes.aspx?tabnum=2
His come this isn't expired? Got my hopes up :/
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fy0412
probably better waiting for the merlin pass to drop down to £100 get access to all attractions then including alton towers, lego land, chessington ect

Totally agree - when does that tend to happen?
I want to go to the Dungeons in London, I want to go on the Eye, I want to go to Thorpe Park also... I might wait for the Merlin pass then....