Alton Towers 2018 Season Pass - £55
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Alton Towers 2018 Season Pass - £55

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Found 5th Jan
Alton Towers have a new 2018 Season Pass; does not include car parking.

Costing £55 for guests of all ages, the pass grants access to the theme park throughout the season, excluding Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in August and the first weekend of September, as well as Scarefest and Fireworks dates, although entry on these dates can be purchased for £10.
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Splice9 m ago

That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks …That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol


Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc etc stop your from doing everything else too? Theme park accidents like that are extremely rare and only significant one I can think of at alton towers, I suspect safety procedures will have been increased no end since that accident, won't ever stop me going, I'd hate to live wrapped up in cotton wool!
apacheuk5 m ago

Good deal, but went last year stayed at the hotel and whole family got …Good deal, but went last year stayed at the hotel and whole family got food poisoning. Not good with a 3 and 2yr old who loved cbeebies land


That sounds horrific, you have my sympathies.
And food poisoning you say.
aleemiqbal315245 m ago

Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a …Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a system that applies brakes on all carriages in event of faults... we the public should push for a safety procedures we have power because if we don't buy tickets they can't make money. How many more injuries will it take for these super rich business people to open their eyes we are human not walking breathing money things....


The HSE report on the incident is very clear: 2 people overrode the safety controls.

The system worked. The workers failed.
Good deal, unless you actually work for a living...
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Thanks for sharing. I've passed the link on to a friend
decent deal. Guessing theyve suffered alot from the smiler crash a few years back.
Wow that’s really good
Wow thats cheap
Extremeley cheap!
Does it include the waterpark or just the rides?
That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol
Am I silly? I can't find how to purchase this. Clicking the book link takes me to the regular one-day-booking page?
Splice9 m ago

That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks …That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol


Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc etc stop your from doing everything else too? Theme park accidents like that are extremely rare and only significant one I can think of at alton towers, I suspect safety procedures will have been increased no end since that accident, won't ever stop me going, I'd hate to live wrapped up in cotton wool!
Splice9 m ago

That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks …That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol


Has it really put you off? If that's the case then do you not travel in a car, on a plane, in a boat, walk outside your house etc etc etc.
Great deal new wooden roller coaster too
Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a system that applies brakes on all carriages in event of faults... we the public should push for a safety procedures we have power because if we don't buy tickets they can't make money. How many more injuries will it take for these super rich business people to open their eyes we are human not walking breathing money things....
Nice deal, voted hot but I’d sooner front up the extra cash for a premium merlin pass....currently on offer I think?. Heat for those that just want Alton towers though.
greencode14 m ago

Has it really put you off? If that's the case then do you not travel in a …Has it really put you off? If that's the case then do you not travel in a car, on a plane, in a boat, walk outside your house etc etc etc.


I'm fine with all that just not goin theme park
shame I live over 3 hours away, otherwise would have snapped this up. found this has the best mixture of rides and a nice part of the country to visit.
If people don't want to go because of past events good on them! In fact, if you're two minded don't go (pssst, those of us who know everything has risks will benefit because the less people that go, the shorter the lines will be!)
Splice18 m ago

I'm fine with all that just not goin theme park


if its not for you then thats fine...dont add negatively to a great deal...
Good deal, unless you actually work for a living...
Jony5deals39 m ago

Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc …Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc etc stop your from doing everything else too? Theme park accidents like that are extremely rare and only significant one I can think of at alton towers, I suspect safety procedures will have been increased no end since that accident, won't ever stop me going, I'd hate to live wrapped up in cotton wool!


It’s just his/her opinion. Tbf most people would be sceptical of Alton Towers in particular the ride in question as it malfunctioned following the accident.

That being said I’ve been on the Riddler after the crash and I can see why it could be a real risk but I’m a brave b*****.
aleemiqbal315234 m ago

Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a …Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a system that applies brakes on all carriages in event of faults... we the public should push for a safety procedures we have power because if we don't buy tickets they can't make money. How many more injuries will it take for these super rich business people to open their eyes we are human not walking breathing money things....


You do know all roller coasters do have "brakes", and in the case of Alton Towers the system stopped the ride as soon as it detected an issue, it was a user that forced it to continue.
Think of how trains work with the red lights, the "driver" should stop at red lights when the next section of track is still occupied, that is what happened at Alton Towers, however the Controller overrode the signal (which can happen anywhere).
Splice52 m ago

That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks …That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol




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Thanks OP my Son Wants Tickets for there Saves Alot
I can't seem to buy this. It takes you through to a page to buy a ticket for a single day which is £27.50 each
Jony5deals46 m ago

Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc …Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc etc stop your from doing everything else too? Theme park accidents like that are extremely rare and only significant one I can think of at alton towers, I suspect safety procedures will have been increased no end since that accident, won't ever stop me going, I'd hate to live wrapped up in cotton wool!


Very true
aleemiqbal315251 m ago

Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a …Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a system that applies brakes on all carriages in event of faults... we the public should push for a safety procedures we have power because if we don't buy tickets they can't make money. How many more injuries will it take for these super rich business people to open their eyes we are human not walking breathing money things....


The type of safety mechanism you described is not something that could be guaranteed never to fail. People smarter than you and me in the field are already in charge of the matter, and there will have been an investigation and overhaul of the systems in place following the accident.

As it stands there are next to zero injuries in UK theme parks. You have more chance of choking to death on a peanut. If injuries were a regular occurence, the theme park would be shut down.

Every system fails eventually.
Edited by: "Stimpington" 5th Jan
aleemiqbal315245 m ago

Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a …Any theme park that has rides with more than one carriage on should have a system that applies brakes on all carriages in event of faults... we the public should push for a safety procedures we have power because if we don't buy tickets they can't make money. How many more injuries will it take for these super rich business people to open their eyes we are human not walking breathing money things....


The HSE report on the incident is very clear: 2 people overrode the safety controls.

The system worked. The workers failed.
Jony5deals53 m ago

Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc …Does all the car accidents, plane accidents, workplace accidents etc etc etc stop your from doing everything else too? Theme park accidents like that are extremely rare and only significant one I can think of at alton towers, I suspect safety procedures will have been increased no end since that accident, won't ever stop me going, I'd hate to live wrapped up in cotton wool!


To be fair, that particular ride breaks down a LOT. Broke down the day I went with people stuck upside down for an hour while the awful music drove them nuts.
SlimaB9 m ago

I can't seem to buy this. It takes you through to a page to buy a ticket …I can't seem to buy this. It takes you through to a page to buy a ticket for a single day which is £27.50 each


No issues here. Click link and scroll down to booking button for 2018 season pass.

Just wish it was closer to me and I would have bought it.
Splice1 h, 5 m ago

That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks …That crash that happened puts me off I would like to keep my legs thanks lol


I stubbed my toe once
If you’re going along those lines then we should have automatic cars, everything should be controlled by a computer because shock horror, the smiler accident was caused by a human over ride, the computers actually stopped the rollercoaster but humans being humans took over it.
Good deal, but went last year stayed at the hotel and whole family got food poisoning. Not good with a 3 and 2yr old who loved cbeebies land
Stimpington17 m ago

The type of safety mechanism you described is not something that could be …The type of safety mechanism you described is not something that could be guaranteed never to fail. People smarter than you and me in the field are already in charge of the matter, and there will have been an investigation and overhaul of the systems in place following the accident.As it stands there are next to zero injuries in UK theme parks. You have more chance of choking to death on a peanut. If injuries were a regular occurence, the theme park would be shut down.Every system fails eventually.


Yes you have greater chance of being run over by a HGV with a sewer rat behind the wheel.

I thought people go on these super rides to get a near to death experience anyway
apacheuk5 m ago

Good deal, but went last year stayed at the hotel and whole family got …Good deal, but went last year stayed at the hotel and whole family got food poisoning. Not good with a 3 and 2yr old who loved cbeebies land


That sounds horrific, you have my sympathies.
And food poisoning you say.
It' not just alton towers it can be any park... these are times when we have amazing technology compared to 20 years ago even five years ago they need to invest more for our safety
2017 was a terrible year at the towers. We won't be renewing our Merlin passes this year.
Splice24 m ago

If anything happens too you on a roller coaster you will think back and …If anything happens too you on a roller coaster you will think back and think differently fag


I think the point was , what are the chances..?
master1053 m ago

Good deal, unless you actually work for a living...


Sucks to work in a job with no holiday entitlement
Don’t forget topcashback 3.15%
surely it would be better value to pay £54 more and get the merlin annual pass
master101 h, 1 m ago

Good deal, unless you actually work for a living...


Didn't realise people worked 24 hours per day 7 days per week. How do you find time to go to the supermarket and get some food and drink
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