Alton Towers £25 ticket for adult and child (under 5)
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Alton Towers £25 ticket for adult and child (under 5)

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Found 14th Oct
Visit the Theme Park with your toddler on selected dates, excluding Scarefest & Fireworks, with our exclusive online Parent and Toddler ticket. For just £25 you and your toddler (under 5) can access the whole Theme Park, including CBeebies Land!

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How does this work for two adults? Do you just buy a second £25 ticket? Saying that, under a certain age kids go free anyway

You need a child under 5 so easiest way is send the kid back out the gates once one parent is in then the second parent has a child to go in with

tobybowes1 h, 14 m ago

How does this work for two adults? Do you just buy a second £25 ticket? …How does this work for two adults? Do you just buy a second £25 ticket? Saying that, under a certain age kids go free anyway


We’ve been twice with these tickets- 2 adult £25 tickets with one child ticket and didnt have any problem

gazjac1 h, 56 m ago

You need a child under 5 so easiest way is send the kid back out the gates …You need a child under 5 so easiest way is send the kid back out the gates once one parent is in then the second parent has a child to go in with


Was going to say there's a gap between ticket booth and gate anyway so could just get 2nd parent to Q qith same child again to save any stress for the kid.


That being said the place is running itself in to the ground of late, so many things have shut down or been closed "temporarily" (over a year) for cost cutting measures, not worth your money anymore, I'd reccommend Drayton Manor or Blackpool Pleasure beach over Alton nowadays, not far from it either.

We did this the other week and you can buy another child (5-14) ticket for an extra £5 at the same time
Edited by: "jdrobson00" 15th Oct

e4kenndr17 h, 57 m ago

Was going to say there's a gap between ticket booth and gate anyway so …Was going to say there's a gap between ticket booth and gate anyway so could just get 2nd parent to Q qith same child again to save any stress for the kid.That being said the place is running itself in to the ground of late, so many things have shut down or been closed "temporarily" (over a year) for cost cutting measures, not worth your money anymore, I'd reccommend Drayton Manor or Blackpool Pleasure beach over Alton nowadays, not far from it either.


It's a dark day indeed when Blackpool Pleasure Beach is being recommended over Alton Towers because AT is the one that's run down...

The only dates available are today and Friday? Everything else is unavailable
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