Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristbands 2 Adults & 2 Children £15.25pp via KidsPass
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Blackpool Pleasure Beach Wristbands 2 Adults & 2 Children £15.25pp via KidsPass

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SuperEd
Found 20th Apr 2016
Was skipping through the kidspass app and noticed an offer for Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Basically every time you buy an adult wristband on the gate (not online) you get a FREE child wristband, thing is you only need 1 person to have the app per family / household so potentially some big savings.

So 2 Adult Wristbands on gate are £30 = Total £60 and you'll get 2 FREE Child Wristbands + £1 for the Kidspass app for 90 days = £61 devided by 4 = £15.25pp which is a steal (Thanks to simoneroebuck for original kidspass £1 offer)

The same 4 wristbands would cost you £86 online

Note this is not valid on Saturdays or Bank Holidays but can be used on another day and including school holidays

Children are classed as 11 and under
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how big is the theme park compared to flamingo land?

can this be used in summer holidays?
sofiasar

how big is the theme park compared to flamingo land?can this be used in … how big is the theme park compared to flamingo land?can this be used in summer holidays?



In terms of actual size Flamingo Land is way bigger because of the zoo element etc, and Blackpool Pleasure Beach is far more compact and built with the rides squashed in on top of each other (which is something I've always loved about it). In terms of number of rides though they are pretty much equal, and I'd say there is not much to choose between them in terms of quality, both are well worth a visit with different strengths - Blackpool has a rich history (classic wooden rollercoasters, the first ghost train in the world etc) and some unique newer rides, but Flamingo Land has come on leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades. If I had to choose one I'd probably plump for Blackpool as there's more rides that I love there but it's quite a hard call.
Original Poster SuperEd
Thanks Razorwire! ^^
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razorwire

In terms of actual size Flamingo Land is way bigger because of the zoo … In terms of actual size Flamingo Land is way bigger because of the zoo element etc, and Blackpool Pleasure Beach is far more compact and built with the rides squashed in on top of each other (which is something I've always loved about it). In terms of number of rides though they are pretty much equal, and I'd say there is not much to choose between them in terms of quality, both are well worth a visit with different strengths - Blackpool has a rich history (classic wooden rollercoasters, the first ghost train in the world etc) and some unique newer rides, but Flamingo Land has come on leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades. If I had to choose one I'd probably plump for Blackpool as there's more rides that I love there but it's quite a hard call.


Thanks. Forgot to say excluding the zoo size lol

You've answered it my question
Did this a few years ago and ended up losing my money as the queues were just way too big.
You could use Cereal box vouchers to get the same price, indeed for £60 for 4 persons and this also covers if your kids are above 11 years old.
Watch kids pass.most of the offers can be found online or as above on cereal boxes without paying for a kids pass.

They say kids eat free at Frankie &Bennies on Friday but that is open to everyone regardless of having a kids pass. Lots of complaints on their Facebook.
Rip off sorry ops, used to love taking kids for a walk round there, cost was zero and if they fancied a bit go we just paid per ride..... Miss a walk round there when we're in the area but to be made to pay to look round a place jeezas, their loss.... Greedy greedy greedy....
I took my kids last year and paid nothing for our wristbands.
There is a gaming app where you build up points playing the game to use on vouchers for wristbands and free food and drinks.

Its called Big One Buckle Up on the google play store. I'm not gonna lie it took about a month or so of casual playing to build up enough points but was worth it as ended up being a cheap day out in the end.
jefster

Rip off sorry ops, used to love taking kids for a walk round there, cost … Rip off sorry ops, used to love taking kids for a walk round there, cost was zero and if they fancied a bit go we just paid per ride..... Miss a walk round there when we're in the area but to be made to pay to look round a place jeezas, their loss.... Greedy greedy greedy....



I couldn't agree more, as a youngster I used to live a walk round with my mum & dad not even going on anything but now can't even do the same with my kids....it was lovely to walk round have a god on a ride or a game if you wanted too!
Anyone know if this is still valid? Don't wanna pay for the app if da Beach isn't on
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