MERLIN ANNUAL FAMILY PASS £79PP **JAN SALE PRICE*
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MERLIN ANNUAL FAMILY PASS £79PP **JAN SALE PRICE*

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Found 31st Jan 2014
MERLIN PASS EVEN CHEAPER IF BOUGHT AS A FAMILY PASS (MIN 2 ADULTS & 1 CHD OR 1 ADULT AND 2 CHD)

Merlin Annual Passes allow entry to:

Alton Towers Resort Theme Park
Chessington World of Adventurer Resort Theme Park
EDF Energy London Eye
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Theme Park
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Manchester
Madame Tussauds: London & Blackpool
SEA LIFE centres & Sanctuaries including London, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bray, Brighton, Great Yarmouth, Scarborough, Gweek, Hunstanton, Oban & new Manchester.
The Dungeons: London, York, Edinburgh and Blackpool
The Blackpool Tower attractions including Jungle Jims, the Blackpool Circus, Blackpool Ballroom, Blackpool Tower Eye
THORPE PARK
Warwick Castle

As well as entry to our attractions, a Merlin Annual Pass will entitle you to the following Passholder Perks:

Up to 20% off in our shops
20% off in our restaurants
Discounted stays at our resort hotels
Early Ride Time at the Alton Towers Theme Park. - Get access to the Park at 9am - an hour before the park opens!
Up to 50% off entry to Merlin international attractions
Up to 50% off entry for Friends and Family tickets.

128 Comments

£79 for a whole family?

Original Poster

No mate, i listed it as £79pp (pp =per person). still a very good deal!! We bought our last year and defo saved on trips/meals etc..

£79 each when you buy 3 or more

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blindmansden

£79 each when you buy 3 or more



YES.. SORRY I should have explained myself better... Head is hung in shame

No each!!

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http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/compare-passes.aspx
I got the premium cards £99 each 3 or more free parking tcb on £297 was £25

Beardizzle

No mate, i listed it as £79pp (pp =per person). still a very good deal!! … No mate, i listed it as £79pp (pp =per person). still a very good deal!! We bought our last year and defo saved on trips/meals etc..

how much will it be for 5 adults and a child age 8. Do we all have to go at the same time or can go separately . thanks

Any idea when it ends

Original Poster

ms024

how much will it be for 5 adults and a child age 8. Do we all have to go … how much will it be for 5 adults and a child age 8. Do we all have to go at the same time or can go separately . thanks



Best to check the link and play around with the purchase box

Sorry, I just feel you should have posted total cost as the deal price.

Original Poster

donny1266

Sorry, I just feel you should have posted total cost as the deal price.



A family could be 2 adults and 1 child, 2 adults and 2 children, 1 adult and 2 children etc.... I think it is pretty clear that that £79 per person would be easy enough to calculate. sorry if you have found that difficult.

If you are interested in this deal, email me and I will work it out for you to save any confusion you may be having regarding the price.

But that would depend on how many passes you were buying

I don't see what difficult about it?
It's £79 PER PERSON but you have to be buying a min of 3 passes to qualify coz that's a family price ie 3 x £79= £237 for 3 passes!! If that's 2 adults 1 kid 1 adult 2 kids or 3 adults that's down to u!!

May seem like a stupid question but under the family of 3 it says "max 3 people aged 12 years and over", does this mean 3 adults? I thought I read somewhere about 2 adults 1 child or the other way round.

Also does all 3 people have to go at the same time or can 2 people go by themselves or 1 just go with other people without the other two? (Sorry my analogies aren't very good!)

Want!! ....brilliant price

[quote=iCoxyyyy]May seem like a stupid question but under the family of 3 it says "max 3 people aged 12 years and over", does this mean 3 adults? I thought I read somewhere about 2 adults 1 child or the other way round.

Also does all 3 people have to go at the same time or can 2 people go by themselves or 1 just go with other people without the other two? (Sorry my analogies aren't very good!)
For 3 people... 3 adults, 2 adults & 1 kid or 1 adult & 2 kids
For 4 people... mix of adults & kids, but one person would have to be aged under 12

You all get an individual pass so can go on your own/with non-pass holders, doesn't matter

Hope that helps

Great price for the premium as you get free parking also, how much discount do you actually get on the food??

How do you claim TCB as I did not see it on website

blindmansden

http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/compare-passes.aspxI got the premium … http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/compare-passes.aspxI got the premium cards £99 each 3 or more free parking tcb on £297 was £25

tcb? How

blindmansden

http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/compare-passes.aspxI got the premium … http://www.merlinannualpass.co.uk/compare-passes.aspxI got the premium cards £99 each 3 or more free parking tcb on £297 was £25



TCB?



Ho

I presume topcashback is via the various theme parks own websites. I used legoland's one last time and then went to choose annual passes through this. It was about £4 each last time via quidco.
Edited by: "Cheapasnowt" 31st Jan 2014

I went through TCB and selected Sealife at 10.5% cashback to purchase Annual Pass.

We just bought one premium for the parking last year. Was similar price if I recall.

Loathsome product at an outrageous price. Their presentation of Warwick Castle as some kind of Disney set is contemptible - and this 'offer' would set my family back nearly £500 - not a chance.

Isn't this only for January? Got one last year but unless you live near the attractions it's not worth it as you feel you got to go just to make your money back from it

flaxdoctor

and this 'offer' would set my family back nearly £500 - not a chance.



Prob costs you a lot to do everything if there are six (?) of you! oO

its well worth it if yo can make good use out of all the attractions.
The only thing that you have to think of is by Merlin selling these annual passes cheap is how many people will be in the parks at one time, lots of queuing means uphappy children.

Original Poster

pjd1972

its well worth it if yo can make good use out of all the attractions. The … its well worth it if yo can make good use out of all the attractions. The only thing that you have to think of is by Merlin selling these annual passes cheap is how many people will be in the parks at one time, lots of queuing means uphappy children.



I agree re deal as it is value for money. The queuing thing in our opinion hasn't been too bad. There are a number of ways around this problem too. For example split trip to particular park over 2 days (if practical)? No queues in the mornings..

If you buy this tkt or go direct to the park - in the half term it doesn't matter what tkt u have there are gonna be queues so I can't see how that would be a factor in whether this is a deal or not??

No until the summer term you will have no problems in most parks (including weekends)

Misleading title....sorry OP

I'm going to wait for the VIP pass to come out.

I'm one of those unusual people that understand the word 'each' more clearly than PP...

Quidco 10% via sealife also. This deal was posted at xmas also and ends 7th feb

Quidco 10% via sealife also. This deal was posted at xmas also and ends 7th feb

Does anyone know what is the age when you start buying ticket for child? Is it when they are 2 years or 3 years old?

Too many exclusions for the £79 pass

am I correct in reading that there doesn't have to be a child when buying , it just says 3 people aged 12+, so in theory could be 3 adults ?

Garbage really.

Exactly how many families have 3 adults? Almost nobody can take advantage of the family deal.

secondly the standard pass is so restricted its not worth having....

so after all that in reality you are looking at £125 each.

voted COLD.

Although cheaper this price is still pretty offensive!

I got one last year and I'm going to renew it whilst the sale is on and you an get the cheaper price.

Definitely worth it in my opinion. Got a premium pass for around £140 last April. Since then I've been to Madame tussauds, London aquarium, London eye, London dungeons, Blackpool dungeons, Blackpool tower twice, and Alton towers about 6 times. Buying tickets individually would have cost a hell of a lot more.

Plus you can get half price tickets for extra people who might want to come along.
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