Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Merlin Black Friday Sale annual pass + 3 month free from £109
1092° Expired

Merlin Black Friday Sale annual pass + 3 month free from £109

147
Posted 5th NovEdited by:"PAULTRD"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Standard passes are £139pp or £109pp for a family pass
Premium passes are £179pp or £149pp for a family pass

3 months free (15 months total) valid until 3rd December 2019

A Merlin Pass is the only ticket you need to unlock months of fun at over 30 of the UK's top attractions. Incredible attractions include Alton Towers Resort, SEA LIFE, LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, the London Eye and many more!

Standard Pass Exclusions: No entrance into any of Merlin’s Central London attractions during the month of August: The London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, DreamWorks Tours Shrek’s Adventure! London, Madame Tussauds London, and The Coca-Cola London Eye.

No entry to Madame Tussauds (London), the Coca-Cola London Eye, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, DreamWorks Tour Shrek’s Adventure! London and the London Dungeon on all UK Bank Holidays in England during 2019

No entry to the London Eye on 14th February 2019.

No entry to the London Dungeon 26th -27th October & 31st October - 2nd November 2019.

No entry into THORPE PARK Resort, Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Alton Towers Resort, LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort and Warwick Castle on any Friday, Saturday or Sunday in August 2019 and 1st September 2019

Secondary attractions at Warwick Castle including, but not limited to, the Castle Dungeon will be subject to additional charges. Secondary attractions/events at THORPE PARK Resort Theme Park including, but not limited to, Fright Nights, Summer Nights and Ministry of Sound.

Parking not included for Standard Passholders at any attraction.
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
pc225805/11/2019 10:28

Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan …Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan sale (same price) and buy then but only collect when parks reopen in March/April time and just have 12 months from collection date.


Makes no difference as you still have the same amount of time on your pass where the parks are closed. Its an annual pass. Besides, you have 6 months to collect your pass from date of purchase.
Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan sale (same price) and buy then but only collect when parks reopen in March/April time and just have 12 months from collection date.
pc225805/11/2019 10:28

Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan …Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan sale (same price) and buy then but only collect when parks reopen in March/April time and just have 12 months from collection date.


We normally do the same but collect in June/July that way you get the tickets for 2 seasons and can then have a year off. I like merlin passes but it is good to have a break.
If going for an Individual Premium Pass, Costco has them on the same 15 months offer, for only £168.99 and as a bonus they'll post you two free park-entry tickets for family / friends to use!

costco.co.uk/Spo…191

It's not clear if you need to be a member to purchase. Code is emailed to you on purchase to redeem on the Merlin site, and free tickets are posted separately!
147 Comments
False depiction....picture is of Premium Pass and cost shown is on Standard pass....Be truthful
rehan28016/11/2019 13:38

False depiction....picture is of Premium Pass and cost shown is on …False depiction....picture is of Premium Pass and cost shown is on Standard pass....Be truthful


How about you post a deal and stop moaning about everyone else's
pc225805/11/2019 10:28

Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan …Voted hot for price OP. My personal preference though is to wait until Jan sale (same price) and buy then but only collect when parks reopen in March/April time and just have 12 months from collection date.


Spot on mate!
TiredParent16/11/2019 16:09

Spot on mate!


Not really.. collect in April and you still have 4 months (Nov - Mar) when the parks are closed.. collect in November and you also have 4 months of closed parks. However with this deal you get 3 extra months to use other attractions..
PAULTRD16/11/2019 16:21

Not really.. collect in April and you still have 4 months (Nov - Mar) when …Not really.. collect in April and you still have 4 months (Nov - Mar) when the parks are closed.. collect in November and you also have 4 months of closed parks. However with this deal you get 3 extra months to use other attractions..


You can't collect this offer next year. They post the cards to you
TiredParent16/11/2019 16:22

You can't collect this offer next year. They post the cards to you


Yes.. but still the point of collecting in April is not a valid one as the parks are still closed for 4 months of the year. This pass with the extra 3 months will still see you through all next years season (March till November), with the added advantage of having a valid pass from now until Feb 2021
Edited by: "PAULTRD" 16th Nov
PAULTRD16/11/2019 16:26

Yes.. but still the point of collecting in April is not a valid one as the …Yes.. but still the point of collecting in April is not a valid one as the parks are still closed. This pass with the extra 3 months will still see you through all next years season (March till November), with the added advantage of having a valid pass from now until Feb 2021


In April parks open so you can collect your card. In fact, i don't collect my card until May so its much enjoyable during spring.
TiredParent16/11/2019 16:31

In April parks open so you can collect your card. In fact, i don't collect …In April parks open so you can collect your card. In fact, i don't collect my card until May so its much enjoyable during spring.


Someone needs to give them a call and find out about the collection and activation. I will try and do that on Monday. If anyone find out before that, let us know. Thanks
kyadealhai16/11/2019 21:52

Someone needs to give them a call and find out about the collection and …Someone needs to give them a call and find out about the collection and activation. I will try and do that on Monday. If anyone find out before that, let us know. Thanks


Already in comments.. if you get this deal it will be posted.
Not bad price
Does anyone know if the annual passes are named / id linked in anyway?
I bought 3x london passes this year and they simply said adult ticket on mine and child ticket on the children's, so my ex-husband could use my ticket if he was taking the children in my place? if that make sense. Can I do the same here? and just buy 1 adult ticket, we will not be going to a theme park together, but I'll be in big trouble if it's my name on the only adult ticket. Thanks
nadine.holland27/11/2019 06:10

Does anyone know if the annual passes are named / id linked in anyway?I …Does anyone know if the annual passes are named / id linked in anyway?I bought 3x london passes this year and they simply said adult ticket on mine and child ticket on the children's, so my ex-husband could use my ticket if he was taking the children in my place? if that make sense. Can I do the same here? and just buy 1 adult ticket, we will not be going to a theme park together, but I'll be in big trouble if it's my name on the only adult ticket. Thanks


Photo on each pass.
£109 for how many members?
Just to be clear
For a family of three...

It would be £149 x 3 = £447

Surely if true thats expensive if you only visit these attractions 2/3 times a year and rely on vouchers from cereal packets usually
Think it is that price...
Otherwise £149 for a family of three would probably be the cost in Burkino faso!
psd9927/11/2019 13:39

Just to be clearFor a family of three...It would be £149 x 3 = £447Surely i …Just to be clearFor a family of three...It would be £149 x 3 = £447Surely if true thats expensive if you only visit these attractions 2/3 times a year and rely on vouchers from cereal packets usually


Yes that is correct, Annual passes are not aimed at people who visit just a few attractions once or twice a year. Probably not for you.
Meh, good deal but i have seen these a lot cheaper
Duncancc27/11/2019 14:43

Meh, good deal but i have seen these a lot cheaper

When and where?
PAULTRD27/11/2019 14:01

Yes that is correct, Annual passes are not aimed at people who visit just …Yes that is correct, Annual passes are not aimed at people who visit just a few attractions once or twice a year. Probably not for you.


Yes this is a pass for those people who visit these attractions almost every weekend. Still though almost £500 up front
psd9927/11/2019 14:45

Yes this is a pass for those people who visit these attractions almost …Yes this is a pass for those people who visit these attractions almost every weekend. Still though almost £500 up front


I think a year of memories is well worth £447 if you happen to live in the area of Thorpe park due to the London attractions all being fairly close together.
psd9927/11/2019 13:39

Just to be clearFor a family of three...It would be £149 x 3 = £447Surely i …Just to be clearFor a family of three...It would be £149 x 3 = £447Surely if true thats expensive if you only visit these attractions 2/3 times a year and rely on vouchers from cereal packets usually


I've just paid £87.20pp (through an easily dicoverable Corporate benefits site link) for 3 Standard Passes (for 15 months).
PAULTRD05/11/2019 10:35

Makes no difference as you still have the same amount of time on your pass …Makes no difference as you still have the same amount of time on your pass where the parks are closed. Its an annual pass. Besides, you have 6 months to collect your pass from date of purchase.


Hmmm, but if you claim it in the middle of summer you can go twice this summer and another 2/3 times at the start of the next summer maybe even repeating on or both of last year's parks.

It would be better than going 5 times to the same 2-3 attractions within 4 months.
GapsOfTheGod27/11/2019 16:21

I've just paid £87.20pp (through an easily dicoverable Corporate benefits …I've just paid £87.20pp (through an easily dicoverable Corporate benefits site link) for 3 Standard Passes (for 15 months).


Can you please share the link for that corporate site where you bought your passes from thanks
"Per Person"

so this is like £327 for a family of three?
Edited by: "horsey" 27th Nov
horsey27/11/2019 22:43

"Per Person"so this is like £327 for a family of three?


Yes. Very good price for 30 uk attractions.
horsey27/11/2019 22:43

"Per Person"so this is like £327 for a family of three?


Yes, but that’s just the standard pass which does have some blackout dates. So check T & C’s first.
horsey27/11/2019 22:43

"Per Person"so this is like £327 for a family of three?


No, for three people it's £261 ish. £87.20pp (Standard Annual Family Pass, which will cover the next 15 months).
Edited by: "GapsOfTheGod" 28th Nov
dealfinder0027/11/2019 17:36

Can you please share the link for that corporate site where you bought …Can you please share the link for that corporate site where you bought your passes from thanks


I just searched on eBay for Merlin Annual Pass Huge Discount, and picked one that mentioned the £87.20pp Standard Family passes (which is what we needed).
GapsOfTheGod28/11/2019 08:38

I just searched on eBay for Merlin Annual Pass Huge Discount, and picked …I just searched on eBay for Merlin Annual Pass Huge Discount, and picked one that mentioned the £87.20pp Standard Family passes (which is what we needed).


Please can you PM the url that was provided for you to browse/book the discounted passes?

As a family of 4, it sounds that this would be a great saving.
SomebodE28/11/2019 11:21

Please can you PM the url that was provided for you to browse/book the …Please can you PM the url that was provided for you to browse/book the discounted passes?As a family of 4, it sounds that this would be a great saving.


I bought a link (and I think an individual login) from eBay. Have a search I reckon. For a family of 4 (for a standard annual Merlin pass), you'd be looking at £348.80. If you're going to make use of it, I think it's a pretty decent price!
GapsOfTheGod28/11/2019 11:24

I bought a link (and I think an individual login) from eBay. Have a …I bought a link (and I think an individual login) from eBay. Have a search I reckon. For a family of 4 (for a standard annual Merlin pass), you'd be looking at £348.80. If you're going to make use of it, I think it's a pretty decent price!


Can I get a link to the eBay seller please?
SomebodE28/11/2019 11:35

Can I get a link to the eBay seller please?



ebay.co.uk/itm…34o

But ive discovered i can get the discount via my HSBC Advance Take Time discount portal anyway
Edited by: "charltonfan1" 28th Nov
We used to get these every year for over a decade, sadly the state of the parks continue to decline while the price of these increase as well as them asking for extra payments for events which used to be included. The way Alton, Thorpe etc are being run is heartbreaking and a disgrace. I wouldn't bother with these passes until they sort their act out.
e4kenndr28/11/2019 15:44

We used to get these every year for over a decade, sadly the state of the …We used to get these every year for over a decade, sadly the state of the parks continue to decline while the price of these increase as well as them asking for extra payments for events which used to be included. The way Alton, Thorpe etc are being run is heartbreaking and a disgrace. I wouldn't bother with these passes until they sort their act out.


New owners this month....
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text