Alton Towers relaunches bargain family tickets for £29 – and you can even get a second day free | The Sun

ALTON Towers has relaunched a bargain family ticket in time for the warmer weather.

Throughout the summer, parkgoers will be able to purchase a Parent and Toddler pass for just £29.

The offer is exclusively available online and gives one adult and one child under the age of five entry into the park for an entire day.

Visitors will also be able to purchase an additional ticket for a toddler for an extra £5 too.

Entry tickets into the theme park normally cost £36 per person, if booked in advance online, but can be even higher on the day.

This means two guests will be able to save a minimum of £43 on their visit to the park.

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While the offer isn't valid during the weekend, and at peak times, parkgoers will be able to make the most of the cheap ticket midweek.

The pass includes access to the entire theme park including CBeebies Land where young parkgoers can meet their favourite onscreen characters like Postman Pat to Iggle Piggle.

Other attractions in CBeebies Land include Hey Duggee Big Adventure Badge, Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig, and JoJo & Gran Gran At Home.

There's also live entertainment as well as indoor and outdoor play areas.

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And any guests who book an overnight stay at one of the resort's themed hotels will receive free entry into the park on their second day.

The offer ends at midnight on June 14 and is only valid for stays between June 4 and July 20, 2023.

Anyone who wants to purchase one of the cheap tickets will need to head to the Alton Towers website.

The theme park is also set to open a new £12.5million ride after getting the green light for the project.

The ride is due to be an indoor attraction, currently being referred to as Project Horizon, but not much else is known about it.

Meanwhile, Chessington has opened its new Jumanji attraction.

The only Jumanji resort in the world, it is home to the Mandrill Mayhem, Chessington’s first new rollercoaster since 2004.

And Thorpe Park is opening their new Ghost Train ride this year.

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