Thorpe Park season passes are currently cheaper than day tickets for 2020

Thorpe Park has heaps of thrilling rollercoasters and attractions, but like most theme parks it isn't always the most budget-friendly of days out.

However, thanks to a new ticket offer on Wowcher, you could bag an entire season of fun – and pay less than the cost of a day ticket at the gate.

In fact, you can currently find seasonal passes for £45pp on Wowcher, compared to the cost of a day ticket at £55pp at the gate. (However, if you book tickets online then these start from £36pp).

It's not the only saving to be had – the seasonal passes are usually £100, so that makes for a 55 per cent saving.

Oh, and there's even more good news; the seasonal pass includes a 'Bring a Friend' offer on select dates, so you can make the most of the theme park with various friends too.


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The seasonal pass is valid until the 1st November from the date of issue (you'll need to redeem your voucher by the 28th May), although there are some restrictions on dates including the 31st July, Fridays/Saturdays/Sundays in August, the 3rd and 10th October, and the 17th October until the 1st November.

Still, even with the restrictions you'd only need to visit the theme park twice to get your money's worth compared to buying a day ticket at the gate.

There's more good news for theme park fans, as Thorpe Park isn't the only resort to be offering deals on seasonal passes.

For example, both Drayton Manor and Legoland have currently slashed prices on their annual passes, with plenty of extra perks on offer for those who bag the deal such as food discounts in the parks and free car parking.

If you can't quite make the offers work for you, that doesn't mean you'll need to break the bank in your search for thrills. In fact, we've got guides to finding deals to top attractions including Alton Towers, Legoland and Chessington World of Adventures year-round.

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