Drayton Manor tickets are half price this weekend but you’ll have to be quick

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DRAYTON Manor are offering guests half price tickets if travelling to the park this weekend.

However, they’re on a first-come-first-serve basis – so you’ll have to be quick.

Drayton Manor guests can grab a bargain £15 ticket this weekend
Drayton Manor guests can grab a bargain £15 ticket this weekend
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The theme park is currently offering tickets for just £15 on June 15 in their latest promotion.

This includes adults, kids and senior citizens.

Children under two years old are still able to enter for free while two to three year olds will still pay £8.

However, with online tickets costing between £24 and £28 per person, a family of four could save over £40.


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Guests looking to visit on Saturday can book online or through the call centre to take advantage of the cheap tickets.

The cheap deal is not available on the day of travel so it is best to book ahead.

Some social media users were excited by the cheap deal, although some were unsure thanks to the recent weather.

One Facebook user said: “It’s heavy rain on Saturday!”

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If the weather is bad this Saturday, thankfully guests can still make the most of it with Drayton Manor’s Rainy Day Guarantee.

The Tamworth theme park allows guests who experience over two hours of rain during their visit to return again for free.

They aren’t the only theme park to offer this, as Alton Towers and Thorpe Park also have similar rain policies for sodden guests.

Alton Towers is currently offering cheaper tickets to their Waterpark, with guests who take a rubber duck paying just £8 to enter.


There are two new exciting theme parks coming to the UK in the next few years.

Gulliver’s Valley Resort is being built in Yorkshire, with the £37m project set to open in 2020.

The biggest theme park in the UK, dubbed ‘Britain’s Disneyland’ will open in 2024 in Kent, with rumours of attractions based on Thunderbirds, Wallace & Gromit and Doctor Who.

 

 

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