Here’s the latest offers for cheap Alton Towers tickets 2018 to save you money on your family day out.
Kelloggs 2 for 1 Alton Towers Tickets
Look out for special promotional packs of Kellogg’s cereals and snacks on sale until 30th June. You’ll get a Grown-Ups Go Free voucher giving you one free entry when you buy a full price adult or child ticket. This can potentially work out better than a 2 for 1 ticket if you’re an adult visiting with a child as child tickets are cheaper. For further info click here.
Tesco Clubcard Alton Towers Tickets
£13 of your Tesco Clubcard points will get you 1 Alton Towers ticket saving you up to 75%! You must print off your tickets to hand in when you arrive at the park as screenshots & photocopies won’t be accepted. For further info click here.
Book direct in advance and save up to 25%
If you book your tickets on the Alton Towers website, at least 7 days before you want to go, you can save up to 25%. Book 2 – 6 days in advance and save 10%. Click for further info.
Alton Towers Parent & Toddler Ticket
1 adult and 1 toddler (under 5) can visit the park for £25. An additional toddler (3 – 5yrs) can be added for £5. Additional 0 – 2 year olds are free. These tickets are only available on selected week days in low season (note that the park is closed some Wednesdays) but is a great idea if you’d like to take your little ones to CBeebies Land. Book online in advance.
Ashbourne Tourist Information Centre
You can get a great deal on tickets, saving up to 40%, by buying them from the Ashbourne Tourist Information Centre:
Adult tickets (age 12+) are just £33 (usually £55)
Child tickets (age 3-11 yrs) are just £28 (usually £48).
Tickets must be purchased in person from the centre. For further info call 01335 343666.
Remember if you come and stay with us in your caravan or tent, or stay in our holiday cottages or apartment, we’re just 20 minutes drive from Alton Towers.