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Re: 2012 ticket price is £42

Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:25 pm

Alton have now changed the type of discount you get when you buy your tickets online, depending when you buy them. With all the options you can print your tickets at home.

- If you book more than 7 days in advance you save 25% (on the gate price).
- If you book for a visit within 7 days you save 10% (on the gate price).
- If you book for today or tomorrow you save nothing.
You can add a 2nd days entry into the park for £9 no matter when you book.

It also seems to only mention getting early rider time on the more than 7 days page, but this might not be correct?

Details here: http://www.altontowers.com/tickets Click the tabs along the top to see the prices.

Another thing I notice which im not sure is new or not, on the waterpark pages during half term/summer holidays they will operate split sessions (9:00-13:30 and 14:30-19:00), you can either buy a ticket for a session (£15) or a ticket that you can use for both sessions (£20).

Finally did they always charge spectators at the waterpark? The website says its £7.50! Ill rather just sit in the bar upstairs and spend £7.50 on drinks!
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Re: 2012 ticket price is £42

Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:52 pm

I'm fairly certain the split sessions in the Waterpark were there last summer too.  Seems a nice way to get an extra few pounds for those who wish to make use of the Waterpark all day.
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