They seriously need a foot entrance. When they've mastered this, so many more people will be able to stay in nearby hotels.
If anybody in this day and age goes to the park buying tickets full price on the door, they must be rich. Aside from the huge costs of tickets anyway, 2 for 1s are almost ALWAYS available, you've just got to know where. You look on your average visit to the park; how many coupons are sitting at the ticket desks. No need to Fastracks.
Second, if you can, take your own food. Especially if you plan to have both lunch and dinner there, take at least one of them in yourself.
Third, don't look at the shops when you leave rides. I'm no major fan of Th13teen, but we have an alarm clock, snow globe, keyring, bear and more.
Last, don't buy ORP unless you actually plan to look at them in the future. It's all well and good buying them, but unless you get them as a keyring or something, you probably won't look at them.
I don't usually buy tickets for my next visit, because I don't usually know if I'm going to come back, or if I'm going to be going by coach. Despite being more expensive though, I thought it was easier and better value to get the train last time, despite the much longer journey and 3 trains & a bus. Still got longer at the park than with the coach!
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