Swarm Chris wrote:timmy1372 wrote:There was mention of a annual pass event on the Saturday the 21st of July because they had to cancel the annual pass preview day in March, any ideas if its still on?
Checked with the Merlin Annual Pass Twitter team, and they've said that details for this event are still to be released. Although, they didn't initially know of the event...
So, assuming Thorpe didn't forget about it and are now rushing to get something sorted, it should still be on. But if you're booking hotels specifically for this event, I would suggest trying to a get a more concrete confirmation from them first.
saw-x-smile wrote:What happens on passholder days?
Swarm Chris wrote:The 2for1 offers are typically the only walk up offers they have. But I would look at what the current online price is with Thorpe.
Be warned there can be a very very long line for ticketing in the morning. Having a pre-purchased print-at-home ticket from Thorpe directly, can at times save you over an hour of queuing to get in.
jotemo87 wrote:Ok, I will buy the ticket from Thorpe Website. About the transportation, NationalRail is the best choice?
Swarm Chris wrote:jotemo87 wrote:Ok, I will buy the ticket from Thorpe Website. About the transportation, NationalRail is the best choice?
Assuming the ticket they're offering doesn't say it's an Advance Ticket, then the price they quote will be the same as the price at the station on the day. Keep in mind that if you buy online, you will still need to collect your actual tickets at the station.
You may be able to find a cheaper rate at a site called The Train Line, but you will likely then be forced to use a specific train at a specific time.
jotemo87 wrote:I searched at The Train Line, and they offer the same rate (Off-Peak Day Return), and it also says that I can travel on any eligible train. Will I be able to buy this Off-Peak Day Return rate at the same station?
nicky.borrill wrote:DigiPass is available, you can buy either a daily one, or MAP one in the dome on entry, just as you enter smack bang in front of.
Now, my question, not a TP regular, living so close to towers, the last time I went was the summer holidays, the queues were horrendous, bad enough for me to buy a fast pass... Going again this Saturday, can any TP regulars advise on what the queue times might be like on a Saturday outside the holidays?
Stripes91 wrote:We are at Thorpe Park for Fright Nights this weekend.
Yesterday we missed Big Top Showtime every time we went to the Dome - so can someone help us out to catch it today? When does it run (a bit more specific that ‘after 3pm’)? Is it hourly? What’s the best way to ensure we catch the show?